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De Boer en Stam belanden in zelfde poule bij hervatting MLS-seizoen

Het Atlanta United van Frank de Boer en het FC Cincinnati van Jaap Stam zijn donderdag bij de loting voor de hervatting van het seizoen in de Major League Soccer (MLS) aan elkaar gekoppeld. De clubs zitten in groep E.
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