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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Thomas Dibenedetto
Liverpool will play an exhibition against Italian side Roma at Boston's Fenway Park on July 25 as the American-owned Premier League club attempts to increase its exposure in the United States.
A group of American investors led by Boston executive Thomas DiBenedetto has finally closed a deal to take over the Roma soccer club, four months after a preliminary agreement.
A group of American investors led by Boston executive Thomas DiBenedetto closed a deal Thursday to take over the Roma soccer team, becoming the first foreign majority owners of a Serie A club.
A group of American investors led by Boston executive Thomas DiBenedetto is expected to sign a deal Friday to buy three-time Italian champion Roma.