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Rio Ferdinand tells Mikel Arteta to build Arsenal team around three players

Rio Ferdinand tells Mikel Arteta to build Arsenal team around three players

first_imgMikel Arteta is set for his first pre-season at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Rio Ferdinand believes Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta should build his new-look Gunners side around the likes of Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka and Joe Willock.The Spaniard has placed his faith in youth since taking over at the Emirates and has vowed to name a starting XI based on performances in training, rather than picking on name alone.That’s seen the likes of Alexandre Lacazette demoted in favour of youngster Eddie Nketiah and there’s been an upturn in results since Arteta replaced Unai Emery in December.Nevertheless, Arteta faces a huge challenge in north London and there will be plenty to work on this summer as he faces a difficult situation in dealing with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is refusing to sign a new deal at the Emirates.ADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterMonday 30 Mar 2020 10:10 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.4kShares Ferdinand has backed Arteta’s decisions so far (Picture: Getty)But Ferdinand believes Arteta has set the right values in motion at the club and should continue to build around the likes of Martinelli, Saka and Willock.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Really you’re meant to be looking at centre-halves, they should’ve been looking there for the last 10 years and they haven’t got it right,’ Ferdinand said on Instagram Live.‘Arsenal is a fantastic football club, what a club, a massive club. I think they’ve got to get it right in other areas of the pitch. ‘Keep bringing in these [players], [Gabriel] Martinelli, [Bukayo] Saka, [Joe] Willock, all these boys.‘I love seeing that but they’ve got to get stability and strength in there, some people who will do good for the club, because it hasn’t worked with the likes of Sokratis and Mustafi, I don’t think they haven’t been able to get it right, and Chambers before that.’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 CityWith Aubameyang likely heading for the exit, Arsenal have been linked with Real Madrid outcast Luka Jovic.However, Ferdinand has advised Arteta not to move for the Serbian.‘He’s someone who’s done nothing in a Real Madrid shirt but the potential he showed when he was at Eintracht Frankfurt made him someone who was very highly thought of,’ said Ferdinand.‘But it doesn’t always go to plan when you go to a new team, so I wouldn’t hold it against him. ‘I think he’s someone who can add something to Arsenal. ‘But I don’t believe Arsenal need a player in that position.MORE: Rio Ferdinand reveals one issue with Jadon Sancho’s £120m move to Manchester United Advertisement Comment Advertisement Rio Ferdinand tells Mikel Arteta to build Arsenal team around three playerslast_img read more

Applications For Reserved Turkey Hunts Start Friday

Applications For Reserved Turkey Hunts Start Friday

first_imgHunters can begin submitting online applications for reserved turkey hunts to be held on certain state and federally owned properties including Muscatatuck National Willdlife Refuge, beginning Jan. 31.The application period runs through March 24 on DNR website.Hunters must possess a valid 2014 spring turkey license, or lifetime license or youth hunt/trap license to apply for any of the reserved hunts. Applicants are allowed to apply for one property, and choose from the available dates for that property.Whether a drawn hunter can bring a hunting buddy varies by property. On DNR properties, drawn hunters are not allowed to bring a buddy. At Muscatatuck, drawn hunters may bring a buddy, but only the drawn hunter can hunt.Hunt dates at Muscatatuck are: April 23-24, 25-26, 27-28, and 29-30.Other hunting properties throughout Indiana can be viewed on the DNR website.last_img read more

BPD on the watch for bus arm violations

BPD on the watch for bus arm violations

first_imgBatesville, IN—The Batesville Police Department is working with the Batesville School Corporation in following up with drivers who disregard school buses with the arm signal device extended. The violation is covered in Indiana Code 9-21-12-1 and is a Class A infraction but can be a Class A misdemeanor under Indiana Code 9-21-8-52.Vehicles traveling from either direction must stop for a school bus with the arm signal extended when there is no physical barrier or median.The Batesville Police Department and Batesville School Corporation want to ensure children are safe when on or near the roadway. If you witness a violation, call 911 if you can safely do so. If you call 911, dispatch will ask if you were able to obtain the following: the license plate number, vehicle description, driver description, and location. Any information you are safely able to obtain is helpful.last_img read more

Gophers strike twice late to steal tie

Gophers strike twice late to steal tie

first_imgWith a little more than minute to go in the second game of a two-game series against Minnesota, the No. 1 Wisconsin women’s hockey team (7-0-1) seemed poised to complete an impressive sweep over their archrival Gophers. There’s a reason they play the whole game, though, and despite leading 3-1 with 1:12 to play, the Badgers gave up two goals and had to settle for a tie, snapping a 19-game win streak.Though it was Minnesota (3-2-1) that struck first during Sunday’s game with a first-period goal, UW sophomore Kayla Hagen was able to wrap the puck around the net and tie the game up midway through the first. Despite a low number of shots on net, the Badgers were able to score again in the third on Meghan Duggan’s deflection of an Erica Lawler shot, and a Phoebe Monteleone goal with 8:20 to play put the Badgers ahead 3-1 and seemingly locked up the game.Gopher defensemen Dagney Willy was able to score with 1:12 to play, however, as Badger goalie Jessie Vetter was screened by a defenseman and rendered unable to see the shot. The goal allowed the Gophers to pull their goalie in exchange for an extra man and forced the Badgers to play defensively. After winning a faceoff with just more than 12 seconds to play, Minnesota was able to bat the puck around before finally slipping one by Vetter with just two seconds left to play. The overtime period proved fruitless for both teams as the game ended in a 3-3 tie.”We just didn’t do what we needed to do to finish it off,” Badger coach Mark Johnson said. “A couple little things happened, but that’s hockey. It’s getting a bounce here or getting a break, and [Minnesota] got a couple late in the game.”Though ending with a tie after holding a two-goal lead so late in the game may have been difficult to swallow, the Badgers hope to learn from the experience and move past it.”We learned our lesson,” forward Lawler said. “We just have to take it for what it’s worth and learn from it.”Vetter, starting both games of a series for the first time this season, understands how important moving on is, especially for a goalie.”Bad bounces happen, being a goalie you have to get over it quick because they’ll come right at you again,” Vetter said. “We’ll just take what we can from this game and look forward to next weekend.”Disappointing as Sunday’s tie was, the Badgers were pleased with their overall performance this weekend after winning 3-1 over the Gophers on Saturday. Meghan Duggan, playing against Minnesota for the first time, scored twice as Wisconsin out-shot their opponent 36-14 to notch an impressive win in the teams’ first meeting since last season’s National Championship game. “I was pretty nervous before the game,” Duggan said. “I just went out and tried to not be nervous.””[Duggan] played well,” Johnson said. “She competed, she played hard, and she got rewarded with a couple of nice goals.”Minnesota had come into the game averaging 38.5 shots per contest, but Wisconsin was able to hold them to only 14 shots in the game by keeping the puck in the opposing zone, a factor critical to the outcome.”The best defense is a good offense,” Vetter said. “Our offense played very well — forechecking, keeping it in there. If it ever got in our zone, the D got it up pretty quick.””I thought overall that was one of the best performances over the seven games we’ve had so far. Everybody played well,” Johnson said. “Overall it’s a good weekend to get three out of four points, and we’re happy with that.”The Badgers will host North Dakota in a two-game series next weekend.last_img read more