Conheça o papel de Marcos Palmeira no seriado A Segunda Vez

Fabrício Belsoff, o diretor César Rodrigues e Marcos Palmeira nos bastidores de gravações de “A Segunda Vez”

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Fabrício Belsoff, o diretor César Rodrigues e Marcos Palmeira nos bastidores de gravações de”A Segunda Vez”, nova série do Multishow que estreia dia 11, às 22h30.
Na trama, o jornalista Raul (Palmeira), após perder o emprego e a mulher, se envolve com o mundo da prostituição de luxo.
A produção é baseada em livro de Marcelo Rubens Paiva.
Marcos Palmeira também está em “O Rebu”, na Globo, como o delgado Pedroso.
Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Números de ontem do TV TOTAL

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País Visualizações
Sinal BrazilBrazil 662
Sinal Estados UnidosEstados Unidos 56
Sinal PortugalPortugal 13
Sinal AustráliaAustrália 4
Sinal IsraelIsrael 3
Sinal FranceFrance 2
Sinal GermanyGermany 2
Sinal PanamáPanamá 1
Sinal PeruPeru 1
Sinal United KingdomUnited Kingdom 1
Sinal South AfricaSouth Africa 1
Sinal ThailandThailand 1

Números de anteontem do TV TOTAL

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País Visualizações
Sinal BrazilBrazil 536
Sinal Estados UnidosEstados Unidos 87
Sinal PortugalPortugal 11
Sinal EspanhaEspanha 6
Sinal South AfricaSouth Africa 2
Sinal Cabo VerdeCabo Verde 1
Sinal AngolaAngola 1
Sinal Arábia SauditaArábia Saudita 1
Sinal TurkeyTurkey 1
Sinal Hong KongHong Kong 1
Sinal JapanJapan 1
Sinal New ZealandNew Zealand 1

Saiba quando Ricardo Boechat voltará ao ar


Ainda vai demorar um pouquinho mais para Ricardo Boechat reassumir suas funções no “Jornal da Band”.
O seu retorno ao informativo só irá acontecer na edição do dia 11 de agosto.
Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Andrew Durante: Wellington Phoenix focused on A-League success

Alejandro Gorrin was a bright spark for the Phoenix in their 1-0 loss to Newcastle.

After good performances against West Ham and Newcastle United the key now for the Wellington Phoenix will be to translate that form into A-League success, says skipper Andrew Durante.

The Phoenix backed up their 2-1 victory over the Hammers in midweek with a 1-0 defeat to the Magpies on Saturday evening.

But the A-League side matched their more illustrious opponents at Westpac Stadium and were unlucky not to come away with a draw.

Striker Jeremy Brockie was denied twice by some smart goalkeeping from Rob Elliot, while All Whites keeper Glen Moss made a couple of crucial saves to keep the Phoenix in the hunt.

In the end it was a 41st minute header from Newcastle forward Yoan Gouffran that eventually split the two teams.

“We’ve set a benchmark now that we can compete against good teams and play really goodfootball,” Durante said. “It will be really disappointing if we left it all in these two pre-season games and started the season slowly.

“We had a tough season last year and getting in training early, having these games and getting our squad together nice and early is going to reap rewards.

“If we continue to play how we’ve played over the last two games it could be a very exciting season.”

Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick believed his side’s performance on Saturday had been better than in the win against West Ham.

“We continually built from the back. We kept possession really well and we created goal-scoring chances up front,” he enthused.

“It was one of those nights the ball wouldn’t go in the net. But our football today was a step up from (West Ham) against a very slick outfit.

“Newcastle deserved to win but we pretty well matched them for most of the game.”

Few fans would have given the Phoenix, who finished ninth in the A-League last season, much chance against Premier League opposition and even Durante admitted the results had probably exceeded even the players’ expectations.

“Ernie said to us you’ll be surprised how good you are when you come up against these teams,” revealed the skipper. “The step up is obviously a big one and it (the results) probably did exceed our expectations. But we did believe we could put on a good show.”

The Phoenix face Adelaide United in the FFA Cup early next month.

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Source : Football Federation Australia

Joshua Brillante shines for Fiorentina in Buenos Aires

Josh Brillante impressed in his debut for Fiorentina.

​Josh Brillante has caught the eye after his debut for Fiorentina, prompting one commentator to label him a “gem” after the young Australian played the full 90 minutes against Estudiantes in a friendly on Saturday.

The 21-year-old defender/midfielder, signed recently from Hyundai A-League club Newcastle Jets, was one of the stars in the Italian club’s 1-0 win over the Argentine’s in the capital.

Mario Gomez’ goal on the half-hour was the deciding goal of the friendly, La Viola’s first of three games in South America.

Argentinean journalist Juan Pablo Varsky was impressed with the former Young Socceroo, calling him a “gem” of a player.

This comes after Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella sensed the fringe Socceroo was ready for the game.

“Josh Brillante is ready physically and I consider him to be a nice surprise,” he said earlier in the week..

Fiorentina will play Brazilian side Palmeiras before facing Peruvian side Universitario in their final games in South America.


Source : Football Federation Australia

Apology to Newcastle United FC

Ange Postecoglou has issued an apology to Newcastle United FC.
Socceroo coach Ange Postecoglou has made the following statement regarding English Premier League club Newcastle United FC andAustralian defender Curtis Good.

“On 27 May, 2014, at the press conference announcing the selection of the National Squad for the 2014 World Cup, I made some statements concerning the decision not to select Curtis Good because of injury.

“I have been told by Newcastle United Football Club that my statements might have been understood to suggest that the Club had not provided proper care and treatment to Curtis who as a result suffered the injury and prevented him from being selected.

“If so, I confirm that I did not intend to suggest that that was the case and wish to correct the public record now.”


Source : Football Federation Australia