A year after the city of Miami, FLA agreed that retired football giant David Beckham, should see his dream of a Soccer League Stadium realized, there is still a delay, according to the Miami Herald. The city commission has given the thumbs down to plans to build a stadium at Port Miami and on a boat slip north of American Airlines Arena.
Beckham’s representatives in Miami seem reluctant to open a new deal after the double rejection. However, John Alschuler, Beckham’s real estate representative, expressed optimism that a deal for a stadium could be reached early in the year. County Commissioner Juan Zapata has suggested moving the team to Florida International University’s West Dade campus. Other deals have been scrapped because they are not centrally located.
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