Quote of the Day

"The Sardinians want the Americans."
-- Caligari Owner Massimo Cellino, on the fans' preference between two potential buyers of the Serie A club. (INSIDE FUTBOL, 5/26)
Tuesday May 27, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 243 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • On Top Of The World

    Bundesliga club Bayern Munich has retained the top spot on the Brand Finance Football's annual study ranking the top 50 football brands. Bayern Munich's value was estimated at $896M by the consultancy, ahead of Real Madrid ($768M), ManU ($739M), FC Barcelona ($622M) and Man City ($510M).

  • Setting Sail

    Adidas launches $84M global World Cup campaign.

  • New Territory

    Chip Ganassi Racing, ENEOS partnership bears immediate fruit.

  • Riled Regulators

    ESPN fined by Ofcom over lack of audio descriptions for visually impaired.

  • Back At The Bar

    Leeds United Owner Massimo Cellino will face tax charges in October.

  • Coming Up Short

    Hong Kong Premier League launch in jeopardy as teams back out.

  • Just Say No

    Krakow voters slam door on bid for '22 Winter Games.

  • Under Two Bucks

    Reading on sale for £1, but the tax bill will run around $64M.

  • Getting A Grip

    Bridgestone to sign on as TOP sponsor for Rio, Tokyo Games.

  • Get In The Game

    Mexican TV producer headlines group interested in buying Liga MX club Querétaro.

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