Quote of the Day

"The fans crossed a red line."
-- Israeli Premier League club Hapoel Tel Aviv part-Owner Ido Hagag, on withdrawing his financial support of the club after drunken fans terrorized his wife and children by coming to his home. (JERUSALEM POST, 7/22)
Wednesday July 23, 2014 Vol. 3 — No. 20 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Passing On Costs

    Bremen taxpayers paid a reported €1.4M for police operation at Bundesliga games.

    The Bremen state government "is planning to involve the German Football League (DFL) in the costs for police operations to provide security at home games of Bundesliga side Werder Bremen starting as early as this year," according to the SID. The state senate "passed a corresponding law change on Tuesday despite heavy criticism from sports and politics." Bremen Interior Secretary Ulrich Mäurer said, "Our primary goal is very clear, preventing violence at big football games."

  • Fightin' Words

    FA's Dyke says Blatter's control of FIFA like North Korea's Kim.

  • Keep It Quiet

    FIFA says Qatar report delayed until September, won't be made public.

  • Expansion Plans

    Serie A side Juventus unveils $450M building project.

  • Good Health

    A-League's Wanderers sign partnership deal with Herbalife.

  • Ladies Choice

    NZ Cricket to put top women's players under annual contract for first time.

  • Crossing The Line

    Hapoel Tel Aviv part-owner quits after fans terrorize family.

  • In Old Mexico

    F1 signs five-year contract to race in Mexico City, according to reports.

  • Finding Gold

    Serie A's AC Milan expects to rake in $4.7M from North American tour.

  • A Pirate's Life

    Aussie broadcaster SBS stung by pirates stealing Tour de France signal.

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