Comment Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette have been tipped to leave Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette will leave Arsenal this summer, according to former Gunners striker Kevin Campbell.Aubameyang has arguably been Arsenal’s most important player over the past two seasons and has scored 61 goals in 97 appearances for the Gunners since signing from Borussia Dortmund in 2017.While less prolific, French forward Lacazette has also been a key figure at the Emirates over the last few years, with 45 goals in 114 games.Despite their influence at Arsenal, both Aubameyang and Lacazette have been heavily linked with moves ahead of the summer transfer window and Campbell reckons they will leave.ADVERTISEMENT‘I just don’t think Arsenal are in a position to keep [Aubameyang],’ the former Gunners striker said.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I can’t see us being able to offer him anything like we think we could.‘We’re not in a great position ourselves and I think he’s one of the assets we can cash in on because there are going to be other positions in the team that need addressing. Advertisement Gunners boss Mikel Arteta will hope to convince the duo to stay (Picture: Getty)‘I don’t think it’s [the club or Aubameyang] trying to cause an impasse, I just think it’s timing. The timing is so, so wrong for Arsenal.‘Obviously with a new manager again with Mikel Arteta, he’s come in and he’s having to think on his feet, he’s having to learn on the job.‘He’s done some good things and obviously there are things that are going to need to be addressed.‘But this is probably the biggest challenge for Mikel Arteta right now in his Arsenal managerial tenure and I don’t think he’s going to be able to keep Aubameyang.More: 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 City‘You know what, I think Aubameyang and Lacazette are going to go. I think both of them will go. I’m a straight talker and I say it as I see it.‘Aubameyang they can get something for, I think Lacazette, the way Arteta wants to play, doesn’t really fit the system.‘So I think there’s going to be a lot of change.’MORE: Arsenal transfer target James told to ‘run away’ from Real MadridMORE: Arsenal cleared to re-sign Ceballos by Real Madrid manager Zidane Advertisement Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette will leave Arsenal this summer, predicts Kevin Campbell Metro Sport ReporterThursday 2 Apr 2020 5:21 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link264Shares
Box Score (HTML) Despite scoring the first points of the game, the Bulldogs shot only 1-of-5 early, allowing Bradley to use an 11-0 run to take a 13-4 lead. Drake stormed back, going on an 18-5 run where it shot 7-of-11 and to take a 22-18 lead. Both teams continued to battle back and forth until Bradley put up nine-straight points for a 31-26 lead before a late 3-pointer by Woodward helped Drake tie the game at 33-33 going into halftime. Arogundade added five rebounds along with senior Graham Woodward (Edina, Minn.) who also added 13 points. Senior Reed Timmer (New Berlin, Wis.) and junior Nick McGlynn (Stoughton, Wis.) both had 11 points. McGlynn nabbed 11 rebounds for his third double-double of the season. Preview In a game of runs, Bradley opened the second half with an 8-0 run for a 41-35 lead. After some back and forth play, the Bulldogs recorded their own 8-0 run for a 54-48 lead followed by another Bradley run to give the Braves a narrow two-point lead Back-to-back three-pointers by Woodward and Arogundade gave Drake a four-point lead before McGlynn secured the win with a critical rebound and a pair of free throws in the final seconds. Story Links “Tonight was a great team win and we found a way to win tonight with defense and toughness,” said Drake head coach Niko Medved. “We had five guys with five or more rebounds and it was a great team effort on the glass.” Next Game: DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s basketball team opened its Missouri Valley Conference season with a thrilling 66-64 win over visiting Bradley, Thursday evening in the Knapp Center. Box Score (PDF) The Bulldogs were led by senior Ore Arogundade (Chicago, Ill.) who matched a season-high with 15 points on a 5-of-11 shooting performance and a 3-of-5 evening from three-point range including a three-pointer with 2:14 left to give Drake a four-point lead. Following Thursday’s MVC opener, the Bulldogs return to the road to take on SIU Dec. 31 at SIU Arena. Tipoff for Drake’s first conference road matchup is scheduled for 3 p.m. and will be broadcast on The Valley on ESPN3 and 1350 ESPN Des Moines. Live Stats 1350 ESPN The Valley on ESPN3 Listen Live Watch Live Bradley (10-4, 0-1 MVC) was led by Darrell Brown who recorded a game-high 19 points. Donte Thomas added 10 points while Koch Bar just missed double figures with nine. Elijah Childs grabbed a team-high eight rebounds. “We’ve got to enjoy this win and move on,” Arogundade said. “We’ll get the gameplan ready and be ready to go in Carbondale.”Print Friendly Version “I was aggressive tonight and I felt good,” Arogundade said. “De’Tae [McMurray] found me in the corner. Today in practice he was telling me to catch and shoot and be ready to shoot and I just rose up and hit the shot.” at SIU 12/31/2017 – 3 p.m. Full Schedule Roster The back-and-forth contest featured nine ties and 10 lead changes with neither team leading by more than nine points as Drake (7-7, 1-0 MVC) shot 22-51 (43.1 percent) including 7-18 (38.9 percent) from beyond the three-point arc. The Bulldogs dished out 12 assists and nabbed 35 rebounds to hold a three-rebound advantage over Bradley. By securing its seventh win of the season, Drake matched its win total for each of the last two seasons. “My teammates gathered around me and encouraged me to take deep breaths and that support helped me clear my mind and knock those down,” McGlynn said.
George Groves is set to take on Mexico’s Francisco Sierra in San Jose, California, on 28 July.It will be the unbeaten Hammersmith fighter’s first outing since a second-round demolition of Paul Smith at Wembley Arena in November.This year injuries have forced ‘The Saint’ to withdraw from a world title clash with WBO champion Robert Stieglitz and a defence of his British and Commonwealth belts against Scotland’s Kenny Anderson.Sierra, 24, stands at 6ft 1in, is a former Mexican champion and has a record of 25-5-1 (22 KOs).Groves, also 24, will feature on the undercard of a world title fight between welterweights Robert Guerrero and Selcuk Aydin.It will be his second appearance in the United States. One of his 14 wins came against Alfredo Conteras in Las Vegas two years ago.George Groves features:A work in progressI’m not world class – yetTrue BlueLet history decide‘Ugly kid’ looks the partFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Steve O’Meara continued his march towards a shot at the British or Commonwealth light-middleweight titles with a third-round stoppage of Tony Randell at Bethnal Green’s York Hall.O’Meara was not known as a big puncher before knocking out his previous two opponents – Nathan Weise and fellow West Londoner Ryan Toms – in the first round.This time the 28-year-old, who was born in Shepherd’s Bush and lives in West Drayton, took slightly longer to finish the job but was again in explosive form.Earlier, Harrow Weald’s 19-year-old super-featherweight prospect Mitchell Smith made it three wins out of three professional fights when he easily beat Pavels Senkovs on points.And Wembley welterweight Gary Corcoran, 21, extended his unbeaten record to 4-0 with a victory over Billy Smith, again on points.See also:Steve O’Meara v Tony Randell in picturesO’Meara to fight for Commonwealth titleO’Meara ready to seize title chanceDeGale backs O’Meara to win titleFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
August through December DHW usage has been very constant at about 14 GPD, yet kWh/day has gone from just over 2 to just over 3.Similarly, the 15-cubic-foot chest freezer is in the basement, and the refrigerator is on the main floor, both of which areas are cooler than they were in the summer. Here’s the kWh/month usage combined for both devices: We all know that residential heating load is highest in the winter and cooling load is highest in the summer. What’s a bit more subtle is how the seasons, and how we respond to them, change the loads on other household energy uses.For example: this summer our basement temperature climbed above 70°F, and the incoming water temperature from the water pressure tank was in the mid to upper 60Fs. Here at year’s end, the basement temperature is in the mid-50Fs, and cold water temperature has dropped to as low as 48°F. Both of these changes since summer add load to the water heater, as it must provide more energy to get the lower temperature water up to 120°F, and the tank loses more heat to the colder basement. Here’s a graph of our domestic hot water (DHW) usage in gallons/day (GPD) and the corresponding kWh/day: RELATED ARTICLES Choosing an Energy-Efficient Refrigerator BLOGS BY MARC ROSENBAUM Getting into Hot Water — Part 1Getting into Hot Water — Part 2Getting into Hot Water — Part 3Getting into Hot Water — Part 4Basement Insulation — Part 1Basement Insulation — Part 2 The load on the freezer and fridge drops because the spaces they are located in are cooler, so the temperature difference driving their heat gain is lower. In addition, the heat rejection components work more efficiently to reject heat to the surroundings when the air is cooler, so it takes less energy to meet the load.Just as with the water heater, the two effects combine to change the energy usage, but in the case of the freezer and fridge, the energy usage goes down. That reduction isn’t as large as the increase in energy used by the heat pump water heater, unfortunately!Again I find myself wishing for a fridge/freezer that rejects heat to a domestic hot water preheat tank, just as it’s done in commercial refrigeration. But energy will need to get more costly before that device appears on the market. Marc Rosenbaum is director of engineering at South Mountain Company on the island of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts. He writes a blog called Thriving on Low Carbon.
Kabul: A blast hit the political office of Amrullah Saleh, the running mate of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, in an ongoing attack Sunday that left at least 13 wounded. “At around 4:40 pm (1210 GMT), first a blast occurred near Green Trend office… then a number of attackers entered that office,” interior ministry spokesman Nasrat Rahimi said. Saleh belongs to Afghanistan’s Green Trend party and has previously served as the head of the country’s intelligence agency.
TORONTO – The case of a man accused of killing 10 people in a van attack in north Toronto will skip a preliminary hearing and head straight to trial.Alek Minassian, of Richmond Hill, Ont., faces 10 counts of first-degree murder and 16 counts of attempted murder in connection with the April 23 incident.The 25-year-old is accused of driving a rental van down a busy sidewalk along Yonge Street and plowing into dozens of pedestrians.Court heard on Thursday that the deputy attorney general has granted the Crown’s request to proceed by a direct indictment in the case.Outside court, Minassian’s lawyer said he wasn’t surprised by the decision.“It’s really never been discussed if he’d prefer a preliminary inquiry,” said Boris Bytensky. “It’s something that’s been off the table for quite some time in my mind.”Minassian did not appear in person or by video during the brief hearing.Bytensky said it will be 10 to 18 months before the trial would start. There would be numerous dates where Minassian won’t appear as they work through case management.He wouldn’t comment on whether Minassian would enter a plea beforehand.“I’m not going to discuss what our intentions may or may not be,” he said.Bytensky said he’s concerned about his client’s right to a fair trial given the publicity surrounding the attack.“But I have faith in our criminal justice system,” Bytensky said.“There is at least the possibility of a change of venue. That’s something — I’ll be candid — that I’ve contemplated. I don’t know if that’s something that we’ll be seeking.”Crown lawyer Joe Callaghan told court he has given over more disclosure to the defence, which Bytensky described as “voluminous.”There is a large volume of video evidence, Bytensky said, along with numerous witness statements to go over.Police have previously said they haven’t identified a motive for the attack, but that the evidence they had didn’t warrant terrorism charges.Minassian’s family has said they grieve for the victims, who included eight women and two men ranging in age from 22 to 94.His case will move to the Superior Court of Justice on Dec. 4.
Kolkata: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has intensified its drive against Dengue in view of the nor’wester that is hitting the city. The state government has given Rs 3 crore to KMC to carry on with its anti Dengue drive. It may be mentioned that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has instructed all civic bodies to take steps to prevent Dengue. At all the administrative review meetings, she has asked senior officials of the district administration to keep the areas under the civic bodies and Panchayats clean. She has also instructed district administration to launch drives to create awareness Dengue. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe KMC has intensified the cleaning operation. KMC teams are visiting houses regularly to inspect the overhead tanks and underground reservoirs. If mosquito larvae is found, the owners in case of individual houses and secretary in case of housing cooperatives are asked to take steps to clean the overhead tanks and underground reservoirs. The residents have been asked to clear the containers used to store water once in a week.Debashis Biswas, Chief Vector Control officer of KMC said Aedes Egypti mosquitoes take seven days to complete their life circle, that is, from egg to larvae to pupa and then to adult mosquito. “These seven days are very important. The residents are being requested to clean the containers at least once a week as a safety measure.” Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedAtin Ghosh, member, Mayor-in-Council in charge of health said due to global warming, the breeding season of mosquitoes have changed. To cope with the situation, the KMC is carrying out drives against Dengue throughout the year. “It is not possible for the civic bodies to bring the situation under control. We need cooperation of the residents. They should keep their houses clean and the containers used to store water should be cleaned once in a week. The overhead tanks and underground reservoirs should be properly covered.” The KMC has 15 Dengue detection centres in the city along with 24 Rapid Action teams. The KMC runs free clinics in every ward. KMC doctors said those suffering from fever should visit the Dengue detection centres and get their blood tested free of cost. Not only the centres have trained technicians, proper method is followed to detect Dengue.It may be mentioned that the ministry of Health had lauded the KMC for the anti Dengue drives. Hoardings and posters to crate awareness among the people are put up all over the city. The KMC is also assisting the neighbourding civic bodies of the Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation and south Dum Dum municipality to conduct anti Dengue drives as well.
Kolkata: The Dakshineswar Skywalk is expected to be thrown open for pilgrims visiting Dakshineswar Temple, a day before Kali Puja. If everything goes as per schedule, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will unveil the skywalk on November 5.A senior official of Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA), the implementing agency, said that the skywalk is getting finishing touches and the load testing safety certificate for the structure has already been received. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIt has been learnt that after the certificate was received, state Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister Firhad Hakim sought time from Banerjee and the November 5 date was fixed for unveiling. “Thousands of devotees visit the temple on a daily basis. During Kali Puja and the Bengali New Year, the gathering increases threefold. So, safety has been given top priority,” the official added. The skywalk project, which involves a whopping Rs 65 crore, will not only ease traffic congestion but will also ensure smooth unidirectional movement of devotees visiting the Dakshineswar Kali Temple. The temple draws 1.3 crore devotees including foreign pilgrims annually. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedDesigned by architecture firm Design Forum International, the 340 metre long skywalk will offer a seamless connectivity to and from the temple. It will be bridged with elevated Dakshineswar stations – both suburban and the Metro. The skywalk is expected to have 12 escalators, 4 elevators and 8 stairways, particularly for the benefit of senior citizens, the unwell and the handicapped. The skywalk will also have space for 200 shops. Dakshineswar Temple draws pilgrims round the year and at present, the only point of access is a single 10.5 metre wide road which thousands of locals use for their commute. According to a source in the temple committee, the foundation and 150 year history of the shrine has also been encapsulated in the form of a light and sound show. The project is also scheduled to be inaugurated by Banerjee on the same day.