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Comment Advertisement Advertisement Jose Mourinho has been impressed with the young defender (Picture: Getty)Jose Mourinho showered Saliba with praise last week amid rumours that his former club, United, were interested in the France Under-19 international.‘I think he has everything needed to become a good player, much like Kurt Zouma, who I signed,’ Mourinho said.More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesSaliba signed a long-term contract with Saint-Etienne last month, with the Ligue 1 outfit anticipating offers for the youngster this summer.Speaking about his contract extension, Saliba said: ‘I am very happy to extend my adventure with Saint-Etienne, the club where I came up from as a youngster.‘I want to thank all my youth coaches and everyone who has contributed to my progression at this club.’MORE: Zinedine Zidane aims swipe at Gareth Bale after denying him Real Madrid farewell Arsenal and Manchester United are both interested in signing William Saliba (left) (Picture: Getty)Arsenal are reportedly preparing to do battle with Manchester United for Saint-Etienne star William Saliba in the summer transfer window.Saliba, 18, has had an outstanding debut season in France, making 17 appearances since breaking into Jean-Louis Gasset’s first-team, and the defender’s accomplished performances have caught the attention of the Premier League’s elite.United have been credited with a strong interest in Saliba and, according to Goal, Arsenal have been keeping close tabs on the teenage centre-back all season.The report claims that Arsenal are convinced by Saliba’s potential and have been impressed with the level of his maturity for such a young player.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: 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 CityUnai Emery will have just £40 million to spend on reinforcements this summer if the Gunners fail to qualify for the Champions League by beating Chelsea in the Europa League final.The Spaniard will prioritise signing a top-class central defender and Saliba has emerged as the club’s top target in this position. Metro Sport ReporterSunday 19 May 2019 5:42 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.5kShares Arsenal lining up transfer move for Manchester United target William Saliba
Saab has secured an order for deliveries of the Sabertooth autonomous underwater vehicle/remotely operated vehicle (AUV/ROV) to an unnamed client. Deliveries will take place during 2018, the company informed.With this contract, the customer has ordered the first vehicles in a planned fleet of Sabertooth vehicles.Under the agreement, Saab and the customer will work together to further develop the vehicle and its applications in the field of subsea inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR), survey and intervention work.“We are pleased to have received this order for an initial number of systems. We will work closely together with the customer as they implement the system and we look forward to supporting them with their strategic focus and continued growth,” said Görgen Johansson, head of Saab’s business area Dynamics.The contract comprises a suite of advanced survey sensors. The Sabertooth system has been configured to allow additional sensors, which can be quickly integrated to meet project specific applications.
RelatedPosts Joe Aribo vows to bounce back from injury Joe Aribo out of Super Eagles friendlies Global COVID-19 cases surpass 27m – Johns Hopkins Rangers midfielder, Joe Aribo, could miss the club’s next “few games” after suffering a head injury in Wednesday’s League Cup win over Livingston.The Nigeria international required 20 stitches after a challenge by Livingston’s Rickie Lamie.Steven Gerrard confirmed Aribo will miss Saturday’s visit of Aberdeen after being “cut all the way to the bone”.“I will be very surprised if we see Aribo play before the international break,” the Rangers boss said.“It is his first time out of London and he has settled very well. This will be a setback but knowing him he will bounce back, he didn’t even want to come off yesterday which shows his mentality.”As well as Aberdeen, Rangers face Young Boys away in the Europa League on Thursday and then Hamilton at Ibrox before the next international break.He also now looks set to miss out on playing for Nigeria against Brazil in Singapore on 13 October, having recently won his first cap.Aribo was substituted before the break in the 1-0 win at the Tony Macaroni Arena after Lamie’s forearm hit the former Charlton midfielder on the head.After the match Gerrard questioned whether the Livingston defender should have remained on the pitch, and repeated his thoughts on Thursday.“I don’t think the player has gone in to intentionally hurt him but that in my book is serious dangerous play and in any other league it is a red card,” he said.Tags: BrazilJoe AriboRangers
Press Association Patchell’s razor sharp right boot gave the visitors a 6-0 lead inside the opening seven minutes, as he punished an initial scrum infringement from Leinster and then fired over from inside his own half. Isa Nacewa hit a post with his first place-kick, but he was then on target – pushing past the 400-point mark for Leinster in the process – following a determined kick chase from Noel Reid and Dominic Ryan. Ben Te’o carried with increasing intent during a fast-paced first quarter, with the home side’s pressure leading to number eight Conan burrowing over under Manoa Vosawai’s challenge from a couple of metres out. TMO Seamus Flannery confirmed the grounding and Nacewa converted from the right. However, despite dominating possession, Leinster were only one point clear at the break. Their full-back and stand-in captain sent a penalty narrowly wide before Patchell made it three from three, this time from halfway. Vosawai’s departure at the interval saw Ellis Jenkins brought on and Blues skipper Josh Navidi move to number eight and with the Welsh outfit still struggling for continuity, a central penalty from Nacewa made it 13-9. Cardiff’s doggedness in defence and ability to win turnovers – as seen with a textbook ruck penalty won by youngster Jenkins in his 22 – launched them forward again and Patchell took full advantage with penalties after 51 and 56 minutes. A powerful Leinster scrum, with replacement prop Royce Burke-Flynn making his presence felt, allowed Nacewa to boot the province back in front with 14 minutes remaining. That set up a grandstand finish with Jenkins doing really well to hold up Bryan Byrne from an advancing Leinster maul. However, a series of scrums and lineouts near the Cardiff line saw Cullen’s charges go for the jugular, particularly after Navidi saw yellow for a maul infringement. Their persistence paid off when Cardiff gave way at a five-metre scrum and referee Ben Whitehouse signalled for a penalty try which Nacewa converted. The Blues should have taken something from the game, but Patchell’s long range drop goal attempt drifted wide in the final seconds. Leinster picked up their first Guinness PRO12 win under new head coach Leo Cullen as they overcame a battling Cardiff Blues side 23-15 at the the RDS. Jack Conan’s 16th-minute try from close range had Cullen’s youthful team leading 10-9 at half-time, with Cardiff fly-half Rhys Patchell booting three penalty goals – two of them from distance. Patchell’s accuracy from the tee had the Blues 15-13 ahead entering the final quarter, but the Leinster forwards, including man-of-the-match Josh van der Flier, dictated play late on and they were rewarded with a clinching penalty try, four minutes from the end.
Grealish, 20, was warned about his off-field behaviour in April by then Villa manager Tim Sherwood after he was photographed apparently taking nitrous oxide. In June, Villa said they would speak to him after photographs were published appearing to show him lying in the street while on holiday in Tenerife. Grealish made his Villa debut in 2014 and has made 12 appearances, scoring once, this season. Defeat to Watford left Villa seven points from the safety line but Garde could ring the changes, specifically in defence, for Saturday’s trip to Southampton. He said afterwards: “It is not always individuals, it is sometimes collective. But also as individuals, for sure, they have to improve their level.” Meanwhile, former boss Sherwood has backed Villa to survive despite their desperate situation. Sherwood was sacked in October after six straight defeats and replaced by Garde earlier this month but he believes they can stay up. “I wish them well,” Sherwood told the Daily Telegraph. “It’s difficult when you lose your three best players and you finished 17th in the Premier League the previous season. It was always going to be a tough task. “The club is always going to be bigger than any individual. I respect their decision. I believe they will stay up this season. There were some good times in a very short period.” The midfielder was dropped for Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Watford after being pictured in a nightclub following the previous 4-0 loss at Everton. Press Association Sport understands Grealish was expected to link up with the under-21s again after manager Garde last week insisted he needed to act more professionally and issued the punishment as Villa battle relegation from the Barclays Premier League. Jack Grealish was due to train with Aston Villa’s under-21 squad on Monday but could return to the first-team fold later as boss Remi Garde contemplates changes. Press Association
Authorities in Hialeah have arrested a 23-year-old woman after she reportedly shot and killed a 28-year-old man.Karina Vanessa Corbalan was arrested Tuesday after she reportedly fatally shot Alejandro Sanchez several times on Monday.Investigators say they responded to the scene near the 5600 block of West 21st Avenue, to find the victim with several gunshot wounds.Sanchez was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center where he later died from his injuries.While many details surrounding the case have not been publicly released, a neighbor told reporters that her daughter was the one who found Sanchez. The witness says her daughter heard a loud sound outside and went to see what was happening. When she went outside she saw the victim running before he collapsed on the ground. The witness then went over to him and called his mother.After an investigation, authorities determined that Corbalan was behind the shooting. She is now facing a charge of second-degree murder and is due in court on Tuesday afternoon.Witnesses say Corbalan and Sanchez knew each other.
Fenceviewer Staff Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Latest Posts Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Bio Level 6 gymnasts (from left ) Sarah Danby, Paige Sawyer and Katherine McKee proudly display their third place banner following USA Gymnastics League competition at last weekend’s Winter Carnival Invitational in Stratham, N.H. Th e girls train and compete out of Springers’ Gymnastics Center in Ellsworth.ELLSWORTH — A Level 6 trio from Springers’ Gymnastics Center placed third and a Level 5 gymnast won was a floor exercise champion at the 17th annual Winter Carnival in Stratham, N.H., last weekend.It was the first outing of the USA Gymnastics League season for the seven Springers’ gymnasts.“This is a really big meet in that there are a lot of competitors,” said coach Doug Springer. “Each session had over 60 gymnasts and they ran a total of nine sessions in two days hosting over 30 teams from all over New England.”Highlights for the Ellsworth area girls included Madelyn Nida’s first place performance in the floor exercise at Level 5.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textNida also placed fourth on the vault and beam and ninth on bars to finish fourth all-around.On the third place Level 6 team were Katherine McKee, Paige Sawyer and Sarah Danby.Katherine was second on the floor third on the vault, fifth on the beam and sixth on the bars for second all-around.Paige was third on the floor, fifth on the vault and seventh on the bars and beam for fifth all-around.Sarah was third on the bars, eighth on the beam and sixth all-around.Also at Level 5, Gilly Rice was second on bars, third on floor and fourth all-around, and at Level 4, Riley Crowley was sixth on beam and floor.The meet was hosted by Gymnastics at Brentwood Commons.“There is really only one way to get experience in competing in big meets and that is to go to them,” said Springer.“For our team, I really want them to get out there in these larger meets so that when we go to a local meet, their nerves are a little less, and when we get to the end of the year at our state and regional meets, they have that experience to draw on and, hopefully, perform better.”The larger Down East Family YMCA team from Springers’ will be competing this weekend in Bangor, and another USA Gymnastics event is scheduled in Biddeford Jan. 26 and 27.For more sports news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Town report wins award – October 11, 2014
… Demerara make light work of EssequiboTHE GCB President’s X1 crumbled against spin bowling to crash to a 147-run defeat against Berbice in the opening round of the Inter-County Under-15 tournament yesterday at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) ground.Chasing 196, a batting meltdown saw them bundled out for just 49 in 29.5 overs, giving the Ancient County side a perfect start to the tournament.The GCB President’s X1 began their chase steadily as openers Shamma Yearwood and Mahendra Goepilall put together 21 for the first wicket before a mix-up between the two batsmen, resulted in Goepilall’s dismissal for seven.However, left-arm spinner Akash Herelall and off-spinner Abdur Ramsammy then produced two excellent spells of bowling, to rip through the President’s X1’s batting line-up, who had no answers for the guile and deception of the spinning duo.After losing the first wicket, the innings never really looked set to take off and stuttered and stumbled for the remainder of the innings.Herelall finished with figures of 4-5, while Ramsammy ended with 3-8.Earlier, Berbice rallied around a third-wicket partnership of 120, between Daniel Dharamdat and Marvan Prashad to pose a challenging total.The Man-of-the-Match, Prashad, stroked a composed 67, while Dharamdat chipped in with a fluent 44.Asked to bat first, Berbice made a disappointing start when they lost both their openers inside the first seven overs.Akash Herelall (left) and Abdur Ramsammy share seven wickets.Sarwan Chaitnarine (2), was bowled by Ronaldo Duraws, while Raynaldo Mohamed removed Ricardo Ramdial (11) at 21-2.However, it was a little better thereafter when Dharamdat and Prashad settled in and featured in a crucial partnership, which was the backbone in the total.The pair were allowed to score freely, and in the process played a wide selection of shots, with Prashad passing his half-century.But it was off-spinner Joel Gilkes, who provided the vital breakthrough when he removed Prashad. Dharamdat followed soon after to Danny Atkinson.Following those two dismissals, wickets started to tumble, with left-arm spinner Mohamed being the chief destroyer to finish with figures of 4-36.Berbice kept losing wickets at regular intervals and were bowled out off the final delivery of the innings with no other batsmen offering any resistance.Meanwhile, in the other first-round game played at the Police Sports Club ground, Demerara made light work of Essequibo, whipping the visitors by 112 runs.Batting first Demerara made 176-9, with Shoaib Shaw hitting 56. Essequibo in reply were bowled out for 64 in 26.5 overs. Andre Seepersaud (3-15) was the most successful bowler for Demerara.The tournament continues today, with Berbice facing Demerara at Enmore, while Essequibo will come up against the GCB President’s X1 at Everest.
It’s claimed that in the past 10 years, 16 players were repeatedly flagged to the Tennis Integrity Unit regarding suspected match-fixing.All of the players involved, including Grand Slam winners, were reportedly allowed to keep on playing despite concerns that there may be problems.The BBC and BuzzFeed News have obtained secret files that contain evidence of suspected match-fixing in the sport.