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UK-based sports reporter for The Associated Press, covering the news, politics & finances of sport & games. Broadcast appearances too. Previously general news

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Infantino would hire non-European to run FIFA administration

bigstory.ap.org — LONDON (AP) - Gianni Infantino will not appoint a fellow European to run the FIFA administration if he is elected president, indicating he wants an African to fill the role of secretary-general. The Swiss-Italian candidate, who is UEFA's general secretary, said he would quickly seek to replace the fired Jerome Valcke if he wins the Feb.
Feb 01, 2016

Mourinho tells me why he backs @Gianni_2016 for FIFA president. (security blocked follow-up questions) bigstory.ap.org/article/d3f150…

Feb 01, 2016

INTERVIEW: Infantino reveals he's consulting Platini during FIFA campaign & admits he isn't sure who now runs FIFA bigstory.ap.org/article/d3f150…

Feb 02, 2016

FIFA candidate Infantino on Michel Platini: "Definitely I am speaking with him." Interview: bigstory.ap.org/article/d3f150… pic.twitter.com/80MOWMV9TD

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Williams feels like 'little girl' in F1, wants to be braver - Valdosta Daily Times: National Sports

valdostadailytimes.com — "Our sport is very male dominated and sometimes I am the only girl in the room," Williams said at a Sport Industry Group event for future leaders. "I sit in a room with the likes of (F1 commercial supremo) Bernie Ecclestone, (FIA President) Jean Todt, (Red Bull's) Christian Horner, (Mercedes') Toto Wolf.

Williams feels like 'little girl' in F1, wants to be braver - Ottumwa Courier: Region

ottumwacourier.com — "Our sport is very male dominated and sometimes I am the only girl in the room," Williams said at a Sport Industry Group event for future leaders. "I sit in a room with the likes of (F1 commercial supremo) Bernie Ecclestone, (FIA President) Jean Todt, (Red Bull's) Christian Horner, (Mercedes') Toto Wolf.

Williams feels like 'little girl' in F1, wants to be braver

bigstory.ap.org — LONDON (AP) - Claire Williams still feels like a "little girl" during talks with the male-dominated titans of Formula One and she has set herself a mission for the new season: Be braver and fight more for her team. The 39-year-old Williams is preparing for her fourth season as deputy team principal of Williams, in day-to-day control under her father Frank.
Jan 28, 2016

F1 team boss Claire Williams on feeling like "little girl" in male-dominated sport & wanting to be braver bigstory.ap.org/article/05cd74… #SINextGen

Jan 28, 2016

#F1 Claire Williams mission to "eradicate this badge we have of 'underdog' because ... it can be very demoralising" bigstory.ap.org/article/05cd74…

The Virginian-Pilot

hosted.ap.org — LONDON (AP) -- The head of the Bundesliga welcomed discussions about revamping the Champions League on Wednesday, seeing a potential European Super League as beneficial for German clubs. The Associated Press reported last week that the European Club Association is discussing whether to lobby UEFA to turn Europe's elite competition into an American-style league that could remove the need for leading clubs to qualify.

Bundesliga CEO says European Super League could help Germany - Valdosta Daily Times: National Sports

valdostadailytimes.com — LONDON (AP) - The Bundesliga chief executive has welcomed discussions about revamping the Champions League, saying a European Super League can be beneficial for German clubs. The Associated Press reported last week that the European Club Association is discussing whether to lobby UEFA to turn Europe's elite competition into an American-style league that could remove the need for leading clubs to qualify.

Bundesliga CEO says European Super League could help Germany - Ottumwa Courier: Region

Bundesliga CEO says European Super League could help Germany

bigstory.ap.org — LONDON (AP) - The Bundesliga chief executive has welcomed discussions about revamping the Champions League, saying a European Super League can be beneficial for German clubs. The Associated Press reported last week that the European Club Association is discussing whether to lobby UEFA to turn Europe's elite competition into an American-style league that could remove the need for leading clubs to qualify.
Jan 27, 2016

Bundesliga chief welcomes Champions League revamp talks, saying a European Super League can boost German clubs bigstory.ap.org/article/9cc016…

Associated Press

hosted2.ap.org — The IAAF ethics commission said in a statement to The Associated Press that it will be "considering these matters raised by Ed Warner" at the committee "in accordance with the commission's procedures."
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Feb 07, 2016

@ben_rumsby @PhilippeAuclair @james_corbett blatter banned from congress. FIFA can refuse accreditation. Formal election circulars published

Feb 06, 2016

RT @CalvinBook: £300,000 for executive box. Loyalty criminally undervalued. My @IndyFootball column on lessons of #lfc protests t.co/82sCSjpdFA

Feb 06, 2016

@SimonEcky @JaiP72 speed. writing post-1992 avoided lengthy checks of BBC stat that it's 1985 when Spurs were 2nd at this point.

Feb 06, 2016

@SimonEcky @JaiP72 easier in this case ... Also there's a different meaning to finishing 2nd (3rd, 4th) due to CL places

Feb 06, 2016

@LMorgan21 indeed. he's got the power and privileged position - should be seen to be using it in public for the good of sport.

Feb 06, 2016

@LMorgan21 and seems scared of singling out governing bodies by name

Feb 06, 2016

Many photoshoots & PR but Bach, as world sport boss, rarely addresses big, serious issues affecting sport directly twitter.com/iocmedia/statu…

Feb 06, 2016

First time in the Premier League era that Spurs have been 2nd in the table in the 2nd half of the season?

Feb 06, 2016

Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores said it was "completely impossible" at times against Spurs. Table: Leicester, Spurs, Man City, Arsenal


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