Quote of the Day

"(The visit) can be considered meaningful, but in the middle of a lull in South-North Korean relations, politics are likely to impact sports, not the other way around."
-- Konkuk University professor Jeon Young-sun, on whether the women's football match this weekend in Seoul between the North and South could help thaw relations between the countries. (REUTERS, 7/17)
Friday July 19, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 28 Print This Issue

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  • In The Perfect Spot

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  • Good Timing

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  • Remaining Free

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  • Team Ownership

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  • Summer Break

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  • Holding The Line

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  • Financial Legacy

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  • On The Market

    CSKA Sofia will become first Bulgarian football club to go public.

  • Taking Interest

    Greenland Group eyes move on Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua.

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