Marinho participou do gol que definiu a partida, teve boa movimentação, mas não vai jogar na partida de volta por suspensão
(Foto: Felipe Oliveira / EC Bahia)
Os primeiros 90 minutos da grande Final da Copa do Nordeste 2015 foram disputados na noite desta quarta-feira, 22/04, quando o Ceará Sporting Club foi até Salvador/BA para enfrentar o Bahia, na Arena Fonte Nova. O jogo entre as duas equipes foi muito disputado, mas o Vozão mostrou muita garra e empenho, conseguindo uma grande vitória por 1 x 0. Ricardinho colocou o Vozão na frente e garantiu a vantagem para o jogo de volta, afinal, o Ceará vai poder levantar a taça do Nordestão 2015 até com um empate no duelo da Arena Castelão, na próxima semana.
O primeiro tempo começou com muita marcação e com os dois times tentando levar perigo na bola aérea. Pelo Vozão, Charles tentou de cabeça, mas foi travado, enquanto isso, o Bahia respondeu com Leo Gamalho, que recebeu cruzamento e desviou, mandando rente à trave esquerda. Ricardinho também trabalhou com muita movimentação e tentou três vezes em chutes de fora da área, mas não acertou o alvo.
A etapa inicial seguiu muito disputada por parte dos dois times, que tomavam cuidados para não se expor. Aos 35 minutos, Ricardinho cruzou com perigo, mas Jean espalmou. No rebote, Marinho tentou o chute rasteiro, mas o camisa 1 do Bahia fez a defesa em dois tempos. Os donos da casa responderam dois minutos depois, porém, a cabeçada de Keiza passou por cima.
No decorrer do primeiro tempo, o confronto não mudou seu panorama e cada equipe teve mais uma chance perigosa. Aos 39 minutos, Assisinho arriscou de fora da área, mas mandou por cima do gol. Em seguida, Souza chutou, mas foi travado. Na sequência, o volante recebeu cruzamento e cabeceou para defesa tranquilda de Luís Carlos, mantendo 0 x 0 no placar do primeiro tempo.
No segundo tempo, o Vozão voltou um pouco mais à vontade, mas a marcação no meio-campo e a quantidade de faltas excessivas atrapalhou o jogo. A primeira finalização surgiu apenas aos 18 minutos, quando Ricardinho chutou cruzado, Marinho dominou na área e finalizou com força, no entanto, a bola passou rente à trave esquerda, com muito perigo.
O Bahia tentou reagir aos 23 minutos, quando Zé Roberto arriscou de fora da área, mas mandou nas mãos de Luís Carlos. Dois minutos depois, Marinho viu a passagem de Samuel Xavier, que foi à linha de fundo e cruzou para Ricardinho. O meio-campista chutou de primeira, contou com a colaboração do goleiro Jean, que aceitou, e marcou o gol do Alvinegro Cearense: 1 x 0.
Com 29 minutos, Marinho recebeu de Magno Alves, disputou com o goleiro Jean e caiu na área. A arbitragem entendeu o lance como simulação do camisa 10 e ainda advertiu o atacante com o cartão amarelo. Um minuto depois, após troca de passes, a bola chegou para Zé Roberto, que chutou de primeira, mas parou na defesa sensacional de Luís Carlos.
Com o objetivo de dar novo fôlego ao setor ofensivo, o técnico Silas colocou Wescley e William nos lugares de Assisinho e Magno Alves, respectivamente. Perdendo diante do seu torcedor, o Bahia se lançou ao ataque e Maxi Biancucchi quase empatou aos 34 minutos, porém, a cabeçada do meia saiu pelo lado direito do gol. O Vozão respondeu dois minutos depois, com William, que recebeu passe de Ricardinho e cabeceou, mas mandou para fora.
Com apenas sete minutos em campo, o atacante William teve que ser substituído depois de sentir dores na coxa e deu lugar a Eloir. Depois disso, a única chance de ataque aconteceu aos 44 minutos, quando Maxi Biancucchi chutou forte, mas mandou para fora. Depois do apito final, os atletas comemoraram muito, afinal, o Vozão conquistou a vantagem do empate para o jogo de volta, que será na próxima quarta-feira, 29/04, no Castelão.
Agora, a delegação do Mais Querido vai retornar à capital cearense e o foco já deve ser o compromisso pelo Campeonato Cearense 2015, afinal, no próximo domingo, 26/04, o Vozão vai encarar o Fortaleza, no jogo de ida da grande Final da competição estadual. O desembarque do time será por volta das 12h30min e a reapresentação geral acontecerá somente na sexta-feira, 24/04, às 16 horas.
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easyJet and Airbus have celebrated their successful partnership at a ceremony in Hamburg to mark the delivery the airline’s 250th Airbus A320 family aircraft. Carolyn McCall, easyJet CEO, Jean-Paul Ebanga, CFM International President and CEO, Didier Evrard, Airbus EVP and Head of Programmes, and Christopher Buckley, Airbus EVP Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific were present at the event.
To celebrate the 250th delivery, easyJet unveiled its newest A320 with a unique livery featuring 250 miniature aircraft. As with other recent deliveries to easyJet, the A320 is equipped with the latest technology and fuel-saving Sharklets.
Carolyn McCall, CEO of easyJet, commented: “Taking delivery of our 250th Airbus helps us to continue to make travel easy and affordable and on our journey to become Europe’s leading airline. This milestone symbolizes the long term and successful partnership between Airbus and easyJet. It was only four years ago that we celebrated our 200th aircraft delivery. At that time easyJet then became the world’s youngest airline to reach a fleet of 200 Airbus aircraft also achieving it in the fastest time. easyJet is proud to count Airbus and CFM as such reliable partners.”
easyJet is one of Europe’s leading airline offering a unique and winning combination of the best route network connecting Europe’s primary airports, with great value fares and friendly service .
The airline flies 234 aircraft on more than 750 routes to over 130 airports across 33 countries.
easyJet operates Europe’s largest and the world’s fourth largest Airbus single aisle fleet. Since easyJet took delivery of its first Airbus aircraft (an A319) in September 2003, Airbus has delivered an aircraft on average every 16 days since the first delivery
easyJet has 158 aircraft currently on order, and in terms of total aircraft orders is Airbus’ third biggest airline customer. Currently easyJet fly a fleet of 85 A320s (180 seats) and 149 A319s (156 seats).
“It is hugely satisfying to witness easyJet’s tremendous growth and market success – and that they have achieved all of this with Airbus as their major partner”, said Didier Evrard, Airbus EVP and Head of Programmes. “easyJet’s massive investment in A320 Family aircraft, as well as their large order for 100 A320neos, is a great endorsement for our A320 Family, and demonstrates easyJet’s commitment to operating the most modern, productive and comfortable aircraft.”
With over 11,550 aircraft ordered, and almost 6,500 aircraft delivered to over 315 customers and operators worldwide, the A320 Family is today the world’s best-selling single-aisle aircraft family.
The Airbus Training Center (ATC) in Miami, Florida has signed a three-year agreement with FlightSafety International to provide an integrated, “ab-initio” training solution to airline customers and aspiring pilots at FlightSafety Academy in Vero Beach, Florida. This agreement will help address the worldwide demand for new pilots. Courses and programs offered through the Airbus/FlightSafety cooperation will encompass First Officer, Multi-Crew Pilot (MPL) and specifically in North America Airline Transport Pilot-Certified Training Program (ATP-CTP).
FlightSafety and Airbus will offer candidates the opportunity to be trained in Florida, from no prior flight time all the way to a qualified A320 first officer. FlightSafety will train candidates to be qualified pilots, while Airbus will train them to be qualified as pilots on Airbus equipment.
“We are pleased that Airbus has selected FlightSafety Academy as their premier ab-initio training partner,” said Daniel MacLellan, Vice President Operations, FlightSafety International. “This collaboration with Airbus provides airlines with a total training solution designed to meet their future training requirements. FlightSafety Academy has provided the highest quality training to airlines around the world for over 48 years.”
“The world’s airlines already are feeling the effects of a shortage of qualified pilots,” commented Joe Houghton, Head of Flight Training at Airbus’ Training Center in Miami. “The ability of our customers to continue growing is dependent on providing a steady stream of well-trained, qualified airline pilots. This partnership will be one means of meeting this requirement. Airbus’ role will be to complement FlightSafety’s initial pilot-training program and teach the specific requirements of the Airbus platform.”
FlightSafety International is the world’s premier professional aviation training company and supplier of flight simulators, visual systems and displays to commercial, government and military organizations. The company provides more than a million hours of training each year to pilots, technicians and other aviation professionals from 167 countries and independent territories. FlightSafety operates the world’s largest fleet of advanced full flight simulators at Learning Centers and training locations in the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.
Airbus’ Miami training center is one of five Airbus facilities around the world providing training for Airbus customers’ flight and cabin crew, as well as maintenance personnel. The custom-designed, 110,000-square-foot complex has a total of six full-flight simulators, as well as cabin door and slide trainers, state-of-the-art computer-based training classrooms and six flight training devices simulating the A320, A330 and A340 aircraft. Approximately 2,000 trainees from Airbus airline operators in the U.S., Canada and Latin America take courses annually in Miami under the direction of 70 Airbus employees.
April 23, 2015 – 6:12AM
‘I’m very conscious of the fact that the geographic circumstances are very different between Europe and Australia’ … Foreign Minister Julie Bishop at a press conference in Berlin, Germany. Photo: AP
London: Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has stopped short of recommending an Australian-style refugee policy for Europe, saying it “might not work” for them.
Ms Bishop was speaking in Germany on Wednesday after a meeting with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
The refugee crisis in the Mediterranean has resulted in up to 1300 migrants drowning over the past week, en route from northern Africa.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, right, and Julie Bishop, left, shake hands after a joint press conference as part of their meeting in Berlin, Germany. Photo: AP
It is estimated up to half a million more could attempt the sea crossing this summer, in boats that are usually horrifically overcrowded, and often unstable.
Europe’s leaders are meeting this week in Brussels to announce their response, which is expected to be a beefed-up search and rescue operation.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott suggested on Tuesday that: “The only way you can stop the deaths is in fact to stop the boats. That’s why it is so urgent that the countries of Europe adopt very strong policies that will end the people smuggling trade across the Mediterranean.”
Ms Bishop was asked at the Berlin press conference what Europe could learn from the Australian model.
“I’m very conscious of the fact that the geographic circumstances are very different between Europe and Australia and I’m very conscious of the fact that what works in one circumstance may or may not work in another,” Ms Bishop said.
“Our PM has offered up the experience of Australia for others to consider, but it is for the governments and regions to make their own decisions as to what they believe will work to resolve these issues.”
Ms Bishop said Australia’s “resolute position” was that refugees who pay people smugglers to bring them to Australia would not be resettled in Australia, nor have their asylum claims considered in Australia.
“It has, as a result, dismantled the people smugglers trade in our region,” she said. “As a result of the policies we’ve taken, there have been no boats come to Australia since January of 2014, no deaths at sea as a result. So we believe that the approach that we have taken has worked for us.”
Ms Bishop said Australia stood by its humanitarian obligation to save people from drowning, and its constitutional obligation to give people the opportunity to seek asylum.
The Sydney Morning Herald
April 23, 2015 – 12:00AM
There will be a greater police presence at key Queensland shrines on Anzac Day. Photo: Robert Shakespeare
Security will be ramped up across Queensland for Anzac Day services, with police planning additional patrols across key shrines.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said while there was no terror threat authorities were aware of in Queensland, it had been decided an additional police presence was necessary.
Police Deputy Commissioner Ross Barnett said extra security had been planned as a precaution “to support a peaceful outcome for everyone who attends”.
“This is largely due to the change in National Security Alert Levels last year, and the significance of this year’s Centenary Anzac Day event,” he said in a statement.
Australian Federal Police foiled an alleged plot to attack a Melbourne Anzac commemoration event last week.
Ms Palaszczuk encouraged Queenslanders to attend their local ceremony to pay homage to the nation’s service men and women.
“Let me re-assure Queenslanders there is no terror threat here in Queensland,” she said.
“Having said that, there will be an increased police presence on the day, but I want to encourage all Queenslanders to show your support on Anzac Day, stand up for the ideals that people have fought for, and show your support to commemorate the 100 anniversary of Anzac Day.”
Meanwhile, CEO of the National Retail Association Trevor Evans advised retailers to shut up shop.
“Trading hours can be very confusing for retailers, but everyone should be very clear that Anzac Day is a no go,” he said.
“There are fines for those do open before 1pm but regardless of the laws that apply, Anzac Day is a very special day. It has cultural significance and everyone should understand that a majority of shops will be shut.”
Under legislation, factories and stores are required to close on April 25, barring a few exceptions, including racing venues, TAB, licensed premises, essential services and, once the clock strikes 1pm, independent retail shops.
Amusement zones, such as cinemas, can open after 1.30pm.
Given the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing falls on a Saturday this year, there will be no corresponding public holiday on the Monday.
The Brisbane Times