Quote of the Day

"Will I stay in Russia? We'll see. Time will tell. We shouldn't rule it out."
-- New Jersey Devils player Ilya Kovalchuk, on whether he'll leave the KHL and return to the NHL now that the lockout is over. (RUSSIA TODAY, 1/9)
Thursday January 10, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 147 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Follow The Money Trail

    Cancelled shares have allowed Chelsea to record its first profit under owner Roman Abramovich.

    Chelsea's first profit under Owner Roman Abramovich from its Champions League-winning year was "only achieved as a result of one-off exceptional items," including a £18.4M paper profit on cancelled shares in a digital media joint venture with BSkyB, according to Owen Gibson of the London GUARDIAN. When Chelsea unveiled its top-line figures in November, the Premier League club said the £1.4M profit was the result of its "European success, a sizeable profit on transfers and improved commercial deals."

  • Up In Arms

    FSF chief: Fans near to "turning their backs" on football over high ticket prices.

  • Cut And Run

    Rangers threaten to leave Scottish football over league restructuring.

  • Keeping Its Grip

    Pirelli to submit bid to stay on as the official tire of F1.

  • The Biggest Losers

    Report: Guiseppe Rossi tops list of market value losers with €20M drop.

  • Rack 'Em

    BBC strikes three-year extension on rights to top U.K. snooker tournaments.

  • Open Door Policy

    Talks planned to encourage NHL to let players participate in Sochi Games.

  • Open Ice

    IIHF President Fasel says sport is primed to build global signature.

  • Decisions, Decisions

    Beckham considers 12 offers from around the world for next team.

  • Taking The Reins

    ARU's new CEO Bill Pulver discusses sponsorship, social media, and women's place in the game.

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