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first_imgCeballos and Guendouzi were taken off with Arsenal still ahead in the game (Picture: Getty)Speaking on The Kelly and Wrighty Show, he explained: ‘I was going crazy, simply because there was a time when he took off Dani Ceballos – which I was absolutely seething about – Matteo Guendouzi as well, who is somebody else who has got that energy, who wants to play, and he will try and get around people.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Ceballos will try and play himself out of problems. And then you’ve taken off the opportunity to play out from the back but you’re still trying to do it – it’s quite annoying.’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 CityOn Ceballos, he added: ‘He’s comfortable on the ball, he’s not going to panic. He’s somebody who is comfortable in that position of the field who wants the ball and will try and play out. You take him off? It’s baffling.’After the match, Xhaka – who played the full 90 minutes – admitted his teammates looked ‘scared’ in the second half against Watford, and Wright has criticised his choice of words. Ian Wright ‘absolutely seething’ at Unai Emery over Watford subs and slams ‘irresponsible’ Granit Xhaka Metro Sport ReporterSunday 22 Sep 2019 12:02 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link The former Gunners frontman wasn’t impressed with Emery’s in-game changes (Picture: Getty)Ian Wright says he was ‘going crazy’ at Unai Emery’s substitutions in Arsenal’s capitulation against Watford, while he criticised skipper Granit Xhaka for his comments after the match.The Gunners take on Aston Villa on Sunday after a comprehensive win over Frankfurt in the Europa League, having thrown away a two-goal lead at Vicarage Road last weekend.Both of Watford’s goals came from mistakes from Arsenal’s back-line – the first trying to play out from the back, the second a penalty – and Wright has criticised Emery for taking off two of the team’s best ball players. Advertisementcenter_img Wright was not impressed with skipper Xhaka’s post-match comments (Picture: Getty)He continued: ‘You don’t really want to hear somebody saying that you’re scared because then what will happen is teams will recognise that this is the same thing that happened with Watford and then they will start saying they’re gonna get scared.‘Whether you’re scared or not, you’re gonna get a kind of pressure put on you where you’re going to be tested now. For me, it’s irresponsible for him to speak like that. To hear it, it was like, “Oh my gosh, really? You had to say that?” Scared? How can you be scared on a football pitch?’Can Arsenal finish in the top four this season?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Advertisement Commentlast_img read more

first_imgThe six are believed to have suffered from the effects of lack of alcohol after all illicit brew in the region was destroyed following President Uhuru Kenyatta’s directive that all 2nd generation drinks be destroyed Endangered black rhinos die in Kenya reserve Somali mothers most likely to die from childbirth complications Kenya charges six over attack on Uber vehicle Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has said six people admitted to hospitals in the county with alcohol withdrawal symptoms have died.The governor said the six were among 18 people admitted to different hospitals in the county since Wednesday.“It is unfortunate that we have lost the six, but efforts are being made to save those admitted in 14 Level Four and Five hospitals,” he said in Thika after destroying a consignment of alcohol at the Kang’oki dumpsite.Three of the victims died at Ruiru Hospital, and the others at Thika Level 5, Kihara and Tigoni hospitals.Mr Kabogo said his government would issue licenses only to brewers cleared by the Kenya Bureau of Standards.“The fight continues and there is no room for illicit brews in Kiambu,” he said.Earlier, Kiambu County Director for Clinical Services Jacob Toro said rehabilitation centres had been set up for alcohol addicts following the crackdown on low-priced, high-alcohol spirits.He said a hotline (0711264000) had also been established for those seeking help for alcohol withdrawal syndrome.He said symptoms of withdrawal include shaking, sweating, delusions, confusion, aggressiveness, fever, fits and convulsions.Relatedlast_img read more

first_img Loading… The Gunners are reportedly not keen on extending Ozil’s mammoth contract, which expires in 2021. And Turkish TV host Acun Ilicali says Ozil prefers a move to Istanbul. “I receive lots of questions about Mesut Ozil. I believe in the future the good things will happen,” he said in a live Instagram Q&A, via Sport Witness.Advertisement A close friend of Mesut Ozil’s says the midfielder will likely join Fenerbahce if he leaves Arsenal. Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee “I’m not in a position to give details but I know our president is also working hard for this. “When his contract with Arsenal will expire, the favourites would be Fenerbahce. We are also working on that front. read also:Ramadan Kareem: Pogba , Salah, Ozil, others send out wishes to fans “I really wanted to tell you in more detail, but I cannot. We’ll talk about these things when the time comes.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

first_imgELLSWORTH — Conner Wagstaff’s Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School varsity baseball team revealed new jerseys — blue for Wagstaff’s favorite color and No. 10 for his number — before Tuesday’s home game.Teammates wanted to demonstrate their support for Wagstaff after the 14-year-old pitcher was hit in the head with a baseball last month during practice and suffered a season-ending concussion. The injury landed him in the hospital for two nights and kept him out of school for three weeks.Wagstaff is now attending school for half-days and cheering on his teammates from the sidelines during his recovery. He said he was moved by their surprise for him Tuesday.“It was unexpected, but awesome,” Wagstaff said. “It means everything to have this much support.”PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMS This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016 Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. Latest Posts Bio Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016last_img read more

first_imgEXPERIENCED campaigner Darren Mattocks held his nerve from the penalty spot to book Jamaica’s place in the semi-final of the CONCACAF Gold Cup as they triumphed 1-0 over Panama in a battle of attrition at the Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday.In a game that saw few quality chances created by either side, Mattocks came off the bench to first win the spot kick and then convert it in the 75th minute, sending Jamaica through to the final four for a third consecutive tournament.  Only minutes after on to the field Mattocks headed a hopeful long ball into the area off the outstretched arm of defender Michael Murillo.After a brief dispute over who would take the spot kick, the forward wrested the ball away before placing it on the spot and firing past Panama goalkeeper Luis Mejia.  The goal was Mattock’s fifth overall in the competition.With defenders dominating the play for most of the afternoon, Panama had missed a golden opportunity to take the lead when  Abdiel Arroyo broke through on goal but blasted a shot into the side netting at the near post from close range in the 26th minute.The result will mean the Jamaicans will face the United States in the next round after the defending champions narrowly got by Curacao 1-0 in the day’s other game.last_img read more

first_imgThe Pac-12 conference announced that USC senior Victoria Ishimatsu was chosen as the Women’s Diver of the Year and coach Hongping Li was selected as the Women’s Diving Coach of the Year Monday.Both Ishimatsu and Li won their respective awards for the fourth consecutive year, becoming the first female swimmer/diver and coach duo to do so.Ishimatsu won her first career NCAA title on 1-meter springboard during the 2012 NCAA championships, supplementing an All-American performance on the 3-meter springboard.During the Pac-12 championships, she won the 3-meter springboard title for the fourth year in a row, becoming the first Pac-12 woman to do so and took home her third 1-meter springboard title.She also finished a career-best second in the platform final, securing her third straight Pac-12 Diver of the Meet honor.Li has amassed nine Pac-12 Women’s Diving Coach of the Year awards, the most in conference history. He has been the NCAA Women’s Diving Coach of the Year twice (2002 and 2006), and the 2009 Pac-10 Men’s Diving Coach of the Year. In his 13 years as USC’s head diving coach, his divers have won a total of six NCAA titles, 27 conference titles and have received 34 All-American honors.last_img read more

first_imgA film session beckoned Bart Houston, but he needed to make a quick phone call first.Bart Houston dialed his parents back in his hometown of Dublin, California, to tell them the news: In nine days, he would start as quarterback for the University of Wisconsin football team against Louisiana State University at Lambeau Field.His mother, Inge Houston, shrieked with excitement. His father, Guy Houston, a local politician, reacted more diplomatically, along the lines of, “you have this opportunity, now go out there and do it.”Football: Breakdown of Badgers’ upset over LSUThe Wisconsin Badgers played a spoiler game against fifth ranked Louisiana State University with a 16-14 upset victory in college Read…The fifth-year senior made his first start at quarterback Saturday since he led his team to a state championship his senior year of high school, where he was ranked a four-star recruit. It appeared then that Houston would have a smooth transition to the college game and would make an impact for the Badgers early in his career. The opportunity never arrived.When Gary Andersen took over the program for two years, he relegated Bart Houston to backup punter, in charge of kicking the ball rugby-style.“You always think you can do it earlier, but just wasn’t in the stars,” Bart Houston said. “I’m glad it happened.”None of that mattered Saturday, though. Bart Houston ran onto the field like Odysseus returning to Ithaca — he had finally made it home. Bart Houston is named after Packers legendary gunslinger of the same name (you’ve heard this already), so call it a homecoming for him.Football: Lambeau Leaps and revelry just minutes after ugly momentThe Lambeau Leaps into the stands afterward said it all for Wisconsin football. What the team accomplished Saturday was nothing short Read…“It makes it very special,” Bart Houston said of his first start coming at Lambeau. “It’s a great opportunity to play in front of our fans for this team and show what I can do.”Houston was shaky at times, throwing two brutal interceptions, but he maintained poise and led the Badgers to a 16-14 win against No. 5 LSU. He completed 19 of his 31 passing attempts for 205 yards.Just like his first four years in Madison, it wasn’t easy securing the starting role. He and redshirt freshman Alex Hornibrook engaged in a tight quarterback battle, with no one truly emerging until Bart Houston over the final week or so of fall camp. UW head coach Paul Chryst had to make a difficult decision.Initially, it appeared Chryst would have no choice but to press Hornibrook into action. He was the better quarterback when camp first opened, and Bart Houston’s throws were often erratic and inconsistent.“The first week I was pressing,” Bart Houston said. “I was trying to get there too fast, but it’s a process … I just took a step back and played my game. I didn’t overdo it and try to make too many plays. I just let it happen.”His coach saw the same progress. Bart Houston’s performance at Illinois last season (22 of 33, two touchdowns and two interceptions) also allowed Chryst to feel comfortable putting Bart Houston under center for Week One.In photos: UW fans’ fairytale comes true with Badger win at LambeauThe football game this Saturday couldn’t have been any more magical for Wisconsinites as their two pride and joys were Read…At the same time, Chryst said, he’s improved since then.“I think he definitely has a better grasp of what we’re trying to do,” Chryst said regarding Houston’s performance against Illinois. “I think he also, through the number of reps he’s had, understands his strengths and weaknesses. I think both of them came out in that game. I think he did that early in camp. He was pressing, and that was good for him to have to go through and deal with it. I think he does have more knowledge of what we’re trying to do, and I think he’s got more knowledge of himself.”On the other side of the competition is a young, disappointed quarterback in Hornibrook, who by no means played himself out of the job. It was a tough pill for Hornibrook to swallow, but he praised Bart Houston’s perseverance in reaching the starting role after years of waiting on the sideline.“Obviously, for the fans and everybody, to see a kid that went through everything [Bart Houston] did and stick with it through different coaching changes, it’s good for a kid like that to get his chance,” Hornibrook said.Football: Chryst doesn’t want Badgers to rest on upset winAfter one of the biggest wins in program history against a Louisiana State University team many experts picked to make Read…Bart Houston also said the competition was beneficial for him but that it didn’t matter anymore. He has a job to do now.“What we’re trying to do is get this team and get this offense to win games for us,” Bart Houston said. “It’s over.”last_img read more

first_imgThe fight went the distance but the American was awarded the bout on a unanimous point decision. It’s Pacquaio’s third professional defeat and he said he was disappointed with the result.Just moments after winning the ‘fight of the century’, Floyd Mayweather Junior has reaffirmed he intends to step into the ring just one more time.  The victory means Mayweather’s unbeaten record now stands at 48 fights and he said after the fight that there’s just one more bout to go.last_img read more

first_imgIn the dying moments of the game Drom were awarded a penalty for a foot block and David Collins calmly slotted home to send the game to extra time on a 1-14 to 3-8 scoreline.Loughmore pushed on and ran out winners by one point winning 1-16 to 3-9 after extra time.Afterwards Loughmore’s David Kennedy spoke to Tipp FM sport and he praised Drom & Inch’s contribution to a fantastic game.He also said the intensity of last night’s game will stand to Loughmore going forward in the Championship. Loughmore were crowned champions after extra time…Drom had led the way at half time by two points on a 2-4 to 1-5 scoreline.Tommy Nolan and Jamie Bergin combined well for scores for Drom Inch while Evan Sweeney and James Egan kept Loughmore in touch.Paul Ryan’s dismissal for a second yellow card meant Loughmore got a foothold on the game.last_img read more

first_img Danish Ansari Written By The women’s division in WWE has performed extremely well over the years and WWE SmackDown has treated the fans to some of the most entertaining matches they have ever seen. Also Read | WWE SmackDown: Braun Strowman Vs Tyson Fury, Will It Happen?A look at some of the best women’s rivalries on WWE SmackDownBayley vs Charlotte FlairCharlotte’s father used underhanded tricks and tactics to gain an edge over his opponents for years. His daughter was on the other side of it throughout her rivalry against Bayley. Charlotte, however, won the final battle as she closed the bitter rivalry by claiming a record 10th Women’s Championship.Asuka vs Becky LynchAsuka and Becky Lynch were involved in an interesting rivalry on WWE SmackDown earlier this year. The feud ended with Asuka digging deep to defeat Becky Lynch at the Royal Rumble PPV. Lynch won the Women’s Royal Rumble match the same night and soon captured the Raw Women’s Championship after the win. Lynch and Asuka never had a one-on-one fight since then. Also Read | WWE SmackDown: Know Where To Watch Upcoming SmackDown Live MatchesBecky Lynch vs Charlotte FlairBecky Lynch has arguably become one of the biggest stars in WWE. Her rivalry with Charlotte which saw her as an underdog through the most part of the feud definitely helped her capitalise and build upon the heat Charlotte has been receiving from fans for being majorly pushed to the top since being brought onto the main roster; your answer in case you wonder why almost every rivalry on this list involves Charlotte Flair.Becky’s rant against the WWE and Charlotte made her an immediate fan favourite as she headlined the PPV which generated the loudest of reactions from the WWE Universe. It was this rivalry that made her an unprecedented accomplishment for a female star and got Becky Lynch her first Women’s Championship win.Naomi vs Charlotte Flair This was another brief rivalry on WWE Smackdown. Since Charlotte was drafted back to Smackdown Live, there was a lot of excitement amongst fans who were expecting a feud between these two talented women down the line. It wasn’t too long before the two clashed in a one-on-one action which showcased the potential both these women have in the ring. Naomi and Charlotte broke out some of the best sequences during the fight.  Also Read | WWE SmackDown Draft 2019: PredictionsWWE: More memorable rivalries to comeWWE has taken major steps in the last two years to assure that women would get what they deserve. From longer matches to more titles and opportunities, and finally main-eventing PPVs. Ever since the Women’s evolution, the ladies have been major milestones, and on October 28 this year, they are looking to do it again with the first-ever all women’s PPV event.Also Read | WWE: Kevin Owens Is No Longer Listed As An Active WWE Superstar! LIVE TV FOLLOW US First Published: 10th October, 2019 22:49 ISTcenter_img SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE COMMENT Last Updated: 10th October, 2019 22:49 IST WWE SmackDown: Biggest Rivalries In Women’s Wrestling In Recent Times WWE SmackDown is home to some of the best women rivalries we have seen in the history of WWE SmackDown. Read on to know what are the most memorable ones.last_img read more