Quote of the Day

"There are rules in place for how this decision should be made, and we believe those rules have not been followed."
-- Leyton Orient Chair Barry Hearn on his club's attempt to share London's Olympic Stadium with West Ham. (EVENING STANDARD, 3/6)
Thursday March 7, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 188 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • ManU Laments Lost Loot

    ManU has "missed out on a bumper European payday," but its Champions League exit is not as costly as last season's failure to make it out of the group stage, according to the MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. The club will bank £34M ($51M) from UEFA compared to £30.4M ($45.8M) last season, but if Alex Ferguson's side had gone all the way to the final it "could have expected" to top the £56M ($84.3M) mark.

  • A Ratings Winner

    ManU-Real Madrid Champions League game hits five-year high in U.K.

  • In Country

    Arsenal to be first Premier League team to play friendly in Vietnam.

  • Mass Confusion

    Start of NRL season jeopardized as Sharks players face banishment.

  • Beautiful Music

    Marketer Chime sees profits soar from Olympics, Paralympics boost.

  • Time To Spare

    National Rugby League, Sky finalize broadcast deal.

  • Anger Management

    Ferguson in Dutch with UEFA for ducking media after Real Madrid loss.

  • Cooking The Books

    Auditors say Sochi venue construction company "inflated" costs by $506M.

  • Power Brokers

    Blatter, Scudamore, Glazers top SI's list of most powerful people in football.

  • Beg To Differ

    Heart of Midlothian threatens suit over Scottish Television report.

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