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Owners of top-division Mexican soccer team Queretaro were ordered on Tuesday to sell the franchise, with the team set to play without spectators at home games for a year after a mass brawl between rival fans.

The announcement from the Mexican Football Federation came hours after authorities said 10 men had been arrested over the weekend violence that left 26 people injured.

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