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  • McGwire comes clean on steroids during orchestrated media campaign

    12 January 2010 Mark McGwire is the former Major League Baseball player who was part of the  1998 run chase with Sammy Sosa to break Roger Maris’ single-season home run record. McGwire hit 70 to break the record that year, before Barry Bonds broke it with 73 in 2001; and both men’s achievements swirled in […]

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    Privacy policy 11 January 2010 This privacy policy sets out how Sporting Intelligence Limited uses and protects any information that you give us when you use this website. Sporting Intelligence Limited is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using […]

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  • United profits soar due to Ronaldo sale as Glazers seek debt financing

    11 January 2010 Manchester United’s holding company, Red Football Ltd, today announced pre-tax profits of £48.2m for the financial year to the end of June 2009, a year-on-year turnaround from comparable losses of £21.4m in the year to June 2008. The £80m sale of Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid in the summer underpinned the latest […]

  • African Nations Cup kicks off with “biggest comeback ever”

    10 January 2010 The African Nations Cup was marred before it started by Friday’s terrorist attack on Togo – who have left on the orders of their government – but the attention turned back to the football this evening, when the tournament opener turned out to be one of the most incredible games ever seen. […]

  • Rival bidders eye control of West Ham “within weeks”

    By Nick Harris 10 January 2010 West Ham’s Icelandic owners look likely to sell the club before the end of January, with at least two rival bidders “at an advanced stage of the due diligence process”, according to a source familiar with the situation. The source added that “negotiations are ongoing with more than one […]

  • Premier League stars not insured for Angola dangers

    By Nick Harris 9 January 2010 The majority of the footballers at the African Nations’ Cup are uninsured by their national associations for “catastrophic” events including terrorist attacks and kidnapping. The responsibility for such insurance thus falls onto individual clubs, and several Premier League players currently in Angola for the tournament are not covered because […]

  • Togo players shot en route to the African Nations Cup

    8 January 2010 Terrorist gunmen in Angola – host nation for the 2010 Africa Nations Cup, which starts on Sunday – today shot and wounded members of Togo’s team and their support staff, two of them “seriously”, as they travelled by coach through the host country. The central defender Serge Akakpo, 22, who plays in […]

  • Higgins hungry for Masters as snooker starts new era with fresh appetite

    8 January 2010 The first snooker tournament of the new year and a new era starts on Sunday at Wembley arena when The Masters gets underway. The old regime at World Snooker –  the commercial arm of the WPBSA governing body – was swept away last month when Sir Rodney Walker was deposed as chairman. […]

  • Blues boost hopes for promoted trio’s safety

    By Brian Sears 8 January 2009 The statistical omens look exceptionally promising for Birmingham’s survival in the Premier League this season, and they also suggest that all three of the sides promoted last May – Burnley and Wolves being the others – can avoid the drop. No promoted club that has amassed as many as […]

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