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S.F. Mayor Willie Brown said yesterday that "he doesn''t think there''s much chance" that the 49ers stadium/mall complex will "be built -- so long as the team''s current leadership remains in place,"
Many fear Rupert Murdoch''s $1.03B takeover of Manchester United may "signal the beginning of the end for the Premier League," according to Colin Gibson of the London TELEGRAPH. Gibson wrote that "the
The NFLPA "will provide free office space and staff assistance" to the NFL Coaches Association, according to Athelia Knight of the WASHINGTON POST. NFLPA Exec Dir Gene Upshaw: "We feel this is a perfe
Rawlings Sporting Goods "warned Tuesday that it would post a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss" because it discontinued some bat lines to prepare for new NCAA rules, according to Christopher Carey o
The Raleigh City Council agreed to let the Centennial Authority "use up to" $5.2M from an "arena construction-bond debt reserve fund" to round out the $26M arena shortfall, according to Matthew Eisley
With five remaining regular-season home games, the MLB Rangers will not reach the three million home attendance mark this season, and "might even fall short of last year''s record attendance of 2.94 m
The Islanders "are bound to play the majority of games at the [Nassau] Coliseum" or its 35-year TV deal with Cablevision "is void," according to sources of Marc Berman of the N.Y. POST. When co-Owners
The Black Sports Agents Association (BSAA) is pleased to announce the Second Annual BSAA Sports Conference which will take place October 8-11, 1998, at the Los Angeles Airport Sheraton Gateway Hotel.
ESPN''s Bob Ley hosted "Outside The Lines: Stadia Mania" last night, which examined the quest of pro sports franchises to gain new facilities. Ley called the building boom the "hottest trend in sports
MLB begins two days of meetings today in Milwaukee and the "disparity of payrolls among the 30 clubs" will be the "chief topic on an otherwise mundane agenda," according to Tom Haudricourt of the MILW