It would be naïve to suggest that the Premier League and Champions League could be still out of reach for Arsenal. The team is putting all its weight behind it efforts at winning the FA cup. This certainly is very important to salvage some pride and reputation for this great club. It is also beyond reasonable doubt that the for the second year in succession, Arsenal steps into the final of one of the world’s most sought after and oldest club competitions as a very big favorite because of many reasons. The FA Cup Final 2015 tickets on sale now banners are very much visible and all fans of Arsenal should take advantage and book their seats without any further delay.
A Few Reasons Why Arsenal Stands a Bright Chance
Things are much different for Arsenal compared to what they were in 2014. However, this Saturday could be the day for Arsenal as they take on Aston Villa at Wembley Stadium. Aston Villa has completed the season not so creditably and had to fight for relegation from the Premier League. Hence this certainly gives a big boost to Arsenal’s chances of winning this match quite handsomely. The pressure that was on them last time around will not be there for sure.
In the first (and much needed) really sure sign U2 are not planning to invade your playlist again, Bono has apologized for the failed album experiment during a recent Facebook fan Q&A. A little while later the band frontman’s fortunes turned even further to the worse, when a bike accident in New York’s Central Park sent him to the hospital where doctors now say he will require intensive therapy for recovery. Hopefully the accident will not affect their upcoming tour!
Bono: Mea Culpa on Album Spam
After U2 bassist Adam Clayton read out fan Harriet Madeline Jobson’s plea during a recent Facebook Q&A to “please never release an album… that automatically downloads ever again,” U2 guitarist the Edge doubled over in fits of laughter but Bono answered humbly from the heart: “Oops, I’m sorry about that.”
Sporting enthusiasts come in all shapes and sizes. From hockey to baseball to NASCAR to golf, merchandising companies are finding ways to give fans something they all can enjoy. Especially around Christmas time and the holidays, the stores sell variety of merchandise so their clientele can show support for their favorite teams. Other types of fan gear, accessories and apparel are available online and in stores. Choose the team and then personalize the item. The ideas are endless!
These days, the online variety of gifts and activities for sports fans, including live betting at Betsson, can actually be overwhelming if you are want to give your sports enthusiast a gift. Here’s a roundup of the best gifts for sports fans of 2013:
*Fantasy Football Apps – Fantasy Football fanatics are crazy about the new apps available for their smart phones and tablets. Apps are convenient and easy to use. Players can download the app, start building their teams and play against friends and family. These special apps allow people to play almost anywhere there is a viable internet connection.
*Jackets and Jerseys – Starter has brought back their signature satin jackets. Along with the many jerseys and other types of sporting apparel they offer, showing team spirit has never been easier or as fashionable.
*Racing Shotgun – Each year, many NASCAR drivers offer their fans a chance to ride shotgun for a few laps around the track at their hometown raceway. This is an ideal gift for the NASCAR fan who has more memorabilia than they know what to do with. A chance to circle the track with their favorite driver is a once in a lifetime experiences most individuals would love to take a shot at. Many drivers look forward to meeting their fans and sharing a portion of their world with them.
*Baseball Trading Card Fever – For decades baseball trading cards were all the rage. Children and adults collected trading cards and traded them with their friends. For small children trading cards were more valuable than money and were often used to trade for items among friends. For awhile, the popularity of baseball cards began to fall by the wayside. In recent years, trading cards have made a comeback. Vintage cards have found a resurgence in popularity among parents and grandparents who remember the fun and excitement associated with finding the one card they have been searching for.
*NBA League Pass – Basketball fans who can’t always make it to the game would enjoy an NBA League Pass. These packages allow the holder to be able to watch every game a team plays from the comfort of their own home. Similar packages are available for other sports as well, including hockey, football and NASCAR races.. League Pass packages turn the old tailgate party into an indoor party for family and friends to enjoy each others company and cheer on the home team.
Authentic signed helmets, tailgate party baskets and an unlimited number of items designed to promote team spirit offer support for the home team are available for almost every kind of sporting event, team or activity. Items that are endorsed by a team make excellent gifts that show the recipient their love of the game is truly appreciated.
Spoiler Alert!! Don’t read on if you haven’t watched the “Homeland” Season 3 Finale!!
Season 3 of “Homeland” has wrapped up, and many critics and fans haven’t been kind to the show. That’s not suprising, as it was hard to imagine an end to the Carrie/Brody storyline that would make all fans happy. That said, the entire season was a bit of a letdown after the first two spectacular seasons. The writers in one sense should be applauded for coming up with a plot centered on Iran that mirrored some of the events we’re seeing unfold in real life. Still, the entire season seemed forced. It’s as if they faced the “what’s next?” dilemma at the end of season 2. They had to create an entirely new drama and story centered around Brody being on the run. They also tried to keep Dana Brody and the rest of his family as part of the story, but that seemed a bit forced as well.
“Homeland” may be one of those shows that needs to have a very limited run.
Movie, sports and betting fans have one thing in common – they all enjoy a good sports gambling movie. Who can forget films like “Eight Men Out” which chronicled the 1919 Black Sox Scandal and starred John Cusack and rebel-rouser Charlie Sheen or fictional films like the Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey football thriller “Two For The Money”? Sports handicapping flicks make movie and casual sports fans wonder “can that actually happen?” while bettors believe “one day – that will be me”. The “sports betting in the movies” infographic below is for your entertainment – enjoy!