Quote of the Day

"If the deal is better, and the fans like it, we will move (exclusively) to the new stadium."
-- Perth Glory Owner Tony Sage, threatening to pull the club out of nib Stadium over a pricing and scheduling dispute. (THE WEST AUSTRALIAN, 12/25)
Wednesday December 27, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 137 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Economic Boost

    German car manufacturer Mercedes revealed that the production of the V6 turbo engines used by its championship-winning Formula 1 team is contributing around £111.7M ($149.4M) to the British economy, according to Christian Sylt for the London TELEGRAPH. Last month, Lewis Hamilton "steered Mercedes to a fourth consecutive F1 ­title, and although it races under the German flag," the team and its ­engine manufacturing division are based in Britain.

  • Belt Tightening

    Toyko 2020 trims another $300M from the budget.

  • Bad Terms

    Santos president says he will terminate "ridiculous" deal with Umbro.

  • Cutting Back

    France Télévisions slashes sports spending in '18 budget.

  • Court Order

    UEFA gets injunction forcing ISPs to block illegal streaming.

  • Changing Channels

    Blizzard moves Overwatch Contenders Korea coverage to MBC.

  • Gaining Interest

    Scottish women's success spurs more girls to play football.

  • Near The End

    AFL's Geelong Cats say final GMHBA construction will cost A$100M.

  • Comeback Trail

    Tennis heavyweights battle injuries to get ready for Aussie Open.

  • Getting Onboard

    Hertha BSC partners with Stark to establish esports academy.

  • Looking Back

    2017 in review: European football enjoys media, club investment.

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