Not for the first time an MLS club's youth program finds itself at odds with rival youth groups, though this time there is a lot at stake. A dispute over prime playing times pits expansion Orlando
City against Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs
and youth groups that feel Orlando City's youth teams should not get preference on field times in return for MLS
club's agreement to pay $3 million over 15 years to help run new community fields. At stake: the release of the county's $20 million in funds for Orlando City's downtown soccer stadium.
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