Quote of the Day

"We believe that there should be a level playing field for women in football."
-- Lewes Dir Jacquie Agnew, on the English club's decision to pay men and women footballers equally. (LONDON TIMES, 7/12)
Thursday July 13, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 22 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Sitting On Top

    The Premier League "is set to remain by far the world’s richest football league," Deloitte's annual review of football finances indicated, according to David Conn of the London GUARDIAN. EPL clubs earned approximately €2B "more collectively" than those in Europe's second-richest league, the Bundesliga, in '15-16. The total £3.6B earnings of Premier League clubs in '15-16 "are projected to have increased" to £4.5B last season.

  • A Blank Slate

    Sydney FC launches kit without sponsor as club seeks "bigger deal."

  • Bad Blood

    Mercedes' Hamilton riles Liberty Media by ditching London promo.

  • Partnering Up

    Stoke City, St. Pauli sign first partnership between EPL, German clubs.

  • On The Block

    NRL side Gold Coast set for sale despite no deal for stadium.

  • Spurring Growth

    Tottenham expands footprint in deal with Fox Sports Asia.

  • Taking The Wheel

    Sauber F1 names Frédéric Vasseur as new team principal.

  • Expert Opinion

    Aussie Olympics bidders to benefit from new IOC program.

  • Sprucing Up

    AFL sides Richmond, Carlton make pitches for stadium upgrades.

  • Change Of Plans

    Juventus pulls out of Super Copa Tecate over scheduling conflict.

  • Level Field

    U.K. club Lewes is first to pay men, women players equally.

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