18 Oct

Mesut Ozil left out of Arsenal’s squad to face Manchester City

first_imgAdvertisement We back! 👊🥁 Introducing your lineup for tonight’s game…#MCIARS— Arsenal (@Arsenal) June 17, 2020Ozil featured in Arsenal’s 3-2 friendly defeat to Brentford but it’s unclear if he made the trip up north. AdvertisementAdvertisementThe early suggestion is that the German is not injured and that he’s been left out after failing to warrant a starting spot.The former Real Madrid ace has featured in all of Arsenal’s last ten matches and he’s hopeful of seeing out his deal at the Emirates, which lasts until 2022.Ozil had looked likely to leave had Emery remained in charge as the Spaniard dropped the midfielder almost entirely from his squad.MORE: Raheem Sterling vows to bring about change through Black Lives Matter movement Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 17 Jun 2020 7:24 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link792Shares Mesut Ozil left out of Arsenal’s squad to face Manchester City Comment BURNLEY, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 02: Mesut Ozil of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Burnley FC and Arsenal FC at Turf Moor on February 2, 2020 in Burnley, United Kingdom. (Photo by Visionhaus)Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil was a notable absentee as Mikel Arteta’s side arrived at the Etihad for their clash against Manchester City.The German has been a first team regular under the Spaniard since Unai Emery’s departure and the midfielder’s featured in training throughout this week.However, he was not in the squad that arrived in the north-west as Arteta made a number of changes to his side.Kieran Tierney is the most significant change as the Scot makes his first league start since December.ADVERTISEMENTBuyako Saka appears to be given a more advanced role after playing at left-back earlier on in the campaign and Alexandre Lacazette is on the bench in favour of Eddie Nketiah. Advertisementlast_img read more

23 Sep

Record car count for Sport Compacts at Super Nationals

first_imgBOONE, Iowa (Sept. 3) – It’s the Sport Compact’s turn to shine Tuesday night at Boone Speed­way and numbers for the 4-cylinder division add up to a new IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nation­als fueled by Casey’s record.Sixty-three Sport Compacts saw action in six heat races. Three ‘B’ features will the starting grid for his evening’s main event. That 25-lap race pays $250 to win plus a Speedway Motors Weekly Racing bonus of as much as another $250.Forty-nine Sport Compacts were in action when the class debuted at Super Nationals in 2011, 55 last year. Top two finishers in each of five heats qualified for the Karl Chevrolet Races of Champions for Hobby Stocks and for Northern SportMods this afternoon, then headed to the Fan Zone to draw cards to determine their starting spots in their Saturday events.Colby Langenberg and Randy Embrey will start on the front row of the Hobby Stock RoC. Trevor Holm and Brock Beeter are in row two, Corey Madden and 2011 race winner Shannon Anderson in row three, Jason Kohl and Chris Luloff in row four and Bill Bonnett and Justin Nehring in the fifth row.Pole starter for the Northern SportMods is Bobby Anders, with Joel Rust to his outside. Eric Elliott and 2010 race winner Tyler Frye are in row two, Nick Roberts and Clinton Luellen in row three, Austin Kaplan and Danny Dvorak in row four and Robby Rosselli and Carter VanDenBerg in row five. VanDenBerg, of course, starts on the pole for Saturday’s Northern SportMod main event. His win in Monday’s qualifying feature was the career first at Boone for the 19-year-old hotshoe from Os­kaloosa.He had two previous starts here, with a wreck and a fifth place finish to show for his efforts.“It was a pretty big accomplishment to win last night,” he said. “We’d never won here before.”In addition to the Sport Compact main event, two more qualifiers for the SportMods and another for the Hobby Stocks are on tonight’s ticket. Wednesday’s last-chance qualifying sends the final six cars into 30-car fields for both divisions on Saturday.Can’t make the 2013 Speedway Motors IMCA Super Nationals fueled by XSAN? Then watch every lap LIVE on XSAN at: www.xsan.tvlast_img read more

16 Aug

International boxing tournament – Mostar 2013 has ended

first_imgOn Saturday, the 13th International Boxing Tournament – Mostar 2013 has ended. Apart from boxers from BiH, teams from Russia, the Netherlands, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Norway, Macedonia, Slovenia, Scotland and Italy participated as well, reports sportsport.Adem Fetahović and Elvir Šendro won gold medals for BiH. Fetahović defeated Justin Kremer from the Netherlands in up to 60kg category, and Elvir Šendro defeated Robert Olah from Hungary.Adem Fetahović was also proclaimed the best technician of the tournament, while Enid Numanović from BiH was proclaimed the most promising boxer.(photo:fflfitness)last_img read more