Flávio Ricco elogia a TV Bandeirantes por transmitir a Copa das Confederações de 2017

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Quintal de casa Independentemente de o Brasil não estar lá, é um trabalho de gente grande a transmissão da Copa das Confederações, na Rússia, pelo SporTV.

Foi para lá com alguns dos seus grandes profissionais, oferecendo uma cobertura digna do melhor dos reconhecimentos.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Flávio Ricco critica os pastores que prometem curas impossíveis de obter

 

Vai que vai Num país como o nosso, com o sistema de saúde à beira da falência, as promessas e encenações de cura divulgadas nesses programas, com toda certeza, continuam a causar estragos irreparáveis na vida de muitas pessoas. Quantas não chegaram a óbito?

O mais surpreendente é que ninguém toma providência.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Depois do rádio, programas religiosos dominam a televisão

Aquilo que se temia, de que um dia a televisão pudesse chegar ao lastimável estado do rádio, veio a se transformar na mais triste realidade.

Hoje, aquele que se serve apenas dos conversores para receber o sinal digital, especialmente em centros onde o analógico já foi desligado, depara-se com uma quantidade igual à das emissoras de AM e FM em se tratando de programação religiosa.

E a maioria, funcionando como um grande comércio a céu aberto, vendendo a palavra de Deus, através de artifícios como Carnê da Semeadura, Carnê da Fé, todos com fartas promessas e falsas encenações de milagres e curas, explorando impunemente a boa-fé das pessoas.

Um sistema de dominação que parece não ter fim, abençoado pela frouxidão das leis e autoridades, que apenas tentam tirar proveitos próprios e políticos dessas diversas bandeiras religiosas.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Ex-“Legendários” estreia game show no Esporte Interativo

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Felipe Solari é a novidade dos canais Esporte Interativo, a partir desta terça-feira, 20h, no comando do “Fanáticos 2”, game show com duplas de torcedores que precisam provar que sabem tudo dos seus times do coração.

Na primeira edição, com Octávio Neto e Mariana Fontes,o programa foi vencido por torcedores do Bahia e atingiu números no Twitter, na final, que superaram o “The Voice Kids”, realizado na mesma semana.

Agora, todos os participantes ficarão reunidos na mesma casa, no Rio, e as interações fora dos estúdios também serão registradas, para dar um ar de “reality show” para o programa.

Na edição de hoje, o Solari vai anunciar as duplas participantes .

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Silvio Santos adianta gravações para sair de férias com a família

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Silvio Santos, na medida do possível, está antecipando alguns compromissos e adiantando as gravações do seu programa.

Tudo porque, durante quase todo o mês de julho, ele estará em férias com a família.

Por tabela, isso praticamente joga uma pá de cal nos planos de ressuscitar o “Show do Milhão” no segundo semestre.

O movimento em relação ao programa é praticamente nenhum no SBT, limitando-se apenas ao trabalho de inscrições.

A não ser que, na volta, o dono resolva colocar no ar sem aviso, para pegar a concorrência de surpresa.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Caltex Socceroos gloveman’s brush with ‘Aussie Kim’

Mat Ryan says he, like the Caltex Socceroos side, is far from the finished article right now.

It’s not every footballer who can say they’ve hit a few winners past a Grand Slam tennis champion. But Mat Ryan can claim that honour.

MAKING A RACKET

The Caltex Socceroos goalkeeper was a handy tennis player in his youth and met four-time Grand Slam winner Kim Clijsters during his time in Belgium.

Ryan’s coach at Club Brugge was an ex-team-mate of Clijsters’ father and introduced the pair who struck up a friendship on social media.

“When I went to Genk on loan she must have seen it in the media and we started chatting again,” Ryan told www.socceroos.com.au.

“I even had a hit with her, it was great fun.

“I like to think I’m a bit of a natural and even though I was a bit rusty I went out there and hit a few balls and a couple of winners against her. “I’ve always got that in my locker now and can remind people that I hit a few winners against a Grand Slam champion! “She’s a lovely person, very kind, and we’re still in contact now,” he said. Video: Caltex Socceroos’ video banter

CONFEDS CUP CAN BE A LEARNING CURVE

At just 25 years old, Ryan has played 33 times for his country, making him easily the most experienced goalkeeper in Australia’s Confederations Cup squad. Mitch Langerak has made just eight appearances for the Caltex Socceroos while Sydney FC custodian Danny Vukovic is uncapped. But fresh from signing a five-year deal with newly promoted English Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion, Ryan believes he’s nowhere near the finished article.

“You’re always continuing to learn,” he said. “I’ve got more experience under my belt playing big opposition, bigger teams, big individuals. “It’s only going to help me and – other players who have been in the same boat – this time around in these sorts of tournaments. “We’ve had the success of the Asian Cup and while we weren’t playing the big teams of Europe or South America, it was still obviously a very competitive tournament. “As a reward for winning that we find ourselves in this situation now where we’re playing some big teams. “We’re keen as a team to go out there and show the progression we’ve made since the World Cup and the games we’ve played against these sorts of teams post World Cup.

TIME TOGETHER CAN REAP REWARDS As important as the quality games the Caltex Socceroos will play in Russia is the time the team will spend together ahead of crucial World Cup qualifiers later in 2017. Australia visits Japan on August 31 before hosting Thailand six days later. “Common sense will tell you the more time you spend together as a unit, the more you understand yourselves as a team and the individuals in the team,” said Ryan. “You get more accustomed to the philosophies of the game plan and what the coaching staff want from you. “We’re eager to show Australia and the world that we can make some noise against this sort of opposition at big tournaments like this. “There’s all to play for here and hopefully at the World Cup next year.

RYAN’S CRUCIAL ROOS ROLE

While goalkeeping can sometimes seem like a lonely proposition, Ryan insists that’s not the case.

“What the coaching staff ask of the goalkeeper in this team is to be very high and very engaged with the team,” he explained.

“We always say our first defender is our striker and our first attacker is our goalkeeper.

“There’s a lot of involvement on a personal level for the goalkeeper, whether it’s me or one of the other guys who are going to be playing.

 

“Like any player, you need to be present, you need to be switched on and ready to contribute to the team.

“Being a goalkeeper is no different,” he added.

TIMMY NO TENNIS TYRO

And while there won’t be much time for tennis in Russia, Ryan would be happy to take on all-comers in the Caltex Socceroos side if the opportunity arises.

But he clearly doesn’t rate the form of team-mate Timmy Cahill.

“Timmy’s got a court in his backyard in Melbourne but he’s not too handy with a racket I don’t think,” Ryan said.

“His hand-eye coordination isn’t as good as his feet or his head!”

 

Source  :  Football Federation Australia

Veteran Caltex Socceroo Mark Milligan taking it all in his stride

Caltex Socceroos beaten by Germany

With experience, comes relaxation. While some in the Caltex Socceroos are burning plenty of nervous energy ahead of their next Confederations Cup clash against Cameroon on Friday (AEST), one man has seen it all before.

And for Mark Milligan – a veteran of eleven years in the international set-up – the benefit of experience is shining through.

NO MORE NERVES FOR MILLSY

“I’m a lot more relaxed now,” revealed Milligan.

“When you’re not as nervous about the upcoming game you’re able to take in the information leading into a match much better.

“I know what I’m going to give performance-wise and the standard I’ll [reach] when I go out on the pitch so I can focus on other areas, like the tactical side of things.

“The game is a lot more tactical now and it’s changing a lot so from a personal space you just prepare better because there’s not as much of that nervous energy.

“When you walk out on the pitch, you still feel that to a degree, but as you get older you know what to expect from yourself in the consistency and mentality side of things, which makes it easier,” he said.

MESHING NEW FACES WITH OLD

Of the current squad, only Tim Cahill has appeared more often for Australia than Milligan.

And the 31-year old midfield anchor is keen to make life easy for the new players to the Caltex Socceroos set-up.

“The most important thing with the young guys coming in is that they feel comfortable and part of the group,” said Milligan.

“We sit down for three meals a day and you’ll often have them at your table, so being able to involve them as soon as they come in and make them feel at home is most important.

“When players are comfortable in their environment, they play better.

“This group has been wonderful – we’ve had a lot of new players come in over the last couple of years since Ange has been involved and we’ve worked really hard to create an environment where new players can slot straight in.”

MATCHING IT WITH THE BEST

After three World Cup campaigns – the last in 2014 ruined by injury – Milligan is looking forward to another major FIFA tournament in Russia.

“It’s a massive challenge – we’re playing three very good sides and three very different sides.

“It’s a very good test, but it’s one this group is up to.

“We’ve always said that we want to be able to compete with the best in the world.

“This is the first chance since the last World Cup to be on that stage again and to show what we’ve learnt over the last few years,” he said.

Caltex Socceroos skipper Mark Milligan tries to urge his side on in the second half.

Source  :  Football Federation Australia