Quote of the Day

"Our gut feeling is we can sell more tickets."
-- Swansea City COO Chris Pearlman, on the club's hopes to expand its new ground after agreeing to take control of Liberty Stadium. (BBC, 11/6)
Tuesday November 7, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 104 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Losing Their Case

    A high court judge ruled that Owen Oyston and his son Karl, the owners of League One side Blackpool, must pay £31M ($40.8M) to minority shareholder Valeri Belokon for his shares, after operating an "illegitimate stripping" of the club following its promotion to the Premier League in '10, according to David Conn of the London GUARDIAN. Justice Marcus Smith found that the Oystons paid £26.77M out of the club to companies they owned.

  • Money Trail

    Moshiri disputes claim he used Usmanov's money to buy Everton stake.

  • Paradise Lost

    Lewis Hamilton avoided taxes on jet sale, according to leaked papers.

  • Drink Up

    Man City signs multi-year partnership deal with Gatorade.

  • Cutting Costs

    Spanish pay-TV outlets ask Mediapro to lower price for CL rights.

  • Funny Bone

    Ronaldo takes stab at comedy in campaign for his ROC brand.

  • Willing To Relocate

    Worcester Warriors chair says club will move to facilitate sale.

  • Taking Liberty

    Swansea City to take over Liberty Stadium, eyes expansion possibilities.

  • New Identity

    Commonwealth Games England taps Salad for Gold Coast 2018 site.

  • Viable Offer

    Irish bid for Rugby World Cup closely matched South Africa's, docs show.

  • 'End Of Hostilities'

    FIFPro withdraws EC challenge to FIFA's global transfer rules.

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