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China Most Promising Market For Bayern

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said that "China has become Bayern Munich's most important market" as the Bundesliga club foresees "a bright picture after the nation launched a reform plan on football," according to Zheng Daojin of XINHUA. Rummenigge stressed that China "has the greatest pot ...

Tags: Franchises, Europe, China

Samsung Sponsors Gwangju Universiade 2015

Gwangju Universiade organizing committee and Samsung have signed a partnership agreement through which the company has agreed to provide consumer electronics goods for the Universiade. The electronics company will join the Universiade as a global premium partner, the highest level for a sponsor. It ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Asia

Officials Identified In Sex Bribe Scandal

Sri Lanka Cricket said that three male officials "have been identified in the sex bribe scandal that rocked Sri Lankan women's cricket but there are no grounds or evidence to justify criminal proceedings against them," according to Amlan Chakraborty of REUTERS. Sri Lanka's sports ministry last week ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Asia

Lerner Will Step Down At Aston Villa

EPL club Aston Villa Owner Randy Lerner this summer "will step down" as Chair "even if he retains ownership of the club," according to Matt Dickinson of the LONDON TIMES. Lerner "still hopes to sell Villa but has already made moves to put a new board in place if no takeover is completed." Lerner sai ...

Tags: Aston Villa, ACC, ING, ATT, UPS, China, Ugg, GE

Tokyo Governor Calls 2020 Bill 'Ridiculous'

The Tokyo metropolitan government has "hit out at the 'ridiculous'" $400M bill it has been "asked to foot" for the main stadium at the 2020 Olympics, according to Patrick Johnston of REUTERS. Tokyo Governor Yoichi Masuzoe said, "It's out of order." Masuzoe said that he "thought the city would h ...

Tags: Olympics, Japan

IPL 8 Rakes In $220M In MSM Revenue

The Indian Premier League final was a "champagne opener" for Multi Screen Media, as the official broadcaster is "speculated to earn an unprecedented" Rs 1200 crore ($222M) from the tournament, according to Anirban Roy Choudhury of INDIAN TELEVISION. IPL 8 came in after the Int'l Cricket Council ...

Tags: Media, India

Anyang KGC Coach Under Investigation

Korean Basketball League side Anyang KGC coach Jeon Chang-jin is "under investigation for allegedly rigging a game involving his team in connection with an illegal online bet," according to Nam Hyun-woo of the KOREA TIMES. Seoul Jungbu police said that Jeon has allegedly "bet hundreds of millio ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Asia

Wuhan Open Builds New $161M Stadium

The Wuhan Open is building a 1B renminbi ($161M) stadium that will "rival the size of Wimbledon’s Centre Court," according to Danielle Rossingh of BLOOMBERG. Wuhan Sports Development Investment Co. President Zhu Jianbin: "We hope we can build Wuhan into a city of tennis." Although only in its ...

Tags: Facilities, China

PCB Wants India To Be 'Home Ground'

The Pakistan Cricket Board wants to make India "home" where it can host all its int'l series, according to Harinder Baweja of the HINDUSTAN TIMES. PCB Chair Shahryar Khan said, "We would like to make India our home." Khan said that "the PCB has offers from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka as well but woul ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Asia

Japan To Host Korea In Premier 12 Opener

World No. 1 Japan "will open" this year’s inaugural World Baseball Softball Confederation Premier 12 on Nov. 8 at Sapporo Dome against chief Asian rival South Korea, according to KYODO. The groups for the Premier 12, which will pit the top 12 nations in the rankings of the WBSC, "were announc ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, Japan, Asia

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