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The Complete Darkness 2015

November 17, 2015
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cover mock up ramirez7In January 2016, Byline Press will publish their second annual review of the Minnesota United FC season. It will feature profiles of Miguel Ibarra and Christian Ramirez, an inside look at the how the stadium deal got done by Brian Quarstad, a eulogy for the Sweetwater by Bruce McGuire, and exclusive analysis of statistics that basically no one else gets to look at. The Complete Darkness 2015 will also allow you to go game by game with reports and statistics as well as profiles and statistics for all of the players. Pre-order by December 31, 2015 and get free shipping and handling. Or you can order it with along with The Complete Darkness 2014 and save $7.

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    Bill Stenross

    Bill Stenross is the CFO and manager of Byline Press. Among other projects, he started The Loon Call, a website dedicated to Minnesota soccer.
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    The Complete Darkness 2015

    In January 2016, Byline Press will publish their second annual review of the Minnesota United FC season. It will feature profiles of Miguel Ibarra and Christian Ramirez, an inside look at the how the stadium deal got done by Brian Quarstad, a eulogy for the Sweetwater by Bruce McGuire, and exclusive analysis of statistics that […]
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