Quote of the Day

"They threw us out of the league and are now pursuing title stripping, and for us to sit down and think that after all that has come to fruition that I will say 'OK, everything's forgotten,' you’re in cloud cuckoo land."
-- Rangers CEO Charles Green, vowing that the Rangers will never return to the Scottish Premier League. (London DAILY MAIL, 10/29)
Tuesday October 30, 2012 Vol. 1 — No. 100 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Working It Out

    The BBC is expected to finalize a deal this week that will "avert the threat of Test Match Special being silenced, or at least grounded," for England's forthcoming cricket series in India, according to Andy Wilson of the London GUARDIAN. BBC has been "standing alongside Sky" in a dispute with the Indian cricket authorities who are "demanding extra money to cover the costs of broadcasting facilities on top of the rights agreements that have already been negotiated with Star TV." The BBC has been "backed into a corner."

  • Staying At Home

    Russian hockey teams cancel games planned for Barclays Center.

  • The Rights Stuff

    Premier League signs broadcast rights in U.S., Canada, Carribbean.

  • A Partial Pullout

    Santander says it is cutting back Copa Libertadores sponsorship, not ending it.

  • The Name Game

    RFU may sell naming rights to Twickenham ahead of World Cup.

  • Looking Ahead

    Rugby league board unveils wide-ranging plan for next five years.

  • Togetherness

    UN Secretary General predicts joint Korean team at University Games.

  • A Money Pit

    Inquiry planned over exploding cost of St. Petersburg stadium.

  • Hitting The Gas

    Canadian pension fund puts money on professional motor racing.

  • Trading Places

    Eriksson leaves Paralympics for head coach role at U.K. Athletics.

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