Paris Saint-Germain snub chance to sign Arsenal outcast Matteo Guendouzi

first_img Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 2 Sep 2020 11:16 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link6.5kShares Paris Saint-Germain snub chance to sign Arsenal outcast Matteo Guendouzi PSG want Bellerin (Picture: Getty Images)Mikel Arteta is in the midst of a summer rebuild and has already brought in Willian and Gabriel Magalhaes so far, while Thomas Partey remains a top target.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAtletico Madrid are demanding that his £45million release clause is paid out in full, and the north London club are said to need to raise funds first in order to afford fee.According to the Telegraph, Guendouzi is one of the players that they are willing to offload, however, PSG have snubbed the opportunity to sign him.The French champions are keen on Hector Bellerin, though, and the report states that a £25million bid for the right-back is in the works.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 ArsenalArsenal prefer the Spaniard to remain in north London, but are open to his departure if right offer comes in.The Gunners have cover with Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Cedric Soares both able to step in at right-back.Meanwhile, midfielders Lucas Torreira and Mohamed Elneny have also been made available to sell.MORE: Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney reacts to the possibility of facing Lionel Messi in the Premier LeagueMORE: Thomas Partey wants Arsenal transfer but Gunners hit impasse with Atletico MadridFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and InstagramFor more stories like this, check our sport page Guendouzi has been left out in the cold (Picture: Getty Images)Paris Saint-Germain are not interested in signing Arsenal outcast Matteo Guendouzi this summer, according to reports.The 21-year-old caused a stir when he grabbed Brighton’s Neal Maupay by the neck in June and has since failed to appear in a single matchday squad for the Gunners.Guendouzi had a bright start to life at the Emirates, but after being frozen out of the side last season, the midfielder has been linked with moves to the likes of PSG and Valencia. Advertisement Comment Advertisementlast_img read more

McGregor beats Cerrone in 40 seconds at UFC 246

first_img “We’ve never seen that before. Not like that,” UFC commentator Joe Rogan said afterwards about the shoulder strikes. “The performance tonight was just stunning.” Conor McGregor is back. The UFC’s biggest star easily defeated Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in just 40 seconds to win his comeback fight in the welterweight main event of UFC 246 on Saturday night. Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti6 TV Characters Whose Departures Have Made The Shows BetterEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More “I’ve still got work to do to get back where I was,” McGregor (22-4) told Rogan after his arm was raised. Then added of potential challengers: “Any one of these little mouthy fools, can get it,” as camera showed “BMF” belt holder Jorge Masvidal in the crowd, who has been mentioned as a possible future opponent. Read Also: Anthony Joshua presents heavyweight title belts to PMB in London McGregor’s UFC 246 victory was his first fight in the Octagon since the Irish superstar lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2018. “He got me with his elbows right away, then head kicked me,” said Cerrone (36-14-1), the all-time leader in UFC wins. “I got my ass whipped early. I love this sport. I’m gonna keep fighting.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… McGregor bloodied Cerrone’s nose with multiple shoulder strikes during a clinch in the first few seconds of the fight, then kicked Cerrone in the jaw and beat him down to the ground, raining punches until the referee gave McGregor the TKO victory at 40 seconds into the first round. It was the second-fastest win of McGregor’s career and his first victory since 2016.last_img read more

Boys & Girls High School Basketball Scores (12-27)

first_imgBoys Area Basketball ScoresFriday  (12-27)Northeastern Tournament1st Round GamesSouth Ripley  70     Blackford  67Union County  77     Southeastern Hanover  32Triton Central  67     Monroe Central  64Northeastern  71     New Washington  322nd Round GamesNortheastern  66     South Ripley  39Monroe Central  61     Southwestern Hanover  49Union County  68     Triton Central  55Blackford  59     New Washington  38Springs Valley TourneyOpening RoundMilan  76     Loogootee  41Northeast Dubois  49     West Washington  48Lanesville  69     Northeast Dubois  51Springs Valley  58     Loogootee  43Lloyd Memorial Tourney3rd PlaceSouth Dearborn  40     Lloyd Memorial  37Girls Area Basketball ScoresFriday  (12-27)Oldenburg Academy  58     Waldron  33North Decatur  68     Greensburg  57Harrison TourneyOpening RoundEast Central  56     Cincy Seton  49Rumble On The River-Southwestern HanoverOpening RoundAustin 45     Connersville  44Fishers  49     Scottsburg  46McCutcheon  40     Southwetsern Hanover  31Columbus East  64     Silver Creek  45Connersville  56     Scottsburg  53Southwestern Hanover  50     Silver Creek  46last_img read more

Indiana Higher Edu. Commissioner To Testify In D.C.

first_imgIndiana Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers testifies in D.C. Thursday.WASHINGTON, D.C. – Indiana Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers will testify before the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions at 10 a.m. Thursday.The hearing will be focusing on the role of states in higher education with a broad look at funding, oversight and strategies to improve degree attainment.A live video stream of the hearing will be available online here.last_img

Wenger never lost faith in Ozil

first_img The ex-Real Madrid ace was heavily criticised after Arsenal’s 2-0 Champions League defeat at Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday. But Gunners boss Wenger wanted to show faith in his £42.5m record buy and did not consider benching him. “Not really no,” he said. “I have many offensive players and you look to find the right balance. I gave (Alexis) Sanchez a rest because he’s played many games and we have many experienced players who are top quality. “You have to show him the confidence is there and he showed he can respond when he was under scrutiny. “It’s always a sensitive point, you don’t know how people respond to that.” Welbeck also opened his account for the season to leave Wenger delighted. “It was a similar goal to the one he scored in Switzerland (for England), it comes from the left and he pushed it in because the timing of his run was good,” he said. “He had a very good performance, kept the ball well and had a good all-round game.” Arsene Wenger insisted he never thought of resting Mesut Ozil after the German inspired Arsenal to victory at Aston Villa. Press Association The World Cup winner scored his first goal of the season at Villa Park to spark a blitz which saw the Gunners net three times in just over three first-half minutes to seal a 3-0 victory. Ozil set up Danny Welbeck for his first goal since his £16million move from Manchester United before Aly Cissokho’s own goal sealed the win after just 36 minutes. Villa were ravaged by a stomach bug which ruled out Darren Bent, Nathan Baker and Ashley Westwood. Midfielder Westwood withdrew in the warm-up and Andreas Weimann was sick and substituted at half-time while Brad Guzan and Fabian Delph were also ill despite playing. “We had so much bad luck this week,” said boss Paul Lambert. “Before the game we lost Darren, Nathan and Westy and then Andi at half time. Fabian had a bug and Guzan too. “I knew we weren’t best prepared because of the virus going around. A lot of the staff are not feeling good. “It’s a tough game for us when everyone is 100 per cent fit but the lads were running on empty.” Ciaran Clark and Delph had both gone close during a fast start for Villa, who would have gone top of the Barclays Premier League with a win. “If we had scored at the start it might have given us something to hang on to. The start we’ve had is great and there are a lot of positives at the moment,” Lambert added, after their first league defeat of the season. “We have 10 points from five games which is a good return.” last_img read more

PCL Regional four-day season to bowl off on October 26

first_img… Opportunity knocks for players, says Jimmy Adams`ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Director of cricket Jimmy Adams has urged players to use the upcoming first class season to stake their claim for a place at the higher level.The four-day season is set to bowl off on October 26 and Adams said the three-month season provided the ideal chance for youth cricketers and fringe players to grab the attention of senior selectors.“It’s an opportunity for the talented players in our game to stake a claim for a place in international matches,” said Adams, who took over from Englishman Richard Pybus earlier this year.“It’s also an opportunity for us to see young players that have just come out of youth cricket and it’s another opportunity for us to showcase the depth of West Indies talent, so I am quite looking forward to the start of this four-day season.”The first class tournament will kick off the West Indies’ domestic season, which also includes the Regional Super50 one-day tournament next January and the Caribbean Premier League at the back end of next summer.For the fourth straight year, the season will be played under a home-and-away format which will again see 10 rounds of matches, a feature Adams said was key to player development.“This tournament is critical to our game in view of its length, since there are return matches. It provides so many opportunities for young players and for some who have been around for a long time to get a lot of matches under their belt,” said the former West Indies captain.“I think it is also good for the selectors to have an opportunity to see more of the players in different conditions, so it will throw up a lot of very, very useful information and give us a better indication about the quality of our players.“It’s a very important cog in the wheel of the development cycle, so I am looking forward to seeing how players have progressed from the end of last season.”He added: “Just the fact that they are playing consistently more games, it has been critical for a lot of our players along that development curve to be able to play as much as they can within the season.”Cricket West Indies (CWI) has transformed the first class tournament into a professional franchise set-up from the old territorial format, with players on full contracts and the season extended to include home-and-away fixtures.Under the new stipulations, players can also move between franchises, and are selected out of a draft ahead of each season.This year, the season has been squeezed into three months – wrapping up January 21 – and Adams underscored the importance of player fitness to cope with the demands.“It will be a demanding season for the players and to be able to cope with the level of sustained physical and mental pressure, we will need them to be in top condition, so that they can repeat good performances and so it has to be a massive part of their preparation going into the season.”Three-time reigning champions Guyana Jaguars will open the defence of their title against Jamaica Scorpions at the Guyana National Stadium while Barbados Pride host Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at Kensington Oval and Windward Islands Volcanoes and Leeward Islands Hurricanes clash at the National Cricket Stadium in Grenada,last_img

WG girls lacrosse upends Skaneateles, 14-13

first_img Tags: girls lacrosseskaneatelesWest Genesee It helped WG to have some depth in its attack. Osterdale and Halen Saroney both had three goals and one assist, with Gabby Meager, Sam Detor and Mackenzie Winn adding two goals apiece. Schaut had a goal and two assists.Skaneateles’ Riley Brogan led both sides by piling up six goals. Maggie Newton had three goals and one assist, with Olivia Navaroli and Grace Dower each earning two goals and two assists. Gabby Welch added an assist.This followed a week where WG would try, for a second time this season, to knock off state Class B no. 2-ranked Fayetteville-Manlius last Tuesday, only to fall short again as the Hornets pulled away late to prevail 14-7.In their first encounter April 11, the Wildcats pulled within one early in the second half before F-M got away and claimed a 13-9 decision.For the second meeting, the close encounters took place in the first half, as Schaut and Courtney Reynolds scored to put WG within one after trailing 4-3 early.F-M kept answering, though, and was up 8-5 at halftime. Then the Hornets’ defense took over, limiting the Wildcats to just two goals in the second half, one each by Emily Stratton and Eva Kloepfer.Schaut ended up with four goals, while Abby Bednarski was busy in the net, recording 11 saves. No one on WG’s defense could stop Annie Steigerwald, who led F-M with five goals and four assists as Kiera Shanley added four goals.Recovering from this, WG defeated Cicero-North Syracuse 19-13 Thursday night at Bragman Stadium, building up an 11-5 margin by halftime and protecting it against a formidable Northstars attack.Schaut had four assists to go with her three goals as Gabby Meager scored four times, with Stratton, Sophia Scialdone and Cara Landry getting two goals apiece.Winn had a goal and two assists. Osterdale and Sam each had one goal and one assist as Kloepfer, Saroney and Elise Mancobelli also found the net.A week before facing WG, Skaneateles had given up seven goals in the first half of its April 27 game against Horseheads (Section IV), but doubled that amount on the other end and went on to defeat the Blue Raiders 22-10.Dower and Brogan each scored five times, Dower adding four assists and Brogan two assists. Navaroli had six goals and one assist, with Newton converting three times. Ava Logan had one goal and one assist as Campbell Torrey also converted.Then the Lakers bashed Chittenango 20-3 last Tuesday night at Hyatt Stadium, eventually seeing 10 different players pick up goals before the game was done.Navaroli (five goals, two assists) and Brogan (two goals, five assists) led an attack where Newton also earned four goals. Logan had three goal and one assist, with Kristen Henry getting two goals and one assist. Dower notched four assists, joining Anna McGlynn, Hope Allyn, Emma Keady and Elizabeth Wamp with single tallies.An 18-2 win over Mexico followed on Thursday afternoon, with Navaroli and Brogan both getting four goals and four assists. Newton had four goals and two assists as Dower got three goals and four assists. Welch scored twice and Wamp had a single goal.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Skaneateles had just tied it, 13-13, with two goals despite operating one player down. WG pressured in the final minute, and after seeing a shot go wide, Matisyn Schaut forced a turnover and fed it to Tara Osterdale, who put in the game-winner with just 3.3 seconds left.Controlling most of the first half, the Wildcats built a 6-2 advantage, only to have Skaneateles charge with four unanswered goals to force a 6-6 tie going into the break.They traded runs again early in the second half, making it 9-9, but again the Wildcats went out in front before the Lakers’ third different comeback set up the last-second excitement.center_img Over the years, the West Genesee and Skaneateles girls lacrosse programs have combined to win 11 state championships and dominate their respective classes in Section III, and when they met head-to-head, it was always a fierce battle.These two traditional powers met again last Saturday at Mike Messere Field, with the Lakers having spent its second week atop the state Class D rankings, but it was the Wildcats who emerged with a dramatic 14-13 victory.Despite the closeness of the outcome, WG never trailed, constantly absorbing all of the Skaneateles comebacks right up to the end of regulation before a late turnover led to the game-winner.last_img read more

Syracuse competes in trio of invitationals over weekend

first_img Published on April 5, 2015 at 11:11 am Contact Matt: mralex01@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse opened up its outdoor track and field season this weekend with several meets.Sprinters and jumpers competed in the Auburn Tiger Invitational, while distance runners attended the Princeton Sam Howell Invitational. Others also participated in the Stanford Invite.Martin Hehir placed second in the 10k, running a 28:27.70 to lead Syracuse at Stanford.He was followed by Dan Lennon (28:46.21) who placed 17th, and Reed Kamyszek, whose time of 28:49.53 was good enough for 19th.Margo Malone led the women at Stanford, placing eighth in the 10k with a time of 32:29.89, and Maura Linde (34:12.00) followed in at 14th.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAt the Auburn Tiger Invitational, Syracuse offered up an impressive showing, placing three in the Top 10 in the men’s 110-meter hurdles. Freddie Crittenden led SU, finishing second with a time of 13.85 seconds. Donald Pollitt (14.23) took sixth and David Gilstrap (14.69) finished 10th. Pollitt also finished 16th in the 200-meters, running it in 21.69 seconds.On the women’s side. Sofia Mossberg made her freshman debut in the 100-meter hurdles, finishing in fifth with a time of 13.81. Danielle Delgado ran a 14.26 and SaDe Lewis ran a 14.31, which were good for 19th and 23rd place respectively.For jumpers, Regine Hunter led the women in the triple jump. She took eighth with a distance of 12.28 meters. For the men, Pascal Bastien took 15th with 13.74 meters.Bastien also took 14th place in the long jump (6.70 meters), while Jabari Butler grabbed seventh place in the high jump.Finally, at Princeton, Syracuse was led by Paul Lovell. His time of 1:54.43 in the 800-meter run earned sixth place, while Billy Cvecko (1:57.10) finished 18th in the event.In the 1500-meter run, Molly Malone ran a 4:31.52 to grab eighth place. In the 5000-meter run, Kevyn Hoyos (14.48.38) placed 14th while the women placed Shaylyn Tuite (17:30.68), Rebecca Skodis (17:34.76) and Angelica Peck (17:51.10) in the top 13. Tuite took ninth with Skodis placing 10th and Peck 13th.Syracuse will travel to Florida for the Miami Hurricane Alumni Invitational on Saturday, April 11. Commentslast_img read more

County junior hurling and football championships progress

first_imgIn the semi-finals of the Junior B Hurling competition the full-time scorelines were: Upperchurch-Drombane 1-18 Cashel King Cormacs 3-7; Portroe 1-15 Carrick Swans 0-10. Clonoulty/Rosmore and Loughmore-Castleiney are through to the Junior A Football decider.They defeated Ballingarry (by 0-12 to 0-10) and Carrick Davins (by 0-16 to 1-8) respectively in the semi-finals.Today’s Junior B Football last four clash finished Arravale Rovers 1-13 Boherlahan-Dualla 1-4.last_img