Quote of the Day

"We are not going to run out of cash. We have no bank debt."
-- Rangers Financial Dir Brian Stockbridge, declaring that the club was past its financial woes and on track with its long-term plan. (FINANCIAL TIMES, 10/1)
Wednesday October 2, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 80 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Opening The Checkbook

    ManU is off to its worst start in 24 years under David Moyes.

    ManU Manager David Moyes "will be given substantial funds" to reshape his squad, with club owners the Glazer family "recognising that the manager requires world-class reinforcements to help to maintain Sir Alex Ferguson’s legacy of success," according to James Ducker of the LONDON TIMES. Moyes "is expected to make a foray into the transfer market in January providing leading targets become available" as ManU looks "to put the frustrations of a miserable summer behind them."

  • Move On Miami

    Beckham, partners in advanced talks about MLS franchise in Miami.

  • A Good Start

    Bundesliga club Schalke posts increased profit, revenue at midyear.

  • Getting Gassed

    F1 teams against proposal for single fuel supplier.

  • Out Of The Weeds

    Scottish League 1 Rangers say financial woes are behind them.

  • Gallic Rights

    BeIN Sport takes Euroleague broadcast rights for France.

  • Challenge Made

    Aussie father, son issue challenge for next America's Cup.

  • Facing Revolt

    Disgruntled Barcelona fan group proposes censure of club president.

  • Quota Fears

    Top ski nations say Olympic participation quota will force cutback in teams.

  • The Digital Age

    Sydney Cricket Ground upgrade will include fan-centric technology.

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