Brad Jones kept a clean sheet in Feyenoord’s 1-0 Europa League win

Brad Jones kept a clean sheet in Feyenoord's 1-0 Europa League win.

Former Caltex Socceroos keeper Brad Jones has kept a clean sheet in Feyenoord’s 1-0 win over Ukrainian opposition in the Europa League overnight.

The one-time Liverpool keeper helped his side go equal top of the group after defeating Zorya at the Stadion Feijenoord in Rotterdam.

Feyenoord are now level on points with Manchester United in Group A.

Feyenoord, coached by Giovanni Van Bronckhorst, took the lead just after the break courtesy of Nicolai Jørgensen.

Jones, 34, joined the Dutch outfit in the European summer on a one-year deal.

The big Aussie keeper has caught the eye since joining the club, including keeping a clean sheet in a man of the match display in their 1-0 win over Manchester United earlier in the group stage.



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Young Matildas squad announced for AFC U-19 Qualifiers

Young Matildas Head Coach Gary van Egmond has named a 23-player squad for the AFC U-19 Women’s Championship 2017 Qualifiers tournament

Friday, 21 October 2016

Staff writer
Young Matildas Head Coach Gary van Egmond has named a 23-player squad for the upcoming AFC U-19 Women’s Championship 2017 Qualifiers tournament to be held in Nanjing, China from 2-6 November 2016.

The squad comprises a host of Australia’s best young female football talent headlined by 17 year old Ellie Carpenter, who was a member of the Australian squad that competed at the Rio Games and has five Westfield Matildas appearances to her name.

All bar four of the squad are contracted to Westfield W-League clubs for the upcoming season and van Egmond says he is impressed with the quality in the group that has been selected.

“The standard of the training camp we held at Valentine Sports Park this week has been at a really good level and we have high expectations heading over to China,” said van Egmond.

“We need to make sure we’re focussed and approach both matches with the right attitude to ensure we give ourselves every chance of making it to the next stage of qualifying.”

“The players know the privilege of what it means to represent your country and they are determined to put their best foot forward. I’m confident that with the talent we have in this group we can perform well and be successful.”

The squad will congregate for a final camp at the AIS in Canberra on Tuesday before departing for Nanjing on 29 October.

The round robin tournament, which is the first stage of qualifying for the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, will see the Young Matildas take on the Northern Mariana Islands and Jordan.

The top team after the round robin matches advances to the Asian Cup tournament scheduled for October 2017, which doubles as the qualifiers for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2018.

Young Matildas squad – AFC U-19 Women’s Championship 2017 Qualifiers




Grace Abbey


Adelaide United
Hannah Bacon


Sydney FC  
MelindaJ Barbieri


Melbourne Victory  
Georgia Boric (gk)


Canberra United  
Ellie Carpenter


Western Sydney Wanderers  
Alex Chidiac


Adelaide United  
Emily Condon


Adelaide United  
Nickoletta Flannery


Canberra United  
Annalee Grove (gk)


Emerging Jets
Princess Ibini-Isei


Sydney FC
Ashleigh Lefevre


Melbourne Victory
Rachel Lowe


Football NSW NTC
Grace Maher


Canberra United  
Annabel Martin


Melbourne Victory
Jada Mathyssen (gk)


Western Sydney Wanderers  
Sophie Nenadovic


Newcastle Jets  
Georgia Plessas


Western Sydney Wanderers
Natasha Prior


Hayley Richmond


Melbourne City  
Amy Sayer


Football NSW NTC
Remy Siemsen


Sydney FC  
Cortnee Vine


Brisbane Roar
Clare Wheeler


Newcastle Jets

Match Schedule

Northern Mariana Islands v Australia

Jiangsu Football Training Centre Stadium, Manama

2 November 2016 (Kick-Off 3.00pm local)

Jordan v Northern Mariana Islands

Jiangsu Football Training Centre Stadium, Manama

4 November 2016 (Kick-Off 4.00pm local)

Australia v Jordan

Jiangsu Football Training Centre Stadium, Manama

6 November 2016 (Kick-Off 4.00pm local)


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Caltex Socceroos v Thailand FIFA World Cup Qualifiers match details confirmed

Robbie Kruse jostles for the ball when the Caltex Socceroos last played Thailand in Bangkok in 2011.


Football Federation Australia (FFA) today received official confirmation from the Football Association of Thailand that the 2018 FIFA World Cup Asian Qualification match between Thailand and Australia will be played as scheduled at the Rajamangala Stadium, in Bangkok on Tuesday 15 November.

As the match coincides with a period of mourning following the passing of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, FFA asks all Australian fans attending the match and who are in Thailand to be respectful of the local customs and in particular respect the following requests from the Sports Authority of Thailand:

·         Clothing for spectators shall be in polite manner with suggested colours such as white, black, gray and preferably with no designs on them.

·         Equipment such as drums, trumpets, flags, megaphones, whistles, cheering sticks and any other equipment will not be allowed to enter the stadium.

·         Spectators are not allowed to show any symbols.

·         Banners will not be allowed to enter the stadium.

·         Fan chants, along with any other activities that are considered joyful, are strictly prohibited both inside the stadium and surrounding areas.

For more information regarding travel in Thailand, please visit


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Canais da TV por assinatura se dão bem com conteúdo brasileiro

Resultado de imagem para entubados

O outro lado
Os canais da TV paga, em vez do papel de simples repetidoras do que vem de fora, com muito ananás no meio, se saem muito bem quando investem em produções por aqui.

Exemplo da vez: o canal Sony, que já se deu bem com o “Entubados”, do Danilo Gentili, observou crescimento de 517% de audiência com a exibição da versão brasileira do “Negociando com Tubarões”. No ar, com edições inéditas, às quintas-feiras, 21 horas.


Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Frontier Airlines takes delivery of its first A320neo

Airline is first in the U.S. to get A320neo with CFM engines

Frontier Airlines, headquarters in Denver, Colorado (U.S.), took delivery today of its first A320neo. Frontier is the first U.S. airline to receive an A320neo with CFM engines, and the aircraft is the first of 80 A320neo Family aircraft the low-cost carrier has ordered. All of Frontier’s A320neo Family aircraft will be powered by CFM International LEAP-1A engines.

“We’re excited to receive our first A320neo,” said Barry Biffle, President and CEO – Frontier Airlines. “The efficiency of the A320neo will help us lower costs even more and pass those savings along to our customers.”

“We are proud to deliver the first CFM-powered A320neo aircraft in the U.S. to our valued customer Frontier Airlines,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer – Customers. “Now delivered to operators on three continents, the A320neo Family is the aircraft of choice among the world’s airlines.”

Each of the Frontier’s A320neo Family aircraft will feature lightweight composite Sharklets, 2.4-meter/94-inch tall wing-tip devices and new CFM’s LEAP-1A engines providing operators with double-digit improvements in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions – with a 15 percent reduction upon entry into service.

In addition to the A320neo delivered today, Frontier currently operates a fleet of 64 Airbus aircraft, including 30 A319s, 24 A320s and 10 A321s. Their current backlog of Airbus aircraft is comprised of 18 A319neo, 2 A320ceo, 61 A320neo and 6 A321ceo.

Frontier took delivery of its first Airbus aircraft in 2001 and has since transformed into an all-Airbus, all-A320 Family fleet, allowing the airline to optimize efficiency and economy by streamlining crew training and maintenance operations. The A320 Family also offers the most comfortable single-aisle cabin in the sky at a full seven inches wider than competing aircraft allowing for 18”-wide seats in comfort economy as standard.

The A320neo Family incorporates the very latest technologies including new generation engines and Sharklets, which together deliver more than 15 percent fuel savings from day one and 20 percent by 2020. With more than 4,800 orders received from 87 customers since its launch in 2010, the A320neo Family has captured some 60 percent share of the market.

Airbus Website

Japão é o país homenageado neste ano em Cannes

A Academia de Filmes levou para o Mipcom, em Cannes, dois projetos dedicados à diversidade da fauna e flora brasileira. O primeiro, “Brasil dos Dinossauros”, sobre espécies de dinossauros que viveram no país há milhões de anos, e “Birdwatching Terra Papagalli”, que viajará por 7 biomas em busca de espécies de aves únicas.

O primeiro grande objetivo é encontrar parceiros interessados.


Fernando Pelégio, diretor-artístico do SBT, e Eliana na Mipcom

Japão é homenageado
A cada ano, a Mipcom presta homenagem a um país, como é o caso do Japão neste 2016, com direito a uma grande área temática.

E onde estão expostos os avanços tecnológicos daquele país, com destaque para a tecnologia 8K.


Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Boeing Names Mounir New Sales, Marketing Leader for Commercial Airplanes

Wojick retiring after 36-year commercial airplanes career

SEATTLE, Oct. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] today announced that Ihssane Mounir has been named the new vice president of Sales and Marketing for Commercial Airplanes. Mounir succeeds John Wojick, who is retiring after 36 years of company service, effective early 2017.

In his new role, Mounir is responsible for the sales and marketing of all commercial airplanes and related services to airlines and leasing customers in all markets worldwide. His team’s duties include sales strategy, operations and customer relationships.

“Ihssane is a seasoned sales leader with in-depth knowledge of Boeing customers worldwide,” said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Ray Conner. “His extensive knowledge of our products and services puts him in the best position to help our customers address their fleet and operational needs and be successful in today’s competitive environment.”

Mounir has held several leadership positions within Boeing’s Sales organization, mostly recently as vice president of Sales forNortheast Asia.

He previously served as vice president of Marketing, Sales Strategy and Operations, responsible for developing and implementing cross-regional strategies for Commercial Airplanes.

Prior to that assignment, Mounir led Commercial Airplanes Sales efforts in many regions across the world. Previously, Mounir was the vice president of Sales for Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean. He also served in Sales leadership roles in Europe, Central Asiaand Africa.

Mounir joined Boeing as a senior aerodynamics engineer in 1997. He earned Bachelors and Masters degrees in aerospace engineering from Wichita State University.

Conner thanked Wojick for his decades of service to Boeing and leadership of the team that sold thousands of airplanes to customers worldwide.

“John’s retirement caps an outstanding 36-year Boeing career that has included assignments in engineering and all facets of commercial airplanes sales and marketing,” Conner said. “As the leader of our Sales team since 2012, he has consistently demonstrated the integrity, tenacity, courage and commitment it takes to compete aggressively and win in the marketplace. Under his leadership, our Sales and Marketing organization has sharpened its focus on our customers, continued to earn their trust and maintain their loyalty.”

The new regional leader for Northeast Asia Sales will be named at a later time.

Marc Birtel
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Communications
+ 1 206-390-4115

SOURCE :Boeing Website

Boeing and AZUR air Announce Partnership to Improve Operational Efficiency

Resultado de imagem para Azur 767

Optimized Maintenance Program uses data analytics to save airline time, money

AMSTERDAM, Oct. 19, 2016Boeing (NYSE: BA) and AZUR air announced today that Boeing will implement its Optimized Maintenance Program service for the airline’s 757 and 767 fleet.

Powered by Boeing Analytics, the program will reduce scheduled maintenance labor costs, lower materials costs and improve airplane maintenance ground time.

“We are pleased to have Boeing’s experienced team working with us to achieve the airline’s fleet operational improvements,” said Michael Kritskiy, AZUR air general director. “This extra level of analysis on top of our already high-performing fleets will help us to raise operating performance and will be value added to our fleet management process.”

Through an evaluation of logbooks, scheduled maintenance data, component maintenance records and other metrics, Boeing will develop recommendations for maintenance program enhancements customized to accommodate the unique operating environments and specific operational goals of the airline.

Boeing technical consultants work directly with local regulatory authorities to secure approval and agreement on any recommended maintenance program changes. Boeing’s agreement with AZUR air also includes results monitoring following implementation of the program.

“We are committed to providing our customers with a competitive edge by applying our understanding of data analytics, along with our unique understanding of the airplane itself, to identify ways to streamline the airline’s maintenance programs,” said Rick Anderson, vice president, Sales and Marketing, Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. “We value our strong relationship with AZUR air and are proud to support the airline’s continued success through our analysis.”

Optimized Maintenance Program is one many Boeing Analytics tools and services Boeing offers to empower airlines to make better decisions and significantly improve performance on the ground and in the air.

Boeing is a leader in providing 24/7 support and service to the global aviation industry. In addition to providing customers with advanced data analytics solutions, Boeing offers the industry’s largest portfolio of services, including retrofits and modifications, subscription-based maintenance programs, engineering support, crew training, route planning, digital crew scheduling and software to enhance airlines and leasing company operations.

AZUR air is a young brand in the aviation market. The first flight under this brand was made in December 2014. It is currently the largest Russian charter airline and among the 10 largest airlines in the Russian Federation. AZUR air operates in the international aviation market, serving the needs of the largest Russian travel agencies, with flights from 30 cities of Russia to 29 destinations. The fleet consists of six Boeing 767-300s and nine Boeing 757-200s.

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Cynthia Reynaud

Boeing Commercial Aviation Services

+1 206-661-2632


Source : Boeing Website