Consolidados Grande SP 17/10/2016

AUDIÊNCIAS DE 17/10/2016

Sol Nascente derruba audiência de telejornal paulistano da Globo


Carlos Tramontina durante o SPTV 2ª Edição de ontem (18), que deu 22,3 pontos - Reprodução/Globo

Carlos Tramontina durante o SPTV 2ª Edição de ontem (18), que deu 22,3 pontos

REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 18/10/2016, às 12h30

Telejornal que marcava mais de 30 pontos entre abril e agosto, o SPTV 2ª Edição desabou no Ibope. Ontem (17), registrou 22,3. O noticioso de Carlos Tramontina está sendo prejudicado pela novela Sol Nascente, que tem sofrido para superar a casa dos 20 pontos (ontem, teve 17,5). No entanto, em comparação com o início do ano, a queda não é tão acentuada. Durante os primeiros 42 capítulos de Eta Mundo Bom!, o SPTV 2 teve 25,0 pontos. Com os 42 primeiros episódios de Sol Nascente, caiu só 0,4 ponto, para 24,6

Média do dia (7h/0h): 15,1
Bom Dia São Paulo 9,4
Bom Dia Brasil 10,0
Mais Você 7,1
Bem Estar 7,0
Encontro 8,0
SP TV 1ª Edição 13,6
Globo Esporte 12,8
Jornal Hoje 12,2
Vídeo Show 9,3
Sessão da Tarde: O Amor É Cego 12,0
Cheias de Charme 15,0
Malhação 14,4
Sol Nascente 17,5
SP TV 2ª Edição 22,3
Haja Coração 25,8
Jornal Nacional 27,5
A Lei do Amor 25,8
Tela Quente: Os Mercenários 3 23,5
Jornal da Globo 11,7
Programa do Jô 6,8
Segredos e Mentiras 5,5
Corujão 1: Adrenalina 2: Alta Voltagem 4,1
Corujão 2: Segurança Nacional 3,5
Hora 1 5,5
Média do dia (7h/0h): 8,1
Balanço Geral Manhã 2,8
SP no Ar 5,7
Fala Brasil 6,9
Hoje em Dia 5,7
Balanço Geral SP – de 11h59 a 13h50  7,9
Balanço Geral SP – de 13h54 a 14h44 10,0
Amor e Intrigas 6,3
Vidas em Jogo 5,2
Cidade Alerta 8,0
Escrava Mãe 11,9
A Terra Prometida 16,9
Jornal da Record 10,9
Xuxa Meneghel 5,9
Programa do Porchat 4,7
Fala que Eu te Escuto 1,8
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 0,6
Média do dia (7h/0h): 6,7
Primeiro Impacto – de 6h a 6h59  2,2
Primeiro Impacto – de 7h a 7h59 2,2
Carrossel Animado 2,3
Mundo Disney  3,4
Bom Dia e Cia 6,2
Fofocando 5,6
Casos de Família 6,5
Mar de Amor 6,2
Lágrimas de Amor 7,2
Abismo de Paixão 9,1
A Gata 9,3
SBT Brasil 7,8
Cúmplices de um Resgate 11,9
Chiquititas 11,2
Programa do Ratinho 9,1
Máquina da Fama 6,0
The Noite 4,1
Jornal do SBT 2,4
SBT Notícias 1 2,3
SBT Notícias 2 2,2
SBT Notícias 3 1,8
Média do dia (7h/0h): 2,6
Band News 0,5
Café com Jornal 1,0
Dia a Dia 0,9
Os Simpsons 1,2
Jogo Aberto 3,6
Os Donos da Bola 3,2
Game Phone 1,1
Brasil Urgente (rede) 3,6
Brasil Urgente (local) 6,0
Jornal da Band 4,7
Sila – A Priosioneira do Amor 2,6
Os Simpsons 0,9
X Factor Brasil 2,3
Jornal da Noite 1,1
Copa do Mundo de Futebol Feminino Sub 17 (VT) 0,5
Média do dia (7h/0h): 0,7
Tá Sabendo? 0,3
Melhor pra Você 0,7
A Tarde É Sua 1,9
Master Game 0,1
RedeTV! News 0,6
TV Fama 1 0,5
TV Fama 2 1,2
Superpop 1,5
Leitura Dinâmica 0,9
É Notícia 0,3
Debate Brasil 0,2

Fonte: Emissoras

Cada ponto equivale a 69,4 mil domicílios na Grande SP

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Football Federation Australia issue Melbourne Victory show cause letter

Melbourne Victory.

Monday, 17 October 2016

Staff writer

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has today issued a show cause notice to Melbourne Victory under the National Code of Conduct following an alleged incident at Saturday night’s Hyundai A-League match at Etihad Stadium.

FFA has given the club until 2pm (AEDT) Tuesday afternoon to show cause why they should not face sanction for bringing the game into disrepute after a spectator in the Melbourne Victory active supporters area discharged a flare. Possible sanctions may include financial penalties, a reprimand, the triggering of the Club’s current applicable suspended points deduction (3 points) and/or an extension to the Club’s current suspended points deduction under the FFA Code of Conduct.

FFA sent the show cause notice today after receiving detailed incident and match reports, outlining the incident.

The perpetrator, who was removed from the stadium following assistance from the Melbourne Victory fans and CCTV, will be subject to the FFA Banning Process.


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Alex Brosque desperate for FFA Cup final berth


Monday, 17 October 2016

Sydney FC skipper Alex Brosque only has eyes on a maiden Westfield FFA Cup Final appearance heading in to Wednesday night’s semi-final against Canberra Olympic at Viking Park.

The Sky Blues have to juggle the cup clash and a Hyundai A-League trip to Wellington in the space of a week, however Brosque said coach Graham Arnold has ensured the squad are in the right mind-frame and aren’t dwelling on their consecutive 4-0 league wins.

“Everything that we play for we want to win and that’s the way it should be,” Brosque said.

“Sydney FC has to be a club that goes into every competition wanting to win it and I think the players have really embraced that this year. The players know what’s expected of this club.

“It’s been a great start to the season but Arnie has pulled all our heads in, he doesn’t want us to get carried away with it. We know there’s a lot of improvement in us.

“Wednesday is a good opportunity for us to give everything we have for this game and get into a cup final which would be the first time the club has done it,” he continued.

“We’re ready, we want to win this competition, and we’ll be doing everything we can to win it.

“We’ll do a lot of homework on Canberra, they’ve been great, they haven’t conceded a goal in the whole tournament so they’re obviously defensively good and we’ll have to work out a way to break them down.”

Brosque attributed the Sky Blues’ early run of form to the offseason recruitment, and while the squad’s goal is to carry that form across the whole campaign, Brosque is focussed on ensuring his body is right for the entire season.

“The quality of the players and the depth that we’ve got is what’s behind our early season success at the moment,” he said.

“I definitely think we’ve got a lot of strength all over the park. We’ve got Josh Brillante, Michael Zullo, [Alex] Wilkinson, [Danny] Vukovic, Bobô, half our team that’s been starting our games are new players so I think the quality of the players we’ve brought in have been a huge difference.

“The coaching staff have done a great job to get us right for the start of the season, we’re scoring goals, creating chances and it’s about keeping that run going now.

“For me it’s still about looking after the hamstring, making sure I last all 27 games of the season,” he continued.

“I think the team is doing fantastic. Carney, Ninkovic, Holosko, Bobô, they’re playing excellent, so there’s no reason to change and at the moment I’m happy to play whatever part I can.”

Sydney FC take on Canberra Olympic in the Westfield FFA Cup Semi Final at Viking Park, Wanniassa ACT on Wednesday 19 October (kick off 7:30pm).

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Aiden O’Neill on his Premier League ‘dream come true’

Aiden O'Neill

Young Australian midfielder Aiden O’Neill concedes even he is “a little surprised” by his rapid rise to Burnley’s first team but insists he isn’t getting carried away with his Premier League experience.

O’Neill was unknown to the vast majority of Australian football fans and journalists when he made his Premier League debut for Burnley against Liverpool in the second round of this season.

The 18-year-old came off the bench at Turf Moor on August 20 and has since played two more games in England’s top flight to be the Australian with the most appearances in 2016-17.

While he may not have much competition at the  moment – Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak has dropped down to the Championship, while Mark Birighitti (Swansea City), Brad Smith and Adam Federici (both AFC Bournemouth) have been stuck on the bench – O’Neill’s achievement shouldn’t be underestimated.

O’Neill moved to the United Kingdom with his parents in 2013 having never been involved with any club in the National Premier Leagues or A-League, but quickly caught the eye of Burnley’s youth coaches before signing a professional deal with the club in January.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has clearly been impressed by O’Neill, having thrown him on against Liverpool, Chelsea and Southampton.


When asked by Goal Australia if he was amazed by how quickly his career has progressed at Burnley, O’Neill said: “Obviously I’m a little surprised and I think everyone else is too but know I have worked really hard and I’m grabbing the opportunity with both hands.”

O’Neill signed a youth contract in July 2014 but had to wait a year for his international clearance, so instead of working with the Under 18 side, the then 16-year-old was placed in the Under 21 development squad instead.

“I couldn’t play any competitive games with the youth squad so they got me to train and play friendlies with the development squad,” he said.

“I actually think this helped me develop quickly. When the clearance came through Burnley decided to keep me with the development squad, which was great.”

A powerfully built teenager, O’Neill hasn’t looked out of place in his three Premier League appearances so far.

When Steven Defour suffered an injury before half-time in Sunday’s match away to Southampton, Dyche had no concerns turning to O’Neill to help anchor Burnley’s midfield, although the young Aussie couldn’t avoid a 3-1 defeat.

But having already shared Premier League pitches with the likes of Eden Hazard, Oscar and Philippe Coutinho, O’Neill is loving life.

“Playing with and against such amazing players – it’s like a dream come true,” he said.

“I just go out in every game and try to do my job and make a difference for the team. I go out and do what I do.

“But if I didn’t get to speed quickly I wouldn’t be doing my job for the team.

“I’ve got so much to learn and I’ve got some great people to learn off at Burnley.”


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Canberra Olympic out to continue dream Westfield FFA Cup run

Canberra Olympic star Philipe Bernabo-Madrid scores during the Round of 32 against Surfers Paradise.
Canberra Olympic star Philipe Bernabo-Madrid scores during the Round of 32 against Surfers Paradise.
Westfield FFA Cup fever has gripped the nation’s capital as local club Canberra Olympic prepares to take centre stage and represent the region when they do battle with Hyundai A-League heavyweights Sydney FC for a spot in the Westfield FFA Cup Final at Viking Park on Wednesday night (19 October 2016).

A bumper crowd is expected for the first of the Westfield FFA Cup Semi Finals, which will be broadcast LIVE and exclusive on FOX SPORTS (Channel 505) from 7pm AEDT, at the same venue that saw over 5,000 people pack in for the Round of 16 match between Tuggeranong United and Melbourne Victory in 2014.

The only second tier club left in this year’s competition, Canberra Olympic became the first Member Federation club outside of Victoria in three years to reach the Westfield FFA Cup Semi Finals after they defeated Green Gully in the Quarter Finals courtesy of a dramatic last minute penalty from inspirational captain and goalkeeper Angelo Konstantinou.

Konstantinou, who is also a goalkeeper for Australia’s national futsal team the Futsalroos, has become a cult figure for the ACT side due to the famed tracksuit pants he wears in matches, while he has also scored two crucial goals to help Canberra Olympic reach the last four.

Impressively, Canberra Olympic are yet to concede a goal in the Westfield FFA Cup Final Rounds but the challenge of keeping a fourth straight clean sheet is a momentous one as they face a Sydney FC side that has scored four goals in each of their opening two Hyundai A-League matches.

The Sky Blues are brimming with confidence and Canberra Olympic will have their hands full trying to contain an attacking threat comprising new Brazilian striker Bobo, Slovakian international Filip Holosko, Milos Ninkovic, Alex Brosque and co.

Sydney FC have also been impressive at the other end of the pitch as, similarly to Canberra Olympic, they are yet to concede in the Westfield FFA Cup this year in victories over Wollongong Wolves, Perth Glory and Blacktown City.

Canberra Olympic have not had a competitive hit out since their Quarter Final triumph over Green Gully on 27 September, but despite their lack of matches leading up to the clash, the prospect of facing one of the Hyundai A-League’s biggest clubs is more than enough motivation and incentive for Coach Frank Cachia’s team.

All three of Canberra Olympic’s victories, over Surfers Paradise Apollo (Round of 32), Redlands United (Round of 16) and Green Gully (Quarter Finals), have been at their home ground of Deakin Stadium.

Their run of consecutive home matches is similar to that of last year’s semi finalists Hume City who were also drawn at home for all of their Cup ties.

If Canberra Olympic can find the back of the net against Sydney FC, the club will earn $2,500 for each goal they score courtesy of the NAB Golden Goals initiative.

The match will also be broadcast LIVE on 666 ABC Canberra, Grandstand Digital, online & via the ABC Radio Mobile App.

Westfield FFA Cup 2016 Semi Finals – Match Day 1

Canberra Olympic v Sydney FC

Wednesday 19 October 2016

Viking Park, Wanniassa

Kick-off: 7:30pm local (7:30pm AEDT)

Referee: Chris Beath

Assistant Referee1: Allyson Flynn

Assistant Referee2: Owen Goldrick

Fourth Official: Luke Withell

Tickets:Click here for ticketing details

TV Broadcast: 7.00pm (AEDT) Live and exclusive on FOX SPORTS 4 (Channel 505)

Radio Broadcast: 666 ABC Canberra, Grandstand Digital, online & via the ABC Radio Mobile App

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tags #COLvSYD #FFACup

Canberra Olympic squad: 1.Angelo Konstantinou (gk), 2.Tim Bobolas, 3.Josh Calabria, 4.Daniel Colbertaldo, 5.Phil Yarnold, 6.Jeremy Habtemarium, 7.Patrick Ross-Magee, 8.Bernard Rene, 9.Philippe Bernabo-Madrid, 10.Robbie Cattanach, 11.Michael Reeve, 13.Ben Basser-Silk, 15.Tom McLachlan, 16.Adam Neou, 17.Nicholas Bobolas, 18.Jordan Tsekenis, 19.Joel Valtonen, 20.Jack Pettit (gk), 23.Oliver Wiederkher, 24.Daniel Giovinazzo

Sydney FC squad: 1.Vedran Janjetovic (gk), 2.Sebastian Ryall, 4.Alex Wilkinson, 5.Matthew Jurman, 6.Josh Brillante, 7.Michael Zullo, 8.Milos Dimitrijevic, 9.Bobo, 10.Milos Ninkovic, 12.Aaron Calver, 13.Brandon O’Neill, 14.Alex Brosque, 17.David Carney, 18.Matt Simon, 20.Danny Vukovic (gk), 21.Filip Holosko, 23.Rhyan Grant, 24.Charles Lokoli Ngoy, 29.Bai Antoniou


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