Quote of the Day

"A poor guy, maybe without work, we want him to be able to go and watch football. That is our obligation."
-- Bayern Munich Chair Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, on why the club keeps the price for many of its season tickets so low.
Wednesday December 11, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 129 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Collaborative Effort

    FA Secretary General Alex Horne has said match-fixing is not a “big issue” in the English game after he attended a meeting called by the government on corruption in sport, according to Roger Blitz of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Horne joined representatives from five U.K. sports to discuss sharing information about corruption. Culture Secretary Maria Miller called Tuesday’s meeting following the latest allegations, which "led to the arrest of six people on Sunday including the Blackburn Rovers footballer DJ Campbell and other players."

  • A Cold One

    Tsingtao signs sponsorship deal with Asian Football Confederation.

  • Taxing Times

    French government levies new tax on sports broadcasters.

  • On The Outside

    KHL president frustrated by Champions Hockey League snub.

  • Pay For Play

    Liga MX final will be Mexico's first match exclusively on pay-TV.

  • Women's World

    Man City gives women's team a big push into Super League.

  • Games Go On

    French firm Atos extends global sponsorship with Olympics.

  • Growing Pains

    Barcelona weighs Camp Nou remodel vs. building new stadium.

  • Funding Model

    ARU CEO Pulver says TV money can keep new competition afloat "forever."

  • Home Favorite

    Barcelona is Spanish football fans' favored club, study finds.

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