Fábio Porchat corre o risco de entrevistar ele mesmo em sua estreia na Record

Fábio Porchat estreia dia 24 na Record

A Record colocou todo o seu cast à disposição de Fábio Porchat para o programa de estreia, dia 24. Foi dada a ele a liberdade e todas as condições de chamar qualquer um.

Só que o Porchat tem se mostrado resistente quanto a isso, e ainda não chegou ao nome que considera ideal.

Que tal entrevistar ele mesmo?

Espelho, espelho meu, existe alguém mais bonito, esclarecido e inteligente do que eu?

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Tragédia: Xuxa marca a sua pior audiência na Record

A Xuxa, com 4,4 pontos em SP, teve o seu pior resultado na segunda-feira (1) desde que estreou na Record. Uma tragédia.

Isso é que tem levado Marcelo Silva, o vice da Record, a exigir mudanças mais contundentes em seus programas de entretenimento. Na lista, o caso da Xuxa, que entre todos aparece como de maior gravidade. Quase desesperador.

Audiência tão baixa revela que existem erros muito sérios na sua produção.

Como contrapartida, em seus momentos finais, “Liberdade, Liberdade” anotou segunda-feira recorde de audiência em São Paulo, com 28 pontos de audiência e 43% de participação.

Programa da Xuxa chega a sua pior média na Record

Uma novela das 23h não registrava esse índice desde 2012. Nem a badalada “Verdades Secretas” chegou a tanto.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Ange Postecoglou : ‘Why I pushed for Josep Gombau to join FFA’

Caltex Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou on the training ground.

Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Aidan Ormond @AidotheFFAEd
Caltex Socceroos coach says attracting Josep Gombau to the national teams’ unit was something he pushed for, describing the Spaniard as being committed to a clear philosophy.

Speaking on Tuesday, Postecoglou said he admired the former Adelaide United manager and felt he could add to the coaching mix at national team levels.

“I was the one who sort of instigated it,” Postecoglou said of the appointment.

“While Josep was here [in the A-League] he showed that he was committed to a certain style of football and he’s also in terms of his own beliefs he’s very strong, and that’s really impressive.

“And the fact that he’s had exposure to Australian football was also important.

“He’s still a young coach in many respects, so I thought here’s an opportunity to bring him back to the country. With the work he did, I thought it’d be a shame he’d be lost.”

Gombau was announced recently as the new national U-23 coach and will begin working with the Young Socceroos later this month.

This group that will become the next Olyroos squad aiming to qualify for Tokyo 2020.

“And what he brings with his education in Spain and also having been here complements things well, particularly with our young players,” added Postecoglou.

Postecoglou and Gombau faced off in the Hyundai A-League early in Season 2013/14, with Postecoglou’s Victory and Gombau’s Reds playing out a thrilling, highly technical and attacking 2-2 draw at Hindmarsh.

It was fantastic viewing and a clear indication that both coaches were on the same page.

“The people and the players in Adelaide all spoke very highly of him as an educator and I think he’s ideal for that role,” added Postecoglou.

“And he can add something to all our national teams, including the senior team with Ante [Milicic], Pete Cklamovski and Tony Franken we’ve got a really good coaching set up and Josep can add to that no doubt.”

Gombau will work across the national team units, and will be sitting on the bench with Postecoglou in the September 1 World Cup qualifier with Iraq in Perth.

“He’ll be working closely with everyone [in the national teams].

“Everyone works together, we’ve had Paulo [Paul Okon], Tony [Vidmar] Ufuk Talay, Peter De Roo, come in with us,” said Postecoglou.

“Everyone’s involved in the national team unit.

“One of my goals and hopefully one of my legacies after I’m gone is that all our teams play a certain way.

“That’ll only happen if we’re on the same page.

“Whilst they all have their individual teams, the national teams unit is very much one unit.

“I’d like to think we’ve almost created a club environment where we’re all on the same page.”

*Read the full interview next week as Postecoglou discusses the upcoming 13 months for the Socceroos, analyses his squad and assesses his players’ transfer movements over the European summer.

 

Football Federation Australia

Em empate contra o Vasco, Ceará quebra recorde de público nacional

Com o resultado, Vovô terminou o primeiro turno na vice-liderança

Site do Ceará Sporting Club

Qantas to upgrade Karratha lounge

Karratha Airport's new upgraded terminal. (Karratha Airport/Chris Frame)

Australia’s mining slowdown has proved no barrier for Qantas in investing in new regional products, with the airline to replace its premium passenger lounge at Karratha Airport with a bigger facility.

The new regional lounge at Karratha, located in Pilbara region in Western Australia’s north, has been designed to be more than double the size of the current lounge and in a new part of the airport on the upper level.

QantasLink chief executive John Gissing said the new lounge coincided with the recent upgrade of the airport.

“As the only airline to offer a lounge at Karratha Airport, this will be a great boost to both Pilbara region locals as well as the important fly-in fly-out market, offering more room to relax prior to their flight,” Gissing said in a statement on Tuesday.

“Karratha is our largest port in the region so investing in a new lounge is a clear indication of our commitment to Karratha and the Pilbara.”

Karratha Airport completed the upgrade of its airport terminal in September 2015. The airport said at the time the new facility allowed the airport to receive international flights, featured an expanded departures area and space for a premium airline lounge.

The airport was now designed to handle 1.2 million passengers a year.

Qantas has up to nine flights a day between Perth and Karratha, including services operated by its regional wing QantasLink.

Australian Aviation

First Airbus A350-1000 rolls out from paintshop

Airbus's first A350-1000. (Airbus)

Airbus has rolled out the first completed A350-1000 at its Toulouse manufacturing facility.

The aircraft, which has production number MSN059 and temporary registration F-WMIL, emerged from the paint shop on Friday, July 29, minus a pair of powerplants on each wing.

Airbus has also released a video on YouTube of the aircraft being painted: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV97JZkqd0Q

Airbus said first flight of the A350-1000 test program, which is expected to comprise three aircraft, is forecast to take place in the final three months of calendar 2016.

While no Australian operator has ordered the A350-1000, airlines that serve this part of the world such as Qatar Airways (37 orders), United (35), Cathay Pacific (26 orders) and Etihad (22) have a significant number of the type due for delivery in the years ahead.

Launch customer Qatar is expected to take delivery of its first A350-1000 in mid-2017. Currently, the oneworld alliance member serves Adelaide with the A350-900, Australia’s only A350 flight.

British Airways, Japan Airlines, LATAM and Asiana – all of which also fly to Australia – are also A350-1000 customers. All up, the A350-1000 has garnered 181 orders from 10 customers.

Airbus said the A350-1000 can be configured to seat 366 passengers in a “typical” three-class layout and has a range of 7,900 nautical miles.

In a higher density configuration, the A350-1000 will be capable of carrying 440 passengers. The first A350-1000 in the paintshop. (Airbus)

The A350-1000 is the largest member of the A350 family. (Airbus)

Australian Aviation

John Aloisi committed to Brisbane Roar’s ‘bigger and better’ future

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi.

Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Aidan Ormond @AidotheFFAEd
Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi says he wants to build the Hyundai A-League club into something great, adding any off-field distractions won’t derail his focus on the team.

In a statement released today on the club’s official site, the former Socceroo hero said he was committed to the club.

He added his coaching team and players are focused on their goal of making the Queensland club a powerhouse again.

“I am committed to the Brisbane Roar and the project of making this club bigger and better,” Aloisi said on Tuesday.

“The same goes for [football operations manager] Craig Moore and our staff.

“The ownership uncertainty has been a constant throughout my time in Brisbane, but we are a resilient group.

“We went within a game of the Grand Final, despite the distractions. Of course, we want stability and long-term certainty, but that’s a matter for others.

“I want the Roar family to rally behind the club. That’s what is important today. I want the members, sponsors and the Brisbane football community to help us build the Roar into something great.”

Brisbane Roar kick off their Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32 campaign at home to Perth Glory next week.

Football Federation Australia

Qual é a distância entre Porto Alegre e Orlando? #MiercolesDeGanarSeguidores

Distância de Porto Alegre para Orlando
A distancia é 7231 km ou 4493 milhas ou 3904 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (distância ortodrômica). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais ‘pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida. Map – Shortest path between Porto Alegre and Orlando

Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Porto Alegre e Orlando
Porto Alegre
Orlando
O mapa é usando uma projeção que faz a terra e oceanos muito mais amplo perto do pólo sul e pólos norte. O título / curso / rolamento durante um voo varia na maioria dos casos. Roteiro com base na imagem da NASA.
Porto Alegre
Latitude: 30 ° 02 ‘Sul
Longitude: 51 ° 14 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 330,9 ° Norte-noroeste
título final: 331,4 ° Norte-noroeste
Orlando
Latitude: 28 ° 33 ‘Norte
Longitude: 81 ° 23 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 151,4 ° Sul-sudeste
título final: 150,9 ° Sul-sudeste

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Qual é a distância entre Porto Alegre e Miami? #MiercolesDeGanarSeguidores

Distância de Porto Alegre para Miami
A distancia é 6905 km ou 4291 milhas ou 3729 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (distância ortodrômica). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais ‘pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.
Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Porto Alegre e Miami

Map – Shortest path between Porto Alegre and Miami

Porto Alegre

Miami

O mapa é usando uma projeção que faz a terra e oceanos muito mais amplas perto do sul e pólos norte. O título / curso / rolamento durante um voo varia na maioria dos casos. Roteiro com base na imagem da NASA.

Porto Alegre
Latitude: 30 ° 02 ‘Sul
Longitude: 51 ° 14 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 330.5 ° Norte-noroeste
título final: 331,7 ° Norte-noroeste

Miami
Latitude: 25 ° 46 ‘Norte
Longitude: 80 ° 12 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 151,7 ° Sul-sudeste
título final: 150,5 ° Sul-sudeste

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Qual é a distância entre Porto Alegre e Fortaleza? #MiercolesDeGanarSeguidores

Distância de Porto Alegre para Fortaleza
A distancia é 3204 km ou 1991 milhas ou 1730 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (distância ortodrômica). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais ‘pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.
Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Porto Alegre e Fortaleza

Map – Shortest path between Porto Alegre and Fortaleza

Porto Alegre

Fortaleza

O mapa é usando uma projeção que faz a terra e oceanos muito mais amplo perto do pólo sul e pólo norte. O título / curso / rolamento durante um voo varia na maioria dos casos. Roteiro com base na imagem da NASA.

Porto Alegre
Latitude: 30 ° 02 ‘Sul
Longitude: 51 ° 14 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 27,0 ° Norte-Nordeste
título final: 23,2 ° Norte-Nordeste

Fortaleza
Latitude: 3 ° 44 ‘Sul
Longitude: 38 ° 31 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 203,2 ° Sul-sudoeste
título final: 207,0 ° Sul-sudoeste

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