It is currently 75° in sunny South Florida and I can’t help but feel bad for Darren who, somehow, flew into Laguardia Airport this morning. While I’m sure he had to endure many delays, there were a plethora of stories this week to pass the time. The Eagles and Bills made a blockbuster trade sending LeSean […]
It’s Good For The Game!
This is a guest contribution from Matt Cohen, who recently completed an internship with Max Eppel Soccer Agency LLC and is currently engaged by Cassius Management’s Sports Division (www.cassiusmanagement.com) as a US intern. He lives in Southern California and has experience in the soccer market securing playing contracts and endorsement deals for players. As I’m […]
On the pitch, Chelsea is consistently one of the strongest clubs, but off the field the club has had its fair share of disputes. Most recently, the club received notice that they will lose the privilege of signing new players to their squad until January 2011. Chelsea has stated they plan to mount the strongest […]
Whether it is a performance-enhancing drug or recreational drug, doping in sport is frowned upon and dealt with very seriously. One of my former tutors at King’s College, Jonathan Taylor, was one of the lawyers at the tribunal for Martina Hingis’ trial. She had tested positive for cocaine and the subsequent ban that resulted effectively […]
The Wash Up
Game On! The worldwide presence of the MLB almost came to a grinding halt this week as the Boston Red Sox threatened to boycott their season opener against Oakland in Japan due to a pay dispute. But this wasn’t any old pay dispute. The players weren’t interested in an increase on their $40,000 appearance fee, […]