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Roberto Francisco Avallone Sao Paulo, 22 of February of 1947 – São Paulo, 25 of February of 2019 ) was a sportswriter Brazil
Roberto Francisco Avallone Biography
Graduated in Social Sciences from PUC São Paulo, Roberto Avallone began his career in journalism in the 1960s in the written press, in newspapers such as Jornal da Tarde, always covering the sports area.
He began his career in the sports world in 1966. In the same year, he went to the newspaper Última Hora , directed at the time by Álvaro Paes Leme. In 1967, he went to Jornal da Tarde, where he stayed for 23 years, twelve of them as head of sports reporting. It was also in the JT that he won two Esso Awards as head of the team that covered the World Cups in 1978 in Argentina and in 1986 in Mexico.
In 1984, he became the director of sports for TV Gazeta de São Paulo and, from the following year, began to present the program Round Table , always with much irreverence. With investigative material, reports, interviews, and controversies, the program was often an audience leader, which began to draw the attention of other broadcasters to this kind of attraction in their grids. Covered another four World Cups.
He resigned from the network in 2003 when he moved to RedeTV! , where did RedeTV! Sport and the Ball in the Net , until leaving, in 2005. That same year was contracted by Rede Bandeirantes de Televisão. Between 2005 and mid 2007, he was presenting the programs Total Sport and Interactive Sport , in addition to participating in Jornal da Band .
He also worked on radios Eldorado , Jovem Pan , Globo , Bandeirantes , Capital , Record and BandNews FM .
He presented the program No Pique , in the CNT , from 2009 until 2012. He maintained a blog in partnership with Universo Online .
In 2015, he was hired by SporTV , to discuss weekly in the SporTV Newsroom .
Avallone created catchphrases that usually pronounced the score contained in the phrase – for example, by presenting a beautiful goal , exclaimed “What great goal, exclamation ” or, when asking a question, saying “What will be the Corinthians ,? Question .”
He wrote the book The Incredible Stories of Football , by Editora Tipo.
Roberto Francisco Avallone Death and cause
Roberto Avallone died at the age of 72, on the morning of February 25, 2019, as a result of an acute myocardial infarction . He was taken to Hospital Santa Catarina , in São Paulo , but did not resist the cardiorespiratory arrest .