For International captain Nick Price, the future of the Presidents Cup is hanging in the balance and could hinge on the outcome of a meeting in Akron, Ohio this week with PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem.
With Michel Platini, French footballing legend and boss of UEFA (Union of European Football Associations), hotly priced at 8/13 by online bookmaker Betway Group to become the next President of FIFA, the sports global governing body, the sports betting firm currently has odds of 5/1 that the World Cup will [...]
Veteran South African Retief Goosen drew on good memories of past Presidents Cups played at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club as he charged into a tie for the first-round lead at the Quicken Loans National in Virginia on Thursday.
For some reason, FIFA president Sepp Blatter could not find a way to make it over from Switzerland to Canada for the Women’s World Cup, even though he had handed the trophy to the winners of every previous tournament since attaining his position in 1998. But nothing was going to keep him from sharing a […]
At the 2018 World Cup preliminary draw in St. Petersburg, outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter received a strong endorsement from Russian president Vladimir Putin. Speaking on a Swiss TV station, Putin said he not only believes the soon-to-be...Show More Summary
FIFA president Sepp Blatter was in Russia this week ahead of their 2018 World Cup, describing the country who will almost definitely not be a fantastic host as a “fantastic host”. British comedian John Oliver loves to take aim at FIFA...Show More Summary
From the CONCACAF’s president’s mouth: CONCACAF President Alfredo Hawit statement regarding the officiating of the Gold Cup 2015 semifinal match between Mexico and Panama: “We met with both the Referee Department leadership and referee Mark Geiger. Mr. Geiger, one of the best regarded referees in the region with vast international experience and a proven track […]
The USMNT lost to Panama on Saturday.
FIFA and Sepp Blatter put their corruption crisis aside and got back to World Cup business at the 2018 tournament qualifying draw hosted by Vladimir Putin at a Russian state residence on Saturday. The two presidents joined on stage for...Show More Summary
If this really was Sepp Blatter’s final World Cup draw as president of FIFA—and, despite his insistence that he will indeed resign next February, it must still be a case of believing it when we actually see it—then he handed out a few...Show More Summary
FIFA President Joseph Blatter said that the support of the FIFA Executive Committee and its recent resolution backing Russian efforts are instrumental at the present geopolitical situation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia is on schedule for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and will provide full comfort and security for guests and participants alike.
Mexico's win over Panama in the 2015 Gold Cup semifinal on Wednesday has been shrouded in controversy, stemming from how both teams played and how the match was officiated. CONCACAF president Alfredo Hawit has issued a statement regarding...Show More Summary
Pedro Chaluja, the president of Panama’s soccer federation, told reporters that the outcome of Wednesday’s 2-1 loss to Mexico had been manipulated in retaliation for Panama’s not voting for Sepp Blatter in the recent FIFA presidential election.
Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu has heaped praise on Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal ahead of Saturday’s International Champions Cup match between the two sides in San Francisco. Bartomeu feels Van Gaal – who coached Barcelona during two separates stints … Continue reading ?
Panamanian Football Federation president Pedro Chaluja thinks the nation's Gold Cup loss to Mexico on Wednesday was fixed as a result of its vote against Sepp Blatter in the FIFA elections. He's now seeking an investigation from both...Show More Summary
Russia 2018 World Cup Organization Committee head Alexei Sorokin thinks that FIFA's resigning President Joseph Blatter is a victim of the FIFA corruption process.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is "a victim", according to the man in charge of the Russia 2018 World Cup.
Lou Lamoriello has resigned as team president of the New Jersey Devils to become the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. While Lamoriello was Devils GM from 1987 to 2015, the team won three Stanley Cups and made 21 playoff appearances. Show More Summary
Lou Lamoriello, who crafted the New Jersey Devils teams that won three Stanley Cups over his 28-year tenure, has resigned as the Devils’ team president to become general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the teams announced Thursday. Lamoriello, who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009, had been the team’s president […]