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Portuguese League – Matchday 10 – Novembro 6, 2005

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-10th Matchday –
4 Nov 21:00 Sporting

2 – 1 União de Leiria
5 Nov 17:15 Marítimo 1 – 0 Braga
5 Nov 21:30 Belenenses 1 – 1 Boavista
6 Nov 16:00 Vitória de Setúbal 1 – 0 Estrela da Amadora
6 Nov 16:00 Gil Vicente 2 – 2 Penafiel
6 Nov 16:00 Nacional 2 – 0 Naval 1º. de Maio
6 Nov 19:15 Benfica 2 – 2 Rio Ave
6 Nov 21:15 Paços de Ferreira 0 – 1 Porto
7 Nov 20:30 Académica ? – ? Vitória de Guimarães
Place Club Points Goals
1. Sp. Braga 23 10-2
2. FC Porto 21 13-6
3. Nacional 21 12-4
4. Benfica 18 17-9
5. Vitória de Setúbal 17 6-3
5. Sporting 17 14-14
7. Boavista 15 15-10
7. Rio Ave 15 15-14
9. Paços de Ferreira 13 11-14
10. Marítimo 11 12-13
10. União de Leiria 11 11-13
10. Naval 1º. Maio 11 12-12
10.

Gil Vicente

11 9-13
14. Belenenses 10 13-15
15. Estrela da Amadora 9 8-12
16. Académica (*) 8 8-11
17. Vit. de Guimarães (*) 7 5-14
18. Penafiel 6 8-18

(*) Académica e Vitória de Guimarães têm um jogo a menos, defrontando-se amanhã.

Comentário: Porto e Sporting venceram, Benfica empatou e Braga perdeu pela 1a. vez. O Nacional não descola da frente derrotando, muito embora em casa a Naval que na semana passada travara o Benfica. O Marítimo merece destaque por ter imposto o primeiro desaire ao Braga e revelando uma melhoria substancial depois da mudança de treinador (ainda não perdeu desde então). O Boavista depois de empatar em casa frente ao Sporting (esteve a perder por 2-0) voltou a empatar e de novo a recuperar no marcador. De destacar também depois de um ponto em sete jogos, a série de três jogos sem perder do Penafiel: dois empates fora e uma vitoria caseira, que não o tirando do último lugar permitiu a colagem ao “pelotão” quando antes o carro vassoura estava ali mesmo nos calcanhares.

Destaque forte e pela negativa para as péssimas arbitragens. Casos graves em todos o jogos a que assistimos, sendo absolutamente inacreditável o que aconteceu em Alvalade como na crónica do jogo anunciámos.

Na próxima jornada ainda longínqua – só no fim de semana de 20 de Nov- destaque para o Braga- Benfica, enquanto o Porto recebe a Académica e o Sporting vai a Penafiel.

 

Porto a um passo da liderança

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P. de Ferreira 0 – 1 Porto

O FC do Porto com conhecimento prévio da derrota do líder Braga (ontem) e do empate caseiro hoje (imediatamente antes do jogo começar) entrou no jogo determinado a ganhar cedo vantagem e a verdade é que o conseguiu aos 11′ por Quaresma com um remate na zona frontal à entrada da área a concluir cruzamento atrasasdo da esquerda de Ibson, com a bola a passar pela defensiva pacense, guarda-redes incluído. Mas já antes Lisandro Lopez podia ter marcado. Foram vinte minutos de domínio dos portistas.

Com a vantagem adquirida e terminado o gás inicial o jogo decorreu sem grandes motivos de interesse. O Paços de Ferreira em certos momentos equilibrou o jogo mas raramente se acercou da área portista e o Porto manifestando mais domínio do meio campo também não pareceu muito motivado em aumentar a vantagem, retirando Co Adriaanse, na parte final, Hugo Almeida para entrar Jorginho.

Não pretendemos ser acusados de ser cáusticos perante os árbitros, mas também neste jogo houve dois erros graves. Na primeira parte, aos 24′ César Peixoto em plena área não domina bem a bola que bate no corpo de Pepe e depois mete a mão esquerda à bola. Penalty que ficou por asinalar. Na 2ª. parte o Porto conseguiu fazer o segundo golo aos 55′ por Hugo Almeida, depois de assistencia de Ibson e o árbitro assistente a assinalar (mal) fora de jogo inexistente.

Ficha do Jogo:
Estádio da Mata Real, Paços de Ferreira

Árbitro: Pedro Proença, de Lisboa

PAÇOS FERREIRA: Peçanha; Primo, Geraldo, Luiz Carlos e Fredy (Rui Dolores, 82m) Pedrinha e Paulo Sousa; Edson, Edinho (Ronny, 62m) e Didi

FC PORTO: Vítor Baía; Bosingwa, Pedro Emanuel, Pepe e César Peixoto; Ibson (Raul Meireles, 91m), Lucho Gonzalez e Paulo Assunção; Quaresma (Alan, 84m), Hugo Almeida (Jorginho, 73m) e Lisandro Lopez

Disciplina: Amarelos a Pedro Emanuel (40m), Edson (70m), Quaresma (74m), César Peixoto (87m), Lisandro Lopez (90m) e Raul Meireles (93m).

 

Benfica vai em terceiro jogo seguido sem ganhar

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Benfica 2 – 2 Rio Ave

Mais um resultado falseado…

Em jornada desastrada para a arbitragem começamos infelizmente mais uma vez por esta. Um juiz de linha que assinala dois foras de jogo inexistentes a jogadores do Benfica, não marcou um fora de jogo claro a Gaúcho que fez a assistência para o 2º. golo do Rio Ave. Depois em termos disciplinares a arbitragem foi inacreditável. Só dois amarelos e um por protestos. Não houve amarelo no livre (não seria penalty?) que deu o primeiro golo do Benfica. Não houve amarelo a Idalécio sobre Mantorras no livre que deu o segundo golo. Ainda na primeira parte, num livre Idalécio na barreira cortou a bola com o braço – não foi livre, nem levou amarelo. Em tempo de descontos, o mesmo Idalécio faz falta sobre Nuno Assis que o árbitro auxiliar marca, mas nada de amarelos… Bem, se acham que isto é pouco!…

Quanto ao jogo este é marcado sem dúvida pela ausência de Simão, as opções de Koeman e pela presença de Rui Nereu. O Benfica andou sempre a correr atrás do prejuízo. Pouca capacidade de organização ofensiva dos lances por parte do Benfica e grande intranquilidade (desconfiança?) dos defesas que não poucas vezes não deixaram o guarda-redes intervir preferindo aliviar de qualquer maneira. Foi assim aliás no lance que precedeu o 2º. golo do Rio Ave, com um canto consentido, quando a intervenção era da competencia de Nereu.

O Rio Ave foi uma equipa bem organizada com uma defesa alta e mostrou mais cabeça fria do que os locais. Mas da segunda vez beneficiou da vantagem no marcador concedida pela equipa de arbitragem e que perturbou e de que maneira a equipa do Benfica.

A salvação da derrota foi Petit, mas em tempos de desconto o Rio Ave esteve quase a ganhar por Evandro a rematar ao lado de cabeça quando teve tudo para fazer golo.

Ficha de jogo:
Árbitro: Paulo Pereira, de Viana do Castelo.

Benfica: Rui Nereu, Nelson, Luisão, Ricardo Rocha, Leo, Petit, Beto, João Pereira (Mantorras, 66), Geovanni (Nuno Assis, 75), Karagounis (Karyaka, 58) e Nuno Gomes.

Rio Ave: Mora, Zé Gomes, Idalécio, Danielson, Milhazes, Mozer, Niquinha, Delson (Marquinhos, 75), Cleiton, Chidi (Evandro, 75) e Gaúcho (Keita, 89).

Golos: 0 -1 24′ por Cleiton após cruzamento da direita de Zé Goomes que se desenvencilhou de dois adversários; 1-1 Petit aos 31′ na marcação de um livre directo com a bola desviada na barreira por Niquinha; 1-2 aos 55′ Cruzamento da esquerda com Gaúcho em posição ilegal a assistir Chidi que fez o golo; 2-2 Outra vez Petit de livre directo aos 85′.

Disciplina: cartão amarelo para Mozer (52) e Evandro (87).

 

Soneto – Sophia de Mello Breiner Andresen

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Esperança e desespero de alimento
Me servem neste dia em que te espero
E já não sei se quero ou se não quero
Tão longe de razões é meu tormento

Mas como usar amor de entendimento?
Daquilo que te peço desespero
Ainda que mo dês – pois o que eu quero
Ninguém o dá senão por um momento.

Mas como é belo, amor, de não durares,
De ser tão breve e fundo o teu engano,
E de eu te possuir sem tu te dares.

Amor perfeito dado a um ser humano:
Também morre o florir de mil pomares
E se quebram as ondas no oceano.

Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen (n. Porto 6 Nov 1919; m. Lisboa, 2 Jul 2004)
in Poemas Escolhidos, Círculo de Leitores

 

On this day in History – Nov. 06

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1231 – Emperor Tsuchimikado of Japan dies (b. 1196)
1391 – Edmund de Mortimer was born (d. 1425). 5th Earl of March, English politician
1406 – Pope Innocent VII dies
1430 – Henrique VI is crowned
1479 – Joanna of Castile was born (d. 1555). Queen of Philip I of Castile
1492 – Antoine Busnois dies. French composer
1494 – Suleiman the Magnificent was born (d. 1566). Ottoman Sultan
1510 – John Caius was born (d. 1573). English physician
1528 – Shipwrecked Spanish conquistador Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca becomes the first known European to set foot on Texas.
1550 – Ulrich, Duke of Württemberg dies (b. 1487)
1656 – King João IV de Portugal dies (b. 1603)
1661 – King Charles II of Spain was born (d. 1700)
1692 – Louis Racine was born (d. 1763). French poet
1692 – Gédéon Tallemant des Réaux dies (b. 1619). French writer
1752 – Ralph Erskine dies (b. 1685). Scottish minister.
1771 – John Bevis dies (b. 1695). English physician and astronomer.
1777 – Bernard de Jussieu dies (B. 17 Aug 1699). French botanist.
1789 – Pope Pius VI appoints Father John Carroll as the first Roman Catholic bishop in the United States.
1796 – Catherine II of Russia dies (b. 1729)
1804 – Nuno José Severo de Mendonça Rolim de Moura Barreto was born (d. 1875). Portuguese politician
1814 – Adolphe Sax was born (d. († 4 Feb 1894). Belgian inventor of saxophone
1816 – Gouverneur Morris dies (b. 1752). American lawmaker and diplomat.
1817 – D. Pedro I (D. Pedro IV of Portugal) and Empress Leopoldina marriage.
1833 – Jonas Lie was born (d. 1908). Norwegian author.
1835 – Cesare Lombroso was born. Italian antropologist.
1836 – Portugal: Criação do município de Paços de Ferreira
1836 – King Charles X of France dies (b. 1757)
1836 – Bento Gonçalves is aclaimed President of the proclaimd “República Farroupilha”
1841 – Nelson W. Aldrich was born (d. 1915). U.S. Senator from Rhode Island
1844 – The first constitution of the Dominican Republic was adopted.
1846 – Karol Marcinkowski dies (b. 1800). Polish physician and social activist.
1851 – Charles Dow was born (d. 1902). American journalist and economist
1854 – John Philip Sousa was born († 6 Mar 1932). American composer
1855 – Ezra Seymour Gosney was born (d. 1942). American philanthropist and eugenicist
1860 – Ignace Paderewski was born (d. 1941). Polish pianist, composer, and President of Poland
1860 – U.S. presidential election, 1860: Abraham Lincoln is elected as the 16th President of the United States, the first Republican to hold that office.
1861 – American Civil War: Jefferson Davis is elected president of the Confederate States of America.
1861 – James Naismith was born (d. 1939). Canadian inventor of basketball
1869 – In New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University defeats Princeton University, 6-4, in the first official intercollegiate American football game .
1873 – The Halifax Rugby Club is formed.
1880 – Robert Musil was born (d. 1942). Austrian novelist.
1881 – Nascimento Fernandes was born in Faro. Portuguese actor.
1887 – Walter Johnson was born (d. 1946). Baseball player
1888 – U.S. presidential election, 1888: Democrat incumbent Grover Cleveland wins the overall popular vote, but is voted out of office because he loses in the Electoral College to Republican challenger Benjamin Harrison.
1889 – Eiffel Tower in Paris is inaugurated.
1892 – Harold Ross was born (d. 1951). American editor
1893 – Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky dies (b. 1840). Russian composer.
1900 – U.S. presidential election, 1900: Republican incumbent William McKinley is reelected by defeating Democrat challenger William Jennings Bryan.
1907 – Delfim Santos was born (d. 1966). Portuguese thinker, philosopher.
1910 – Giuseppe Cesare Abba dies (b. 1838). Italian patriot and writer.
1913 – Mohandas Gandhi is arrested while leading a march of Indian miners in South Africa.
1914 – Jonathan Harris was born (d. 2002). American actor
1916 – Ray Conniff was born (d. 2002). American composer and conductor.
1917 – World War I: Third Battle of Ypres ends: After three months of fierce fighting, Canadian forces take Ypres in Belgium.
1917 – October Revolution begins in Russia
1918 – The Second Polish Republic is proclaimed in Poland.
1919 – Sophia de Mello Breyner was born (d. 2004). Portuguese poetess and writer
1921 – James Jones was born (d. 1977). American writer.
1925 – Khai Dinh dies. Emperor of Vietnam
1928 – Swedes start a tradition of eating Gustavus Adolphus pastries to commemorate the king.
1928 – U.S. presidential election, 1928: Republican Herbert Hoover wins by a wide margin over Democrat Alfred E. Smith.
1929 – Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro dies in Lisbon (b. 21 Nov 1857). Portuguese painter.
1931 – Mike Nichols was born. German director
1935 – Before the New York section of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Edwin Armstrong presents his paper “A Method of Reducing Disturbances in Radio Signaling by a System of Frequency Modulation” (see: FM radio).
1938 – Mack Jones was born (d. 2004). Baseball player
1938 – P.J. Proby was born. Texas-born, England-based singer and actor
1939 – Michael Schwerner was born (d. 1964). American civil rights activist
1939 – World War II: Sonderaktion Krakau
1939 – The Hedda Hopper Show debuts with Hollywood gossip Hedda Hopper as host. The show would until 1951, making Hopper a powerful figure in the Hollywood elite.
1941 – World War II: Soviet leader Joseph Stalin addresses the Soviet Union for only the second time during his three-decade rule. He states that even though 350,000 troops were killed in German attacks so far, that the Germans have lost 4.5 million soldiers (a wild exaggeration) and that Soviet victory was near.
1941 –Mário Cláudio was born in Oporto. Portuguese poet and essayst. Prize Pessoa 2004.
1946 – Sally Field was born. American actress
1947 – Meet The Press makes its television debut (the show went to a weekly schedule on September 12, 1948).
1948 – Glenn Frey was born. American singer (Eagles)
1949 – Arturo Sandoval was born. Cuban-born trumpeter
1949 – Brad Davis was born (d. 1991). American actor
1955- Maria Shriver was born. American journalist
1956 – U.S. presidential election, 1956: Republican incumbent Dwight D. Eisenhower is reelected by defeating Democrat challenger Adlai E. Stevenson in a rematch of their contest four years earlier.
1957 – Félix Gaillard becomes Prime Minister of France
1957 – Lori Singer was born. American actress
1957 – Klaus Kleinfeld was born. German industrialist.
1957 – Ciro Gomes was born. Brazilian politician.
1958 – Urs Freuler was born. Swiss cyclist.
1962 – Apartheid: The United Nations General Assembly passes a resolution condemning South Africa‘s racist apartheid policies and calls for all UN member states to cease military and economic relations with the nation.
1963 – Vietnam War: Following the November 1 coup and murder of President Ngo Dinh Diem, coup leader General Duong Van Minh takes over leadership of South Vietnam.
1964 – Hans von Euler-Chelpin dies (b. 1873). German-born chemist, Nobel Prize laureate in 1929.
1964 – Anita Malfatti dies (b. 1896). Brazilian painter.
1965 – Edgar Varèse dies (b. 1883). French composer.
1965 – Clarence Williams dies (b. 1893). American musician.
1965 – Freedom Flights begin: Cuba and the United States formally agree to start an airlift for Cubans who want to go to the United States. By 1971, 250,000 Cubans will take advantage of this program.
1965 – Greg Graffin was born. American singer (Bad Religion)
1966 – Christian Lorenz was born. German keyboardist (Rammstein)
1968 – Charles Munch dies (b. 1891). French conductor and violinist
1970 – Ethan Hawke was born. American actor
1971 – The AEC tests the largest U.S. underground hydrogen bomb, code-named Cannikin, on Amchitka Island in the Aleutians.
1972 – Thandie Newton was born. Zambian actress.
1972 – Garry Flitcroft was born. English footballer.
1972 – Rebecca Romijn-Stamos was born in Berkeley, California. Actress and supermodel.
1973 – Nell McAndrew was born. British model.
1975 – Green March begins: 300,000 unarmed Moroccans converge on the southern city of Tarfaya and wait for a signal from King Hassan II of Morocco to cross into Western Sahara.
1975 – The Sex Pistols play their first concert at St. Martin’s School of Art in London.
1976 – Pat Tillman was born (d. 2004). American football player
1976 – Mike Herrera was born. American singer and bassist (mxpx)
1977 – The Kelly Barnes Dam, located above Toccoa Falls Bible College near Toccoa, Georgia, fails, killing 39.
1978 – Harry Bertoia dies (b. 1915). Italian artist and designer.
1979 – Lamar Odom was born. American basketball player
1984 – Ronald Reagan defeats Walter Mondale to be re-elected in one of the largest electoral landslide in United States election history.
1984 – Gastón Suárez dies (b. 1929). Bolivian novelist and dramatist.
1985 – In Colombia, leftist guerrillas of the April 19 Movement seize control of the Palace of Justice in Bogotá, eventually killing 115 people, 11 of them Supreme Court justices.
1985 – “Irangate” scandal: The American press reveals that US President Ronald Reagan had authorized the shipment of arms to Iran.
1985 – The Playboy Club in New York admits topless male “bunnies” for the first time.
1986 – Elisabeth Grümmer dies (b. 1911). Alsatian soprano.
1987 – Ana Ivanovic was born. Serbian tennis player
1988 – Beatle Ringo Starr checks into an alcohol rehabilitation centre.
1989 – Kitty Dukakis, wife of presidential candidate and Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis, is hospitalised for drinking rubbing alcohol.
1990 – Carlos Wallenstein dies (b. 1925). Portuguese actor and theater director
1991 – Gene Tierney dies (b. 1920). American actress.
1992 – Gustavo Zenkl dies. Portuguese rejoneador.
1996 – The family of Eduardo Quihua Maquixtle from Vicente Guerrero, Mexico, including his four children, are stabbed by three men accusing them of witchcraft.
1998 – Hugo Chávez is elected president of Venezuela
1999 – Australians vote to keep the British monarch as their head of state in the Australian republic referendum.
2000 – L. Sprague De Camp dies (b. 1907). American writer.
2000 – David R. Brower dies (b. 1912). American environmentalist.
2001 – Anthony Shaffer dies (b. 1926). English dramatist.
2001 – Michael Bloomberg is elected mayor of New York City.
2001 – David Trimble is re-elected prime minister of Northern Ireland
2002 – 12 people are killed in a fire on board a train headed for Vienna from Paris
2002 – Winona Ryder is found guilty of shoplifting after stealing items worth $5,500 from a New York boutique.
2002 – Sid Sackson dies (b. 1920). American board game designer.
2003 – Eduardo Palomo dies (b. 1962). Mexican actor.
2003 – Crash Holly dies (b. 1971). American professional wrestler.
2003 – Rie Mastenbroek dies (b. 1919). Dutch swimmer.
2004 – Fred Dibnah dies (b. 1938). English television personality.
2004 – Johnny Warren dies (b. 1943). Australian footballer.
2004 – An express train collides with a stationary car near the village of Ufton Nervet, England, killing 6 and injuring 150.
2004 – Official Guided by Voices Day in Dallas, Texas.
R.C. Saints – November 6th is the feast day of the following Roman Catholic Saints: St. Leonard ,St. Atticus ,St. Barlaam, St. Winoc ,St. Demetrian ,St. Edwen ,St. Efflam ,St. Felix of Fondi ,St. Felix of Thynissa ,St. Joseph Khang ,St. Leonard of Noblac ,St. Leonard of Reresby ,St. Leonianus ,St. Pinnock
Dominican RepublicConstitution Day (1844)
TajikistanConstitution Day (1994)
MoroccoAnniversary of the Green March
Sweden – Death of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden an official flag day
Finland – Day of the Swedish Identity an official flag day