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22 Jul 19
ProSoccerTalk

Palace wants $100 million for Zaha, but so far has only received a $50 million offer from Arsenal for his services.

22 Jul 19
1stgradesoccer

Published: July 22, 2019 Arsenal on Monday increased their bid for Ivorian winger Wilfried Zaha but reports in the English press indicate that the Gunners have seen their £65m plus youngster Reiss Nelson on loan improved offer rejected. Unai Emery is hopeful of getting the deal over the line but Arsenal’s bid of £55m paid […]

22 Jul 19
360Nobs.com

Arsenal on Monday, increased their bid for Crystal Palace forward, Wilfried Zaha, the UK Independent reports. But it is understood that the Gunners have seen their £65m plus youngster Reiss Nelson on loan offer rejected. Unai Emery is hopeful of getting the deal over the line, but Arsenal’s bid of £55m paid upfront and £10m […]

22 Jul 19
Sylvia Shults, author

Okay, guys, this may just be the nuttiest TIL yet. Here goes: You know how animators usually draw four fingers on the hands of cartoon characters, because if you draw five, it just looks … kind of weird? The Simpsons is incredibly popular all over the world — except in Japan. That’s because to swear loyalty […]

22 Jul 19
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x7dmayx” width=”480″ height=”270″] Few teams find more ways to gain a competitive edge than the New England Patriots. The Patriots introduced a new avenue last preseason when rookies donned nontraditional jersey numbers. Running back Sony Michel, for example, rocked No. 51, while undrafted cornerback J.C. Jackson sported No. 65. It wasn’t until a […]

22 Jul 19
Walmley Cricket & Sports Club

5ths East vs Fillongley 3rds Saturday 20th July 2019 At Douglas Ground by Luke Marshall Upon winning the toss, Fillongley put us into bat which turned out to be a good decision as the slowness of the wicket made it tough going to score at a decent rate. Nevertheless, we had a strong opening partnership […]

22 Jul 19
The Sun
UNAI EMERY could be forced to call up the young guns to bolster his Arsenal senior squad next season. The Gunners boss admitted he wants to sign “three or four expensive players” before the transfer window shuts – but has just £45million to spend. Arsenal ace Eddie Nketiah revived his career with Arsenal after being dumped by Chelsea aged 14 Gabriel Martinelli is Arsenal’s only summer arrival following his £6million move from Brazilian side Ituano. But Emery’s youngsters have already proved their first-team potential during the club’s pre-season tour. The Spanish tactician has hinted that the rising stars could be the answer to his problems for the 2019/20 campaign. Speaking about possible transfers, he said: “We are waiting. We have very good players – very good young players. “Really I am [patient] because we want the solution. Some players are very expensive and we are waiting for this possibility.” SunSport have pulled together a list of the five players that could save the Gunners boss from splashing the cash. EDDIE NKETIAH Nketiah has caught the eye after scoring three goals in his last two matches during Arsenal’s pre-season tour. The striker, 20, found the net twice as the North London club beat Italian side Fiorentina 3-0 in the International Champions Cup this weekend. Speaking about Nketiah after the match, Emery said: “His progress is impressive – we want to progress with every player. “[Nketiah] has a very good attitude and he needs experience, minutes and confidence.” But the England Under-21 international has admitted he will sit down with Emery when he gets back from the US tour to discuss his immediate future, but Emery has already appeared to rule out a loan move away. Bukayo Saka scored 14 goals and made 12 assists last season BUKAYO SAKA Academy product Saka has played in all three of Arsenal’s pre-season matches as he continues to flourish under Emery. He has even claimed that the youngsters are ready to “take on the world” after their impressive run of form. The 17-year-old said: “The players coming up from the academy are so special. The next generation of us can be in this Arsenal team and take on the world. “The boss is doing a good job of managing all of us, helping us to progress everyday and to learn.  “I just have to keep pushing, showing the boss what I can do and when the time comes, I am ready to play. When I get the chance, then I can take it.” Mesut Ozil is a huge fan of Arsenal youngster Joe Willock JOE WILLOCK Willock – who was born with one leg shorter than the other – is the last of his three brothers trying to make their name at Arsenal. He was handed six appearances by Emery during the 2018/19 campaign and was included in the tour squad. The 19-year-old attacking midfielder added another goal to his tally after coming off the bench against Fiorentina. Gunners veteran Mesut Ozil has tipped the England Under-20 star to become a “big player” at the Emirates. Speaking on the club website, he said: “He knows what he can do, so he is not arrogant on the pitch but he believes in himself. “Especially yesterday against Bayern Munich, against a big club, he shows his quality. We are happy to have him. Reiss Nelson has been called up to Arsenal’s first team REISS NELSON Nelson is one of the most promising rising stars on Arsenal’s books, but he struggled to make his mark against Fiorentina. He has insisted that he has grown, emotionally and physically, after his loan spell with German club Hoffenheim last season. The 19-year-old has claimed that fans will “be shocked” by his progress since making his club debut two years ago. And his stats in the league last season show that he has a better minute to goal ratio than top Arsenal target Wilfried Zaha. The Arsenal man scored a goal every 90 minutes while it took Zaha 301 minutes to bag each Premier League strike. Emile Smith Rowe struggled with injury during his spell in Germany last season EMILE SMITH ROWE Smith Rowe is now hoping to impress Emery after spending last season out on loan with RB Leipzig. But he was restricted to just three appearances for the Bundesliga side after struggling with injury. [article-rail-topic title=”latest arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] He made his name for the Gunners during last season’s tour of Asia and in the early stages of the Carabao Cup and Europa League. Ozil has also tipped Smith Rowe to make his breakthrough into the first team next season. The German midfielder said: “Don’t forget Emile [Smith Rowe]. He is injured so he is coming back, we know his quality as well.  At Arsenal, I think we are lucky to have those young players.” [bc_video video_id=”6062256462001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal star Alex Iwobi may quit the Gunners if they sign £80m-rated Wilfried Zaha”]
22 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
UNAI EMERY could be forced to call up the young guns to bolster his Arsenal senior squad next season. The Gunners boss admitted he wants to sign “three or four expensive players” before the transfer window shuts – but has just £45million to spend. Arsenal ace Eddie Nketiah revived his career with Arsenal after being dumped by Chelsea aged 14 Gabriel Martinelli is Arsenal’s only summer arrival following his £6million move from Brazilian side Ituano. But Emery’s youngsters have already proved their first-team potential during the club’s pre-season tour. The Spanish tactician has hinted that the rising stars could be the answer to his problems for the 2019/20 campaign. Speaking about possible transfers, he said: “We are waiting. We have very good players – very good young players. “Really I am [patient] because we want the solution. Some players are very expensive and we are waiting for this possibility.” SunSport have pulled together a list of the five players that could save the Gunners boss from splashing the cash. EDDIE NKETIAH Nketiah has caught the eye after scoring three goals in his last two matches during Arsenal’s pre-season tour. The striker, 20, found the net twice as the North London club beat Italian side Fiorentina 3-0 in the International Champions Cup this weekend. Speaking about Nketiah after the match, Emery said: “His progress is impressive – we want to progress with every player. “[Nketiah] has a very good attitude and he needs experience, minutes and confidence.” But the England Under-21 international has admitted he will sit down with Emery when he gets back from the US tour to discuss his immediate future, but Emery has already appeared to rule out a loan move away. Bukayo Saka scored 14 goals and made 12 assists last season BUKAYO SAKA Academy product Saka has played in all three of Arsenal’s pre-season matches as he continues to flourish under Emery. He has even claimed that the youngsters are ready to “take on the world” after their impressive run of form. The 17-year-old said: “The players coming up from the academy are so special. The next generation of us can be in this Arsenal team and take on the world. “The boss is doing a good job of managing all of us, helping us to progress everyday and to learn.  “I just have to keep pushing, showing the boss what I can do and when the time comes, I am ready to play. When I get the chance, then I can take it.” Mesut Ozil is a huge fan of Arsenal youngster Joe Willock JOE WILLOCK Willock – who was born with one leg shorter than the other – is the last of his three brothers trying to make their name at Arsenal. He was handed six appearances by Emery during the 2018/19 campaign and was included in the tour squad. The 19-year-old attacking midfielder added another goal to his tally after coming off the bench against Fiorentina. Gunners veteran Mesut Ozil has tipped the England Under-20 star to become a “big player” at the Emirates. Speaking on the club website, he said: “He knows what he can do, so he is not arrogant on the pitch but he believes in himself. “Especially yesterday against Bayern Munich, against a big club, he shows his quality. We are happy to have him. Reiss Nelson has been called up to Arsenal’s first team REISS NELSON Nelson is one of the most promising rising stars on Arsenal’s books, but he struggled to make his mark against Fiorentina. He has insisted that he has grown, emotionally and physically, after his loan spell with German club Hoffenheim last season. The 19-year-old has claimed that fans will “be shocked” by his progress since making his club debut two years ago. And his stats in the league last season show that he has a better minute to goal ratio than top Arsenal target Wilfried Zaha. The Arsenal man scored a goal every 90 minutes while it took Zaha 301 minutes to bag each Premier League strike. Emile Smith Rowe struggled with injury during his spell in Germany last season EMILE SMITH ROWE Smith Rowe is now hoping to impress Emery after spending last season out on loan with RB Leipzig. But he was restricted to just three appearances for the Bundesliga side after struggling with injury. [article-rail-topic title=”latest arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] He made his name for the Gunners during last season’s tour of Asia and in the early stages of the Carabao Cup and Europa League. Ozil has also tipped Smith Rowe to make his breakthrough into the first team next season. The German midfielder said: “Don’t forget Emile [Smith Rowe]. He is injured so he is coming back, we know his quality as well.  At Arsenal, I think we are lucky to have those young players.” [bc_video video_id=”6062256462001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal star Alex Iwobi may quit the Gunners if they sign £80m-rated Wilfried Zaha”]
22 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
UNAI EMERY could be forced to call up the young guns to bolster his Arsenal senior squad next season. The Gunners boss admitted he wants to sign “three or four expensive players” before the transfer window shuts – but has just £45million to spend. Arsenal ace Eddie Nketiah revived his career with Arsenal after being dumped by Chelsea aged 14 Gabriel Martinelli is Arsenal’s only summer arrival following his £6million move from Brazilian side Ituano. But Emery’s youngsters have already proved their first-team potential during the club’s pre-season tour. The Spanish tactician has hinted that the rising stars could be the answer to his problems for the 2019/20 campaign. Speaking about possible transfers, he said: “We are waiting. We have very good players – very good young players. “Really I am [patient] because we want the solution. Some players are very expensive and we are waiting for this possibility.” SunSport have pulled together a list of the five players that could save the Gunners boss from splashing the cash. EDDIE NKETIAH Nketiah has caught the eye after scoring three goals in his last two matches during Arsenal’s pre-season tour. The striker, 20, found the net twice as the North London club beat Italian side Fiorentina 3-0 in the International Champions Cup this weekend. Speaking about Nketiah after the match, Emery said: “His progress is impressive – we want to progress with every player. “[Nketiah] has a very good attitude and he needs experience, minutes and confidence.” But the England Under-21 international has admitted he will sit down with Emery when he gets back from the US tour to discuss his immediate future, but Emery has already appeared to rule out a loan move away. Bukayo Saka scored 14 goals and made 12 assists last season BUKAYO SAKA Academy product Saka has played in all three of Arsenal’s pre-season matches as he continues to flourish under Emery. He has even claimed that the youngsters are ready to “take on the world” after their impressive run of form. The 17-year-old said: “The players coming up from the academy are so special. The next generation of us can be in this Arsenal team and take on the world. “The boss is doing a good job of managing all of us, helping us to progress everyday and to learn.  “I just have to keep pushing, showing the boss what I can do and when the time comes, I am ready to play. When I get the chance, then I can take it.” Mesut Ozil is a huge fan of Arsenal youngster Joe Willock JOE WILLOCK Willock – who was born with one leg shorter than the other – is the last of his three brothers trying to make their name at Arsenal. He was handed six appearances by Emery during the 2018/19 campaign and was included in the tour squad. The 19-year-old attacking midfielder added another goal to his tally after coming off the bench against Fiorentina. Gunners veteran Mesut Ozil has tipped the England Under-20 star to become a “big player” at the Emirates. Speaking on the club website, he said: “He knows what he can do, so he is not arrogant on the pitch but he believes in himself. “Especially yesterday against Bayern Munich, against a big club, he shows his quality. We are happy to have him. Reiss Nelson has been called up to Arsenal’s first team REISS NELSON Nelson is one of the most promising rising stars on Arsenal’s books, but he struggled to make his mark against Fiorentina. He has insisted that he has grown, emotionally and physically, after his loan spell with German club Hoffenheim last season. The 19-year-old has claimed that fans will “be shocked” by his progress since making his club debut two years ago. And his stats in the league last season show that he has a better minute to goal ratio than top Arsenal target Wilfried Zaha. The Arsenal man scored a goal every 90 minutes while it took Zaha 301 minutes to bag each Premier League strike. Emile Smith Rowe struggled with injury during his spell in Germany last season EMILE SMITH ROWE Smith Rowe is now hoping to impress Emery after spending last season out on loan with RB Leipzig. But he was restricted to just three appearances for the Bundesliga side after struggling with injury. [article-rail-topic title=”latest arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] He made his name for the Gunners during last season’s tour of Asia and in the early stages of the Carabao Cup and Europa League. Ozil has also tipped Smith Rowe to make his breakthrough into the first team next season. The German midfielder said: “Don’t forget Emile [Smith Rowe]. He is injured so he is coming back, we know his quality as well.  At Arsenal, I think we are lucky to have those young players.” [bc_video video_id=”6062256462001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal star Alex Iwobi may quit the Gunners if they sign £80m-rated Wilfried Zaha”]
22 Jul 19
CBS Boston
BOSTON (CBS) — Patriots training camp kicks off on Thursday, but players dealing with injuries and health issues reported to Foxboro on Sunday. Six of those players will open camp on active PUP, including running back Sony Michel. After dealing with a knee injury for most of the offseason, Michel will begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Players can come off of active PUP at any point during training camp and the preseason, but those who remain on PUP at the start of the regular season would have to sit out the first six weeks. Here are the six Patriots who will start training camp on PUP: Sony Michel, RB (Knee) Demaryius Thomas, WR (Achilles) Deatrich Wise, DE (Ankle) Nate Ebner, S Cole Croston, OL Ken Webster, DB Rookie tackle Yodny Cajuste failed his physical and will open camp on active the NFI (non-football injury) list with a quad injury, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss. Left tackle Isaiah Wynn, who missed his entire rookie season with an Achilles injury, passed his physical and will be good to go at the start of camp. The second-year tackle out of Georgia is expected to compete for New England starting left tackle job in camp. The rest of the Patriots report to camp Wednesday (though many will arrive early) with the first full-squad workout set for Thursday, July 25.
22 Jul 19
donaldelley

  Simon Phillips sounds like he is weirdo with kids. Simon Phillips certainly dodged a bullet as jail is not kind on pedophiles. Best he doesn’t teach any more…try gardening for old ladies Simon. ABC News Australia Sydney teacher cleared of indecent assault charges against young female students By Jamie McKinnell Monday 22 July 2019 […]

22 Jul 19
NextBookAroundTheCorner

Rachel knew exactly what turning thirty would be like. She had a plan, after all. First college, then a climb up the professional ladder. Love, marriage, children. All of it was on the schedule. The cheap Hollywood apartment wasn’t on the list. Neither was the string of heartbreaks. Or the effect her mother’s cancer had […]

22 Jul 19
Marcus does the Camino

Starting my rest day with a ‘Thank you’ to you. So far I have raised about half of my target for CLIC Sargent and the Terrence Higgins Trust which is great. Every donation is important and very much appreciated, but I still have 50% to go. Secondly thank you for reading this blog. It helps […]