Quote of the Day

"My name is Lou Vincent and I am a cheat."
-- New Zealand cricketer Lou Vincent, who admitted to fixing matches on Tuesday. (LONDON TIMES, 7/1)
Wednesday July 2, 2014 Vol. 3 — No. 5 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Orient Ends Fight

    League One side Leyton Orient has "dropped a legal battle" against West Ham's move to London's Olympic Stadium and "reached an undisclosed settlement with the Premier League," according to David Kent of the London DAILY MAIL. Orient Chair Barry Hearn "wanted to explore the options of a groundshare and had called for a judicial review into the decision of the London Legacy Development Corporation to appoint their east London rivals as the anchor tenant," set to pay some £2M ($3.4M) a year in rent.

  • Smashing Success

    Australia's Nick Kyrgios' success at Wimbledon is wooing sponsors.

  • Off The Shelves

    Sportswear firm Lotto hustles to keep up with Costa Rica kit demand.

  • Summer In The City

    London's Battersea Park to host Formula E season finale next June.

  • Hat In The Ring

    Liverpool bids for 2019 Netball World Cup.

  • Pulling The Plug

    Spanish public broadcaster RTVE says Teledeporte shutdown possible.

  • 'I Am A Cheat'

    Ex-cricketer Vincent given life ban by ECB after fixing confession.

  • Line Of Credit

    Vietnamese bank comes on board with Man City.

  • Smooth Landing

    After long wait, 2018 PyeongChang Olympics lands first domestic sponsor.

  • Treasure Chest

    British sailor Ben Ainslie gets $12.6M funding boost from government.

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