Consolidados GRANDE SP 20/08/2013



Bom dia SP 6.7
Bom dia Brasil 8.6
Mais Você 6.9
Bem Estar 5.9
Encontro 6.0
SPTV 9.8
Globo Esporte 11.6
Jornal Hoje 11.0
Vídeo Show 8.9
O Cravo e a Rosa 12.8
Sessão da Tarde – H20 11.5
Malhação 14.9
Flor do Caribe 23.3
SPTV 26.4
Sangue Bom 25.7
Jornal Nacional 28.2
Amor à Vida 37.8
Tapas e Beijos 24.9
Saramandaia 15.5
Profissão Repórter 11.7
Jornal da Globo  8.2


Balanço Geral 3.4
SP no Ar 6.0
Fala Brasil 6.3
Hoje em dia 4.3
Balanço Geral 5.5
Programa da Tarde 4.6
Cidade Alerta 9.4
Jornal da Record 8.5
CSI 5.9
Xepa 8.2
A Fazenda 11.1


Jornal do SBT Manhã 3.0
Bom dia e cia 4.5
Três é demais 4.7
As Visões da Raven 5.8
Marimar 6.1
Cuidado com o Anjo 6.3
Rubi 6.8
O Privilégio de Amar 6.2
Clube do Carrossel 5.6
Eu, A Patroa e as Crianças 7.1
SBT Brasil 5.4
Chiquititas 11.7
O Mistério da Ilha 4.3
Programa do Ratinho 6.3
Cine Espetacular –  3.8
Dois Homens e Meio 2.5
Bing Bang 2.1


Religioso 0.9
1º Jornal 0.5
Dia dia 0.5
Band Kids 1.3
Jogo aberto 2.7
Os donos da bola 2.6
Brasil urgente 4.2, 3.9
Jornal da Band 4.0
Zoo 2.2
Simpsons 3.3
A Liga 3.3
Agora é Tarde  2.6

Morning  Show 0.4
Você na TV 1.2
Bola Dividida 0.7
A Tarde é Sua 1.0
Te Peguei 1.3
Betty a Feia  1.0
TV Fama 1.7
Rede TV News 1.2
Feira  do Riso 1.5
Luciana By Night 2.0
Leitura Dinâmica 1.5


Consolidados da Globo GRANDE Rio 20/08/2013

Titanic saindo para o mar

Rio de Janeiro

Mais Você 7
Bem Estar 7
Encontro com Fátima Bernardes 8
Video Show 16
O cravo e a Rosa 20
Sessão da tarde (“H2O: meninas sereias”) 13
Malhação 18
Flor do Caribe 26
Sangue Bom 30
Amor à Vida 42
Tapas e Beijos 28
Saramandaia 16
Profissão Repórter 12
Programa do Jô 6
Linha do Tempo 4

Audiência do Balanço Geral Rio de Janeiro no dia 20/08/2013

balanço geral rio

 Luiz Bacci apresenta o jornalístico matinal

Na manhã desta quarta-feira (20) a Record Rio exibiu o ”Balanço Geral Manhã – Rio”, com apresentação de Luiz Bacci. O jornalístico garantiu ótima audiência e ficou longe da terceira colocada.

De acordo com dados prévios do Ibope, marcou 6,5 pontos de média, garantindo a vice-liderança isolada, no mesmo horário a Globo liderou com 7,5, e o SBT ficou em terceiro lugar com apenas 2,4 pontos.

O  ”Balanço Geral Manhã – Rio” é a primeira edição do vespertino ”Balanço Geral”, exibido ao meio dia.



Conheça as 5 maiores audiências das emissoras no Rio de Janeiro entre 05/08/2013 e 11/08/2013

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Frank Farina hails Italian tour a success

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 12:15 AM

Farina hails Italian tour a success

Sydney FC coach Frank Farina has hailed the Sky Blues’ three-week pre season training camp in Italy an astounding success after completing the final training session in Jesolo overnight.

The Sky Blues waved goodbye to the Stadio Comunale Picchi in Jesolo after three weeks of intense training and matches, which has been a tremendous experience for all the squad.

Sydney FC received unprecedented attention from the Italian public and media with more than 1000 fans attending every training session and more than 30,000 people watching the first five matches. Thousands more attended welcome functions and public celebrations in the Jesolo piazza’s as the magnitude of Alessandro Del Piero’s popularity in Italy was there for all to see.

While the exposure was a valuable branding and public relations exercise for Sydney FC and the Hyundai A-League, the main purpose of the trip was to give Sydney FC an ideal preparation leading into the 2013/14 season and Farina couldn’t be happier.

“It’s been an invaluable three weeks,” Farina said. “We’ve got a couple of injuries but nothing major, (but) the time together with the six games, the training has been fantastic, conditions have been great so I think in terms of preparation it’s been ideal.”

The Sky Blues take on Reggiana at the Mapei Stadium in Reggio on tonight in the 6th and final match after Sydney FC recorded three wins and two defeats in the first five matches.

During that time the Sydney FC squad has been undergoing daily training sessions, including punishing double sessions in the Italian heat, as they balance fitness and match requirements but despite some tired bodies Farina wants the team to finish the tour on a high.

“It’s important (to put in a good performance against Reggiana) but I think it’s more important that we get through the game with no knocks or injuries and the boys will head into a week off before we start again on the 2nd (September).”


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Joeys account for Cambodia

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 1:11 PM

Joeys account for Cambodia

The Joeys have defeated Cambodia 4-0 in their opening match of the AFF U-16 Aya Bank Championship 2013 which is currently being held in Naypyidaw, Myanmar.

The Joeys got off to the perfect start opening the scoring in the 3rd minute after Panetta turned his defender just inside the attacking half, put a through ball in behind the Cambodian defence for Daniel Maskin to run onto and a provide a first time cross for Jackson Bandiera to finish at the far post.

The second goal came in the 14th minute when Zachary Speth hit a corner to the top of the box for Jamie Dimitroff who took one to control and then unleashed a driving left foot finish to the top right corner giving the Cambodian goalkeeper no chance of saving.

The Joeys lead was tripled in the 33rd minute following some good build up play through the midfield that resulted in Maskin being released down the right hand side. Maskin beat his defender and then crossed into the box to Bandiera. Bandiera was able to turns his opponent with his first touch and then neatly finish into the bottom left corner.

The second half saw the Joeys dominate play and create numerous chances, with the Australian defence goal never tested.

The final goal came in the 82nd minute with a play that started with Maskin playing a 1-2 with Cameron Joice, then delivers a cross to Kosta Petratos. Petratos was then closed down by the Cambodian goalkeeper for the ball to spill out for Petratos to pass across the goal and Maskin to finish from close range.

Joeys Head Coach Tony Vidmar was very pleased with his team’s first up performance.

“For our first up competitive game I was happy with the result. We controlled most parts of the game and created good goal scoring chances, in which we should have scored some more goals,” said Vidmar.

“At times in the game our decision making let us down and an area of improvement need at international football.

“When Cambodia had possession we made them work very hard to keep it which forced them to turn over possession. Our work rate in the transition moments was ok, but we need to improve on it,” concluded Vidmar.

In the other Group A match, Vietnam defeated Myanmar by the same margin, 4-0.

The Joeys will play their second match of the AFF U-16 Championship against the host nation Myanmar on 22 August, then Brunei on 24 August and their final group match will be against Vietnam on 26 August. The top teams from each group will then face each other in the semi-finals on 31 August with the winners to meet in the final which will be played on 2 September.

The AFC U-16 Championship qualifiers will be held in Hong Kong from 21-29 September with the top two teams progressing to the AFC U-16 Championship which will be held in Thailand from 2014.

Match Details
Joeys 4 (Bandiera 3’/33’, Dimitroff 14’, Maskin 82’)
Cambodia 0

Joeys line-up: Osipov, Verbi, Rowles, Fotakopoulous, Speth, Masking, Kim, Panetta, Bandiera, Dimitroff, Reiners,

Yellow card: Verbi (70”)

Petratos for Bandiera
Joice for Reiners
Caletti for Kim

Football Federation Australia

Australian League returns to Lismore

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 3:36 PM

A-League returns to Lismore

The A-League pre-season returns to Lismore this weekend with Brisbane Roar hosting Melbourne Heart as part of the league’s concerted effort to bring football to regional areas across the country.

It will be the second consecutive season Heart have ventured to the northern NSW community, following their successful week-long training camp there last year that culminated in their clash with a relatively unknown Wanderers side.

According to Lismore’s homegrown talent and former Socceroo Craig Foster, the area has a rich football history, with participation levels dwarfing that of other codes. While in the past this hasn’t necessarily translated into political support and widespread media coverage, Foster feels the tide is turning.

“It’s easy for people to forget that football is not only played in the capital cities around the country,” said Foster. “Every child has a right to see players and games live and this is what inspires them and drives participation.”

Having only returned to his hometown community last week, Foster applauded the efforts of regional councils like Lismore in devoting local investment in bringing A-League teams to town. He was impressed by the excitement of kids in the area and said the match would help galvanise the football community.

“With the growth of the A-League, football in this country is riding high and making huge strides in terms of its development,” said Foster. “As such we’re seeing the level of professionalism in administration in regional areas rise, with a cultural change from volunteer to professional management and this will help make the game stronger.”

Steve Mackney, who is the General Manager of Football Far North Coast said preparations for this weekend’s trial match were travelling along nicely and he was hoping for a crowd in excess of 5,000 – with one Harry Kewell being the big draw card.

“We’ve been blessed with some good weather after the wet season and the playing surface has nice grass coverage,” said Mackney. “From a regional perspective we applaud the effort of A-League clubs to get to more remote areas as it’s absolutely vital for locals to see the players live.

“For many of these kids the chance to see the likes of Harry Kewell is a once in a lifetime opportunity and will help motivate kids to play the game.

“Being a regional location we will continue to pursue every opportunity in terms of player development, coach education and pathways for match officials, which is helped greatly by matches such as this one.”

In terms of participation Lismore boasts nearly 6,200 registered players in its regional zone, with a further 2,000 in the Tweed catchment area playing for Football Queensland. With Lismore’s town motto being “Come to the Heart” John Aloisi’s side have developed a strong support base from the time they have already spent there.

A vital component of the match is the fact that the sides will not just fly in and fly out either side of the weekend fixture, with both sides staging training camps in the area. The Heart arrive in Lismore on Saturday evening and will stay until Wednesday, incorporating open training sessions and school visits as part of their trip. Meanwhile Roar will travel from their week-long camp in nearby Kingscliff where they are doing their own engagement with the community there.

Both Foster and Mackney agreed that while it was great to see the likes of Sydney FC travelling abroad and growing the A-League brand internationally, the importance of bringing the game to communities such as Lismore could not be underestimated.

Foster summed up this sentiment by saying; “It’s vital A-League clubs continue to visit regional areas and never forget the heart of the game, which is the kids in regional areas.”

Brisbane Roar play Melbourne Heart at Oakes Oval in Lismore on Sunday 25 August 2013. The game kicks off at 2.30pm and you can buy tickets to the match by clicking here.


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Goran gunning for coaching success

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 6:09 PM

Goran gunning for coaching success

The Hyundai A-League’s growth in recent years has been mirrored by an increase in the quality of Australian coaches that the competition is exposing to top level professional football.

Ange Postecoglou, Graham Arnold and Hyundai A-League Coach of the Year Tony Popovic epitomise the current strength of Australian-born coaches plying their trade on home soil.

Just as players aspire to reach the level of their heroes, so to do coaches aim to match and even better the achievements of their contemporaries.

Nine-time Socceroo representative Goran Lozanovski is hoping to follow in the esteemed footsteps of his former coach in Postecoglou as he continues to rise through the coaching ranks.

Lozanovski has spent time with Preston, Hume City and Bentleigh Greens in the Victorian State League and now is head coach at that competition’s league leaders in Northcote City.

“We are going tremendously well at the moment which has shocked a fair few people,” said Lozanovski.

“Our side is very young with an average age of 22 and a half years but we have brought in players that fit in well. Hopefully we are only a couple of rounds from securing the league title.”

Northcote City currently sit three points ahead of the Melbourne Knights at the top of the table and if they do take out league title it will have been an extremely successful first three seasons for Lozanovski at the club.

“We won the Mirabella Cup in 2011, made the semi-finals last year and now are looking to win the league.

“This club is a smaller family based club that only joined the Victorian Premier League in 2010 so we are definitely surprising a few people with how we have gone.”

With most State League football clubs not laying claim to a former Socceroo as their coach it appears that Northcote do have an edge over their rivals.

“I have brought some of my experiences from playing on the international scene to the club.

“You always have your own personal experiences when you were playing. How to play in certain situations and positioning of players are some of the scenarios that you can implement.

“I do however ensure that I continue to educate myself as a coach to ensure I am continually picking up things that I can pass on to the players.”

While his current focus remains on securing the league title with Northcote, Lozanovski’s ambitions are to one day replicate his feats on the pitch by climbing into the top tier of Australian football as a coach.

“I never thought when I started that I wanted to be a career coach but I now would love to coach in the A-League one day.

“It will be tough to get there as I currently work a nine to five and also coach and then I would also have to achieve all of the licenses.

“It is also obviously quite challenging to get a gig with only limited club in Australia though.”

Having played under the current Melbourne Victory coach and also kept an eye on local coaching talent, Lozanovski believes that the next Australian national coach is likely to be a native.

“I think that the next opportunity for an Australian coach is likely to be in the next World Cup phase.

“I spent three or four years under Ange when I was playing so I have seen just how far he has come as a coach.

“More and more Australian coaches are educating themselves overseas and bringing this knowledge back to Australia.

“It is great to see Australian coaches continuing to evolve to a stage where they might end up coaching the Socceroos or going over to Europe and have the opportunity to coach there.”

Northcote take on Bentleigh (3rd), Dandenong (8th), South Melbourne (5th) and Hume City (6th) on the run home while their closest rivals in the Melbourne Knights take on Dandenong, South Melbourne, Hume City and Oakleigh (9th).

Bentleigh host Lozanovski’s side this Friday at the Kingston Heath Soccer Complex with kickoff at 8:15pm.


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Wanderers claim pre-season win over Phoenix

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 10:32 PM

Wanderers claim pre-season win over Phoenix

The Western Sydney Wanderers have claimed a 2-1 victory in their pre-season clash with the touring Wellington Phoenix at Lily Homes stadium in Sydney’s west.

After the match remained goalless for the opening 80 minutes a flurry of late goals saw the Wanderers get their second pre-season win on the trot as their new signing Brendon Santalab scored a brace on debut.

The New Zealand based side had the better of the first half but could not get the early ascendancy over last season’s Premiers Plate winners.

The Wanderers began to look more dangerous when first team regulars Youssouf HersiShinji Ono and Jerome Polenz were injected in the second half, but it was the visitors that got the opener on 81 minutes when 20-year-old Louis Fenton got the ball past Ante Covic.

It wasn’t long before Brendon Santalab got the Wanderers back on equal terms after converting from a Polenz cross to have the scores at 1-1.

The former Chinese Super League striker then gave his side the win in the dying minutes when he again headed home from a Polenz cross in what was a positive sign for the new look Wanderers attack as they claimed the 2-1 victory.

The A-League’s most capped player Matt Thompson came on in the 67th minute for the Phoenix and looked to impress with his first touch being a shot that was just wide of the Wanderers goal. The former Melbourne Heart player is currently trialling with Ernie Merrick’s side.

The Phoenix now have a couple of days to recuperate in Sydney before they head up the F3 on Saturday to take on the Newcastle Jets while the Wanderers don’t play their next friendly until September 22 when they take on Adelaide United at Penrith’s Centrebet Stadium.


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