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David Beckham's second proposed stadium site rejected

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David Beckham suffered another setback in his bid to bring a Major League Soccer franchise to Miami as a second proposed stadium site was rejected. 

David Beckham, pictured in London on June 9, 2014, has suffered another setback in his bid to bring a MLS franchise to Miami as a second proposed stadium site is rejected

The former Manchester United idol and England captain originally wanted to build a $250 million state-of-the-art open-air stadium with 25,000 seats for his recently acquired MLS club at PortMiami, with spectacular sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami.

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