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Super Bowl halftime: From college marching bands to Madonna

Feb 03, 2012

Super Bowl halftime: From college marching bands to Madonna

Pop superstar Madonna said it is a dream come true to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday and concedes she is feeling pressured at the prospect of singing in front of the huge live television audience. #Madonna #Indianapolis #SuperBowl2012 #Super Bowl #Halftime show #American Football League

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Super Bowl halftime: From college marching bands to Madonna

Jul 21, 2014

6 South Americans refuse to return to Donetsk club

(AP) -- Six South Americans -- five Brazilians and one Argentine -- have refused to return to Ukraine to play for their football club in the troubled city of Donetsk, risking possible fines and suspensions for breach of contract. The players remained... #Mircea Lucescu #Shakhtar Donetsk #Dentinho #Dynamo Kyiv
Super Bowl halftime: From college marching bands to Madonna

Jul 14, 2014

Adidas spends $1.3 billion for Manchester United sponsorship after Nike backs away

Manchester United has secured the most lucrative kit deal in football, announcing that Adidas has agreed to pay $1.3 billion over 10 years to take over the sponsorship from Nike. The deal, worth $128 million a year from 2015, was announced after Nike... #Nike #Chevrolet #Manchester United #Adidas #Barclays Premier League
Super Bowl halftime: From college marching bands to Madonna

Jun 25, 2014

US counting on Tim Howard in goal against Germany

(AP) -- Tim Howard rarely makes it through a game without accepting multiple celebratory embraces from relieved American teammates. It happens almost every time the U.S. goalkeeper launches his solid, 6-foot-3 frame to make spectacular saves -- divin... #California #Kasey Keller #Cristiano Ronaldo #Tim Howard #Chelsea F.C. #Petr Čech #Manaus, Brazil