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Barcelona forecasting revenue over $1 billion this year

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Not even 24 hours removed from one of the darkest days in recent U.S. Men’s National team history, and while many sensible supporters recognize the deep-lying issues amongst the American soccer culture a resounding theme for others has been quite the contrary. Avoid Twitter and other social media platforms at all costs after a brutal loss, like the one we all witnessed on Tuesday night. While reading through my Twitter timeline — which is the exact opposite thing I should have been doing — the sentiments popping up, for the most part, were what I fully expected.

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