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domingo, 31 de enero de 2016

Oscar brilló, y Chelsea obtuvo su pase a octavos de final de la FA Cup


Un 'hat trick' del brasileño Oscar llevó al triunfo a Chelsea sobre Milton Keynes Dons (1-5) para sellar la clasificación para los octavos de final de la FA Cup que también obtuvo Everton, que eliminó al Carlisle, de Cuarta División.

Oscar nunca había firmado un triplete en el fútbol inglés, al que llegó en el año 2012. En media hora recogió su cosecha el internacional brasileño ante un adversario de la Championships, la Segunda División del fútbol inglés.

El brasileño abrió la cuenta al cuarto de hora. Pero el equipo local consiguió empatar seis minutos después por medio de Darren Potter. Oscar marcó después en el minuto 32 y el 44 para alcanzar el descanso con el pase encarrilado para Chelsea. Un penalti transformado por el belga Eden Hazard (min. 55) sentenció el partido, que redondeó el burkinés Bertrand Traore, que salió minutos antes por Diego Costa (min. 62).


Everton también logró la clasificación. No tuvo problema alguno contra Carlisle, de Cuarta División (0-3) ante el que Roberto Martínez dio minutos a los no habituales. Fue el marfileño Arouna Kone el que puso el partido de cara a los dos minutos. Antes del cuarto de hora, Aaron Lennon amplió la ventaja del equipo de Liverpool, que sentenció en el minuto 65 por medio de Ross Barkley.

Resultados de la cuarta ronda de la Copa de Inglaterra

Viernes 29 de enero Derby Count 1-3 Manchester United

Sábado 30 de enero
Colchester United 1-4 Tottenham
Arsenal 2-1 Burnley
Aston Villa 0-4 Manchester City Bolton 1-2 Leeds
Bury 1-3 Hull City
Crystal Palace 1-0 Stoke City
Notthingham Forest 0-1 Watford
Oxford United 0-3 Blackburn Rovers
Portsmouth 1-2 Bournemouth
Reading 4-0 Walsall
Shrewsbury 3-2 Sheffield Wed
West Brom 2-2 Peterborough
Liverpool 0-0 West Ham


Domingo 31 de enero
Carlisle 0-3 Everton
MK Dons 1-5 Chelsea


Clasificados para octavos de final: Manchester United, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City, Leeds, Hull City, Crystal Palace, Watford, Blacburn Rovers, Bournemouth, Reading, Shrewsbury, Everton . Desempate (replay): Peterborough vs. West Bromwich y West Ham vs. Liverpool.

EFE

sábado, 30 de enero de 2016

La Liga BBVA: MESSI Y SUÁREZ DEJARON AL BARCELONA EN LA PUNTA


El ‘Barça’ le ganó al Atlético de Madrid el duelo por el liderato de la liga de España.

El Barcelona se impuso 2-1 de local sobre el Atlético de Madrid en el choque que definió al líder de la liga española, pues ambos equipos arribaron a la confrontación igualados en la cima con 48 unidades.

El Atlético abrió el marcador del compromiso con Koke en el minuto 10, pero el Barcelona remontó con tantos del argentino Lionel Messi y el uruguayo Luis Suárez en los minutos 30 y 30, respectivamente.

Sin embargo, el compromiso tuvo sus momentos determinantes en los minutos 44 y 65, cuando fueron expulsados el brasileño Filipe Luis y el uruguayo Diego Godín. Esta situación dejó sin opciones de ingresar al compromiso al delantero colombiano Jackson Martínez, quien se quedó en el banco de suplentes del elenco ‘colchonero’.

Por su parte, el Real Madrid, tercero en la tabla de posiciones con 44 puntos, tendrá acción este domingo 31 de enero en el estadio Santiago Bernabéu de la capital española ante el Espanyol de Barcelona.

Comisión de FIFA pide investigar dinero que manejó Fedefut de Guatemala

La presidenta de la Comisión de Normalización, Adela de Torrebiarte, dijo a Prensa Libre que hay dudas sobre el dinero, porque las antiguas autoridades de la Federación no notificaron a la asamblea del futbol el ingreso del dinero.


Los aportes, que podrían ascender a US$1 millón, según la agencia de noticias Reuters, ingresaron al Banco de Guatemala, que los trasladó a la federación. De Torrebiarte comentó que hay facturas de pagos de viajes, viáticos y servicios de hoteles, pero no hay claridad sobre qué actividades relacionadas con la promoción del futbol las motivaron.

La dirigente dijo no tener presente el monto del dinero puesto en duda. Una publicación al respecto de la agencia de noticias Reuters señala que pueden ser US$1 millón –Q8.24 millones-.

Las investigaciones y la denuncia se enmarcan en el escándalo de corrupción de las federaciones de futbol que salpicaron a Guatemala y que tienen a sus máximos dirigentes, Brayan Jiménez y Héctor Trujillo, tras las rejas.

Según la Justicia estadounidense, Jiménez, en su calidad de presidente de la Federación, aceptó junto con Trujillo, exsecretario general de la entidad y exmagistrado suplente de la Corte de Constitucionalidad (CC), un soborno de “seis dígitos” por los contratos de televisión de los partidos de calificación para el Mundial de 2018.

En este caso también se implica al guatemalteco Rafael Salguero, exalto dirigente de la Confederación Norte, Centroamérica y el Caribe de Fútbol (Concacaf) y de la FIFA.

En febrero de 2014, Jiménez y Trujillo negociaron con la empresa Media World un nuevo acuerdo por los derechos de televisión para la clasificación al mundial de Qatar 2022, por el cual ambos recibirían un pago de US$200 mil (unos Q1.5 millones).

Jiménez percibiría, según la investigación del Departamento de Justicia, otros US$200 mil adicionales.

El 3 de diciembre pasado, el Gobierno de Estados Unidos culpó a 16 dirigentes y exdirigentes de la FIFA y del futbol internacional, entre ellos los tres guatemaltecos, por conspiración a través del mercadeo deportivo, corrupción, lavado de dinero y recibir sobornos por derechos de transmisión. Servicios sin respaldo La comisión interventora también presentó una denuncia a la Contraloría General de Cuentas ante sospechas por los cobros de periodistas que dieron asesorías a la Federación de Futbol.

La presidenta de la comisión Adela de Torrebiarte dijo a Prensa Libre que no hay documentación que respalde el trabajo de los comunicadores.

“Hubo charlas que las que no hay informes”, declaró De Torrebiarte.

Entre los periodistas que brindaron esos servicios están Juan Carlos Gálvez, Carlos Marín, Marlon Puente, Édgar Galindo, José Altalef, entre otros.

(Ampliaremos)

Fútbol Profesional Colombiano: Con una victoria de jaguares, inició la Liga Águila 2016-I


El equipo de Montería venció 1-2 a Fortaleza en condición de visitante.

En el estadio Metropolitano de Techo inició este viernes el Fútbol Profesional Colombiano con el compromiso disputado entre Fortaleza, recién ascendido, y Jaguares de Córdoba. Con todos los goles anotados en el primer tiempo, el equipo 'felino' sumó sus primeros tres puntos en la Liga Águila 2016-I.

Fortaleza salió imponiendo condiciones, pero la juventud de su plantilla no pudo definir en las oportunidades de gol que tuvo. Por su parte, los jugadores de Jaguares en la primera opción que tuvieron abrieron el marcador.
Corrían los 18 minutos cuando Leonardo Saldaña con un impecable cobro de tiro libre anotó el primer gol del campeonato y puso a ganar al equipo de visitante.

Fortaleza, equipo dirigido por Nilton Bernal, buscaron la igualdad con más ganas que fútbol y encontraron el empate a los 39 minutos luego de un penal que cobró Carlos Rodríguez.

Jaguares demostró su experiencia y no dejó pasar minutos para aumentar el marcador y poner el 1-2 definitivo para los dirigidos por Carlos Navarrete, el gol del triunfo fue convertido por Yuberney Franco.

El triunfo le da un respiro a Jaguares pensando en el descenso, pues Fortaleza es rival directo para mantener la categoría.

DeportesRCN.com

lunes, 25 de enero de 2016

Chris Martin From Coldplay Says He Only Eats 6 Days A Week

"I felt grateful for food and just grateful for everything in a way that I wasn’t so much before," the 38-year-old singer said.


Chris Martin is the frontman of Coldplay, a father to two kids, and the ex-husband of actress and super-healthy lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow. Recently, it came to light that for one full day each week, the singer-songwriter does not consume any food. At all.

“I started doing it because I was sick one time.” Martin said in an interview with Fresh 102.7. “This guy said to me: ‘Just try not eating for a day, because it will make your body feel healthier.'”

Martin found that the regular day of fasting changed his mindset on numerous things, and had physical effects.

“I found that I could sing a bit better,” he said. “Also, I felt grateful for food and just grateful for everything in a way that I wasn’t so much before.”

Martin seems to have a sense of humor about the whole thing—when breaking the fast, he says he prefers Nutella and pancakes over a kale salad.

His diet sounds like a version of intermittent fasting, or IF, a routine that many bodybuilders swear by. Options for intermittent fasting range from skipping or delaying certain meals to multi-day fasts. Some proponents of intermittent fasting swear by its metabolic effects, some of which are backed by data. Researchers have found that IF is linked to anti-aging processes, and it’s known as an effective weight-loss regimen. Studies have concluded that IF is probably safe for healthy individuals, although more research is needed to further assess IF’s benefits and risks.

Martin didn’t make any medical claims about his diet, merely saying that it works for him. And he’s certainly not the only celebrity whose eating habits may be confusing to us normal human beings. Recently, football player Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bündchen made the news for their strict diets. The family’s private chef told The Boston Globe that the pair eat an 80 percent plant-based diet free of dairy, gluten, caffeine, sugar, and nightshade vegetables. Of course, it’s easy for celebrities to eat such restrictive diets when they have access to high-quality ingredients and personal chefs.

Fasting is definitely not for everyone, and sticking with a balanced, healthy diet is widely recommended. But you do you, Chris. You do you.

h/t The Cut

viernes, 22 de enero de 2016

Armed group's leader balks at FBI talks without media


BURNS, Ore. (AP) — The leader of an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge in Oregon met briefly with a federal agent Friday, but left because the agent wouldn't talk with him in front of the media.

The short meeting occurred as the standoff over federal land use policies stretches to the three-week mark and as Oregon officials are putting increased pressure on federal authorities to take action against Ammon Bundy's group.

Bundy arrived at the airport in Burns late Friday morning, where the FBI has set up a staging area. On Thursday, Bundy went to the airport and spoke to an FBI negotiator over the phone. They agreed to speak again Friday, but Bundy left shortly after he arrived because the FBI agent he spoke with said federal authorities wanted any conversation to be private.

Bundy wants face-to-face conversations in front of reporters.

"I really don't think, at this point, even having another phone conversation here without him would be beneficial," Bundy said before leaving.

He also questioned the FBI's authority.


"If you haven't got sanction from the sheriff, there's no reason to be talking to you," Bundy said.

A crowd of reporters watched the brief exchange, while state troopers and armed federal agents looked on.

Bundy's group began occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon on Jan. 2.

The FBI did not immediately comment on Friday's meeting with Bundy, but said in a statement Thursday their "response has been deliberate and measured as we seek a peaceful resolution."

On Wednesday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said she was angry because federal authorities have not taken action against Bundy's group, which began occupying the refuge Jan 2. The Democratic governor said the occupation has cost Oregon taxpayers nearly half a million dollars.

Brown sent a letter Thursday to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey, urging them "to end the unlawful occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge as safely and as quickly as possible."

In a statement Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley said it was "long past time for this illegal occupation to end and for the people of Harney County to get their lives back."

The Democrat said he hope authorities could peacefully resolve the situation and hold Bundy's group accountable.

At community meetings, some local residents have asked Bundy and his group to leave. However Bundy has said he believes his group's work is appreciated by locals. He said the armed men have been "helping ranchers," doing maintenance on the refuge because "it's in a bad shape," and taking care of fire hazards in the refuge's fire house.

Bundy has also asked the FBI to let two ranchers sent to prison for arson go back home.

Earlier Bundy also said his group plans to have a ceremony Saturday for ranchers to renounce federal ownership of public land and tear up their federal grazing contracts. The armed group plans to open up the 300-square-mile refuge for cattle this spring.

lunes, 11 de enero de 2016

Golden Globe Awards 2016: The Good, The Bad, The Overshared

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 10: In this handout photo provided by NBCUniversal,  Host Ricky Gervais and presenter Mel Gibson speak onstage during the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 10, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)

Taraji P. Henson snapping “Get off my train!” after handing out cookies, Ridley Scott humblebragging about The Martian’s box office take, Jamie Foxx announcing Straight Outta Compton won best score when it wasn’t nominated – as usual, this year’s Golden Globes Awards didn’t quite encompass the full range of performances by Hollywood A-listers. Here are some awards the Globes forgot to hand out last night:

Most Disturbing Over-Sharing In An Acceptance Speech

Accepting her Globe as best actress in a miniseries for American Horror Story: Hotel, Lady Gaga thanked her personal team: “The things I put my mind through and my body through while I’m working—it makes me like a child. I can’t do things alone. And you allow that.”


Best Dis of Western Civilization To Promote Your Own Personal Brand

“I have to say that I directed the movie that the great Ennio Morricone, at 87-years of age, did an original score for, and won the Golden Globe!” Quentin Tarantino raved, accepting the composer’s trophy for The Hateful Eight. Tarantino insisted that, until his movie, Morricone never had won an award for “for any individual movie” in the U.S. Except, the HFPA had twice previously done just that – which Voice-Over Guy even noted as Tarantino took the stage.

Best Audition To Replace Ricky Gervais As Golden Globe Awards Host

Jim Carrey wasn’t the only person who seemed to be auditioning to become the next Golden Globe host. Andy Samberg, most recent Emmy host, seemed to be taking a crack at it when he took the stage and launched into a “this is it, the final award of the night” gag as he presented one of the night’s early awards. But Carrey won the derby when he came out to run though the nominees for best motion picture. Like Gervais, he advised nominees to put the awards in perspective – he just did it much better:

“I’m two-time Golden Globe winner Jim Carrey. When I got to sleep at night, I’m not just a guy going to sleep. I’m two time Golden Globe winner Jim Carrey going to get some well-needed shut-eye. When I dream, I don’t just dream any old dream, no sir. I dream about being three time Golden Globe winning actor Jim Carrey, because then I would be enough. It would finally be true, and I could stop this terrible search, for what I know ultimately won’t fulfill me. But they are important, these awards. I don’t want you to think just because, if you blew up our solar system alone, you wouldn’t be able to find us, or any of human history, with the naked eye. But from our perspective this is huge! One more time: here are nominees for best motion picture.”

Greatest Bravery In The Face Of Get-the-Hell-Off-The-Stage Music

Taraji P. Henson, winning for best actress in a TV drama for Empire, let show


taraji-p-henson-golden-globes-2016-ftr2producers know she would not be moved till she taraji-p-henson-golden-globes-2016-ftr2had worked her way through her acceptance speech laundry list. “Please wrap? Wait a minute! I waited 20 years for this! You gonna’ wait! Yeah, you gonna’ give me a little more time.”

Most Likely to Have an “Accident” Backstage

Henson, after snapping at someone helping her get up onstage, “Get off my train!”

Most Suspenseful Competition Of The Evening

As Golden Globe Awards become less spontaneous, and acceptance speeches more tedious (a compelling argument for moving the ceremony back to cable), Ricky Gervais provided some welcome drama when he introduced presenter Mel Gibson, noting that when he’d hosted a few years back, he’d joked about Gibson “getting drunk and saying a few unsavory things.”

“Now I find myself in the awkward position of having to introduce him again. I’m sure it’s embarrassing for both of us. And I blame NBC for this terrible situation. Mel blames – we know who Mel blames,” Gervais snarked. “I want to say something nice about Mel before he comes out.” One Bill Cosby gag that did not land later, Gibson walks onstage.

“I love seeing Ricky once every three years because it reminds me to get a colonoscopy,” Gibson shot back, evening the score. Re-enter Gervais, to Gibson’s surprise, and viewers’ delight, to ask him what “sugar tits” means, according to tweets from the room. If true, it was a reference to a line Gibson allegedly used on a female cop when pulled over a few years back. Gervais’ question got bleeped by the NBC Decency Police, though viewers got to see the big reax in the room:


And Gervais got the last word—literally; the final words of the trophy show broadcast were Gervais, signing off: “That’s it. We’re out of time. From myself and Mel Gibson, shalom.”

Most Surprising Intimation Of Mortality Morgan Freeman modestly told the ballroom as they applauded his entrance, “Not too much, now. Applause like that means usually they don’t expect to see you around much longer.” Less expected was when Jennifer Lawrence dropped “I want us to be buried next to each other, I really do” on her Joy director David O. Russell.

 Best Acceptance Speech For A Lifetime Achievement Award That Wasn’t

Sylvester Stallone’s acceptance for best supporting actor for Creed sounded a lot like a career honor thank you. “I am the sum total of everyone I’ve ever met and so lucky I absorbed some of it. Last time I was here it was 1977… the view is so beautiful now.” After thanking “legendary producers Irwin Winkler and Bob Chartoff, who actually mortgaged his house to take a chance on a mumbling actor and gave me the shot of a lifetime,” he concluded, “Most of all, I want to thank my imaginary friend Rocky Balboa for being the best friend I ever had.” It was touching, though Twitter immediately slammed him for forgetting to mention the person responsible for his being onstage, Creed director Ryan Coogler. Twitter soon corrected itself with a report Stallone had thanked Coogler and star Michael B. Jordan, but only after cameras cut away.

Reminiscence HFPA Most Wanted Not To Hear During A Cecil B. DeMille Award Acceptance Speech

Denzel Washington, accepting the actual career honor from the association, was carried back in time to when legendary agent/producer Freddie Fields took him under wing. “He invited me to [my] first Hollywood Foreign Press luncheon. He said, ‘They’re going to watch the movie, we’re going to feed them. They’re going to come over, you’re going to take pictures with everybody, you’re going to hold the magazines, take the pictures – and you’re going to win the award. I won that year.”


Courtesy of Deadline Hollywood

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