Quote of the Day

"I don't want to mess with my life just to play in a golf tournament."
-- Spanish golfer Alvaro Quiros on the upcoming European Tour stop in South Korea, which is dealing with 'tense' political relations with North Korea. (GOLF CHANNEL, 4/5)
Monday April 8, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 210 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • True Blue

    Adidas and Chelsea "are the latest to break with tradition" with the launch of a new ad campaign "to promote the London side’s new kit, without ever showing it," according to Sebastian Joseph of MARKETING WEEK. The "It’s Blue, What Else Matters" campaign promotes the club's '13-14 home kit "before seeing it." It launched Saturday with a video starring nine members of the Premier League team, including Juan Mata, Fernando Torres, and David Luiz "performing football tricks while painted in blue."

  • Turn Up The Volume

    ManU hires acoustic engineer to improve the atmosphere at Old Trafford.

  • On Guard

    Brazil hopes World Cup will help country move away from riot police at stadiums.

  • Child's Play

    Marvel Entertainment teams with IPL's Indians to target merchandise at kids.

  • Not Horsing Around

    The Grand National drew more than 8 million viewers on U.K.'s Channel 4.

  • Lending Support

    FIFA backs South African inquiry into match-fixing of 2010 World Cup warm-up games.

  • Reason To Worry?

    NRL teams would lose players daily, weekly if ASADA finds doping.

  • Expanding Its Portfolio

    Sport1 owner Constantin Medien will issue corporate bonds with a $85M volume.

  • Caution To The Wind

    Golfer Alvaro Quiros wary of safety at Euro Tour event in South Korea.

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