I can explain. This morning, I went to the official UEFA website to look at their stream for the
draw, but my desire to view this tasteful spectacle was dashed against the flying rocks from James
Cameron's political science fiction blockbusterÂ Avatar (That was an enjoyable figure of speech,
regardless of relevance.
This coming Sunday, the battle lines will be clearly ear-marked as the Gunners face the 'Red
Dolls' on their own turf i.e. the Emirates. Unlike the last few seasons, when the fixture was of
not much consequence, it will be this time, if bare statistics are to be kept in mind.
On the fewÂ occasionsÂ that we'veÂ sat at pitch levelÂ duringÂ a football match, we've always
been amazed atÂ theÂ stunningÂ lack of depth perception you getÂ compared toÂ sitting higher up.
From thisÂ ground levelÂ perspective, you canÂ hardlyÂ see the space between players; everyone
seems to be steppingÂ on each other's toes.
12 aÃ±os despues de "Titanic" James Cameron vuelve como director con la pelicula "Avatar". Segun lo
que leo dicen que esta pelicula va a cambiar a Hollywood para siempre... igual dijeron de
"waterworld" y hasta ahora Kevin Costner sigue buscando su carrera.
Match Of The Day unveiled their new opening credits August 14th after the opening day
of the Premier League season. The staple of English football, shown on BBC 1 on Saturday evenings,
remains one of the most popular shows in the United Kingdom. And deservedly so as it does a grand
job of featuring all of the highlights from the day's games.
On July 30 2009, Fulham began their epic UEFA Europa League journey with a qualifying match
against Lithuanian side FK Vetra.
If you had put money on them reaching the final back then, you'd be a very rich person now, but
not as wealthy as Fulham chairman Mohamed Al-Fayed.
Along the way, the Cottagers have brushed past the likes of Roma, holders Shakhtar Donetsk,
Juventus, German champions Wolfsburg and finally, Hamburg in the semi-final, also the host city of
Fulham's first major final since the 1975 FA Cup clincher.
If you're going to see James Cameron's clunky, moralising, overblown sci-fi epic 'Avatar', may I be
so bold as to suggest you keep hold of those stupid 3D glasses you need to watch the film.Because
those (cough) innovators in sports television, ESPN, are going to be showing 3D matches, starting
with what is sure to be a riveting tie between South Africa and Mexico at the 2010 World Cup
When you're a footballing superstar, world champion, European champion, local icon and about to
marry an attractive young woman, I suppose you get to have whatever kind of James Cameron-esque
wedding video you damn well please, and then post them on the internet. Jesus Navas took full
It was reminiscent of something from a bygone era, a sepia-toned memory brought into living colour,
like a remake of a 1930â€²s CinecittÃ movie directed by James Cameron. More than anything it was a
signal that, although seemingly everything has changed in recent times, there is a very real sense
that things are very much the way they were.
It's a strange thing, but must admit that I had a dream about Thomas Vermaelen. No. Not one of
But since I haven't seen him play in so long, he showed up everywhere, like in 'Being John
Malkovich'. His face was plastered on every body as though it were some elaborate CGI joke
masterminded by James Cameron.
For those of you living under a rock, the name in the title does not refer to the newest world
in James Cameron's sequel to Avatar. Bursaspor is a TurkishÂ club, and a term which must have shot
up on the Google statistics over theÂ past two days ever sinceÂ they got drawn with us in the
Champions League group stages.
The thirteen year-old boy in me is beyond geeked for this film. I swear to God it's like James
Cameron has taken it upon himself to exorcise the demons of Endor on behalf of all of us. So curse
you and your ewoks George Lucas, this is how you do "outer space military ops on a lush, jungle
planet inhabited by perceived primitives who will kick that human ass in the end".