Premier League appoints new chairman - 26 Apr 2013
The Premier League has announced Anthony Fry as its new chairman, taking effect from 1st June, after the chairman of Dairy Crest was unanimously endorsed. read more
Manchester United chief executive, David Gill, has revealed he will step down from his role with the Barclays Premier League leaders on 30th June, remaining a director of the club, with executive vice chairman Ed Woodward set to assume CEO responsibilities. read more
The Golden Lions Rugby Union have announced Manie Booysen as the new chief executive officer of the Union, adding that Booysen’s prior experience and success in managing organisations and companies where change and strategic development were essential for future existence and growth as a key factor in the decision. read more
Glasgow 2014 is set to officially launch its volunteer programme for the Commonwealth Games, by accepting expressions of interest from next week. Around 15,000 people will be required to help put on the event, with interest expected to be high following the success of the 70,000 London 2012 Games Makers. read more
David Stern has informed the NBA’s Board of Governors that he will step down as NBA Commissioner on 1st February, 2014, 30 years to the date he took over the position. Stern also announced that the Board of Governors voted unanimously to accept his recommendation that Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver succeed him as Commissioner. read more
Football Association chairman David Bernstein has been unsuccessful in his attempt to extend his tenure beyond his 70th birthday next year, after the FA Council voted by 45 votes to 40 to reject a proposal to allow him to extend his contract to the end of the 2014 World Cup. read more
The new board of Cricket South Africa has been announced and will be constituted at the annual general meeting later this month, after the Board of Directors of the sport’s national body completed its selection process of the five independent directors. read more
Lord Sebastian Coe is set to be elected unopposed as chairman of the British Olympic Association after his only opponent withdrew from the race. UK Sport is also welcoming a new addition to the team after appointing Simon Timson as its new performance director. read more
Sir Clive Woodward has announced his departure from the British Olympic Association (BOA), where he has been director of sport since 2006. Woodward, who coached England's rugby team to its 2003 Rugby World Cup win, worked for the BOA in the build-up to the Games in both Beijing 2008 and London 2012. read more
South Africa's Sam Ramsamy has been elected as the new President of the Confederation of African Swimming (CANA), succeeding Algeria's Mustapha Larfaoui, who had stepped down after holding the position since the creation of the organisation in 1972. read more
Mayor of London Boris Johnson is set to take over as chairman of the London Legacy Development Corporation, replacing Daniel Moylan who will head up a new aviation policy unit set up by Johnson in an attempt to try and attract more investment in the city. read more
You have just got to get them to the point where they really hate you. When you get to that point you sometimes make them think about something else -- a split second of concentration lapse that could give you a wicket.
New Zealand's Neil Wagner speaks of his bowling techniques ahead of the second test against England.