After Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Bournemouth on Sunday, Arsene Wenger commented on an “an important three points” at Dean Court Stadium. Wenger praised the maturity of his side and also discussed how Leicester’s win at Manchester City on Saturday means Arsenal simply had to win today. The Arsenal boss also discussed starting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, which […]
News of an agreement between the San Diego Chargers and Los Angeles Rams to share the proposed Inglewood, Ca. stadium was announced Friday. But within a few hours, Chargers owner Dean Spanos said his team would remain in San Diego for the 2016 season — and possibly beyond, if a long-term stadium solution is found. Chargers players were quick to […]
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos said Friday that the team will play in San Diego in 2016, and he'll work with politicians and the business community to try to resolve a long, bitter battle over a new stadium. Spanos' statement...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers will remain in their current home for the 2016 season, and team owner Dean Spanos announced Friday his goal is to get a new stadium in San Diego. Spanos broke the news in an open letter to Chargers fans: I have...Show More Summary
San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos said today that his team will play the 2016 NFL season in its home city and added, “I hope for the long term in a new stadium.” Statement from Dean Spanos. READ: https://t.co/HGs7vmBWJc pic.twitter.com/NMvaHkIcMT —...Show More Summary
The San Diego Chargers reached an agreement in principle with the Rams on Friday to share a planned stadium in Inglewood, according to multiple reports. It’s now up to Chargers owner Dean Spanos to decide if will restart stadium negotiations in San Diego or go all-in on Los Angeles. The agreement...
When the NFL approved the Rams’ relocation to Los Angeles, they gave the Chargers a one-year option to make the move too. Depending on when—or if—owner Dean Spanos exercises it, the Chargers could be in L.A. in 2016, or 2017, or never. It looks like you can bank on sooner rather than later. Read more...
The Chargers are one step closer to moving back to Los Angeles. According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, the franchise has agreed in principle to join the Rams in L.A. and share a stadium in Inglewood. Chargers owner Dean Spanos now...Show More Summary
Chargers: FIRE Dean Spanos! by Scott Koenig San Diego City and County have offered the NFL a MASSIVE subsidy: a total of $350 million towards a new Chargers stadium, with an expedited environmental review, pending a public vote. The NFL brazenly dismissed the offer as insufficient. We’re told they want at least $400 million, a [...]Show More Summary
Something hilarious happened at Dean Court on Sunday, as Bournemouth were thumped 5-1 on home soil by Tottenham. Towards the end of the match, a voice came over the loudspeaker at the stadium to announce: “Men against boys! Fking unbelievable!”...Show More Summary
Something hilarious happened at Dean Court on Sunday, as Bournemouth were thumped 5-1 on home soil by Tottenham. The afternoon had started so brightly for the hosts as Matt Richie fired Bournemouth in front inside the opening sixty seconds of the game. Show More Summary
NFL team owners Stan Kroenke and Dean Spanos discussed potential Southern California stadium locations -- including the site of the Hollywood Park racetrack in Inglewood -- over dinner in 2013, according to a person with direct knowledge of the meeting. The report of the exchange, which the source described...
It wasn't the A-list crowd that it was back in its heyday -- when Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin played -- but plenty of celebrities participated in the Hollywood Stars softball game Saturday at Dodger Stadium.
It wasn’t the A-list crowd that it was back in its heyday -- when Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin played -- but plenty of celebrities participated in the Hollywood Stars softball game on Saturday at Dodgers Stadium.
The Chargers have looked into sharing a stadium with the Raiders in Carson. They’ve bought land. They have Carmen Policy working on the behalf of the stadium they might move into. But team chairman Dean Spanos keeps saying he wants to stay in San Diego, even though he hadn’t seen the mayor’s advisory group’s proposal prior…
Raiders owner Mark Davis walked outside the Ritz-Carlton into the throng of protesters and vowed to do all he can to keep his team in Oakland. Even as he and Chargers owner Dean Spanos moved ahead on plans for a stadium project in Southern California.
As he strolls the fields of his own spring camp at Roger Dean Stadium, Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is not oblivious to the buzz.
After a week of acrimony, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Chargers President Dean Spanos met privately Sunday to discuss the increasingly complex and controversial issue of building a new stadium to keep the team from moving to the Los Angeles area.
Dean Spanos, president of the San Diego Chargers, has agreed to meet with Mayor Kevin Faulconer over the hot-button issue of building a stadium to keep the team from moving to Los Angeles.
SAN DIEGO -- Dean Spanos, the president and owner of the San Diego Chargers, accepted an invitation by San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer to meet and discuss building a new stadium in San Diego. Mark Fabiani, the point person on the stadium...Show More Summary