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  1. Kraft not interested in buying soccer club

    Field Yates

    Patriots owner Robert Kraft explains in a recent piece on CNN.com that he has no interest in investing in a soccer club in the English Premier League, citing the lack of a salary cap and business sense involved with such a transaction. Kraft state...

    Blog | June 27, 2012
  2. Jay Heaps hired by Major League Soccer's New England Revolution a...

    Brian O'Connell

    Jay Heaps is the new coach of the New England Revolution, the MLS team he played nine seasons for as a defender.

    Story | Conversation | November 15, 2011
  3. Update: Kraft and Henry caption contest

    ESPNBoston.com

    In this spot yesterday, we invited readers to submit a caption for the photo above, which shows Patriots owner Robert Kraft chatting with Red Sox owner John Henry at Game 3 of the Celtics-Heat series. Below are our favorites of the nearly 300 respons...

    Blog | May 11, 2011
  4. GALAXY: Tim Leiweke 12th on 'influence' list

    Scott French

    Sports Business Journal released its annual "50 most influential people in sports business" list Monday, and just outside the top 10 is Tim Leiweke, whose sphere includes, prominently, the L.A. Galaxy. Leiweke, the president and CEO of Anschutz Ente...

    Blog | December 13, 2010
  5. Kraft interested in Liverpool investment

    U.S. tycoon Robert Kraft has admitted investing in Liverpool is a possibility.

    Story | Conversation | November 14, 2005
  6. Kraft 'interested' in Liverpool investment

    American tycoon Robert Kraft has admitted investing in Liverpool is a possibility.

    Story | Conversation | November 14, 2005
  7. Pats owner helped build stadium

    Monday NFL roundup

    Story | Conversation | February 21, 2005
  8. Kraft bidding for Liverpool?

    Michael Preston

    New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft may be part of a consortium to buy Liverpool

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2004