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Verizon FiOS TV adds WatchESPN for the Xbox

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(Best Syndication News) - Verizon FiOS TV customers can now get WatchESPN on their Microsoft Xbox 360 game consoles. Additionally, HD video of live broadcasts and events from ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, and ESPN Goal Line/Buzzer Beaters are accessible for Xbox LIVE Gold members. Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) made the announcement Tuesday.

The new addition will allow Verizon FiOS subscribers to watch popular ESPN shows, such as "SportsCenter," "PTI," "First Take," "NFL Live," "Baseball Tonight," "College GameDay," "Mike & Mike in the Morning," and more on their Xbox. Live sporting event broadcasts from the NFL, MLB, NBA, motor sports, soccer, golf, tennis, and more will now be delivered to the Xbox through ESPN.

World Cup Soccer Fans Photo Fun at Los Angeles Best Buy Stores

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(Best Syndication News) - If you love soccer, you might want to plan a weekend to get out to your local Los Angeles area Best Buy retail store to get a unique photo of you placed in a FIFA World Cup arena. Best Buy has a green screen set up at some of their stores were customers can get their picture taken and then they will place you in a FIFA World Cup themed background and will send you home with a printed out picture of this.

After you get home from your photo shoot at Best Buy you can go to www.cupisyours.com and then further customize your photo and select even more background. They will have a replica cover of ESPN's Magazines special issue of the World Cup. You can also select you standing next to the FIFA World Cup Trophy or standing out on the filed during a match.

The History Of Wembley Stadium

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Wembley Stadium is a name that every football fan will be familiar with. The brand new stadium is located on the same spot as the old one, which was originally opened in 1923.

As you would expect, both versions had their own nicknames by which they are commonly referred to. The original Wembley earned the name of the Twin Towers, which was due to the two chunky looking towers that were the distinctive feature of the original structure. Those towers became a familiar and welcome sight to many football fans over many decades. Many fans were sad to see them go in 2003, but they have since been replaced by a new and very different feature for the 21st century.

The new feature is known as the Wembley Arch. It is a whopping 133 metres high, and no matter where you are in London, if you have a good vantage point and the weather is clear, you will probably be able to see it.

Arsene Wenger: The Story of Mr Arsenal

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Arsene Wenger may enjoy an illustrious reputation as the most successful manager in Arsenal’s history, but the man himself enjoyed a much more inauspicious playing career before joining the London club in 1996.

Born in Strasbourg, France, Arsene Wenger began playing football for the nearby village football team of FC Duttlenheim before being recruited to play for regional amateur side AS Mutzig. While studying for a Master’s degree in Economics, Wenger played for several amateur football sides before turning professional in 1978, where he played for RC Strasbourg. His career as a professional player was short-lived, however, and upon attaining a manager’s diploma he was appointed coach of the club’s youth team.

Visiting Peru for Extreme Sports

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Indeed, when you think of Peru what often springs to mind are images of forgotten Inca temples, wild Amazon jungles and forgotten tribes. However, whilst Peru is renowned for its beautiful historical attractions, there is a new undercurrent of tourism growing in the popular South American travel destination.

As such, visitors are flocking to Peru to seek out the country's reputation for extreme sports; and one of the most popular of these sports is paragliding. Peru's beautiful mountainous terrain and vast unspoilt landscape provide scenic views that make it an unforgettable location for paragliding. What's more, low-turbulence laminar winds make Peru an ideal location for practicing those difficult paragliding manoeuvres that most weather conditions would not permit.

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