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MIAMI HERALD headline: " Bad Idea All Around To Hold 2022 World Cup In Qatar ." There "isn’t much good about the decision to keep the Cup in Qatar. Summer? Winter? Makes no difference. It’s a bad place to hold the Cup." The TAMPA BAY TIMES notes Rays President Brian Auld &...
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Former European Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher criticized Nick Faldo for suggesting that Colin Montgomerie leave the European Tour for the PGA Tour. Gallacher: "I don''t think it''s right that so
Reds Owner Marge Schott was banned from Riverfront Stadium by NL President Leonard Coleman for interfering with operations of the club, including trying to keep acting CEO John Allen from attending th
The NFL has persuaded a Santa Clara County judge to "toss out most of a lawsuit" filed by the Raiders in February, according to Barry Witt of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. In a ruling, Superior Court Jud
As a result of the Southern Hockey League''s demise, the team from Hunstville and expansion teams from Macon, GA and Columbus, GA will likely join the CHL for the upcoming season (SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-
During a news conference announcing the cable TV package for the WNBA, NBA Commissioner David Stern predicted he would retire in "another three to five years" -- but not before the league and the NBPA
Not wanting to upset the status quo in MLB, the players'' union has used the ''95 injunction issued by U.S. District Court Judge Sonya Sotomayor as "protection" against altering the game''s structure.
Two studies released by the NBA during the NSGA Show in Chicago show that basketball is the favorite sport of kids (ages 8-11) and teens (ages 12-17) in the U.S. and around the world. A global teen re
Former U.S. Attorney William Hunter was elected Exec Dir of the NBPA at the union''s meeting in Las Vegas. Hunter is a graduate of Syracuse Univ. and Howard Law School, and played football for the Dol