Sports Governance

The Latest: Ohio court considers lawsuit over concussions

Apr 11, 2018

The lawyer for the widow of a former University of Notre Dame football player has told the Ohio Supreme Court a lawsuit over the effect of concussions on the player should be allowed to proceed

FIFA looks for $25 billion, 12-year deal for new tournaments

Apr 11, 2018

FIFA is planning to team up with Saudi Arabian, Chinese and American investors in a $25 billion, 12-year deal that could add two major international tournaments to an already crowded soccer calendar

2 for 22: McCutchen walks off SF again, this time vs D-backs

Apr 11, 2018

Andrew McCutchen hit a bases-loaded single for his second walk-off of his first homestand at AT&T Park, lifting the San Francisco Giants over the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-4

Molina, Lovullo each suspended 1 game for weekend fracas

Apr 11, 2018

St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo both have been suspended one game for their dustup over the weekend

Career Grand Slams typically happens sooner, not later

Apr 10, 2018

Golf Notes: A historical view of career Grand Slam; Poulter's perks extend beyond going to Masters; PGA Tour's new advertising slogan

Morocco takes FIFA to court to recruit Spain's El Haddadi

Apr 10, 2018

The Moroccan soccer federation is taking FIFA to court in the hopes of recruiting Spain forward Munir El Haddadi before the World Cup

Kathy Carter leaving post at Soccer United Marketing

Apr 9, 2018

Kathy Carter is quitting the marketing arm of Major League Soccer after failing in her bid to become the U.S. Soccer Federation president

OFC appoints lawyer to probe 'potential wrongdoing'

Apr 9, 2018

OFC appoints lawyer to probe 'potential wrongdoing' after FIFA audit, delays presidential election

Competitive soccer finally returns to Iraq on Tuesday

Apr 9, 2018

Competitive international soccer returns to Iraq on Tuesday less than a month after FIFA lifted a near 3-decade-long ban on the country

FIFA VP quits amid audit into confederation irregularities

Apr 6, 2018

David Chung resigned on Friday as a FIFA vice president and a member of its ruling council after an audit of the Oceania confederation he led found "potential irregularities" and funding was cut by soccer's world governing body

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