Quote of the Day

"To know you were innocent of something but that there was the opportunity for it to wreck your career was truly frightening."
-- EPL referee Mark Clattenburg, after being cleared by the FA of racism charges. (Scotland DAILY RECORD, 11/22)
Monday November 26, 2012 Vol. 1 — No. 119 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Arsenal Builds War Chest

    Arsenal has agreed to a $241M shirt and stadium naming rights deal with Emirates.

    Arsenal FC "added commercial firepower" to Manager Arsene Wenger’s team-building options by signing £150M ($241M) worth of shirt sponsorship and stadium naming rights deals with Emirates, according to Roger Blitz of the FINANCIAL TIMES. The five-year deals are "extensions of existing contracts" with Emirates for the Premier League club. With a new kit supplier deal expected to be announced shortly and the Premier League’s new TV deals beginning in '14, Arsenal is "on course" to exceed £300M ($481M) in annual commercial revenues in two years.

  • Feel The Burn

    Coca-Cola enters F1 with energy drink Burn in partnership with Lotus.

  • A Busy Weekend

    Queens Park Rangers sack Hughes, hire Redknapp, set sights on Beckham.

  • Bull Riders

    Infiniti joins Red Bull Racing as title partner through '16.

  • Rolling In Dough

    The Premier League stands to earn $8.8B from upcoming broadcast deals.

  • A Cold One

    Chinese Basketball Association signs sponsorship deal with Tsingtao.

  • 'Money Well Spent'

    South African government says World Cup cost country more than $3B.

  • Power Plant

    Renault offers to provide engines to additional F1 teams in '14 season.

  • A Clean Bill

    EPL referee Clattenburg cleared of racism charge by FA.

  • Pulling The Pads On

    American football finds a growing audience in Hong Kong, Mainland China.

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