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  • Arsenal must ‘keep the ball better’, warns Unai Emery

    first_img Comment Unai Emery was unhappy with one element of his side’s win against Standard Liege (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Unai Emery admits his side still have much room for improvement despite their ‘fantastic’ 4-0 victory against Standard Liege.Two early goals from Gabriel Martinelli and another from Joe Willock gave the Gunners a 3-0 lead at half-time, which Dani Ceballos added to in the second half.It was Arsenal’s slickest attacking display of the season but there was a measure of disappointment that the side only managed one goal after the 22nd minute.An element of sloppiness crept into Arsenal’s play and, while Emery was happy with the nature of the victory, he insists they must do better in possession to improve.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 4 Oct 2019 9:14 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link285Shares Advertisement Arsenal breezed past Standard Liege (Picture: Getty)‘We played with intensity but then we conceded some possession but we kept the clean sheet. We can improve in how to keep the ball but for the players today, they are very tired after playing on Monday and they still played fantastic, it’s a fantastic victory,’ said Emery.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘To have six points after the two matches, it’s really important. We can take confidence. We were consistent over the 90 minutes and we can take a lot of positivity from tonight’s game,’ said Emery.‘The players, when they did all they can like tonight, it is perfect. We did a lot of good, we can analyse to continue to improve. It’s a fantastic victory.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityEmery made a number of changes from the side that drew with Manchester United at Old Trafford on Monday.Youngsters like Willock and Reiss Nelson paid back Emery’s faith with fine performances and the Spaniard says it’s important they keep getting opportunities.‘We have to give the chances to the young players and they take them. They are close to playing for us at the highest levels,’ said Emery.‘They showed tonight that they can perform and they can score. They are playing well, it’s good.’MORE: VIDEO: Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch orders players to target Virgil van Dijk in angry half-time team talk against Liverpool Arsenal must ‘keep the ball better’, warns Unai Emerylast_img read more

  • Petrol bombs and water cannon amid HK clashes

    first_imgThe violencebroke out after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators marched, despite beingdenied a police permit. HONKONG –Police in in this country have u sed water cannon and tear gas againstprotesters throwing petrol bombs and bricks near government offices in thecity. Scuffles alsobroke out later between rival protesters around the city. Earlier hundreds rallied outside the British Consulate, demanding the UK press China to maintain freedoms guaranteed during the 1997 handover. (BBC) Some protesters threw petrol bombs as violence broke out near government offices in Hong Kong on Sept. 16, 2019. REUTERSlast_img read more

  • 4 Pirates make All-Star team – McCutchen, Alvarez, Grilli, Locke

    first_imgCHICAGO (AP)—Justly rewarded for approaching the 84th Midsummer Classic with one of baseball’s best records, the Pirates placed four All-Stars on the 2013 National League squad.Center fielder Andrew McCutchen and closer Jason Grilli, whose selections were anticipated, are joined by third baseman Pedro Alvarez and young left-hander Jeff Locke.The quartet gives the Pirates their best All-Star representation in 32 years—since outfielders Dave Parker and Mike Easler, second baseman Phil Garner and third baseman Bill Madlock were tabbed in 1981.“We’re not the team that gets a token one [selection] anymore,” Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said. “We’ve earned our way.”The Pirates had only the obligatory All-Star rep in 14 of the 16 seasons prior to Hurdle taking over in 2011, with two selections the other years.“I’m proud of all four. They are organizational wins,” added Hurdle, who gathered the players in Wrigley Field’s visiting clubhouse at 1 p.m. CT to disclose their All-Stars and reported that “the vibe in here was really cool.”The All-Star announcements coincided with the Pirates’ first-ever Dads Road Trip. The fathers of McCutchen, Alvarez and Grilli were all present to share their sons’ glee and pride.“Obviously, it was a very special moment. I was super excited to get to share it with him,” Alvarez said of his dad, also named Pedro. “I wish my mom and sister were also here, but I got my wife and dad, and that made it very special. I’m happy.”McCutchen’s selection by the players was almost a given, since at the conclusion of last season, he was their pick to receive the Players Choice Award as NL Most Outstanding Player.He becomes the Pirates’ first three-time All-Star since infielder Freddy Sanchez (2006-07, 2009). But he is the Bucs first position player to make three consecutive All-Star teams since Bobby Bonilla (1988-91).FIRST TIME ALL-STAR—Pedro Alvarez was selected to the All-Star team for his first time. But if he continues to play the way he has, he will be joining McCutchen for many more. FUTURE ALL STAR—Pirates speedster Starling Marte slides into 3rd base in a game against the Brewers for his eighth triple of the year, Marte also leads the Pirates in stolen bases with 23. (Photos by William McBride)last_img read more

  • Number of days required to finish up English Premier League season revealed!

    first_imgAdvertisement 02m5wNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs82hWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E2upclj( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 3pc6w52Would you ever consider trying this?😱2d07Can your students do this? 🌚7xa7Roller skating! Powered by Firework The 2019/20 English Premier League season can be completed within 56 days and will likely to be played behind closed doors after the season resumes following the sudden halt in action due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The EFL, which oversees the Premier League, the Championship, League One and League Two, sent letters to all 71 clubs on Thursday adding training should only resume after 16 May at least, if it is safe to do so.Advertisement Image Credit: AFP“How and when we return (including training) is clearly subject to change and any decisions will be taken in conjunction with the government and relevant health authorities,” the letter said.“It is our working assumption at this stage that matches will be played behind closed doors when we eventually return and as part of our contingency planning, we are absolutely mindful of the need to try and mitigate the cost of this to clubs as best we can.”Advertisement But the EFL remains hopeful that the campaign can end this summer, with teams playing twice a week followed by the play-offs. However, there are no indications when the 2020/21 campaign might start.“Looking more long-term, the EFL must remain mindful of the implications that the extension of this season may have on the commencement of the 2020-21 campaign, although we will ensure there is a suitable break between the two, so as to allow clubs and staff sufficient time to regroup and prepare accordingly,” the letter read.Advertisement “There will be a sigh of relief as and when we reach that point, and what is clear right now is that Covid-19 continues to present hugely challenging and uncertain times for everyone, and our thoughts are with all those directly affected by the pandemic.”The 24 teams in the Championship (the second tier) has nine matchdays left while some clubs in League One (third tier) and League Two (fourth tier) have still 10 games to play.The current season was called off indefinitely on March 13 with the last matches to be played were a few League One and League Two games on 10 March.  You may also like:The players of this powerhouse European club just took a 90 Million Euro paycut!See the message David Beckham and family sent to healthcare workers who are battling Coronavirus  Advertisementlast_img read more