Consolidados Grande SP 20/02/2017


Com Sophia Abrahão, Vídeo Show cresce 17% e lidera do início ao fim


A atriz e cantora Sophia Abrahão em sua estreia na bancada do Vídeo Show na segunda (20) - Filipe Monteiro/Gshow

A atriz e cantora Sophia Abrahão em sua estreia na bancada do Vídeo Show na segunda (20)

REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 21/02/2017, às 12h13

Com Sophia Abrahão na bancada, o Vídeo Show marcou 12,2 pontos Na Grande SP ontem (20), uma alta de 17% em relação às últimas quatro segundas. Em fato raríssimo, não perdeu para o Balanço Geral durante um único minuto. No horário, a Record teve 10,3. Sophia foi escolhida para cobrir as férias de Otaviano Costa porque faz sucesso nas redes sociais. Outra estreia do dia, a de Marcão do Povo no SBT, também levantou a audiência: o Primeiro Impacto deu 3,2 pontos, 33% acima das quatro últimas segundas


Média do dia (7h/0h): 17,0
Bom Dia São Paulo 11,3
Bom Dia Brasil 10,4
Mais Você 8,7
Bem Estar 8,2
Encontro 9,7
SP TV 1ª Edição 14,7
Globo Esporte 13,1
Jornal Hoje 14,1
Vídeo Show 12,2
Sessão da Tarde: De Repente 30 12,1
Cheias de Charme 18,6
Malhação 21,6
Sol Nascente 24,8
SP TV 2ª Edição 27,8
Rock Story 27,2
Jornal Nacional 30,0
A Lei do Amor 31,3
Big Brother Brasil 26,8
Tela Quente: Meu Passado Me Condena 2 17,5
Jornal da Globo 9,0
Lendas do Amanhã 6,3
Corujão 1: A Filha do Meu Melhor Amigo (Parte 1) 5,7
Corujão 1: A Filha do Meu Melhor Amigo (Parte 2) 4,7
Corujão 2: Operação Fim de Jogo 4,3
Hora 1 6,7
Média do dia (7h/0h): 8,1
Balanço Geral Manhã 4,5
SP no Ar 6,8
Fala Brasil 6,9
Hoje em Dia 5,5
Balanço Geral SP (12:00 – 14:34) 8,7
Balanço Geral SP (14:39 – 15:00) 10,4
Amor e Intrigas 8,1
Vidas em Jogo 5,8
Cidade Alerta 8,5
A Escrava Isaura 10,8
A Terra Prometida 15,1
Jornal da Record 9,7
Programa do Porchat – Especial de Férias 4,1
CSI NY 2,5
Fala que Eu te Escuto 1,6
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 0,7
Média do dia (7h/0h): 6,5
Primeiro Impacto  3,2
Mundo Disney  4,4
Bom Dia e Cia 7,0
Clube do Chaves 6,9
Fofocalizando 5,9
Casos de Família 5,8
Rubi 5,6
Querida Inimiga 5,6
O Que a Vida me Roubou 5,4
SBT Brasil 7,2
Carinha de Anjo 11,3
Chiquititas 10,5
Programa do Ratinho 8,7
Máquina da Fama 5,3
The Noite 3,3
SBT Notícias 1 2,4
SBT Notícias 2 2,2
Média do dia (7h/0h): 2,6
Band News 0,6
Café com Jornal 0,9
Dia a Dia 0,8
Os Simpsons 1,1
Jogo Aberto 3,6
Os Donos da Bola 2,7
Game Phone 0,6
Brasil Urgente (rede) 4,4
Brasil Urgente (local) 4,7
Jornal da Band 5,4
Ezel 2,6
Polícia 24H – Melhores Momentos 1,0
Polícia 24H 2,5
Jornal da Noite 1,2
Os Simpsons 0,5
Elementar 0,3
Vídeos Incríveis 0,3
Média do dia (7h/0h): 0,7
Te Peguei 0,3
Tá Sabendo? 0,6
Melhor pra Você 0,8
A Tarde É Sua 2,2
Master Game 0,2
RedeTV! News 0,8
TV Fama 1,1
Superpop 1,3
Documento Verdade 0,8
Leitura Dinâmica 0,5
É Notícia 0,3

Fonte: Emissoras

Cada ponto equivale a 70.559 mil domicílios na Grande SP

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Ex St Johnstone star’s FFA Cup dreams

Ex-St Johnstone midfielder Kevin Moon in action for ECU Joondalup.
He was born in Perth, Scotland and is a St Johnstone favourite, but now Kevin Moon wants to make his mark in the Westfield FFA Cup with Perth, WA club ECU Joondalup.

Moon, 29, has moved to Perth in Western Australia to seek a fresh start in the PS4 National Premier Leagues.

The midfielder joins former St Johnstone teammate Gordon Smith at Joondalup and is about to enter his first full-season with the club as he looks to rediscover his joy for the game.

And Moon is already eyeing a Westfield FFA Cup run with the club that has been the breeding ground for a host of stars in the Hyundai A-League.

“Because we’re playing in the regional league the most we have to travel is about three hours, so that isn’t too bad,” Moon told the Scottish Sun newspaper.

“But we play in a cup competition [Westfield FFA Cup] as well and if we get through then we could end up anywhere playing against the A-League teams.

“That’s what we’re hoping for because it would be a great experience travelling across the country to play other teams from different regions.”

Kevin Moon. Pic courtesy of ECU Joondalup.As well as playing duties with Joondalup, Moon is also coaching the club’s U-11 side as he looks at completing his coaching badges.

“It’s really good, I’ve enjoyed it and I’ve decided it’s what I want to do when I finish playing,” said Moon of a career in management.

“Football is big in Australia now. They are focusing a lot on youth football and participation levels are really high.”

Moon, who joins former St Mirren and Perth Glory favourite Steven McGarry at ECU, played eight seasons with the St Johnstone before spending time at Alloa Athletic and then Raith Rovers.

But after leaving Raith in 2015, Moon was unable to find a contract and decided to take a year out of the game.

He says his decision to move to Australia has rekindled his love of the game.

“I really wasn’t enjoying it for a while, but being out made me realise how much I was missing it,” Moon admitted.

“I’m the fittest I’ve ever been in my life now. We played the other day in 36 degree heat, which was really hard going at first, but you get used to it after a while. I’m just glad to be playing again.

“It’s hard when you’re out, but thankfully I got this chance and I’ve been able to get back on track again.

Kevin Moon. Pic courtesy of ECU Joondalup.“It’s a great lifestyle here, it’s so much more chilled out and training in the sun makes a big difference. The standard is difficult to compare to back home because the game is far more technical here.

“We were challenging for the league last season and this year we’re hoping to give it a good crack. I think we’ll be there or thereabouts in the title race.”

*Pictures courtesy of Peter Simcox


Source : Football Federation Australia

Mile Jedinak is back but Aston Villa lose to Magpies

Mile Jedinak acknowledges Aston Villa supporters.

Caltex Socceroo skipper Mile Jedinak has made an impressive return from injury but couldn’t help his club Aston Villa who lost 2-0 to league-leaders Newcastle United in the Championship on Tuesday morning (AEDT).

After being sidelined for more than a month with a groin injury, Jedinak was rushed straight back into the Villa midfield for the clash at St James’ Park.

The 32-year-old played 71 minutes before being replaced by Albert Adomah as the visitors chased a way back into the contest.

Unfortunately for the Villans it wasn’t to be as a Yoan Gouffran effort just before the break followed by a Henri Lansbury own goal on the hour mark consigned them to a fifth straight league defeat for the first time in over 40 years.

Jedinak’s return is timely as Villa find themselves thrust into a relegation battle, now just six points from the drop zone heading into the last third of the season.

It’s also great news for the Caltex Socceroos with the crucial FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and UAE just over a month away.

Jedinak and Villa are next in action this weekend as they host promotion-chasing Derby County at Villa Park.


Source : Football Federation Australia

Kevin Muscat: James Troisi close to Caltex Socceroo return

James Troisi during Melbourne Victory's win over the Mariners on Sunday.

Monday, 20 February 2017

Staff writer

Melbourne Victory boss Kevin Muscat believes James Troisi’s best form is still to come as the playmaker edges closer to a Caltex Socceroos re-call next month.

Troisi’s superb form for Victory this season not only has the club chasing down Sydney FC for top spot in the Hyundai A-League but also on the verge of a call-up to Ange Postecoglou’s squad for the upcoming qualifiers against Iraq and UAE.

With attacking midfielder Tom Rogic unavailable through injury, the 28-year-old is seen by many as the ideal replacement for the crucial games away in neutral Tehran (March 23) and then back in Sydney five days later.

And it’s hard to argue given Troisi’s impact for Victory since his return from a collarbone injury early in the season.

The former Juventus man has scored five goals – including a cracker against the Mariners on Sunday – and provided six assists for the second-placed Victory.

“I still believe the best of James is yet to come. He’s been superb,” Muscat told the Herald Sun.


James Troisi“If he gets selected and is unavailable for Brisbane [March 25], I’ll be really happy for him.”

Troisi, the man who scored the winning goal in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup final, hasn’t featured for Australia since November 2015.

Caltex Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou added: “It’s good to see Jimmy doing well and particularly recent weeks he’s getting back to the levels we know he can.

“If he continues the form, then he’ll definitely be in contention, if not for March, certainly moving forward.”

Troisi gets another chance to press his claims for selection when Victory hosts Adelaide United on Saturday night.

Source : Football Federation Australia

Brisbane Roar and Muangthong United played out a 0-0 draw at Brisbane Stadium on Tuesday night

Brisbane Roar and Muangthong United played out a 0-0 draw at Brisbane Stadium on Tuesday night.

A weary Brisbane Roar have been forced to settle for a point after being held to a 0-0 draw against Thai outfit Muangthong United in their opening AFC Champions League clash on Tuesday night.

After a hectic schedule over the past month, Brisbane were stretched at times against their energetic opponents with keeper Jamie Young forced into some crucial interventions.

Muangthong started brightly and looked threatening in the opening period with Xisco and Adison Promrak forcing Young into a pair of superb reflex saves.

The hosts worked their way into the contest and went close to taking the lead just prior to the break with Nicholas D’Agostino’s strike pushed onto the post by Kawin Thamsatchanan.

The game opened up after the break and it was the visitors who created the better of the chances with Xisco wasting two clear-cut opportunities early in the second period.

Manuel Arana and Jack Hingert went close for the hosts in the second-half but failed to break the deadlock as both sides finished with a hard-earned point.


With his team under extreme pressure in the opening half, Roar keeper Jamie Young pulled off an incredible reflex save to keep the score locked at 0-0. Muangthong’s Adison Promrak looked certain to score with a point blank header before Young rose brilliantly to parry the ball over the bar.

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Source : Football Federation Australia