Spain's Marquez wins German MotoGP

Spanish rookie Marc Marquez earned his second win of the season with victory at the German MotoGP at Sachsenring on Sunday to go top of the championship standings.

The 20-year-old hit the front early and built up his lead to claim victory with Britain's Cal Crutchlow second and six-times world MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi third thailand real estate.

Marquez's winning time was 41min 14.653sec over the 30 laps with Crutchlow 1.559s back and Rossi coming home more than nine seconds further back.

With title leaders Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo both absent after collarbone injuries, pole sitter Marquez lost ground at the start to find himself fourth by the first bend.

But he hit back, taking the lead from home hero Stefan Bradl along the main straight on the third lap.

Marquez, in his first MotoGP campaign, was following up his Grand Prix of the Americas victory in Texas in April. He has finished on the podium in all seven races he has finished in 2013, his retirement at the Italian MotoGP the only blot.

Victory allowed Marquez to overtake compatriot and Honda teammate Pedrosa, who was forced out after fracturing his collarbone in Saturday's practice, to go top of the world standings with 138 points - two clear of Pedrosa.

Reigning world champion Lorenzo was ruled out of the race on Friday, when he injured the same left collarbone he broke two weeks ago and underwent surgery on Saturday in Barcelona to reinsert a supporting plate.

"I'm happy, it's great to win, but you shouldn't forget that both Pedrosa and Lorenzo weren't here," said Marquez.

"I hadn't expected to control the race like that ."

Both Yahama Tech 3's Crutchlow and Rossi on the Yahama factory bike complained about losing grip on their rear tyres, but the British rider produced a brave performance after twice crashing in Friday's practice session.

"I was trying to catch him (Marquez). I had a good start, even though it might not have looked like it. I struggled a bit with the rear tyre," said Crutchlow who raced with an injured hand.

"I am pleased with the finish position we had here, having come off the floor twice on Friday.

"It's not been a great weekend and I admit I don't feel great."

Rossi, who picked up his first win for three years a fortnight ago in Assen, admitted he had hoped to finish higher.

"I am happy, but I had thought I'd do better," said the 34-year-old.

"I had a few problems with the rear tyres - we just have to keep working hard."

Embattled CSKA Sofia find new owners

Debt-ridden CSKA Sofia, one of Bulgaria's most popular football clubs, finally managed to find new owners to snatch it from the brink of insolvency on Wednesday, the club said machine made sequin embroidery.

"Today we signed an agreement to transfer the ownership of CSKA to the group 'Red Champions.' The club's shares were already deposed with the buyer," a statement on CSKA's website said.

The "Red Champions" initiative - comprising seven businessmen and keen CSKA fans who refused to be named - will take over all operations at the club as of Thursday, even though the deal still requires approval by Bulgaria's competition watchdog, the club added.

The new owners have said they will cover 10-11 million leva ($A7.1-$A7.9 million) - or about half - of CSKA's debts to its players and to the Bulgarian tax authorities.

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The move rescues the club from the brink of insolvency after what media called the most dramatic episode in the 31-time Bulgarian champions' history.

Fans almost lost hope after Bulgarian and Barcelona legend Hristo Stoichkov said on Monday that he was quitting just over a month after taking over as coach, citing the former owners' "endless lies" that they would find money for the club.

Uncertainty over CSKA's fate less than two weeks before the start of the new season also prompted angry rallies by fans in Sofia and outside the headquarters of the Bulgarian Football Union in recent weeks.

CSKA has been hit by severe financial difficulties and frequent changes of coach in recent years and fans counted on Stoichkov to save the club.

A representative of the new owners, Aleksander Todorov, told state BNT television this week that ex-manager and crowd favourite Stoycho Mladenov had agreed to return as coach Asian college of knowledge management.

This would be the fourth stint at CSKA's helm for the 56-year-old, who has already led the side to two Bulgarian league titles, in 2003 and 2008.


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