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Bósnia e Herzegovina divulga pré-lista com 24 jogadores

Bósnia e Herzegovina divulga pré-lista com 24 jogadores

técnico da seleção da Bósnia e Herzegovina, Safet Susic, divulgou nesta segunda-feirauma lista com 24 jogadores para a disputa da Copa do Mundo da FIFA Brasil 2014. Os principais nomes da convocação são os atacantes Edin Dzeko (Manchester City-ENG) e Vedad Ibisevic (Stuttgart-GER). Até o início do Mundial, um jogador será cortado.

Prestes a disputar a Copa pela primeira vez, a Bósnia está no Grupo F da competição, ao lado de Argentina, Irã e Nigéria. Apesar da falta de tradição, os bósnios conquistaram a classificação após oito vitórias nos oito jogos que disputaram nas Eliminatórias Europeias.

A seleção da Bósnia realizará a preparação para o Mundial no Guarujá, litoral sul de São Paulo. Os europeus estreiam contra a Argentina, dia 15 de junho, no Maracanã.

Abaixo, a lista de 24 jogadores pré-convocados para defender a Bósnia:

Goleiros: Asmir Begovic (Stoke City-ENG), Jasmin Fejzic (Aalen-GER), Asmir Avdukic (Borac Banja Luka-BIH).

Defensores: Emir Spahic (Bayer Leverkusen-GER), Toni Sunjic (Zorya Lugansk-UKR), Sead Kolasinac (Schalke-GER), Ognjen Vranjes (Elazigspor-TUR), Ervin Zukanovic (KAA Gent-BEL), Ermin Bicakcic (Eintracht Braunschweig-GER), Muhamed Besic (Ferencvaros-HUN).

Meio-campistas: Miralem Pjanic (AS Roma-ITA), Izet Hajrovic (Galatasaray-TUR), Mensur Mujdza (Freiburg-GER), Haris Medunjanin (Gaziantepspor-TUR), Senad Lulic (Lazio-ITA), Anel Hadzic (Sturm Graz-AUT), Tino Susic (Hajduk Split-CRO), Sejad Salihovic (Hoffenheim-GER), Zvjezdan Misimovic (Guizhou Renhe-CHN), Senijad Ibricic (Erciyesspor-TUR), Avdija Vrsajevic (Hajduk Split-CRO).

Atacantes: Vedad Ibisevic (Stuttgart-GER), Edin Dzeko (Manchester City-ENG), Edin Visca (Istambul BB-TUR).

*As pré-listas das equipes não têm caráter oficial. As relações oficiais serão confirmadas e publicadas pela FIFA no dia 16 de maio às 7h da manhã (horário de Brasília) / 12h CET

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Irã divulga pré-lista com 28 jogadores

Irã divulga pré-lista com 28 jogadores

A seleção do Irã divulgou uma lista com 28 nomes nesta terça-feira. Deste grupo, que participará de treinos antes da Copa do Mundo da FIFA, 23 serão convocados pelo técnico português Carlos Queiroz e formarão a lista definitiva no Brasil.

O maior destaque é o jovem Sardar Azmoun. O jogador de apenas 19 anos já é até chamado de Messi iraniano. Vestindo a camisa do time russo Rubin Kazan atualmente, o atleta nunca havia sido convocado para representar a seleção principal de seu país.

Com a presença da promessa, o treinador do Irã não convocou o já experiente Ali Kamiri, de 35 anos e que é conhecido como o Maradona da Ásia. Kamiri participou da Copa do Mundo de 2006, na Alemanha. No Grupo F da Copa, o Irã estreia contra a Nigéria, no dia 16 d ejunho, em Curitiba.

Confira a lista dos 28 nomes convocados para um treino antes da Copa:

Goleiros:
Daniel Davari – Eintracht Braunschweig (GER)
Alireza Haghighi – Sporting Covilha (POR)
Rahman Ahmadi – Sepahan Isfahan
Sousha Makani – Foolad Khuzestan

Defensores:
hosro Heidari – Esteghlal
Hossein Mahini – Persepolis
Steven (Mehrdad) Beitashour – Vancouver Whitecaps (CAN)
Pejman Montazeri – Umm Salal (QAT)
Jalal Hosseini – Persepolis
Amir Hossein Sadeghi – Esteghlal
Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh – Zob Ahan
Ahmad Alenemeh – Naft
Hashem Beikzadeh – Esteghlal
Ehsan Hajsafi – Sepahan Isfahan
Mehrdad Pooladi – Persepolis

Meias:
Javad Nekounam – Kuwait SC (KUW)
Andranik Teymourian – Esteghlal
Reza Haghighi – Persepolis
Ghasem Hadadifar – Zob Ahan Isfahan
Bakhtiar Rahmani – Foolad Khuzestan

Atacantes:
Ashkan Dejagah – Fulham FC (ENG)
Masoud Shojaei – UD Las Palmas (ESP)
Alireza Jahanbakhsh – NEC Nijmegen (NED)
Mohammad Reza Khalatbari – Persepolis
Mehdi Sharifi – Sepahan Isfahan
Reza Ghoochannejhad – Charlton Atheltic (ENG)
Karim Ansarifard – Tractor Sazi Tabriz
Sardar Azmoun – Rubin Kazan (RUS)

*As relações de cada seleção só se tornarão oficiais quando forem confirmadas e publicadas pela FIFA no dia 16 de maio, às 7h da manhã (horário de Brasília) / 12h CET

Joe Hockey’s budget day party for private donors

May 7, 2014 – 6:57AM

Sean Nicholls

Sydney Morning Herald State Political Editor

Members of a secretive fund-raising body associated with Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey are being invited to pay $3000 each to be part of an exclusive budget day event attended by his most senior staff and key ministers.

The fund-raising body, the North Sydney Forum, offers exclusive access to Mr Hockey, often in private boardrooms, in return for political donations in the form of annual membership fees of up to $22,000.

Treasurer Joe Hockey.

Treasurer Joe Hockey. Photo: Louise Kennerley

But the forum and Mr Hockey refuse to disclose the names of its members. Mr Hockey has declined to say what meetings and discussions he has had with them because his diary is ”confidential”.

The invitation to the May 13 budget day event – which features pre-budget briefings, lunch at Parliament House and dinner in the Great Hall – was sent in February by chairman of the North Sydney Forum John Hart, who is also chief executive of hospitality industry lobby group Restaurant and Catering Australia.

The industry group lodged a pre-budget submission calling for the removal of fringe benefits tax from ”business meals” and an increase to the threshhold above which employers must pay superannuation to $600 a month.

The budget day program.

The budget day program.

Mr Hockey has refused to say what discussions he has had with Mr Hart or his association as part of forum activities about these or other issues.

In the invitiation, members and non-members (who may attend for a $4000 donation) are offered the chance to hear

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 Minister Bruce Billson, Mr Hockey’s chief economic adviser Tony Pearson and economist Ian Harper discuss ”Australia’s economy now and into the future”.

Professor Harper was recently appointed by Mr Billson to head the government’s review of competition policy.

Illustration: Ron Tandberg.

Illustration: Ron Tandberg.

After lunch Mr Hockey’s chief of staff Grant Lovett and chancellor of the University of Western Sydney Peter Shergold will speak on ”government’s role in the economy of the 20-teens”.

The invitation lists another speaker as ”Arthur Sinodinos – Assistant Treasurer”. But Senator Sinodinos’ office confirmed he is not scheduled to attend after standing down from the position in March following his appearance at the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

Separately at ICAC on Tuesday, a barrister representing Senator Sinodinos argued against adjournment of the present inquiry, in which he is expected to be called as a witness.

The inquiry is examining claims the NSW Liberal Party – of which Senator Sinodinos is a former treasurer and president – disguised illegal donations through the party’s main fund-raising body, the Millennium Forum, and a separate entity, the Free Enterprise Foundation, to bankroll its successful 2011 state election campaign.

The invitation to the North Sydney Forum budget day event directs donors to make cheques payable to ”Liberal Party of Australia (NSW Division)”.

Making out the payment to the party instead of the forum has the effect of preventing donors being identified as forum members on public disclosure documents.

As well, under federal laws, donations of less than $12,400 to a party in a year do not have to be declared to the Australian Electoral Commission.

Fairfax Media has previously revealed members of the forum include National Australia Bank and the Financial Services Council, which stand to benefit from proposed changes to the Future of Financial Advice Act that would weaken consumer protections.

Mr Hart did not respond to a request for comment.

Source :The Sydney Morning  Herald