Quote of the Day

"We could sell 500,000 tickets, that's not an exaggeration."
-- German Football Federation President Wolfgang Niersbach, on demand for tickets to the German Cup final between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. (SID, 4/24)
Friday April 25, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 222 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • FFP Yellow Card

    UEFA's Michel Platini promises 'tough' action against FFP violators.

    Man City is facing “significant sanctions” under UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules after UEFA President Michel Platini confirmed “tough” action would be taken against clubs who failed to comply, according to Ben Rumsby of the London TELEGRAPH. Man City and Paris St. Germain "are thought to have been found guilty of breaching FFP regulations" by the investigatory chamber of UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body.

  • Facing The Judge

    F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone denies bribery charges as Munich trial begins.

  • Razor's Edge

    Scottish Rangers shareholder says club's finances in "fragile" state.

  • Finding A Fix

    Russian football league hopes salary cap will shore up teams' finances.

  • Making The Pitch

    Glasgow, Cardiff roll out campaigns to host Euro 2020 matches.

  • Same Old Story

    AC Milan again denies Italian media report of impending sale.

  • Something New

    Argentine FA expected to OK new 30-team format for championship.

  • Leading The Way

    Spanish basketball aims to be "pioneers" in support of women's game.

  • Name Changer

    Bolton Wanderers sign naming-rights, kit deal with Macron.

  • Early Rounds

    Movistar TV picks up rights to Euro '16, '18 Cup qualifiers.

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