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Nearly 25,000 Pay Tribute To Hillsborough Victims At Anfield With Bells, Lights, Scarves

04 / 16 / 14

Almost 25,000 people made their way to Anfield on Tuesday "to pay tribute to the 96 Hillsborough victims at a service to mark the 25th anniversary of the disaster," according to Eleanor Barlow of the LIVERPOOL ECHO. Among those attending were the full Liverpool FC first team squad, Liverpool Chair T...

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U.K. Invests $27M In College Sports

U.K. Culture Secretary Maria Miller will "attempt to quell growing concerns over the delivery of the promised Olympic legacy" by announcing a £17M ($27.3M) investment in "college sport makers" to help students get involved in sports, according to Owen Gibson of the London GUARDIAN. The grassro ...

Tags: Olympics, United Kingdom

Liverpool Renovation Moves Closer

Liverpool's City Council is "expected to pave the way" for the redevelopment of Anfield when it announces regeneration plans for the area on Monday, according to Gregg Bakowski of the London GUARDIAN. Club Owner John Henry has always preferred the option of staying at Anfield, the club's home since ...

Tags: Facilities, United Kingdom

EPL Clubs In Wage-Restraint Talks

New regulations that would "change the face of English football are being debated" by the 20 Premier League clubs, a majority of whom are "understood to favour far greater financial controls, especially on wages," according to Steve Tongue of the London INDEPENDENT. The measures would "bring a degre ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, United Kingdom

West Ham's Olympic Stadium Move In Doubt

EPL club West Ham's move to London's Olympic Stadium "has been thrown into doubt after European Commission officials wrote to the U.K. government asking for details about potentially illegal state aid to football clubs," according to Rob Draper of the London DAILY MAIL. The commission, an arm of the ...

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Buyers Cautious With EPL Clubs

Buyers of Premier League clubs "used to arrive in droves," but since Indian group Venky's purchased Blackburn Rovers in Nov. '10, the "deal flow has run dry," according to Roger Blitz of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Promotion and relegation are the only things that have changed the make-up of owners around ...

Tags: United Kingdom, Finance

U.K Athletics Prepare To Reveal Cuts

U.K. Athletics will reveal on Monday a "reduced group of athletes" who will receive lottery funding for next season, according to the London DAILY MAIL. The emphasis will be on "those with major championship medal potential over the next four years." U.K. Athletics has narrowed the focus for a place ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, United Kingdom

Portsmouth Saga Nearing Conclusion

England's Football League declined a bid by Hong Kong-based businessman Balram Chainrai to take over Championship side Portsmouth again, according to David Conn of the London GUARDIAN. The league's board "reached no definitive conclusion" at a Thursday meeting but has "significant doubts" about acce ...

Tags: Franchises, United Kingdom

Jaguars, 49ers To Play In London In '13

The NFL on Thursday announced that the San Francisco 49ers will be the Jacksonville Jaguars' opponent in the '13 regular-season game at Wembley Stadium. The game, scheduled for Oct. 27, will mark the 49ers' second appearance in the NFL Int'l Series. The team in '10 won a 24-16 game against the Bronc ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, United Kingdom, NFL

Chelsea, Grand Royal Whisky Partner

Chelsea FC has signed a deal with a Myanmar-based whiskey brand to become the club's official whiskey, according to John Reynolds of MARKETING MAGAZINE. The club claims it to be "the first time an advertising deal has been agreed between Myanmar and a western brand." The agreement involves Myanmar-b ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, United Kingdom

Rangers Plan Return With AIM Float

Fans of Scottish Third Division side Rangers are "being offered the chance" of investing in the club as part of a £20M ($32M) flotation on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange, according to Michael Kavanagh of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Rangers CEO Charles Green said ...

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