Soccer Franchise Owner Hit With $2M Suit Over League Exit

By Benjamin Horney (June 9, 2015, 6:52 PM EDT) -- The North American Soccer League has filed suit in New York Supreme Court against the owner of an Oklahoma City professional soccer franchise, seeking more than $2 million for an alleged breach of contract related to the team's improper withdrawal from the league.

According to the complaint, filed on Friday in the Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Court in New York County, OKC Pro Soccer LLC owner Tim McLaughlin reneged on a contract he signed with the NASL in 2013 by improperly withdrawing his team from its relationship with the league and shirking the contractual duties imposed by the...

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