Página 46 de 366 – Qual é a distância entre Guarulhos e Manila?

Distância de Guarulhos para Joanesburgo

A distancia é 7436 km ou 4620 milhas ou 4015 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (grande círculo distância). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Distância de Joanesburgo para Manila

A distancia é 11006 km ou 6839 milhas ou 5942 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (grande círculo distância). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Total : 18442 km ou 11459 milhas ou 9957 milhas náuticas

Fonte : timeanddate.com

Página 46 de 366 – Qual é a distância entre Guarulhos e Kuala Lumpur?

Distância de Guarulhos para Joanesburgo

A distancia é 7436 km ou 4620 milhas ou 4015 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (grande círculo distância). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Distância de Joanesburgo para Kuala Lumpur

A distancia é 8547 km ou 5311 milhas ou 4615 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (grande círculo distância). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Total : 15983 km ou 9931 milhas ou 8630 milhas náuticas

Fonte : timeanddate.com

Aussies abroad: Socceroo bolters and former A-League stars shine

Bradden Inman on the ball for Crewe Alexandra in League One.
There were plenty of standout performances from our overseas contingent over the weekend. Here’s our wrap of the scores and highlights.



It was an unhappy night for Mile Jedinak in the EPL overnight, the Crystal Palace skipper made another start but gave away a penalty that resulted in the opening goal as Watford claimed a 2-1 win at Selhurst Park.

Massimo Luongo put in a full shift as Queens Park Rangers were beaten 3-1 by Fulham at Loftus Road, seeing them drop to 14th in the Championship.

Bailey Wright’s Preston North End took home three points courtesy of a 2-1 win over the Wolverhampton Wanderers in which the defender played the duration.

Compatriot Shane Cansdell-Sherriff played 77 minutes for Burton who lead the standings by five points as they look to guarantee promotion.

James Meredith turned out for Bradford City as they claimed a comfortable 4-0 win over Peterborough United, the Bantams moving to 11th on the table – equal on points with the home side.

Bradden Inman continued his rich vein of form heading the equaliser, his sixth goal in as many games, as Crewe Alexandra clawed back to secure a 1-1 draw with Walsall.

Cameron Burgess was named man of the match as Cheltenham Town picked up three points against Welling United to move top of the National League (England’s fifth tier).

Scott McDonald was in action for Motherwell as two goals in five minutes consigned them to a defeat against Kilmarnock at Fir Park.


Two first half goals saw Mathew Leckie’s FC Ingolstadt go down to Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga, with the attacker making an early exit after appearing to pick up an injury.

In Germany’s second tier Ben Halloran was subbed midway through the second half as Heidenheim 1846 settled for a 1-1 draw with SV Sandhausen.

Adam Sarota played a full match for the Go Ahead Eagles as they went down 3-0 at home to VVV-Venlo in the Netherland’s Eerste Divisie.

Defender Aziz Behich couldn’t prevent Bursaspor succumbing to a 2-0 away defeat to Genclerbirligi in Turkey.

Chris Ikonomidis continues to get valuable game time while on loan at US Salernitana 1919 in the Serie B however they were soundly beaten 4-0 by Ternana.

Elsewhere in Italy’s second tier Josh Brillante also played a full match as bottom side Calcio Como picked up a valuable point against the fifth placed Novara.


In the Malaysian Premier League Andrew Nabbout scored the first goal of NS Matrix’s campaign with their season opener against Kuantan FA finishing 1-1.

Fellow former A-League stars Taylor Regan and Joel Chianese also featured for the home side who are managed by former Sydney Olympic player and coach Gary Phillips.

Striker Ryan Griffiths opened his goal account for South China, netting  his side’s second in their 3-0 win over Southern District in Hong Kong’s League Cup.

Former Wanderers attacker Tahj Minniecon starred in the Philippines, netting four goals as Loyola Meralco Sparks spanked Pasargad FC 7-1 in the United Football League.

In League One defender Chris Herd played the best part of an hour for Chesterfield as they went down 1-0 away to Burton Albion. The result extends Crewe’s unbeaten run to five matches as they moved to within a win of jumping out of the relegation zone.In Scotland Tom Rogic was a second half substitute as Celtic exacted some revenge for their League Cup exit with a 2-0 win over Ross County, with Jackson Irvine playing the full 90’ against his former side.

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Football Federation Australia statement regarding last night’s Melbourne Derby

A general view of AAMI Park during Saturday night's Melbourne City v Melbourne Victory clash.

Football Federation Australia have released the following statement in the aftermath of Saturday night’s Melbourne Derby at AAMI Park.

“We are gathering information from Victoria Police and others on the incidents that occurred before and during last night’s A-League match at AAMI Park in Melbourne,” said FFA CEO David Gallop.

“In particular, we are deeply concerned by the ignition of flares inside and outside the stadium by people identified as Melbourne Victory supporters.

“Given the circumstances we found ourselves in after last week’s incidents involving a section of Western Sydney Wanderers supporters at Etihad Stadium, it’s staggering that some Victory fans chose to act in this way. The spotlight could not have been more on fan behaviour.

“We expect to be able to announce the next steps in relation to these incidents tomorrow (Monday). It is worth noting they have cast a shadow over what was a fabulous game of football. Clearly, we would prefer to be talking about a pulsating 2-2 contest that was an exciting exhibition of our players’ skills and the closeness of our competition.”

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Central Coast Mariners 2 x 3 Adelaide United

Adelaide United powered back from a goal down at half-time to defeat Central Coast Mariners 3-2 in Gosford on Sunday night.

In a game delayed four hours from its original 3pm kick off due to the heat, it was the Mariners who racked up the fouls in a physical opening stanza,

And it was a brilliant Fabio Ferreria goal that had the Mariners up 1-0 at the break and looking confident.

Yet in their fourth game in 14 days, the Reds turned up the heat with three second half goals to stun the home side and push Gui Amor’s side into third spot on the ladder.


31’ 1-0 Fabio Ferreira: Central Coast

On the halfway line, the winger was put through down the right and with the Reds’ high line exposed he arrowed in on the goal before calmly nutmegging Eugene Galekovic for his sixth of the season (with his trademark bow and arrow celebration).

53’ 1-1 Isaias: Adelaide United

Bent his set-piece past the wall and Paul Izzo wasn’t quick enough and couldn’t get across to stop it.

65’ 1-2  Bruce Djite Adelaide United

McGowan won the headed contest from a corner and Djite was there to poke it home in front of Izzo, despite a hint of offside.

90′ 1-3 Stefan Mauk Adelaide United 

Terrific lead up work from Craig Goodwin and Mauk takes his time and smashes it home to put the contest beyond the Mariners.

92′ 2-3 Josh Bingham Central Coast 

The ball was cleared and the Mariners striker’s shot was spilled by Eugene Galekovic proving a late consolation for the home side.


Stella’s effort could’ve salvaged a point for the Marineres but with space and time his power shot sailed over the bar in stoppage time.


Luis Garcia, worryingly, took a knock in the first half. And Mariners’ Michael Neill limped off in the second half, as did Carrusca for the Reds.


Carrusca’s inventive flick-up free kick. Caught the Mariners unawares. And Mitch Austin’s pace and power had the fans off their feet in the first half.



Starting Luis Garcia didn’t work on this occasion. Is he better as an impact player? That’s the question.


The Reds’ incredible run continues and this result showed they have some character after going down 1-0 in the heat in Gosford at half-time.

They’ll enjoy a good week of recovery ahead of a blockbuster clash with Victory on Friday night.

The Mariners continue to show defensive frailties while Luis Garcia didn’t have much impact in a game that rarely reached the heights in the heat.



Central Coast Mariners (4-4-2): Izzo (GK); Roux, McGing, Poscoliero, J Rose; Montgomery, L Rose (Buhagiar 81′), Garcia (Bingham (58’) Neill (Stella 63’); Ferreira, Austin.

Subs: Bray (GK), Buhagiar, McDonald, Stella, Bingham.

Adelaide United (4-3-3): Galekovic (GK); Marrone, McGowan, Elsey, Goodwin; Mells, Isaias, Carrusca (Mauk 69’) Kamau (Sanchez 77’) Djite, Cirio (Dugandzic 87′)

Subs: Hall (GK), Mauk, Sanchez, Warland, Dugandzic.

Red cards: nil

Yellow cards: 

Central Coast: Poscoliero

Adelaide: McGowan, Elsey

Conditions: 25 degrees, clear

Attendance: 5096 @ Gosford Stadium


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Western Sydney Wanderers FC 2 x 5 Wellington Phoenix

An incredible four-goal haul by Blake Powell has seen Wellington Phoenix produce the upset of the season, crushing Western Sydney Wanderers 5-2 at Pirtek Stadium on Sunday.

In a remarkable individual display, Powell scored the Hyundai A-League’s first hat-trick of the season in an astonishing first 33 minutes as the visitors scored with their only three shots on target.

He then put the icing on the cake with 19 minutes left with his fourth of the match as Phoenix snapped their nine-game winless run in some style.

The Wanderers threatened a comeback as a Mitch Nichols screamer and another to Mark Bridge halved the deficit with six minutes still to play.

But in the final minute Wanderers defender Jonathan Aspropotamitis was sent off for a foul in the box as Michael McGlinchey converted the penalty to end a dramatic game at Wanderland.


“It’s been a long time coming, we started scoring goals today and we win games. Ernie has showed a lot of faith in me, he’s been giving me some game time so I’m very grateful for that and it’s about time I repaid him with some goals.” – Wellington’s Blake Powell

“All week we worked hard for this game, we prepared well but it was not our day today. They had three shots and got three goals right away and we didn’t put our chances away. It’s very disappointing but we have to look ahead to next week.” – Western Sydney’s Romeo Castelen


0-1 Powell (4’) – A brilliant counter by Phoenix saw Tom Doyle race clear down the left and his cross made it to Powell at the far post, with the striker producing an amazing diving header on the half volley to beat Andrew Redmayne.

0-2 Powell (20’) – Another dangerous cross from Doyle was flicked on by Hamish Watson to Powell on the edge of the box. He took one touch on his chest before ripping a left-foot volley which scorched into the top corner. A cracking strike!

0-3 Powell (33’) – Matthew Ridenton’s searching ball over the top was misjudged by Scott Jamieson, allowing Powell to race in behind and lob the ball over an advancing Andrew Redmayne into the far corner.

0-4 Powell (71’) – Michael McGlinchey took on and beat Scott Neville down the left before dinking a cross to the far post where Powell was on hand to nod home.

1-4 Nichols (75’) – Nichols tried his luck from 35 yards out with the ball flying like a tracer-bullet into the top corner of Glen Moss’ net. A howitzer.

2-4 Bridge (84’) – Jauhsua Sotirio won possession deep in Phoenix territory and he found an unmarked Bridge just inside the box. He took one touch before firing a low shot under Moss.

2-5 McGlinchey (90’) – Aspropotamitis pulled down Kwabena Appiah in the box for a penalty, which McGlinchey dispatched expertly to Redmayne’s right.


The Wanderers were inches away from scoring an equaliser on 18 minutes when Mark Bridge failed to hit the target with a gilt-edged chance.

Bridge was found inside the box by a pin-point pass by Romeo Castelen. His first touch was excellent and all he had to do was hit the target and surely it would have been a goal.

But the in-form attacker scuffed it wide of the post. In the form he’s been in, you would have expected Bridge to do better. Instead two minutes later Powell doubled Phoenix’s lead at the other end.


*Powell’s hat-trick (33 minutes) was the second earliest in A-League history, just behind Besart Berisha’s (29 mins) against Adelaide back in 2011/12.

*Powell is just the fifth player in the A-League to score four or more goals in a match, joining Alessandro Del Piero, Besart Berisha, Shane Smeltz and Archie Thompson.

*This was the first time in 11 games Phoenix has scored more than one goal in an away fixture, dating back to October last year, and the first time in nine matches they’ve scored the first goal.

*Five goals is the most the Wanderers have ever conceded in their A-League history.


You would go a long way to see a better hat-trick than the one Powell produced in the first half.

All three of his finishes were top class. An exceptional header, sublime left-foot volley and cheeky lob with his right to complete a ‘perfect hat-trick’.

He capped a dream afternoon with a fourth in the second half. For an ex-Sydney FC player as well, he would have gained extra satisfaction to pull it off against the Wanderers.


Wellington came to Wanderland content to sit deep and make it difficult for the home side to get their usual slick passing game going.

While the Wanderers had their moments, it was evident they sorely missed Spanish midfield duo Andreu and Dimas.

While Kearyn Baccus and Jacob Pepper did a serviceable job in middle of park, they don’t have the same composure and passing range as the two imports. It could be a problem for Tony Popovic’s side should something happen to his two midfield generals before the finals.


It was a bad day at the office for the Wanderers, who missed the chance to go top of the league and were uncharacteristically flat and uninspiring. Whether it was the events of the last week or the absence of their Spanish armada but Popovic will want to get to the bottom of it quick with the Sydney derby ahead next Saturday night.

Wellington showed there’s still plenty of fight left in their season with a clinical road performance. It was a display they can be proud of, full of grit, exceptional team spirit and no shortage of quality. It’s Newcastle Jets at Hunter Stadium next up for them on Saturday afternoon.


Western Sydney Wanderers: Redmayne (gk), Neville, Aspropotamitis, Topor-Stanley (c), Jamieson, Pepper (Santalab 46’), Baccus (Youlley 60’), Nichols, Castelen, Vidosic (Sotirio 68’), Bridge

Wellington Phoenix: Moss (gk), Muscat, Durante (c), Fox, Doyle (Fenton46’), Riera, Bonevacia, Ridenton, McGlinchey, Powell (Appiah 81’), Watson (Stevens 72’)

Scorers: Powell 4’, Powell 20’, Powell 33’, Powell 71’, Nichols 75’, Bridge 84’, McGlinchey 90’

Red cards: Aspropotamitis 89’

Yellow cards: Bridge 44’, Doyle 45’, Aspropotamitis 87’

Conditions: 30C, Fine

Attendance: 12,589 @ Pirtek Stadium

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Futsalroos claim comprehensive win over Qatar

The Futsalroos celebrate a goal from captain Gerg Giovenali against Qatar at the 2016 AFC Futsal Championship. Images courtesy of Mark Seeto


The Futsalroos are through to the quarter-finals of the AFC Futsal Championship after notching a 5-2 win over Qatar at the Uzbekistan Stadium on Saturday night.

Captain Greg Giovenali and Tobias Seeto both scored doubles for the Aussies, after Daniel Fogarty opened the scoring with less than two minutes on the clock.

The result means Australia are through to the last eight for a sixth consecutive time, regardless of the result of their final Group D match against Japan.

In a frenetic opening the Futsalroos shot out of the blocks, with an early shot from Seeto resulting in an attacking corner that saw Forgarty convert from a tight angle.

Qatar hit back almost immediately to level the scores; however some great team work from the re-start ended with the skipper putting his side 2-1 up just 30 seconds later.

Seeto was the next to score, running the length of the court on a counter attack from a Qatar corner to ensure his side would carry a 3-1 lead into the break.

Giovenali put the Futsalroos further in front after a shot from Qatar had been blocked off the line but they soon pulled a goal back to make it 4-2 with plenty of time left in the game.

Qatar put the Australian defence under immense pressure in the closing stages, using their powerplay and going to a 5th man with five minutes to play.

However some great saves from goalkeepers Angelo Konstantinou and Roberto Maiorana repelled wave after wave of attack before a fine individual effort from Seeto sealed the 5-2 result.

Coach Rob Varela was thrilled with his side’s overall performance at full-time, in particular the way they executed the tactics that were discussed in the build-up.

“We’re delighted with the victory against a class team,” said Varela.

“We went into the game with a game plan aiming to exploit their game plan which we have analysed from their previous match against Japan.”

“I’m happy with the intensity and focus in the build up to the game, which led into the game itself.

“We kept our composure under pressure and were able to stick to our game plan. This was capped off by scoring some fantastic goals.”

The Futsalroos next play Japan on Monday night to decide who tops their Group D with both sides already guaranteed of progressing to the knock-out stage.

Images courtesy of Mark Seeto

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