Tahiti on top at Va’a World Champs

first_imgKevin Ceran Jerusalemy won the V1 Open Men’s 18km race, while Chevalier Hikutini prevailed in the V1 Masters Men’s event.The French Territory also won yesterday’s V6 Open Women’s race and top the overall standings with four gold medals, one silver and two bronze from seven events.New Zealand was next best with two gold medals, while Australia have one.More than 650 paddlers from 33 countries and five continents are competing in the first world marathon championships, which runs for four days. Photo: Va’a News Tahiti A Tahitian crew during the Va’a World Distance Champs.last_img

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Ginebra players banner Gilas Pilipinas roster for 2019 SEA Games

first_imgHuge sinkhole swallows bus, kills six in China “So we’re gonna go hard and figure out the best way to do this. And do it well. That’s the goal. ” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. No need to wear face masks in Metro Manila, says scientist Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:11SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)08:07Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball05:21Drama in karate: Tsukii ‘very sad’ over coach’s bullying, cold shoulder03:24PH’s James Palicte boxing light welterweight final (HIGHLIGHTS) View comments Rounding out the cast are Jayson Castro, Roger Pogoy, Troy Rosario, Marcio Lassiter, Christian Standhardinger, Chris Ross, June Mar Fajardo, Vic Manuel, and Matthew Wright.Cone, in a presser held at the PBA office, said the move was taking a page off Norman Black’s fabled team in 1994 that competed in Hiroshima, where core members of the San Miguel Beermen were surrounded by handpicked talents.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSAndray Blatche has high praise for teammate Kai SottoSPORTSBig differenceSPORTSAlmazan status stays uncertain ahead of Game 4“This is something we don’t want to lose,” Cone said, adding that the SBP and the league felt it including amateurs to the crew would only get in the way of the collegiate season.The selection will begin training on Monday at Meralco Gym. Francis Kong, Jason Magbanua headline ‘The School for the Passionate, New Bold U 2020’ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—Six of the 15-man Gilas Pilipinas men’s talent pool for the Southeast Asian Games will come from crowd darling Barangay Ginebra, the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas and Tim Cone revealed on Thursday.LA Tenorio, Scottie Thompson, Stanley Pringle, Greg Slaughter, and Art dela Cruz will banner the multi-titled mentor’s contingent for the biennial meet slated across multiple cities here on Nov. 30 through Dec. 11.ADVERTISEMENT ‘People evacuated on their own’ Negros Occidental gov’t, church call for prayers for safety of Taal evacuees SBP’s top honcho, Al Panlilio also bared the list from which the 3×3 contingent will be selected.Top rookies Robert Bolick and CJ Perez banner the list which also includes 3×3 veteran Terrence Romeo.Also in the crop are Tony Semerad, Ian Sangalang, Chris Banchero, Raymond Almazan, Jason Perkins, Mo Tautuaa, Baser Amer, Chris Newsome and Mac Belo.The four-man lineup will be mentored by Ronnie Magsanoc, according to Panlilio.“This is our home territory. We’re hosting. We want to make sure our showcase sport wins the gold medal,” Cone said of the campaign.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Taal Volcano island 2 days after eruption Taal Volcano eruption: House to develop rehab plan for Batangas, Cavite, Laguna MOST READ Still good enough LOOK: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 takes you straight to hell with a Music Video and First Look-Imageslast_img read more

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Defying the odds: From poverty to attorney

first_imgBy Kizzy ColemanHer goal in life is simply this “no matter what career path I take, I must be able to make a difference”.And a difference she is making, but, most of all, inspirational is what she has become to all young women in Guyana.Twenty-nine-year-old Attorney-at-Law Latoya Roberts is an exceptional young woman with a determination that could move mountains. However, the person that she is today is one who struggled, one who came from very humble beginnings.Latoya RobertsRoberts spent her childhood days on the West Bank of Demerara (WBD) in a village called Vreed-en-Rust.She grew up with her mother, Myrtle Peters, who was a farmer and basket weaver. Her days then would be spent journeying to school via boat and in the afternoons assisting in the garden or farm; some days, she also wove baskets.However, with the fire burning inside to pursue a better quality of education even at that tender age, Roberts was sent to live with relatives in Georgetown where she attended the Tucville Primary School.“However, for the holiday season, I would usually go back home with my mother,” the young woman explained.Following her performance at the Secondary School Entrance Examination (SSEE), she gained a place at the North Georgetown Secondary School which was a disappointment to her, as it was her dream to attend President’s College.As they say, a dream can always be realised as long as you put in the hard work and this became true in Roberts’ case.Her determination became even stronger to attend President’s College and this motivated her to work hard, and this she did, graduating at the top of her class after writing the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.She was able to gain a place at President’s College as a Sixth Form student and she then set her sights on studying law.“After finishing CXC, I was not sure as to what area I wanted to pursue; however, based on the grades that I achieved, it was suggested to me that I should pursue law. I was always very vocal; public speaking also always came naturally to me so in Sixth Form at the President’s College, I started out in that field.”According to Roberts, law was her choice not just because it is lucrative but because it was seen as an opportunity to give a voice to the voiceless and those who cannot otherwise represent themselves.“I was motivated to continue to pursue law, because I saw it as my opportunity to effect positive changes in society especially coming from where I came from. I wanted to become a role model.”Journeying to achieve that dreamThe young Attorney described her journey as one that was arduous and financially challenging.“My journey was life changing, arduous because law is a journey that requires much financially and as my background was so simple, this was something that my parents could not afford. So it called for much patience, much planning and as a Christian, much prayers and dependence on God.”When she graduated Sixth Form, she continued to pursue her studies in law at the University of Guyana and successfully graduated. However, not being financially able to move onto the Hugh Wooding Law School (HWLS) like her colleagues, Roberts had to seek employment leaving her studies behind.However, the fire within her continued to burn. “I always kept my eyes on the prize,” she revealed.A few years later, she was able to write the entrance examination and was accepted into the HWLS.“I went to law school and that in itself was a miracle because I did not have all of the finances, but God provided. My dad worked very hard and I got a lot of support from my church family as well.”Roberts graduated as the best Guyanese law student for 2016 and was treated to a grand welcome at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA).“At law school, going through the different courses, excelling in some, learning in other areas and then the icing on the cake, graduating as Guyana’s best law student for 2016, that was affirmation that this is what is for me and that the journey is now complete. So for me, the whole journey, it was an arduous one as I said, but it is one that has taught me discipline, how to be tenacious and how to focus on your goals and continuing working towards it, defying the odds and difficulty that may come along the way.”Her encouragement“Each young woman in Guyana needs to take a moment to think about the direction in which they want their life to go in. So, the first thing I would say to them is to set a goal; there should always be something that you are working towards. And once you have set that goal and made that plan, come hill or high water, do not allow anything to deter you from achieving that goal. Life can be extremely difficult, I can attest to this as I have experienced it first hand, but you can battle through if you continue to put in the work and explore all the options.”Roberts further encouraged: “Young women, please surround yourselves with people who are positive and who would inspire and motivate you. Most importantly, pursue a relationship with God; it gives you a basis and a foundation because when those around you may fail, God will always be there. Hard work always pays off; it may take one year or even 20 years, but continue to be consistent and it will pay off, I can attest to this.”last_img read more

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Half of top CEOs paid over $8 million

first_imgThat’s more than 2 times the $27 million in total compensation this year for the New York Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez, baseball’s highest-paid player, and higher than the typical pay of such A-list movie stars as Brad Pitt or Leonardo DiCaprio – $20 million, plus 20 percent of the gross box office take. Semel was followed on the AP list by two energy industry CEOs, Bob Simpson of XTO Energy Inc. at $59.5 million and Los Angeles-based Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s Ray R. Irani at $52.8 million. The top 10 earners were in disparate industries, but they all had one thing in common: They were paid at least $30 million each in 2006. The Securities and Exchange Commission required companies starting this year to more completely disclose what they’re paying their top executives. But the SEC’s approach has been criticized for failing to provide useful figures for investors; the AP, in consultation with leading experts, came up with its own formula designed specifically to isolate the value of all compensation awarded to CEOs in the previous year. Millionaries club NEW YORK – A new Associated Press calculation shows that compensation for America’s top CEOs has skyrocketed into the stratospheric heights of pro athletes and movie stars: Half make more than $8.3 million a year, and some make much, much more. CEOs of companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 that filed proxy information in the first half of this year received a combined $4.16 billion in 2006, according to AP’s formula. The high cost of chief executive pay has drawn criticism in recent years as salaries rose, stock options paid off like lottery jackpots, and perks like chauffeured cars and private jets spread. Still, there are few signs of any investor backlash. Yahoo Inc.’s Terry Semel, whose Internet company has lagged behind Google Inc. in profit growth and stock performance, led the pack with total compensation last year of $71.7 million, according to the AP formula used to analyze those filings. Of the 386 companies in the AP list – those whose fiscal years ended after Dec. 15, and who reported by June 1 under the new SEC rules – only six reported their CEOs made less than $1 million last year. The lowest paid was Costco Wholesale Corp. CEO James Sinegal, who made $411,688. But no need to shed tears for him: Sinegal also owns 2.4 million Costco shares, worth about $1.3 billion, and has options to buy 1.2 million more shares. This year’s expanded disclosure requirements also offer a much more detailed look at perks given to top executives. They range from multimillion dollar tax payments on behalf of executives to much smaller amounts for household bills, including home alarm monitoring. A handful of companies, including Washington Mutual Inc., have stopped offering perks, and pay consultants say many more are likely to do so as boards think twice about the repercussions of seeing their largess disclosed in proxies. The AP formula, developed with advice from pay consultants Pearl Meyer & Partners and Mercer Human Resource Consulting, adds up salaries, bonuses, perks, above-market interest on pay that is set aside for later and what companies estimated the present value to be of restricted stock and options awards on the day they were granted last year. This differs from the summary compensation formula that the SEC requires companies to use in proxy statements. Some executive pay consultants say the SEC formula is of less value to investors because it includes expenses that companies recognize during the year for current and previously awarded stock grants. That tends to overstate in some cases, and understate in others, the specific pay decisions boards of directors took during the year, they said. Taking stock No matter which formula you use, Yahoo CEO Semel’s total illustrates one of the most pronounced recent trends in executive pay: Salary and cash bonuses account for only a small portion of total compensation. Almost all of his pay – $71.4 million – came as stock grants and stock options, according to AP calculations. His salary totaled only $250,001. Plus, the eventual payouts from stock options handed to CEOs could be substantially higher in future years if the overall market keeps floating most stock boats higher. It wasn’t supposed to turn out this way. This was expected to be the year that investor anger over pay boiled over. After Home Depot Inc.’s Robert Nardelli and Pfizer Inc.’s Henry A. McKinnell left their battered companies with golden parachutes worth $210 million and nearly $200 million, respectively, shareholder activists entered proxy season this spring primed for a showdown on pay and outsized retirement packages. It didn’t happen. Most annual meetings were quiet affairs. Shareholders did win votes giving them a say in executive compensation at Verizon Communications Inc., Blockbuster Inc. and Motorola Inc. But mutual funds largely backed companies in voting against the initiatives, a poor portent for their future success at slowing the growth of executive compensation. A recent report by the Congressional Research Service helps to put the executive pay issue into a real-world context. CEOs make, on average, 179 times as much as rank and file workers, double the 90-to-1 ratio in 1994, according to the agency’s calculations. If the minimum wage had risen at the same pace as CEO pay since 1990, it would be worth $22.61 today, according to the Institute for Policy Studies. Instead, the federal minimum wage will increase to $5.85 an hour on July 24, the first increase in a decade. CEOs are also much richer than lower-level executives at their own companies. The Hay Group, a compensation consulting company, estimates that the average CEO makes 2.5 times more than the average executive in base pay. The SEC’s new disclosure rules also mandate narratives, in plain English, explaining how pay decisions are reached. But a study of the disclosures by Clarity Communications found that most failed to meet readability standards many states require for insurance forms. “Why is it that a CEO gets compensated in such a discombobulating fashion when the average worker gets a paycheck and can tell immediately what it’s about? … If you’re an investor and you get your (proxy) statement and it just goes on for pages and pages of the different methods used to pay the CEO, at some point you have to ask yourself why. `Why don’t I get all this?”‘ said Dominic Jones, Clarity’s president. Still, if the process around pay is inching its way toward something that looks more democratic, executive pay may be one area where gravity doesn’t apply. Said John Wilcox, head of corporate governance at retirement system TIAA-CREF, which manages more than $410 billion: “Once it’s up there, it’s very hard to pull it down again.” NEW YORK – If you really want to get rich, work your way up the ladder at an investment bank. The AP evaluated pay for every Standard & Poor’s 500 company that reported 2006 CEO compensation under expanded disclosure requirements. But the requirements only kicked in for companies with fiscal years ending after Dec. 15, so the AP’s tally leaves out some of the nation’s largest-earning CEOs, almost all of whom work at on Wall Street at investment banks. They are: Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., who received $54.3 million in compensation after leading the top U.S. investment bank to record profits in 2006, according to the company’s proxy filing. John Mack had a $41.4 million 2006 pay package for his work as CEO of Morgan Stanley, the nation’s No. 2 investment house. Richard Fuld, chairman and CEO of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., made $40.6 million in compensation after leading the nation’s fifth-largest investment house to near-record profits. James Cayne, chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns Cos. received a package worth $38.1 million. Kenneth Lewis, Bank of America Corp.’s chairman and CEO, received compensation valued at nearly $23 million in 2006. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
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Remy? Traore? Bamford? Pato?! Chelsea fans on who should replace doubtful Costa v Arsenal

first_img Chelsea could be without striker Diego Costa for their next Premier League clash against Arsenal 1 Diego Costa is a doubt for Chelsea’s upcoming Premier League clash with Arsenal.The Brazil-born striker was forced off during the 3-3 draw with Everton, and he could consequently miss out on the trip to the Emirates Stadium.The injury may not be as serious as first feared, with the Blues confirming the 27-year-old has bruised his shin, rather than fracturing his tibia, yet it is now a waiting game to see if he recovers in time.The defending champions could therefore be without their first choice centre forward against a side looking for revenge after their 2-0 defeat in the reverse fixture earlier in the season.So, who do Chelsea fans what to see lead the attack should Costa be ruled out of action?Find out below…last_img read more

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Highland star follows Mexico dream

first_imgThe Highland High girls’ soccer team won’t see Janet Mendez for at least another 10 days, and possibly as long as three weeks. But the Bulldogs gave Mendez a nice going-away present Wednesday night in their Golden League opener against Antelope Valley, recording a 6-0 victory. Mendez left Thursday for Mexico City, where her performance during a week-long training session could land her a spot on Mexico’s 25-player roster as the Tricolores begin their march toward the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup in China. Qualifying begins in late spring, and the 2006 CONCACAF Gold Cup – the final qualifying tournament – will be held in November. Although she’s only 17, Mendez has trained with and played in international exhibitions with Mexico’s women’s national soccer team the past year. The stakes promise to be a little higher this time around. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “I know if I try really hard, I think I can make it,” said Mendez, who has played only 20 minutes with Highland this season. “It’s been difficult because I want to be able to play with my (high school) team, but if I make the (national) team, I think it would be my greatest accomplishment.” Mendez, who had 12 goals and 11 assists for Highland last season, played in international friendlies against the United States and Canada last summer, securing her spot among 28 players invited back for this final tryout. “(Playing in those games) was a very big thing for me, because there were a lot of people out there watching,” said Mendez, who played half of both games. “My biggest motivation is to represent the country. When you have that uniform on you, it’s something different than you’ve ever experienced. It inspires you more, and you feel like you can do anything.” If Mendez is selected, she’ll be with the team until Jan. 27. If she doesn’t make the cut for the final 25, she’ll return around Jan. 14. Against Antelope Valley, Samantha Johnson scored three goals and Courtney Morrell had three assists for Highland, which appears ready to make a run at another league title, with or without Mendez. “I met with the girls after practice Monday and told them to just get used to playing without her,” Highland coach Juan Paolo said. “I told them that we are a very good team and capable of repeating (as Golden League champion) without her, and that if she does come back, we’ll be that much better with her in there.” Welcome to the show: Highland and Quartz Hill have combined to win the past nine league titles, and the winner of tonight’s rivalry game can establish itself as one of the frontrunners to capture this year’s crown. This year, it appears two other teams are ready to challenge the Bulldogs and Rebels for league supremacy. Lancaster (10-0-2) established itself as a title contender with a 2-0 victory over reigning league champion Highland (10-2-2) in the Dec. 29 Lancaster tournament final. Knight lost to Lancaster 3-2 in Wednesday’s league opener. Paolo said the emergence of Lancaster and Knight should serve as a wake-up call to his players, who lost only to Quartz Hill before running off 10 consecutive league victories last season. “Now we know we’re not invincible,” Paolo said. “People have been talking all season about Knight, but nobody’s been talking about (Lancaster). Now we know we have at least three teams that are capable of beating us if we don’t come out ready to play. “I think this (loss) opened up their eyes. It showed them that they can’t just walk out on the field with the Bulldog on their uniform and presume the game is over.” Lancaster coach Rick Acuna knows there is more work to be done. “At this point, five or six wins was the best we’ve done entering league,” Acuna said. “This team is special. … They are a team on and off the field. We just want to represent the school and the community and continue to play hard.” Let there be light: Quartz Hill and Littlerock were unable to play Wednesday’s league opener because of a power failure at Littlerock High. The game was rescheduled for Saturday. Erik Boal, (818) 713-3607 erik.boal@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Disney film releases cut from 18 to 8

BURBANK – The Walt Disney Co. will cut the number of films it releases each year from 18 to eight as part of a larger reduction, trade papers reported Wednesday. The slate reduction comes as the Burbank-based entertainment giant plans job cuts that, according to sources who spoke last May, could amount to as much as 10 percent of the company’s work force. Daily Variety said all the movies released will be Disney-branded, suggesting diminished roles for its Touchstone label. The Hollywood trade paper said a Disney announcement was expected within 10 days. Burbank-based Disney, basking in the glow of a record $135.6 million debut weekend box office for “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest,” wouldn’t discuss the report. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2“We are constantly evaluating our business to make it better and more efficient,” Disney spokeswoman Heidi Trotta said in a prepared statement. Disney’s move reflects a trend in Hollywood to cut costs amid increasing overhead, production budgets and marketing bills. Disney has said for some time it was going to cut its total number of films and concentrate on Disney-branded offerings, which make more money than those released by the studio’s Touchstone label. The studio has already greatly reduced the number of films released under its Miramax banner. During Disney’s past four quarterly media conference calls, CEO Robert Iger has said cutbacks were coming but didn’t discuss details. “It becomes a much better investment for us when we make a Disney-branded film,” Iger said last September. “We’re not going to go out of the non-Disney-branded live-action business, but there has been a dramatic shift.” Wall Street sees the move as necessary if the entertainment giant wants to see double-digit growth, said analyst David Miller, managing director of the brokerage firm Sanders Morris Harris Group. “Most of the street was onto the fact that Disney-branded film returns were greater,” he said. Besides its success with “Pirates,” Disney’s fortunes have been lifted recently by its Pixar-animated movie “Cars,” which has earned more than $205 million this summer. But the studio has also endured disappointments, including “Stick It,” “Annapolis” and “The Wild.” Disney’s annual motion-picture capital allocation is believed to be $450 million, Miller said. Spreading that amount over eight films instead of 18 could be better in a variety of ways, including cutting marketing and production costs, he said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! read more

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A STORY THAT WON’T SHOCK ANYONE – HOUSE PRICES FALL AGAIN

first_imgIT WON’T exactly come as a shock to most people, but figures released today show that house prices in the county continue to crash.Property websites daft.ie and myhome.ie show prices have now fallen 34.6% since the peak in 2006.Myhome.ie says the average price of a four bed semi detached house in Co Donegal was €185,588 in the last quarter of 2010, down 9.04% from the previous quarter, and down 10.4% in the last 12 months. The average price of a three bed semi in the county was €165,000 down 3.8% from the last quarter, and down 7.6% from the previous 12 months.Daft.ie says the average house price in Donegal in the final quarter of 2010 was €172k – a drop of €97k.A STORY THAT WON’T SHOCK ANYONE – HOUSE PRICES FALL AGAIN was last modified: January 5th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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DONEGAL BREEZE PAST UUJ AT BALLYBOFEY

first_imgDONEGAL beat the students of the University of Ulster at Jordanstown in wet and windy conditions in Ballybofey tonight.It was a good work-out for Jim McGuinness’s men as they ran out 0-14 to 0-10 in front of just a few hundred supporters.The county side were just too strong in most areas of the park for the students and the final scoreline probably flattered the visitors. There was a poignant moment before the game as players and supporters observed a minute’s silence in memory of Michaela McAreavey.Mattie Donnelly opened the scoring for Jordanstown but Donegal’s Ryan Bradley quickly equalised.Donegal opened up a 0-7 to 0-4 lead at half-time, and there were concerns among the home fans when Donnelly got the first score of the second half to reduce the deficit to just two points.They needn’t have worried however as Molloy scored twice to take the gap to five points ten minutes into the half. Both sides exchanged more scores but Donegal held out for a deserved win.FULL RESULTSBarrett McKenna CupSection ADonegal 0-14 0-10 UUJ Section BMonaghan 0-9 0-13 Queen’sCavan 1-10 1-12 DerrySection C Down 3-11 2-15 ArmaghAntrim 2-12 0-09 St Mary’sDONEGAL BREEZE PAST UUJ AT BALLYBOFEY was last modified: January 16th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Seaman names combined Man United and Arsenal XI, picks Pogba, Ozil and Jones

first_img shining Arsenal stunned local rivals Tottenham on Sunday afternoon ADVICE Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move BEST OF Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 6⃣ Arsenal players✅ Mesut Ozil❌ Romelu LukakuWhat do you make of @TheDavidSeaman’s #MUFC and #Arsenal combined XI? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/7xgDG2et9r— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) December 5, 2018The most shocking inclusion in the former goalkeeper’s line-up is Laurent Koscielny, the Arsenal defender, who has not played since May 3 due to an Achilles injury.Lucas Torreira, the midfielder, also makes it into Seaman’s team, though his inclusion is truly deserved. The Uruguay international scored his first goal for Arsenal in the 4-2 defeat of Tottenham, and was favourably compared to Patrick Vieira after the match. REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade MONEY REPLY Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Latest Football News Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED huge blow Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won RANKED Arsenal legend David Seaman has named his combined Gunners and Manchester United XI ahead of Wednesday evening’s huge Premier League clash.The north London club travel to Old Trafford to take on United, managed by their nemesis Jose Mourinho, on the back of a superb north London derby victory. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Unai Emery’s side are unbeaten in 19 matches in all competitions, and can move into third place if they claim all three points tonight.And the Gunners are being backed to do just that, with United all the way down in eighth having won just six of their eight matches this season.Mourinho is under real pressure heading into the fixture, while many of his players are performing nowhere near their best. no dice 1 Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Paul Pogba has been widely criticised for his showings in 2018/19, while Emery is also having issues with one of his players, Mesut Ozil.Nonetheless, the duo both make it into Seaman’s combined team, which he revealed on talkSPORT on Wednesday morning. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? last_img read more

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