Saturday, 15 February 2014 8:15 PM
Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory
Sunday 16 February 2014
WIN Jubilee Oval, Kogarah, Sydney
** Catch the action on Sunday at 6pm nationally on ABC1. Or catch up from Monday on ABC iView with a replay at 3.30am on Thursday (*live in AEDT states)
This match promises so much on so many levels. A replay of last year’s grand final between two teams packed with stars.
Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory are starting to build a strong rivalry with the latter’s rise to prominence in recent seasons.
Indeed the Victory have tackled Sydney in two of their four previous finals matches although neither ended well. The Melburnians play-off debut in 2011 resulted in a hefty 5-1 defeat, while the Sky Blues claimed the championship crown last year with a 3-1 grand final win.
Then of course there was a much-discussed 5-1 win for an imperious Sydney FC on the opening day of this season, however the Victory had the better of December’s return fixture but were forced to settle for a share of the spoils.
For the first time this season both of these teams enter a match on the back of defeat. The Sky Blues were edged out of the premiership last weekend in an epic contest against Canberra; the only team they have lost against this season.
Melbourne, for their part, has now lost two on the trot following a nine-match unbeaten streak.
Both Sydney and Melbourne, however, impressed at various stages in their respective matches last weekend and with an ounce of luck could have come away victors.
Sydney are at full strength and coach Alen Stajcic will once again no doubt field a richly talented bench, let alone starting side.
Dual international Ellyse Perry, having made an impressive return after several weeks absence last weekend, again takes her spot at fullback despite the match clashing with the NSW Breakers competing in the domestic limited overs final, ironically also against the Victorians.
Melbourne Victory are still without experienced New Zealand midfielder Katie Hoyle due to international commitments and her defensive stability was missed in the 1-0 defeat at Brisbane Roar.
In her stead new American signing Lauren Barnes proved herself to be a talented acquisition and the contest between the two midfields promises to be an intriguing sub-plot.
Sydney FC squad: Casey Dumont (gk), Alesha Clifford, Danielle Brogan (c), Liz Ralston, Amy Harrison, Caitlin Foord, Teresa Polias, Nicola Bolger, Renee Rollason, Jodie Taylor, Emma Kete, Leena Khamis, Ellyse Perry, Trudy Camilleri, Sam Kerr, Chloe Logarzo, Sham Khamis (gk) (one to be omitted)
Ins: Trudy Camilleri, Liz Ralston (both promoted)
Unavailable: Anna Green (Achilles – one week), Natalie Tobin (illness – one week)
Melbourne Victory squad: 1. Brianna Davey (gk) 3. Jessica Humble 6. Cindy Lay 7. Stephanie Catley (c) 9. Caitlin Friend 10. Jess Fishlock 11. Lisa De Vanna 12. Jessica Samuelsson 15. Emma Checker 16. Beattie Goad 17. Gulcan Koca, 18. Emily Hulbert, 19. Alexandra Natoli, 20. Cassie Dimovski (gk) 21. Ella Mastrantonio 22. Lauren Brown 25. Maika Ruyter-Hooley (one to be omitted)
Ins: Emily Hulbert, Alexandra Natoli (both promoted)
Unavailable: Ashley Brown (knee – season), Katie Hoyle (New Zealand national team commitments – 1 week), Enza Barilla (personal reasons – 1 week)
Source : Football Federation Australia
Por REDAÇÃO, em 14/02/2014 · Atualizado às 12h4613 FEVEREIRO 2014
Globo Rural: 2
Bom Dia São Paulo: 5
Bom Dia Brasil: 8
Mais Você: 6
Bem Estar: 6
SP TV 1a Edição: 12
Globo Esporte: 11
Jornal Hoje: 12
Vídeo Show: 10
Caras & Bocas: 13
Sessão da Tarde: 11
Joia Rara: 19
SP TV 2a Edição: 21
Além do Horizonte: 21
Jornal Nacional: 27
Em Família: 34
BBB 14: 22
Doce de Mãe: 15
Jornal da Globo: 11
Média do dia (7h/0h): 6
Balanço Geral: 3
SP no Ar: 5
Fala Brasil: 6
Hoje em Dia: 4
Balanço Geral SP: 7
Olimpíada de Inverno: 3
Cidade Alerta: 9
Jornal da Record: 7
Pecado Mortal: 5
Era Uma Vez: 6
Breaking Bad: 4
Engana-me se Puder: 3
Média do dia (6h/0h): 5,6
Bom Dia e Cia.: 4,2
Três É Demais: 6,8
As Visões da Raven: 6,7
Café com Aroma de Mulher: 5,4
Por Ela Sou Eva: 4,1
A Madrasta: 4,1
O Privilégio de Amar: 4,8
SBT Brasil: 6,0
Programa do Ratinho: 7,0
A Praça É Nossa: 9,0
Conexão Repórter: 5,6
Jornal do SBT Noite: 4,1
Jogo Aberto: 3
Sabe ou Não Sabe: 3
Brasil Urgente: 5
Jornal da Band: 3
Os Simpsons: 3
The Walking Dead: 3
Cada ponto equivale a 65 mil domicílios na Grande SP
Preocupada com o novo “vilão” da programação vespertina, Vídeo Show, a Globo apelou para Carminha. A atriz Adriana Esteves será a convidada do programa de Zeca Camargo na próxima segunda-feira (17). Com isso, a emissora tenta estancar a queda de audiência para não prejudicar o primeiro dia da inversão de horários de Vale a Pena Ver de Novo e Sessão da Tarde.
Na gravação, realizada sábado passado, a atriz relembrou os principais momentos de Avenida Brasil (2012) e participou de uma brincadeira envolvendo suas principais personagens, com modelos fantasiadas de Mariana, de Renascer (1993), Catarina, de O Cravo e a Rosa (2000), Dalva, da minissérie Dalva e Herivelto (2010), e Sandrinha, de Torre de Babel (1998), além, claro, de Carminha.
A inversão de horário da novela com a Sessão da Tarde, que funcionou no Distrito Federal, Espírito Santo e em Goiás, será adotada em todo o Brasil a partir da próxima segunda. Em São Paulo, o Vídeo Show costuma derrubar a audiência que recebe do Jornal Hoje. Um em cada quatro telespectadores muda de canal ou desliga a TV quando Zeca Camargo aparece na tela. A novela Caras & Bocas, exibida na sequência, consegue recuperar o público.
Na última quarta (12), o programa da Globo empatou com o Balanço Geral, da Record. Ambos marcaram 8 pontos no arredondamento. No dia 3, perdeu pela primeira vez para Geraldo Luís: 8,1 a 8,4. Cada ponto equivale a 65 mil domicílios na Grande São Paulo.
Os baixos índices do Vídeo Show são motivo de piada nos bastidores da Globo. O diretor, Ricardo Waddington, é chamado ironicamente de “Salvador da Pátria” nos corredores da emissora. Ele é responsável por três dos quatro programas com audiência preocupante: Joia Rara, Além do Horizonte e Vídeo Show. Só faltou Malhação.
February 15, 2014
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman
Danny Klobucar leaving the ACT magistrates court. Photo: Supplied
Two men suspected over separate holiday season homicides in Lyneham and Phillip are behind bars.
The violent deaths of avid punk fan Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber, 27, and the much-loved grandfather Miodrag Gajic, 71, shocked the ACT, coming days apart between late December and New Year’s Day.
The killings, which are not linked in any way, sparked major investigations, involving criminal investigations detectives, forensics and uniformed police.
Deceased Phillip man, Miodrag Gajic, 71.
The probe into Mr Sofer-Schreiber’s stabbing death spanned seven weeks and took detectives almost 900 kilometres from his Hall Street unit, near Lyneham shops, to a property in Grafton, in northern NSW.
Their investigations culminated with a major breakthrough on Friday, when they arrested the man believed to have inflicted multiple stab wounds on Mr Sofer-Schreiber.
The suspect is understood to have been known to the victim.
Lyneham murder victim Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber.Photo: Facebook
He has not been charged but has been held in police custody pending an appearance in the ACT Magistrates Court on Saturday morning.
Also on Friday, the identity of a suspect in the killing of Mr Gajic in Phillip was revealed during a bail hearing for unrelated crimes.
Police told a court they believed Danny Klobucar, 25, killed the victim, who suffered ”significant” head injuries, and left him lying in his Mansfield Place unit on New Year’s Day.
Klobucar was arrested for a string of other offences he allegedly committed later that night at the Lighthouse Pub in Belconnen.
He was accused of acting bizarrely and threatening to fight people inside the pub, and damaging the venue’s property.
Klobucar was arrested by police and taken into custody, before being transferred to the Canberra Hospital’s psychiatric unit for treatment.
Klobucar has not been charged over the death of Mr Gajic, but suspicions were aired by police as they tried to prevent him from being released on bail in the ACT Magistrates Court on Friday on the other charges.
His lawyer, Michael Kukulies-Smith, said his client had changed markedly since his treatment in the hospital’s psychiatric unit, where he had stayed for about a month before being moved to the Alexander Maconochie Centre.
During that time, police continued their homicide investigation, carrying out a raid on Klobucar’s grandfather’s home in Chapman, and continuing a lengthy search of the Mugga Lane tip for a bloodied shoe thought to be among the piles of rubbish.
Homicide detectives also told the court Klobucar was suspected of committing another serious attack on a victim inside his home in similar circumstances a month before the death of Mr Gajic.
That attack left the victim in hospital and police said he now feared for his life, believing Klobucar would come back and ”finish the job” if released into the community.
Police said they also feared for the safety of some individuals at the Lighthouse Pub.
Mr Kukulies-Smith told the court any risk Klobucar posed could be managed by bail conditions requiring him to report to police and submit to drug and alcohol testing.
He said police appeared to be attempting to detain Klobucar without charge to allow them to continue investigations, something the court should not allow.
”If there is sufficient material to lay the [murder] charge, then it ought to be brought, not left in this speculative state,” he said.
Police said they had enough evidence to charge Klobucar and expected to lay the murder charge at his next court appearance in late March.
Magistrate Peter Dingwall refused Klobucar bail, saying there was a real risk that he would flee the ACT, because of the seriousness of the impending charges.
Arena da Baixada a uma semana do prazo da Fifa: cobertura está quase completa (Foto: Edson Lima/RPCTV)
O que está acontecendo na Arena da Baixada é grave. Do orçamento inicial de R$ 184 milhões, um salto para R$ 330 milhões. E o governo do Paraná pede empréstimo ao BNDES para concluir a obra. Corre o risco de ser excluído da Copa. É ou não farra com dinheiro público?
Tom Barros – Jogada – Diário do Nordeste – 14/02/2014