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  • Lucas Torreira has a ‘big future’ at Arsenal, insists Unai Emery

    first_imgLucas Torreira has a ‘big future’ at Arsenal, insists Unai Emery Lucas Torreira has been heavily linked with an exit from Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Unai Emery has hit back at Lucas Torreira’s agent after he suggested the Uruguayan could leave the club in January.The 23-year-old has made just four league starts for the Gunners and Pablo Bentancur, Torreira’s agent, said he would consider his options after being unhappy with Emery’s decision to play him in a more advanced midfield role.‘When the transfer window arrives we will see what will happen. I don’t know what can happen in the future,’ said Bentancur.However, Emery has dismissed the chances of Torreira leaving and says the midfielder has a ‘big future’ at Arsenal, providing he can improve.ADVERTISEMENT Torreira’s made just four league starts this term (Picture: Getty)‘I spoke with him yesterday and today. I showed him some movies about his best performances with us and how he can improve,’ said Emery.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘First, he is young. His process here is starting. He started playing in the Premier League last year and he progressed, but this year again he needs to progress.‘He is a very good player, important for us, and his focus needs to be with us 100 per cent. His response to me was positive, this morning and yesterday, and then we showed how he can improve for our capacity of our necessary tactical movement.‘He’s a good player for us, he has very big commitment and very good behaviour. He has a very big future here but thinking he needs to improve. He has to learn in some situations, individually to help us, to do better. It’s one process.’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 ArsenalTorreira made an impressive start at the Emirates last season but he’s been slowly phased out of the side.Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk earlier this week, Arsenal legend Martin Keown claimed Emery’s treatment of Torreira, especially in contrast to Granit Xhaka, had turned supporters against the manager.‘I would have thought it would have been very obvious that he has to play. He’s tenacious,’ said Keown.‘The Chelsea game at home, the Liverpool game at home last season, he was playing in that team and Arsenal looked better for it.‘This is why I think the fans went against Emery because Xhaka played no matter what when Torreira had to sit on the bench. Ceballos plays one game for Arsenal [against Burnley] and was absolutely brilliant but he’s back on the bench. Maybe it’s Xhaka he needs to take out.’MORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette will leave if Arsenal don’t improve, warns Martin Keown Advertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 22 Nov 2019 11:26 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link260Shares Commentlast_img read more

  • UCL: Slavia Prague force Barca to draw at Camp Nou

    first_imgRelatedPosts Barca president Bartomeu says he won’t go to war anymore with Messi Aguero could be out of action until November, Guardiola says Messi scores twice in Barca friendly Barcelona were held to a surprise scoreless draw against Slavia Prague in the Champions League group stage action on Tuesday. The Spanish hosts were frustrated throughout the night in a subdued Camp Nou by Slavia’s defence despite having the lion’s share of possession. The eight points in four matches keeps Barcelona ahead in the Group F standings, with Slavia at the bottom with two. Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund went into their match with four points apiece. The first half have was a level affair between the both sides as Slavia sat back and absorbed the hosts’ attacks. Barcelona’s best chances in the opening half came from Lionel Messi, who clattered the woodwork with long-range shot and nearly beat goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar on another attempt. Slavia thought they took the lead in the first half’s waning moments but Lukas Masopust’s poke-in was disallowed by VAR. Barcelona remained firmly on the attack in the second half but couldn’t break down the Slavia backline. Sergi Roberto, who came on for an injured Jordi Alba at the break, had a good header in 56th minute.Tags: Barcelona FCLionel MessiSlavia PragueUEFA Champions Leaguelast_img read more

  • Top stories Earths darkest year errors in ocean study and a young

    first_img Click to view the privacy policy. 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Early that year, a cataclysmic volcano in Iceland spewed ash across the Northern Hemisphere, creating a fog that plunged Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Asia into darkness—day and night—for 18 months. Summer temperatures dropped 1.5°C to 2.5°C, initiating the coldest decade in the past 2300 years.High-profile ocean warming paper to get a correction Email By Frankie SchembriNov. 16, 2018 , 3:40 PM (left to right): NICOLE SPAULDING/CCI FROM C. P. LOVELUCK ET AL., ANTIQUITY 10.15184, 4, 2018; DANIEL RAMIREZ/FLICKR; NASA SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION STUDIO Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! Country Top stories: Earth’s darkest year, errors in ocean study, and a young crater under Greenland’s ice Scientists behind a major study on ocean warming this month are acknowledging errors in their calculations and say conclusions are not as certain as first reported. The research, published in Nature, said oceans are warming much faster than previously estimated. After a blog post flagged some discrepancies in the study, the authors said they would submit a correction to the journal.Massive crater under Greenland’s ice points to climate-altering impact in the time of humansAn international team of scientists this week reported the discovery of a 31-kilometer-wide impact crater hidden beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet, left after a 1.5-kilometer-wide asteroid slammed into Earth. One of the planet’s 25 largest-known craters, it is also remarkably fresh, seemingly indicating a recent strike within the last few million years. The timing is still up for debate, but some researchers on the discovery team believe the asteroid struck at a crucial moment: roughly 13,000 years ago, just as the world was thawing from the last ice age.Do gut bacteria make a second home in our brains?At the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in San Diego, California, last week, neuroanatomist Rosalinda Roberts made a splash with a presentation of results from her lab at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, in which bacteria was spotted inhabiting the cells of healthy human brains harvested from cadavers. Roberts was careful to note her team hasn’t ruled out the possibility of sample contamination, but the results are one of several preliminary indications that bacteria could directly influence processes in the brain.Large, strangely dim galaxy found lurking on far side of Milky WayAstronomers have discovered a dwarf galaxy, called Antlia 2, that is one-third the size of the Milky Way itself lurking on the far side of our galaxy. As big as the Large Magellanic Cloud, the galaxy’s largest companion, Antlia 2 eluded detection until now because it is 10,000 times fainter. Such a strange beast challenges models of galaxy formation and dark matter, the unseen stuff that helps pull galaxies together.last_img read more

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