Newcastle Jets 2 x 1 Melbourne City FC

After a 6-1 loss in their last home game and the exit of David Carney this week, Newcastle Jets hit back in style on Sunday afternoon stunning a 10-man Melbourne City 2-1.

In a bright first half, the Jets carved out a few excellent openings for Trifunovic, Alivodic and late inclusion Cooper.

And despite a penalty shout for City – correctly waved away by the referee late in the first half – it was the home that shaded the contest going into the break 0-0.

But the game soon sparked into life in spectacular fashion, the Jets picking up the tempo to shock City taking the lead with a penalty.

And with Jacob Melling’s red card just after the hour, the Jets sensed it might be their day. It was with a second goal coming shortly after.

But a brilliant Fornaroli goal with 11 minutes to go made the final few minutes tense for the home side, but the Jets held on to register a much-needed three points, their fifth win of the season.

GOALS

Jets: Trifunovic 46’ (pen) 1-0

Hoffman worked the space in the box and his shot was illegally blocked by Clisby’s arm, and Trifunovic subsequently sent Sorensen the wrong way with a coolly taken pen.

Jets: Trifunovic 71’ 2-0

Nordstrand ran free down the right and his inch-perfect low ball into the box found Trifunovic who confidently stroked home past Sorensen.

City: Fornaroli 79’ 2-1

The Uruguayan held up the ball brilliantly in the box in heavy traffic, found space and dinked the ball over to Fitzgerald wide and his cross found the head of the star striker to power home a brilliant goal.

KEY MOMENT

Melling’s red card for City following a push on Nordstrand. It made the comeback even more difficult for City.

TREATMENT TABLE

Harry Novillo appeared to jar his ankle early in the second half.

FINAL WORD

Melbourne City go into their derby with Victory needing to rediscover their form after a disappointing display in their second loss in as many weeks.

As for the Jets, they clearly weren’t going to get smashed again – as they did when this fixture was played last December and in their last home game.

They showed defensive solidity and were bright in attack with Ugarkovic and Leonardo impressing as did Nordstrand off the bench.

It just goes to show, in this league, anyone can beat anyone on their day.

And this day was for Jets fans. After a tough week they’ll be smiling.

NEWCASTLE JETS  (4-2-3-1) Birighitti (GK); Hoffman, Mullen, Boogaard (C), Cowburn; Ugarkovic, Poljak; Alivodic, Leonardo (Nordstrand 63’), Cooper (Pavicevic 82’); Trifunovic.

Subs: Kennedy (GK), Watson, Pavicevic, Nordstrand, Jackson.

MELBOURNE CITY (3-4-3) Sorensen (GK); Clisby, Malik (Trifiro 81’), Kisnorbo (C); Zullo, Melling, Retre (Fitzgerald 53’), Franjic; Fornaroli, Mooy, Novillo

Subs: Bouzanis (GK), Fitzgerald, Dekker, Garuccio, Trifiro.

Yellow cards

Jets: Hoffman, Ugarkovic, Cowburn

City: Malik, Clisby, Sorensen, Franjic

Red cards:

City: Melling

Conditions: Sunny, 25 degrees

Attendance: 7,266

Football Federation Australia

Wellington Phoenix 0 x 1 Perth Glory

Perth Glory have kept their finals hopes alive with a gritty 1-0 win over Wellington Phoenix at Westpac Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Chris Harold gave the visitors the lead in the 21st minute with a well-taken header before some stoic defense repelled a desperate Phoenix outfit in the second stanza.

Andy Keogh missed a golden opportunity to seal the points midway through the second half but the Glory held firm to secure a deserved win in New Zealand.

GOALS

1-0 (Chris Harold 21’) –  Glory midfielder Nebo Marinkovic whipped in a wicked ball from a set piece with an unmarked Harold rising highest to bury a convincing header past Phoenix keeper Glen Moss.

KEY MOMENT

The Phoenix started brightly and almost took the lead in the 14th minute with youngster Joel Stevens forcing a brilliant save from Glory keeper Ante Covic. The 21-year-old controlled the ball expertly inside the area before smashing a volleyed effort on goal which was well parried behind by Covic.

HIGHLIGHTS REEL

Phoenix shot-stopper Glen Moss didn’t have a lot to do throughout the 90 minutes but a couple of brilliant kept the hosts in the contest. Glory midfielder Nebo Marinkovic looked set to double the Glory’s advantage with a curling effort from the edge of the area in the 52nd minute but Moss was up to the task, acrobatically palming the ball away to safety.
COACH KILLER

Michael McGlinchey had a glorious chance to level proceedings on the stroke of half time but inexplicably miscued his shot with the goal gaping. Louis Fenton fired a brilliant ball across the six yard box which fell kindly to the onrushing McGlinchey, but the midfielder shot straight at Glory keeper Ante Covic who cleared the danger.

BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD

Phoenix had seven corners in the opening stanza alone but the hosts failed to make the most of the set piece opportunities with consistently poor delivery making it easy for the Glory to defend.

THE FINAL WORD

Glory’s mid-season revival continues with the win ensuring their finals hopes are still well and truly alive ahead of next week’s clash against Sydney FC.

Kenny Lowe’s side are now just five points behind Adelaide United but face a difficult three-week period  with games against Sydney, Brisbane Roar and Western Sydney Wanderers.

 

Wellington’s hopes of making the top six are now realistically over with Ernie Merrick’s outfit 11 points behind the sixth-placed Reds with just nine games remaining.

Injuries have really curtailed Phoenix’s season but they have some unearthed some superb youngsters with Joel Stevens and Dylan Fox real stars of the future for the Kiwi club.

TEAMS

Wellington Phoenix:  Moss (GK), Fenton, Fox, Durante (C), Doyle, Bonevacia, Muscat, Rodriguez, Stevens, Powell, McGlinchey

Perth Glory: Covic (GK), Risdon, Grant, Lowry, Warren, Sandor, Vadocz, Ferreira (Petratos 45’), Marinkovic, Harold, Keogh

Scorers:  Harold 21’

Red cards: None

Yellow cards:  Harold 39’, Vadocz 45’. Fox 62’

Conditions: 19C, fine

 

 

Football Federation Australia

 

Aussies abroad: Socceroo on target in Turkey

Aziz Behich scored in Turkey overnight.

Aziz Behich scored in Turkey overnight.

 

Socceroos fullback Aziz Behich found the net in Turkey overnight as his Bursaspor outfit played out a thrilling 3-3 draw at home to İstanbul BB.

The 25-year-old put the hosts 3-1 up in the 65th minute, combining beautifully with Deniz Yilmaz on the edge of the area before calmly slotting the ball home.

Unfortunately for Behich’s side, İstanbul struck twice in quick succession to rescue to a point, leaving Bursaspor in 10th on the Super Lig table.

In England, Mile Jedinak played a full match as Crystal Palace earned a hard-fought 1-1 draw away to Swansea City.

In the Championship, in-form Socceroo Massimo Luongo got through 90 minutes as QPR secured a 1-0 win over Ipswich Town at Loftus Road.

Bailey Wright started and got through a full game as Preston North End downed Huddersfield Town 2-1 at home. Jason Davidson was an unused substitute for The Terriers.

In League one, Chris Herd played 90 minutes as Chesterfield lost 1-0 at home to Peterborough while Brad Inman was again on target as Crewe Alexander defeated Rochdale 2-0.

Alex Cisak kept a clean sheet as Leyton Orient secured a 1-0 win over Portsmouth at Fratton Park in League two.

 

In Germany, Mat Leckie got through a full match as FC Ingolstadt downed Augsburg 2-1 at home, while Ben Halloran played 62 minutes as Fortuna Dusseldorf lost 1-0 to Heidenheim.

In Scotland, Scott McDonald was on target as Motherwell went down 2-1 to Inverness in the Scottish Cup.

 

Football Federation Australia

 

 

Página 39 de 366 – Kristy Garett posa nua para o lettherebeporn.com e revela estar solteira

Miss February  - Kristy Garett

Em um clássico maiô vermelho e um calção azul , Kristy Garett está tomando banho de sol próxima à piscina . O calor do sol está esquentando a pele dela e ela decide tirar as doces roupas e tomar sol nua . Agora ela precisa de uma pessoa para passar óleo nas costas . “Eu não entediante.” “Eu preciso de um homem que seja um fogo de paixão, que não tenha medo de demonstrar afeto em público.E de respeito – se você tem respeito , você constrói tudo. Paixão , amizade e curtição.“CLIQUE AQUI para visualizar o ensaio completo

Página 38 de 366 – Qual é a distância entre Vancouver e Salvador?

Distância de Vancouver a Salvador

A distancia é 10708 km ou 6654 milhas ou 5782 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (grande círculo distância). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Vancouver e Salvador Map – Shortest path between Vancouver and Salvador

Localização de Vancouver
Localização de Salvador
O mapa é usando uma projeção que faz a terra e oceanos muito mais amplas perto do sul e pólos norte. O título / course / rolamento durante um voo varia na maioria dos casos. Roteiro com base na imagem da NASA.

A posição de Vancouver
Latitude: 49 ° 17 ‘Norte
Longitude: 123 ° 07 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 102,5 ° Leste-sudeste
título final: 139,2 ° Sudeste
A posição de Salvador
Latitude: 12 ° 59 ‘Sul
Longitude: 38 ° 29 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 319,2 ° Noroeste
título final: 282.5 ° Oeste-noroeste

Fonte : timeanddate.com

Página 38 de 366 – Qual é a distância entre Vancouver e Recife?

Distância de Vancouver a Recife

A distancia é 10554 km ou 6558 milhas ou 5699 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (grande círculo distância). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Vancouver e Recife

Map – Shortest path between Vancouver and Recife

Localização de Vancouver
Localização para Recife
O mapa é usando uma projeção que faz a terra e oceanos muito mais amplas perto do sul e pólos norte. O título / course / rolamento durante um voo varia na maioria dos casos. Roteiro com base na imagem da NASA.

A posição de Vancouver
Latitude: 49 ° 17 ‘Norte
Longitude: 123 ° 07 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 96,6 ° Leste
posição final: 139,1 ° Sudeste
A posição de Recife
Latitude: 8 ° 03 ‘Sul
Longitude: 34 ° 54 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 319,1 ° Noroeste
título final: 276.6 ° Oeste

Fonte : timeanddate.com