How to … Tackle guidance on housing density

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Hector Bellerin will only sign new Arsenal deal if Mikel Arteta delivers on improvement

first_img Comment Coral BarrySunday 31 May 2020 12:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.9kShares Advertisement Advertisement Hector Bellerin will only sign new Arsenal deal if Mikel Arteta delivers on improvement Bellerin has been at Arsenal since he was 16 (Picture: Getty)Hector Bellerin remains committed to Arsenal, but will reportedly only sign a new long-term deal if he sees sustained improvement in performances.Mikel Arteta has been tasked with rejuvenating Arsenal and Bellerin is considered a vital figure in the squad as one of the longest serving players at the club.Bellerin has repeatedly been linked with moves away from Arsenal with Serie A duo Inter Milan and Juventus the latest clubs to be eyeing up a move for the right-back.ESPN claim Bellerin is not thinking about a move at the moment and has three years left on his deal.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBellerin is completely onboard with Arteta’s vision for the future, but wants to see the targeted improvement on the pitch and in results.Arsenal are ninth in the Premier League table ahead of the restart of the 2019/20 season and appear set to miss out on Champions League football again.Bellerin penned a six-and-a-half year deal in 2016, but he will only agree to sign another long-term contract if Arteta delivers on his promises. Bellerin has three years left on his deal (Picture: Getty)The first-team squad will get a 12.5 per cent pay cut if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.As Arsenal’s Professional Footballers’ Association representative, Bellerin played a key role in convincing the squad to take a wage deduction amid the coronavirus pandemic.Bellerin is Arsenal’s second longest serving player having joined the Gunners youth academy as a 16-year-old in 2011. Arsenal players are gearing up for a return to action on 17 June when they will take on Manchester City.MORE: The astonishing total cost of David Luiz’s transfer from Chelsea to Arsenal revealedMORE: Dennis Bergkamp let’s Mikel Arteta know where he has been going wrong at ArsenalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.last_img read more

Jurgen Klopp reacts to Liverpool setting up Arsenal clash after Lincoln thrashing

first_imgAdvertisement ‘I saw the Arsenal game against Leicester, they have a proper line-up, they want to win the competition. ‘We want to win the competition so you have to come through all the rounds. The next one is a tough one.’On the win over Lincoln, Klopp added: ‘There was a lot of good football to be honest. We made changes and we made a mistake, that’s good for them.’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 Arsenal‘Everyone can take something from this game, Lincoln can take something from it as they stuck with the game. ‘I liked a lot of things I saw tonight, the goals were really night, the attitude was brilliant. All three centre-halves are still fit so that’s really cool.’It was a good night for local lad Jones, and he was pleased to take his opportunity with both hands. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 24 Sep 2020 10:06 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.1kShares Jones was in good form (Picture: AMA/Getty)‘We started well,’ Jones, who was named man of the match, said. ‘Fair play to Lincoln, they turned up and gave us a good game. But we were the better team on the night.‘I’ve always said whenever I’m called upon I’ll always give 100%. I show that in every game I play. ‘I’m waiting for my turn and any time I’m called upon I’ll show up 100%.’Who will reach the Carabao Cup quarter-finals?Liverpool0%Arsenal0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Liverpool advanced to the fourth round (Picture: Getty)Liverpool eased into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup as Jurgen Klopp’s men thrashed Lincoln City 7-2.Xherdan Shaqiri, Takumi Minamino, Curtis Jones, Marko Grujic and Divock Origi were all on the scoresheet for Liverpool, with Jorge Tayo Edun and Lewis Montsma scoring consolation goals for the League One side.The Reds’ reward is a clash with Arsenal, with Mikel Arteta’s side set to travel to Anfield for a mouthwatering round four tie. Liverpool and Arsenal will meet in the Premier League on Monday night before their next Carabao Cup contest and Klopp is delighted that his side are at home for both fixtures!AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Thank God we have two home games,’ he laughed with Sky Sports after the match. ‘Sorry, Mikel. You have to come to Liverpool twice, It’s not so bad. ‘It will be tough. I’m not sure which cup competition we played Arsenal last year but that was a real rollercoaster as well. 5-5, a penalty shootout. Carabao Cup round four draw Liverpool v ArsenalBurnley v Manchester CityBrentford v FulhamEverton v West HamAston Villa v Stoke CityLeyton Orient/Tottenham v ChelseaNewport County v Newcastle UnitedBrighton v Manchester United Jurgen Klopp reacts to Liverpool setting up Arsenal clash after Lincoln thrashing Advertisementlast_img read more

BLOG: Highlights from the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show

first_imgBLOG: Highlights from the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show 100th Farm Show,  The Blog,  Videos Exhibitors and visitors from all corners of the Mid-Atlantic arrived to Pennsylvania’s capital city in early January to experience the largest indoor agricultural event in the United States, the Pennsylvania Farm Show, for its centennial celebration. And what a celebration it was!More than 10,000 competitive exhibits and nearly 300 commercial exhibitors were on display within the 24 acres spread throughout the complex’s 11 halls and three arenas.With the unusual warm January weather, the family-oriented atmosphere and low prices continued to bring in spectators all week, with more than 62,197 vehicles parked from Saturday through Friday.The Butter SculptureThe show kicked off with the traditional unveiling of the more than 1,000-pound butter sculpture crafted by Jim Victor of Conshohocken, Montgomery County. To honor the 100th show, the sculpture was based on the show’s theme of “Our Commonwealth’s Blue Ribbon Experience,” portraying everything from an FFA member showing her cow to a quilt and spinning wheel.Centennial MilkshakeBesides the normal vanilla and chocolate flavors, the 2016 event marked the debut of a new flavor of Farm Show milkshake – strawberries and cream. It was revealed at the opening of the Food Court on January 8, kicking off the start of the 2016 show.Celebrating The Farm Show LegacyFor the celebration of the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show, exhibitors and visitors had the chance to buy the book “Hold Your Horses! The Pennsylvania Farm Show at 100,” which commemorates the history of the show throughout the past century.Written by long-time Farm Show reporter Mary Klaus, the book contains hundreds of stories from participants throughout the years, a background of the nation’s largest indoor agricultural exposition, and a profile of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties and their county fairs.Food Fun FactsVendors at the Food Court kept busy providing visitors with Farm Show favorites.The following products were sold or consumed:The Pennsylvania’s Cattlemen’s Association Booth whipped up more than 2,250 burgers and used more than 3,220 pounds of prime rib and more than 4,640 pounds of beef for cheesesteaks.The Pennsylvania Livestock Association sold more than 10,000 roast beef sandwiches, 3,000 meatball subs, 10,000 barbeque pork sandwiches, 4,000 hot sausages, 5,000 Italian sausages, 4,200 goat tacos, 2,000 servings of lamb stew and 850 servings of steak salad.PennAg Industries Association sold more than 12,600 pounds of pulled pork, 14,000 hot dogs, 7,000 pieces of chocolate covered bacon, 5,000 fish nachos, and 105 gallons PennAg Farm Show BBQ Sauce.Pennsylvania Maple Syrup Producers sold more than 6,500 bags of maple cotton candy, 500 gallons of maple syrup and 250 gallons of Mapleade.The Pennsylvania State Horticulture Association sold more than 6,000 apple dumplings, 7,500 quarts of apple cider, and 25 bushels of apples.The Pennsylvania Mushroom Grower’s Cooperative sold more than 12,400 pounds of mushrooms.Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers sold 7,000 servings of batter-dipped vegetables, 6,000 blooming onions, 3,000 funnel cakes, 5,255 bowls of soup, 1,600 bowls of salad, 1,500 pickles, 850 pieces of pie, 700 vegetable wraps, 7,300 strawberry surprises and 2,475 raspberry lemonades.The Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association used more than 19,000 gallons of milkshake mix, 75 pounds of American cheese and 260 loaves of bread for grilled cheese sandwiches, 450 gallons of ice cream and 4.1 tons of mozzarella cheese.The Pennsylvania Beekeepers Association sold more than 1,400 gallons of honey ice cream and used more than 700 pounds of waffle mix.The Pennsylvania Farm Show is the nation’s largest indoor agricultural event, featuring 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits, and 300 commercial exhibitors.According to a report issued by the Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau, the 2015 show had an estimated economic impact of $95 million to the south-central Pennsylvania region, supporting more than 18,000 jobs over the course of the week-long event.I thank everyone who visited, as well as those everyone who helped with planning and execution of the 2016 show. Your time, efforts and dedication were truly appreciated. Please accept my sincerest gratitude for all you did to help us execute a successful 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show!Discussions have already begun for the 2017 show — and we hope to see you then! Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img By: Russell C. Redding, Secretary of Agriculture January 29, 2016last_img read more

Dual living by the ocean with sunsets and stunning views

first_imgThe home at 196 Hornibrook Esp, Woody Point. Picture: SuppliedWHEN the Gallagher family moved from Perth and snapped up a vacant block on the Hornibrook Esplanade in Woody Point, they knew they had to build a home worthy of the seaside location. Russell Gallagher said he wanted a home that offered dual living while taking in the ocean views.“We took a standard design that the builder had and really worked it over and modified it to our requirements,” he said. “We wanted a big deck at the front, open-plan living and high ceilings.” The kitchen is part of the open-plan living and entertaining space. Picture: Supplied.Set across two levels, and sitting on a 397sq m block, the home at 196 Hornibrook Esp has a self-contained area downstairs with two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, laundry space and open-plan living and dining area. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019There is also an alfresco space, deck and garden shed.Upstairs, the open-plan living and dining room features cathedral ceilings, timber floors and bi-fold doors opening to the deck. The living area includes a study nook. Picture: Supplied. “We have skydivers there and people picnicking. The other weekend there were jet ski races demonstrations and races. “On balmy evenings the breeze comes across from the east and we can open the shutters (on the deck) to let the breeze through.“Most nights we’re out there on the deck and we can watch the sunset across the Hornibrook Bridge.”center_img The open-plan living, dining and kitchen space flows out to the deck. Picture: Supplied.The kitchen has a servery, stainless steel appliances and pendent lighting. The master bedroom includes a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite and there is also a powder room and fourth bedroom with built-in wardrobe on this level. Mr Gallagher said his favourite part of the home was the open-plan living space and deck. “The deck overlooks Bells Beach, which is always buzzing,” he said.last_img read more

Coronavirus: UEFA postpone Euro 2020 playoffs, UCL,  Europa  games indefinitely

first_imgEuro 2020 play-off ties featuring Watford defender Craig Cathcart’s Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland have been indefinitely postponed. Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Of The Best Places Around The World To Go StargazingA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Big Actors Who Started Off With A Part In A Soap Opera The semi-final and final ties, originally due to be played last month, had been pushed back until June due to the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Europe. However, with the situation still worsening in many parts of the continent the decision has been taken to delay the matches indefinitely. The play-offs will determine the final four participants at Euro 2020, which will now not start until June 11, 2021. Northern Ireland are due to face Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Republic are up against Slovakia while Scotland will take on Israel. UEFA also announced following a video conference with its national member associations that Women’s Euro qualifiers and other international friendlies scheduled for June had also been postponed, leaving the path clear for 2019-20 domestic league matches to be played if conditions allow by then. All UEFA competitions, including the Champions League and Europa League, are indefinitely postponed but that comes as no surprise with the finals of both competitions called off with no new dates yet allocated. It is understood the national associations were presented with a variety of options for the resumption of domestic league action by a fixtures working group during the call, but no decision was made because it remains very difficult to predict how long the disruption will last. In the event that the resumption of domestic football is severely delayed, it is thought it would take precedence over European competition. The UEFA executive committee has also decided to suspend certain aspects of club licensing provisions due to the “increasing uncertainty generated by the ongoing extraordinary events”. These include the requirement to provide the preparation and assessment of clubs’ future financial information. Read Also:UEFA to meet to debate options for ravaged football fixture calendar The UEFA statement read: “The executive committee reiterated its full commitment to club licensing and financial fair play and agreed that the current exceptional circumstances necessitate some specific interventions to facilitate the work of member associations and clubs.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… last_img read more

Victor Valdes’ agent suggests goalkeeper will leave Manchester United in January

first_img The ex-Barcelona goalkeeper has only made two appearances since joining the Red Devils in January after recovering from knee surgery. Valdes has had a strained relationship with United manager Louis van Gaal and was not given a squad number for the 2015-16 campaign. Victor Valdes’ difficult spell at Manchester United is set to end in January, according to his agent. When asked about Valdes’ future, his agent Gines Carvajal said to Radio Marca: “He’ll have a chance (to play) in January, wherever he goes. “He needs to go to a place he feels is right for him.” Carvajal does not envision the 33-year-old Spaniard returning to his home country to play. “He won’t be coming to Spain, unless he decides otherwise,” he said. Valdes, a Euro 2012 winner with Spain, becomes a free agent next summer. He is a reported target of Newcastle United, who are looking to strengthen their backline after losing their first-choice goalkeeper Tim Krul to a serious knee injury at the weekend. The Holland international ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament during his national team’s 2-1 win against Kazakhstan in Saturday’s Euro 2016 qualifier and has been ruled out for the rest of the season. Valdes has also been linked with Chelsea and Liverpool in recent months. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Local boys, girls to participate in NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition

first_imgNine local boys and girls will participate in the NFL’s Punt, Pass and Kick team competition prior at Gillette Stadium prior to the New England Patriots’ 1 p.m. game against the Rams on Sunday, Dec. 4, in Foxborough, Mass. They are listed below.Boys’ competitionAge 8-9: Dane Zawistowksi, ClintonAge 10-11: Kyle Sidaway, DedhamAge 12-13: Kyle Goodrich, HoldenAge 14-15: Trevor Pearson, HoldenGirls’ competitionAge 6-7: Cali Jane Noble, DedhamAge 8-9: Kayleigh Dunton, TroyAge 10-11: Madison Taylor, FairfieldAge 12-13: Rhiannon Cianchette, HermonAge 14-15: Sara Kiley, HoldenThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img

Wins for National teams as GTT Indoor Hockey continues

first_imgTHERE were wins for the National men’s and women’s teams, as the 2017 GTT Indoor championship continued at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Tuesday evening.In the first of the matches, the Ladies unit were up against the more physical Antonio’s Grill Hikers.However, the Ladies proved that girl power is nothing to mess around as they trampled their opponents 8-2.Their victory was led by a pair of field goals each from Aliyah Gordon and Tricia Woodroffe as the side showed their full grace and splendour.It was Gordon who opened the scoring after a clean interception on a Hikers Long pass. She returned to complete the double in the 8th minute.Also finding the nets on the night were Marzana Fiedtkou (5th minute), Latacia Chung (27th minute), Maria Munroe (29th minute) and Nicole Eastman (30th minute).Meanwhile, the National Men’s side were in no playful mood as they thrashed Saints Hockey Club 11-0Robert France and Jamarj Assanah both slammed 4 goals each while Andrew Stuart scored a double and Ryan Branford notched up one goal to complete the rout.The Greens, on the other hand, were made to work a little more as they finally overcame the old Fort Titans.Arody Bradford scored twice in the win 5:3 with a strike each from Aderemi Simon, Jason Dos Santos and Kevin Spencer.For the losing side, it was John Abrahams double and Ascofu Simon’s lone strike that accounted for the goals.The other results of the night saw GCC Pitbulls defeat Hikers 5-1, GCC Spartans draw 1-1 with the ever-improving Old Fort Shooting Stars in the women’s division, while Saints Hockey Club lost to Saint Stanislaus Hockey Club 5-3 and Pepsi Hikers suffered a demoralising 8-1 defeat at the hands of Bounty GCC.last_img read more

Marian Academy shut down Bladen Hall in National School Basketball Festival

first_imgMARIAN Academy restricted Bladen Hall from scoring a single bucket when action continued on Saturday in the YBG National School Basketball Festival– Georgetown and East Coast Regionals at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.In the Under-14 division, Marian Academy did it at both ends of the court with Demetrius DeAbreu powering his way to 14 rebounds, six points and six steals, while Trevor Rose had a good two-way game with nine points and eight boards to lead the Georgetown School to a whopping 22-0 victory.Youth Basketball Guyana cluster also dominated their game when they tackled Tutorial High School. Led by Jaden Mohan, Kallani Howard and Javon Hodge, they eventual winner stormed to a 19-point win (24-5).Mohan finished with six points and four steals, Howard with five points and Javon Hodge with four points.M. Barton grabbed six rebounds to go with three points for Tutorial.In a keenly contested battle, Saint Stanislaus College edged St. Roses High School after a double-double from Daniel Bailey (11 points, 16 rebounds and five steals).Brandon McKoy added eight points and Shalom Ault six points and six rebounds. Calex Bernard with eight points and Chris Perez with six points and six rebounds were the main scorers for St. Roses.In the U-18 competition, Plaisance Secondary gained a walkover victory over Queen’s College.The Georgetown/East Coast Demerara Regionals will continue on June 7th and 8th. Edward B. Beharry & Company Ltd, NSC, Banks DIH LTD and Exxon Mobil are the tournament sponsors.last_img read more