Quote of the Day

"When your most popular club isn’t doing as well, that costs you interest and audience in some places."
-- EPL CEO Richard Scudamore, on the impact ManU's troubled season is having on the rest of the Premier League. (BLOOMBERG, 3/27)
Monday March 31, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 203 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • QPR Turns To Bankers

    League Championship side Queens Park Rangers has agreed to a £27M ($44.9M) loan with Barclays, "secured against the club's assets and Premier League parachute payments including potential TV revenue over the next two seasons if they return to the top flight," according to James Riach of the London GUARDIAN. It is the second time Rangers have agreed to a "loan with the bank in the past year and comes at a time when their financial security has come under intense scrutiny."

  • On The Road

    Football tourism drives second-hand ticket market in Spain.

  • Sharing The Pain

    Scudamore says ManU's slump is hurting Premier League's TV numbers.

  • Ride To The City

    Heathrow Express targets American tourists through deal with USA Rugby.

  • Dangerous Work

    Brazilian worker falls to death, seventh to die on World Cup stadiums.

  • Just Say No

    Royal Troon Golf Club won't change rules to allow women members.

  • No Truth

    ManU rubbishes rumor that Old Trafford will be renamed as part of Nike deal.

  • Empty Seats

    Variable pricing plan blamed for lagging AFL attendance.

  • Reunited

    ManU "Class of 1992" team up to purchase semi-pro Salford City.

  • Vanishing Act

    Inventor of vanishing spray used to mark penalty kicks to file copyright claim.

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