Quote of the Day

"Who'll win the league? It's a coin toss between three of them."
-- Sky Sports' Matt Le Tissier, predicting the Premier League outcome and making the "biggest gaffe of the season" among U.K. football pundits. (LONDON INDEPENDENT, 4/10)
Friday April 11, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 212 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Taking Care Of Business

    Italian businessman Massimo Cellino "has made his first steps as Leeds United owner towards easing the club's crippling financial woes by wiping out an unpaid tax bill" of more than £500,000 ($840,000) -- "to quash a winding-up petition," according to Leon Wobschall of the YORKSHIRE POST. The Italian agriculture magnate, who headed to Yorkshire after the final whistle of the United's 3-0 loss to Watford on Tuesday, "has wasted no time in addressing the club's dire cash situation and is understood to have settled the tax demand."

  • Flight Arrangements

    Etihad Airways agrees to sponsorship deal with IPL's Mumbai Indians.

  • Rock Stars

    Indian Premier League can be a financial game-changer for cricket players.

  • Getting In Gear

    F1 on NBC building momentum as Bahrain GP gives network best ratings to date.

  • In Remembrance

    Weekend matches in England delay kickoff as tribute to Hillsborough victims.

  • Costly Loss

    Champions League elimination will cost Barcelona at least $6.8M.

  • Deal Points

    Cricket Victoria will share Junction Oval as long as it remains main tenant.

  • Going Once ...

    Chinese state broadcaster CCTV opens auction for World Cup ads.

  • Play Through

    South Korea's European Tour event moved to Singapore after sponsor pulls out.

  • Hangin' With ...

    Int'l Netball Federation CEO Clare Briegal addresses challenges of new job.

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