Eduardo da Silva desiste do Flamengo e resolve voltar para Ucrânia: “Lá está mais seguro”

Ukrainian SSR

O ex-reforço do Flamengo, Eduardo da Silva, está absolutamente apavorado. Sabendo dos protestos, das agressões e dos atos de vandalismo da torcida do Mengão devido ao provável rebaixamento do clube, o jogador decidiu voltar para sua última equipe, o Shakhtar Donetsk, da Ucrânia, antes mesmo de estrear pelo time brasileiro.

Prefiro enfrentar um conflito, uma guerra, do que apanhar da torcida, do que enfrentar bomba no aeroporto, no centro de treinamento ou no estádio. Hoje foi com o Andre Santos, amanhã pode ser comigo. Por isso, estou voltando para a Ucrânia, porque lá está mais seguro e tranquilo do que no Flamengo”, disse.

O atleta tem razão. Colchões foram queimados em todos os presídios do país e diversas UPPs foram atacadas nas favelas cariocas. Entretanto, alguns flamenguistas estão protestando de forma pacífica, utilizando faixas com frases de cobrança para o elenco, como: ”Imcompetênssia” e “Acobô a pas”.

A Alemanha está irreconhecível depois da Copa do Mundo, definitivamente.

 

Ney Franco comenta agressão: “Não vi o André Santos correr assim desde que cheguei ao Flamengo”

Bater no André Santos é tão fácil quanto bater em bêbado (FOTO: Adriano)

Bater no André Santos é tão fácil quanto bater em bêbado
(FOTO: Adriano)

Infelizmente, o lateral esquerdo André Santos foi agredido por torcedores do Flamengo após deixar o vestiário dos visitantes no Beira-Rio – após derrota por 4 a 0 para o Internacional. O técnico Ney Franco classificou o ato como selvagem, mas comemorou o desempenho do ex-jogador para fugir dos agressores.

“Nunca vi o Andre correr assim. Eu estava prestes a afastá-lo do time para que fizesse treinos físicos, mas mostrou que quando quer, consegue correr longas distantes e em alta velocidade. Precisamos achar uma forma de motivá-lo para que ele consiga dar esses piques durante as partidas”, disse.

Muito preocupado, o comandante do Titanic flamenguista finalizou a entrevista explicando a dificuldade de sair dalanterna e fugir do rebaixamento: “Acho que em 2014 nem a CBF salva”.

 

MH17 bodies loaded onto train by rebels

7:30 AM Monday Jul 21, 2014

The 192 bodies found after the Flight MH17 plane crash, have been bundled into black body bags and unceremoniously loaded into large refrigerated train cars, bound, it is understood, for the rebel heartland.

Rebel leader Alexander Borodai, prime minister of the Donetsk People’s Republic, claims that he has the bodies – which have been decomposing since Thursday – held in the train cars in the rebel-held city of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site.

Mr Borodai has given the unexpected explanation of removing the bodies from the site of the crash, where they have been lying rotting and exposed to the baking Ukrainian heat, “out of respect for the families,” and because “it is becoming inhumane in these conditions”.

“We couldn’t wait any longer because of the heat and also because there are many dogs and wild animals in the zone,” he told reporters, a statement that jars with reports from the crash site of the rebels blocking investigations and even allowing the bodies to be looted.

Mr Bordai claims the bodies will not be moved “until the experts arrive,” and that the plane’s black boxes will also be handed over to the Civil Aviation Authority.

But armed separatists in Torez have told the Guardian that they did not know when the train would leave. The train driver said he had no idea as to the destination of the train.

 

The bodies were reportedly moved by Ukraine’s emergency services who were working for the rebels under duress on Sunday.

Ukraine’s deputy prime minister Volodymyr Groysman told a news conference that 27 more bodies, along with 20 fragments of bodies, have since been recovered from the site. He said the bodies that had been loaded into the refrigerated train wagons were being held before being sent home for burial.

 

The family members of those killed in the Malaysian Airlines MH17 crash were dealt a new blow as reports emerged that their loved ones’ bodies had been guarded by drunk rebels, looted, left exposed to the elements and even dragged around, before they were unceremoniously removed from the site on Sunday.

International anger is rising at the lack of dignity with which the bodies have been treated, while families of the victims continue to call for the bodies to be returned home.

For days the bodies from the crash scene were reported to have been left to rot in the sunshine, exposed to nearly 30C heat and occasional downpours of rain after their plane was shot down on Friday (NZ time).

 

“Some of the body bags are open and the damage to the corpses is very, very bad – it is very difficult to look at,” said Michael Bociurkiw, spokesman for the investigators at the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) on Saturday.

“It basically looks like the biggest crime scene in the world right now, guarded by a bunch of guys in uniform with heavy firepower who are quite inhospitable,” he told reporters at the time.

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte called the rebels’ treatment of the bodies “downright disgusting,” saying: “Shocked by images of totally disrespectful behaviour, downright disgusting. Absolutely urgent now is the rapid repatriation of victims,” on Twitter.

On Friday Mr Bociurkiw said the officials, who have made on-going efforts to recover the bodies, were continually hampered with some of the rebels guarding the scene appearing drunk.

Ukraine’s officials had already accused the rebels of destroying evidence at the site and of allowing the victims to be robbed of their cash and credit cards, while the fighters stand accused of failing to provide full access to the scene to international observers, and of tampering with crucial evidence.

Mr Borodai denied the rebels had interfered with the crash investigation.

The Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans condemned reports of how the dead have been treated, 193 of which were Netherlands nationals.

“We are already shocked by the news we got today of bodies being dragged around, of the site not being treated properly… People are angry, furious,” he said on Saturday.

But it is little comfort to the families left behind, and the relatives of the 10 Britons who died on the flight. Speaking to the Telegraph, Barry Sweeney, 52, from North Tyneside, whose 28-year-old son Liam was one of the passengers on the plane, said: “I am sickened by reports of what has been happening over there and I just want Liam home.”

 

On Sunday Malaysia Airlines released a full list of the passengers on Flight MH17, though the names of the Britons on the flight had already been released. John Allen, a lawyer and Andrew Hoare, a banker, died on the flight with their wives and five children. Robert Ayley, a father of two who lives in New Zealand and was travelling alone, was also on board.

 

Source : The New Zealand Herald

Classificação do GRUPO B da Serie C do Campeonato Brasileiro após a sétima rodada

Pos Equipes Pts J V E D GP GC SG Classificação ou rebaixamento
1 Rio Grande do Sul Caxias 14 7 4 2 1 10 4 +6 Zona de classificação à próxima fase
2 São Paulo Mogi Mirim 13 6 4 1 1 9 4 +5
3 Rio Grande do Sul Juventude 12 6 3 3 0 6 3 +3
4 Rio de Janeiro Macaé 11 7 3 2 2 7 8 –1
5 Minas Gerais Tupi 11 7 3 2 2 6 7 –1
6 São Paulo Guaratinguetá 8 6 2 2 2 12 7 +5
7 Rio de Janeiro Madureira 8 7 2 2 3 5 5 0
8 São Paulo Guarani 8 6 2 2 2 5 7 –2
9 São Paulo São Caetano 4 7 1 1 5 4 9 –5 Zona de rebaixamento à Série D de 2015
10 Rio de Janeiro Duque de Caxias 1 7 0 1 6 2 12 –10

Classificação do GRUPO A da Serie C do Campeonato Brasileiro após a sétima rodada

Pos Equipes Pts J V E D GP GC SG Classificação ou rebaixamento
1 Ceará Fortaleza 15 7 4 3 0 7 3 +4 Zona de classificação à próxima fase
2 Paraíba Botafogo-PB 9 6 2 3 1 11 11 0
3 Mato Grosso Cuiabá 8 6 2 2 2 8 5 +3
4 Alagoas CRB 8 6 2 2 2 6 5 +1
Pará Paysandu 8 6 2 2 2 6 5 +1
6 Pernambuco Salgueiro 8 6 2 2 2 5 7 –2
7 Alagoas ASA 7 6 2 1 3 5 5 0
8 Paraíba Treze 7 7 1 4 2 7 10 –3
9 Goiás CRAC 51 6 2 2 2 8 9 –1 Zona de rebaixamento à Série D de 2015
10 Pará Águia de Marabá 4 6 1 1 4 7 10 –3

O CRAC foi punido pelo STJD com a perda de três pontos por escalação de jogador irregular.

Fortaleza 1 x 1 Treze

Leão saiu na frente no jogo deste sábado, mas acabou cedendo o empate. Agora todos voltam a atenção para o próximo compromisso, dia 26, no Castelão, contra o Botafogo/PB. (Fotos: Nodge Nogueira)

O Fortaleza somou mais um ponto na classificação do grupo A da Série C. Jogando neste sábado em Campina Grande/PB, o Leão fez 1 a 0 com Robert, mas cedeu o empate ao Galo da Borborema, que estreou novo técnico e vários jogadores.

1º tempo

Movimentação é a palavra chave para descrever o início da partida realizado no Estádio Presidente Vargas, em Campina Grande. No início do 1º tempo o Leão conseguiu pressionar com Waldison e Marcelinho Paraíba, porém as tentativas não se converteram em gol, o Treze respondeu por três vezes, mas faltou pontaria ao ataque alvinegro.

Com os dois times querendo chegar ao gol o mais rápido possível logo ele saiu, aos nove minutos o Leão do Pici abriu o placar com o artilheiro do Brasil. Em jogada pela esquerda Waldison recebeu de Fernandinho e cruzou rasteiro para Robert finalizar. Fortaleza 1 a 0.

O Treze, por sua vez, não se abateu com o gol marcado e foi pra cima. Aos 16 minutos Guto derrubou Fernandes dentro da área e o juiz marcou pênalti, Rafael Oliveira cobrou sem chances para Ricardo e empatou o jogo. Treze 1 a 1.

Com o empate conquistado o Galo da Borborema aumentou a pressão tentando a virada, mas as tentativas esbarraram no goleiro Ricardo ou na defesa tricolor.

O restante do 1º tempo foi de maior posse de bola da equipe da casa. O Leão não conseguia impor superioridade e necessitava de ajustes. Já o Treze não conseguiu tirar proveito do bom momento e ficou mesmo no empate.

Apesar de não fazer um grande jogo dentro das quatro linhas, o Fortaleza ainda teve chances com Davidson e Paraíba, mas assim como o galo, também não conseguiu converter em gols.

2º tempo

No 2º tempo o Treze voltou nos primeiros minutos pressionando o Fortaleza em busca da virada, mas com o passar do tempo o Leão voltou a se impor dominar as ações, ficando mais próximo do desempate.

Aos sete minutos Robert quase marca. Em lançamento de Fernandinho, o camisa 9 recebeu dentro da área, pela direita e chutou para o gol, mas a bola passou por cima da meta do goleiro Gilson. Logo depois o Treze respondeu com Jonathan, mas Ricardo saiu bem e defendeu sem dar rebote.

Com a superioridade leonina em campo o jogo ficou mais franco, com a equipe da casa se defendendo bem, mas sempre buscando a virada através de contra ataques rápidos.

Aos 16 minutos Marcelinho Paraíba enfiou para Guto, que apareceu sozinho na frente do gol e chutou, mas o goleiro Gilson salvou o Galo. Aos 35 minutos o Fortaleza voltou a levar perigo. Paraíba chutou de fora da área e Gilson defendeu em dois tempos.

Na segunda metade da etapa final, Marcelo Chamusca ainda injetou sangue novo na equipe na tentativa de conquistar os três pontos, fazendo entrar Uilliam, Correa e Zulu, para as saídas de Davidson, Walfrido e Robert, mas o placar seguiu como ao final do primeiro tempo, 1 a 1.

Com o resultado o Fortaleza segue líder, agora com 15 pontos ganhos. Já o Treze começa a se afastar da zona de rebaixamento, chegando aos sete pontos.

Agora o Leão já passa a pensar no compromisso de sábado (26), no Castelão, contra o Botafogo/PB.

Delegação retorna à capital cearense nesse domingo. A reapresentação do elenco está marcada para a segunda feira à tarde, no Pici.

ASSESSORIA DE IMPRENSA DO FEC

Jornalistas: Nodge Nogueira/Raissa Feijó

Classificação do GRUPO A 2 da Serie D do Campeonato Brasileiro após a primeira rodada

Pos Equipes Pts J V E D GP GC SG
1 Piauí Ríver-PI 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 1
2 Maranhão Moto Club 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0
Pará Remo 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0
4 Tocantins Interporto 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Ceará Guarany de Sobral 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1
Zona de classificação para a próxima fase

Não existe rebaixamento na Serie D do Campeonato Brasileiro

Guarany de Sobral 1 x 2 River do Piauí

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O Guarany de Sobral tropeçou na estreia da Série D, neste domingo (20), no Junco. O Cacique do Vale recebeu o River/PI e foi derrotado por 2 a 1, largando na lanterna do Grupo A2 da competição.

Logo aos 30 minutos do primeiro tempo,Eduardo fez 1 a 0 para o time piauiense, placar que foi modificado somente aos 23 minutos da etapa final, quando Fabiano ampliou para a equipe visitante.

Com a desvantagem no placar, o time sobralense foi todo ao ataque e conseguiu diminuir com Rodrigo Dantas, aos 25 minutos. Apesar da pressão no fim, o Cacique não conseguiu empatar a partida e larga com derrota em casa na Série D.

Com a vitória, o River desponta na liderança do grupo, pois foi a única equipe a somar 3 pontos.Remo/PA e Moto Clube/PA empataram em 1 a 1 na outra partida do Grupo A2. Quinta equipe da chave, o Interporto/TO folgou na rodada.

Na próxima rodada, o Cacique do Vale folga, enquanto o River recebe o Remo, e o Moto Clube atua contra o Interporto. Ambas as partidas acontecem no domingo (27). O representante cearense volta a campo somente no dia 3 de agosto, quando encara o Moto Clube, no Maranhão.

 

Diário do Nordeste – Jogada – 20.07.2014

MH17 disaster: Where horror, outrage and incompetence meet the rolling fields of Europe’s breadbasket

July 21, 2014 – 9:01AM

Paul McGeough

Chief foreign correspondent

In respect to the families of the victims, TV TOTAL only displays photos of the aircraft before the disaster.

Hrabove, eastern Ukraine: Under a dazzling sun, heavily cropped fields roll away to the sky – a colourful patchwork draped over a region they call the breadbasket of Europe.

A kind local has placed a gladiolus on each of the bags. But standing here, smelling the smells, you have to ask in what kind of world are the bodies of the innocent left to roast in the summer heat for three days –and rage wells up.

But something is not right with this picture – amid the golden wheat and the yellow sunflowers, there are splashes of purple and a garish green; and among them, dots of white. These are the mangled seats, travel blankets and pillows from flight MH17.

Nature is filled with curves. But these fields are strewn with jagged edges – a shredded wing section; a hunk of the rear fuselage; and in the middle of a still-smouldering mess of aircraft parts and personal effects, there are tanks that held the waste from the aircraft’s plumbing, right up until a missile brought the Boeing 777 down, killing all 298 passengers and crew as they flew from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur last Thursday.

Walk down the narrow bitumen road and sickening impact of this entire 35-square-kilometre disaster zone is tidily at your feet – flies buzzing at six black plastic body bags, their contents little resembling the bodily form of hale and hearty friends and relatives who were kissed goodbye at Amsterdam. And the three small green plastic bags don’t bear thinking about – they are what the technically minded might describe as miscellaneous body parts.

A kind local has placed a gladiolus on each of the bags. But standing here, smelling the smells, you have to ask in what kind of world are the bodies of the innocent left to roast in the summer heat for three days – and rage wells up.

You must take care as you wander the fields not to tread on the bits and pieces of so many lives, in which MH17 probably was the start or the end of an adventure of some kind. A black Sport City toiletry bag, a child’s lanky-legged soft toy, an “I-heart-Amsterdam” T-shirt, an umbrella, two bottles of Famous Grouse whisky, still in their duty-free sleeves. There is a photocopy of the details page of 59-year-old Susan Hijmans’ passport and a copy of an itinerary, prepared by a travel agent, for a Mr Hendry.

There’s livestock to consider – a dead sheep, which presumably was on the ground, but nearby are some of the cages in which live animals are freighted, and strewn around them are the carcasses of a turkey, a brilliant blue and yellow macaw and a dozen pigeons with identity bands on their legs.

It is striking that there is nothing of value. I see a Louis Vuitton passport folder, but the document is gone; there is nothing that resembles the remains of a wallet or jewellery.

The area is littered with suitcases and tote bags, some with their contents spilling out, but it is impossible to say if the site has been looted or merely tidied up, as suggested by the piles of baggage. But even on day three, that I can walk where I like is a measure of how sloppily this disaster zone is being managed.

Reports on the toll from the separatist war being waged here between the forces of the Ukraine government and pro-Russian rebels are proof of the challenge – eight national soldiers killed and 50 others wounded in the past 24 hours.

But an ugly blame game is playing out. Washington and most Western capitals are backing the Kiev government’s claim that a Soviet missile, fired by rebels, brought MH17 down. The rebels claim elements of the national forces fired the shot, and Moscow is backing the rebels by heaping blame on Kiev, too.

And because this is a rebel-controlled area, access for the Ukrainian and international experts who should have been arriving within minutes and hours of the crash still must be negotiated with the rebels.

The unseemliness of it all suggests a deliberate effort to destroy the forensic value of the site ahead of an inevitable international investigation into the crash.

The fate of the bodies of the dead is illustrative. It made sense for the rebels to collect the bodies that fell into or near the homes of local farmers and villagers – but why the secrecy about where they are stored? They are reportedly in a morgue at nearby Donetsk, but a BBC reporter who went to check at the morgue was detained on Sunday.

After allowing them to bake in the sun and humidity for 48 hours, the rebels trucked them overnight on Saturday to the railway station at nearby Torez, where a locomotive had hauled four old Soviet-era refrigerated wagons. It has been dubbed the “train of the dead”, but its destination is not clear.

As I approached the station platform, a young rebel fighter pointed a gun and ordered me to back off, then changed his mind and allowed me to walk the length of the train – on which the locomotive keeps running to power the fridges.

By the time I arrived, the door seals on the wagons were doing their job. But earlier in the day, when a team from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe inspected the train, they were unable to verify the rebel’s count of 196 bodies because they could not enter the wagons.

“Because of the conditions they were in you need professional protective equipment to go in there, the stench was absolutely overwhelming,” OSCE spokesman Michael Bociurkiw told reporters. “I don’t want to be too gruesome but it’s a very, very difficult scene to watch. Most of the body bags were intact – you could see some body parts visible, slightly torn, but on the whole they were intact. But most crucially, there is refrigeration finally because today is another quite warm day in this area. We were told that for the time being those cars will be stationary.

“They were wondering when experts will be arriving to start processing the bodies. The thinking is that the cars should be taken to Ukrainian-controlled territory such as [the city of] Kharkiv, and they can be processed there.”

Again, note the lack of clarity on whose thinking this is, and whether or not all sides agree. But making sure that everything is dragged out, reports early on Sunday suggested a deal, “preliminary” mind you, between Kiev and the separatists for the bodies from MH17 to be moved to a new location.

Likewise, the rebels have consistently denied they had recovered the aircraft’s black box recorders. But on Sunday, Alexander Borodai, the so-called Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, fessed up: “Jet parts resembling the black boxes were discovered at the crash site.”

He said the boxes would be handed over to “international experts if they arrive”, without making clear which experts.

Similarly, there were reports that another deal had been struck to allow 400 of the national government’s emergency officials to work on and search the site. But when I was there, the count would have been no more than 20.

And instead of the TV cop show staple of policemen, shoulder to shoulder, as they make an almost-microscopic search for evidence, the scene at Hrabove was distressing – local miners in groups of two and four, but perhaps only 20 or 30 all up, wandered the fields with no obvious patter.

And again, there was a deal – in return for access, all the bodies and body parts found were to remain in rebel custody, in the short term at least.

And do my ears deceive me? As I left the site on Sunday afternoon there was the unmistakable sound of an aircraft making a single transit overhead, so high it was not visible in the clear sky. But what was it – possibly a surveillance aircraft, Russian or Western. Surely not a commercial airline taking its chances on the Ukrainian air lanes that you would have thought would by now have been abandoned by the airlines of the world.

Source : The Sydney Morning Herald

Which nationality most likes to get naked at the beach?

July 16, 2014

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Beach goers around the world don’t get too bothered by public nudity and speedos. But they do break a sweat when it comes to a possible shark attack.

That’s according to Expedia’s annual Flip Flop report. The study, commissioned by the online travel agency and conducted online by research firm Northstar, gauged the behaviors and preferences of 11,165 adults across 24 countries in five continents.

For the third consecutive year, Germans were the most likely to sunbathe fully nude, with 28 per cent saying they have spent a day at the beach in the buff. But for the first time this year, Austrians tied them.

Worldwide, more men than women prefer to sunbathe nude.

Women, especially Europeans, were more likely to go topless. Nearly half of Austrians – 49 per cent – were likely to sunbathe topless. Spaniards and Germans followed closely behind.

The most modest beach goers were from Asia. Only 2 per cent of Japanese, 3 per cent of South Korean and 4 per cent of Thai beach goers said they have sunbathed nude. Being modest didn’t translate into being uncomfortable with the practice, however. Nearly three-quarters of Japanese beach goers said they were “very” or “somewhat” comfortable with beach nudity or female toplessness. Residents of Hong Kong, India and Malaysia said they were the least comfortable with it.

The beach is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. More than half – 56 per cent – of those surveyed said they have taken a beach vacation in the past year. And 73 per cent of those who have taken, or plan to take, a beach vacation said they had reached personal bliss as a result.

“The beach is the world’s most popular travel destination by a considerable margin,” John Morrey, vice president and general manager of Expedia.com, said in a written statement. “So every year we ask travelers all over the world to tell us their likes and dislikes as they relate to beach behavior. In response, we can offer travellers the recommendations that best suit their preferences.”

Among the other findings:

* Speedos are acceptable attire to nearly three-quarters of beach goers worldwide. A full 95 per cent of Brazilians approve of the skimpy swimwear. Austrians, Germans and Spaniards were nearly as accepting. The least likely to approve of speedos were Norwegians, with just 40% considering it acceptable attire. As for Americans, 57 per cent were fine with speedos.

* More than half of the world’s beach goers would “never” post a photo of themselves in swimwear, whether it be a speedo or a one-piece.

* Sleeping was the top beach indulgence, with 46 per cent of respondents saying that they like to sleep in or nap while on a beach vacation. Taking a beach holiday also sparks romance. Almost 40 per cent of the world’s beach goers said they enjoy getting intimate with a partner while vacationing on a beach.

* Sharks breed anxiety among beach goers, with 44 per cent of respondents saying they fear an attack. Those from Brazil, Hong Kong and Malaysia were the most fearful of sharks. Half of beach goers said they are afraid to swim at the beach because of sharks. Still, that didn’t stop 35 per cent of them from conquering that fear and getting into the water.

MCT

Source : The Sydney Morning Herald

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