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LAFC hosting a roundtable with fans on Wednesday afternoon

The club will be speaking with some fans, face to face.

Penn (left) will be talking to fans.
Penn (left) will be talking to fans.
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Los Angeles Football Club is now six months old, and the team has announced an event this week to get in touch with nascent fans. They will be hosting a roundtable discussion with co-owner and team president Tom Penn on Wednesday at 1 pm PT. It seems the main focus of the roundtable is to have a dialogue between the club and fans, and this appears to be the first of multiple such events in the months to come.

It will be a closed event, as the club has been handing out spots on the roundtable to fans through social media the past several days, and I will be attending the roundtable as well, so if you are not able to get a seat at the table, I'll be covering the event.

It appears there will not be a stream of the event available, at least according to LAFC's responses to that question on its Facebook page. I imagine there will be some coverage of what's happening on the club's social media, and like I said, I will be covering the event here on The Goat Parade.

I've got quite a few questions for the team that I'd like to ask on Wednesday, but if you have a question you'd like me to pass on, let me know in the comment section below, and I'll do my best to get to as many as I can during the event.

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