The German was creating issues until Lampard made some half-time tweaks (Picture: Getty)Frank Lampard says Chelsea struggled to deal with the movement and positioning of Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil and was disappointed with how his side dealt with playing against 10 men.The west Londoners looked in complete control of Tuesday night’s 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge when David Luiz was sent off for a cynical foul, with the double jeopardy rule not applying as Jorginho converted the resulting penalty.But rather than laying siege to Arsenal’s goal, it was actually the visitors who began to exert control, with Mikel Arteta even changing his mind over subbing on a centre-back due to how well the team were playing. Frank Lampard explains how Mesut Ozil caused Chelsea problems against Arsenal Advertisement Ozil worked tirelessly before being substituted in the second half (Picture: Getty)Lampard was unhappy with how Chelsea approached the match once Arsenal had been reduced to 10 men, particularly how they dealt with Ozil, and welcomed the chance to make tweaks at half-time.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAsked why his side struggled to control the game despite their man advantage, Lampard explained: ‘Well I think probably for 15 minutes in the first half it did because I think we were still probably in the mindset of them with 11.‘And Ozil pulling out to the side and giving you some problems and I think we ended up being in a kind of middle ground. So I was pleased for half-time so I could address that.’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 ArsenalIn another interview with BT Sport, he added: ‘I think we were used to having a little bit of an issue where Ozil comes out to the side and we sort of stayed in the mode of dealing with them with 11, when really with 10 we could have been more aggressive.’Lampard continued: ‘Then I thought the second half was what it was, we had loads of the ball, we were in their half most of the time, they had a few breakaways – that can happen. Comment Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 22 Jan 2020 12:24 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link19.7kShares Advertisement Chelsea had to settle for a point despite playing against 10 men (Picture: Getty)‘Sometimes being tentative when they’ve got 10 is wrong, you have to go in and still be really positive to make sure they don’t get out. And they had a few moments and they fought for it and that’s what they should do in a London derby.‘So the initiative is on us to be really ruthless about doing the right things, to move the ball quick enough, to take your chances when they came along. I thought we moved it quick enough at times but we didn’t take our chances when we got them.’MORE: Mikel Arteta praises Arsenal starlet Gabriel Martinelli and explains substitution confusionMORE: Ian Wright mocks Cesar Azpilicueta’s celebration after Arsenal find late equaliser against Chelsea
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January 29, 2016 By: Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf First Lady Frances Wolf, It’s On Us PA, Public Safety, The Blog Today, at Elizabethtown College, we joined Education Secretary Pedro Rivera, the PA Commission for Women, representatives from “It’s On Us” and the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, numerous presidents from colleges across the state, and state representatives and senators to make an exciting announcement in our state’s fight against sexual assault.We announced “It’s on Us PA” – the first statewide effort to address the crisis of campus sexual assault. This builds on the White House “It’s on Us” campaign.The InitiativeWe need to treat sexual assault in our schools and colleges as the serious problem it truly is. We need to agree that we’re not going to put up with it any longer. That’s why we are launching this initiative.Together, we launched “It’s On Us PA.” Building off the momentum of the national “It’s On Us” movement launched by President Obama and Vice President Biden in 2014, “It’s On Us PA” will engage education leaders from school superintendents to college presidents as well as students, teachers, faculty, staff, civic leaders, families, and communities to make a personal and public pledge to play a role in preventing, addressing, and responding effectively to sexual violence.With this announcement, Pennsylvania is the first state in the nation to launch an “It’s On Us” campaign. “It’s On Us PA” will be a statewide campaign that invites everyone to play a role in ending sexual assault.The PlanThe goals of “It’s On Us PA” are to:Improve awareness, prevention, reporting, and response systems in schools, colleges and universities to better serve all students.Remove and reduce the barriers that prevent survivors from not only reporting their assaults but also accessing vital resources. This will be accomplished by creating a more consistent, empowering reporting process for student survivors of gender-based violence.Demonstrate significant, proactive, and sustainable leadership to change campus culture by challenging Pennsylvania’s education leaders – including college and university presidents and district superintendents – as well as students, teachers, faculty, staff, families, and communities to pledge to improve their institutions’ climate.With today’s launch, we will kick off a year of action.The Governor’s Office and the Pennsylvania Department of Education will hold roundtable discussions with leaders and community stakeholders over the next three months to develop a package of proposed legislation and recommendations to implement “It’s On Us PA” and to address the pressing issues of sexual assault in our schools, colleges and universities.PDE will also launch a webinar series in the spring for schools, colleges and universities focused on best practices and existing legal requirements related to sexual violence, including Title IX, Jeanne Clery Act, and state law.The CrisisPennsylvania’s greatest resource is the more than 2.5 million children and young adults enrolled in our schools and postsecondary institutions. We must ensure that every single student has an opportunity to live and learn in a safe, supportive environment that allows them to reach their full potential.For too many of our young people, classrooms and campuses are not the safe havens they should be.Sexual violence affects an estimated one in five college women and one in 20 college men. Nearly 20 percent of girls between the ages of 14 and 17 are sexually assaulted.Sexual assault affects the health and well-being of students. Sadly, sexual assault can also derail a student’s educational success. Survivors often struggle with long-term health issues, including depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, suicidal ideation, and substance abuse. They are more likely to earn lower grades or drop out of school altogether.The impact of this violence extends beyond individuals to the entire community. Based on estimates from researchers, the lifetime costs in lowered educational attainment and lost productivity for adolescent girls experiencing sexual assault in Pennsylvania is a staggering $15.1 billion.Let’s Get StartedWhen a person is sexually assaulted, it reflects – and often reinforces – a number of negative forces: it promotes a culture of unfairness and discrimination, feeds on the pernicious idea that some people have clearer rights than others, and builds an environment of fear among the community of friends, acquaintance, and neighbors who know of the survivor’s ordeal.Safety is a fundamental civil right, and sexual assault is a clear violation of that civil right. When that violation occurs for any member of a community, it violates the right of everyone to a safe society. A society in which sexual assault is a big problem is a society in which the core values we claim to hold dear – life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – are little more than empty ideals.We need to end sexual assault.We must recognize that this is a problem that demands leadership, courage, and action. We are proud to launch “It’s On Us PA.” Ensuring our students’ safety and well-being is paramount not only for their success, but the success of Pennsylvania as a whole. BLOG: Wolf Administration Launches #ItsOnUsPA Campaign SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Denmark’s largest commercial pensions firm PFA has reported a big fall in investment returns for the first three quarters of this year but said holdings in equities, alternatives and property supported profits in the face of big market swings.Reporting interim figures, PFA said its investment return for January to September was DKK7.4bn (€992m).This time last year, it posted an investment return of DKK34.7bn.Allan Polack, group chief executive, said: “In the first nine months of the year, returns were driven in particular by shares, alternative investments, property and a stronger US dollar. “Despite the high degree of turbulence on the financial markets, due especially to uncertainty surrounding China’s growth and extremely low interest rates, we at PFA have had a good exposure to those parts of the equities market that have been robust.”The overall return on unit-link pensions was 3% in January to September, down from 8.2% in the corresponding period in 2014.With-profits pensions, on the other hand, returned an average of 1.5% in the nine-month period, compared with 11.2% in the same period last year.PFA’s overall profit in the period was DKK235m before tax compared with DKK991m in the same phase of last year, with the result having been dragged down by a wide loss on its health and accident insurance business of DKK644m.PFA’s pensions business made a DKK784m profit, little changed from the DKK807m reported for the first nine months of 2014.Polack explained that the claims trend within the insurance business continued at a high level during the third quarter.Solvency coverage increased to 300% at the end of September from 278% at the end of 2014.Total contributions grew to DKK21.3bn in the first three quarters of the year, up 18% from DKK18.1bn in the same period a year earlier.Regular contributions increased 6% to DKK12.5bn from DKK13.2bn, according to the interim data.PFA’s total group assets tipped slightly lower at the end of September to DKK550bn from DKK552bn at the end of December 2014.
Broadbeach is booming. When it comes to median price growth, apartments in the burgeoning Gold Coast suburb are outperforming every capital city on the east coast. According to independent market analyst Urbis, Broadbeach achieved an impressive five-year growth rate of 5.4 per cent per annum, to the March 2019 quarter, overtaking all other major cities across the nation except for Hobart.Apartments in Broadbeach are outperforming every capital city on the east coast.In the same time period, Broadbeach apartments fetched prices that were on average 38.5 per cent higher than the overall Gold Coast median apartment price.The suburb also smashed another property record with 236 apartments sold in 2018 – the best sales result Broadbeach has achieved since 2013.Ongoing investment in the areaUrbis director Matthew Schneider said Broadbeach was benefitting from its position in the heart of the Gold Coast and was “in its prime”, with $9.7 billion worth of infrastructure projects in the pipeline, underway or recently completed.Broadbeach is benefitting from extensive investment into infrastructure for the area.These include the completion of the first two stages of the $2.3 billion light rail project and a $709 million future stage that will allow passengers to travel from Broadbeach.There has also been a $670 million revamp of Pacific Fair Shopping Centre; as well as The Star Entertainment Group and its consortium partners – Far East Consortium and Chow Tai Fook Enterprises –proposing a further $2 billion-plus masterplan for development at The Star Gold Coast, located on the exclusive Broadbeach Island.“Prospective property purchasers are no doubt attracted to the enviable lifestyle and value on offer, but they also have their eye on the suburb’s consistent track record and future growth,” Schneider said.Developer fast-tracks residential sales on second mixed-use tower to meet strong demandAlong with its consortium partners, The Star Entertainment Group has begun building the first mixed-use tower at The Star Gold Coast, which is on track for completion in 2022.This $400 million, 53-storey tower will herald the entry to Australia of the internationally-acclaimed Dorsett Hotel brand – a 4.5-star hotel with 316 hotel rooms, as well as 423 one and two-bedroom apartments under ‘The Star Residences Gold Coast’ brand.Demand was so high for apartments in the first tower, 92 per cent of them were sold within 19 months. As a result, the consortium has fast-tracked the sales launch of the apartments in its second mixed-use tower.Pending sales, Far East Consortium national sales and marketing manager Lauren Sheldon said construction on this $500 million 63-storey tower could start next year. It will feature 457 residential apartments and 210 five-star hotel rooms plus a vast array of world-class amenities.The apartments in the second mixed-use tower have been designed to maximise views and coastal breezes.Broadening its appeal to potential buyers, the second mixed-use tower’s one-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 55sqm to 64sqm, will be priced from $489,000. This is significantly less than the average apartment price in other cities on the east coast, with Sydney’s median apartment price sitting at $680,000.The two-bedroom apartments, ranging from 71sqm to 106sqm, start at $692,000, and three-bedroom offerings ranging in size from 112sqm to 168sqm are priced from $1.295 million. All apartments feature expansive glass and have been designed to maximise views and coastal breezes.World-class amenitiesMrs Sheldon said the high-end mixed-use tower will boast an exclusive two-level resident-only recreation deck featuring private cabanas, sundecks, a yoga deck, lap pool, and barbeque area as well as a sauna, steam room, space for a kid’s club, a gym and private dining rooms.The Star Gold Coast will offer world class amenities for its residents.A six-level podium, featuring an active retail concourse for residents and visitors, will connect to The Star Gold Coast and has been designed to create a world-class experience.Other amenities to be seamlessly integrated into The Star Gold Coast include alfresco dining areas, a luxurious day spa and wellness centre, subtropical gardens and function lawns.In a first for the Gold Coast, potential buyers can view a fully immersive $2 million display suite that is an exact replica of one of the apartments. It is positioned on level 7 of The Darling at The Star Gold Coast, located at 1 Casino Drive in Broadbeach, and is open daily from 9am-5pm.Pending sales, construction is expected to commence on The Star Gold Coast’s second mixed-use tower next year.With a limited number of these highly sought-after Broadbeach apartments being released, now is the time to register your interest.All renders supplied by The Star Residences.
NewsRegional Plane from New York crashes at Guyana airport by: – July 30, 2011 Share 64 Views no discussions Share Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Photograph of Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737-800 broken in two as a result of crash.A plane has crashed and broken in two on landing at Guyana’s main airport in the capital, Georgetown, causing injuries but no deaths.The Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737-800 flight BW-523 from New York had 163 people aboard.The plane apparently overshot the runway at Cheddi Jagan International Airport during wet weather.Guyana’s president said it halted near a 200-foot (61-metre) ravine that could have resulted in dozens of deaths.“We are very, very grateful that more people were not injured,” Bharrat Jagdeo added, quoted by AP news agency.The airport was due to re-open at 1000 local time (1400 GMT).‘Terror on board’The plane had made a stop in Trinidad en route from New York.A woman quoted by Guyana’s Kaieteur News service described hearing a loud sound when it landed in Guyana, and said everyone began screaming.“It was terror,” she said. “I was praying to Jesus.”Her husband opened the emergency door and passengers began escaping, she added.Rescuers struggled in the dark to free other passengers from the wreckage.One woman described how a taxi driver got to the scene before the emergency services and charged her to be driven back to the terminal.The accident occurred at 0132 local time, according to a statement from Caribbean Airlines.There were 157 passengers and six crew on board, it said.Health Minister Leslie Ramsammy told the French news agency AFP one person had suffered a broken leg and several others sustained minor bruises.They are being treated in hospital in Georgetown.Caribbean Airlines, which is majority-owned by Trinidad and Tobago with Jamaica holding a minority stake, does not have a history of serious safety problems.BBC News
Loading… Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All TimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Best Geek Movies Of All TimeTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends In TVWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka TrumpWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World The transfer market is due to be affected heavily by the coronavirus pandemic following a loss of ticket sales and television revenue with the season on hold. Arsenal head of football Raul Sanllehi has already warned staff that transfers are not a priority for the club this summer. It is understood the Spaniard explicitly played down the prospect of any big-money signings in a weekly video call with chief executive Vinai Venkatesham and all non-playing employees. The Gunners have been linked with a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey, who has a £44m release clause, but the deal looks to have hit a major stumbling block. The club have already looked to cut costs by announcing that most of the first team and manager Arteta have agreed 12.5 per cent pay cuts for the next 12 months. read also:Arteta is playing Pepe out of position at Arsenal – Robson The North Londoners also confirmed that 14 executives have taken a 30 per cent salary reduction for the next year. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Arsenal could have to sell six players to fund the remaining fee left to pay for Nicolas Pepe. The Gunners splashed a club record £72million in the summer to sign winger Pepe from Lille on a five-year contract. It came as a surprise following suggestions Arsenal had a tight budget to do business with. But it later emerged the transfer would be paid in five instalments over Pepe’s Emirates contract. Bleacher Report have now claimed the Gunners are looking to sell up to six players in the next window to ensure they have the cash to cover the money owed to Lille. Skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and strike partner Alexandre Lacazette have both been linked with a move away from London recently, with Mesut Ozil also named as a potential way of recouping money.Advertisement
Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldLittle Georgie Henley Has Grown Into A Beautiful Swan!A Little Cafe For Animal Lovers That You Will Never Want To LeaveThe Great Wall Of China: The Hidden Story7 Mesmerizing Facts About Hypnosis8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith Mason Greenwood has emerged as a Man Utd star and has now been tipped to join Neymar and Kylian Mbappe in taking up the torch as the leading football superstars when Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo retire. Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov says the day Cristiano Ronaldo retires will be “one of the saddest days in world football”. But he has named Red Devils wonderkid Mason Greenwood in the same bracket as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe as one of those in line to replicate the Portuguese superstar in the next generation. Ronaldo and Barcelona rival Lionel Messi have been the dominant duo in the game for over a decade but are both entering the latter stages of their careers. And Berbatov believes Greenwood, 18, could be capable of reaching the same highs they have as his career develops after his stunning breakthrough campaign at Old Trafford. Berbatov told Betfair: “It will be one of the saddest days in world football when Ronaldo finishes playing, even those who dislike him will appreciate him. “The day will come, but hopefully not for some time yet. When he’s finished, other players will come, even Pele and Maradona were eventually replaced- life is a circle. “We have Neymar, Mbappe, Greenwood, and other young players that can hopefully reach the highs of Ronaldo and Messi, as unbelievable as that may seem.” The Bulgarian striker also sees shades of his former team-mate Ronaldo as he watches young talent Greenwood. But he insists he should still be given time and patience to hit the highest level without being labelled the next Ronaldo or Messi. He added: “Mason Greenwood has really impressed me, even before his last game, he always gets his shots on target, and he has two good feet, not just his left. “It’s good to see he’s being given a chance to shine and play regularly, and he’s taking that chance. He’s well on the way to being a really good player, what he’s shown is unbelievable. “He reminds me of Ronaldo at that age, especially with his self-belief and confidence to take players on. They also share quickness and sharpness, he’s in a great position for his age, and as I said, he’s embraced the opportunity. “He’s proving he can be a brilliant player not just now, but also in the future. If he continues on his current path, he’ll be one of the best players in the world. read also:Shearer: Man Utd teen Greenwood reminds me of myself “He’s still a long way from being as good as Ronaldo I have to add, he has a long way to go, but at the moment he’s doing it the right way and he’s in the best environment possible. “He’s surrounded by a great manager, experienced players, and great people, all of whom will help him take the next steps. “These days we rush too quickly to say a player is the next Maradona, Pele, Messi or Ronaldo, we should let him find his feet.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger does not know the exact reason Alexis Sanchez chose the Emirates Stadium over Anfield – but he is glad the Chile forward will be lining up for his side rather than against them for Liverpool on Saturday. “At the end of the day, only Sanchez can explain to you why he has chosen us. I don’t know why he did that, but we are happy that he made that decision,” said Wenger of the £32million Chile forward, who has netted 19 goals so far. “I was (aware of Liverpool’s interest), but you never know if it is really true, but I thought it could be because of the interest in Suarez (from Barcelona). “In the negotiations, yes, it is a strength – and it makes sense, an exchange and some money for Liverpool.” Wenger believes the way Sanchez has adapted so quickly to a change in environment proves he is one of the best around. “If you look at the qualities, efficiency, work-rate, fighting spirit – (he is at the) top,” the Arsenal boss added. “When it (the game) becomes flat, he can revitalise the strengths and dynamics of the team and the supporters.” Ahead of the key Barclays Premier League clash, Wenger was keen to play down any talk of a potential summer transfer move for Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling, who has so far rejected a new contract offer. Despite the Reds having lost to Manchester United before the international break to dent hopes of another top-four finish, Wenger has been impressed by the way Brendan Rodgers has developed his team following the sale of Suarez and injury to striker Daniel Sturridge. “He has done very well. I think he found a solution at the right time,” the Arsenal manager said. “They did well last season too, they scored over 100 goals in the Premier League, which is absolutely fantastic.” Sanchez had his selection of clubs once Barcelona had decided to let him leave, and following the World Cup, the 26-year-old was convinced to continue his career under Wenger’s expert guidance, going on to make an instant impression in English football. The French coach, however, admits the possibility Liverpool could use their interest in Sanchez as leverage during negotiations over Luis Suarez’s move to the Nou Camp last summer was always on the cards. Press Association
Pellegrini claims the 29-year-old will not be fit for another fortnight and Belgium will soon realise that. But Wilmots, who has a right to have Kompany examined by his own medical staff, is hopeful the player could face Israel on October 13. Pellegrini, speaking at a press conference, said: “Of course it’s outside the control of any club manager. The national team have a list of the players that play for them and they have, in the international break, the authority to use them. “We can’t do anything about that because they have the decision – but he cannot play. “I hope that Vincent can return after the international break but I am not sure. I hope that after 15 days he will be able to play but the calf is a difficult muscle. We must see in the way he improves.” Wilmots delivered a more upbeat assessment of Kompany’s condition as he spoke to media following his squad announcement. He told reporters in Belgium: “I talked to Vincent on the phone yesterday. He missed a few games but now he is fit. “Vincent is coming. After consulting with Manchester City and the medical staff he will follow a tailored fitness programme. “On Monday he starts to run again. He won’t play Saturday against Andorra but there’s a big chance that against Israel he will be fit to play. “Anyway I wanted Vincent with us, he will follow his schedule with us. But we won’t take risks with him.” City have clashed with Belgium over their captain in the past. In March 2013 former City manager Roberto Mancini criticised Wilmots for picking Kompany to face Macedonia despite a lengthy lay-off with a calf injury. Pellegrini was insistent there would be no repeat this time simply because Kompany will not be fit. He said: “I can’t ask him not to travel – if the national team call him, he must go. He is an important player, he must be with his mates and Belgium are playing important games for the next European Championship. “It is not a problem for him to go to the national squad but he cannot play. “In the same way when you don’t play for your national team you cannot play after for your club, it must be the same in the other sense. If you cannot play for your squad you cannot play for your national squad.” Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini admits he would be powerless to stop Belgium playing captain Vincent Kompany in their final Euro 2016 qualifiers. Belgium coach Marc Wilmots is heading for a potential clash with Pellegrini after naming the injured City skipper in his squad for the upcoming fixtures against Andorra and Israel. The influential defender has missed City’s last four games with a calf problem and has also been ruled out of Saturday’s Barclays Premier League clash against Newcastle. Press Association