Gabriel Paulista sparks fight with Ainsley Maitland-Niles after Arsenal’s Europa League win over Valencia

first_imgGabriel Paulista sparks fight with Ainsley Maitland-Niles after Arsenal’s Europa League win over Valencia Comment Metro Sport ReporterThursday 9 May 2019 10:27 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 Advertisement Gabriel pushed Maitland-Niles twice (BT Sport) Gabriel was calmed down by his former Arsenal teammate Koscielny (BT Sport)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 Arsenalcenter_img Gabriel was fuming with the Arsenal defender (BT Sport)Gabriel then stormed over to the centre of the argument and pushed Maitland-Niles twice in the chest before he was dragged away by Ezequiel Garay and Sead Kolasinac.AdvertisementAdvertisementLaurent Koscielny, who played alongside Gabriel at Arsenal, then came over to speak with his former teammate and the incident quickly diffused. Gabriel and Maitland-Niles were separated (BT Sport) Advertisement Gabriel Paulista was involved in a scuffle with Arsenal’s players (BT Sport)Gabriel Paulista sparked a fight with Ainsley Maitland-Niles immediately after Arsenal’s victory over Valencia in the Europa League on Thursday evening.Unai Emery’s side have reached the final after a hat-trick from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang helped secure a 4-2 victory over Valencia at the Mestalla.But straight after the full-time whistle, a mass brawl between both sets of players broke out following a flashpoint involving former Arsenal centre-back Gabriel and Maitland-Niles.Tempers began to flare after Ferran Torres kicked Alexandre Lacazette off the ball just after the referee had blown his whistle.ADVERTISEMENTJose Gaya then went to offer back-up to his Valencia teammate but was pushed away by Maitland-Niles.last_img read more

Rare renovated treasure hits million-dollar mark

first_imgThe home at 10 Grattan Terrace, Wynnum.THE auction of a beautifully renovated home in a popular Wynnum street last Saturday was a roaring success with the reserve smashed by $150,000. The property at 10 Grattan Tce fetched $1 million under the hammer, setting a street record for a renovated cottage. The sellers, Andrew and Keridee Bailey, said they were over the moon with the outcome.“It is well over what we were expecting,” Mr Bailey said.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The living area at 10 Grattan Tce, Wynnum.The couple bought the un-renovated property in October 2010 for $568,000 and put in plenty of hard work to create a beautiful three-bedroom home. Mr Bailey said with the sale secured, they could finalise plans and settle on the Sunshine Coast.Speaking after the event, Place Manly marketing agent Danny Day said he was never in doubt there’d be a great outcome given the quality of the home and rising demand in the suburb. Sellers Keridee and Andrew Bailey with their agent Danny Day.“Today’s result is indicative of the Wynnum-Manly area,” Mr Day said.‘Throughout the campaign, we saw huge interest from families and retirees, as it was a very rare find — 855sq m a street back from the waterfront.”last_img read more

Equatorial Guinea orders oil firms to cancel deals with CHC Helicopters

first_imgThe Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea has ordered petroleum operators to cancel all contracts with CHC Helicopters due to noncompliance with national content regulations.CHC Helicopters Sikorsky S-61N; Photo by: Bob Adams; Source: Flickr – under the CC BY-SA 2.0 licenseThe Ministry said on Tuesday that the operators which must cancel their contracts include, but are not limited to, Noble Energy, Exxon Mobil, Kosmos Energy, Trident, Marathon Oil, among others.Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, the Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons, said: “It is the responsibility of the Ministry to ensure strict compliance with our country’s National Content Regulation of the Hydrocarbons Law.“These laws are in place to protect and promote local industry, create jobs for citizens, promote the sustainable development of our country, and we are aggressively monitoring and enforcing the compliance of these requirements.”The Ministry added that the oil companies operating in Equatorial Guinea were given 60 days to unwind contracts and find new suppliers in compliance with the local content provisions established in 2014.Also, a compliance review of the entire sector is ongoing led by the Director of National Content and outside legal advisors of the Ministry.“The notice will be expanded to all service companies who are non-compliant as the review continues. Similar measures will be taken,” the Ministry said.Under the National Content Regulation of 2014, all agreements must have local content clauses and provisions for capacity building, with preference given to local companies in the award of service contracts. Local shareholders must be part of every contract as prescribed by law and the operators have an obligation to ensure compliance of their subcontractors.“We are eager to work with international companies who partner with Equatorial Guinea in the development of our industry. But we expect all companies operating in Equatorial Guinea to follow the laws of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. As Minister, I will not hesitate to enforce the law to ensure compliance,” said Lima.last_img read more

Hill-Rom Launches New Bed, Makes Cuts

first_imgHill-Rom has launched a new bed and also made some job cuts.Hill-Rom has introduced a new bed system to the company lineup. The Progressa bed System is a therapeutic system designed to treat and prevent complications of patient immobility.The bed is accompanied with new technology that gathers information on patient movement.The launch of a new product occurred the same week the company made job cuts.Reportedly 275 people worldwide lost their job Thursday, including several people that work at the global headquarters in Batesville.The exact number of Batesville employees impacted by the company reduction is unknown.The hospital bed and furniture company announced in January  that approximately 350 global employees would lose their job.last_img

Residents of the Chateau plan ‘Trick or Treat Night’

first_imgBatesville, In. — The residents of the Chateau of Batesville will host Trick or Treat Night on Tuesday, October 30 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Chateau is located at 44 Chateau Blvd.last_img

Yankee opening night is in the books

first_imgBy Jerry MackeyFARLEY, Iowa (Aug. 31) – The 40th annual Yankee Dirt Track Classic got underway on Thursday with qualifying in both the IMCA Modified and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod divisions.Both divisions qualified 12 cars for their big Saturday night Yankee championship features.  A dozen more cars in each division will earn a starting spot through last-chance races early Saturday.Friday racing will start at 6:30 p.m. and features Deery Brothers Summer Series IMCA Late Models and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars.Saturday’s start time has been moved up to 5:30 p.m. and will kick off with last-chance races, followed by opening ceremonies and all big features, including the 100-lap, $10,000 to win Yankee Dirt Track Classic for the Deery Series, which is expected to take to the track at 9 p.m.Modified Qualifiers1st heat – 1. Joel Callahan, Dubuque; 2. Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.2nd heat – 1. Justin Kay, Wheatland; 2. Kelly Shryock, Fertile.3rd heat – 1. Travis Denning, Sterling, Ill.; 2. Mark Schulte, Delhi.4th heat – 1. Tyler Madigan, Peosta; 2. Jeff Larson, Freeport, Ill.1st consolation – 1. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls; 2. Scott Riechers, Belmont, Wis.2nd consolation – 1. Chris Simpson, Oxford; 2. Milo Veloz, Colona, Ill.Northern SportMods1st heat – 1. Troy Bauer, Dubuque; 2. Jaden Fryer, Freeport, Ill.; 3. Justin Becker, Bernard.2nd heat – 1. Rusty DeShaw, Farley; 2. Cory Van Zante, Sully; 3. Travis Fecht, Potosi, Wis.3rd heat – 1. Richard Nelson, Punta Gorda, Fla.; 2. Austin Heacock, Centralia; 3. Trent Wyssbrod, Monroe, Wis.Consolation – 1. Jerry Miles, Bernard; 2. Lucas Lundry, Maynard; 3. Gage Neal, Ely.last_img read more

City line-up depressing – Dyke

first_img “It’s been a great league this year. But, if there is only one England player, maybe two (in City’s team), that’s pretty depressing,” Dyke told several national newspapers. “I think the figures that we produced showed the top four averaged 29 (English players between them) and this year it is down to 24 – we should be worried about that.” James Milner, who like Hart is expected to be in the England World Cup squad to be named by Roy Hodgson on Monday, has made 30 league appearances this term but 18 of them have been as a substitute. Midfielder Gareth Barry has spent the season on loan at Everton from City, while Joleon Lescott and Jack Rodwell have barely had a look-in at all. Dyke reserved special praise for City’s title challengers Liverpool, for whom Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson have all been key performers. “Liverpool have been exciting this year with four or five English players. It’s good news for Roy and it’s good news for the campaign in Brazil,” Dyke added. The lack of English players in Manchester City’s regular starting line-up is “pretty depressing” for the domestic game, according to Football Association chairman Greg Dyke. Press Associationcenter_img The Blues went into Sunday’s final day of the Barclays Premier League season knowing a draw at home to West Ham would almost certainly be enough to secure their second league title in three seasons. But Dyke, who this week presented a series of proposals put forward by his FA Commission set up to improve the long-term fortunes of the national team, is disappointed that City’s success this season has featured so few Englishmen, with only goalkeeper Joe Hart a genuine contender to start when Blues boss Manuel Pellegrini has all his first-choice players available. last_img read more

McDowell calls for schedule change

first_img As well as playing the Ryder Cup in even-numbered years, the top US players take on an International team in the Presidents Cup in odd-numbered years. ” I think it’s difficult for a lot of the stalwart Americans who play year-in, year-out, Presidents Cup and Ryder Cup,” McDowell said ahead of the 40th Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, which gets under way on Friday. Press Association “I’ve spoken to a few of them and they are of the belief that this needs to be every three years so that they can play a Ryder Cup and a Presidents Cup and have a year off. I would be a supporter of that. “I think for their level of engagement they need that, because when you look at the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker and Jim Furyk who have played eight, nine, 10, 12 of these in a row, they do lose their shine. “This event has become such a global spectacle and such a huge passion, emotional week, we want them to be as into it as we are.” American captain Tom Watson said he still favoured the Ryder Cup being played every two years, but admitted that he was concerned with the amount of golf being played before this year’s contest. Watson successfully lobbied for a week off before Gleneagles to be included in this year’s PGA Tour schedule, meaning the four FedEx Cup play-off events were played in consecutive weeks. ” I am concerned about how much these players are playing before they reach the Ryder Cup, I’m very concerned about that,” the 65-year-old said. “Two years ago I made my point to Ted Bishop (PGA of America president) and to Tim Finchem (PGA Tour commissioner) about a week off between the end of the FedExCup. “These players are playing seven out of eight tournaments or eight out of nine tournaments in a row. They are tired. That’s too much golf.” center_img Graeme McDowell believes the Ryder Cup should be played once every three years to take account of the demands placed on American players.last_img read more

Ranji Trophy: Odisha thrash Assam by 9 wickets

first_imgOur Sports ReporterGUWAHATI: Assam suffered huge 9 wickets loss, that too within two and half days, against Odisha in the Ranji Trophy tie at the ACA Stadium here today. It was the first loss for Assam in the season.Starting from their overnight score 60-4 Assam today lost wickets on regular intervals and finally bowled out 132 in their second innings. Except Sibsankar Roy no other batter were able to stay on the wicket too longThe fate of the game was almost written on the wall when Assam, started their second innings with arrears of 119 runs, finished the second day at 60-4. Captain Amit Sinha, who remained not out yesterday, departed first this morning. He scored only 7. Thereafter Assam lost wicket on regular basis in the morning and finally got out 132 in the second innings. However, Sibsankar fought bravely and tried alone to stretch the innings. He completed half century today before got out on 56. The left hander altogether faced 124 balls in the innings and hit seven boundaries. Only Ranjit Mali gave little accompany to him and the duo added 35 runs on the eighth wicket partnership which helped the team to earn slender 14 runs lead.Apart from Sibsankar only two other batsmen- Rishav Das (15) and Ranjeet Mali (11) were able to score double-figure runs in the second innings.Among the bowlers of Odisha, Rajesh Mohanty came out with best figure. The young pacer picked up three wickets yesterday and added another three-Amit, Ranjit Mali and Rahul Singh (0)-to finish the match 11-86. Romario Sharma (7) was the other batsman who got out today.Odisha took 3.3 overs to score the required runs losing a single wicket which was collected by Mukhtar Hussain.Assam coach Zakaria Zuffri after the match said, “The performance is very frustrating and we as a team has to show more of character and professionalism in the coming matches.”On the other hand Odisha coach Rashmi Ranjan Parida was surprised to see that the match ended so early. He also praised his team’s young pacer Rajesh Mohanty and Assam batsman Riyan Parag.”Both are prospective’ said the coach. Also Read: Sports newslast_img read more

No. 2 Syracuse field hockey scores 4 unanswered goals in 4-1 win over No. 6 Maryland

first_img Related Stories Syracuse field hockey downs Temple, 8-0, in season openerSyracuse field hockey picked 3rd in ACC poll, 2 players make preseason All-ACC team After allowing a goal on a penalty stroke just three minutes into Sunday’s game, No. 2 Syracuse (2-0) scored four unanswered to top No. 6 Maryland (1-1), 4-1, at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.The Orange got off to a shaky start, allowing the penalty stroke to Grace Balsdon. Maryland held the lead for the next 26 minutes, denying all SU opportunities, until Orange midfielder Serra Degnan smashed home her first goal of the season on a penalty corner with 29:44 on the clock, converting an assist from back Lies Lagerweij.The two teams would play out the final six minutes of the first half scoreless, entering the half knotted at one.The second half was all Syracuse from the start, as Orange forward Elaine Carey converted her second goal of the season less than two minutes into the second half, assisted by Liz Sack. Just more than 10 minutes later, the Orange added a goal from Jennifer Bleakney to push its lead to 3-1.With the time ticking away and Maryland’s chances at a win growing more and more slim, Syracuse added one final tally in the 57th minute by way of a Nijsje Venrooy penalty deflection, assisted by Roos Weers.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textRegan Spencer played another full game at goalie for SU, saving five shots and allowing one goal. Comments Published on August 28, 2016 at 3:09 pm Contact Matt: mjfel100@syr.educenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more