Propaganda de Patrícia Abravanel para a Marisa recebe elogios no SBT

Patrícia Abravanel

Presença da Patrícia Abravanel em campanha da Marisa ainda é muito comentada – e elogiada – no SBT.

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Silvio Santos reprovou primeiro piloto de Dudu Camargo para o Primeiro Impacto

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O fato de Silvio Santos ter reprovado o primeiro piloto de Dudu Camargo para o “Primeiro Impacto” deixou a equipe em pânico na redação do SBT…
… Ninguém esperava por uma atitude dessas, devido ao fato de ele, Silvio, estar de férias nos EUA …
…O pessoal imaginava que ele fosse simplesmente dar uma espiadinha e liberar a estreia…
…Não foi bem isso o que aconteceu.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Perth Glory Josh Risdon to lose Caltex Socceroo at season’s end

Josh Risdon will leave Perth Glory at season's end.

Perth Glory have confirmed that Caltex Socceroo Josh Risdon has rejected an offer to stay at the club, with the defender to leave at the end of the season.

The 24-year old was re-signed by the club last year on a one-year deal and over the past several weeks, the club had been negotiating with the player and his management team, to renew his contract for another two seasons.

Club CEO Peter Filopoulos said contract negotiations with the 24-year old Bunbury born Socceroo and his management, ceased today, after Risdon informed the club of his intentions.

“Despite presenting a very strong offer to Josh and his management, we’ve been advised today that he won’t be renewing his contract for season 2017/18 and beyond,” Filopoulos said.

“We understand Josh is keen to explore life outside of Western Australia, and while we respect his decision, we are extremely disappointed he won’t be wearing the purple kit after season 16/17.”

Risdon said it was a difficult decision to leave the club but admitted it was time for a new challenge.

“This has not been an easy decision.  I feel the time is right for me to explore a new adventure and grow in a different environment and move out of my comfort zone in Western Australia,” he said.

“For the past seven years I have bled purple and I owe a lot to Perth Glory and my coaches. It’s here where I have been fortunate to lead the team on the park and as a result earn a berth in the Socceroos.

“I’m a WA boy through and through and hopefully I’ll be back one day to play in front of my family and friends. I’d like to thank the fans who’ve embraced me along the way and I’ll always be grateful for their support.

“In the meantime I’m looking forward to helping the team with its quest for another Hyundai A-League finals campaign and hopefully a third championship.”

Risdon began his professional career with Perth Glory FC in 2010 at the young age of 18 where he has now amassed 127 matches, making him the club’s most capped player in Hyundai A-League history.

 

Football Federation Australia

Maria Casadevall iniciou preparação para a novela das 23h Os Dias Eram Assim

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Sem parar
Maria Casadevall chega hoje da França e inicia imediatamente a preparação para a próxima novela das 23h da Globo, “Os Dias Eram Assim”, escrita por Ângela Chaves e Alessandra Poggi.

Ela ficou com o papel que seria de Carol Castro na história, que começa a ser gravada segunda-feira no Chile. Grávida, Carol foi obrigada a deixar a produção.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Definidos os jurados da Dancinha dos Famosos de amanhã , 15/01/2017

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Dancinha
Fabiana Karla, Sheron Menezes, Vítor Figueiredo e Maria Pia serão os jurados do “Dancinha dos Famosos” desta semana, no “Domingão do Faustão”.
O ritmo escolhido é a valsa.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Caltex Socceroos jump in FIFA January 2017

The Caltex Socceroos have moved up in the latest FIFA rankings released for January.

The Caltex Socceroos’ steady rise has continued with Ange Postecoglou’s side jumping three spots in the latest FIFA Rankings released for January.

Despite not playing a fixture since November, Australia have moved to 44th in the rankings, up from 47th in December.

The Socceroos are now the third highest-ranked team in Asia, behind Iran (29th) and Korea Republic (36th).

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Argentina remain the world’s top ranked side, followed by Germany, Brazil and Chile.

Postecoglou’s side are back in action in March with a crucial away fixture against Iraq (119th) on March 23 before returning home to tackle UAE (64th) in Sydney just five days later.

Australia currently sit third in Group B following three straight draws in their bid to qualify for Russia 2018, one point behind Saudi Arabia (48th) and Japan (46th)

The Socceroos have been drawn to play Chile and Germany at the 2017 Confederations Cup in Russia along with the winner of next month’s Africa Cup of Nations.

 

Football Federation Australia

 

David Gallop on FIFA World Cup expansion

FFA CEO David Gallop.

Football Federation Australia Chief Executive David Gallop said the FIFA Council’s unanimous decision to expand the number of countries contesting the FIFA World Cup Finals recognised the growth of the game outside of Europe and South America and the positive impact that being a part of the tournament has on local players and fans.

 

“Australia is part of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) where the most significant growth and investment is occurring and we expect this trend to continue over the coming years leading up to the World Cup expansion,” Mr Gallop said.

“As the quality of Asian football continues to improve, AFC Member Associations will justifiably deserve greater representation at the FIFA World Cup.”

Gallop said FFA would remain closely engaged through the AFC in discussions regarding the allocations of the extra slots and other details around how the 2026 tournament will operate.

“In the meantime we will stay focussed on achieving qualification for the Socceroos for next year’s World Cup in Russia and we hope all Australians will get behind the team for their final qualifying matches.”

 

Football Federation Australia