Wenger won’t rule Arsenal out of finishing in the top 4 this season!#beINPL #ARSEVE pic.twitter.com/fq0UBspslV— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS_EN) February 22, 2020 Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 23 Feb 2020 9:08 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.2kShares Comment Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger rates Mikel Arteta’s chances of securing top four place and Champions League qualification He told beIN Sports: ‘They’ve all got a chance because it looks like the top three teams have moved away from the rest of the league.‘And the rest of the teams, the bottom of the league have moved up. The top six have dropped their level.‘The problem is after Sunday it is 27 games and 33 points to go for. If you win you go up to 37 points and if you can make another 22 or 25 points you have a chance.’Everton are the visitors to the Emirates on Sunday and are now managed by Carlo Ancelotti who was briefly linked with Wenger’s old job following the sacking of Unai Emery.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 ArsenalThe former Chelsea and Bayern Munich boss has masterminded an upturn in fortunes of his own at Goodison Park but has kept a keen eye on Arteta and has been impressed by what he has seen from Pep Guardiola’s former assistant.‘I prefer to have knowledge instead of [just] experience. It is more important to have knowledge and the fact that Arteta did his study with a fantastic manager like Guardiola, I think he has a lot of knowledge.‘The only thing that you miss is experience. I think that he has a lot of respect from the players for what he did as a player.‘When you start you don’t have experience but everyone in the world that starts has no experience. Experience is not so important. Every one of us has experience of what we are doing. Experience is natural.’MORE: Arsenal provide injury updates on Lucas Torreira, Kieran Tierney, Hector Bellerin and moreMORE: Arsenal legend Nigel Winterburn tells Mikel Arteta what he must do to beat Everton Advertisement Mikel Arteta is hoping Arsenal can mount a late charge and snatch fourth place from Chelsea (Picture: Getty)Arsene Wenger believes there is all still to play for in the race for fourth place and refused to rule out the possibility of Arsenal mounting a late charge.Manchester United’s victory at Stamford Bridge on Monday appeared to blow the race for Champions League qualification wide open, but Chelsea responded brilliantly to that setback on Saturday by beating Spurs 2-1 in a typically heated London derby.Arsenal, meanwhile, have displayed signs of life under Arteta following his appointment in December but genuine progress up the league table has been halted by a succession of frustrating draws.Arteta celebrated only his second Premier League win in charge last Sunday as Arsenal blew Newcastle away following a devastating second half display.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTManchester City’s impending ban means fifth place could yet be enough to guarantee a return to Champions League football, but Wenger believes that with 11 games to go there is still enough time for his old club to make up the ground on Chelsea.
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Madagascar is awaiting a ruling from the Constitutional Court on whether its president can be sacked.Parliamentarians there have voted overwhelmingly to impeach Hery RAJO-NARI-MAM-PIAN. But the president says the MPs are risking the stability of the island.Lawmakers voted this week to impeach the country’s president for what they say are his repeated violations of the constitution.The coup left the country isolated in the international community and deprived of foreign aid.Ahead of the parliamentary vote, the US embassy in Antananarivo urged the MPs to put the stability of the country first.The parliamentarians say they secured a two-thirds majority required for an impeachment motion, which now goes to the constitutional court for review.However, President Hery Rajaonarimampianina says they fell short of the majority and that the lawmakers are bitter about not being granted certain perks such as new vehicles.Relations between parliament and the president have been strained for months.Madagascar suffered five years of political turmoil beginning in 2009 when Andry Rajoelina ousted Marc Ravalomanana from power. President Hery Rajonarimampian
The former captain saw his colleague Zvonimir Boban dismissed as Chief Football Officer earlier in the season, which led to speculation that Maldini’s own time at the club was set to end. But La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that in order to stay in his job, Maldini wants to have more weight in the decision-making process at the Stadio San Siro. Read Also: Here’s how football stars are spending COVID-19 lockdown With Milan looking to rebuild for the umpteenth time, the ex-defender wants to play an important role. Maldini has recently come through a case of COVID-19, as has his son Daniel. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Paolo Maldini wants to have more of a say at AC Milan if he is to stay on in his role as technical director. Loading… Promoted ContentTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist Magnets7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Network’s Greatest Shows On HBO
After a fine 2016 season, Jaheel Hyde wants to go one step further in the 400m hurdles. The 20-year-old plans to surpass his Olympic Games semi-final placing with a spot in the final at this year’s IAAF World Championships in London. To that end, he is working to move to the next level.”You know, last year I hit every mark that I set out for last year,” he reflected recently on a 2016 campaign that saw him defending his World under 20 400m hurdles crown, cutting his Jamaican junior record to 48.81 seconds and reaching the Olympic semi-finals. “I wanted to defend my World Junior title and to take everything in steps,” he said.Now, the University of the West Indies student is focused athletically on London. “Each year, I’m going to have to put on one step on it,” he asserted, “so that is what I’m aiming for this year.”Asked to pinpoint his 2017 target, Hyde said, “Of course I want to make the World Champs team, and I want to make the finals, and that’s the one step.”The former footballer is still adjusting to the rigours of training solely for athletics. “Trust me, it’s very hard, “he confessed. “When I was doing football, you know I started track and field in January,” he recounted, “so sometimes I would say to him just let me start training in January because to train from September straight back through to August is very hard.”He is, however, resolved to do the work greatness requires. “If I want to move to the next level, these are the sacrifices I have to make, so I’m not really bothered by it anymore.”MY OWN DESTINYIt’s no surprise that he misses the beautiful game. “Of course I miss football,” he revealed. “I even have thoughts of going back to football, between me and you,” he said.Despite that, this precocious Cameron Blazers team member won’t lace up his boots for quite some time. “I just want to enjoy my track and field career and see what happens,” he said . Moreover, he is quite sure that he was right to choose athletics over football. “I always wanted to do something where I control my own destiny,” the former Wolmers’ Boy striker reasoned.”For example, the Manning Cup final,” he recalled of a 3-2 loss to Jamaica College in 2013. “I played my heart out there, scored two brilliant goals and we lost.””When I go out there by myself now, and I mess up, I know that’s all on me,” he said. “When I lose, it’s on me,” Hyde said. “When I win, it’s on me.”
Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him not to corporatize the Ordnance Factories including the Ordnance Factory Board with its headquarters in Kolkata.”I have been receiving reports regarding a decision that the Government of India has apparently been taking to corporatize all the Ordinance Factories including the Ordnance Factory Board with its headquarters in Kolkata. It has also been suggested that this will finally lead to privatization of these great national assets.” Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe Ordnance Factory Board with its headquarters in the Ayudh Bhavan, Kolkata, is the world’s largest government set up for manufacturing arms and ammunition for a country’s armed forces. Indeed it is called the fourth pillar of the Indian Defence apparatus. Founded in 1775, the set up includes 41 factories all over the country, nine training institutes, about 1.6 lakh officers and employees. It produces a vast range of arms and equipment that enable our soldiers to guard our frontiers, she wrote. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateExpressing her deep concern for the Centre’s proposal, Banerjee maintains: “I am shocked and surprised to know that the vital pillar of the country’s defence and this key industrial initiative of our land is now being contemplated to be subjected to a sudden exercise of degovernmentalisation for which there has been not even an iota of stakeholders’ consultations uptill now.” It may be mentioned that the Trinamool Congress has raised the issue of disinvestment of profit-making Central PSUs and the party’s MPs have raised the issue in Parliament. Banerjee requested the Prime Minister to kindly reverse the process as the national security and defence of India is involved. “I would therefore request you to kindly stall and reverse the process of corporatization and privatisation in the greatest interest of the national security and defence of our country. While the industrial policy in our country has gradually been made more and more friendly to the private players in the market, there are some core strategic areas where the state is yet to abdicate its paramount role.”