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Super Bowl XLIII Entertainment - Get your 3D glasses Ready

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[Best Syndication News] NBC’s Today show host, Matt Lauer, will be interviewing President Barrack Obama around 2 p.m. Pacific time. Even though Al Roker claimed the first interview with the new President right after the inauguration, when Obama said something to him as he was walking by. During the interview there was a time when Obama's audio was blank. Lauer pointed out that Obama has slipped on the rock star celebrity status as Jessica Simpson's weight gain has taken his place.

The pre game entertainment will be Faith Hill will singing “America the Beautiful.” Afterwards will follow former ‘American Idol’ contestant and actress-singer, Jennifer Hudson, who will be performing the national anthem. This is Hudson’s first public appearance since her mother, brother and nephew were murdered back in October, 2008.

The half-time entertainment for Super Bowl 43 will be Bruce Springsteen. The joke going around is how Springsteen will be able to keep his performance to under 12 minutes as he likes to talk a lot between songs.

SuperBowl XLIII Pre-Game Information – Odds of Pittsburg Steelers Over Arizona Cardinals – History of AFC and NFC

SuperBowl XLIII Pre-Game Information – Odds of Pittsburg Steelers Over Arizona Cardinals – History of AFC and NFC

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(Best Syndication News) Although Las Vegas is picking the Steelers to win Superbowl 43, most Americans now favor the Cardinals. But odds makers don’t pick a team because they are the underdog darling. They look at statistics, teams, before handicapping the game.

Odds and Favorites

Pittsburg will still need to perform to win. They need to rush the passer on defense and run the ball on offense. During the regular season they were able to do that and they are likely to do that on Superbowl Sunday. If the Steelers can not put the pressure on Cardinal quarterback Kurt Warner, expect the QB to get comfortable and start completing passes. Warner is known for sitting in his pocket and finding the gaps in coverage.

Ramon Calderon Steps Down As Real Madrid President

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After two and a half years in the job, Ramon Calderon has resigned from his position as president of popular Spanish football club Real Madrid, after allegations of a vote-rigging scandal. Vice president Vicente Boluda has now taken over as the club's president for the remainder of the 2008/09 season, with the next election to be held in the summer of 2009.

Calderon was elected into office in July 2006 to replace Luis Gomez-Montejano, beating Juan Palacios by a narrow margin in the voting to become Real Madrid's 17th president. When running for president, Calderon promised the signings of Chelsea's Arjen Robben, AC Milan's Kaka and Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas, but in his time at Real Madrid, Calderon was only joined by Robben from that list.

Geared up for the Australian Open 2009

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The stage is set or should we say the court is ready for the Asian Pacific Grand Slam. The first one of the 4 mega competitions that really matters to the game of tennis is set to begin on the 19th of January 2009.

And what an event it shall be – with no clear choices for the winners the speculations are high and most people betting for Andy Murray this time in the men’s singles category – the ladies side too does not have any clear favourites. Sharapova has pulled out and Lindsay Davenport too has opted out because of her second pregnancy – that basically leaves us with the Williams sisters and the Serbians – Ivanovic and Jancovic.

The Williams sisters might have more than one trophy in their bags when they bid adieu to Melbourne Park after the Australian Open – they are a safe bet for the doubles as well.

The International Language of Football

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As one of the most popular sports on earth, football has been keeping millions of people entertained across the globe for the best part of a century now. However, it has actually existed in some shape or form since as far back as the third century; the ancient game of Cuju – literally ‘Kick Ball’ - was played throughout many parts of Asia.

Indeed, the sport has existed in various forms throughout the centuries, but it wasn’t until 1863 when the English Football Association (FA) was formed, that the precise rules of play were ratified and now – over a century and a half later – the sport continues to go from strength to strength across the globe.

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