Italian media – Anteo Spazio Cinema http://anteospaziocinema.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 16:29:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://anteospaziocinema.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Italian media – Anteo Spazio Cinema http://anteospaziocinema.com/ 32 32 F1 News: Ferrari hopes to ‘compensate’ for poor strategy with fast car in 2023 – F1 Briefings https://anteospaziocinema.com/f1-news-ferrari-hopes-to-compensate-for-poor-strategy-with-fast-car-in-2023-f1-briefings/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/f1-news-ferrari-hopes-to-compensate-for-poor-strategy-with-fast-car-in-2023-f1-briefings/ Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said a fast and reliable car could make up for any strategic mistakes next season. Binotto has faced increased pressure in recent weeks, with several Italian media reports suggesting he could be replaced as team manager. Ferrari had denied any speculation that Binotto’s position would be under threat, but that […]]]>

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said a fast and reliable car could make up for any strategic mistakes next season.

Binotto has faced increased pressure in recent weeks, with several Italian media reports suggesting he could be replaced as team manager.

Ferrari had denied any speculation that Binotto’s position would be under threat, but that will do little to ease the pressure until 2023.

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CHRONICLE: Culinary and family tradition coming to an end in Orillia https://anteospaziocinema.com/chronicle-culinary-and-family-tradition-coming-to-an-end-in-orillia/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 19:50:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/chronicle-culinary-and-family-tradition-coming-to-an-end-in-orillia/ Tre Sorelle will close its doors after 18 years of activity; “There were so many memories and fun times” This is a culinary obituary I hoped I would never have to write. After 18 years of serving some of the best food in town, Tre Sorelle will close its doors. The idea for Tre Sorelle […]]]>

Tre Sorelle will close its doors after 18 years of activity; “There were so many memories and fun times”

This is a culinary obituary I hoped I would never have to write.

After 18 years of serving some of the best food in town, Tre Sorelle will close its doors.

The idea for Tre Sorelle — named after sisters Carla Paluzzi, Lisa Particelli and Gina White — was born at the Orillia Farmer’s Market. A persistent customer told the sisters that they should open a restaurant.

Eventually they did, settling in what is now Rustica Pizza Vino. They moved to a space on Peter Street South before moving to their current location at 133 Mississaga St. E.

For years, Tre Sorelle has served as a staple at this spot in downtown Orillia’s busiest block.

Now they have decided to pack it.

“We’ve been doing it for a long time,” White said.

It is important to note that they close on their own terms. Some customers have asked if the COVID-19 pandemic was a factor in their decision. This was not the case. In fact, business was going well.

“COVID has made us see that we can do a lot of this ourselves,” White said.

However, he was demanding. Finding a balance between feeding diners indoors, preparing takeout for the freezer and some catering services has not been easy.

The sisters also realized they had more space than they needed.

It seemed logical to stop there. That doesn’t make it easy to say goodbye, though.

They don’t just say goodbye to customers; it’s also a bittersweet farewell to what has become an important part of their family.

Their nephew – Paluzzi’s son Phoenix Leach – is an integral part of Tre Sorelle. He is an enthusiastic young helper who enjoys spending time in the kitchen with his aunts.

Their father, Domenic Paluzzi, is also very involved, putting his pasta-making skills to good use.

Their mother, Diane, who died three years ago, was a major influence. Many of the recipes used at Tre Sorelle come from her. The labels always say “Mama’s biscotti” and “Mama’s cream puff squares”.

Other recipes, such as meatballs, antipasti and ravioli, have been in the family for decades.

Thus, Tre Sorelle is much more than an 18-year tradition. It’s an appreciation of family and food that has lasted for decades.

This is what Particelli and White will miss the most.

“There were so many memories and fun times,” White said.

“Letting go of the company – for me, anyway – isn’t that hard,” Particelli added. “It’s that thing. We come here every day. This is our comfort zone. »

It’s mine too. Tre Sorelle is my busiest lunch spot. I usually don’t know what I’m going to order when I walk in, but I know it will be good. It’s a credit to the sisters’ consistency, not only in the quality of the food, but also the menu. It rarely changes. It’s not necessary.

The sign outside says, “Italian Food Made Easy”, and that’s where Italian food is at its best. Sure, there’s fine Italian cuisine, but simplicity reigns. Tre Sorelle lets the ingredients speak for themselves.

“We should both be proud that our quality has never, ever changed,” White said.

“We have never deviated from what we are doing,” added Particelli. “We didn’t say, ‘We don’t make enough money. Let’s make chocolate.’

They know what they are doing well and they stick to the plan.

Now – unfortunately for us, but in the best interests of the sisters – the plan is to close.

It was not easy for customers to swallow.

A woman who owns a cottage in the area was particularly concerned. The long-time customer is there every Saturday when she’s in town. When she heard that Tre Sorelle was going to close, she said, “Well, I don’t see any reason to keep this chalet now.”

A little dramatic, perhaps, but a testament to Tre Sorelle’s clientele.

“If you don’t have loyal customers, you have nothing. I saw it thanks to COVID. We’ve been very lucky to have so many customers supporting us,” White said.

Not everything that moves into 133 Mississaga St. E. will be called Tre Sorelle. The sisters take the name with them.

White plans to sue the company in some form. She hopes to be a vendor at farmers’ markets – closing the loop – and cooking food at home for online sales. Stay tuned to Tre Sorelle’s social media accounts.

For now, diners should make the most of whatever time is left and enjoy the fantastic food Tre Sorelle has to offer.

“We’re still here and people still love what we do, so until we find a buyer, we’ll keep doing what we’re doing,” White said.

To the sisters, on behalf of your clients and your community, Grazie.

Nathan Taylor is Village Media’s central news desk editor. He writes a local food and drink column for OrilliaMatters.

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Italian media react to Ferrari’s latest strategic mistake https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-media-react-to-ferraris-latest-strategic-mistake/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 18:20:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-media-react-to-ferraris-latest-strategic-mistake/ The Italian media have reacted to Ferrari’s latest strategic mistake which cost Charles Leclerc a chance to challenge for pole. Corriere dello sport sided with Leclerc, saying the team was undecided when changing in the changing conditions. “It was chaos again, especially at Ferrari,” the publication wrote. “It started with the mechanics in Q1 not […]]]>

The Italian media have reacted to Ferrari’s latest strategic mistake which cost Charles Leclerc a chance to challenge for pole.

Corriere dello sport sided with Leclerc, saying the team was undecided when changing in the changing conditions.

“It was chaos again, especially at Ferrari,” the publication wrote. “It started with the mechanics in Q1 not knowing which tires to put under Leclerc’s car.

“A decision had to be made: intermediate? Used softs, new softs? It ended up being the last one, but we saw a whirlwind on several tires.

“When there was also a red flag for Russell’s mistake, poor Leclerc didn’t stand a chance. He came back into the pits with his head down. He was still standing in front of the press, but you could clearly see that he was desperate.”

Leclerc’s error?

Corriere della Sera was less lenient towards Leclerc saying, like Damon Hill, that the Monegasque should bear some of the blame for the indecision and compares him to Max Verstappen.

“But it was also a mistake by Leclerc. He doesn’t know how to keep a cool head in critical situations,” they wrote.

“In the front row we see Max Verstappen again, who manages to stay in his own bubble in critical situations.”

Italy’s largest sports newspaper, The Gazzetta dello Sportpointed out how the team had arrived too late to tell Leclerc to look for slicks at the start of Q3 before the red flag.

“A bitter day for Leclerc,” the post read. “He was the only one on the intermediates, which made his first lap less than interesting.

“Then he was told to come in. ‘Fine,’ was the Monegasque’s response.”

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Truffles, visits to private collections and tons of prizes: Turin’s contemporary art scene shines during the Artissima fair https://anteospaziocinema.com/truffles-visits-to-private-collections-and-tons-of-prizes-turins-contemporary-art-scene-shines-during-the-artissima-fair/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 19:08:43 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/truffles-visits-to-private-collections-and-tons-of-prizes-turins-contemporary-art-scene-shines-during-the-artissima-fair/ Before heading to Turin last week, an American collector gave me an unforgettable review of the city’s Artissima art fair: “It’s the only fair where you can exchange art for truffles. The comment turns out to be more attitude than reality (although the prices are somewhat comparable, Italian truffles are around $1,500 a pound), and […]]]>

Before heading to Turin last week, an American collector gave me an unforgettable review of the city’s Artissima art fair: “It’s the only fair where you can exchange art for truffles.

The comment turns out to be more attitude than reality (although the prices are somewhat comparable, Italian truffles are around $1,500 a pound), and while I haven’t seen any knobby mushrooms circulating in the fair, I ate them elsewhere on handmade tagliatelle during my visit. What the collector meant was that in Turin, food, wine and art are part of a whole, much more than in other fair cities like Basel, Cologne or even Madrid. This is Italy, after all.

The city of Turin, nestled like a posh base camp in the Italian Alps, is one of the country’s wealthiest cities, and the region in and around it is the heart of big industry and commerce. bank, as well as nobility. Among the companies headquartered are automakers Fiat and Alfa Romeo, Italy’s biggest bank Intesa Sanpaolo and coffee brand Lavazza, to name a few.

Turin is also the former seat of Italy’s royal family, the House of Savoy, and that history lingers in the air along its parade-ready avenues. The fair’s VIP roster, in turn, is clustered with deep-pocketed, cultured shareholders as well as distant dynastic riches and, above all, the eagle-eyed curators of the various foundations of these two sets.

Artissima 2022, Photo credit: Perottino – Piva – Peirone / Artissima

Some of these important personalities from the region dined together on Wednesday evening, around white-covered tables at the Michelin-starred restaurant at the Castello di Rivoli. They were brought to the museum to celebrate the opening of Olafur Eliasson’s “Trembling Horizons” exhibition.

In the other wing, a labyrinth of palace rooms contains Cerutti’s historical collection, as well as the rather expensive Beeple collection. A human, a digital sculpture of a walking astronaut, on loan from digital art collector Ryan Zurrer. It rubs shoulders with that of Francis Bacon Study for Portrait IX (1956–57).

An Italian collector I met sat near the pair of works. “If the French had an inch of the taste and talent of the Italians…” he said, speaking neither of Bacon nor of Beeple, whose work he did not like at all, but of the very architecture of the château. which surrounded him.

A human by Michael Winkelmann (Beeple) at the Museum of Modern Art of the Château de Rivoli, Turin. Photo: Roberto Serra—Iguana Press/Getty Images.

Everything that happens in Turin is certainly imbued with a bit of aesthetic magic, because the sites and the landscape of the city are particularly beautiful. The studio of the late artist Carol Rama is here, on the top floor of a historic building, where she blocked all the windows because Turin was too beautiful and distracting for her. It remains intact and, since its death in 2015, is open for visits.

To build his universe at the Castelo di Rivoli, Eliasson has also darkened the museum of teverything and the long wing of the Manica Lunga gallery, which has been interrupted by kaleidoscopic sculptures that you can enter. Wobbly light projections create an illusion (of sorts) that the projections extend beyond the walls of the room.

While Rivoli’s show seemed to aim for embodied sensation and immersion, less engaging was American artist Arthur Jafa’s installation at OGR Turin, housed in a late 19th-century steam engine repair shop. century, another testimony to the former industrial power. in Torino. Viewers sat on a large wedge of wood that shook and vibrated under the weight of a booming soundscape accompanying an 85-minute video of a rough sea made up of computer-generated black rocks. The ocean of stones moves back and forth, rising in places to seem to threaten to overwhelm the viewer before receding again, and the horizon returns.

The film installation, conceived in collaboration with London’s Serpentine Galleries, was another brilliant manifestation of Jafa’s nuanced investigation of black identity through the avenues of visual archives and music. He described abstract film work, a bold step away from his fast-cut found works, a la Giornale d’ell Arte like a [James] Turrell chained to the bottom of a ship.

View of Arthur Jafa’s “RHAMESJAFACOSEYJAFADRAYTON” show at the OGR Torino. Pictured: Kate Brown.

Meanwhile, the Artissima art fair, around which all these big-budget openings have been coordinated, is known to be ripe for new discoveries, a reputation I found true.

It is housed in the former Olympic sports arena of the 2006 Winter Games in Turin. And while there was a more collaborative spirit here, it was visibly international, bringing together 174 dealers in 27 countries. It’s not a regional fair either – Italian galleries outnumber visitors.

Seven curators are involved in the selection of works or galleries for the fair in different capacities, which brings a range of positions. There is, for example, a section dedicated to drawing, and emerging art is at the heart of another centrally located sector called ‘Present Future’, not tucked away in a back corner like many other fairs. The new director of Artissima, Luigi Fassi, is also curator.

Rossella Biscotti Terrestrial trees (Alberi sulla terra) (2021) at Mor Charpentier, Paris and Bogota. Photo: Perottino-Piva-Peirane / Artissima.

Delegations from institutions were omnipresent. “I hate art fairs, but I love Artissima,” a German museum director told me between sips of cold Barrolo wine. And while there’s an almost dizzying amount of different awards handed out over the four days of the fair, it’s a good-natured effort to deliver real-world commitment from fair sponsors.

There was also a roll call of acquisitions: the The Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT acquired 10 works; Rivoli Castle purchased a group of poignant sculptures – large reconstituted clay urns made with the ashes of olive trees burned by Rossella Biscotti – on display at Mor Charpentier; and the work of Simone Forti, exhibited at Raffaela Cortesi, was among the works acquired by GAM – Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna di Torino.

Overall, merchants seem pleased with the quality of the fair and the interest and engagement of its visitors, not to mention more intimate access to the Italian elite than one might encounter. at larger fairs like Art Basel. Although, as one dealer said, you might have to give a heavy discount for a work here, it’s usually because what you’re selling is going into a terrific public collection.

Foreign collectors were in town, including Frederic de Goldschmidt and Alain Servais, among special attendees at Patrizia Sandretto re Rebaudengo’s annual dinner at her home, which included curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, artist Oscar Murillo, the outgoing world director of Art Basel Marc Spiegler and Jafa. The lavish and artfully choreographed dinner is hosted by the influential patron of contemporary art, a cornerstone of Turin’s art scene. This is evidenced by its foundation, which presents a major exhibition of contemplative paintings by Victor Man and a new commission from Beirut artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan. At home, on the ground floor, there are works by Avery Singer, Maurizio Cattelan and Jana Euler; the house naturally has its own floor plan available to visitors.

The house of Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Photos Maurizio Elia, Courtesy Collection Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

“I’m quite happy that in the fair in my hometown there are the right amount of people”, Sandretto re Rebaudengo said, referring to Paris+ and Frieze, which were marred by overcrowded rooms and long lines. “You can walk around and talk with the galleries,” she noted.

That said, in Italy, as everywhere else, the effects of the pandemic linger, one of which is that artworld venues have seen declines in attendance – and, in tandem, ticketing revenue – as well as more precarious situations for funding. This is not helped in any way by the war in Ukraine.

Just before the start of Turin Art Week events in Florence, Uffizi director Eike Schmidt was forced to keep the museum closed for a public holiday due to reduced staff costs. After a thorny comment from new Culture Secretary Gennaro Sangiuliano, Schmidt reminded his new boss that Italian museums needed economic “reinforcements”. No one I spoke to in Turin knows exactly what the new government, led by a right-wing coalition, will mean for the cultural field, let alone society in general.

View of the Intesa Sanpaolo Publifoto archives at the Gallerie dItalia Torino, the fourth museum of the Intesa Sanpaolo bank. Photo: Marco Bertorello/AFP via Getty Images.

As such a hub, customers love Sandretto re Rebaudengo are perhaps increasingly essential to the city’s art scene, as emblems of stability in times of flux. A museum curator from Turin pointed this out to me, saying that private money has helped them get through the last few years and keep putting on ambitious exhibitions. Artissima and Turin are particularly well equipped, not only because of the apparent wealth of the region, but because there is an ingrained spirit of collaboration, between the State, the art market, institutions and private companies. .

Take for example Intesa Sanpaolo’s new Gallerie d’Italia, its fourth museum, which opened this year and focuses on image-based media. The private collection also has a public mandate: during Artissima, the cinematographic works of some galleries participating in the fair were presented at the Gallerie d’Italia.

“I really believe that it is important to find ways to collaborate between all of us in Turin,” noted Sandretto re Rebaudengo as she flipped through her Artissima map and described her week of exhibition and awards plans. “It’s the best way forward right now.”

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Marcelo Brozovic will be called up to Inter’s squad for Serie A Derby D’Italia clash with Juventus, Italian media detail https://anteospaziocinema.com/marcelo-brozovic-will-be-called-up-to-inters-squad-for-serie-a-derby-ditalia-clash-with-juventus-italian-media-detail/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 11:46:34 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/marcelo-brozovic-will-be-called-up-to-inters-squad-for-serie-a-derby-ditalia-clash-with-juventus-italian-media-detail/ Croatian international midfielder Marcelo Brozovic will be called up to the Nerazzurri squad to face Juventus at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday but is expected to start the game on the bench. According to an article in today’s print edition of the Milan-based Gazzetta dello Sport, as reported via FCInterNewsMarcelo Brozovic is expected to be […]]]>

Croatian international midfielder Marcelo Brozovic will be called up to the Nerazzurri squad to face Juventus at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday but is expected to start the game on the bench.

According to an article in today’s print edition of the Milan-based Gazzetta dello Sport, as reported via FCInterNewsMarcelo Brozovic is expected to be called up by Inter coach Simone Inzaghi for the move to Juventus, but he is set to start on the bench.

The former Dinamo Zagreb player has missed Inter’s last nine games in all competitions with a hamstring injury which sidelined him for around 40 days.

However, yesterday Brozovic returned to full training with the rest of the Nerazzurri squad without any problems and if he is able to do so in today’s training session as well, he will be included. in the squad to travel to Turin to face Juventus.

The Croatian international midfielder joined Dinamo Zagreb in August 2012 for a reported fee of €2.4m. During his three-year stint with Dinamo Zagreb, Marcelo Brozovic played 99 times in all competitions, scoring 13 goals in the process.

In January 2015, Brozovic joined Inter Milan on an initial loan of €3 million and the loan was made permanent in July 2016 for a further €5 million.

Since joining Inter, the Croatian international midfielder has played 299 times in all competitions, scoring 30 goals in the process.

Before his hamstring injury, he played nine times in all competitions this season, scoring two goals in the process.

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FIFA World Cup 2022, Socceroos News, Cristian Volpato, Roma FC, Scores, Results, Garang Kuol, A-League https://anteospaziocinema.com/fifa-world-cup-2022-socceroos-news-cristian-volpato-roma-fc-scores-results-garang-kuol-a-league/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 23:42:35 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/fifa-world-cup-2022-socceroos-news-cristian-volpato-roma-fc-scores-results-garang-kuol-a-league/ There is just one week left before Socceroos manager Graham Arnold decides on his 26-man squad for the Qatar World Cup. But one of Australian rules football’s hottest prospects, teenager Cristian Volpato, entered the fray as a bolter after scoring and assisting Italian giants Roma in the biggest moment of his blossoming career to date. […]]]>

There is just one week left before Socceroos manager Graham Arnold decides on his 26-man squad for the Qatar World Cup.

But one of Australian rules football’s hottest prospects, teenager Cristian Volpato, entered the fray as a bolter after scoring and assisting Italian giants Roma in the biggest moment of his blossoming career to date.

The performance reignites a long-running debate over whether Arnold should cap Volpato and thereby secure his allegiance to Australia rather than Italy, which he is also eligible to represent internationally.

Volpato, who had already been shunned by Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers before his meteoric rise at Roma, represented Italy’s youth international teams but did not play at senior international level – meaning the first nation debuting him will effectively lock him up. for the future.

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Jose Mourinho’s Roma were level with Verona at 1-1 before the final two minutes at the Stadio Bentegodi. Then the 18-year-old Volpato met fellow substitute Nemanja Matic’s low cross with a perfect first time to put the away team ahead.

Australian-born Volpato then ensured Roma took three points when he slipped past Stephan El Shaarawy to score a third in stoppage time with a perfect pass.

Volpato with El Shaarawy after the match.Source: AFP

It propelled his side past Lazio to fourth in Serie A, a week before the Rome derby.

“The manager called me, I hadn’t even warmed up or anything. I’m really happy that I came, scored and changed the game,” Volpato said after his first appearance of the campaign. Asked what Mourinho told him, he replied: “He said I must have been very lucky!”

“I know I’m the youngest and I have to be patient and respect everyone,” Volpato added of the likelihood of starting for the team. He has made four Serie A appearances – including three last season – scoring twice.

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Volpato celebrates his brilliant goal.Source: AFP

Legendary manager Mourinho says he’s not afraid to launch the youngster into action from the bench.

“I believed in the talent of a young boy (Volpato), his creativity and his sense of goal,” Mourinho said after the match.

“After getting a taste of the first team, he signed a contract extension, and now he is a player with first-team quality.

“He is young, he still has a lot to learn every day, but he already has the required level.

“When I put it in, it wasn’t me who was crazy or taking an absurd risk.

“I didn’t know for sure he was going to score the winning goal, but I knew he had the ability.”

In February, Volpato scored his first Serie A goal – also against Verona. But Socceroos manager Graham Arnold has said he won’t give the youngster a cap (and stop him playing for Italy) until he’s earned it.

“I’m not just capping people and binding them for life – that’s Cristian’s decision and his family’s decision,” Arnold told News Corp.

“We watch him, we watch him, we talk to him, I talked to his dad Oscar… they’re a nice family and good people.

“The most important thing is that Cristian makes the right decision about what is right for him,

“I would love for Cristian to play for Australia, but the conversation revolves around what he wants to do and what his family wants.”

“Right now, Cristian is undoubtedly enjoying this incredible experience working with Jose Mourinho and his agent (Italian and Roma legend) Francesco Totti, and the conversations they have with him are no doubt about his career and his life. .”

Volpato’s reputation with Australian fans took a hit in March after the Socceroos were beaten at home by Japan in World Cup qualifying – a result that forced the Aussies into the play-offs to secure a place in Qatar. The teenager sent friends a Snapchat that showed the result of the match alongside a laughing emoji, an image that quickly went viral on social media and sparked a lot of angst among Socceroos faithful.

But if he can back up his brilliant effort against Verona with solid performances against Ludogorets in the Europa League and then a massive derby with Lazio, Graham Arnold will be strongly tempted to call him up for the World Cup – and with Italy absent from the Qatar, Australian fans may well have the last laugh.

Mentor and former manager Tony Basha, however, thinks Volpato is unlikely to represent the Socceroos, telling Kick 360: “I think his heart is set on representing Italy.

“He is playing in the youth team and doing very well and there are very, very strong rumors that the Italian national team are going to call him up to the first team.

“He’s not mad at Australia, he’s a proud Aussie kid, but the people who work around him want him to continue playing football for Roma. At this point I don’t think that there is a chance he plays for the Socceroos.

In another interview with FTBL, Basha said: “I don’t want to be the bearer of bad news but I think he’s staying with Italy at the moment.”

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In September, Arnold made his Socceroos debut to fellow 18-year-old striker Garang Kuol, although the youngster had never started a senior professional game.

Kuol came off the bench nine times for the Central Coast Mariners Men’s A-League final season, scoring four times and assisting another. But he impressed for the national team, earned a future Premier League move with Newcastle United and started the new domestic campaign in stellar form.

This weekend he came off the bench against defending champions Western United and had another massive impact. A damaging run through midfield ended in brutal fashion when he was brought down by Nikolai Topor-Stanley, the tackle earning him a red card from VAR.

Then he left United’s Ben Garuccio looking silly when he muscled up the back and sent in a cross that deflected past Jason Cummings to score.

Coach Nick Montgomery told Paramount+ after the game: “Everyone says, ‘Start it’, but look: I don’t think he’s ready to start the games.

“Because the impact he has when he faces Barcelona, ​​for the Socceroos, in the A-League is magnificent.

“I don’t want to put that pressure on him, (but) if I was Graham Arnold I would be looking to take him on as an impact player. I told him that this week I told him he has to work harder and if he wants to start he has to work harder and show me that he is ready to start.

Montgomery continued: “I thought today was the right decision to bring him on at half-time. He was a game-changer. His potential is huge and everyone can see that.

Kuol and Cummings made their Socceroos debut together, with Cummings scoring a penalty won by Kuol – and their flourishing combination at club level will likely convince Arnold to select the two for the Socceroos World Cup squad, which will be announced on November 8 .

Cummings added a hat-trick of assists to his goal for the Mariners at the weekend, leading the team to a 4-2 victory after falling two goals. He might even have scored a hat-trick if two of his other strikes hadn’t been canceled.

Cummings scored 10 goals in 21 appearances last season, with two out of three this time around.

Both men have one last chance to book their place on the plane to Qatar when they face Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday.

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Elsewhere in the A-League, 21-year-old winger Marco Tilio – already capped five times this year under Arnold – turned in his best performance of the season for Melbourne City.

Tilio won a penalty and scored in the first half for City against Wellington Phoenix, before the Victorian club spit their comfortable lead in a 2-2 draw.

Jamie Maclaren scored the penalty for City, his fifth in four games this season to comfortably lead the golden boot race – and establish himself as a virtual lock for the Socceroos from Qatar.

Craig Goodwin (Adelaide United) is another Socceroo on the rise in the A-League of late, having struggled with injury in pre-season.

After two roles off the bench in the early rounds, he played the full 90 minutes in back-to-back games and opened his goalscoring account against Perth last time out.

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Paramount+ analyst Daniel McBreen said: “He can’t not be (on the plane). In my opinion, he is without a doubt the best Australian player currently playing in the Men’s A-League.

“He’s constantly creating chances, he’s scoring goals, his delivery is second to none, especially from set pieces as well, I can’t see unless, and barring injury, he’s touching wood, no reason why he wouldn’t be (on the plane).”

“He also has goals in him,” added Scott McDonald. “He is still a threat going forward.

“What he sometimes lacks in rhythm, you might say, he has in cunning. When he enters these areas more often than not… he chooses the right person.

“He’s been involved in everything that’s good at Adelaide United today, and that’s no surprise – he still is. If he keeps that form ahead of the World Cup, he has to be in the game. airplane for me.

Winger Brandon Borrello (Western Sydney Wanderers) hasn’t played for the Socceroos since winning his fourth cap in June 2021. But he scored and hit the woodwork in a 2-0 win over the Jets of Newcastle, and would have had an assist if Kusini Yengi didn’t miss a chance.

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Osimhen’s hat-trick gives Napoli six clean sheets, Inter in top four https://anteospaziocinema.com/osimhens-hat-trick-gives-napoli-six-clean-sheets-inter-in-top-four/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 18:02:05 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/osimhens-hat-trick-gives-napoli-six-clean-sheets-inter-in-top-four/ Victor Osimhen sent Napoli six points clear of the chasing pack on Saturday with their first Serie A hat-trick in a 4-0 win over Sassuolo, while in-form Inter Milan beat Sampdoria 3-0 to close of the first four. Nigeria striker Osimhen scored twice in the first 19 minutes at Napoli, then netted his third 13 […]]]>

Victor Osimhen sent Napoli six points clear of the chasing pack on Saturday with their first Serie A hat-trick in a 4-0 win over Sassuolo, while in-form Inter Milan beat Sampdoria 3-0 to close of the first four.

Nigeria striker Osimhen scored twice in the first 19 minutes at Napoli, then netted his third 13 minutes from time to ensure Luciano Spalletti’s side extended both their winning streak club record at 13 matches and their lead over champions AC Milan, who face Torino. Sunday.

The 23-year-old burst into the squad after more than a month out with a thigh injury, scoring six goals in his last four Serie A and Champions League appearances.

Saturday’s clinical display of finishing took his league tally this season to seven goals from eight appearances and put him level with Bologna’s Marko Arnautovic at the top of the Italy goalscoring charts.

“I just want to help keep the momentum going, I want to keep helping my team,” Osimhen told DAZN.

“I think this season the coach has given me as much confidence as possible and I’m really happy to work with him.”

Osimhen’s first two goals were scored by Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, this year’s revelation who also scored the third in a thrilling performance on the day Napoli celebrated the 62nd birthday of late club icon Diego Maradona, who would have summer sunday.

Georgia winger Kvaratskhelia has scored eight times and set up eight more since arriving in the summer and plays for Napoli with the kind of zest and freedom few have since Maradona fled Italy in disgrace in the early 1990s .

Napoli are still unbeaten, have scored 50 times in all competitions and are starting to look like the real deal, a side that could end a 32-year wait for the league title in southern Italy’s biggest city , crazy about football.

– Inter promenade in front of Samp –

Inter are fifth after beating Sampdoria 3-0 on a bizarre night in which their die-hard fans left the San Siro at half-time after one of the most ‘ultra’ supporters was killed. notorious at the club shortly before kick-off.

Simone Inzaghi’s side were top after reaching the Champions League knockout stages on Wednesday, and they are fifth, level on 24 points with third-placed Lazio and Atalanta, who both play on Sunday, after their sixth victory in seven matches in all. competitions.

Inter won thanks to a Stefan De Vrij header midway through the first half, Nicolo Barella’s delicious finish just before the break and Joaquin Correa’s long-range effort in the 73rd minute.

However, the Curva Nord section of the stadium remained silent and then came out en masse at the break in honor of Vittorio Boiocchi, a 69-year-old man sentenced in the 1990s to more than two decades in prison for drug trafficking who was shot near his home on the outskirts of Milan.

Italian media report that Boiocchi – who had a criminal record dating back to the mid-1970s – was unable to attend Inter matches as he was banned for his role in clashes ahead of a home game against Napoli in 2018 in which a supporter was killed after being hit by a van.

Nicolo Fagioli gave struggling Juventus a 1-0 win at Lecce with his first-ever Sere A goal in the 73rd minute of a largely uneventful game.

Juve traveled to Lecce with rumors of a manager change following their early Champions League exit, but the 21-year-old unleashed an irresistible curling strike that left him on the verge of tears.

“I’m so happy. I’ve been waiting for this moment all my life and to do it in a Juventus shirt was just amazing,” he told DAZN.

Fagioli’s strike leaves Juve seventh, 10 points behind Napoli, while Lecce remain two ahead of Samp who sit just inside the relegation zone.

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Social media influencer Marzia Kjellberg to auction dog artwork for charity East Sussex https://anteospaziocinema.com/social-media-influencer-marzia-kjellberg-to-auction-dog-artwork-for-charity-east-sussex/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 22:48:48 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/social-media-influencer-marzia-kjellberg-to-auction-dog-artwork-for-charity-east-sussex/ The Italian designer offers illustrations of her pugs, Maya and Edgar, to raise funds for the Raystede Center for Animal Welfare in Ringmer. Marzia said: “I spent 8 years in Brighton, UK and tried to support animal charities through my business. When I came across Raystede, I knew I wanted to help, and I still […]]]>

The Italian designer offers illustrations of her pugs, Maya and Edgar, to raise funds for the Raystede Center for Animal Welfare in Ringmer.

Marzia said: “I spent 8 years in Brighton, UK and tried to support animal charities through my business. When I came across Raystede, I knew I wanted to help, and I still remember once I made my first donation, I was then sent a letter explaining how the contribution went to help a small puppy litter.

“Loved seeing how committed the people at Raystede are and how welcoming they have been from day one.

The Italian designer offers illustrations of her pugs, Maya and Edgar, to raise funds for the Raystede Center for Animal Welfare in Ringmer.

“I was lucky enough to get a guided tour of their center and was blown away by the level of care and attention provided, as well as the wide variety of animals cared for. So I am very happy to be involved in this auction.”

The A4 size illustrations are the only ones that exist and are signed by Marzia and will be sold in wooden frames measuring approximately 24cms x 33cms.

Marzia added: “When I provided the two illustrations, I was asked to create a portrait of my own dogs, Maya and Edgar.

“We had Maya when she was 6, and she had already lost an eye. People online always said she looked like she was winking in every photo, and since then she’s had the sweetest and sweetest personality.

Marzia Kjellberg said, “Edgar is the most lovable and playful dog, bringing so much joy to our day with his mischief.”

“This design depicts Maya cheering whoever looks at her. She’s our little soldier.

“Edgar has always been the opposite of Maya, needing a diaper to keep him from doing his stuff indoors, climbing on tables and barking at every moving thing.

“But he’s the most adorable and playful dog, bringing so much joy to our day with his mischief.”

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Marzia said, “Maya is our little soldier.”

Those interested in artwork can bid on these exclusive works on Raystede’s eBay store through October 30.

Marzia currently lives in Toyko and rose to fame through her videos on her now inactive YouTube channel, Marzia.

She has also ventured into writing, fashion design and business and has over 8 million followers online.

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Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni named Italian prime minister https://anteospaziocinema.com/far-right-leader-giorgia-meloni-named-italian-prime-minister/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 18:56:15 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/far-right-leader-giorgia-meloni-named-italian-prime-minister/ ROME — Giorgia Meloni, whose party with neo-fascist roots finished first in recent elections, was sworn in on Saturday as Italy’s first far-right prime minister since the end of World War II, pledging to work to help Europe and the United States to meet common challenges. Meloni, 45, was sworn in before President Sergio Mattarella, […]]]>

ROME — Giorgia Meloni, whose party with neo-fascist roots finished first in recent elections, was sworn in on Saturday as Italy’s first far-right prime minister since the end of World War II, pledging to work to help Europe and the United States to meet common challenges.

Meloni, 45, was sworn in before President Sergio Mattarella, who formally asked him on Friday to form a government. She is the first woman to hold the office of Prime Minister.

Her Brothers of Italy party, which she co-founded in 2012, will govern in coalition with Matteo Salvini’s right-wing League and the conservative Forza Italia party led by former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, whose parties have not also performed well in September of the country. 25 elections.

Meloni signed a pledge to be loyal to the postwar Italian republic, and Mattarella countersigned it. As head of state, the president is the guarantor of Italy’s Constitution, drafted in the years immediately following the end of World War II and the demise of fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.

The 24 ministers of Meloni’s government were also sworn in in a lavish hall in the Quirinal Palace.

She will outline her priorities when seeking support from parliament ahead of the required votes of confidence from new governments next week.

Those votes could point to cracks in the three-party coalition if one of Berlusconi’s or Salvini’s lawmakers, perhaps unhappy at not getting the ministries he wanted for his party, doesn’t come around to it.

Meloni’s government replaces that led by Mario Draghi, a former head of the European Central Bank who was appointed by Mattarella in 2021 to lead a pandemic national unity coalition. Meloni refused to join this coalition, insisting that voters must decide the composition of their governments.

During his campaign, Meloni insisted that national interests would prevail over European Union policies in the event of a conflict.

Salvini’s right-wing League party has at times leaned eurosceptic. An admirer of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Salvini questioned the wisdom of EU sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, arguing they risk hurting Italian businesses.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen praised Meloni, noting that she was the first woman to serve as prime minister.

“I count on and look forward to constructive cooperation with the new government on the challenges we face together,” the EU chief said.

Meloni tweeted that she was “looking forward and ready to work with you to build EU resilience in the face of our common challenges”.

An immediate challenge for Meloni will be ensuring that Italy remains firmly aligned with other major Western nations to help Ukraine fight off Russian invaders.

In the days leading up to his nomination as prime minister, Meloni issued an ultimatum to his other main coalition partner, Berlusconi, because of his declared sympathy for Putin and his dismissive comments about the Ukrainian president.

Berlusconi, in remarks to Forza Italia lawmakers, appeared to justify the Russian invasion in February to install what he called a “decent” government in the Ukrainian capital.

After making it clear that she demanded unwavering support for Ukraine, as well as NATO and EU positions on Russia’s war – “Italy with us in government will never be the weak link of the West,” she said – Meloni has hired a longtime Berlusconi stalwart with strong pro-EU credentials as foreign minister.

Antonio Tajani was previously President of the European Parliament.

In his congratulatory tweet for Meloni, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made no reference to Berlusconi slamming him. “I look forward to continued fruitful cooperation to ensure peace and prosperity in Ukraine, Italy and around the world!” Zelensky wrote.

Meloni replied that Italy “will always be at the side of the brave Ukrainian people who are fighting for their freedom and for a legitimate peace”.

US President Joe Biden, in congratulating Meloni, hailed Italy as “a vital NATO ally and close partner as our nations tackle common global challenges together.”

“As G-7 leaders, I look forward to continuing to advance our support for Ukraine, to hold Russia accountable for its aggression, to ensure respect for human rights and democratic values, and to build sustainable economic growth,” Biden said.

In a statement thanking Biden, Meloni said she looked forward to working together “for freedom and international security.”

“The United States and Italy are united by a deep friendship and by the transatlantic partnership, based on common values,” she said, referring to NATO.

With potential hesitation in parliament from sympathetic Russian allies, as well as former Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, a populist opposition leader, over continuing arms supplies to Ukraine, Meloni appointed one of his party’s co-founders, Guido Crosetto, as Defense Minister.

While Meloni presented herself as crucial in combating left-wing ideology, Crosetto struck a more conciliatory note.

“Whoever governs represents the whole nation, gets rid of his partisan garb and assumes that of collective responsibility,” the new defense minister told reporters.

The European political right, eager to dominate on the continent, welcomed Meloni’s rise to power.

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen, referring to Meloni and Salvini, wrote on Twitter: “Across Europe, patriots are coming to power and with them, this Europe of nations.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban also hailed the birth of Italy’s new government as a “great day for the European right”.

In an unusual twist for a country used to male-dominated politics and power, Meloni’s partner, a journalist in Berlusconi’s media empire, attended Saturday’s swearing-in ceremony with the 6-year-old daughter of the couple, Ginevra.

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Giada Zampano in Rome contributed.

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ALFASIGMA ACQUIRES THE WHOLE SHARE CAPITAL OF SOFAR, AN ITALIAN PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY https://anteospaziocinema.com/alfasigma-acquires-the-whole-share-capital-of-sofar-an-italian-pharmaceutical-company/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 06:45:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/alfasigma-acquires-the-whole-share-capital-of-sofar-an-italian-pharmaceutical-company/ POMEZIE, Italy, October 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Alfasigma SpA has completed the acquisition of SOFAR SpA, officially beginning the process of integrating the two companies. The transaction, which was launched last August and was expected to be finalized in October 2022took place successfully in full compliance with the planned schedule. Alfasigma is one of the […]]]>

POMEZIE, Italy, October 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Alfasigma SpA has completed the acquisition of SOFAR SpA, officially beginning the process of integrating the two companies.

The transaction, which was launched last August and was expected to be finalized in October 2022took place successfully in full compliance with the planned schedule.

Alfasigma is one of the leading multinational pharmaceutical companies with a turnover of more than one billion euros in 2021, R&D facilities in Bologna and Pomezia, 3 production plants in Italy and 2 abroad, around 3,000 employees, a local presence in 17 markets and an indirect presence in around 70 countries.

SOFAR is an Italian pharmaceutical company active in the research, production and marketing of medicines, medical devices and food supplements – with a long tradition and well known to professionals and patients – with a turnover of more than 100 million, 150 references marketed in more than 10 therapeutic areas and 300 employees worldwide.

In addition, SOFAR brings 54 years of history in the field of gastroenterology and a product portfolio very complementary to that of Alfasigma.

This purchase,” said Stefano Golinelli, President of Alfasigmawill bring our company the ultimate consolidation in the Italian market and an even stronger concentration in the field of gastroenterology, thus adding to the ambitious growth strategy of our company and meeting the challenge strongly desired by my father, the Cavaliere Marino Golinelli, to always look to the future future“.

Both companies are reasonably inclined to innovation. SOFAR in particular has developed, through the Kilometro Rosso Science and Technology Park in Bergamo, a center of excellence in microbiota research, while Alfasigma is developing a portfolio of products focused on the gastrointestinal field.

The integration between the two companies, through the development of their respective scientific know-how, will enable an even more leading position in the gastrointestinal field, a field in which SOFAR achieves more than 80% of its sales.

Alfasigma has a clear objective in mind: to focus on innovation, to become increasingly stronger in the gastrointestinal field and to maximize the potential of the international market. We are one of the main multinational pharmaceutical companies with Italian capital, we start from a solid present that is at the same time full of potential for the future, with great opportunities for improvementyou”, explains Francesco Balestrieri Chairman and CEO of Alfasigma which adds “We want to be more international, more specialized and more focused on the gastroenterology field. We still have room to develop the current portfolio, starting with the internationalization of the Consumer Healthcare division. Physiological growth will be accompanied by major inorganic development globally and in Europe in order to develop our R&D pipeline in Gastro specialty areas. The goal is to more than double our revenues in 10 years“ notes the CEO.

The synergy between the two companies will lead to the expansion of Alfasigma’s product range by Italy and in foreign markets, by adding SOFAR products to its portfolio: Pentacol, Enterolactis and Gerdoff for the gastrointestinal field; Cistiflux and Siler for the gynecological/urological field.

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