PREMIERE: The Delta Saints Pay Tribute To David Bowie In A New Single Off Their Upcoming Album

first_imgThe five-piece rock outfit The Delta Saints is releasing a new album titled Monte Vista on April 28th. Melding psychedelia with Bayou blues and raw rock sounds, the ten-track album, produced by Eddie Spear (Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, Neil Young) is an anthemic yet lyrical follow-up to their 2015 album Bones. Featuring Ben Ringel (vocals & guitar), Dylan Fitch (guitar), David Supica (bass), Vincent “Footz” Williams (drums), and Nate Kremer (keyboards), The Delta Saints’ new album is an exploratory coming-of-age collection, ruminating on life, love, and age through their exacting lyrics paired with their rock-rooted sensibilities.To preview Monte Vista, which is due out next week, The Delta Saints have been kind enough to share with us a new single off the album called “Spaceman.” The track is a tribute to the late David Bowie. Frontman Ben Ringel elaborates: “I wrote Spaceman a few days after David Bowie passed away. I’d always been a casual Bowie fan, but had never dove head first into his body of work before. I spent the next few days with his music and was so struck by the sheer expanse of his creativity. He just did exactly what he wanted to do, when he wanted to do it. He got weird when the spirit moved him, then he would write a heart wrenching ballad, then an 80’s dance tune, and then a dark modern sounding record like Blackstar. He was this super rare form of devil-may-care brilliance, and the weight of someone like him no longer creating and representing that attitude was just heavy. A few days later, I was sitting in my apartment, and this song just started coming out. It was one of those really magical moments, where a song just comes out of nowhere, and you just try to keep up and get it all down before it evaporates.”You can listen to the Live For Live Music premiere of “Spaceman” below. You can also check out The Delta Saint’s website to get more information about the band as well as to find upcoming tour dates and to purchase their new album Monte Vista when it comes out on the 28th.[Photo courtesy of David Bean] Monte Vista – Track ListingCaliforniaSun GodBurning WheelsAre YouCrowsRosesSpace ManYoung And CrazyIn Your HeadTwo Dayslast_img read more

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Tedeschi Trucks Band & Steve Earle Showcase Powerfully Contrasting Views Of The Blues At The Beacon [Photos/Videos]

first_imgFollowing a break, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, and company took the stage and continued Earle’s bluesy list with a set-opening cover of “Statesboro Blues”, a nod to the many renditions of the song played by the Allman Brothers Band during their own storied Beacon residencies. The first “Simple Things” since February came next, followed by the first 2018 rendition of “Learn How To Love”, the Revelator track penned by Derek and Susan with help from Lettuce’s Eric Krasno, Adam Deitch, and Adam Smirnoff.A cover of The Lovin’ Spoonful‘s “Darlin’ Be Home Soon” got the call next before Mike Mattison stepped to center stage for a rousing reading of Allen Toussaint‘s “Get Out Of My Life, Woman”. The show’s blues-heavy aesthetic continued as Tedeschi Trucks rattled off renditions of “Shelter”, Ruth Brown‘s “Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean”, and “All That I Need”, the latter of which featured some entrancing flute work by Kofi Burbridge and a towering, cathartic release.Blues standard “The Sky Is Crying” came next, Susan Tedeschi laying into a searing solo as Derek fought through some onstage technical issues. Tedeschi shined on vocals once again on Made Up Mind track “Part of Me”, written along with Doyle Bramhall II, who joined the band onstage on the first night of their Beacon stint.Little Milton‘s “More & More” followed before the highlight jam of the night, “Bound For Glory”, took the band out into the ether and back again for an impressive finish. TTB’s fan-favorite pairing of newly minted Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee John Prine‘s “Angel From Montgomery” and the Grateful Dead‘s “Sugaree” guided the show into its home stretch before Let Me Get By staple “I Want More” rounded out the set, complete with a mid-song onstage string change by Trucks. Load remaining images Photo: Kevin Cole Photo: Kevin Cole On Tuesday night, October 9th, Tedeschi Trucks Band returned to their favorite haunt, New York’s Beacon Theatre, to commence the midweek portion of their six-night 2018 Big Apple residency. The performance, which featured an opening solo set by multiple Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Steve Earle, marked TTB’s 30th overall show at the Beacon.In a powerful contrast from Tedeschi Trucks Band’s full-bodied 12-piece sound, Steve Earle began the evening simply, with just his acoustic instrumnets and the charismatic grit of his legendary singing voice. Amid selections from his decades-long catalog, Earle bantered affably with the crowd, joking that his set “seems to be listing irresistibly toward the blues…Might as well surrender…”After performing “South Nashville Blues”, the 24-years-sober Earle explained the drawbacks of playing that particular tune (it overly romanticizes his drug and crime days) and offered the antidote to that dilemma with his next song, the much darker “CCKMP (Cocaine Cannot Kill My Pain)”. He also picked up his beloved mandolin (“This is my favorite thing in the world”) for set-closing runs through “Tell Moses”, which he co-wrote with Shawn Colvin, and hit single “Copperhead Road”.As he left the stage, Earle thanked the Beacon and offered a whole-hearted endorsement of the set to come: “Get ready for the best band in America, Tedeschi Trucks!” Photo: Kevin Cole For their encore, Derek and Susan re-emerged with the full band in tow for a pair of covers including George Harrison‘s “Isn’t It A Pity” and a rousing sing-along rendition of The Coasters‘ “Let’s Go Get Stoned”, which saw each of the vocalists onstage take lead for a verse. Susan commanded the final number with rockstar swagger, ad-libbing about the joys of having a drink or a smoke now and again and waxing hopeful about a future where weed is legal in all 50 states.With that, Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2018 Beacon Theatre residency reached its midway point (and, for those keeping score, they haven’t yet repeated a song). The party continues tonight with help from JJ Grey.Below, you can watch a selection of videos from Tuesday’s performance and check out a gallery of photos courtesy of photographer Kevin Cole:Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Statesboro Blues” [Blind Willie McTell cover][Video: Sean Roche]Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Simple Things”[Video: Sean Roche]Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Get Out Of My Life, Woman” [Allen Toussaint cover][Video: Sean Roche]Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Angel From Montgomery”/”Sugaree” [John Prine/Grateful Dead cover][Video: Borrowed Tune]Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Isn’t It A Pity” [George Harrison cover][Video: themeboudin]Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | The Beacon Theatre | New York, NY | 10/9/18Set: Statesboro Blues, Simple Things, Learn How To Love, Darlin’ Be Home Soon, Get Out Of My Life, Woman, Shelter, Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean, All That I Need, The Sky Is Crying, Part Of Me, More & More, Angel From Montgomery/Sugaree, I Want MoreEncore: Isn’t It A Pity, Let’s Go Get StonedTedeschi Trucks Band w/ Steve Earle | The Beacon Theatre | New York, NY | 10/9/18 | Photos: Kevin Colelast_img read more

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Vermont Yankee provides update on tritium

first_imgLast Friday, October 8, Vermont Yankee announced that a water sample from rock fissures beneath the plant tested positive for tritium at an amount of 1,040 picocuries per liter.  A statement issued by a representative of the Vernon nuclear power plant said that this amount of tritium is significantly below the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s required level to report tritium findings (which is 30,000 picocuries per liter) and significantly below the US Environmental Protection Agency’s standard for permissible levels of tritium in drinking water (20,000 picocuries per liter). The rock fissures from which the sample was taken fed a former industrial drinking water well that previously served the plant’s Construction Office Building, known as the COB well.  This well was retired earlier this year (March) as a conservative precaution shortly after the tritium leak from the plant was discovered.This water sample test result does not indicate any new leak of tritium from Vermont Yankee.Rather, this test result confirms the migration of tritiated water that was previously released from the leak in the advanced off gas (AOG) system pipe tunnel that was sealed and repaired earlier this year.Further, this test result does not indicate any threat to public health or safety because the sample was not taken from any active drinking water well, nor has tritium been detected in or near any current drinking water well.Vermont Yankee is implementing an industry-leading program to protect groundwater at the site. This program focuses on inspecting, monitoring and selectively replacing plant piping and other components to prevent leaks.  Also, additional monitoring wells are being installed to promptly detect any leaks should they occur.As noted, the Environmental Protection Agency’s limit for tritium in drinking water is 20,000 picocuries.  A picocurie is one trillionth of a curie.  To place these figures in context, there are at least 6 curies (or 6 trillion picocuries) of tritium in an average self-illuminated red “EXIT” sign at your local movie theater or school gym.Vermont Yankee believes this test result is consistent with previous findings, showing that there is no threat of contamination to drinking water sources AND the tritium remediation plan has been comprehensive and effective.Vermont Yankee’s tritium remediation project has continuously monitored drinking water wells on the VY site and at a number of locations in the area around the site and no tritium has been detected in any drinking water wells. The off site locations range from the Vernon elementary school, which is located just across the street from the plant to the water system of the town of Hinsdale, NH, located across the Connecticut River.As Vermont Yankee continues to finalize the remediation of tritium that the company first discovered and self-reported in January 2010, the company re-emphasizes today that it is committed to maintaining increased sampling frequencies for tritium and increased communications.  Both of these initiatives were part of a March 25 public commitment that the company made as part of its industry-leading groundwater protection initiative.Vermont Yankee has shared the results of the recent water sample test with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Vermont Department Health and will continue to cooperate with both organizations. Further, Vermont Yankee has continued to extract groundwater – a process that began several months ago — as part of its efforts to remediate the previous tritium leak from the AOG pipe tunnel.The shallow groundwater zone has been the main focus of Vermont Yankee’s groundwater efforts to date. This zone, which extends to 70 feet below the surface, includes soils of many different compositions. This is the level where shallow groundwater moves. The general flow at the Vermont Yankee site is west to east, away from drinking water supplies.This zone has been continuously monitored and tested since the first discovery of tritium in January of this year.The depth to bedrock varies locally across the region, but in this area of the Vermont Yankee site, the depth to bedrock is approximately 70 feet.  Groundwater flows through the bedrock via cracks and fissures.  This water also flows west to east. When a deep drinking water well is installed, it bisects these cracks, which allow water to supply the well casing and eventually be pumped to the end user. A total of 25 monitoring wells have been installed and seven more are currently being installed. These wells are used to track the direction and volume of the groundwater under the site and to measure the tritium content. As a result of the data gathered from these monitoring wells, a number of extraction wells have been drilled at the points of significant concentration. More than 267,000 gallons of tritiated water have been extracted from the groundwater and pumped into holding tanks on the site. As the higher tritium concentrations move eastward, consistent with the general hydrology of the site, new wells are drilled in the path of the flow and contaminated water is pumped out.There currently are two extraction wells in operation. Vermont Yankee is assessing the flow rates and tritium content of water being extracted and present in the monitoring wells to determine whether further mitigation is warrantedThe deep bedrock layer is the site of the current testing that has produced the relatively low-level sample of tritiated water that is the subject of recent media stories. By using the pre-existing COB well, Vermont Yankee technicians have been able to collect and test two water samples from fissures in the bedrock adjacent to the well. These samples were taken at 200 and 300 feet below the surface by a process called “Packer testing.”Packer testing consists of lowering a 20-foot long hollow steel tube into the well. The tube has bladders (packers) at the top and bottom, which can be inflated to seal a 20-foot section of the well. Existing water in the well is pumped out, and samples of water contained in fissures of the adjacent bedrock are then collected in the tube. The sample is then brought to the surface and samples are taken to be tested for tritium.In the case of these recent measurements at Vermont Yankee, the test at the 200-foot level required 48 hours of continuous extraction to collect the volume of water required for a representative sample. This site had been identified by a preliminary test in March as the site of a low-yielding fracture in the rock. It was this sample that contained a concentration of 1,040 picocuries of tritium per liter of water.The test performed at the 300-foot level encountered free-flowing water from the adjacent fissures. The sample was easily collected and no tritium was found.It also should be noted that other isotopes such as Strontium-90 and Cesium-137 have never been detected in groundwater samples taken at Vermont Yankee. This includes water samples taken from monitoring well GZ-10 which was installed in early February in the immediate vicinity of the advanced off gas (AOG) system pipe tunnel where the tritium leak occurred.Strontium-90 and Cesium-137 and other isotopes were identified in limited quantities in soils directly adjacent to the leak for the AOG pipe tunnel.  Soil in the area of the leak has been removed and is being stored in shipping containers on-site waiting for disposal at a licensed off-site waste facility. Empirical data gathered to date supports the conclusion that Strontium-90 and Cesium-137 and other radionuclides, unlike tritium, which is very similar in molecular structure to water, are not transported across the site by groundwater.Source: Entergy Nuclear Vermont Yankee. Vernon, VT/October 11, 2010last_img read more

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Mexico traffickers ramp up synthetic drug production

first_img MEXICO CITY – Seizures of precursor chemicals for synthetic drugs and raids on drug labs have multiplied in Mexico and Guatemala in recent months, as experts say traffickers are increasingly turning to production. The shift is another sign of the growth of Mexico’s cartels, once known as cocaine traffickers to the United States and now infamous for violent turf wars and trafficking drugs to Australia or Africa, human trafficking and extortion. In Mexico, many synthetic drug laboratories have been discovered in western Pacific coast states, where there has also been a sharp rise in seizures of precursor chemicals in port cities, mostly on ships from China. “We note a change of direction in the activities of criminal organizations, who are turning to the production of synthetic drugs,” Gen. Ricardo Trevilla Trejo, spokesman for the Mexican army, said recently. Mexican authorities have not published figures on the production of synthetic drugs but say they have uncovered 646 laboratories and seized more than 45 tons of methamphetamines and 13.5 million psychoactive pills since 2006. Between 2001 and 2006, the army discovered only 10 laboratories for producing synthetic drugs. In 2011, authorities also intercepted more than 1,200 tons of precursor chemicals used in drugs such as amphetamines, including monomethylamine, derived from ammonia. Mexican defense officials said the rapid growth of drug labs is partly due to the success of the government’s eradication of marijuana and heroin poppy fields. But authorities also said it was easier to set up a lab than plant a field of drug crops and, most importantly, the profits were greater. “Synthetic drugs represent a very attractive opportunity for criminal organizations because, unlike natural drugs, they can be produced anywhere, once the organization has access to precursor chemicals and a basic knowledge,” said Antonio Mazzitelli, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s regional representative for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. [AFP (Mexico), 02/02/2012; Milenio (Mexico) 29/01/2012] By Dialogo February 03, 2012last_img read more

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Leeds ask Premier League to clarify offside rule after Patrick Bamford’s disallowed goal vs Crystal Palace | Football News

first_img– Advertisement – preview image – Advertisement – 2:59 Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa did not want to comment on the incident after the game – which Leeds went on to lose 4-1 – but the club have now taken it up with the necessary authorities.The implementation of the offside rule by VAR has been a bone of contention in the Premier League this season, with Liverpool asking the league to investigate after Jordan Henderson’s late winner against Everton was ruled out last month.Eze stars as Palace put four past LeedsCrystal Palace are eighth in the Premier League after Ebere Eze inspired them to a fine 4-1 win over Leeds United at Selhurst Park on Saturday.- Advertisement – It was a case of deja-vu for Leeds, on the wrong end of a 4-1 defeat having lost by the same scoreline to Leicester last Monday despite dominating possession. Bielsa’s side were ultimately well beaten by a much-improved Palace, although they were justifiably aggrieved at a Patrick Bamford ‘goal’ being disallowed at 1-0. Leeds have asked the Premier League and the referees’ body PGMOL to clarify the offside rule following Patrick Bamford’s controversially disallowed goal against Crystal Palace on Saturday.Bamford thought he had equalised for Leeds in the first half at Selhurst Park when he flicked the ball over Vicente Guaita, but VAR ruled out the strike for a marginal offside.- Advertisement – Scott Dann’s first strike since December 2017 gave Palace an early lead (12), as the centre-back rose to head beyond Illan Meslier from Eze’s corner. Eze, making only his fourth league start since his £19.5m switch from QPR last summer, then produced a brilliant free-kick to extend Palace’s lead (22).That came after Bamford had seen an equaliser ruled out for offside by VAR, but the Leeds striker thrashed in his seventh Premier League goal of the season to reduce the arrears (27).Helder Costa inadvertently stabbed Patrick Van Aanholt’s cross past Meslier at his near post prior to the break (42) before Jordan Ayew sealed the victory with a cool finish from Wilfried Zaha’s pass (70).The result leaves Leeds in 15th place. FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Crystal Palace’s win over Leeds in the Premier Leaguelast_img read more

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Cooperation of Economy and Higher Education – Uniline awarded scholarships to students

first_imgCooperation between the economy and higher education, as well as dual education should be an imperative in education. And Uniline and VERN are definitely on that track.After winning Uniline scholarships in December within the competition “Program to encourage the education of staff in the hospitality and tourism in 2017”, conducted by the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia, students of VERN ‘Polytechnic Ivoni Kulaš i Ani Shokman scholarship agreements were handed over at VERN’s premises.Boris Žgomba, President of the Management Board of Uniline and prof. dr. sc. Vlatko Cvrtila, Dean of VERN ‘Polytechnic. “In order for Croatian tourism to continue to develop successfully, more and more knowledge is needed. Uniline has always supported ambitious young people and many have recognized Uniline as a place where they will build a career, gain experience and contribute to the development of the company’s business with their knowledge. We hope that by providing scholarships to these young girls and symbolically opening the opportunity for young generations to discover the many opportunities offered by tourism, one of the most propulsive Croatian industries, full of knowledge and self-confidence. The expertise and energy they have on the one hand and our rich experience on the other hand, are a winning combination for Uniline to enter a new development dimension of its business.”, pointed out Boris Žgomba, President of the Management Board of Uniiline, the leading destination management company in Croatia and the region.Photo: UnilineAs a higher education institution that promotes cooperation between education and the real business sector, as a necessary prerequisite for economic development, VERN Polytechnic with the destination management company Uniline has been successfully cooperating for many years, on the implementation of mandatory student internships and Dean of VERN, prof. dr. sc. Vlatko Cvrtila added: “Such projects strengthen cooperation between higher education and the labor market. So far, VERN ‘and Uniline have worked very well together to educate students for the labor market and scholarships for the best students are just another form of collaboration through which we can help young generations profile themselves for successful careers in one of the most propulsive industries. Congratulations to the scholarship winners and I believe that they will make the best use of this opportunity for their professional development” Cvrtila points out.VERN students have been selected as the best among many candidates in the Uniline scholarship competition, which is funded in equal shares by the Ministry of Tourism. They won the ranking on the basis of their academic success so far, knowledge of foreign languages, computer skills, developed organizational and communication skills, self-initiative and perseverance. “We thank VERN for the professional knowledge we have gained so far in the undergraduate study of Tourism and opportunities for academic development, and Uniline for recognizing our academic results and achievements in the profession.”, stated the scholarship winners.last_img read more

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Agents search as rents keep on rising

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Millions ordered into lockdown in India over virus fears

first_img‘We are at war’ Modi also urged Indians to thank medical workers and other emergency personnel by clapping or banging pots and pans for five minutes at 5:00 pm — and many in the cities responded with enthusiasm.Neighborhoods silent during the curfew burst into life as the sounds of clapping, cookware being hit and the bellow of conch shells — an auspicious Hindu ritual — filled the air from people’s balconies.”The enemy is there, invisible and elusive… We are trying to defeat it. We are at war, a public health war certainly,” schoolteacher Sumita Dutta told AFP in Kolkata as she clapped her hands in front of her home.South Asia is the world’s most densely populated region, while India has an overburdened public health system that suffers from a lack of doctors and hospitalExperts warn that the country would not escape the highly infectious disease.”We are in for a very long fight,” warned virologist Shahid Jameel of biomedical research charity Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance.In Mumbai’s Dharavi, one of the world’s biggest slums, residents said there was growing fears about the virus.”We live by adjusting with each other in small confined spaces. But now we are not allowed to step out at all and police officials are enforcing it strictly. So it’s a challenging situation,” Raju Shaikh told AFP. “The people of this country have announced it today that we can take on and defeat as  big a challenge as possible if we decide.”Normally bustling streets in the capital New Delhi and financial hub of Mumbai were mostly deserted as many people stayed indoors. ‘Stay at home’  As the curfew drew to a close with authorities hailing its success, the government appealed to states late Sunday to impose mandatory lockdowns on virus-affected districts.A growing number of states and territories, including the capital New Delhi, heeded the call Sunday and banned all activity except for essential services.Delhi, with a population of almost 20 million, will seal its land borders from early Monday, shut shops and private sector offices until March 31.Other states imposed partial or full lockdowns, with many closing borders, restricting movement and halting most public transport.Some, like West Bengal with a population of more than 90 million, locked down major cities but not rural areas.Indian Railways, one of the world’s biggest networks, Sunday cancelled all services except suburban and goods trains until March 31.Incoming international flights were already barred for a week, while schools, entertainment facilities and monuments such as the iconic Taj Mahal have been shut.The curfew — seen as a rehearsal for longer lockdowns — came as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in India surged past 360, with seven deaths.Experts say a lack of testing could be hiding the true scale of the health crisis in the country.Testing for the virus on Saturday was expanded to private laboratories and will now include asymptomatic people who had contact with confirmed cases.center_img Hundreds of millions of Indians were ordered into partial or full lockdowns Sunday as the nation stepped up its measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic.The raft of state shutdown measures came as the country of 1.3 billion people, the world’s second-most populous nation, observed a 14-hour voluntary curfew on Sunday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi said would test the country’s ability to fight the pandemic.”This is the start of a long fight,” Modi tweeted Sunday as the curfew came to an end. Topics :last_img read more

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Arsenal complete first summer signing as Gabriel Martinelli joins from Ituano

first_img Read More Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More / 1/1 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Skip Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 2 Jul 2019 2:41 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link523Shares Full Screen Top articles Advertisement PLAY by Metro Read More Video Settings 1 min. story SPONSORED Coming Next Read More Advertisement Skip Ad 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‘I model my game on Cristiano Ronaldo, he is a player who works hard, pushing himself to the next level,’ Gabriel told Arsenal’s official website.‘Always in the run for titles and individual trophies. Arsenal complete first summer signing as Gabriel Martinelli joins from Ituano Arsenal have signed Brazilian forward Gabriel Martinelli (Getty Images)Arsenal have completed the signing of Brazilian forward Gabriel Martinelli from Ituano Futebol Clube.The 18-year-old scored 10 goals in 34 appearances for the Sao Paulo-based club before signing a long-term deal with the Gunners.Gabriel will be part of Arsenal’s pre-season plans and could feature during their tour of the United States this summer.Arsenal have not yet confirmed whether Gabriel will be loaned out ahead of the new season.ADVERTISEMENT Comment About Connatix V67539 Martinelli will join up with Arsenal’s first team for pre-season training (Getty Images)‘It is a dream since I was a child and also my family’s dream for me to be playing in Europe and playing for a big team like Arsenal. I am going to take this opportunity.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I am a player who gives his all at all times, I play as a team and always looking to win games and win trophies.’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 Arsenallast_img read more

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