Monthly Archives: May 2018

Unifying PGA and European Tours ‘to be aspired to’ but complicated and controversial

As many of Europe’s elite golfers arrive at Wentworth, the boss of the lucrative PGA Tour in the US is suggesting a unified world tour is what the game should be “aspiring to”.

Speaking to BBC Sport, Jay Monahan, who took over as commissioner of the American circuit last year, believes the game is in “a pretty remarkable time” and that a coming together of rival tours is “a possibility”……….Read More

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A Champions League final primer for the World Cup fan

The Champions League final is, of course, a big deal. It’s the culmination of the European football season. It’s the biggest fixture that the club game has. And as an added bonus, this year’s finalists, Liverpool and Real Madrid, who play Saturday, are exciting and interesting in hopefully complementary ways……………….Read More

Aaron Rodgers: I don’t know why you’d cut Jordy and bring in Dez

Aaron Rodgers was unhappy when the Packers released Jordy Nelson, and it doesn’t make sense to the quarterback that the team would replace Nelson with another high-priced receiver…………….Read More