Versão hispânica de “Fina Estampa” tem data de estreia definida

 

Maritza Rodriguez, Juan Soler e Sonya Smith vivem o trio de protagonistas Tereza Cristina, Reinaldo (Renê da versão original) e Griselda. (Foto: Telemundo / Divulgação)

Maritza Rodriguez, Juan Soler e Sonya Smith vivem o trio de protagonistas Tereza Cristina, Reinaldo (Renê da versão original) e Griselda. (Foto: Telemundo / Divulgação)

 

A versão hispânica de “Fina Estampa”, que se chama “Marido en Alquiler”, tem previsão de seu lançamento nos Estados Unidos para o mês de julho. A novela, uma coprodução entre Globo e Telemundo, está sendo gravada no sul da Flórida e reúne um forte elenco internacional, que conta com atores de sucesso em toda a América Latina e no próprio Estados Unidos.

Para dar vida aos personagens, os atores passaram por treinamentos específicos, que enriqueceram suas atuações. A atriz americana que cresceu e atuou na Venezuela, Sonya Smith, que vive Griselda, papel que foi de Lilia Cabral na versão original, aprendeu a fazer trabalhos de carpintaria, mecânica, encanamento e alvenaria. O argentino Juan Soler, intérprete do galã Reinaldo Ibarra (René Velmont/Dalton Vigh na produção brasileira) teve aulas de etiqueta e de apresentação de pratos de alta gastronomia. Tereza Cristina, que fez maldades pelas mãos de Christiane Torloni, será representada pela colombiana Maritza Rodriguez, que já interpretou outras importantes vilãs em sua carreira. E seu mordomo Crô, que na nova versão se chama Ro, será interpretado pelo cubano Ariel Texido.

“Marido en Alquiler” conta com a supervisão de Guilherme Bokel, diretor executivo deentretenimento internacional da Globo, com a produção executiva de David Posada e com supervisão final de Aurelio Valcárcel, Vice-presidente executivo da Telemundo Studios Miami. A novela é baseada na história original de ‘Fina Estampa’, que tem autoria de Aguinaldo Silva.

Esta é a segunda parceria da Globo com a Telemundo, que coproduziram ‘El Clon’ (2009), versão hispânica de ‘O Clone’, de Glória Perez.

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Vem aí “Pecado Mortal”, a nova novela da Record

 

O ator Luiz Guilherme interpretará o bicheiro Michelle Vêneto. Foto: Divugação/Rede Record

O ator Luiz Guilherme interpretará o bicheiro Michelle Vêneto. Foto: Divugação/Rede Record

 

A Record começou a gravar nesta quinta-feira, 20/06, a novela “Pecado Mortal”, de Carlos Lombardi. As gravações foram cenas noturnas, feitas de madrugada, no Rio de Janeiro.

O folhetim terá como conflito central a disputa pelo poder dentro de uma família de bicheiros e a luta dessa família com uma segunda família de bicheiros. Uma dessas famílias é tradicional, não aceita que o clã rival passe a explorar o tráfico de cocaína.

A história se passará no Rio de Janeiro de 1977. Terá como pano de fundo uma importante mudança no submundo do crime e da subvenção: o fim do bicheiro territorialista, que tinha poder e agia de forma populista, e a chegada do tráfico de drogas aos morros cariocas. O autor classifica a produção como um “melodrama de ação”.

“Pecado Mortal” tem estreia prevista para o segundo semestre, substituindo “Dona Xepa”. Para o elenco a Record contratou nomes como Juliana Didone, Bianca Byington, Tatyane Goulart e Daniel Del Sarto. O time ainda é composto por: Paloma Duarte, Mel Lisboa, Mario Gomes, Denise Del Vecchio, Carlos Bonow, Marcos Pitombo, Claudio Heinrich, Carla Regina, Jussara Freire, Betty Lago, Sonia Lima, Andréa Avancini, Daniela Galli, Fernando Pavão, Iran Malfitano, Gero Pestalozzi, Eduardo Lago, Nanda Ziegler, André Ramiro, Lívia Rossy, Felipe Cardoso e Fábio Villaverde.

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Twelve candidates for Solomon Islands Football Federation election

Twelve candidates will be contesting for various positions in the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) executive committee come the 2013 elective congress on June 21.

The nomination of candidates closed on Tuesday 21 May and attracted interest from eight of SIFF’s 10 member associations. Only one member association did not submit a candidate while one is excluded from the process as it has not yet regained rights as a full member association of SIFF.

The position of president, senior vice president and vice president all have two candidates nominated. The position of treasurer has only one candidate and the nominee will most likely be elected unopposed if the verification process qualifies him to contest. Five candidates have been nominated for the three ordinary member positions in the SIFF executive.

The names of the candidates will not be released until they have been determined to quality to contest the election. This process will take over a week and the names of the final candidates will be released along with the agenda of the congress at the end of the month. Candidates will also be given the opportunity to accept or reject nominations during this period.

The position of general secretary is not contested since the SIFF congress decided that the position and the title be made redundant several years ago. Instead, this position is occupied by the chief executive officer who is employed as a full time staff of SIFF.

The term of a SIFF executive committee lasts four years. The current SIFF executive committee was voted in in the 2009 SIFF congress held in Gizo, Western Province. The coming SIFF congress will take place in Honiara.

ASB Chatham Cup replays overshadowed by pitch vandalism

Three third round ASB Chatham Cup replays were overshadowed by a shocking act of pitch vandalism that left 59 nails scattered across the pitch before today’s dramatic match between Glenfield Rovers and Birkenhead United.

June 23, 2013

AUCKLAND – Three third round ASB Chatham Cup replays were overshadowed by a shocking act of pitch vandalism that left 59 nails scattered across the pitch before today’s dramatic match between Glenfield Rovers and Birkenhead United.

Already transferred once then abandoned shortly after halftime last week due to the unplayable conditions, the replay was again transferred to Taharoto Park in Takapuna after Glenfield’s home ground McFetridge Park was ruled out early on Sunday morning.

Although Taharoto Park passed inspection at 10am, match officials found 59 nails spread across the pitch during a second inspection closer to kickoff.
New Zealand Football officials will now turn the matter over to police.
When play got underway later in the day at North Harbour Stadium the two fierce North Shore rivals served up a classic cup encounter with extra time, five goals and and the appearance of two substitute goalkeepers.

Birkenhead, who were 3-0 ahead when last week’s match got abandoned, were the first to score when Sam Jenkins got on the end of a free kick midway through the first half but Matt Wallace drew Rovers level in first half injury time shortly after Birkenhead’s first choice number one, John Fletcher left the field injured.

Despite being reduced to 10 men in the 87th minute when Danny Parkes received his second yellow, Glenfield looked to have snatched it with Michael Gywther’s 90th minute penalty. However,  a red card to Rovers ‘keeper Neil Dayal for striking an opponent gifted Jack Hobson McVeigh the chance to even the scores again time from the penalty spot deep into injury time.

Even then there was still time for both teams to rattle the woodwork before fulltime was finally called and the game sent to extra time.

Birkenhead’s extra numbers finally told in the second period of extra time with Sam Margetts clinching the win in the 109th minute and a fourth round home tie against Hamilton Wanderers next Saturday.

On Saturday in Dunedin, Caversham made lighter than expected work of their highly anticipated derby against Dunedin Tech with a resounding 4-0 win.

Seamus Ryder opened Caversham’s account in just the 5th minute before three late goals including a second to Ryder, booked a fourth round clash against Southern Premier League leaders Roslyn Wakari.

Three-time champions Waitakere City are still in the hunt for a fourth after beating Ellerslie 3-1 under lights on Saturday night in Auckland to earn a fourth round meeting with Bay Olympic.

A Jake Butler free kick took a deflection to open the scoring in the eighth minute for Waitakere but the home side drew level when Warrick Hart capitalised on a defensive blunder just four minutes later.

John Muchirahondo blasted the visitors back in front midway through the first half but it wasn’t until the 90th minute that the game was safe when Alopua Petoa slotted a third goal from close range.

Nelson College’s third round replay against Waimak United, originally abandoned at halftime last weekend, was postponed until next weekend due to weather conditions.

The fourth round of the ASB Chatham Cup takes place this weekend – aside from Cashmere Technical’s match against the winner of Nelson College and Waimak United – with the final of the 90 year competition scheduled for September 15.

ASB Chatham Cup – Third Round Replays
Saturday

Ellerslie 1 (Warrick HART 12’)
Waitakere City 3 (Jake BUTLER 8’, John MUCHIRAHONDO 29’, Alopua PETOA 90’)
Halftime: 1-2

Caversham 4 (Seamus RYDER 5’, 81’; Mitchell CARTER 77’, Callum FLAWS 87’)
Dunedin Technical 0
Halftime: 1-0

Sunday
Glenfield Rovers 2 (Matt WALLACE 45+1, Michael GWYTHER pen 90’)
Birkenhead United 3 (Sam JENKINS 23’, Jack HOBSON-McVEIGH pen 90+5’, Sam MARGETTS 109’)
After extra time (Halftime: 1-1, Fulltime 2-2)

To be played Sat 29 June
Nelson College v Waimak United – Ground TBA                 #NCOLvWMK

ASB Chatham Cup – Fourth Round
Fixtures played weekend of June 29/30
Official Twitter hashtag listed with each match where appropriate

Northern Region
Manurewa v Melville United                                                                      #MWAvMEL
Birkenhead United v Hamilton Wanderers                                           #BIRvHAM
Onehunga Sports v Ngaruawahia United                                               #ONEvNGA
Waitakere City v Bay Olympic                                                                     #WTKvBAY

Central Region
Palmerston North Marist v Wairarapa United                                      #PNMvWRP
Wellington Olympic v Lower Hutt City                                                     #OLYvLHC

Southern Region
Cashmere Technical v Nelson College or Waimak United
Roslyn Wakari v Caversham or Dunedin Technical                             #RWKvCAV

Key Dates
April 25 | Qualification Round
May 11 | Round 1
June 3 | Round 2
June 15 | Round 3
June 29 | Round 4
July 27 | Quarterfinals
August 24 | Semi Finals
September 15 | Final

 

 

El Tricolor Sub-17 Derrotó a la Selección de Baja California

La Selección Mexicana Sub-17 consiguió su segundo triunfo en la gira que realiza por California, Mexicali y Arizona. El día de ayer, el Tricolor venció tres goles por cero a la Selección de Baja California Sub-19.

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El conjunto azteca comenzó dominando las acciones, proponiendo el partido y tratando de imponer su estilo de juego. En el primer tiempo cayó la primera anotación, obra de Ulises Jaimes, jugador de Monarcas Morelia.

Ya en el complemento, Iván Ochoa del Pachuca y nuevamente Ulises Jaimes, fueron quienes sentenciaron el encuentro con el segundo y el tercero.

De esta forma, los mexicanos Sub-17 hilaron su segundo triunfo. El día de mañana, 22 de junio, se enfrentarán en su tercer compromiso al Yuma All-Star Sub-18, duelo que se disputará en el Estadio Gila Ridge de Arizona a las 19:00 hrs.

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La Selección Mexicana se Despide de la Copa Confederaciones Con Triunfo

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Sábado 22 de junio de 2013
Japón 1-2 México

Estadio: Mineirão
Belo Horizonte, Brasil
14:00 hrs.
Árbitro Central: Félix Brych (ALE)
La Selección Nacional se impuso a Japón dos goles por uno en duelo correspondiente a la Jornada 3 de la Fase de Grupos de la Copa FIFA Confederaciones Brasil 2013.

Goles México: Javier Hernández al 54’ y 66’

Goles Japón: Shinji Okazaki al 86’

Con esta victoria, el Tricolor sumó tres unidades y así se marcha del certamen tras dos derrotas (vs. Italia y vs. Brasil) y una victoria.

 

 

El Partido

México quiso despedirse de Brasil con triunfo, al menos así fue como lo mostró en las primeras acciones. Con buenas jugadas en conjunto, los aztecas decidieron tomar el control; sin embargo, después de tres minutos, los nipones decidieron alzar la mano.

Fue justo al 4’,  cuando Japón trianguló una buena jugada que estuvo cerca de ser el primer gol del duelo, pero el guardameta mexicano, Guillermo Ochoa, logró desviar el rumbo del esférico con el pie.

A raíz de esta acción cargada de peligro, los asiáticos lucían cada vez mejor, presionaban a los mexicanos, recuperaban de inmediato y con velocidad se iban al área mexicana intentando hacer daño.

Japón demostró ser un equipo ordenado y sin duda veloz; estas cualidades comenzaban a complicarle el juego al Tricolor.

Pero cerca del minuto 20, México volvió a tener llegadas, a crear jugadas interesantes. Pero Japón tuvo una más al 25’, luego de que Keisuke Honda sacara un disparo de media distancia nada complicado para el cancerbero Ochoa. Los de Zaccheroni ya registraban más tiros a puerta.

Al 39’, Andrés Guardado se quedó a centímetros de firmar el primero con la jugada más clara del cotejo. Jorge Torres Nilo centró desde la izquierda, Guardado llegó por el centro, y con la cabeza, remató directo a uno de los postes nipones. Cerca se quedó el del Valencia de marcar.

La primera mitad se jugó de ida y vuelta, ambos cuadros lo intentaron, no cesaron en la recuperación del balón, pero el gol no les hizo los honores.

El complemento inició más pausado, no con tanta intensidad como sucedió en el primer tiempo. México y Japón continuaban mostrando sus ganas de despedirse del certamen con una victoria.

Giovani Dos Santos, Andrés Guardado y Javier Hernández participaron en jugadas interesantes de gol por parte de los de José Manuel de la Torre; el portero y la zaga nipona hicieron bien su labor.

Finalmente, cayó el gol para los de México. Al 54’, Javier Hernández, de cabeza, mandó a guardar luego de una estupenda jugada de conjunto en la que Diego Reyes y Andrés Guardado aportaron a la causa.

Y no fue todo. Al 66’, una vez más, Javier Hernández se hizo presente en el marcador firmando el segundo también de cabeza tras un cobro de tiro de esquina.

Los asiáticos no dejaron de buscar el gol que recortara distancias, pero no lo conseguían. México logró mantener el marcador a su favor llegando al 80’.

No obstante, al 86’, lograron descontar con remate dentro del área por parte de Shinji Okazaki tras una buena jugada del cuadro nipón.

No hubo para más, México consiguió llevarse la victoria en esta tercera Jornada  de la Fase de Grupos y último partido del Tricolor en la Copa Confederaciones.

 

 

Alineaciones

México: Ochoa; Reyes; Torrado; Dos Santos (Barrera al 77’); Hernández; Moreno; Zavala; Guardado (Salcido al 70’); Jiménez (Aquino al 90’); Torres Nilo y Mier. DT. J.M. de la Torre.

Japón: Kawashima; Honda; Nagamoto (Nakamura al 76’); Endo; Okazaki; Kagawa; Hosogai; Konno; Kurihara; Maeda (Yoshida al 64’) y Sakai (Uchida al 58’). DT. A. Zaccheroni.

 

Goles

México: Hernández al 54’ y 66’

Japón: Okazaki al 86’

 

Amonestaciones

Japón: Sakai al 37’

México: Ochoa al 90+4’

 

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