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Fans don't want MLS to own Cup name

January 25, 2013
By Associated Press
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Cascadia Cup, created in 2004 by soccer supporters to celebrate the rich rivalry between clubs in Seattle, Portland and Vancouver, is now the unexpected center of a conflict between those groups and Major League Soccer.

It started when MLS intended to trademark the term "Cascadia Cup" in the United States and Canada -- prompting outrage from the fans who named the yearly head-to-head competition between the Sounders, Whitecaps and Timbers, and gave it a stately silver ...

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