Hyundai A-League Season 2014/2015 Round 18 – Ins and Outs

Glory's Dino Djulbic returns from suspension while City midfielder Erik Paartalu is back from injury.
It promises to be another blockbuster round in the Hyundai A-League as teams look to build towards the finals. Here are all the squads for round 18.

Friday, 20 February 2015

Brisbane Roar FC v Melbourne Victory

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Kick-Off: 7:00 PM (Local) (8:00 PM AEDT)

Referee: Chris  Beath

Assistant Referee 1: Nathan MacDonald

Assistant Referee 2: Andrew Lindsay

Fourth Official: Alex  King

TV Broadcast: Live and exclusive coverage on FOX SPORTS 505 from 7.30pm (AEDT), Live Coverage on SBS HD & SBS One from 7.30pm AEDT and Sky Sport 2 (New Zealand)

Radio Broadcast: 612 ABC Brisbane, 774 ABC Melbourne, ABC Local Radio QLD & ABC Local Radio VIC, Online/ABC Radio Mobile phone app

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tag #BRIvMVC

Brisbane Roar FC squad: 1.Michael THEO (gk), 2.Jerome POLENZ, 3.Shane STEFANUTTO, 4.Adam SAROTA, 5.Corey BROWN, 8.Steven LUSTICA, 9.ANDRIJA Kaluderovic, 10.HENRIQUE, 13.Jade NORTH, 15.James DONACHIE, 17.Matt McKAY (c), 18.Luke BRATTAN, 21.Jamie YOUNG (gk), 22.Thomas BROICH, 28.Brandon BORRELLO, 34.Shannon BRADY

Ins: HENRIQUE (returns from injury)

Outs: Jean Carlos SOLORZANO (hamstring – two weeks)

Unavailable: Nil

Melbourne Victory squad: 1.Nathan COE (GK), 2.Jason GERIA, 4.Nick ANSELL, 5.Mark MILLIGAN (c), 6.Leigh BROXHAM, 7.Gui FINKLER, 8.Besart BERISHA, 9.Kosta BARBAROUSES, 10.Archie THOMPSON, 13.Andrew NABBOUT, 14.Fahid BEN KHALFALLAH, 15.Daniel GEORGIEVSKI, 16.Rashid MAHAZI, 20.Lawrence THOMAS (GK), 21.Carl VALERI, 22.Jesse MAKAROUNAS, 23.Adrian LEIJER, 24.Scott GALLOWAY

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 15.Daniel GEORGIEVSKI (promoted), 22.Jesse MAKAROUNAS (promoted)

Outs: Nil

Unavailable: 17.Matthieu DELPIERRE (injury)

 

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Sydney FC v Central Coast Mariners

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

Kick-Off: 5:00 PM (Local) (5:00 PM AEDT)

Referee: Matthew Conger

Assistant Referee 1: Ryan Gallagher

Assistant Referee 2: Lance Greenshields

Fourth Official: Adam  Gehrig

TV Broadcast: Live and exclusive coverage on FOX SPORTS 505 from 5.00pm (AEDT) and Sky Sport 2 (New Zealand)

Radio Broadcast: Online/ABC Radio Mobile phone app. Coast FM 96.3 (Central Coast)

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tag #SYDvCCM

Sydney FC squad: 1.Ivan NECEVSKI (gk), 2.Seb RYALL, 5.Matt JURMAN, 6.Nikola PETKOVIC, 8.Milos DIMITRIJEVIC, 9.Shane SMELTZ, 11.Bernie IBINI, 13.Christopher NAUMOFF, 14.Alex BROSQUE (c), 16.Alex GERSBACH, 17.Terry ANTONIS, 20.Vedran JANJETOVIC (gk), 21.Mark JANKO, 23.Rhyan GRANT, 25.Aaron CALVER, 26.Jacques FATY, 27.Mickael TAVARES, 34.Robert STAMBOLZIEV

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 6.Nikola PETKOVIC (return from suspension), 26.Jacques FATY (return from suspension)

Outs: None

Unavailable: 7.Corey GAMEIRO (knee – indefinite), 22.Ali ABBAS (knee – indefinite), 19.Nick CARLE (knee – indefinite), 3.Sasa OGNENOVSKI (hip – indefinite)

Central Coast Mariners squad: 1.Matthew NASH (gk), 2.Storm ROUX, 3.Josh ROSE, 4.Jacob POSCOLIERO, 5.Zac ANDERSON, 7.John HUTCHINSON (c), 8.Nick MONTGOMERY, 10.Anthony CACERES, 11.Nick FITZGERALD, 12.Liam REDDY (gk), 14.Travis MAJOR, 15.Matt SIM, 16.Liam ROSE, 18.Glen TRIFIRO, 19.Matt SIMON, 20.Anthony KALIK, 25.Eddy BOSNAR, 26.Fabio FERREIRA

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 5.Zac ANDERSON (promoted), 18.Glen TRIFIRO (promoted)

Outs: Nil

Unavailable: 17.Richard VERNES (shoulder – indefinite), 21.Michael NEILL (foot – indefinite)

 

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Adelaide United v Western Sydney Wanderers FC

Coopers Stadium, Adelaide

Kick-Off: 7:00 PM (Local) (7:30 PM AEDT)

Referee: Peter  O’Leary

Assistant Referee 1: Paul Cetrangolo

Assistant Referee 2: Matthew Cream

Fourth Official: Rick Schneider

TV Broadcast: Live and exclusive coverage on FOX SPORTS 505 from 7.00pm (AEDT) and Sky Sport 2 (New Zealand)

Radio Broadcast: Online/ABC Radio Mobile phone app

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tag #ADLvWSW

Adelaide United squad: 1.Eugene GALEKOVIC (GK) (c), 2.Michael MARRONE, 4.Dylan McGOWAN, 5.Osama MALIK, 7.PABLO SÁNCHEZ, 8.ISAÍAS, 9.Sergio CIRIO, 10.Marcelo CARRUSCA, 11.Bruce DJITE, 14.Cameron WATSON, 16.Craig GOODWIN, 17.Awer MABIL, 18.Jimmy JEGGO, 19.Miguel PALANCA, 20.Paul IZZO (GK), 21.Tarek ELRICH, 24.Bruce KAMAU, 32.Nathan KONSTANDOPLOUS

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 20.Paul IZZO (GK) (promoted), 24.Bruce KAMAU (promoted), 32.Nathan KONSTANDOPLOUS (promoted)

Outs: 30.John HALL (GK) (not selected)

Unavailable: 3.Nigel BOOGAARD (knee – 1 week), 23.Jordan ELSEY (knee – indefinite)

Western Sydney Wanderers FC squad: 1.Ante COVIC (gk), 2.Shannon COLE, 3.Yusuke TANAKA, 4.Nikolai TOPOR-STANLEY (c), 5.Brendan HAMILL, 7.Labinot HALITI, 8.Mateo POLJAK, 9.Tomi JURIC, 10.Yojiro TAKAHAGI, 11.Brendon SANTALAB, 12.Nikita RUKAVYTSYA, 13.Matthew SPIRANOVIC, 17.Romeo CASTELEN, 18.Iacopo La Rocca, 20.Dean BOUZANIS (gk), 23.Jason TRIFIRO, 25.Sam GALLAWAY, 33.Nick KALMAR

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 25.Sam GALLAWAY (promoted), 18.Iacopo La Rocca (returns from injury), 17.Romeo CASTELEN (returns from injury)

Outs: 6.Antony GOLEC (not selected)

Unavailable: 34.Golgol MEBRAHTU (knee – indefinite)

 

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Wellington Phoenix v Newcastle Jets

Hutt Recreational Ground, Lower Hutt

Kick-Off: 5:00 PM (Local) (3:00 PM AEDT)

Referee: Kris Griffiths-Jones

Assistant Referee 1: Mark Rule

Assistant Referee 2: Glen Lochrie

Fourth Official: Nick Waldron

TV Broadcast: Live and exclusive coverage on FOX SPORTS 505 from 3.00pm (AEDT) and Sky Sport 1 (New Zealand)

Radio Broadcast: Online/ABC Radio Mobile phone app

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tag #WELvNEW

Wellington Phoenix squad: 1.Glen MOSS (GK), 2.Manny MUSCAT, 4.Roly BONEVACIA, 5.Michael BOXALL, 7.Kenny CUNNINGHAM, 8.Alex RODRIGUEZ, 9.Nathan BURNS, 10.Michael McGLINCHEY, 13.Albert RIERA, 15.Jason HICKS, 17.Vince LIA, 18.Ben SIGMUND, 19.Tom DOYLE, 20.Lewis ITALIANO (GK), 21.Roy KRISHNA, 22.Andrew DURANTE (c)

Ins: Tom DOYLE (promoted)

Outs: 16.Louis FENTON (concussion – 1 week)

Unavailable: 23.Matthew Ridenton (knee injury – 4 weeks)

Newcastle Jets squad: 1.Jess VANSTRATTAN (Gk), 2.Scott NEVILLE, 3.Taylor REGAN, 5.Ben KANTAROVSKI, 8.Zenon CARAVELLA, 10.Travis COOPER, 11.Andrew HOOLE, 12.Sam GALLAGHER, 13.Edson MONTANO, 16.Jacob PEPPER, 18.Allan WELSH, 19.Mitch COOPER, 20.Ben KENNEDY (Gk), 21.Daniel MULLEN, 22.LEE Ki-je, 26.Nick COWBURN, 27.Radovan PAVICEVIC, 28.Braedyn CROWLEY

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 2.Scott NEVILLE (returns from injury), 10.Travis COOPER (promoted)

Outs: Nil

Unavailable: 15.Joshua BARRESI (knee – season), 17.James VIRGILI (ankle – 7 weeks)

 

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Melbourne City FC v Perth Glory

AAMI Park, Melbourne

Kick-Off: 5:00 PM (Local) (5:00 PM AEDT)

Referee: Jarred  Gillett

Assistant Referee 1: Brad  Hobson

Assistant Referee 2: Luke  Brennan

Fourth Official: Lucien Laverdure

TV Broadcast: Live and exclusive coverage on FOX SPORTS 505 from 3.00pm (AEDT) and Sky Sport 1 (New Zealand)

Radio Broadcast: Online/ABC Radio Mobile phone app

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tag #MCYvPER

Melbourne City FC squad: 1.Andrew REDMAYNE (GK), 4.Connor CHAPMAN, 5.Erik PAARTALU, 6.Aaron MOOY, 7.Iain RAMSAY, 8.Massimo MURDOCCA, 10.Robert KOREN, 13.Jonatan GERMANO, 15.David WILLIAMS, 16.Josh KENNEDY, 17.Jason HOFFMAN, 18.Paulo RETRE, 20.Tando VELAPHI (GK), 22.Jack CLISBY, 24.Patrick KISNORBO, 25.Jacob MELLING, 29.Safuwan BAHARUDIN, Kew JALIENS (number TBC)

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 5.Erik PAARTALU (returns from injury), 13.Jonatan GERMANO (promoted), Kew JALIENS (pending clearance)

Outs: 11.Damien DUFF (ankle/calf – indefinite)

Unavailable: 3.Robbie WIELAERT (ankle – 6-7 weeks), 14.James BROWN (knee – 1-2 weeks), 19.Ben GARUCCIO (ankle – 10 weeks), 23.Mate DUGANDZIC (knee – 1-2 weeks)

Perth Glory squad: 1.Danny VUKOVIC (gk) 5.Rostyn GRIFFITHS, 6.Dino DJULBIC, 8.Ruben ZADKOVICH, 9.Andy KEOGH, 10.Nebojsa MARINKOVIC, 11.Richard GARCIA, 14.Chris Harold, 15.Jamie MACLAREN, 16.Sidnei SCIOLA, 17.Mitch NICHOLS, 18.Jack DUNCAN (gk), 19.Josh RISDON, 20.Daniel DE SILVA, 21.Scott JAMIESON, 23.Michael THWAITE (c), 27.Dragan PALJIC, 28.Denis KRAMAR

***two to be omitted***

Ins: 6.Dino DJULBIC (returns from suspension), 17.Mitch NICHOLS (promoted), 18.Jack DUNCAN (gk) (promoted), 20.Daniel DE SILVA (promoted)

Outs: 3.Brandon O’NEILL (not selected), 30.Jordan Thurtell (GK) (not selected)

Unavailable: 7.Youssouf HERSI (hamstring – season), 13.Diogo FEREIRA (hip – 4 weeks)

Source : Football Federation Australia Website

Brisbane Roar FC – Melbourne Victory FC clash postponed due to cyclone

Besart Berish'a return to Brisbane will have to wait
Friday night’s match between Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory has been postponed due to an extreme weather warning.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has postponed Friday night’s Hyundai A-League clash between Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory at Suncorp Stadium due to safety concerns and dangerous weather conditions generated by Cyclone Marcia.

FFA acted after advice from the Queensland Government and the Queensland Police and consultation with authorities in Queensland, Brisbane Roar, Melbourne Victory and Suncorp Stadium.

“We have decided to postpone tonight’s Brisbane Roar v Melbourne Victory match at Suncorp Stadium due to safety concerns and also out of respect for all of those in Queensland facing the potential disaster of Cyclone Marcia” said Head of the Hyundai A-League Damien de Bohun.

“FFA liaised with a broad range of stakeholders including the Queensland Government, police and emergency services and we received consistent information that we would be putting players, fans and staff at risk if we played the match.

“Residents in south east Queensland are being advised by Queensland police and emergency services to stay indoors so it is inappropriate for us to play a football match tonight in these circumstances.

“We are also mindful of taking emergency resources away from the disaster areas in south-east Queensland and feel it is the appropriate action to take in the interest of public safety.”

FFA will make an announcement regarding the rescheduling of the match at a later date.

Source : Football Federation Australia Website

Brisbane Roar FC name AFC Asian Champions League 2015 squad

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Brisbane Roar FC have announced their 29-man squad for the 2015 AFC Champions League, with the club set to begin its campaign on Wednesday.

The Roar’s opening match, which kicks off at 7.30pm at Gold Coast Stadium in Robina, is against 2014 Chinese Super League runners-up Beijing Guoan.

Alongside a host of players who played in the club’s 2012 AFC Champions League campaign, the squad includes the likes of AFC Asian Cup winning-Socceroo Matt McKay and defenders Jade North and Luke DeVere, who have vast experience playing football in Asia.

Reigning Johnny Warren medallist Thomas Broich, the club’s leading Hyundai A-League goal-scorer Henrique and new Serbian striker Andrija Kaluderovic, who played for Beijing against the Roar back in 2012, have also been included.

While the Roar has five visa players in its Hyundai A-League squad, under the AFC’s 3+1 rule, teams participating in the Champions League are permitted a maximum of four visa players in their squad providing one is player from an Asian nation.

Brisbane Roar Director of Football Ken Stead said that meant not all of the club’s visa players could be included in the Champions League squad.

“It’s unfortunate but we could only pick three players under the rules,” he said.

“That said, as a club, we are excited about this upcoming AFC Champions League campaign and look forward to the challenge of playing against some of Asia’s best teams.”

Also in the Roar’s Group G are two-time Asian champions Suwon Bluewings, from South Korea, and 2007 champions Urawa Red Diamonds, from Japan.

The Roar host Suwon on Tuesday, March 17, and Urawa on Tuesday, May 5. Their away schedule is March 4 (Urawa), April 8 (Suwon) and April 21 (Beijing).

In 2012, Brisbane had three draws and three losses in their first tilt at the Champions League and lost to Thailand’s Buriram United in a qualifying match for the 2013 edition of the tournament.

This is the second time Roar has met Beijing Guoan in the group stage of the Champions League with both the Roar’s home and away matches against the Chinese in 2012 ending in 1-1 draws.

Tickets to the Roar’s three AFC Champions League Group Stage games at Robina are now available through Ticketek. Adults are $10 and children $5 for pre-purchase and $12 and $7 at the gate. A discounted three-game ticket buy is available at $25 for adults and $15 for children.

Brisbane Roar FC members can also take advantage of priority positioning on the halfway line at no extra cost.

The ticket price includes free train travel to and from Robina. Gold Coast-based fans can also travel free to the game on Surfside bus routes, trains and the G-Link tram. Trains will leave Brisbane Central for Robina every 15 minutes from 3.30pm on Wednesday. Go to Translink to plan your journey.

Those intending to drive to the Gold Coast for any of the three matches should consult the stadium website cbussuperstadium.com.au for information on shuttle bus services from various park ‘n ride lots north and south of the venue.

BRISBANE ROAR AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SQUAD:  1. Michael THEO (gk); 3. Shane STEFANUTTO; 4. Adam SAROTA; 5. Corey BROWN; 6. George LAMBADARIDIS; 8. Steven LUSTICA; 9. Andrija KALUDEROVIC; 10. HENRIQUE; 13. Jade NORTH; 14. Daniel BOWLES; 15. James DONACHIE; 16. Devante CLUT; 17 Matt McKAY; 18. Luke BRATTAN; 19. Jack HINGERT; 20. Kofi DANNING; 21. Jamie YOUNG (gk); 22. Thomas BROICH; 23. Dimitri PETRATOS; 26. Lachlan JACKSON; 27. Ben LITFIN; 28. Brandon BORRELLO; 29. Patrick THEODORE; 33. Luke DeVERE; 34. Shannon BRADY; 35. Mitchell HORE; 36. Fraser CHALMERS (gk); 37. Denver CRICKMORE (gk); 38. Nicholas D’AGOSTINO.

Source : Football Federation Australia Website

Tim Cahill lands in China

Tim Cahill has landed in China to huge fanfare with the Socceroos striker swamped by hundreds of supporters on his arrival at Pudong Airport overnight.

The 35-year-old is set to begin the next exciting chapter in a club career that has seen him star in England and the US when he links with his new club Shanghai Shenhua.

The packed airport was a sea of blue as fans gathered to catch a glimpse of their new striker, Cahill’s bicycle-kick exploits which helped dump China out of last month’s Asian Cup seemingly forgiven.

Cahill signed with the Chinese Super League club in the wake of the Socceroos’ Cup triumph after reportedly fielding offers from England, Asia, the Middle East and Spain.

The Socceroos’ all-time leading scorer revealed he consulted national boss Ange Postecoglou, former manager David Moyes and New York Red Bulls teammate Thierry Henry before making his decision.

Shanghai is Cahill’s fourth club, having started his career at Millwall in 1998 before signing with Everton in 2004, earning iconic status at both clubs.

The talisman joined New York Red Bulls in 2012, scoring 14 goals in his two-and-half seasons in the MLS and claimed the club’s MVP award in 2013.

The 83-capped Socceroo netted three times at the Asian Cup including a spectacular brace against China in the quarter-finals.

He will no doubt be keen to add to his 40 goal international tally when the Socceroos play world champions Germany in a friendly next month.

Tim Cahill’s club career

Millwall (’97-’04): 56 goals in 249 matches

Everton (’04-’12): 68 goals in 278 matches

New York (’12-’15): 16 goals in 72 matches

Overall: 140 goals in 599 matches

 

Source : Football Federation Australia Website

Ceará derrotou o Botafogo da Paraíba por 1 a 0 na quinta-feira

Mesmo sofrendo com a forte marcação do Botafogo/PB, Magno Alves conseguiu marcar o gol da vitória

Mesmo sofrendo com a forte marcação do Botafogo/PB, Magno Alves conseguiu marcar o gol da vitória
(Foto: Christian Alekson/CearaSC.com)

Na noite desta quinta-feira, 19/02, o time do Ceará Sporting Club entrou em campo para enfrentar o time do Botafogo/PB, me partida válida pela 3ª rodada da Copa do Nordeste 2015. O jogo foi muito disputado, no entanto, o artilheiro Magno Alves voltou a marcar no Nordestão e deu a vitória ao Ceará, que segue forte na briga pela classificação para as quartas de final da competição.

O primeiro tempo começou com o Vozão levando perigo logo nos primeiros segundos de partida. Ricardinho pegou rebote da defesa e chutou forte, porém, a bola passou muito perto da trave esquerda do goleiro Genivaldo. Em seguida, Wescley recebeu de Magno Alves e chutou rasteiro, facilitando a defesa do camisa 1 do Botafogo/PB.

O time paraibano conseguiu equilibrar a ações depois dos dez minutos e os chutes de fora da área acabaram se tornando uma arma para o Vovô. Aos 16 minutos, Uillian Correio arriscou, mas a defesa conseguiu evitar o gol. Na resposta, Chapinha mandou sem perigo para o goleiro Luís Carlos.

Aos 23 minutos, Marcos Aurélio pegou rebote da defesa adversária e chutou de primeira, no entanto, a finalização parou na boa defesa de Genivaldo. Seis minutos depois foi a vez do arqueiro do Vozão trabalhar, após chute forte de Chapinha. Magno Alves, João Marcos e Tiago Cametá ainda criaram chances, mas não conseguiram marcar.

No fim do primeiro tempo, o Vozão partiu ao ataque, mas encontrou muitas dificuldades. Aos 44 minutos, Samuel Xavier fez ótima jogada e cruzou para Magno Alves, porém, o goleiro Genivaldo espalmou. Na sequência, Marcos Aurélio tentou de fora da área, mas mandou por cima e viu o placar do primeiro tempo terminar sem gols.

Na etapa final, Wescley quase marcou em chute de fora da área, que foi desviado pela zaga. Em seguida, Chapinha tentou a respostas, mas a bola saiu pelo lado esquerdo do gol de Luís Carlos. Para dar mais movimentação no ataque, o técnico Silas optou por colocar Assisinho na vaga de Wescley.

Com 11 minutos, Magno Alves tabelou com Ricardinho, que chutou forte da entrada da área, porém, Genivaldo salvou. Um minuto depois, Assisinho tentou de fora da área, mas mandou pela linha de fundo. O Ceará partiu ao ataque e quase balançou as redes aos 12 minutos, quando Uillian Correia recebeu de Ricardinho e chutou de fora da área, porém, o arqueiro do time paraibano salvou mais uma vez.

Aos 15 minutos, Ricardinho tentou em cobrança de falta, mas Genivaldo espalmou. Depois disso, Assisinho fez lançamento para Magno Alves, que dominou e chutou forte, mas a defesa do Botafogo/PB conseguiu travar. Com o objetivo de dar novo fôlego ao meio-campo, Silas mandou Sandro Manoel na vaga de João Marcos. Na sua primeira jogada, o volante lançou para  Magno Alves, que ganhou da defesa e chutou cruzado, obrigando Genivaldo a trabalhar bem.

A pressão dos cearenses aumentou após os 30 minutos, no entanto, a defesa do Botafogo/PB seguia trabalhando bem. A melhor chance de gol surgiu aos 33 minutos, quando Assisinho fez jogada sensacional e cruzou para Marcos Aurélio, que finalizou forte, no entanto, Genivaldo conseguiu reagir no lance e salvar. No rebote, a bola sobrou limpa para Magno Alves, que, na pequena área, mandou por cima.

O lance claro deixou o torcedor impaciente nas arquibancadas, no entanto, o artilheiro do Vozão na Copa do Nordeste ainda daria alegrias aos alvinegros. Com 35 minutos, Ricardinho saiu para a entrada de Marinho, que deu velocidade ao ataque. Com 40 minutos, Sandro Manoel aproveitou jogada pela direita e cruzou na cabeça de Magno Alves, que cabeceou colocado, mandando para o fundo das redes.

Nos minutos finais, o time do Botafogo/PB tentou pressionar, mas os atletas se mostraram desestabilizados em campo e não levaram perigo. Já no último minuto, Marcos Aurélio ainda obrigou o goleiro Genivaldo a fazer grande defesa, após cobrança de falta do camisa 10. O placar de 1 x 0 levou o Vozão aos cinco pontos, seguindo forte na briga pela classificação à próxima fase do Nordestão.

 

Site do Ceará Sporting Club

TV Verdes Mares transmite Icasa x Ceará amanhã ás 16h00

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Associação Desportiva Recreativa Cultural Icasa Ceará Sporting Club

Neste domingo , a TV Verdes Mares inicia a cobertura da segunda fase do Campeonato Cearense 2015 . É o hexagonal . Todos contra todos em jogos de ida e volta . Os 4 melhores se classificam para as semifinais . E o jogo escolhido para a tarde de domingo é Icasa x Ceará às 16h00 , direto de Juazeiro do Norte . Narração por conta de Kaio Cézar , reportagem de Augusto Montenegro e comentários de Paulo César Norões.

TV Verdes Mares voltará a retransmitir a Rede Globo em tempo real com o fim do horário de verão

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Desde o começo do horário , no dia 16/10/2014 , a TV Verdes Mares retransmite a grade da Rede Globo com uma hora de atraso , colocando , por exemplo , a novela Alto Astral depois do Jornal Nacional . Com o fim do horário do verão , a grade noturna ficará dessa forma :

19h30 – Alto Astral

20h30 – Jornal Nacional

21h10 – Império

22h30 – Linha de Shows

00h00 – Jornal da Globo

O horário de verão termina hoje às 22h59min59s pelo horário do Estado do Ceará. E voltará a vigorar em 18 de outubro de 2015.

Horário de verão termina hoje

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Os brasileiros que moram nas regiões Sul , Sudeste e Centro-Oeste precisarão atrasar seus relógios á meia-noite .

Segundo o Ministério de Minas e Energia, houve uma redução total de 4,5%  no consumo entre 18h e 21h no período de vigência da medida. No entanto, o governo ainda não concluiu o balanço do quanto em recursos financeiros foi economizado. Em 2013/2014, foram poupados R$ 405 milhões no consumo de energia.

O principal objetivo do horário de verão é aproveitar melhor a luminosidade natural do dia, reduzindo o consumo de eletricidade no fim da tarde, quando é registrado a maior demanda por energia. Recentemente, o pico de consumo tem ocorrido no início da tarde, principalmente por causa do aumento do uso de aparelhos de ar condicionado.

As informações são do portal do Universo On Line .

O TV TOTAL segue o horário de Fortaleza.

A negociação Xuxa – Record não ata nem desata

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A negociação Xuxa – Record ainda continua sujeita a chuvas e trovoadas.

Há a garantia das duas partes que até agora não tem nada assinado. Está tudo na palavra e no próprio desejo da apresentadora de encarar novos desafios. Mas existem os empecilhos de praxe. Alguns de ordem jurídica e outros de apelo sentimental.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery