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  • European soccer posts record revenues with the English Premier League leading the way

    The 92 professional soccer teams in the English Premier League (EPL) and the three divisions below have amassed a record £5.8 billion ($7.3 billion) in revenue during the 2017/18 season, topping the table of Europe's elite leagues.

  • Chelsea vs Arsenal, Europa League final 2019: Watch Olivier Giroud gives Blues lead in Baku

    The Frenchman gave the Blues the lead against his old club in the second-half

    The Independent
  • "Europe Will Not Be Europe"

    Authored by Guy Milliere via The Gatestone Institute, In the United Kingdom, the Brexit Party victory at 31.6% of the vote was a remarkable achievement that showed the persistent willingness of millions of Britons to leave the European Union. The "populist" positions -- the defense of national sovereignty and European civilization, refusal of uncontrolled immigration and diktats of Brussels technocrats -- have gained ground. The parties that have ruled Europe for decades obtained weak...

    Zero Hedge
  • London leads Europe for tech investment: study

    London is the top choice in Europe for venture capital investment in technology firms, according to a study by the promotion agency for the British capital. The city’s buoyant tech sector saw more than double the level of investment of its closest European rival Berlin in 2018 and so far this year, research commissioned by [

  • Soccer: African Champions League final to be replayed

    The second leg of the African Champions League final will be replayed after the original fixture was abandoned and the match awarded to Esperance after opponents Wydad Casablanca left the pitch following a disputed decision.

  • Thirdy Ravena leads D-League MVP race

    Cignal-Ateneo guard Thirdy Ravena together with the duo of RK Ilagan and Allyn Bulanadi from Valencia City Bukidnon–SSCR lead the race for the MVP award in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Developmental League. by John Bryan Ulanday
  • Soccer: Lampard could be man to lead Chelsea in new direction

    Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has hired some of the world's highest-profile managers during his 16-year reign, but relative rookie Frank Lampard is emerging as the favourite to occupy the Stamford Bridge hotseat.