Quote of the Day

"As far as Scotland are concerned, we would quite happily play the World Cup in the North Pole on Christmas Day if we were part of the qualification."
-- Scottish FA CEO Stewart Regan, commenting that the league would support the '22 World Cup being moved to the winter. (DAILY RECORD, 9/23)
Tuesday September 24, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 74 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • IOC To Up Sponsors' Ante

    The IOC "plans to increase the price of sponsoring The Olympic Partner program, ending a decade-long period where official Olympic sponsorships averaged $25 million a year," according to Tripp Mickle of the SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. IOC TV and Marketing Services Managing Dir Timo Lumme said that the price increases "would kick in for the 2022 and 2024 Olympics."

  • A Down Year

    Arsenal reports drop in net income spurred by lower player sales.

  • Electrical Outage

    London's inaugural Formula E race likely to be pushed to '15 season.

  • Sweeten The Pot

    Sky Italia will up offer for Serie A rights if they are exclusive.

  • Hard Times

    Ecclestone admits that "two or three" F1 teams in financial trouble.

  • Falling Flat

    Deal for F1 driver to buy cycling team Euskaltel-Euskadi falls apart.

  • A Long Pass

    NFL U.K. boss says London could get expansion team by end of the decade.

  • Three's A Charm

    Spanish league's Tebas says third-party ownership good for spurring investment.

  • Favoring Change

    Scottish FA chief says league favors winter World Cup in '22.

  • Commercial Course

    N.Z. critics: TV has turned America's Cup into reality show "gone mad."

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