Quote of the Day

"No ... you can’t go belly-up and expect to stay on board."
-- Newcastle Knights founding father Leigh Maughan, saying it is time for Nathan Tinkler's Hunter Sports Group to walk away from the club. (THE AGE, 4/1)
Wednesday April 2, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 205 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A Cry For Help

    FIA President Jean Todt "is concerned about the future of F1," according to BILD. Todt said, "I'm afraid that we'll lose teams." In an interview, Todt "defended the cost-reduction measures." He said, "Everyone wants this budget ceiling. It has to be put down in writing. Then it's mandatory for all." Todt added that a lot of teams approach him and F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone and "beg them to finally introduce a budget cap."

  • Increasing 'Risk'

    Nike launches World Cup campaign with Ronaldo, Neymar, Rooney.

  • Waiting Game

    Cellino awaits ruling on appeal of league's block of Leeds United takeover.

  • A Closer Look

    S. Korea Sports Ministry launches investigation of seven winter federations.

  • Plan B

    Hearts administrator draws up "emergency plan" in case deal falls through.

  • Campaign Season

    Aussie women's football backers launch "determined campaign" for '19 World Cup.

  • The War Chest

    Arsenal owner ready to give Wenger club-record transfer budget.

  • Price Of Success

    Funding shortfall could scuttle Spanish club's move up to La Liga.

  • Looking Local

    Former Russian footballers want league to cut back on foreign players.

  • View To A Thrill

    BT signs off on deal to put its sports channel on Google Chromecast.

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