Unai Emery on whether Rob Holding will start against Manchester United Comment Metro Sport ReporterSunday 29 Sep 2019 8:42 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.9kShares Advertisement Holding is in contention to start (Picture: Getty Images)Unai Emery ‘cannot be certain’ that Rob Holding will start for Arsenal against Manchester United on Monday, but heaped praise on the young centre-half.Holding made a scoring return to first-team action in midweek after a nine-month lay-off as the Gunners thrashed Nottingham Forest 5-0, much to the delight of Emery.The Arsenal boss views the 24-year-old as a real leader in the dressing room and believes he can have an impact at Old Trafford, even if he doesn’t play from the start.Emery said: ‘When I saw him on Tuesday I thought ‘wow!’ He’s coming back – Rob Holding!AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I can not be certain he will start on Monday but I want him there for his spirit, his behaviour, his commitment.‘He feels really Arsenal Football Club and I want players like him in the dressing room.’ Solskjaer and Emery will clash at Old Trafford (PIcture: Getty Images)A win for Emery’s side would see them move six points clear of United and the Spaniard is relishing the opportunity to put daylight between the two sides.‘It’s amazing to play in Manchester with that atmosphere,’ Emery added.‘We really want to play matches where we can do something important. We know it’s a very big opportunity for us to get three points.‘I am excited waiting for this moment. But also I know we need to prepare a perfect match because three points is very important for both sides.‘Solskjaer has experience. He was a player at Manchester United, he knows the club perfectly, he knows the high competition, the high level and he now has very good players.‘His challenge is also to achieve the consistency and performances that will get them in the top four. We are going to fight on Monday for the first time this season and it’s about which team can respond.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errorsWho will win at Old Trafford?Manchester United0%Arsenal0%Draw0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Advertisement
It’s getting rough out there for Trump supporters, especially on the Treasure Coast.Robert Youngblood, 67, told deputies with the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office that he was sitting at the bar with friends wearing his “MAGA” hat when 43 year old Matthias Ajple approached him and said, “You should go back to Russia, you communist” And slapped his hat. Then Youngblood says he came by again and spit on him.Deputies was able to track down “Ajple” at his home where he was arrested for battery.See video here.
Police say at least six people have been injured in a shooting at a California high school.The sheriff’s office identified the suspect as an asian male dressed in black clothing.The suspect is was last seen heading toward a California elementary school, reports say.This story is developing.
Authorities in Utah are reporting that they discovered two bodies in an apartment while conducting a welfare check.The discovery was made Monday in Tooele, Utah.Officials say they were called by a concerned resident after a 75-year-old woman who lived in the apartment had not been seen in a couple of days.During their search, officials say they discovered the body of the woman identified as Jeanne Souron-Mathers in the home. According to initial reports, authorities believe Souron-Mathers may have died of natural causes as there were no signs of foul-play.They are currently waiting for a toxicology report to make to finalize their report.When canvasing the apartment, however, investigators then came across a chest freezer with a man’s body inside. Authorities report that the body may have been in the freezer anywhere from 18 months to 11-years. Authorities say the body was fully intact and that they do not believe that the victim died of natural causes.They are currently waiting on an autopsy to determine the person’s identity and cause of death.
Palm Beach County’s Supervisor of Elections announced Thursday that she is running for reelection, despite claiming earlier in the year that she had no intentions of doing so.According to records, Wendy Sartory Link has filed to run as a Democrat next year.Sartory Link, a commercial real estate attorney, was appointed to the position last January by Governor Ron DeSantis, after he suspended then-Supervisor of Elections Susan Bucher for issues stemming from the November 2018 midterm election.Bucher’s office did not meet a deadline in the contested Governor and U.S. Senate races, in addition to the race for Agriculture Commissioner.Governor DeSantis said at the time that Bucher had violated Florida law by missing the recount deadline, and by failing to submit improperly completed ballots to a state canvasing board, as well as for her handling of voter intent determinations and voters who submitted duplicate ballots.Under Sartory Link’s leadership, the county has purchased $15 million in new voting equipment in order to expedite the tabulation process and to handle a larger volume of ballots.The elections office has also purchased a secure server that is monitored by the Department of Homeland Security in order to protect sensitive voter information.According to records, Sartory Link will be running against Democrats Paulette Armstead, Deandre Poole, and Michelle Sylvester. The Republican candidate is Thomas Caprio.
The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that a suspect has died after he broke into a home and was shot with his own gun.The incident was reported Friday in Bradenton, Florida.The resident told authorities that the now identified suspect, 26-year-old Demetrius Downer, broke into his home and placed a pistol next to his head while he was sleeping.Downer then reportedly began beating the victim with the gun and during the struggle, the victim gained control over the weapon.The victim then shot Downer and ran next door to alert a neighbor to what was happening.When authorities arrived at the scene, they found the gun inside the home and the backdoor of the home opened, however, Downer was nowhere in sight.After canvassing the areas, authorities located Downer’s body on the ground against a condo building near the home.Officials reported that it appears that Downer died due to the single gunshot wound.
A fire marshal in Massachusetts is warning parents to make sure their children and teens are not participating in the dangerous “outlet challenge.”The challenge which was made popular on the social media app Tiktok, challenges the user to partially plug a phone charger into an outlet and then use a coin to touch the exposed prong.Once the coin touches the exposed prongs, sparks begin to fly from the outlet.According to the report, in the worst-case scenarios, the act could cause a fire, severely damage the outlet and or the phone charger or injure the person performing the act and those nearby.Since the trend started this month, there have been several reports of damage and fires including a fire at the Westford Academy. The school was said to have been left with $700’s worth of damage after a student decided to perform the act on campus.
A Florida Department of Corrections education supervisor is facing a rape charge.Corrections Department Secretary Mark Inch said in a statement on Friday that the charges against Rev. Antonio Carlisle “are deeply disturbing and abhorrent.”An inmate is accusing Carlisle of raping him in prison.According to the FDC’s Office of the Inspector General, sexual assault forensic exam including Carlisle’s DNA was part of the investigation.Inch adds that Carlisle, of the Greater True Vine Missionary Baptist Church in Lake City, has been dismissed from his job at the department.The inmate alleges that Carlisle was pretending to help him, but then overpowered and raped him on August 6 at the Florida State Prison in Bradford County.Investigators collected Carlisle’s DNA on January 29. Soon afterward, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement reported it was a match and issued a warrant for Carlisle’s arrest last Wednesday.He was arrested on Thursday in Duval County and is being held on a $1.5 million bond. Carlisle faces charges of sexual battery and sexual misconduct in Bradford County.
13 Aug 2012 England trio bid for a solid Finnish England Golf is sending the experienced trio of David Booth (Rotherham, Yorkshire), Harry Casey (Enfield, Middlesex) and Paul Howard (Southport & Ainsdale, Lancashire) to Helsinki Golf Club to compete in the Finnish Amateur on 16th – 18th August. Casey, 19, was the English under 18 champion last year when he finished third on the Titleist/FootJoy English Boys Order of Merit. He also won the Duke of York Young Champions tournament, was third in the Lagonda Trophy and fourth in the Fairhaven Trophy. This year, Casey has finished third in the Tillman Trophy and equal seventh in the Berkhamsted Trophy and is a member of the England ‘A’ squad. Booth, 24, who will be making his first foreign trip for England Golf, has recently completed his studies at Stirling University. He was a member of the Yorkshire boys’ team prior to going to university and has represented the Yorkshire first team when available. He was the only English member of the European universities team in the recent Palmer Cup victory over the American universities. Howard, 21 (image © Tom Ward), also representing England Golf for the first time, was the individual winner in this year’s Northern Counties Men’s Qualifying at Ponteland, having finished joint runner-up in the Selborne Salver and tied eighth in the Lytham Trophy. A product of the Lancashire boys coaching, he is a first team regular and played for the Red Rose in last year’s County Finals at Ganton. The Finnish Amateur is played over 54 holes with a cut after two rounds, the leading 36 players and ties going forward to the third and final round.
Virgin Australia has not ruled out servicing Samoa under its own brand after its joint venture with the Pacific holiday destination’s government ends later this year.The bust-up with the Samoan government means the Virgin Samoa joint venture, formerly known as Polynesian Blue, will end on November 12 after more than a decade of operations.The decision by the Samoan government to end the partnership comes amid ongoing tensions over fare levels and the benefits the nation’s tourism industry derived from the deal.Samoan MP Olo Fiti Vaai accused Virgin Australia and alliance partner Air New Zealand of colluding to boost profits.“We pay $1,000+ one way and yet when you go to Auckland, its $NZ150-$200 to fly to Australia,” he told the Samoa Observer newspaper.“They are making money off of the Samoan people, yet they charge us an arm and a leg.”The Samoan government and Virgin Australia each have a 49 per cent stake in Virgin Samoa, which flies between Samoa’s capital, Apia, and Auckland in New Zealand as well as Sydney and Brisbane in Australia.They signed the deal in 2005 after the costs of running Samoa’s national airline, Polynesian Airlines, burgeoned to more than half of the government’s annual budget.It meant the joint venture would handle international flying, leaving Polynesian running domestic routesBut the Samoans are again intent on running their own international carrier and the government has been talking for some time about expanding Polynesian’s network.Virgin said in a statement it was working the Samoan Government to confirm exact timing for the end of Virgin Samoa serviceIt was also “reviewing options for operations to and from Samoa after the Virgin Samoa services conclude”.“We will provide an update on operations and timing in due course and any affected guests will be proactively contacted to discuss their travel options,’’ it said.