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Concacaf and the DC United Cell Phone Thefts

DC UNITED will face Queretaro tonight  in their second leg of the CONCACAF  Champions League.  This match would be a heated battle under the best of circumstances.   When you add in the allegations from DC United during their last match at Queretaro’s Estadia Corregidora, in which they claim cash and cell phones were stolen from their locker room, tonight’s contest should be interesting.   To make the situation even more strained, Queretaro is saying the allegations are false and unfounded.   They claim that DC United had the only key to their locker room and additionally that security cameras show that no one entered the locker room during the match other than DC United personnel.  Queretaro is saying they will replace the cell phones  and any cash but adamantly continue to deny that they were stolen from the locker room but instead prior to the club reaching the stadium.  All  Access Soccer’s Luis Gonzales will be LIVE from DC tonight for the contest.   We will have more on this controversy after the match .

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