Quote of the Day

"No matter how the criminals may justify their actions, there is no justification for crimes committed against civilians, especially against women and children."
-- Russian President Vladimir Putin, after suicide bombers killed more than 30 people in Volgograd. (AFP, 1/2)
Friday January 3, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 141 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Dipping Into The Red

    Chelsea recorded a record revenue of £256M in the '13 fiscal year.

    EPL Chelsea had a loss of £49.4M during the '12-13 fiscal year "after income was held back by elimination from the Champions League in the group stage," according to Peter-Joseph Hegarty of BLOOMBERG. The London-based team "still had record revenue" of £255.8M for the year through June 30, "during which it won the second-tier Europa League." Sales "were boosted" by a 19% increase in commercial income to £79.6M.

  • Shopping Spree

    British Athletics extends sponsorship deal with Sainsbury's.

  • Change Of Direction

    Al Jazeera Sport rebranded as beIN SPORTS in MENA countries.

  • Play The Game

    Commonwealth Games factor large in Glasgow's grand plan.

  • Happy Holidays

    Premier League stadiums at 95% capacity over holiday season.

  • Setting Limits

    New Inter Milan boss says he will implement limit on salaries.

  • Counting The Cost

    Spartak Moscow owner says new stadium will cost $426M.

  • After The Fall

    Bolton Wanderers post $83M loss after dropping out of Premier League.

  • Financial Oversight

    EC investigating government funding for Swansea's Liberty Stadium.

  • Tough Talk

    Putin vows to "annihilate" terrorists but security concerns persist.

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