Definida sinopse principal da novela O Outro lado do Paraíso

Ouro e gemas Walcyr vai abrir “O Outro Lado do Paraíso” explorando o conflito de duas famílias, uma rica e outra mais humilde, em uma briga intensa por pedras preciosas raras e de grande valor. O elenco, muito forte, tem nomes como Fernanda Montenegro, Lima Duarte, Glória Pires, Grazi Massafera – como vilã, Sérgio Guizé, Bianca Bin e Rafael Cardoso, entre outros.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Globo fecha primeira bateria de trabalhos da próxima novela das nove

Até um pouco antes do previsto, a Globo deu a largada nos trabalhos de “O Outro Lado do Paraíso”, novela escrita por Walcyr Carrasco que vai substituir “A Força do Querer” no horário das 21h. O diretor artístico Mauro Mendonça Filho e sua equipe de diretores e principais produtores acabam de retornar do Tocantins, após pesquisar e definir todas as locações em Palmas e no Jalapão, cenário das primeiras gravações, no segundo semestre.

A ideia era iniciar a busca no começo de junho, mas, neste momento, já está tudo encaminhado, faltando agora apenas organizar o roteiro de gravações e cuidar da hospedagem de todos os envolvidos.

O título desta nova novela das nove deixa no ar que o Walcyr planeja investir na receita de folhetins tradicionais, coisa que o público do horário sempre demonstra aprovar sem restrições.

 Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Reinaldo Azevedo e rádio Bandeirantes estão em vias de anunciar acerto

O jornalista Reinaldo Azevedo, recém-saído de Veja e Jovem Pan, está em negociação bem avançada com a rádio Bandeirantes, do Grupo Band. Se tudo se confirmar, ele passará a comandar um programa nos mesmos moldes do “Pingos nos Is”, que apresentava , na Pan. Devem seguir com ele os produtores Clayton Ubinha e Roberto Furuya. A coluna procurou Reinaldo, mas ele ainda não respondeu. A assessoria da Band, procurada, ficou de consultar a alta direção, para depois passar uma posição oficial sobre o assunto. Nos bastidores da casa, no entanto, o assunto já deixou de ser segredo para vários dos seus setores. Como outra informação: Reinaldo e Johnny Saad marcaram novo encontro, que poderá ser decisivo para o assunto, hoje, 3 da tarde.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Consolidados Grande SP 24/05/2017

AUDIÊNCIAS DE 24/5/2017

Maior ibope da RedeTV!, Sonia Abrão é superada pelo TV Fama

REPRODUÇÃO/REDETV!

A apresentadora Sonia Abrão no programa A Casa É Sua, da RedeTV!, desta quarta-feira (24) - Reprodução/RedeTV!

A apresentadora Sonia Abrão no programa A Casa É Sua, da RedeTV!, desta quarta-feira (24)

REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 25/05/2017, às 12h33

O programa A Tarde É Sua, comumente responsável pelas maiores audiências da RedeTV! de segunda a sexta-feira, foi superado ontem (24) pelo TV Fama. A atração de Sonia Abrão marcou média de 1,6 ponto na Grande São Paulo, contra 1,7 das fofocas de Nelson Rubens e Flávia Noronha. Com um debate sobre transexualidade, inspirado pela personagem Ivana (Carol Duarte) de A Força do Querer, o Superpop empatou com o A Tarde É Sua

Média do dia (7h/0h): 16,3
Bom Dia São Paulo 10,1
Bom Dia Brasil 11,9
Mais Você 9,1
Bem Estar 8,1
Encontro 8,6
SP1 14,0
Globo Esporte 13,1
Jornal Hoje 13,1
Vídeo Show 10,3
Sessão da Tarde: Tudo É Possível 10,9
Senhora do Destino 15,2
Malhação 17,8
Novo Mundo 21,9
SP2 25,9
Rock Story 29,3
Jornal Nacional 29,9
A Força do Querer 30,3
Libertadores: Palmeiras x Atlético Tucumán 23,8
Profissão Repórter 12,2
Jornal da Globo  9,9
Conversa com Bial 6,1
Rush – Medicina Vip 5,1
Corujão: O Quinto Poder 4,2
Hora 1 5,9
Média do dia (7h/0h): 6,7
Balanço Geral Manhã 2,5
SP no Ar 4,8
Fala Brasil 5,6
Hoje em Dia 4,3
Balanço Geral SP (das 12h às 14h40) 6,9
Balanço Geral SP (das 14h44 às 15h) 7,3
Ribeirão do Tempo 5,6
Vidas em Jogo 5,2
Cidade Alerta 7,6
A Escrava Isaura 9,2
O Rico e Lázaro 10,1
Jornal da Record 9,2
Gugu 8,2
Programa do Porchat 4,6
Fala que Eu te Escuto 2,0
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 0,6
Média do dia (7h/0h): 5,9
Primeiro Impacto 2,8
Mundo Disney 3,4
Bom Dia e Cia 5,8
Clube do Chaves 6,3
Fofocalizando 5,2
Casos de Família 5,0
Rubi 6,0
No Limite da Paixão 5,8
O Que a Vida me Roubou 6,3
SBT Brasil 6,2
Carinha de Anjo 9,2
Chiquititas 10,0
Pra Ganhar É Só Rodar 8,9
Programa do Ratinho 6,8
The Noite 4,9
SBT Notícias 1 3,2
SBT Notícias 2 2,3
Média do dia (7h/0h): 2,9
Band News 0,7
Café com Jornal 1,4
Dia a Dia 0,8
Sempre Bem 0,5
Os Simpsons 0,8
Jogo Aberto 2,8
Os Donos da Bola 2,7
Game Phone 0,7
Brasil Urgente – rede 5,4
Brasil Urgente – local 6,0
Jornal da Band 5,7
Ezel 2,2
Os Simpsons 1,2
Cine Band: Um Tira da Pesada 2 3,6
Jornal da Noite 1,9
Os Simpsons 1,2
Copa do Mundo de Futebol Sub-20 – VT 0,9
The Walking Dead 0,5
Vídeos Incríveis 0,3
Média do dia (7h/0h): 0,6
Te Peguei? 0,2
Tá Sabendo? 0,5
Melhor pra Você 0,7
A Tarde É Sua 1,6
Master Game 0,1
Você na TV 0,3
RedeTV! News 0,7
TV Fama 1,7
Superpop 1,6
Leitura Dinâmica 0,5
Amaury Jr. 0,2

Fonte: Emissoras

Cada ponto equivale a 70.559 domicílios na Grande SP

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Sydney FC’s tribute to ‘unbelievable’ Liverpool

Liverpool outclassed Sydney FC 3-0 at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday night.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Aidan Ormond @AidotheFFAEd
Sydney FC striker Matt Simon admitted it was an eye-opening experience seeing Liverpool’s quality up close after the EPL side dismantled the Sky Blues 3-0 at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday night.

Despite arriving into Sydney from England some 11 hours before the game, the blistering Reds turned it on for the big crowd and were three goals up at the break.

The opening 45 minutes largely thanks to Steven Gerrard’s majestic midfield performance – the Reds legend out of retirement but clearly not out of shape at 36 years of age.

Though there were no more goals in the second half, there was only team in the contest played in front of almost 73,000 fans.

 

It was a great experience to come out against a world class side,” Simon, a second half substitute, told ABC TV.

Liverpool players celebrate one of their three first half goals in the win over Sydney FC.

The Reds’ technique, ball movement and rotations had a rusty Sydney on the back foot from the first whistle.

“You just can’t get close to them [Liverpool],” Simon added.

“They’re just unbelievable, watching them in the first half.

“So rapid and they even had a few more gears to go.

“To be on the same pitch as those guys [Liverpool] is a pleasure].”

Sydney FC certainly missed the class of imports Milos Ninkovic and Jordi Buijs, and were also without Filip Holosko and Bernie Ibini (both have left the club since Grand Final day).

Former Everton player David Carney hit the bar on the stroke of half-time to offer some hope for Sydney.

David Carney gets a rare shot away for the Sky Blues.Simon too with a late effort palmed away by Reds keeper Simon Mignolet.

Those two moments were the best it got for the Sky Blues who ended the game with about half of their outfield players from their youth ranks.

“It was good for the fans, I suppose, a good exhibition game,” Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold told reporters after the game.

“It’s good for our boys, the Australian kids especially, to come up against that quality.

“A lot of young boys haven’t played at international level and to play against that type of quality is a bit of a reality check.

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Brazilian Roberto Firmino adds a third goal for the Reds before the break.“You think you’re doing well, but then there’s still a long way to go until you get to the level of an English Premier League player.

“It’s been tough the last two weeks to keep the boys going after the grand final, but give them the credit for doing their best.

“It’s time for a holiday now.”

This article was originally published at: http://www.a-league.com.au/article/sydney-fcs-tribute-to-unbelievable-liverpool/1q386k9yfye2711poyutr1fbb6.

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Celebrating AFC Grassroots Football Day

Young footballers enjoying the ALDI Miniroos activities in Tasmania. Image: Solstice Photography.

Thursday, 25 May 2017

Staff writer
Two of Football Federation Australia’s Member Federations helped celebrate the AFC Grassroots Football Day through club and community programs last week.

May 15th each year marks the annual celebration of grassroots football across Asia with around 40 of the AFC’s Member Associations showing their support through running community events on the day.

Football West marked the occasion with an Asian Cup Finals themed competition at Fragrant Gardens Park in Mirrabooka. Children involved in their Common Goal programme were given an AFC Grassroots Football Day shirt and enjoyed the afternoon playing football as different Asian countries.

Football West’s Inclusive Development Officer Gordon Duus said the event was a fantastic opportunity to connect local community program participants with football players around the world.

AFC Community Day.

“All of the participants like to tell us where they came from and where they learnt to play the game,” he said. “Now they will be able to go home and tell their families they participated in an event along with thousands of other children throughout Asia.”

In Tasmania, Launceston United hosted around 100 MiniRoos kids in the AFC Grassroots themed festival. The kids enjoyed the football festival, scoring shots in the ALDI MiniRoos shooting target and even the challenge of a juggling competition.

“The number of children we got was fantastic I didn’t think we’d get so many. They have all said they had an absolute ball. Kids loved the shoot out and all of the different activities,” said Launceston United Female Development Officer, Jan van Asch.

These two events highlight some of the fantastic community work being conducted by our Member Federations and is a reminder why football is such a diverse and inclusive sport.

With the 2017 season ongoing, we hope everyone involved with the game is enjoying their football.

 

Source : Football Federation Australia

John utcho on his ‘disappointing’ split with CCM

Central Coast Mariners legend John Hutchinson.

John Hutchinson has revealed that Central Coast Mariners coach Paul Okon never spoke to him during his departure from the club where he spent 12 years.

The former Mariners skipper was an assistant coach under Okon’s predecessor Tony Walmsley and made a “mutual agreement” with Central Coast to depart the club in August on the same day the ex-Socceroos midfielder took over in Gosford.

Speaking to Goal in his first interview since beginning work as an assistant coach with the reserve team of MLS outfit Seattle Sounders, Hutchinson revealed his disappointment at the way he was discarded by the Mariners.

EXIT WAS ‘TOUGH’

“It was obviously tough. Once Tony got sacked and you know you’re in limbo land because a new coach is going to come in and not want you, and all that kind of stuff,” he said.

Former Mariners assistant coach and club great John Hutchinson on the training ground last season.“Once Okon got the job and I hadn’t spoken to him at all at that stage, you know you’re not going to keep your job anyway.

“I had myself prepared once Tony left I was going to lose my job. Okon didn’t speak to me at all the whole time.

“So in terms of that, that was really disappointing. To be at a club for 12 years and the head coach can’t even have a chat to you – that was really disappointing.”

Hutchinson still hopes to return to Gosford and coach the Mariners one day but concedes “I don’t really have much to do with them at the moment, which is sad”.

The former midfielder was a member of the Mariners’ inaugural squad and played 228 A-League matches, which makes him the club’s games record holder.

Mariners skipper John Hutchinson walks onto Central Coast Stadium for the final time.

NEW HORIZONS

After leaving Central Coast in August, Hutchinson traveled around the world on a professional development tour.

“Just to have a look about, see what other teams do and just see some different coaching styles and all that,” Hutchinson explained.

“So my first stop was actually Seattle and I came here because I’d made contact with Dave Tenney, who is the ‘S and C’ [strength and conditioning] guru here, and I came over for a week here.

“Went to Qatar as well, went to Hong Kong and then I emailed the [Sounders’] GM when they made the [2016 MLS Cup final] to wish them all the best and from there, they told me a coaching job was available. I applied for it, went through the interview process and got the job.”

The Gippsland-born coach is relishing his time in the Pacific Northwest, with S2 sitting fifth in the USL’s Western Conference after 10 games.

“It’s an incredible football club, a wonderful club. It’s run so well. It’s highly professional; the training facilities are really good,” Hutchinson said.

John Hutchinson.The 37-year-old added: “I think Australia needs [a professional second division] desperately… so we can keep players in Australia, and they can stay there and become better footballers and the coaches don’t have to go hunting around the world looking for jobs.

“I’m enjoying my time, though, here. I wouldn’t want it any other way.”

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