Goal in sight: Local soccer team hopes to kick up support


Hassan Kaisoum (right), owner of Aromas Café, jumped at the chance to sponsor the local amateur adult soccer team managed by David Deaton (left). Kaisoum says soccer “saved” him as a child, and he hopes Charlottesville will begin to embrace the sport on a broader level. Photo by Ryan Jones

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