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A BOLA – nominations for the 14th round (League) are known.

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A BOLA - nominations for the 14th round (League) are known.

On Tuesday, the FPF Arbitration Board announced the appointment of referees for the 14th round.

In Alvalada, Sporting will host Boavista on Saturday with Nuno Almeida judging, assisted by Vitor Ferreira from VAR.

On Sunday, Benfica will take to the pitch in Famalicana in a match to be judged by Hugo Miguel and André Narciso in the VAR.

At Dragão, the big match on Sunday night between FC Porto and SC Braga will be judged by Rui Costa and Antonio Nobre from Cidade do Futebol will be VAR.

Full records:

Pasos de Ferreira – Gilles Vicente
Judge: Arthur Soares Diaz
Assistants: Rui Lisinu and Paulo Soares
4th referee: Bruno Costa
WHERE: David Silva
AVAR: Nuno Manso

Marine – Santa Clara
Judge: Fabio Verissimo
Assistants: Pedro Mota and Pedro Martins
4th referee: Joao Casegas
VAR: Gustavo Correia
AVAR: Inacio Pereira

Vitoria de Guimaraes – Tondela
Judge: Fabio Melo
Assistants: Sergio Jesus and Carlos Martins
4.º Referee: Janku Vasilica
VAR: Arthur Soares Diaz
AVAR: Claudio Pereira

Belenenses SAD – Estoril
Judge: Elder Mulheiro
Assistants: Gonçalo Freire and Rui Cidade
4th referee: Bruno Vieira
WHERE: Hugo Silva
AVAR: Hugo Ribeiro

Sporting – Boavista
Judge: Nuno Almeida
Assistants: André Campos and Pedro Felisberto
4th referee: Marcos Brazao
VAR: Vítor Ferreira
AVAR: Nelson Cunya

Moreirense – Portimonense
Judge: João Pinheiro
Assistants: Thiago Costa and Luciano Maya
4th referee: Carlos Macedo
VAR: Luis Godinho
AVAR: Miguel Nogueira

Famalican – Benfica
Judge: Hugo Miguel
Assistants: Bruno Jesus and Ricardo Santos
4th referee: João Bento
VAR: André Narcissus
AVAR: Paulo Brush

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FC Porto – SC Braga
Judge: Rui Costa
Assistants: Joao Bessa Silva and Andre Diaz
4th referee: João Gonçalves
VAR: Antonio Nobre
AVAR: Nelson Pereira

Aroka – Vizela
Judge: Thiago Martins
Assistants: Hugo Ribeiro and Jose Luzia
4th referee: Elder Carvalho
VAR: Luis Ferreira
AVAR: Carlos Campos

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Entra Marcus Edwards, sai João Palhinha

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Entra Marcus Edwards, sai João Palhinha

O Sporting terá em vista o reforço das opções do plantel e já tem bem encaminhada a contratação de um avançado já muito falado nas últimas semanas.

Marcus Edwards, diz o Record, deverá custar aos cofres de Alvalade uma verba a rondar os oito milhões, isto por apenas metade do passe do inglês. Diz a mesma fonte que os leões oferecem menos que aquilo que o Vitória SC quer, algo na casa dos sete milhões que poderá chegar aos sete e meio. As duas direções encontraram-se e conversaram, escreve ainda o Record nesta terça-feira, e tudo parece estar quase combinado. Ainda assim, há surpresas no mercado do Sporting.

João Palhinha poderá ter os dias contados em Alvalade. O mesmo diário esclarece que o campeão nacional terá em visto um encaixe a rondar os 30 milhões de euros, mas a mesma verba não servirá para contratar Edwards. O médio português tem vários pretendentes desde o início da última temporada e poderá ser desta que a sua saída será consomada. O lugar de Palhinha poderia ser assegurado por Manuel Ugarte, jovem uruguaio que já foi chamado vários vezes para o lugar do português de 26 anos e respondeu com qualidade.

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Miguel Braga and defeat from Sp. Braga: “VAR protocol failed” – Sporting

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Miguel Braga and defeat from Sp. Braga: "VAR protocol failed" - Sporting

Lvov, responsible for communication, criticizes the decision on penalties, marked in favor of the guests

Miguel Braga, in his speeches on the Rayo-X program on the Sporting TV channel, analyzed the defeat of Sporting in a reception from Sp. Braga, pointing his finger at the referee, namely because of the penalty awarded in favor of Braga, for the absence of Matheus Reis about Galena. Responsible for communication with the lions considered the move decisive in the outcome of the match, leaving criticism of VAR to Joao Pinheiro. “Before the penalty, Sporting showed an impeccable game. Braga didn’t have a chance to score. Sporting had several. you need to indicate a foul or continue. That’s not what happened. The first mistake was not following the VAR protocol. Braga took advantage of the irritation this move caused. Nobody complains in this zone. .A clear protocol error has occurred. Unfortunately, the game is marked by VAR interference. Nobody sees a foul there,” he defended, still remembering the move with Palinha closer to the break: “There was an elbow strike in the Paligny area. I’ve seen similar bets end differently. With a yellow card or even a red one, sometimes…” Santos targeting the Disciplinary Council (CD) of the Portuguese Football Federation. “It’s like a surreal soap opera. This Nuno Santos case is absurd because there are images proving there was no action,” he assured after the KD left punishment to the right wing for the confusion in the game between Wisela and Sporting.

A week later, when it became known that Rafael Leau would have to pay Sporting €16.5m compensation for the unilateral dismissal, after the Court of Appeal of Lisbon (TRL) denied the player’s request for an annulment, Miguel Braga addressed the issue. discovering that the debt to the lions had already reached 20 million euros. “TAD sentenced Rafael Leao. Compensation at this stage will already be close to 20 million euros. The decision stands, there are other processes against Lille to declare the club’s solidarity in the payment, and we believe that the reason is on our side. “, he concluded.

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BALL – Balotelli returns to national team after more than three years (Italy)

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Adana Demirspor striker Mario Balotelli (9 goals in 21 games this season) has returned to the Italian national team. Thus the controversial player returned to blue team more than three years after the last appearance, on September 7, 2018, in the game against Poland for the League of Nations.

Balotelli is part of a group of 35 called up by Roberto Mancini for a training camp from January 26 to 28 at the Coverciano training center, which will serve as Mancini’s “screen” ahead of the play-off semi-finals. for the 2022 World Cup against North Macedonia in March. If they win, Italy will play either Portugal or Turkey in the final.

On the list, we also note the presence of Joao Pedro Galván, the Cagliari forward who came through Estoril, one of the seven debuts promoted by the manager. Marco Carnesecchi, Luis Felipe, Davide Frattesi, Samuele Ricci, Giorgio Scalvini, Nicolo Fagioli were also called up for the first time.

Goalkeeper: Marco Carnesecchi (Cremonese), Alessio Cranio (Cagliari), Alex Meret (Napoles), Salvatore Sirigu (Genova);

Protection: Alessandro Bastoni (Inter), Cristiano Biraghi (Fiorentina), Davide Calabria (Milan), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Mattia De Sciglio (Juventus), Giovanni Di Lorenzo (Napoles) Alessandro Florenzi (Milan), Luis Felipe (Lazio). Gianluca Mancini (Rome), Luca Pellegrini (Juventus), Giorgio Scalvini (Atalanta), Rafael Toloi (Atalanta);

Average values: Nicolo Barella (Inter), Brian Cristante (Rome), Nicolo Fagioli (Cremonese), Davide Frattesi (Sassuolo), Manuel Locatelli (Juventus), Matteo Pessina (Atalanta), Samuele Ricci (Empoli), Stefano Sensi (Inter), Sandro Tonali. (Milan);

Advanced: Mario Balotelli (Adana Demirspor), Domenico Berardi (Sassuolo), Federico Bernardeschi (Juventus), Ciro Immobile (Lazio), Lorenzo Insigne (Naples), Joao Pedro (Cagliari), Giacomo Raspadori (Sassuolo), Gianluca Scamacca (Sassuolo), Mattia Zaccagni (Lazio), Nicolo Zaniolo (Rome)

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