Quote of the Day

"It will be a regular management board like in any other big company."
-- Mercedes Motorsport Exec Dir Toto Wolff, on how F1's governing structure will change when CEO Bernie Ecclestone stands down. (SID, 4/23)
Thursday April 24, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 221 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • The Numbers Game

    The FA suffered a £34M hit in income from broadcast rights last season, according to the PA's Martyn Ziegler. The FA saw its income drop from £327M in '11-12 to £299M in '12-13. The biggest fall in revenues was from broadcast income, "a result of the hangover from the collapsed Setanta deal back in 2009." The FA "was forced to agree a short-term two-year deal with ITV for England matches and the FA Cup ending in July," which led to a £34M reduction in income.

  • New Subway Line

    American fast food chain signs multi-year deal with Liverpool.

  • The Little Guys

    Mercedes F1 boss Wolff says circuit can revive smaller teams.

  • By The Rules

    ManU rejects claims that Moyes dismissal violated Wall Street rules.

  • Center Of Things

    University of Canberra plans $46M upgrade to on-campus sports hub.

  • Campaign Season

    Internationals Boateng, Sneijder headline JBL World Cup commercials.

  • The Mean Streets

    Deadly violence breaks out in slum next to Rio Games venue.

  • Staking A Claim

    BeIN Sports picks up Champions League rights in SE Asian markets.

  • One Ringy-Dingy

    Frenetic World Cup preparations leave gap in Brazil's cell phone network.

  • A New Spin

    Tennis Australia boss Steve Healy calls for "major" overhaul of Davis, Fed cups.

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