Confira os jogos que serão transmitidos pela TV nesta quinta-feira , 15/10/2015

Copa do Brasil Sub-20

18h30 Cruzeiro x Flamengo
Transmissão: SporTV (com Jaime Júnior e Henrique Fernandes)

Brasileirão Série A

19h30 Corinthians x Goiás
Transmissão: Premiere e PFCI (com Odinei Ribeiro e Belletti)

19h30 Vasco x Chapecoense
Transmissão: Premiere (com Jader Rocha e Edinho)

21h Grêmio x Santos
Transmissão: SporTV (menos RS) e Premiere (com Eduardo Moreno e Roger Flores)


Confira os jogos que serão transmitidos pela TV nesta quarta-feira , 14/10/2015

Brasileirão Série A

19h30 Atlético-MG x Internacional
Transmissão: SporTV (menos MG) e PFCI (Com Milton Leite e Maurício Noriega)

19h30 Sport x Avaí
Transmissão: Premiere (com Rodrigo Raposo e Marquinhos)

21h Figueirense x Flamengo
Transmissão: Premiere (com Júlio Oliveira e Carlos Eduardo Lino)

21h Joinville x Coritiba
Transmissão: Premiere (com André Lino e Paulinho Criciúma)

21h Palmeiras x Ponte Preta
Transmissão: Premiere (com Jota Júnior e Wagner Vilaron)

22h Atlético-PR x Cruzeiro
Transmissão: TV Globo para MG (com Rogério Corrêa, Bob Faria e Márcio Rezende de Freiras) Premiere (com Linhares Júnior e Luiz Ademar)

22h Fluminense x São Paulo
Transmissão: TV Globo para todo o Brasil, menos MG (com Cléber Machado, Juninho Pernambucano, Caio Ribeiro e Leonardo Gaciba) e Premiere (com Antero Neto e Belletti)


Confira os jogos que serão transmitidos pela TV amanhã , 13/10/2015

Eliminatórias para a Euro 2016

15h45 Itália x Noruega
Transmissão: SporTV 2 (com Júlio Oliveira e Dani Monti)

15h45 Holanda x República Tcheca
Transmissão: SporTV (com Eduardo Moreno e Wagner Vilaron)

15h45 Turquia x Islândia
Transmissão: SporTV 3 (com Clayton Carvalho e Carlos Eduardo Lino)

Eliminatórias Sul-Americanas para a Copa do Mundo

18h Equador x Bolívia
Transmissão: SporTV (com Antero Neto e Edinho)

20h Uruguai x Colômbia
Transmissão: SporTV (com Jader Rocha e André Loffredo)

21h Paraguai x Argentina
Transmissão: SporTV 2 (com Daniel Pereira e Edinho)

22h Brasil x Venezuela
Transmissão: TV Globo (com Galvão Bueno, Casagrande, Júnior e Arnaldo Cezar Coelho) e SporTV (com Luiz Carlos Júnior, Lédio Carmona e William Machado)

23h15 Peru x Chile
Transmissão: SporTV 2 (com Guto Nejaim e André Loffredo)


DPR Korea marks anniversary of ruling party’s foundation

N. Korea marks anniv. of ruling party's foundation

Fireworks explode in the night sky in Pyongyang on Oct. 11, 2015, to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, in this photo released on Oct. 12 by the North’s official Korean Central News Agency. (Yonhap) (END)

Yonhap News

Uli Stielike eyes perfect finish to 2015

PAJU, South Korea, Oct. 12 (Yonhap) — South Korean men’s football head coach Uli Stielike said Monday he’s eyeing a perfect finish to the season with three matches remaining.

South Korea will host Jamaica in a friendly Tuesday at Seoul World Cup Stadium, and will play two Asian qualifying matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup next month, hosting Myanmar on Nov. 12 and visiting Laos on Nov. 17.

Stielike, who took over South Korea last October, has led the team to 13 wins, three draws and one loss in 2015. They are undefeated in four games in the second round of the regional World Cup qualification.

On the sidelines of a practice session at the National Football Center (NFC) in Paju, north of Seoul, Stielike said he’d told his players to try to stay hot the rest of 2015.

“We’ve posted a great record this year, and I’d like to close out the year on a positive note,” he said. “I told the players we should try to win our three remaining matches this year.”

Stielike has righted the ship that once appeared to be sinking fast. South Korea bowed out of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil with one draw and two losses, leading to coach Hong Myung-bo’s resignation.

Under the former German international, South Korea finished second to Australia at the AFC Asian Cup in January this year and won the East Asian Cup over China, Japan and North Korea in August.

“We’ve had 14 clean sheets, and it shows you we’re moving in the right direction,” Stielike said. “South Korea struggled last year at the World Cup, but I am satisfied with the way we’ve been playing this year.”

Stielike said Jamaica, the surprise runner-up at the 2015 Gold Cup, will provide a whole new challenge to his players compared to Asian opponents that South Korea have faced recently.

“We currently have 19 players (missing players due to injuries and club commitments), and we can use up to 17 of them because it’s a friendly match,” Stielike said. “I will use as many players as possible, and will make some tweaks to the starting 11 from our World Cup qualifiers.”

Stielike bristled at the notion that those who take the field in friendlies are often backups, saying, “We have players who can step into any role at any moment and contribute to the team.”

“We’re missing Son Heung-min (of Tottenham Hotspur) and Lee Chung-yong (of Crystal Palace), but I am not concerned because I believe other players will fill the void,” Stielike said of the injured mainstays. “I will create an environment where every member of the national team will be properly respected and will want to make the team again and again.”



Yonhap News Agency

North Korea and South Korea labor unions settle on schedule for football competition in Pyongyang


Labor unions of the two Koreas have settled on the schedule for a friendly football competition in Pyongyang, officials in Seoul said Monday.

The football event for labor workers from the Koreas will take place from Oct. 28 to 31 in the North Korean capital, officials from the Federation of Korean Trade Unions and the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions said.

The dates were agreed upon at a working-level meeting in Gaeseong, north of the border, between the two sides.

Workers from the two sides previously had friendly football matches in 1999 and 2007.

The South Korean and North Korean labor unions had agreed in principle on Sept. 30 to play football together and promote cross-border exchanges in the private sector, but they were unable to decide on the dates and the size of the competition at the time.

A South Korean government official hinted it may approve the South Korean workers’ visit to Pyongyang for the occasion.

“We will review the proposal for the event once they’re submitted by the two unions here,” the official said. “If it’s purely a sporting event, their trip will likely be approved.” (Yonhap)

The Korea Herald

Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn calls for efforts to resolve separated families issue

Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn called for efforts Monday to support the reunions of hundreds of thousands of families separated for decades across the Korean Peninsula by the 1950-53 Korean War.
“The confirmation of life and death of all the members of the families, as well as exchanges of letters, regular meetings and hometown visits, should be made,” Hwang told a ceremony commemorating the registration of a decades-old local TV program, which sought to reunite those families, to UNESCO’s documentary heritage list last week.
In 1983, the country’s public broadcaster KBS aired a live television show titled “Search for Separated Families,” aimed at reuniting the family members who had been separated by the 1950-53 Korean War.
The program was to be a one-time special broadcast, but positive responses from the public prompted it to last for 138 days in a row, resulting in 10,189 successful reunions.

“The registration is more meaningful in that the two Koreas are waiting for the reunions next Tuesday,” Hwang said.
Last month, South and North Korea agreed to hold the reunions for 100 separated family members from each side from Oct. 20-26 at a scenic resort on Mount Kumgang on the North’s east coast.
The issue of the separated families is one of the most pressing humanitarian matters on the peninsula, as about half of the estimated 129,700 South Korean applicants for the reunions have died.
In the decision made by the International Advisory Committee of the UNESCO Memory of the World, 20,552 materials related to the show and a set of Korea’s Confucian printing woodblocks, comprised of 64,226 pages of 718 kinds of books written by scholars during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) were also included.
The designation of the two brought the total number of South Korea’s heritage items on the list to 13, which includes the Hunminjeongeum Manuscript, the original manuscript of the Korean alphabet.
“We can be more proud of ourselves in that we have the largest number registered on the list in Asia,” Hwang said.
The Memory of the World program, established in 1992, seeks to protect and record the world’s valuable documents and widen public access to them through the Internet. (Yonhap)


The Korea Herald

Pyongyang uses military parade to boost solidarity, improve image: Seoul

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North Korea appeared to use its recent massive military parade to strengthen solidarity for its leader, Kim Jong-un, and dispel its negative image, the Unification Ministry said Monday.
The North’s leader did not mention nuclear weapons during his rare public speech on Saturday to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party.
But a torchlight parade held on late Saturday expressed key words — nukes and the economy — of Kim’s dual policy of developing nuclear weapons and boosting the country’s ailing economy.
Jeong Joon-hee, ministry spokesman, refrained from commenting on the North’s intention, but he said that the North seemed to strengthen its internal solidarity and improve its public image through the parade.
“We hope that North Korea will make efforts to improve inter-Korean ties and move toward unification by honoring the Aug. 25 deal,” Jeong said at a regular press briefing.
South and North Korea reached a landmark deal in late August to defuse military tension and seek to improve their long-strained relations.
Jeong said that there has been no unusual movement from North Korea amid lingering concerns that the North may make provocations ahead of this week’s summit between Seoul and Washington. Next week, the two Koreas will hold the reunions of families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War.
“South Korea, the U.S. and relevant military authorities are closely watching the situation,” he said.

North Korea forewent provocative acts such as a long-range rocket launch before the anniversary, which the North had threatened to do in recent weeks.
But analysts said that the North may go ahead with a rocket launch within this year as Pyongyang has claimed it has the right to fire off “a series of satellites” for peaceful space development, which experts view as a cover for ballistic missile tests. (Yonhap)


The Korea Herald