Quote of the Day

"They can die as soon as they want, as long as they leave the club for the majority who just want to watch good football."
-- EPL Hull City Owner Assem Allam on club supporters who are against his proposal to change the club's name to Hull Tigers. (London INDEPENDENT, 12/1)
Monday December 2, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 122 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Missing Deadline

    A crane collapsed at Itaquera stadium Wednesday killing two workers.

    The damage caused Wednesday in a "deadly accident" at the stadium that will host the opening match of the World Cup in Brazil will "set back work by two months," according to Tariq Panja of BLOOMBERG. Two men died at São Paulo's Itaquera stadium when a "1,500-ton crane collapsed as it raised the final piece of the arena's roof." Structural engineer Jörg Spangenberg of Stuttgart, Germany-based engineering company Werner Sobek said that the incident "will delay completion to late February."

  • No Negotiations

    Hull City owner calls protesting fans 'hooligans,' threatens to sell club.

  • Coast To Coast

    BT Sport, NBA agree to broadcast deal for U.K., Ireland.

  • Waste Management

    Activists who expose environmental toll from Sochi construction pressured.

  • Under The Lights

    Bahrain F1 circuit tests floodlights for possible 2014 night race.

  • What, Me Worry?

    Red Bull not worried by declining viewership due to Vettel's dominance.

  • Joining The Party

    Mahindra Racing joins Formula E as the new circuit's eighth team.

  • Blowing The Whistle

    Veteran referee in FA's training department charged with computer hacking.

  • Paying The Price

    NRL's Cronulla Sharks brace for A$1M fine from 2011 supplements scandal.

  • Popular Bet

    Study shows a dramatic rise in gambling ads on British TV.

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