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first_img / 1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 9 Jun 2020 5:50 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link82Shares Advertisement Read More Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Read More Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Top articles Full Screen About Connatix V67539 Lehmann believes it was clear Emery was ‘not good enough’ for Arsenal and says he made a mistake when he first joined the club with his backroom team.The former Arsenal goalkeeper told Stadium Astro: ‘I was there as an assistant coach two years ago but then Arsene has left and they have changed the whole managerial team and I think they made a mistake by choosing the wrong guys.‘The people at the top sometimes don’t know what I know about football and they didn’t experience how to win things. So it’s not easy for them. ‘I think he wanted to bring his own staff who couldn’t even speak English. Then a guy like me, who was a player for them, I think he just didn’t want us.‘I think it was a big present to him that he was picked as a manager for Arsenal because I think he was not good, not good enough because he had this lingual problem.‘He may have some good ideas in Spanish but he never came across as being transferrable to English football.’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 CityFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno takes swipe at Bayern MunichMORE: Thomas Partey’s team-mate explains why he should join Arsenal SPONSORED Jens Lehmann slams Unai Emery and says former manager was ‘not good enough’ for Arsenal Read More by Metro PLAY Coming Next 1 min. story Comment Read More Video Settings Skip Ad Read More Unai Emery spent 16 months at Arsenal before being sacked (Picture: Getty)Jens Lehmann has slammed Unai Emery, claiming he was ‘not good enough’ to manage Arsenal and made a major mistake when he first joined the Premier League club.Arsenal appointed Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor following the 2017-18 season, with the Spaniard previously enjoying spells at PSG and Sevilla.The Gunners finished fifth in the Premier League during Emery’s first season in charge and reached the Europa League final, where they suffered a 4-1 defeat to London rivals Chelsea.Arsenal made a poor start to the 2019-20 season and Emery was sacked in November following a winless run of seven games, with Mikel Arteta unveiled as his replacement.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Skip last_img read more

first_imgMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago… and you can work off a big meal while admiring that same view from the gym.The home also has a self-contained level with its own kitchenette. Then there’s the master bedroom, with an enormous walk-in robe that has to be seen to be believed. “The master wardrobe is more like our shop, with space galore to see shoes, bags, clothes and jewellery, without moving things around – it’s a dream come true,’’ Ms Panettiere said.“And to top it off, my own makeup area, including a sink, so it’s all out of the bathroom, my husband says.” The masterpiece home was designed by Gold Coast-based Pillar Consulting, using designs and ideas sketched by the Panettieres inspired during their global travels. “One amazing piece, the glass floor on level two which looks down to the ground entry, even into the pool and spa, was from the Skywalk in Las Vegas. We couldn’t not fit this into the designs,’’ Ms Panettiere said. “It’s our own ‘New York view’, looking over the Brisbane River, across from New Farm Park to the city, and a skyline that goes on and on,’’ Ms Panettiere said. For Ms Panettiere, the kitchen and entertainment space on level three is a personal favourite. “I have always liked separate ovens for my cooking – meats in one, sweets in the other – and yes, I love cooking so there’s nothing like a steam oven too,’’ she said.“A perfect size walk-in pantry to have entertaining platters set up and ready to go was always a must in design.“The kitchen and entertainment spaces are always a hub in a family home so wherever you are you are not left out of communications and fun.” This hilltop house at Norman Park could rival a luxury apartment buildingIT HAS six levels and so many features it could be a luxury apartment complex. But this is no residental tower – it is a hilltop home at Norman Park.The owners of 53 Wendell St, Sharon and Michael Panettiere, designed and built their dream home three years ago after a lengthy search for the perfect block of land. The view from the kitchen and dining room is spectacular …Ms Panettiere said the kitchen was definitely a favourite space with the family as it was very organised.“I have plenty of fridges and our teppanyaki plate for when my husband cooks up a storm,’’ she said.The home has a nine-person lift which travels between the multiple living areas.Other features of the property are a swimming pool, an eight-person spa, gym and an office.There is also an oversized cocktail bar, theatre room with optic fibre lights, projector, surround sound and elevated seating. The builders were family, the Panettieres – who have completed multiple prestige homes and residential towers.The home has a six-car basement carpark, imported fixtures and fittings and ducted and zoned airconditioning.There is a security intercom and the house has custom-built joinery throughout.No expense, idea or design feature was spared in the creation of the home. “To say we will miss this home would be an understatement,’’ Ms Panettiere said.“But because of the hard work and determination of my husband when embarking on this project, we will be forever grateful to see it go to the next generation to enjoy.’’ The property is listed with Damon Warat at Ray White Ascot and David Price of Ray White East Brisbane, with tenders closing on September 25. There’s also a host of little inclusions which make the home so special. “The cellar – with space to keep the special wines and have social games of chess or cards, to chill out after a big day – is always a pleasure,” Ms Panettiere said.A timber feature which surrounds the front door was salvaged from the property’s old jetty, and includes the original nails and bolts. “I wanted to include some of the old charm within the design and have it be a notable feature from the moment you enter,’’ Ms Panettiere said.last_img read more

first_imgCitizen Link 14 February 2014Facebook users now have more than 50 terms to choose from — in addition to him, her or them — when choosing their online “gender” preference.The Associate Press, which broke the story Thursday, interviewed Focus on the Family Gender Issues Analyst Jeff Johnston. He told the news outlet that Facebook is allowed to manage its site how it wants to, but that it’s impossible to deny “biological reality.”Some of the new options include: androgynous, transgender and genderqueer.“Transgender activists reject the reality of two sexes, male and female. They believe there is a spectrum of ‘genders,’ and that people should be free to choose or change their ‘gender,’” Johnston told CitizenLink “In this policy change, Facebook is giving in to this small group of activists. In doing so, they are contributing to the cultural confusion that already exists.FOR MORE INFORMATION Read “Transgenderism’ and the Deconstruction of Gender.”http://www.citizenlink.com/2014/02/14/analyst-facebooks-new-gender-pronouns-contributes-to-cultural-confusion/last_img read more

first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img 90 Views   no discussions LifestyleRelationships 10 Signs You’re Borderline Obsessed With Your Crush. by: – August 16, 2011 1) You find yourself casually clicking over to his or her Facebook page or Twitter account, and then before you know it, you’re at their very first entry and there’s nothing more to read. Because you clicked through the entire thing.2) You’re happy to talk to anyone about your crush. Like anyone. Like that co-worker you randomly ran an errand with. Like your Grandma’s sister at a Family Reunion. Like the ONE person who happens to be on Gchat when you get a cryptic text that you immediately need help decoding.3) You make plans with any mutual acquaintances you may have, in the hope that maybe, just maybe, your crush will come up in casual conversation. And if they don’t, you will bring them up. And sometimes you suffer through long evenings with people you don’t even like that much, just so at the end you can casually let your crush know that you “hung out with [MUTUAL FRIEND] the other night.”4) You can’t help but thoroughly research anyone who tweets to your crush, or writes on their wall.5) You give your crush their own separate ringtone, and whenever you hear any tune that is even remotely similar to it, your heart skips a beat.6) You wouldn’t say you have unrealistic expectations about this relationship, but when pressed, you admit you’ve thought about where you’ll retire, and what activities you’ll do with your eventual grandchildren.7) The most played song on your iPod is the one that played at the bar on your first date. 8) You absolutely refuse to make any plans for the weekend UNTIL you’ve made plans with your crush. And if you don’t hear from him or her, you still keep the weekend open, just in case they call. 9) It’s so weird, but, you can relate almost any conversation to one you were just having with your crush! You’re constantly telling your friends what your crush thinks about, oh, anything.10) In between dates, you find yourself renting movies he/she mentioned, reading their favorite book, idly wikipedia’ing any anecdote they mentioned, and looking up flights to where he/she said they’d most like to go on vacation.By Chiara Atik for HowAboutWe.comlast_img read more

first_img Share 30 Views   no discussions LocalNews Government acting to address crime, PM says by: – June 7, 2011 Share Sharing is caring!center_img Tweet Share Photo credit: iss.co.zaGovernment says it’s been making tangible moves to address crime and violence.The establishment of “Chances”, a “place of safety” catering for vulnerable children, skills training programmes, and the provision of scholarships for further education are some of government’s commitments to deal with crime, said Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit as he addressed a rally against crime and violence Sunday.“We provide financial support for Operation Youth Quake and CALLS, both these organizations provide training and impact the lives and etiquette skills to young persons who have become distracted from the formal education system… we have placed counselors at a number of schools,” he said, adding that community resource centres and sporting facilities as well as the Small Business Support Unit have been developed to encourage positive activities.”Skerrit told the rally that government is discussing with churches on island to clamp down on crime. The rally followed a march by interdenominational church groups, which spanned from Pottersville Savannah to the Dame Eugenia Charles Boulevard.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

first_img Share LocalNews Indonesian Ambassador applauds Dominica’s efforts at universal secondary education by: – July 20, 2012 53 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! Tweetcenter_img Share Share Indonesian Ambassador to Dominica, Prianti Gagarin Djatmiko SinggihNew Indonesian Ambassador to Dominica, Her Excellency Prianti Gagarin Djatmiko Singgih has congratulated the Government of Dominica on its progress made at achieving Universal Secondary Education as well as its success in meeting some of the Millennium Development Goals.The Indonesian Ambassador made those remarks during her official presentation of credentials to Dominica’s Head of State, His Excellency Dr. Nicholas Liverpool on Wednesday July 18, 2012.“I would like to congratulate the Government of Dominica on this achievement of the Millennium Development Goals in accomplishing Universal Secondary Education by 83%, reducing extreme poverty from 39% in 2003 to 28.8% in 2009, improving national health and reducing child mortality”.Indonesia stands firm behind a policy that education is the foundation of a better human resource. Dominica established diplomatic relations with the Republic of Indonesia in April of 1994. Throughout the years of relations the Government of Indonesia has offered annual cultural scholarships to Dominican youth to pursue studies in Indonesia. The new ambassador confirms that this collaboration will continue.“Given the encouraging response starting from 2011, the Government of Indonesia has offered Dominican students a scholarship program called, “Developing Countries Partnerships Scholarship” in order to obtain graduate and post graduate degrees in various fields of study in the most prestigious universities throughout Indonesia.”The new Indonesian Ambassador to Dominica says the Indonesian Government is looking forward to heightened relations between the both countries through other training opportunities.“Another way in which we can increase our people to people interaction is through our diplomatic corps. In this regard, as former head for [the] Centre for Education and Training in the Ministry of Education in Indonesia, we would like very much to offer diplomatic training for mid- career diplomas and as such we will be discussing this with your Ministry of Education here.”Like Dominica, tourism is one of the most important aspects in Indonesia’s national revenues. The Indonesian Ambassador to Dominica said that the Government of Indonesia has developed a special “creative economy” program to boost the numbers of tourist coming to Indonesia. She noted that this program is also geared at encouraging villages in Indonesia to become attractive destinations for tourists by promoting customs, value and culture.Ambassador Singgih said for the year 2012, her government has targeted two hundred villages to develop into touristic destinations. The new Ambassador is hoping that the Ministry of Tourism in Dominica will seek to pattern on tourism initiatives adopted by tourism authorities in Indonesia to boost the islands tourist product.“I think it’s an honor to offer the Government of Dominica a chance to have learning experiences in the enhancement of its tourism industry especially in the development of diversification of tourism destination, such as developing touristic villages similar to Indonesia, and the development of human resources in collaboration with the Dominica Hotel and Tourism Association- (D.H.T.A).”The new Indonesian Ambassador during her exchanges with the Dominican Head of State pledged continued good relations between both countries.“The Indonesian Government would like to maintain this relationship as well as heighten cooperation to more concrete and mutually beneficial cooperation.”In accepting the letters of credentials from new Indonesian Ambassador to Dominica, His Excellency Liverpool expressed confidence that the new Ambassador will continue the work of her predecessors in further strengthening the bonds of friendship and cooperation between Dominica and the Republic of Indonesia.Government Information Servicelast_img read more

first_imgThis city’s Mayor Jerry Treñas announced extending the ECQ –which is supposed to end on April 14 – here until April 30. Treñas, however, has also been urging the Department of Health (DOH) Region 6 to conduct mass testing. ”You can’t fight a virus if you don’t know where it is,” said the WHO director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, recently. “Find, isolate, test and treat every case, to break the chains of transmission. Every case we find and treat limits the expansion of the disease.”/PN Without mass testing, his group believes the importance ofECQ’s role in cutting the chain of virus infection has been blown out ofproportion. ILOILO City – Extending the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in this city, Iloilo province and elsewhere would amount to nothing without mass testing for possible coronavirus disease 2019 (COVI-19) infection, warned a cause-oriented group.center_img Bearing in mind that testing is the basis of public healthdetective work to shut down an epidemic, local chief executives should considercombining mass testing with selective ECQ to balance public health concernswith economic impact to people, according to Elmer Forro, secretary general ofBagong Alyansang Makabayan-Panay (Bayan Panay). The provincial government of Iloilo is inclined to also dothe same, and other provincial governments in Panay Island to follow suit.  “Speed is of theessence, and three things are crucial: tracking down cases with symptoms;identifying their household cluster and tracing people they’ve contacted; andquarantining them until they are no longer infectious,” Forro stressed. “We reiterate our support for immediate mass testing of PUIs(patients under investigation), PUMs (persons under monitoring) and allfrontliners, especially health workers. We stand by the advice of world medicalexperts and the best practices of South Korea and China in flattening the curveof the pandemic – that mass testing is the game changer in order to separatethose afflicted by COVID-19 from the healthy population and proper medicalattention given to those who are sick,” said Forro.last_img read more

first_imgPhoto courtesy of Dallas Baptist UniversityDallas, Tx — Former Lawrenceburg football standout, Reid Strobl has announced his athletic intentions after high school. He’ll put the pigskin down and pick up the fishing reel.Strobl turned away from several small football opportunities in the Midwest and committed to taking a spot on the Dallas Baptist University Fishing Team, the top program in the country. Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Tournament Director Hank Weldon awarded the top spot to the program.Currently the team is gearing up for the Carhartt Bassmaster College National Championship in late July.last_img read more