From the editor: The root to the fruit

From the editor: The root to the fruit

In the second instalment of a new weekly column, SportsPro editor Eoin Connolly ponders the lost magic of the FA Cup and what it will take to restore some of its former lustre.

17 February 2017 | By Eoin Connolly

Daily_Deal 20-02-17

Daily_Deal 20-02-17

17 February 2017 | By George Dudley

Arris renews with Joe Gibbs Racing

Arris renews with Joe Gibbs Racing

17 February 2017 | By George Dudley

Park Sung-Hyun agrees major sponsorship deal

Park Sung-Hyun agrees major sponsorship deal

17 February 2017 | By George Dudley

Gold Coast 2018 partners with Isentia

Gold Coast 2018 partners with Isentia

17 February 2017 | By George Dudley

Under Armour signs Fraser Forster

Under Armour signs Fraser Forster

17 February 2017 | By George Dudley

CDF appoints Lagardère Sports in soccer deal

CDF appoints Lagardère Sports in soccer deal

17 February 2017 | By Adam Nelson

The Moorings Named as an Official Charter Yacht Supplier of the 35th America’s Cup

The Moorings Named as an Official Charter Yacht Supplier of the 35th America’s Cup

17 February 2017 | By George Dudley

Western Bulldogs go back to Victoria University

Western Bulldogs go back to Victoria University

17 February 2017 | By Adam Nelson

FedEx and ATP extend partnership

FedEx and ATP extend partnership

17 February 2017 | By Adam Nelson

SPORTELAmerica reveals 2017 conference programme

SPORTELAmerica reveals 2017 conference programme

17 February 2017 | By George Dudley

Press Association

Press Association

17 February 2017 | By Yewande Aruleba

Friday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: MMA, shinty and more

Friday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: MMA, shinty and more

17 February 2017 | By Eoin Connolly

SportsPro Magazine 48

SportsPro Magazine 48

17 February 2017 | By Simione Talanoa

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SP005753

17 February 2017 | By Yewande Aruleba

The other end of London: Sutton United’s FA Cup moment

The other end of London: Sutton United’s FA Cup moment

On Monday, non-league English soccer club Sutton United face the highest-profile game in their history: an FA Cup fifth round match against Premier League giants Arsenal. SportsPro travelled to the team's Ganders Green Lane stadium to speak with chairman Bruce Elliott about Sutton's history and where this season’s improbable journey will take them.

17 February 2017 | By Dipo Faloyin