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He climbed the Jamora stairs at the end of the line and behind Pepe, halfway picked up his youngest son from the bench and carried him to the presidential podium, and still had time to hug Fernando Santos tightly. Sergio Conceição, who lifted the Portuguese Cup together with the captain of FC Porto, this Sunday became the first Portuguese coach to score two doubles.

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But he did much more than that. In addition to winning the Premier League and the Portuguese Cup in the same season, which he already did in 2019/20, the manager has won seven titles while leading the Dragons. In other words, he surpassed such historical names as José Maria Pedroto, José Mourinho or Jesualdo Ferreira and is now the second most decorated manager in the history of FC Porto, behind only one of the eight record holders, Artur Jorge.

Joining Otto Gloria and Joseph Sabo in a group of coaches who won two doubles in Portugal, thus becoming the only Portuguese to do so, Sergio Conceição is naturally the first to do so at the head of FC Porto. But after all, this was the third time he had won both the Dragon Championship and Cup at the same time— in 1998, as a player, he also celebrated two victories.

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With two wins in the season ending this Sunday, Porto have scored the 9th double in their history and have come close to Benfica’s record of 11 doubles, the last being in the 2016/17 season. The Dragons finished the 2021/22 season with 53 games, between 39 wins, eight draws and six losses, scoring 119 goals and conceding 45. Otavio was the most used player with 49 appearances, Taremi was the serve scorer with 26 goals and also led the league in assists in equally from 16 Fabio Vieira.

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Proud Pedro Carvalho: “Even though I’m in Brazil, I don’t miss the Portuguese public”

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Proud Pedro Carvalho: "Even though I'm in Brazil, I don't miss the Portuguese public"

Exactly in 2016 Pedro Carvalho debuted in Brazilian fiction, in the soap opera “Escrava Mãe” on Record TV. This was followed by “O Outro Lado do Paraiso” and “A Dona do Pedaço” in 2017 and 2019 respectively on the “giant” TV Globo. However, the Portuguese public never lost sight of him.

“It was funny because the Portuguese audience really watches Brazilian soap operas. It’s very nice because despite the fact that I’m in Brazil, I don’t lose the Portuguese audience. In fact, I have gained more and I even realize that in terms of social networks. For me it is very important because I am Portuguese, I like to work in my country. No matter how much I travel, I always want our people to recognize me,” he began by saying Pedro Carvalhoin a conversation with SELFIE, in the Continente VIP area, on the second day of Rock in Rio Lisboa.

On returning to Portugal via SIC on the soap opera Amor Amor, the actor said: “I haven’t done anything in Portugal for a long time. The pandemic was terrible in every way, but it made me come back. you know, in TV Globo all projects were suspended at that time. It was good, I didn’t work in my country for some time. I worked and played with colleagues whom I love … “.

Finally, Pedro Carvalho assured us that he will return to Brazil “very soon” where he already has confirmed new projects.

Pedro Carvalho, at the rock in Rio Lisbon

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Pedro Proenza chooses ‘fighting violence’ in football as a priority for the 2022/23 season – Observer

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The president of the Portuguese Professional Football League (LPFP) chose “fighting violence” as one of the priorities for the 2022/23 season on Tuesday, hoping that the season will be marked by “positive”.

We have some measures to improve competition, namely in the fight against violence, as well as in the framework of expediency and good playing time. We will try to make this season for the return of football in its entirety and recovery after the last two years marked by Covid-19,” said Pedro Proenza.

The manager foresaw the next season at the end of the Liga I and II calendar draw ceremony, which also included the presentation of prizes for the previous season’s performance, hoping that the Portuguese football stages would be “attractive”. families.”

“For the anti-violence measures that we are going to take, we have meetings scheduled in the coming weeks with the Ministry of the Interior in order to be able to reorganize the methodology for the next season. We want football to be a positive and engaging spectacle for families,” said the LPFP leader.

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Pedro Proenza recalled that the 2022/23 season will be “another season”, marked by a break in the championships, in November and December, due to the World Cup in Qatar, but he believes that this does not affect the competitiveness of the competition.

“The League knew how to adapt by creating a differentiated sporting environment, with the League Cup in that period, to keep the teams competitive. I believe it will be a season full of positivity,” he added.

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The manager emphasized that “the clubs have a very strong union in terms of professional football”, and commented on the start of the championship, dictated by the draw.

“We will start the season with a very strong derby between Sporting CP and Sporting CP and then on the third round we will have another derby. [FC Porto — Sporting] it will make us associate ourselves with the show,” he analyzed.

The President of the LPFP also commented on the export vein of the national clubs highlighted in this pre-season with the transfers made, namely FC Porto and Benfica.

“We have a business model that is largely based on the development of young players, Portuguese and foreign. We have the ability to produce talent, but we must be ready to continue when there are outlets. It is important to keep our clubs competitive both nationally and internationally,” concluded Pedro Proenza.

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3-year-old corrects his mother’s Portuguese and becomes popular on social media – Pais&Filhos

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  • A three-year-old girl went viral after she corrected her mother’s Portuguese.
  • In videos posted online, the mother shows everyday conversations in which her daughter corrects her.
  • “Glory” began after the mother posted a video in which the girl makes an order in a restaurant.

One girl 3 year old succeeds online after correcting his Portuguese mother videos posted on social media. Little Bianca Cavalcanti has gained a lot of fans online after her 27-year-old mother Andresa Cavalcanti posted tapes showing off her daughter’s knowledge.

@bibiemamiPeople, I will never make a mistake again 😳🤭 know these?!♬ original sound – Andreza and Bianca Cavalcanti

After a video of her ordering at a restaurant went viral and racked up millions of views. child reached an even larger audience when he began correcting his parents’ Portuguese. The mother told UOL she noticed her daughter’s behavior some time ago, but recently decided to record a conversation between them: “I pretended to send an audio and recorded it to see if she would correct me.”

Andresa explained that during the pandemic, when Bianca was still beverages, she noticed her daughter’s speech development and decided to further stimulate the girl with a few games. Thanks to this incentive, Bianca considers these activities her favorite, and Andresa feels satisfaction from this: “It was wonderful. Fulfilled for being able to be so present in the early years of her life.”

3-year-old girl succeeds after correcting her mother’s speech (Photo: Reproduction / TikTok / @bibiemami)

In a video posted on social media, the mother wrote in the caption, “Guys, I will never make a mistake again! Do you know anyone like that?” Even though Bianca already has so much knowledge, Bianca only entered school this year and her mother said that being around children of the same age would be a positive thing for her daughter.

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