Ray Parlour hopeful Unai Emery will give Mesut Ozil another chance in Arsenal first team Parlour is a fan of Ozil and would like to see him reintroduced (Picture: Getty)‘Hopefully he can get another chance in that Arsenal team.’There have been suggestions that Ozil could leave the Gunners when the January transfer window opens, having fallen so far down the pecking order under Emery, though the 31-year-old says he is committed to seeing out his contract until 2021.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterThursday 24 Oct 2019 11:55 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link229Shares The German has only made one Premier League appearance so far this season (Picture: Getty)Ray Parlour is still hopeful that Mesut Ozil has a future at Arsenal and has urged the German playmaker to work hard in training and win back Unai Emery’s trust.Ozil, the highest-paid player at the Emirates on £350,000-a-week, has only played once in the Premier League this season and was omitted from the matchday squad entirely for their last three outings.Emery is believed to be concerned by Ozil’s lack of work rate in training and the two shared a frosty exchange at London Colney on Wednesday prior to the Europa League clash with Vitoria.What could possibly be going on here?… 💬👀Watch the full @Arsenal training session 🔴👇👇https://t.co/LXDlx0JLq6 pic.twitter.com/tx2bk5yYYV— Hayters TV (@HaytersTV) October 23, 2019 Advertisement ADVERTISEMENTOzil is expected to be involved on Thursday night at the Emirates despite missing the club’s previous two European outings.AdvertisementAdvertisementArsenal were bereft of creativity in their last match, a 1-0 defeat on the road at Sheffield United, prompting calls for Ozil to be brought back into the side, and Parlour hopes he will be given another chance.‘Mesut Ozil is a big talking point at the moment. Will he play again for Arsenal football club?’ the former Arsenal star told VBET News.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 City‘What he’s got to do as a player is work hard in training and try to prove to the manager he can still do a job for the team.‘We all know he’s such a quality player, but it’s getting him in the right position and obviously players around him helping out. Advertisement Comment
Citizen 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/
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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 IST 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.
Wednesday evening, Bush and Blair dined on she-crab soup, wagyu beef and potatoes, and rhubarb-strawberry napolean. The pair then sat on the Truman Balcony, peering out over Washington’s monuments as they chatted into the night. After breakfast Thursday morning, Blair strolled with Bush from the residence to the Oval Office – though he was left cooling his heels on the patio while the president received his daily intelligence briefing. There was yet another perk: a trip to the newly renovated and top-secret Situation Room in the basement of the White House for an hour-long secure videoconference between the two leaders and their countries’ representatives in Iraq. Bush and Blair have cooperated on Iran, on the Middle East, on fighting malaria, AIDS and genocide in Africa, and on the global anti-terror battle, among a host of pressing issues. There have been few clues from Blair’s successor, Treasury chief Gordon Brown, about whether Britain’s stance will shift in Iraq, where it is the second-largest contributor of troops. Blair suggested it would not, though it was unclear whether he was offering knowledge or opinion. “I believe we will remain a staunch and steadfast ally in the fight against terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan and elsewhere,” he said. “There is no alternative for us but to fight it wherever it exists.” The American and British leaders found common ground on Iraq in their first meeting, barely a month after Bush became president. Appearing together at snowy, rustic Camp David, they stood firm on strong sanctions against Saddam Hussein. Back then, they found little else to bind them. The conservative U.S. president was asked what he shared with Blair, the younger and liberal prime minister who had been so close – in style and substance – to President Clinton. All Bush could manage (it was said later he thought the question was dumb) was Colgate toothpaste, a commitment to exercise, “great” wives and love for their children. Over the years, their bond grew intense, based on personal chemistry as well as a fierce belief in the rightness of the 2003 Iraq invasion and the decision to remain there. This belief was tested, and tested again, by the unrelenting violence that has gripped Iraq and inspired growing doubts among their countrymen. This was underscored when the sounds of a clutch of anti-war protesters drifted through the Rose Garden on Thursday. Both men now are grayer and more lined from the stress. Largely because of the war, Bush saw his Republican Party lose stewardship of Congress in November. And Blair is believed to be leaving his post earlier than he would have otherwise. But their positions remain the same. “We took a decision that we thought was very difficult,” Blair said. “I thought then, and I think now, it was the right decision.” The alliance sometimes seemed all upside for Bush and mostly downside for Blair. Bush was asked if he was responsible for Blair’s political downfall. “Could be,” he said candidly. But, the president added: “I have enjoyed working with Tony Blair more than I could have possibly imagined.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The British prime minister has been a presence in Bush’s presidency like no other leader. Telephone conversations were regular. This White House meeting spanning two days was their 13th get-together in Washington since Bush took office in 2001. It was their 30th overall as leaders, including four in the sought-after atmospheres of Camp David or Bush’s Texas ranch. It wasn’t even their last; that will come early next month at a gathering of major industrialized countries in Germany. Still, as a farewell of sorts, it was more a sentimental than substantive summit. Reflecting their close ties, Blair was offered at the last minute – and accepted – a White House sleepover, choosing the Queen’s Bedroom down the hall from the president over the coincidentally named Blair House across the street, the traditional quarters for visiting leaders. WASHINGTON – To the last, neither George Bush nor Tony Blair wavered. The British prime minister allowed not a single regret about the war alliance that cost him his popularity and perhaps his job. The U.S. president, losing his best friend on the world stage, bristled at suggestions that Blair should already be out the door. “Trying to do a tap dance on his political grave, aren’t you?” Bush said Thursday at Blair’s side in the White House Rose Garden, admonishing British reporters looking beyond Blair’s tenure six weeks before he leaves office. “You don’t understand how effective Blair is, I guess.” Bush’s reluctance to see the British leader go is understandable. For Bush, Blair has been a steadfast friend for over six years, an articulate and impassioned defender of the U.S.-led war in Iraq.