Quote of the Day

"He told me that he had never lied to me and I must say I had trouble believing you could forget payment of $40 million."
-- CVC co-Founder Donald Mackenzie, after Bernie Ecclestone said he "forgot" about a $40M payment to a German banker. (REUTERS, 11/18)
Tuesday November 19, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 114 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A Year To Remember

    The Rugby Football Union has reported group revenue of more than £150M ($242M) for the first time in its history, according to the BELFAST TELEGRAPH. Revenue increased by £42.9M ($69M) from £110.6M to £153.5M ($247M) during the 12-month period for '12-13, "driven by the full match programme and increased sponsorship." The figures "confirm the RFU's position as the world's richest union."

  • Facing Challenges

    Italian football clubs tap Infront to negotiate broadcast deals.

  • A Woman's Touch

    Bien-Aime talks about goals as CONCACAF's first woman exec committee member.

  • A Growth Spurt

    European Tour gains ground, but players complain about heavy schedules.

  • American Way

    New Inter Milan owner says he will rebuild team on U.S. sports model.

  • Out Of The Box

    UEFA President Platini pushes "radical" plan to change int'l football.

  • Firing Offense

    CVC co-founder says Ecclestone would be sacked if found guilty.

  • Mighty Have Fallen

    Former Russian football champs can't afford to fly to away game.

  • Cutting Losses

    Hertha Berlin trims liabilities, but still finishes '12-13 with €7.8M loss.

  • Horse Cents

    Ferrari reports best year ever, with profits at $242M.

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