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Pires Andrade explains why Benfica – Benfica elections may have earlier results

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MAG president hopes to receive “nomination” around midnight

The chairman of the General Assembly, Antonio Pires Andrade, in statements to journalists, reacted to the record number of voters in the Benfica elections (the number has already exceeded 39 thousand).

“This shows that Benfica members are ready to participate in the life of the club, it is with their voice that they contribute to the decision of the governing bodies. I believe that around midnight we will already have a more or less clear indication of the final result. “He began by adding:“ This is a positive result. It is good that the members were so involved in the life of the club. A record from last year and now another one after problems at the club. “The MAG leader also explained why he hopes to get results earlier this year, after Luis Filipe Vieira was re-elected in 2020 after 2 am:” Last year we had polling stations open until 2 am in some houses near Lisbon and here in Luza closed at 00:30 It is very likely that this year could be earlier, as we will have several counting points, it is true that this is a physical vote, but we will start counting much earlier. “

Faced with statements from Vieira, who admitted to having voted for Rui Costa – which prompted a reaction from Francisco Benitez’s list, claiming that the former president violated the bylaws – Pires de Andrade sent an explanation another time: “I didn’t hear, I wasn’t here, I had dinner, I don’t comment. Is this a violation? I don’t know, let’s analyze it, there are no complaints. was filed with MAG, so I can’t pronounce me. ”

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BALL – Goalkeeper was a hero as Nottingham Forest reach play-off final (England)

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BALL - Goalkeeper was a hero as Nottingham Forest reach play-off final (England)

Closer and closer to the possible return of the historic Nottingham Forest to the Premier League 23 years after their last presence (in 1998/1999 Forest fell and never rose to the top flight).

After winning 2-1 away, Nottingham Forest were beaten by Sheffield United in the first leg and were happier (and more competent) in the shoot-out to confirm reaching the Champions League promotion play-off final.

With Cafu and Tobias Figueiredo starting on the home bench, the first goal of the match was scored in the 19th minute by Brennan Johnson, but Sheffield managed to turn the tide with Morgan Gibbs-White equalizing in the 47th minute and John Fleck in the 75th he gave the advantage to the guests, forcing extra time, where the result did not change, and subsequent penalties.

At the penalty mark, Nottingham goalkeeper Bryce Samba put on a hero’s cape and saved three Sheffield shots, while Forest won 3-2 (Portuguese Cafu scored and did not lose). It was a real madness at the City Ground when thousands of fans unleashed a (peaceful) invasion on the pitch to celebrate with the players.

In the final, Forest will face Huddersfield City, who eliminated Luton (2-1 on aggregate) in the other semi-final. The match will take place on May 29 at Wembley, the winner of which will receive promotion to the Premier League.

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BALL – Euro U17: Portugal start with a rout against Scotland (Football)

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BALL - Euro U17: Portugal start with a rout against Scotland (Football)

Portugal made the best appearance at the European Under-17 Championships, which takes place in Israel. The Portuguese team defeated Scotland 4-1 in a game that took place at the Municipal Stadium of Lod.

Goals from Ivan Lima (8 minutes), Dinis Rodriguez (26 minutes), João Veloso (37 minutes, penalty), Afonso Moreira (70 minutes) and Rodrigo Ribeiro (73 minutes) sealed a solid triumph for the team of Rui Bento (assistant coach and replacement of José Lima , positive for Covid-19). Magnus KatzKezin scored for the Scots in the 62nd minute.

In another group match, Sweden beat Denmark 2-1 in the northern duel. Portugal lead the group and return to the field against Sweden next Friday at 14:30.

Game movie:

90. Portugal defeated Scotland 5-1. On Friday at 14:30, the under-17s have a new game against Sweden.

73. Rodrigo Ribeiro, who had just entered, signed the fifth goal of the national team with the first touch of the ball with a good kick.

69. Afonso Moreira, after a quick counter-attack, was isolated and scored the fourth goal of Portugal.

62. Scotland is reduced. McKinsey, after an individual initiative, outplayed the Portuguese goalkeeper.

46. ​​The second part begins.

45. Portugal come into the break beating Scotland 3-0.

36. João Veloso signed Portugal’s third goal with a penalty.

26. Dinis Rodrigues took advantage of Ivan Lima’s left cross to score Portugal’s second goal.

15. Dinis Rodriguez had everything to score, but his rebound went wide.

8. Ivan Lima puts Portugal ahead at the first opportunity. Rodriguez attempted an acrobatic throw but missed the ball and it was up to his teammate to take advantage of the opportunity to score.

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1. Launch the game.

Teams:

Scotland: Pazikas, Kingdon, Mackenzie, Allen, MacArthur Cap, Jackson, Rice, Reed, O’Donnell, Moore and Wilson.

Substitutes: Mahadi, Bruce, Dede, Lobban, Cooper, Miller, Macleod, Laidlaw and Wales.

Portugal: Diogo Fernandes, Joao Conceicao, Diogo Monteiro-Cap, Joao Moniz, Leonardo Barroso, Dario Essugo, Ussuman Djalo, Joao Veloso, Ivan Lima, Afonso Moreira and Jose Dinis Rodriguez,

Substitutes: Francisco Silva, Rafael Luis, Joao Vasconcelos, Manuel Mendonza, Thiago Andrade, Vivaldo Semedo, Luis Gomes, Rodrigo Ribeiro and Martim Fernandes.

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BALL – “Real Madrid’s defense is bad” (Champions League)

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BALL - "Real Madrid's defense is bad" (Champions League)

UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin spoke about the men’s and women’s Champions League finals, highlighting the presence of Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively, two clubs promoting the so-called Super League, a project designed with some emblems but no legs to walk on.

“I have no problems with Real Madrid, although at the moment I am not in contact with the board. But Real Madrid’s place in the Champions League final testifies to the purity of UEFA competition. Real Madrid and Barcelona are in the men’s and women’s finals. No one interfered,” he stressed in his statements to the Slovenes. 24ur.com Sports.

Čeferin also analyzed the performance of the teams: “In the semi-finals, I doubted that Real Madrid would be able to knock out Manchester City, especially after losing the first game. But it looks like they have nine lives, just like cats. This is an experienced team. In my opinion, the protection is bad. They have the wonderful Karim Benzema, who is often referred to as one of the most underrated players in football history. Luka Modric the older the better. But Liverpool have younger players and they have very important experience for the final. It’s going to be an incredibly interesting finale.”

We remind you that the final is scheduled for May 28, at 20:00, in Paris.

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