San Francisco 49ers’ confirm naming rights with Levi Strauss & co

The San Francisco 49ers’ stadium will now be known as the Levi Stadium after the naming rights were unanimously approved by the it was approved by the Santa Clara City Council.

The council which acts like the board for the stadium voted 7-0 that the stadium should be called the Levi Stadium and the big jeans company will have to pay $220 million over 20 years to have the stadium named the Levi stadium.

The San Francisco 49ers’ CEO Jed York said: ”It’s a testament to why we always thought this project would work, to anybody who every doubted this project would happen, these numbers speak for themselves.”

The Stadium that cost $1.2 billion is scheduled to open for the 2014 season and is hot favourite to host the 2016 Super Bowl.

San Francisco Release Akers

San Francisco have released David Akers as they plan to rebuild a new fresh team. The news came when reports had suggested that the 49ers and Atlanta Falcons might not pursue the New York Jets’ Revis.

David Akers had previously recorded 297 points in two seasons having made 73 of 94 field goal attempts and all 78 points after touchdowns.

However Akers struggled in 2012 having connected only 29 of 42 field goal attempts. Also the 49ers brought in Billy Cundiff during Akers pelvic area so all the signs of him potentially being release where always there.

Akers had a $3 million salary so it will be good for the 49ers to clear their wage bill.

A source has told ”He’s gone,This is happening. They’re moving him. They can’t keep him. They’re rebuilding. They’re starting fresh.”


Two Mistakes Cost the New York Jets of AFC Playoff Contention

The New York Jets Crashed out of the AFC after losing 14-10 to Tennessee Titans.

The New York Jets were looking to beat Tennessee and were well on to there way to doing so but two late mistakes. Mark Sanchez who was at the cause for the mistakes had one of his worst performances of his career and cost the Jets.

Tennessee lead the game 7-3 at half time but the Jets managed to fight their way back into the game but this was not good enough has Tennessee took advantage after with a 13-yard run by Titans quarterback Jake Locker.

Mark Sanchez came under fire for his poor performance after only connecting 13 of 28 passes so he is under a lot of pressure to up his game.


Celtic Vs Real Madrid friendly in U.S.A

Celtic have established that they will be playing real Madrid on august 11th in Philadelphia.this match is part of the 2012 world football challenge which is in north America.

Other teams that are taking part in this are: Liverpool, Chelsea, AC Milan, Juventus and Paris St Germain, along with Major League Soccer sides, LA Galaxy, DC United, Seattle Sounders and Toronto.

Celtic are very pleased to have a match in the US, he hopes this will get the team more fans and get their name out there with the title of Scottish league champions.

“We look forward to coming up against Jose Mourinho again and competing against some of the world’s greatest players at Real Madrid. It is right that we do all we can to give our supporters the opportunity to see the team play and, in doing so, promote all that is great about Celtic and Scottish football.” said Peter Lawwell, the Parkhead club’s chief executive

Rangers sale agreed – American’s dream comes true as Miller enters the Ibrox hotseat

Bill Miller could complete his purchase of Rangers by the end of the season after Administrators named the American businessman as preferred bidder.

And Miller has promised to end the culture of overspending at the club.

Miller is seeking to buy the assets of the club, which could have debts of up to £135million, and form a new company while bidding to take the current club out of administration.

Miller released a statement through the club which described his opportunity to buy “one of the UK’s most venerable football clubs” as a “great honour and privilege”.

The American added: “What Rangers have been put through, particularly in recent months, is a travesty and from what I can see they have been badly let down by a number of individuals.

“This will not happen on my watch should I become the custodian of this great club.

“Under my stewardship, Rangers will be managed with fiscal discipline such that the club not only conforms to Uefa financial fair play regulations but also such that Rangers will never have to suffer this kind of anguish again.”

Rangers take on Motherwell at Ibrox tomorrow in McCoist’s side’s penultimate game of a troubled season.

until Monday, May 14 anyway.

Miller’s success was announced in a statement from Administrators Duff and Phelps, which read: “We are delighted to announce that we have received an unconditional bid for the business and assets of Rangers Football Club plc from Mr Bill Miller which has been accepted and he is now the preferred bidder.


Marlow Wolves start fast in American Football league

MARLOW Wolves have made a flying start in their bid to qualify all three teams for the BritBowl this summer.

The Juniors were the squad dragging their heels, but after a difficult season last year they have begun 2012 in spectacular fashion with three wins out of four on the opening day.

A 15-7 reverse to Coventry Cougars looked like continuing a trend, but they ripped up the script after that with superb victories over London Blitz, Studley Bearcats and Chorley Buccanneers.

Meanwhile, the Cadets kept up their end of the bargain with four straight wins on the first day.

Coventry Cougars, Studley Bearcats, Coventry Jets and Chorley Buccanneers were all beaten as both Marlow teams ended the day top of their leagues.

They are next in action in three weeks, when the kitted squad also kick off their season.

The London Blitz celebrate victory – American Football

THE London Blitz emerged victorious from their first ever outing in the European Football League with a narrow victory away to Paris Flash de la Courneuve at the Stade Géo André.

American football’s equivalent of the Champions League, the incredibly close encounter saw the Finsbury Park-based side win by a single point to put them in the driving seat in their group.

An almighty scramble ensued with no fewer than three Blitz players all chasing after the ball as it bobbled into the end zone. Number 16, Russell Jordan jumped up from the pile with the ball to open the scoring, while kicker Jimmy Wyatt converted the extra point.

The home team got the score they were looking for when wide receiver Steve Delaval made the catch, but the Paris kicker hit the post.

The Blitz will now be looking to show more of the same fighting spirit when they host the Pioneers on Saturday at Finsbury Park.