Quote of the Day

"I wouldn't say the phone has been ringing off the hook with people wanting to sponsor tournaments."
-- European Tour CEO George O'Grady, on the tour's struggle to find sponsors. (London GUARDIAN, 11/20)
Wednesday November 21, 2012 Vol. 1 — No. 117 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Is A-League Beck's Next Home?

    David Beckham said that the MLS Cup will be his last game with the L.A. Galaxy.

    David Beckham will play his final game for the Major League Soccer L.A. Galaxy in the MLS Cup next month, according to the AP. The 37-year-old Beckham is "not retiring," but gave "no hint of his next move" (AP, 11/20). REUTERS' Simon Evans wrote that Beckham's ability to grab media attention, sell merchandise and boost attendance figures "makes him an attractive proposition for an emerging club or league looking for a marketing breakthrough." A source close to Beckham said that several clubs from several countries "had already shown interest."

  • Topping The Taxman

    Rangers FC beats tax charges in case over loans to footballers.

  • Flip-Floppers

    Colombia's Atlético Nacional turns to Nike as kit provider.

  • The Battle Begins

    SPL boss Doncaster pushes league plan, SFL says idea "won't fly" with fans.

  • A Big Payday

    Corinthians' new deal with Caixa Econômica Federal worth $14M a year.

  • Not Hooking Up

    Hearts foundation "will go it alone" in bid to buy SPL club.

  • Different Direction

    Li Ning CEO says company is undertaking a "major overhaul."

  • Getting House In Order

    Russian Premier League toughens rules that clubs must police fans.

  • Not When But Where

    Thailand F1 race a "done deal," where it will happen is still up in the air.

  • Olympic Afterglow

    Camelot lottery ticket sales soar to $5.6B thanks to London Games.

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