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Red Bull Salzburg Gets Its Wings
The Champions League has brought the perennial Austrian champion nothing but pain. This year, just reaching the group stage is a pleasure. But it’s also vindication for a vision.
Point. Smile. Click. Repeat.
Selfies are supplanting the signature as a sports collectible, and players on the U.S. women’s soccer team, who interact with their fans as much as any team in the world, are getting very, very good at taking them.
A Transfer Market Parable
Summer moves at Juventus were the latest example of a broken economy in which teams are selling players they should keep, and keeping players they would prefer to sell.