Quote of the Day

"That's not fair."
-- Rafael Nadal on the French Open's weather-related rescheduling that forced him to play on consecutive days. (GUARDIAN, 5/31)
Monday June 3, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 250 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A New Look

    Sepp Blatter said he is glad FIFA has 'weathered the storm' over recent scandals.

    Burundi FA President Lydia Nsekera became the first female candidate elected to FIFA's board in the governing body's 109-year history. Nsekera, 46, will serve a four-year term on the committee after winning the vote at the FIFA congress in Mauritius Friday. Moya Dodd and Sonia Bien-Aime will each join FIFA's top table as co-opted members for one year.

  • Back In Business

    Brazil's iconic Maracanã stadium re-opened Sunday to positive reviews after construction delays.

  • Grass Is Greener

    ManU to invest $1.2M to install part-synthetic surface at Old Trafford.

  • Social Scene

    Adidas plans social media campaign for World Cup to challenge Nike's hold on Brazil market.

  • Miami Vice

    David Beckham tours Miami stadiums, meets politicians as footballer eyes MLS ownership.

  • In A Foul Mood

    Rafael Nadal lashes out at French Open schedule, world rankings.

  • In For The Long Haul

    Former Scottish Rangers CEO says fight with former Owner Whyte could last 10 years.

  • Ticket Hub

    StubHub's innovative new deal with London's O2 arena includes barcode integration.

  • A New Lair

    Wolfsburg plans $35M investment in new stadium, facilities.

  • Stepping Aside

    BCCI President Srinivasan steps down in the wake of the IPL spot-fixing scandal.

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