SBD/Issue 76/Hot Reads
Published January 4, 2010
Monday, January 4, 2010
The WALL STREET JOURNAL's Jonathan Clegg writes UEFA President Michel Platini "has found an unlikely ally in his plan for financial reform" of European soccer in Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich. The move "should be at odds" with Abramovich, whose "spending spree helped change the face of English football" (WALL STREET JOURNAL).
- Globalization, digitalization will change sports in next 10 years.
- Ramifications of '04-05 lockout still being felt in the NHL.
- Are the Redskins making a mockery of the Rooney Rule?
- Ten suggestions for changes in sports broadcasting in '10.
- MLB Network celebrates one-year anniversary since launch.
- Writer offers seven New Year's resolutions for the NFL.
- Dispute over A's stadium possibilities heats up in Bay Area.
- Athletes are ill-equipped for responsibility of being role models.
- Should Wizards clean house after Arenas-Crittenton incident?
- Author discusses unique aspects of Ivy League basketball.
- Jets close down Giants Stadium, their third home venue.
- Writer offers set of predictions for '10 NASCAR season.
- Oakland sports franchises' winning days are a distant memory.