UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow visited Lebanon to meet with some of the estimated 200000 Syrian refugees living in host communities throughout the co…
(PRWEB) October 27, 2010
Hot on the heels of Lifting The Lid On Heathrow Airport, digital out-of-home events group The Screen has announced it is to turn the spotlight to the world of stadiums and arenas for its next event; Stadium Media – DOOH & The Crowd.
To be held on 18th November, this next installment in The Screens popular series of breakfast briefings, will see the cream of the UKs digital signage industry sharing their knowledge and experience on how digital out-of-home is set to transform our major sports and entertainment arenas.
With their vast, highly targeted… Continue reading
At the World Cup this summer, both England and France fans were dealt some disappointing blows. Sure, the details of what happened in the squads may be different. Arguably, what happened to France was by far worse. While England merely fizzled out (with a few sparks-both good and bad) during the tournament, France exploded. I don’t want to go into details for fear of triggering any post-traumatic stress symptoms fans may still have. So I encourage you to read this (France) and this (England) post at your own risk. World Cup Blog assumes no responsibility for any rage,… Continue reading
The Dallas Cowboys helmet design consists of a vertical stripe of blue-white-blue with a very unique silver and blue star that is famous in all America. A Dallas Cowboys helmet is a great collection item for many fans, particularly if it is signed by one of the players. Design is not a singular peculiarity here as the Cowboys are the only NFL team that add the player’s name under the helmet stripe. Cowboys’ history has seen several modifications of the helmet, and the first color variations go in the 70s. Back then, instead of blue-white-blue, the Dallas Cowboys helmet had… Continue reading
All great things are born from flying beer bottles.
- How to speak Finnish football. (Nordic Football)
- The Honduran World Cup impact. (BBC)
- Risking it all for a bit of football. (The Global Game)
- And Ronaldo’s displeased with sharing the spotlight. (Dirty Tackle)
- Someone’s not a fan of the Nike ad. (guardian)
- Pre-WC friendlies broadcast in the US. (Avoiding The Drop)
- Big Phil now accepting phone calls, paychecks. (Unprofessional Foul)
In doing the Portuguese history I popped across this video of Eusebio in his prime – the prime of his prime, even – running rampant all over England in ‘66, and it needs a spotlight. In a word: peerless. Nine goals led the tournament and earned him a wax statue at Madame Tussaud’s tells part of the story, but the gap of quality between he and those around him – Pele was quite injured – was simply staggering: bursting by defenders as though they weren’t really there; running full lengths of the half before stopping on a dime and cutting… Continue reading