Quote of the Day

"At present, there’s a massive reluctance to put their hands up and admit they got things wrong."
-- U.K. Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee Chair Damian Collins, on how FA execs handled the Eniola Aluko racism row. (LONDON EVENING STANDARD, 10/19)
Friday October 20, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 92 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Jackpot

    It has been a "long time coming but the bling is back" for A-League side Sydney FC, which is set to receive "well over" A$1M ($787,200) from its front-of-shirt sponsorship deals this season after signing a "club-record partnership" with The Star casino, according to Dominic Bossi of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.

  • Not This Year

    EPL says no games will be held on Christmas Eve; last Dec. 24 match took place in '95.

  • Open Source

    Coca-Cola teams up with Adobe, calls for designers to create Olympic-themed designs.

  • Staying Together

    China's iQiyi to remain a partner of Tennis Australia through '21.

  • Putting Their Differences Aside

    ESPN, FourFourTwo, London Guardian offer 2018 World Cup advertisers "joint ad proposition."

  • Best Behavior

    Kaliningrad mayor wants residents in town during 2018 World Cup to avoid fights, clean up their yards.

  • History-Maker

    BBL side Hobart Hurricanes announces record deal with Tassal.

  • Reversal Of Fortune

    Argentine FA reports first annual profit since '14-15.

  • Hangin' With ...

    Steve Davis, president of Fanatics Int'l.

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