Volta do Gugu para os domingos é aprovada em pesquisa

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A Record encomendou uma pesquisa para sentir como o público poderá receber as modificações que pretende fazer na sua grade para o ano que vem.

O trabalho foi concluído no começo da semana, mas ainda é do conhecimento de poucos.

Uma boa maioria das pessoas entende que a volta do Gugu aos domingos será das mais positivas, especialmente por causa da identificação e da história que ele tem com este dia.

Trocar a Xuxa da segunda para o sábado também teve grande aceitação.

Porém, foram bem divididas as opiniões sobre Geraldo Luís apresentar seu programa todas as noites. Há os que consideram muito errado trocar o certo pelo duvidoso, algo que o próprio apresentador também tem questionado.

É das mais positivas a iniciativa da Record em procurar saber como o público poderá reagir diante das mudanças que pretende investir na sua grade.

Apostar no escuro, prática que algumas emissoras ainda adotam, já não se adapta aos dias atuais.

Meia Maratona do Rio terá narração de Glenda Kozlowski

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Glenda Kozlowski volta ao “Esporte Espetacular”, neste domingo (16), para a transmissão da Meia Maratona Internacional do Rio de Janeiro.

É o seu retorno ao programa, só que agora em nova condição. Não mais na apresentação.

Foi durante suas férias, após a Olimpíada, que a Globo anunciou as mudanças, que culminaram com a sua saída e as entradas de Fernanda Gentil e Flávio Canto.

Glenda seguirá como narradora: “Tem vários projetos muito bons pela frente”, avisa.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Boechat é convidado para acompanhar seminário de debates nos Estados Unidos

Ricardo Boechat viajou aos Estados Unidos para um seminário de debates políticos

Ricardo Boechat viajou aos Estados Unidos para um seminário de debates políticos

Ricardo Boechat viajou nesta sexta-feira (13) e vai ficar uma semana nos Estados Unidos, na condição de convidado dos organizadores do debate americano, juntamente com outros mediadores de debates presidenciais em 28 países.

Durante 2 dias, esses profissionais discutirão num seminário as experiências de cada país na organização de debates.

O objetivo do encontro é estimular países que não têm ainda essa prática a adotarem esse exercício democrático. Em tempo: o terceiro e último debate entre Hillary e Trump acontece na próxima quarta-feira.

E durante a ausência de Boechat, Fábio Pannunzio assume o “Jornal da Band” e Antonio Pétrin, o “Jornal da Noite”.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

“A Lei do Amor”, enfim, acaba de apresentar as suas armas

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Em “A Lei do Amor”, meio que com tudo, a Globo voltou a apostar no novelão tradicional e em ingredientes que o telespectador sempre mostrou apreciar sem qualquer restrição, inclusive com direito a um “quem matou?” logo de saída.

Maria Adelaide Amaral é da escola de Cassiano Gabus Mendes, um alguém que desde o começo da televisão sempre soube ir ao encontro daquilo que, junto ao público, logo faz crescer um amor à primeira vista.

Cassiano, de um determinado ponto da sua vida em diante, preferiu se colocar num horário, o das 7 da noite, mais apropriado ao que ele queria fazer e passar, a ponto de investir num “capa e espada”, “Que Rei Sou Eu?”, quase às vésperas do século 21. Nunca, no entanto, ele deixou de nas entrelinhas ou subliminarmente passar sua mensagem e atingir quem merecia.

O caminho agora traçado por Maria Adelaide, na companhia de Vincent Villari, é outro, já escancarado pelas diferenças sociais em seus núcleos, conflito de gerações e inevitáveis problemas no estabelecimento das relações.

Mas que também vai muito na direção do que o telespectador, sem restrições, sempre aceitou. “A Lei do Amor”, até que demorou um pouco, mas já apresentou suas armas.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Football Federation Australia statement regarding World Cup Qualifier against Thailand

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Friday, 14 October 2016

Staff writer
Football Federation Australia has today released the following statement in regards to next month’s scheduled 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Thailand.

“Following the death of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, Football Federation Australia (FFA) is currently awaiting official notification from FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) on the status of the Australia v Thailand 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier due to be played in Bangkok on 15 November,” said an FFA spokesperson.

“FFA would like to offer its sincere condolences to the Thailand Royal Family, the Football Association of Thailand and the people of Thailand.”

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Hyundai A-League memberships hit 100k!

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Friday, 14 October 2016

Staff writer
The boom in popularity of the Hyundai A-League continues with news the league has surpassed the 100,000 mark for memberships across all ten clubs.

In fact, the league has hit the 100,000 mark two rounds ahead of when that number was reached last season.

Across the Hyundai A-League, 70% of clubs are ahead of where they were this time last season, while both Melbourne City and Western Sydney Wanderers have surpassed their totals for last year.

The total number to date is 100,339 memberships for season 2016/17 with Melbourne Victory leading the table on 24,356, followed by Western Sydney Wanderers on 18,673.

As we say, ‘You’ve Gotta Have A Team’.

So head here and jump on board as a member of your favourite Hyundai A-League club.

www.a-league.com.au/membership

And let’s help Yoshi pick a team this season. Catch up with Yoshi and his search for a club right here.

www.a-league.com.au/youve-gotta-have-a-team

 

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John van’t Schip: Tim Cahill aura similar to Cruyff return at Ajax

Friday, 14 October 2016

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Melbourne City coach John van’t Schip has compared the aura around his marquee signing Tim Cahill as being similar to what he felt when as a young Ajax player legend Johan Cruyff returned to the Dutch giants.

In the early 1980s, City’s Dutch coach was just starting his senior playing career when the iconic Cruyff, a three-time Ballon d’Or winner and one of the key architects of the Dutch Total Football revolution, returned to the club where he made his name as one of the game’s all-time greats.

Cruyff made a huge impression on a young van’t Schip.

Now, 25 years on, the City boss can see Cahill having the same effect on his playing group.

“Tim I think has always been a special player.

“He’s fantastic with everybody, with the young players, the experienced players,” van’t Schip told FFA TV.

 

“He’s a real professional, he’s a winner, everybody gets the fight that he brings.

“I can remember from my time that I was playing in Holland with Cruyff.

“I was like 18 and he [Cruyff] came in as a 35-year-old player.

“It was a really great time to be around a player like that.

“I think that’s the same feeling that I can feel now, that I can sense.”

Cruyff is regarded as one of the greatest footballers ever, alongside the likes of Pele, George Best and Maradona. Like the rest of the world, van ‘t Schip was a huge admirer of the former Barcelona player and coach, who passed away in March this year.

Meanwhile, on the eve of the season’s first Melbourne Derby, which is set to see Cahill make his Hyundai A-League debut in front of a packed Etihad Stadium, van’t Schip acknowledged there was plenty at stake.

With both sides recruiting strongly during the off-season and expected to be in the reckoning come Finals Series time, the result will be an important marker for the winner.

“For us it’s a derby, it’s a game that of course we want to win,” said van’t Schip

“Win it for yourself, for the players, for the work you put in and of course the fans.

“To have Etihad at almost a sell-out I think tells you enough at how the game’s growing.

“It’s really a big event in Melbourne, now maybe even more because Tim is playing.”

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Sydney FC 4 – 0 Central Coast Mariners – Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

Sydney FC’s dream start to the season continued as Filip Holosko scored twice in a 4-0 demolition of Central Coast Mariners at Allianz Stadium on Saturday.

The Sky Blues picked up exactly where they left off in last weekend’s Sydney Derby, scoring twice either side of half-time to consign Paul Okon to a heavy first defeat.

There would be no Mariners comeback this time around as Holosko’s opener and a second from the spot stretched his tally to three goals in two games.

Bobo joined the Slovenian on the scoresheet in the first-half while Alex Brosque added another off the bench with 20 minutes to play.

Despite carving more openings after the restart, the visitors lacked the penetration to trouble a Sydney side which has now scored eight and conceded zero from the first two rounds.

 

GOALS

1-0 Sydney: Holosko, 18’

Milos Ninkovic’s brilliant ball between defender and fullback created the opener out of almost nothing as Holosko raced through on goal and dinked a smart finish over the onrushing Necevski.

2-0 Sydney: 39’

Jacob Poscoliero’s attempted clearance, under heavy pressure from Bobo, only succeeded in lobbing Necevski and allowing the Brazilian to tap his second of the season into an empty net.

3-0 Sydney: Holosko, 65’

The ‘Bobosko’ connection continued with the Slovenian converting from the spot after Bobo was dragged down by young Mariners defender Jake McGing.

4-0 Sydney: Brosque, 70’

Necevski’s heavy first touch in his own penalty area allowed substitute Brosque to eventually finish into an unguarded net.

OPTA DATA

-Sydney FC have defeated the Mariners in six of their last seven home games

-The Mariners are currently without a league victory in 12 matches

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