Quote of the Day

"I have asked them nicely when I met them three months ago, but there are still those who just refuse to do so."
-- Malaysian Youth & Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, on threatening state FAs with sanctions if they don't set up integrity committees. (THE STAR, 8/29)
Friday August 30, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 58 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • League Of Their Own

    Queensland's "proposed new knockout cup competition will act as the state's feeder to next year'’s long-awaited" Football Federation Australia Cup, according to Marco Monteverde of the COURIER-MAIL. FFA CEO David Gallop Thursday announced that "the FFA Cup would start in 2014 -- provided a sponsor and broadcast partner are secured." However, the fact that FFA made the announcement "suggests that sponsorship and TV deals are all but finalised."

  • Lucky Seven

    Deutsche Vermögensberatung extends deal with ex-F1 champ Schumacher.

  • No Payoff

    BT Sport COO Hindhaugh says 3D a "waste of time."

  • First Love

    Ex-Indian cricket captain latest to line up for IMG-R League franchise.

  • Offering Support

    Pro Footballers' Association stands by CEO Taylor despite gambling claims.

  • Joining The Race

    Ward quits FIA post to focus on campaign to be organization's president.

  • Taking A Fall

    NRL's Sandor Earl is first player to be sanctioned in doping probe.

  • Warm Feeling

    Barcelona tears up Camp Nou turf to put in underground heating.

  • Into The Night

    Cricket Australia plans night games during Sheffield Shield.

  • Tire Pressure

    Ecclestone says F1 will stick with Pirelli despite Michelin's interest.

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