Being the live music capital of the World, Branson Missouri is packed full of theaters and shows for any vacationer to enjoy. Whether you are in the mood for some down-home bluegrass or country, or maybe even a comedy show, something can be found to meet your individual tastes. A perfect destination for families, Branson offers a wide range of wholesome shows in beautiful theaters that can spice up any family trip.Captivating Branson Shows and TheatersThe more than 100 live shows that take place in Branson each day require 52 theaters in which to entertain guests. Some of these theaters have unique stories and others are newer state of the art venues, but they all play a special part in bringing action and entertainment to Branson visitors.Dick Clark's American Bandstand TheaterEveryone knows the name Dick Clark, and now this classic icon brings you the best in musical entertainment within his massive theater. On most nights they are packed to capacity by visitors itching to see his … [Read more...] about Branson Theaters and Shows
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Cristiano Ronaldo opened United's scoring after 33 minutes of play, and substitute Ryan Giggs clinched the Premier League triumph 10 minutes from time with a nice finish from Wayne Rooney's pass. The win sent manager Sir Alex Ferguson dancing down the touch line at JJB Stadium in the rain.Chelsea, who could only pull off a 1-1 draw with Bolton and also surrendered to United's Premier League victory by two points, have qualified for the Champions league along with third-placed Arsenal and fourth-placed Liverpool. Everton placed fifth, and will take part in the Uefa next season. They'll be joined by Carling Cup winners Tottenham and either Portsmouth or Champion side Cardiff. An additional Uefa Cup place will be awarded to the best behaved Premier League team that has not already qualified for European competition, after England topped Europe's fair play rankings. Going into the final, Manchester City is in the lead for that race. Relegated teams include Derby, Reading and Birmingham.In … [Read more...] about UK Domestic Football 2007-08 Season Review
LiverpoolOdds: 8/1Last Five Seasons2005/06 - 3 (Premiership), 2004/05 - 5 (Premiership), 2003/04 - 4 (Premiership), 2002/03 - 5 (Premiership), 2001/02 - 2 (Premiership).2005/06 Cup ProgressUEFA Super Cup vs CSKA Moscow - won 3-1 after extra time.FIFA World Club Championship Final vs Sao Paulo - lost 1-0.Champions League Last 16 vs Benfica - lost 3-0 on aggregate.FA Cup Final vs West Ham United (n) - won 3-1 on penalties with the score at 3-3 after extra time.Carling Cup Third Round vs Crystal Palace (a) - lost 2-1.Top Goal Scorer 2005/06: Steven Gerrard (midfield) - 23 goals.Players InJermaine Pennant (Birmingham City - £6,700,000), Craig Bellamy (Blackburn Rovers - £6,000,000), Gabriel Paletta (Banfield - £2,000,000), Fabiano Aurelio (Valencia - Free).Players OutDietmar Hamann (Manchester City - £400,000), Bruno Cheyrou (Rennes - Undisclosed), Carl Medjani (Lorient - Undisclosed), David Raven (Carlisle United - Free), Ramon Calliste (Scunthorpe United - Free), … [Read more...] about Premiership Season Preview 2006/07 – Liverpool
Back in August, just prior to the opening games of the 2005/06 football season, the predictions team here at "Tipped at the Post!", bravely gave our forecasts for all 92 teams and it would be remiss of us if we didn't analyse how we got on - if only to allow you all to disregard our tips next season! At the top end of the Barclays Premiership we wrote: "Obviously the big 3 will fight it out again; with a good start required by Arsenal - and perhaps more significantly Man Utd; to enable them to push Chelsea right up to the finish. If the trio are still close coming into the final quarter, then we've a sneaking feeling United could just edge it; but if they leave it too late then it's impossible to see beyond the Blues.Martin Jol has been patiently putting together a young, but very strong squad and we'd expect them to battle with Liverpool for that 4th spot." Well, we have to be reasonably pleased with that; as United were the closest to Chelsea and may, with a little more … [Read more...] about I Predict a Right – Well Most of Them!
The so-called "gulf" between teams from Premiership and those striving to join the elite from the Championship is often noted, especially when teams from their respective divisions clash in Cup competitions.However, this "gulf" may be nothing more than a fallacy. When the third round of the FA Cup comes around, Championship teams rewarded with a home tie against Premiership opposition often make a mockery of their respective league positions.Clashes of this nature have not occurred very often during the third round in recent years, although last season, eight matches fell into this category, with the "superior" Premiership teams winning just twice.Preston @ 2.47 vs West Brom @ 2.56. Result: 0-2Sunderland @ 2.20 vs Crystal Palace @ 2.86. Result: 2-1Watford @ 3.11 vs Fulham @ 2.08. Result: 1-1West Ham @ 2.32 vs Norwich @ 2.72. Result: 1-0Sheff Utd @ 3.07 vs Aston Villa @ 2.12 Result: 3-1Cardiff @ 3.45 vs Blackburn @ 1.95. Result: 1-1Ipswich @ 2.48 vs Bolton @ 2.56. Result: 1-3Burnley @ … [Read more...] about FA Cup Third Round – Oppose Premiership Teams Away