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"I would doubt it. They have got their own team in Salzburg, they have another one in Germany, so I am not sure they would want to take another one on at the moment, but with Red Bull, you never know."
-- Red Bull F1 Team Principal Christian Horner, on talk that the company wants to buy an English football club. (London DAILY MAIL, 10/13)
Monday October 14, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 88 Print This Issue

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  • Into The Big League

    Red Bull already owns several football clubs, including the MLS N.Y. Red Bulls.

    Red Bull wants "to buy a football club in England -- and ‘give it wings’ to make it big," according to Alan Nixon of the London MIRROR. The Austrian-based energy drinks firm is "on the look-out for a suitable club," with Anglophile coach Ralf Rangnick, who is also the Sporting Dir of Red Bull Salzburg, "heading the search." As well as current Austrian league leaders Salzburg, Red Bull "already owns clubs in Germany, New York, Brazil and Ghana."

  • New World Help

    La Liga club Espanyol seeks investments from Mexico to help cut debt.

  • Best And Brightest

    UEFA has early talks about new European super league for top clubs.

  • Packing A Punch

    UFC CEO Fertitta expanding int'l footprint of combat franchise.

  • Interest Wanes

    French tennis federation gets only two offers for French Open rights.

  • Replay Selection

    FIFA taps GoalControl as goal-line technology provider for '14 World Cup.

  • The Doctor Is Out

    NRL clubs see "exodus" of doctors over concerns about doping investigation.

  • Getting To Work

    JOC President talks about Tokyo sponsors, construction and security.

  • The Long Haul

    Moscow's '18 World Cup showcase Luzhniki Arena won't be finished until '17.

  • Passing Storm

    Russian Sports Minister Mutko says no news of any Sochi boycotts.

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