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South Korea's Chung Mong-Joon Launches Bid For FIFA Presidency, Takes Jab At PlatiniPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on
Former FIFA VP Chung Mong-joon on Thursday confirmed he would "formally announce his candidacy to replace" Sepp Blatter as President of the organization next week "with a swipe" at his opposition, UEFA President Michel Platini, according to Ben Rumsby of the London TELEGRAPH. Chung: "Platini is good...
MLB''s owners "plan to intensify their negotiations" with the MLBPA starting today in an attempt to complete a labor deal "within a week," according to Mark Maske in this morning''s WASHINGTON POST. S
Today, THE DAILY presents an exclusive look at the agents representing the NBA''s first round draft picks. Tomorrow: The second round (THE DAILY). NO. PLAYER AGENT/FIRM 1. Allen Iverson David Falk/FAM
MLS was the focus of positive profiles over the weekend. Average attendance was 20,883 as of last Saturday. Despite the higher than expected revenues and a salary cap, MLS Commissioner Doug Logan said
The NBA and NBPA announced on Friday that they had "reached an agreement in principle on all material terms of their collective bargaining agreement." In order to get the deal in writing and obtain ra
In Orlando, Brian Schmitz writes, "July 9 is now Independence Day for NBA free agents seeking salaries alien to us all." For Shaquille O''Neal''s camp, late resolution of the labor deal gives them eig
In L.A., Ross Newhan offers a "semi-promising update on the labor situation." He notes a "degree of progress," a "more respectful approach" from each side, and an eye toward a deal by the All-Star bre
In a teleconference yesterday, NBA Commissioner David Stern, NBA VP/Business Affairs Val Ackerman and NBC Sports President Dick Ebersol announced a five-year TV rights agreement between the new Women'
Negotiators for the NBA and its players "were working overtime last night" to resolve the remaining issues regarding the to-be-signed collective bargaining agreement in hopes of averting the second lo
Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig denied a story that MLB is investigating whether exiled Reds Owner Marge Schott is "meddling" in the day-to-day affairs of the franchise. Selig did say NL President L
In an sit-down before the first pick was announced at last night''s NBA Draft, Deputy Commissioner Russ Granik was interviewed by TNT''s Craig Sager and Peter Vecsey on the labor situation and its pos