Quote of the Day

"Go and race something else if you are not happy."
-- McLaren driver Jenson Button, on fellow drivers' complaints about the new cars, technical requirements on the F1 circuit this season. (BBC. 3/27)
Friday March 28, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 202 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Paying Attention

    The FA has been stripped of £1.6M ($2.7M) of taxpayers' money after "failing to reverse an alarming decline in the number of people regularly playing the game," according to Ben Rumsby of the London TELEGRAPH. The FA was punished by Sport England, "the quango charged with investing public money in grassroots sport, for the sharp drop in participation in football" since '06. Sport England CEO Jenny Price said that the cut sent "a serious message" to the FA that it must "'deliver results' or face further action."

  • Pick 'Em

    Sky, BT agree on "pick deal" to broadcast new rugby competitions.

  • Development Deal

    Starwood Capital signs on to help develop AS Roma stadium complex.

  • Slow Going

    R&A boss Dawson concerned with pace of course construction for Rio Games.

  • Campaign Talk?

    UEFA's Platini says he is "the only person" who can unseat FIFA's Blatter.

  • Pay Hike

    FIFA will increase prize money for '18 World Cup by 22%.

  • Activist Court

    Organizers, sponsors up in arms after Indian court bans two teams from IPL.

  • Playing Defense

    Brazil sees rise in violence in leadup to World Cup.

  • Fiscal Cliff

    Rangers report £3.5M loss, official casts "doubt" on club's survival.

  • Hangin' With ...

    Infront President & CEO Philippe Blatter talks about media rights.

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