TV Brasil fará a cobertura do #Carnaval2017 no Rio de Janeiro e em São Paulo

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A TV Brasil terá Vera Barroso, Liliane Reis, Sofia Ceccato, Pedro Pontes e Roseann Kennedy na cobertura do carnaval…
Aliás, graças ao acerto com a Globo, além do trabalho jornalístico, a TV Brasil ainda fará a transmissão dos grupos de acesso, Rio e São Paulo, além dos desfiles das vencedoras.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Fox Sports contrata Eduardo Savoia para comentarista de futebol

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Eduardo Savoia, nome conhecido da imprensa de São Paulo, com passagem pela Record e comentarista da Transamérica, acertou com o Fox Sports.

Além de participar dos seus programas, também será escalado nas transmissões de Libertadores e Copa do Brasil.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Perth Glory 3 x 2 Newcastle Jets- Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

Perth Glory have consolidated their spot in the Hyundai A-League top six with an entertaining 3-2 win over Newcastle Jets at nib Stadium on Saturday night.

Glory raced out of the blocks and took the lead after just 12 minutes with Diego Castro netting from the spot after a clumsy challenge from Nigel Boogaard.

Newcastle fought back and levelled proceedings through Andrew Hoole before Castro netted his second of the night just before the interval to give the Glory the lead at the break.

Glory continued to press after the restart and extended their advantage on the hour mark with Adam Taggart firing home from close range after brilliant build-up from Josh Risdon.

Jason Hoffman gave the Jets a lifeline with a stunning long-range strike with less than 20 minutes remaining but it wasn’t enough as Glory held on for the victory.

 

GOALS

1-0: Perth Glory: Diego Castro, 12’

Castro showed quick feet inside the area and was brought to ground by Nigel Boogaard with the referee awarding a penalty. The Spaniard stepped up and coolly dispatched his spot kick, sending Jack Duncan the wrong way.

1-1: Newcastle Jets: Andrew Hoole, 37’

Jason Hoffman showed brilliant determination to chase down a loose ball before finding Nabbout just outside the area. The winger delivered a wicked ball into the box with Hoole rising highest to bury a header into the back of the net.

2-1: Perth Glory: Diego Castro, 42’

Castro found space inside the area and wriggled free of Jets defender Daniel Mullen before firing a powerful effort through a crowd of players and past Jack Duncan.

Castro.

3-1: Perth Glory: Adam Taggart, 59’

Josh Risdon created space for himself on the right flank before whipping in a dangerous cross which Taggart anticipated brilliantly at the back post for an easy tap in.

3-2: Newcastle Jets: Jason Hoffman, 72’

Hoffman pounced on a loose ball outside the area before firing a thumping volleyed effort which fizzed into the back of the net, leaving Nick Feely with no chance.

Re-live the match action on Twitter

@ALeague, @PerthGloryFC, @NewcastleJetsFC, #PERvNEW

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Melbourne Victory 2 x 1 Melbourne City FC- Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

Melbourne Victory has scored twice in the last six minutes to beat Melbourne City 2-1 in an absorbing – and controversial – derby at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night.

After a tense and scrappy first half, the match sprung to life after the break in front of more than 30,000 fans.

It started just after the hour-mark when Marco Rojas won a penalty for Victory, only for Dean Bouzanis to keep out Besart Berisha’s spot-kick.

City edged in front seven minutes later when Neil Kilkenny’s shot was deflected in off Alan Baro but Victory weren’t done.

Berisha made up for his penalty miss by equalising with six minutes left before Victory got the winner just three minutes later when City defender Manny Muscat turned it into his own net.

Victory v City.

There was plenty of controversy about the winning goal with the linesman flagging for offside, only to be overruled by referee Chris Beath.

The drama wasn’t done there as substitute Tim Cahill was sent off for dissent in voicing his complaints over Victory’s winning goal.

 

GOALS

0-1 City: Alan Baro (og) 70’

Fernando Brandan surged past Jason Geria down the left and drove into the box before cutting it back to Neil Kilkenny. The midfielder’s first-time strike took a deflection off a defender and went in off the post.

Neil Kilkenny celebrates after his deflected effort found the back of the net in the Melbourne Derby.

1-1 Victory: Besart Berisha 84’

Marco Rojas twisted and turned inside the box to get past Osama Malik before squaring to Berisha to slot it home six yards out.

2-1 Victory: Manny Muscat (og) 87’

Jason Geria found space in the box and squared the ball looking for Berisha – who was in an offside position – but the ball was turned in by Muscat before it got to the Albanian.

RED CARD

Tim Cahill 88’

In the wake of Victory’s go-ahead goal, Cahill – who was preparing to come on as a substitute – was sent-off for something he said to the officials.

Re-live the match action on Twitter

@ALeague, @gomvfc, @MelbourneCity, #MelbDerby

 

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Wellington Phoenix 1 x 3 Western Sydney Wanderers FC- Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

Santalab inspires Wanderers to win over 10-man Phoenix

Saturday, 4 February 2017

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A brace from Brendon Santalab has inspired Western Sydney Wanderers to an impressive 3-1 win over Wellington Phoenix in New Plymouth on Saturday night.

The Wanderers started the brighter and took a deserved lead midway through the first half with Santalab firing home after neat buildup from Nico Martinez.

Wellington settled into the contest as the game progressed and went close early in the second stanza with Shane Smeltz forcing Vedran Janjetovic into a smart save on the turn.

But goals to Nico Martinez and a second from Santalab in a seven-minute blitz all but sealed the result for the visitors, with Smeltz netting a consolation for Wellington from the spot with 20 minutes remaining.

A red card to Smeltz for a second bookable offence with 15 minutes left killed off any chance of a comeback as the Wanderers held on for a deserved victory.

GOALS 0-1: Western Sydney Wanderers, Brendon Santalab, 22’ Playmaker Nico Martinez embarked on a surging run through the heart of the Phoenix defence before slipping Santalab in behind, with the striker firing home underneath the outstretched Glen Moss.

0-2: Western Sydney Wanderers: Nico Martinez, 58’ Terry Antonis pounced on a loose ball before playing a through ball for Santalab, with the 35-year-old expertly cutting the ball back for Martinez to slot from close range. 0-3: Western Sydney Wanderers: Brendon Santalab, 65’ Antonis was played into the area before shpwing great composure to pick  out Santalab in the area, with the veteran attacker blasting home through a crowd of bodies.   1-3: Wellington Phoenix: Shane Smeltz, 71’ The hosts were awarded a penalty following a handball from Kearyn Baccus and Shane Smeltz made no mistake from the spot, sending Vedran Janjetovic the wrong way from 12 yards. RED CARD Phoenix striker Shane Smeltz was shown his marching orders with just under 15 minutes remaining after being shown a second yellow card for a foul on Jack Clisby.

 

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