Quote of the Day

"Those who are instinctively against it were worried that it would turn into American football, with every decision reviewed by an umpire."
-- IFAB Technical Dir David Elleray, on the success of video review testing making it likely it will be used in the next World Cup. (LONDON TIMES, 9/11)
Tuesday September 12, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 64 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • The Grass Ceiling

    W-League players get a significant pay raise after FFA and PFA agree to deal.

    The Australian Football League Women's competition "might have grabbed most of the media attention" last season, but Australia's W-League players have "now been given a major incentive to stick with the world game" in the shape of "significantly" improved pay and conditions, according to Michael Lynch of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. Football Federation Australia and Professional Footballers Australia on Monday announced what they described as a "landmark" collective bargaining agreement.

  • Brand Identity

    Nissan re-ups with Champions League, says tie boosts global visibility.

  • Single-Minded

    Team New Zealand confirms return to monohulls for next America's Cup.

  • On For The Ride

    Kia extends sponsorship of England women's cricket through '20.

  • Out Of Focus

    DFL to meet with Eurosport about technical interruptions on OTT service.

  • In The Middle

    Qatar's beIN Sports caught up in country's feud with neighbors.

  • Crowd Control

    NRL officials "desperate" to draw bigger crowds to Sydney finals.

  • Making A Statement

    UEFA enlists Messi, Ronaldo for #EqualGame diversity campaign.

  • Pedal Power

    Movistar to launch women's cycling team for '18 season.

  • Taking Charge

    Billionaire Forrest in talks with ARU to take over NRC.

  • In The Dock

    FA chiefs face parliamentary grilling over Sampson investigation.

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