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October 6, 1990
Dick White of Torrance has been named general manager of the Los Angeles Heat professional soccer team.
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October 6, 1990
Dick White of Torrance has been named general manager of the Los Angeles Heat professional soccer team.
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October 4, 1990 | PAUL MCLEOD
The appointment of veteran public relations expert Dick White as general manager of the Los Angeles Heat may signal that the American Professional Soccer League team will remain in the South Bay and not move to Orange County as previously announced. White, a former sports editor at the Torrance Daily Breeze who has held several professional sports management jobs over the past 25 years, was appointed Tuesday to replace Jill Fracisco, who was fired Sept. 24.
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October 4, 1990 | PAUL MCLEOD
The appointment of veteran public relations expert Dick White as general manager of the Los Angeles Heat may signal that the American Professional Soccer League team will remain in the South Bay and not move to Orange County as previously announced. White, a former sports editor at the Torrance Daily Breeze who has held several professional sports management jobs over the past 25 years, was appointed Tuesday to replace Jill Fracisco, who was fired Sept. 24.
SPORTS
March 15, 1991
The owners of the defunct Los Angeles Heat soccer team owe Long Beach City College more than $2,200 for use of Veterans Stadium in September. "I know we owe some bills, but I don't know how much," said former Heat President John Ajemian, a part-owner of the team. The Heat hosted its leg of the American Professional Soccer League West championship series at Veterans Stadium on Sept. 8.
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January 4, 1991 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Executives of the financially strapped Los Angeles Heat soccer team met with a potential unnamed investor Thursday night in an attempt to avoid folding the American Professional Soccer League West team. The Heat has reportedly been given until today to post a $20,000 performance bond with the league, but there is speculation the team may let that deadline pass.
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