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BALL – “We know that we are a target to shoot down” (FC Porto)

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BALL - "We know that we are a target to shoot down" (FC Porto)

Pepe returned to work this Wednesday after a holiday. The captain assured that he was very motivated for another season in the service of the national champion.

“The expectation is always the same: to give our club the best and try to improve on what we did last year. This is our mission because we want to be healthy, bring joy to our fans and enjoy what we love to do. This is a year that will require a lot from everyone, and we are confident that we will manage. We will work for this and be able to respect our shirt,” the defender said, referring to the club’s website.

On the challenges they will face: “We are aware and confident that we have to be beaten for being champions last year, so we have to work very well. As I said, we need to improve on what we did last year. We have the Champions League, a competition where we want to celebrate our club and Portugal. We must work hard and with great enthusiasm to live until the end of the year happy.”

Pepe is still ready for next season, even at the age of 39: “First of all, it is the result of the luck I had to be at a great club like Porto where people work spectacularly. The coach demands a lot from us, he always makes sure that we can be at our best level in training. Even when we are not in Olivala, he requires us to try to be at our best, staying focused even when we are at home. That is why this demand from him (Sergio Conceição) helps me a lot to be at this level and to be at Porto, which gives me all the conditions to do my job.”

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BALL – Demoman Lille defeats Paulo Fonseca (France) in the opening

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BALL – Demoman Lille defeats Paulo Fonseca (France) in the opening

Lille hosted and beat Auxerre 4-1 in the first round of Ligue 1. Thiago Djalo and José Fonte both started in the match that saw the debut of Paulo Fonseca as manager of the home team.

The big star of the game was Canadian Jonathan David. After passing to Benjamin André (1 foot), he scored twice (3 feet and 39 feet). Zedadka (64′) closed Lille’s scoring in the second half, with Charbonnier scoring the honorary goal against freshly promoted Auxerre.

In other games of the day, Lance (David Costa’s owner) beat Brest (Matías Pereira Lage) (3:2) with a Sotoka hat-trick (27, 62 and 65 minutes) and he still missed a penalty to 33′). Belquebla (66′) and Del Castillo (82′) still gave hope to the outsiders, but the defeat was confirmed.

In Montpellier, Pedro Mendez was on the bench in the hosts’ victory over Troyes (Abdou Conte, injured, not an option). In a half-time game, Saint Luce’s goal (3′) and Savagnier’s brace (15′ and 81′) were the home side’s response to goals from Tardieu (12′ gp) and former Sporting Mama Baldé (17′). ).

See the results of the first round of Ligue 1:

Friday, August 5:

Lyon-Ajaccio, 2-1

Saturday, August 6:

Strasbourg 1:2 Monaco

Clermont-Paris Saint-Germain, 0:5

Sunday, August 7:

Toulouse – Nice, 1-1

Lens – Brest, 3-2

Montpellier-Troyes, 3-2

Lille-Auxerre, 4-1

Angers-Nantes 0-0

Rennes – Lorient (16.05 hours)

Marseille – Stade Reims (19.45 hours)

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Wages account for more than 50% of fishing costs – DNOTICIAS.PT

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Wages account for more than 50% of fishing costs – DNOTICIAS.PT

Good morning, this is the main news of the DIARY.

More than 50% of fishing expenses go to wages is the headline that marks the first page of this issue of Sunday, August 7, 2022. “In the cost structure with ships, fuel weight is only third,” we add. “The government of the region is doing a reporting radiography of activities that absorbed 2 million in support in 2 years,” our headline summed up. Read more on page 3.

A day that was supposed to be a celebration and dedication ended in the worst possible way. Tragedy overshadows Rally it’s a title no one would want to give.The death of an 8-year-old girl after she was picked up by one of the Encumeada racing cars dwarfs the 63rd event won by Alexandre Camacho/Pedro Calado,” we explain. Read between pages 18 and 21.

Also in sports “Maritimu suffers a heavy defeat from Dragao (5: 1) on his return to the I league”, in the chronicle you can read on pages 22 and 23.

Growing concern about “tech” addiction – Another chosen name that deserves attention and reading. Nelson Carvalho warns that drug addiction will cause more headaches than drugs. There are already internet-induced hospitalizations in the Region”, we highlight what you can find on pages 10 and 11.

Finally, a culture with a simple name, but important for a sector and a specific association, Teatro Experimental do Funchal. CMF increases financial support for TEF which you can read on page 38.

In addition to these articles, many more can be found in your regular DIARY, in paper or online format, whether you are a subscriber to both or a reader who buys your copy from the newsstand.

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Have a nice Sunday and happy reading.

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Goncalo Guedes to leave Valencia soon

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Goncalo Guedes to leave Valencia soon

Gattuso confirmed that Valencia had accepted the Portuguese’s “excellent offer” from the English club.

A victim of the financial problems that plagued Valencia, Gonzalo Guedes is leaving the club he has represented since 2017. Faced with the absence of the Portuguese footballer in the squad for today’s duel against Atalanta, valid for the Taronja Trophy, coach Gennaro Gattuso justified it. with the need to preserve the physical condition of the player in the conditions of his imminent sale. “The club told me that they received an excellent offer for Guedes from the English club,” said the Italian, but refused to confirm the fate of the striker.

Following Gattuso’s words, Gonzalo Guedes was appointed to Wolves and Newcastle and his price was set at €40m, the amount Valencia need to be able to register a promotion for the 2022/23 season in Spain. league. If the sale of the forward for this amount is confirmed, the Che emblem will not be required to be disposed of by any other player.

Remember that Valencia have already prepared the departure of Guedes by hiring Atlético de Madrid on loan until the end of the season, Samuel Lino, the former Gil Vicente.

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