Quote of the Day

"I guess all companies change, and the politics with TaylorMade have changed after leaving adidas."
-- Sergio García, on his reason for leaving his longtime equipment supplier for an expected deal with Callaway. (LONDON GUARDIAN, 11/14)
Wednesday November 15, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 110 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Giants Implicated

    Some of the world's biggest broadcasters, including Fox Sports, Globo and Grupo Televisa SAB, were "implicated in corruption" of int'l football, with a former sports marketing exec telling a U.S. jury that they "paid bribes to win TV rights for tournaments," according to Patricia Hurtado of BLOOMBERG. Alejandro Burzaco, the former CEO of sports marketing company Torneos y Competencias SA, testified that companies he "partnered with, which also included Full Play Argentina and Traffic Group in Brazil, were involved in the bribery."

  • Claws Out

    Italian press blows up after national team eliminated from World Cup.

  • Picking A Club

    Sergio García close to an equipment deal with Callaway.

  • Behind The Camera

    Peter Berg's Film 45 to produce Amazon's Man City series.

  • Hometown Hero

    Rocker Jake Bugg sponsors Notts County jersey for a month.

  • Game Changer

    EU will rule in favor of skaters over ISU, sources say.

  • Taking A Pass

    IRFU rejects primetime offer from RTÉ for women's Six Nations matches.

  • Digging In

    Leicester City owners "categorically deny" owing Thai government £323M.

  • Turf Tiff

    RFU says NFL field preparation left Twickenham pitch "scarred."

  • Good Neighbor

    England throws support behind Irish bid to host 2023 World Cup.

  • Island Hopping

    Aussie baseball league considers franchise in New Zealand.

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