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V. Setúbal 1 – 4 Sp. Braga Março 7, 2005

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Braga desforra-se da eliminação na Taça

No encerramento da jornada 24 o Braga foi a Setúbal vencer categoricamente 1-4 (0-2 ao intervalo) e ascendeu ao 3º. lugar da classificação a apenas dois pontos dos comandantes e ultrapassando o Sporting.

V. SETÚBAL – Marco Tábuas; Éder, Auri, Hugo Alcântara, Veríssimo, Bruno Ribeiro, Sandro, Puma, Manuel José, Meyong e Igor.

SP. BRAGA – Paulo Santos; Abel, Paulo Jorge, Nem, Jorge Luiz, Andrés Madrid, Jaime, João Alves, Leonardo, João Tomás e Wender.

A equipa do Vitória apresentava-se desfalcada de alguns jogadores importantes, entre os quais Jorginho e Bruno Morais e as alterações feitas na equipa não surtiram o efeito desejado. Um golo marcado logo aos 6′ facilitou a tarefa dos bracarenses

Jaime (6′), João Tomás (37′), Barroso 60′ (de livre) e Paulo Sérgio(90′)marcaram pelo Braga, Igor havia reduzido para 1-2 aos 51′.

A arbitragem de Elmano Santos foi irregular.

A classificação ficou asim ordenada
1ºs. Porto e Benfica 45
3º. Sp. Braga 44
4º. Sporting 42
5º. Boavista 41
6º. Rio Ave 36

últimos lugares:
13ºs Penafiel e Moreirense 24
15ºs Gil Vicente e Estoril 23
17º. Académica 21
18º. Beira Mar 20

 

Processo Simão Sabrosa arquivado

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Justiça nunca agrada a Gregos e a Troianos

A Comissão Disciplinar concluiu pela não punição de Simão Sabrosa no caso do processo sumaríssimo. Obviamente a medida agradou a uns e desagradou a outros. Curiosa é a reacção pública do Gil Vicente “há dois pesos e duas medidas”. A nossa opinião já foi dada em comentários anteriores sobre o caso.
 

On this day in History – Mar. 07

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  • 0322 BC – The Greek philosopher Aristotle dies.
  • 0161 – On the death of Antoninus at Lorium, Marcus Aurelius becomes emperor.
  • 1138 – Conrad II von Hohenstaufen re-elected German king.
  • 1274 – Thomas Aquinas,(born about 1225). Italian thelogian/saint who achieved fame writing commentaries on Aristotle. He was a rationalist, who upheld reason as the appropriate method to extend human knowledge.
  • 1573 – Turkey & Venice signs peace treaty .
  • 1625 – Johann Bayer dies (b.1572).German astronomer whose book Uranometria (1603) promulgated a system of identifying all stars visible to the naked eye.
  • 1693 – Pope Clement XIII was born (d. 1769)
  • 1707 – Stephen Hopkins, was born, signer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • 1724 – Innocent XIII [Michelangiolo dei Conti], Pope (1721-24), dies at 68.
  • 1746 – André Michaux, was born, French botanist (d. 1802)
  • 1761 – Criação do Real Colégio dos Nobres, aberto 5 anos depois .
  • 1774 – The British close the port of Boston to all commerce.
  • 1777 – Perdão régio concedido aos marqueses de Távora e de Alorna.
  • 1785 – Alessandro Manzoni, poet, novelist (Betrothed), was born in Italy.
  • 1792 – John Herschel, mathematician, astronomer (d. 1871)
  • 1797 – Bocage é transferido da prisão do Limoeiro para a prisão da Inquisição, sendo em 1798 transferido para o Mosteiro de São Bento da Saúde.
  • 1799 – In Palestine, Napoleon captures Jaffa and his men massacre more than 2,000 Albanian prisoners.
  • 1808 – Portugal’s regent Dom Juan IV arrives in Rio De Janeiro .
  • 1838 – Soprano Jenny Lind (“the Swedish Nightingale”) makes her debut in Weber’s opera Der Freischultz.
  • 1841 – Olegario Víctor Andrade was born Argentina, poet (El nido de cóndores)
  • 1847 – U.S. General Winfield Scott occupies Vera Cruz, Mexico.
  • 1848 – In Hawaii, the Great Mahele was signed.
  • 1849 – Luther Burbank was born in Lancaster, Mass. (d. 1926), American Horticulturist.
  • 1849 – The Austrian Reichstag is dissolved.
  • 1850 – Daniel Webster gave a three-hour speech endorsing the Compromise of 1850.
  • 1854 – Charles Miller received a patent for the sewing machine that stitches buttonholes.
  • 1857 – Arthur Rudolf Hantzsch was born (d. 14 Mar 1935). German chemist who won fame at the age of 25 for devising the synthesis of substituted pyridines .
  • 1857 – Julius Wagner-Jauregg was born (d. 27 Sep 1940). Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist whose made the first use of a shock therapy. He awarded the 1927 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
  • 1862 – Confederate forces surprise the Union army at the Battle of Pea Ridge, in Arkansas, but the Union is victorious.
  • 1872 – Piet Mondrian, Dutch abstract painter, leader of the movement known as “de Stijl.”
  • 1875 – Maurice Ravel, was born in Cibourne, France, composer (“Bolero”).
  • 1876 – Alexander Graham Bell is granted a patent for the telephone.
  • 1878 – Nasceu no Porto o poeta, contista e dramaturgo português António Patrício(m. 1930)
  • 1887 – Helen Parkhurst, was born, educator, developed a technique later known as the Dalton Plan.
  • 1900 – Giuseppe Capogrossi, was born, Italian painter.
  • 1900 – Em Lisboa, no Campo Mártires da Pátria, foi inaugurada a estátua a Sousa Martins, pelo Rei D. Carlos.
  • 1904 – The Japanese bomb the Russian town of Vladivostok.
  • 1904 – Reinhard Heydrich, was born, German SS leader and architect of the “Final Solution.”
  • 1906 – Finland becomes the first country to give women the right to vote, decreeing universal suffrage for all citizens over 24, however, barring those persons who are supported by the state.
  • 1907 – Rolf Jacobsen,was born, Norwegian poet.
  • 1908 – Anna Magnani,was born, Italian actress.
  • 1912 – Roald Amundsen announces discovery of the South Pole.
  • 1912 – French aviator, Heri Seimet flies non-stop from London to Paris in three hours.
  • 1918 – Finland signs an alliance treaty with Germany.
  • 1925 – The Soviet Red Army occupies Outer Mongolia.
  • 1927 – A Texas law that bans Negroes from voting is ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
  • 1933 – The board game Monopoly is invented by Charles Darrow.
  • 1933 – The film King Kong premieres in New York City.
  • 1935 – Malcolm Campbell sets an auto speed record of 276.8 mph in Florida.
  • 1936 – Hitler sends German troops into the Rhineland, violating the Locarno Pact.
  • 1938 – David Baltimore was born. American virologist who, at the age of 37, shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1975 with Howard M. Temin and Renato Dulbecco.
  • 1938 – Janet Guthrie was born. Automobile racer.
  • 1942 – Michael Eisner was born, businessman. President of The Walt Disney Company
  • 1942 – Japanese troops land on New Guinea.
  • 1945 – During World War II, U.S. troops crossed the bridge at Remagen, the first incursion into Germany by Allied forces.
  • 1945 – In Yugoslavia the Communist government of Tito formed.
  • 1951 – U.N. forces in Korea under General Matthew Ridgeway launch Operation Ripper, an offensive to straighten out the U.N. front lines against the Chinese.
  • 1954 – Russia wins title in their 1st international ice hockey competition Russia defeated anada 7-2 to capture the world ice-hockey title in Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1955 – 7th Emmy Awards: Make Room for Daddy, Danny Thomas and Loretta Young .
  • 1957 – Início das emissões regulares de televisão em Portugal.
  • 1960 – Ivan Lendl, was born, Czech tennis player Australian Open [1989,1983,1990], French Open [1984, 1986, 1987], U.S. Open [1985, 1986, 1987]) .
  • 1965 – Christian-democrats win parliament in Chile .
  • 1968 – The Battle of Saigon, begun on the day of the Tet Offensive, ends.
  • 1971 – Rachel Weisz was born .
  • 1971 – A thousand U.S. planes bomb Cambodia and Laos.
  • 1974 – Hufo Ferreirawas born in Luanda, musician, singer (Tantric).
  • 1976 – Morocco and Mauretania break diplomatic relations with Algeria .
  • 1977 – Ali Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party wins elections .
  • 1979 – Voyager 1 reaches Jupiter.
  • 1979 – Guiomar Novaes, pianist (Brazilian Order of Merit), dies at 84 .
  • 1980 – Laura Prepon was born, actress .
  • 1980 – Os emissores a cores da RTP são inaugurados.
  • 1984 – A Comissão dos Direitos do Homem da ONU condena a Indonésia pela ocupação de Timor-Leste.
  • 1985 – The song “We Are the World”, from the album of the same name, was played on the radio for the first time. Forty-five of pop music’s top stars had gathered together to combine their talents to record the music of Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson.
  • 1987 – Mike Tyson became the youngest heavyweight titleholder when he beat James Smith in a decision during a 12-round fight in Las Vegas, NV.
  • 1989 – Iran broke off diplomatic relations with Britain over Salman Rushdie’s novel Satanic Verses.
  • 1994 – In Moldova, a referendum was rejected by 90% of voters to form a union with Rumania.
  • 1994 – Charles Taylor resigns as President of Liberia .
  • 1999 – Stanley Kubrick,dies in Hertfordshire, England (b. 1928), film director (“Dr. Strangelove,” “A Clockwork Orange” and “2001: A Space Odyssey,”).
  • 1999 – In El Salvador, Francisco Flores Pérez of the ruling Nationalist Republican Alliance (Arena) was elected president.
  • 2001 – In Israel Ariel Sharon took office as the nation’s 11th Prime Minister. He insisted that Palestinians must reduce violence before he would resume negotiations for peace.
  • 2002 – Venezuela sent some 2,000 troops to its border with Colombia to block fleeing rebels .
  • 2002 – A federal judge awarded Anna Nicole Smith more than $88 million in damages. The ruling was the latest in a legal battle over the estate of Smith’s late husband, J. Howard Marshall II.
  • 2002 – Opening of The IX Paralympics Winter Games in Salt Lake City,Utah,USA.
  • 2003 – Jose Marcio Ayres (49), Brazilian biologist and senior Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) biologist, died in NYC. In 1996 he set up the Mamiraua Sustainable Development Reserve to protect a 4,300 square-mile area of the Amazon rain forest.
  • 2004 – In Greece Costas Karamanlis (47) led the New Democracy party over former Foreign Minister George Papandreou’s Socialists 45.4 percent to 40.6 percent. The result gave New Democracy 165 seats in the 300-member parliament. The Socialists (Pasok) received 117 seats, Greece’s Communist Party got 12 and the Coalition of the Radical Left won six.