Quote of the Day

"When a professional project fails, it is right to take the responsibility."
-- Italy national team Manager Cesare Prandelli, who joined Italian Football Federation President Giancarlo Abete in resigning. (London GUARDIAN, 6/24)
Thursday June 26, 2014 Vol. 3 — No. 1 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Appetite For Destruction

    Italy's Giorgio Chiellini shows an alleged bite mark from Luis Suárez.

    Uruguay striker Luis Suárez "faces being sent home from the World Cup in disgrace" after FIFA charged the Liverpool striker with biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini, according to Bonnici, Cue, Barrett & Hawkey of the LONDON TIMES. Suárez could receive a ban of up to 24 int'l matches, "which would keep him out of Uruguay’s remaining matches in Brazil." Suárez’s club, Liverpool, is "making no comment" while the FIFA investigation continues.

  • Biting Back

    Sponsors are taking a wait-and-see approach with Suárez.

  • Real Champions

    Real Madrid tops UEFA's Champions League payouts at €57M.

  • Send Cash

    Ghana sends plane with $3M cash for players demanding appearance fees.

  • Blame Game

    World Cup blamed for decreased interest in Wimbledon tickets.

  • Star Power

    Evian launches Wimbledon-themed marketing campaign featuring Sharapova.

  • Ready For Review

    The ICC is meeting this week to discuss solutions to quell recent run-fests.

  • Setting The Tone

    Singapore secures first sponsor for 2015 Southeast Asian Games.

  • Making Headlines

    Media tracker reveals World Cup coverage skewed toward U.K., U.S.

  • Paying Tribute

    Former UEFA executive David Taylor remembered by football world.

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