Unai Emery hints he is finally ready to perform Mesut Ozil U-turn ahead of Wolves clash Comment ‘Because the most important thing is the club, the team and finding a performance.‘Previously we were all speaking between us to take that decision. I know all the supporters want to know something [more] but now is not the moment.’However, with Arsenal now four points off the top four pace ahead of Saturday’s match against Wolves at the Emirates Stadium, Emery confirmed the former Real Madrid is back in his plans.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‘Yes he will feature,’ said the Spaniard during his post match press conference.‘We have a match on Saturday and we will look at the possibility to use him again alongside other players and this is the way sometimes.’Evaluating his overall performance, Emery added: ‘I think he played very well. Tonight, you’ve seen he is a skilful player in the team and he was very positive every time and I think he played a very good match.‘We spoke before the match, and we made the decision in the second half to take him off because he hasn’t played for a little while and we want to keep his fitness as he was very tired but for him it was great to play 60/65 minutes.’Should Mesut Ozil start vs Wolves?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi speaks out on own goal in 5-5 thriller against LiverpoolMORE: Kieran Tierney stops Arsenal players from walking straight down tunnel after Liverpool defeat Metro Sport ReporterThursday 31 Oct 2019 11:54 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link959Shares Mesut Ozil made his Arsenal return during last night’s 5-5 draw against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup (Picture: Getty)Unai Emery admitted he is ready to consider Mesut Ozil for Premier League selection after the Arsenal playmaker made an eye-catching comeback against Liverpool.Ozil was unable to save his side from a demoralising penalty shootout defeat, but was involved in all of Arsenal’s best attacking play before he was substituted in the 65th minute.The 31-year-old contributed to three of his side’s five goals on the night and produced a sublime back-heel assist which gifted Ainsley Maitland-Niles the chance to put Arsenal 4-2 ahead 10 minutes into the second half.Ozil had been omitted from the previous six matchday squads and had made just two appearances all season before he was brought back in from the cold by Emery last night.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe Arsenal coach revealed last Saturday that Ozil’s exile had the backing of the club’s executive committee, saying:’ Here we have one agreed strategy as a club and a team.Crazy and incredible match. 🙈 Losing on penalties is always tough, but definitely some positive things to take away from Anfield Road tonight. Thanks for the away support! 🙏🏼❤ Focus on Wolverhampton now! ⚽ #M1Ö #COYG #YaGunnersYa @Arsenal pic.twitter.com/vIQdoF4T8J— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) October 30, 2019 Advertisement Advertisement
German container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd and compatriot logistics services provider DB Schenker have launched a project aimed at cutting sulfur oxide emissions in ports.In order to reduce the impact of pollution, especially in Asian and Latin American ports, a “prestigious customer” switches all of its containers shipped by Hapag-Lloyd to low-sulfur fuel.Specifically, customers pay a voluntary surcharge on each of its containers shipped through these ports, having started in mid-2017. Such surcharge is used by Hapag-Lloyd to purchase the low-sulfur fuel.Customers receive a factual statement on the fuel change for all of their containers while DB Schenker supervises the transaction.As explained, the move goes beyond current regulation. While some regions in the world provide for 0.1% sulfur content not to be exceeded when at berth, many ports still do not have any such regulations and fuel is permitted to be burnt with sulfur contents of up to 3.5% to run vessel facilities during port stays for loading and discharge.“We are proud to enter with such prestigious companies in a ground-breaking health and environmental initiative,” Andrea Dorothea Schoen, Carbon Controller and head of DB Schenker’s climate protection program and project initiator, commented.“For us this a milestone in our environmental partnership – with the shipper and the carrier alike,” Schoen added.“We jointly can pave the way for better air quality and push sustainability on the oceans,” Thorsten Haeser, CCO of Hapag-Lloyd, pointed out.
This file image made from May 25, 2020 video provided by Christian Cooper, shows Amy Cooper with her dog talking to Christian Cooper in Central Park in New York. CHRISTIAN COOPER VIA AP FILE NEW YORK – A white woman who called the police during a videotaped dispute with a Black man over her walking her dog without a leash in Central Park was charged Monday with filing a false police report. District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said in a statement on Monday that his office had charged Amy Cooper with falsely reporting the confrontation, a misdemeanor that carries a maximum penalty of a year behind bars. She was ordered to appear in court on Oct. 14. (AP) In May, Amy Cooper drew widespread condemnation and was fired from her job after frantically calling 911 to claim she was being threatened by “an African American man,” bird watcher Christian Cooper. On the video he recorded of the woman, he sounds calm and appears to keep a safe distance from her.
Southampton have announced after tax profits of £33.4million for the year ending June 30, 2014, their first full-year profit since the club went into administration in 2009. Press Association Southampton chief executive officer Gareth Rogers said: “There are lots of positives to take from these financial results. Recording the first profit and positive net asset position for the first time since administration in 2009 is very pleasing. It shows the health of the club and the Group is strong and the foundations are there to be built on.” Southampton’s debt now stands at approximately £50m, of which circa £19m is owed to Vibrac, £15m shareholder’s loan and a further £15m secured on the shareholder’s estate. A big factor in the increase in revenue was due to the increase of television money, with payments increasing from £46.9m in 2012/13 to £79.4m in 2013/14, while c ommercial income has increased from £6.7m in 2012/13 to £8.3m in 2013/14. Rogers added: “Our focus remains on developing significant commercial growth which will support our vision to create a sustainable business model. “We have a strong business plan in place and we’re already seeing the green shoots of that plan. We believe it is possible to be a well-managed, well-structured football club that is successful both on and off the pitch.” St Mary’s Football Group Limited audited annual results showed a £33.4million profit on ordinary activities compared to a £7.1million loss in 2013. Total revenue increased to £106million from £71.8million in 2013 while group wages, including players, increased from £41.4million in 2013 to £55.2million in 2014.
LIVE TV First Published: 7th August, 2020 08:14 IST WATCH US LIVE Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 7th August, 2020 08:14 IST Virus Precautions, Uncertainty Mark Opening Of Ohio St Camp Ohio State opened preseason training camp Thursday with strict coronavirus protocols in place and under a cloud of uncertainty about whether the revised 10-game season will even be played at all FOLLOW US COMMENT Written By Ohio State opened preseason training camp Thursday with strict coronavirus protocols in place and under a cloud of uncertainty about whether the revised 10-game season will even be played at all.Rules requiring testing, masks, frequent disinfecting of equipment and social distancing — at least as much as is possible with around 120 players on the field — were observed at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center as the Buckeyes gathered for the first of 24 practices leading up to their Sept. 3 opener at Illinois.With schools already having abandoned their nonconference schedules because of the pandemic, the Big Ten released a schedule — along with a long list of required medical protocols — that includes 10 games per school, evenly split between home and away. Whether there will be any fans in 105,000-seat Ohio Stadium is still an open question.And there’s still a chance the season will be scrapped, depending upon virus trends and consultations with government officials. That will be determined in the coming weeks. Some smaller conferences have already done away with fall sports.Coach Ryan Day said he talked to his team about all those issues.“We don’t know what’s coming tomorrow,” Day said after practice. “Certainly anything’s possible. We all know that, but we’re really not focused on that.”The Buckeyes began working toward whatever comes next after being confined to their homes for a quarantine and then having summer workouts in Columbus disrupted by some positive coronavirus tests, although the school won’t say how many there were or provide names. Players will be tested twice a week during preseason camp.“It’s great to see the guys, just be around the team and feel the energy and be able to work out and practice together,” senior defensive end Jonathon Cooper said. “I think that’s doing a huge thing for everybody’s mental health.”Quarterback Justin Fields was a Heisman Trophy finalist last year after leading Ohio State to a 13-1 record and getting the Buckeyes to within one game of the College Football Playoff final. He’ll start this season as one of the Heisman favorites.Fields said he hasn’t considered opting out of what likely will be his final season before entering the NFL draft in the spring, even with the risk associated with playing this fall.“I don’t have any concerns about what’s going on here at Ohio State necessarily,” he said. “My only concerns that pop up in my head are what are they doing at other schools? I think one of the biggest concerns going around with the team is, what happens when all of the students come back to campus and students aren’t really worried about it, they’re doing what they usually do if the pandemic wasn’t going on? I think there are a lot of things in this situation that we can’t control.”Along with Fields and Cooper, the team this week elected as captains linebackers Justin Hilliard and Tuf Borland, cornerback Shaun Wade and offensive linemen Wyatt Davis and Josh Myers.Hilliard said it must be impressed upon all players that the way they behave and follow protocols could mean the difference between whether the season is played or not.“That’s a new addition, you know responsibility that we as leaders have to keep track of,” he said. “I think it’s important, especially now, as students will start coming back to let people know that we can’t have that normal lifestyle.“Especially some of the younger guys, it’s not fair to them because they just got to college,” he said. “It’s going to be tough for them to be locked away but they have to understand — we have to help them understand and hold them accountable — that we can’t live that same lifestyle we usually do in order to have a safe season. So it’s going to be a challenge.”Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO US