Quote of the Day

"Fans can choose to vote with their feet. If they are not happy, they can stay away."
-- EPL Hull City Owner Assem Allam, defending his decision to change his team's name from Hull City to Hull Tigers in the face of opposition from fans. (PA, 11/20)
Thursday November 21, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 116 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Riding The Wave

    England cricket will earn $600M from broadcast, sponsorship deals over the next four years.

    English cricket is "turning onfield success into record commercial revenue as the national team seeks a run of victories not seen since the Victorian era," according to Ben Priechenfried of BLOOMBERG. Over the next four years, the England and Wales Cricket Board will earn about $600M from broadcast and sponsorship deals, a figure the ECB says "will rise if the team can add to its three successive Ashes victories over Australia." The latest encounter began Wednesday in Brisbane.

  • Staking Claims

    Investors buy into 1,100 football players for $1.5B, report claims.

  • Teaming Up

    Sky says it could do "wholesale deal" with BT to deliver live sports.

  • Back In Lineup?

    New IOC boss espouses "flexibility," says baseball will get another look.

  • Buying In

    ZDF will spend $447M on increased sports rights in '14.

  • Stadium Plans

    Russian government seeks builders for $612M upgrade to Luzhniki Stadium.

  • City Slicker

    Rangers appoint former Man City exec Graham Wallace as CEO.

  • Int'l Aspirations

    PGA Tour gives "tentative support" to playing major outside of U.S.

  • Still Beating

    Hearts open talks with only two days left before liquidation decision.

  • Back In Action

    Adidas will try and rekindle Reebok India with e-commerce, women's line.

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