Quote of the Day

"Michael Jackson will stay. It's part of the deal."
-- Former EPL Fulham Owner Mohamed Al Fayed on the future of the Michael Jackson statue outside Fulham's Craven Cottage stadium. (AP, 7/13.)
Monday July 15, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 24 Print This Issue

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  • A New Era

    Former Fulham Owner Mohamed Al Fayed, left, poses with new Owner Shahid Khan.

    Former EPL Fulham Owner Mohamed Al Fayed on Friday "brought the curtain down on his 16-year reign" at the club when he sold it to U.S. car-parts billionaire and NFL Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Shahid Khan, according to Roger Blitz of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Al Fayed has pumped millions into the west London club, lending it £195M "over the period of his ownership." Fulham has been sold debt-free to Khan, who was born in Pakistan and went to the U.S. at the age of 16 to study engineering at the University of Illinois.

  • Home Improvement

    Man City unveils plan to expand capacity at Etihad Stadium to 60,000.

  • Uncharted Territory

    Etihad Airways lands first U.S. sponsorship with D.C. triathlon.

  • Running Out Of Gas

    Sauber F1 team saddled with $118M debt, nearing financial collapse.

  • China's Golf Boom

    China's economic boom, growing middle class have led to spread in golf's popularity.

  • Spinning A Webb

    CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb talks grass-roots development, anti-racism policy.

  • Three Of Hearts

    Scottish Hearts receive three offers to buy club prior to Friday deadline.

  • Summer Riches

    Some EPL clubs find alternative revenue streams through summer tours in Asia.

  • Tightening The Cap

    Formula E CEO says series will impose $3.3M budget cap for teams.

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