Quote of the Day

"I won’t receive a salary, that will go to a children’s charity in Paris. It’s something that has not been done before."
-- David Beckham, on giving away his $238K-a-week salary from new club Ligue 1's Paris St. Germain. (LONDON TIMES, 1/31)
Friday February 1, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 163 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Smooth Landing In Paris

    David Beckham was introduced at Paris St. Germain during a press conference Thursday.

    David Beckham "has promised to donate his entire salary to a children’s charity after completing a deadline-day switch" to Ligue 1 Paris St. Germain, according to Josh Burrows of the LONDON TIMES. Beckham appeared at a press conference Thursday afternoon alongside PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi and Sports Dir Leonardo. The 37-year-old, who has signed a five-month deal after passing a medical, said his salary would be handed to good causes as part of the "unique" deal.

  • A La Carte

    Sky to offer Premier League, other sports packages on one-off basis.

  • Rules To Live By

    Spanish football, government council lay down new financial rules for clubs.

  • And The Winner ...

    Canal+ edges out beIN Sport for France EPL rights.

  • A Call For Help

    DEL CEO says Dusseldorf EG needs new investors to survive.

  • A Big Loss

    Rangers lose $10M claim over players who left after club was relegated.

  • Shifting Into Drive

    NRL, Holden sign three-year, $10.4M sponsorship deal.

  • Staying Alive

    SPL Hearts say League Cup payoff will keep club in business until summer.

  • The Payroll Line

    NRL says CBA near completion, players will be owed up to 100K in back pay.

  • Tumbling Down

    Grêmio fans suffer injuries when collapses during "avalanche celebration."

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