Quote of the Day

"Content has become handheld."
-- Bollywood actress and franchise owner Preity Zinta, on why Twenty20's shortened format is cricket's best hope to attract a new generation of fans. (REUTERS, 9/15)
Monday September 18, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 68 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Taking Wing

    Premier League side Everton named video game franchise Angry Birds its "first ever sleeve sponsor," according to Chris Beesley of the LIVERPOOL ECHO. The club signed a multi-year shirt sleeve partnership with Rovio Entertainment -- the games firm behind the Angry Birds franchise. The Angry Birds logo debuted on the left sleeve of the Everton jersey during its match at Old Trafford against ManU.

  • Going Flat

    Cricketer Virat Kohli ends six-year endorsement deal with Pepsi.

  • Running With The Bull

    Aston Martin to take Red Bull title sponsorship, sources say.

  • Sales Talk

    Worcester Warriors up for sale; West Brom approached by U.S. investor.

  • Sweetened Deal

    Gordon, Murdoch increase offer for Aussie broadcaster Ten.

  • Production Values

    Sunset+Vine will produce England women's World Cup qualifiers.

  • The End Game

    Harry Redknapp says career could be over after firing by Birmingham.

  • Sticking Around

    Singapore extends deal to host F1 race through '21.

  • Building Plans

    Taiwan to build six stadiums to boost new pro football league.

  • Party Animals

    Sonia Irvine is Formula 1's primo party planner.

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