Quote of the Day

"There’s something really rotten in Easter Road."
-- Hibernian Supporters' Association Chair Mike Riley, calling for a house cleaning after the club fell out of the Scottish Premiership. (Scotland DAILY RECORD, 5/27)
Wednesday May 28, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 244 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Horsing Around

    The British horse racing industry is aiming to treble int'l investment in the sport with "plans to attract tens of millions of pounds worth of overseas funding per year," according to Olivia Goldhill of the London TELEGRAPH. British Horseracing Authority Chair Steve Harman said that "British horse racing is renowned worldwide and, as the second most popular spectator sport" in the U.K., has the "potential to attract massive investment."

  • Feeling The Beats

    England's Daniel Sturridge strikes deals with Beats, Subway ahead of World Cup.

  • Women's Game

    Aussie businessman backing IPL-style cricket tournament for women.

  • Ante Up

    Spanish broadcaster RTVE pays $53M for La Roja's Euro '16, '18 World Cup qualifiers.

  • Local Interest

    Birmingham City in sale talks with British consortium.

  • On The Air

    Formula E signs free-to-air deal with CCTV in China.

  • Olympic Glory

    Moscow sells its 64% share of Olimpiisky Sports Complex for $137M.

  • Election Day

    FA "fully behind" UEFA's intention to unseat Sepp Blatter.

  • By The Rules

    Liverpool counting on commercial growth to keep club in Champions League.

  • Court Ordered

    Valencia council ordered to pay La Liga club's lender $5.7M.

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