Mikel Arteta warns Arsenal squad about Manchester United’s counter-attacks Advertisement Advertisement Mikel Arteta is seeking his first win as Arsenal boss (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has urged his squad not to repeat the same mistakes they made against Chelsea when they face Manchester United tonight.The Gunners host the Red Devils at the Emirates as they seek their first win under the Spaniard.Arsenal earned a spirited draw in their first game under Arteta with a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth and they were minutes away from a win against Chelsea in the last game of 2019.However, a Bernd Leno mistake followed by a Tammy Abraham winner on the counter-attack consigned the Gunners to another defeat.ADVERTISEMENT United are unbeaten against their top six rivals so far this season (Picture: Getty)United’s success this season against the top sides has been due to their ability on the counter-attack and Arteta has warned his side they can’t afford get caught out again.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘The second goal that we conceded [against Chelsea] was in a transition where we had a bad structure and organisation when defending big spaces with equal numbers,’ said Arteta.‘We made one half-bad decision and these things are similar, with space they [United] can punish you for sure.’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 errorsArsenal played well for the majority of their defeat to Chelsea and limited the Blues to few chances before succumbing in the final minutes.The opening weeks of a manager’s reign are always important as it’s their time to implement new ideas and Arteta admits he’s worried that without a win his ideas will not be transmitted to the squad.‘That’s my worry now,’ said he said. “I hope that the result doesn’t affect them too much. They were all physically blown and disappointed in how the game ended because they didn’t feel that they deserved that, but we have to move on.‘We have another game and it’s a big one as well. They have to respond and this is the challenge now.’MORE: Frank Lampard says Wilfried Zaha is not in Chelsea’s January transfer plans Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 1 Jan 2020 5:39 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.6kShares Comment
Judi and Trevor Bosel are loving life at Palm Lake Resort Toowomba and are looking forward to all the new facilities that their new neighbour resort will bring.PALM Lake Resort Toowoomba is getting a new neighbour and residents Trevor and Judi Bosel couldn’t be happier.The Bosel’s moved into the resort almost five years ago, and while they said they absolutely love the facilities, they are also very excited about the additional benefits that a new resort next door will bring.“We are looking forward to the new tennis courts, a tenpin bowling alley, golf simulator, sauna and outdoor infinity pool,” Mrs Bosel said.“The new lawn bowls clubhouse and eight-rink championship lawn bowls green were officially opened over Easter and we’re looking forward to the completion of the other beautiful clubhouse.”An artist impression of facilities at the new Palm Lake Resort Toowomba Pinnacle.Palm Lake Resort Toowoomba Pinnacle is a new $100 million resort being built right next to the existing Palm Lake Resort.When complete Pinnacle will include 322 homes and its own set of facilities that residents from both resorts can use.Mrs Bosel is the president of the resort’s Social Club, organising up to 10 activities for residents per month.She said she loved the active community, the sense of family and the ability to keep active with friends.“We have a very active community up here,” Mrs Bosel said, “It’s a happy, wonderful group of people.”“It would be a rare neighbourhood in suburbia to provide a similar sense of family.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago“And with many of our children in distant places or very busy with their own lives, that becomes even more important.”A display home at Palm Lake Resort Toowomba.Mr Bosel said they also loved that the resort actually helped them continue with their adventuring lifestyle.“We really want to continue to travel and that’s the beauty of Palm Lake Resort — we all look after one another’s mail and gardens when someone is away and when we’re home, our caravan is safe and secure in the storage compound,” he said.The Bosel’s recently spent six months travelling through South Australia in their caravan with three other couples from the resort in convoy.“We have the most marvellous network of friends here at Palm Lake Resort,” Mrs Bosel said, “And we have had all the facilities we would ever need, but soon we will have Palm Lake Resort Toowoomba Pinnacle’s new facilities as well.”Mr Bosel, a former tennis coach said the resort’s lawn bowls facility was a big drawcard for him and he was also looking forward to having a game of tennis on Pinnacle’s court when it opened.The Bosel’s decided to move into Palm Lake Resort when Mr Bosel had a health scare while on an extended around Australia adventure.With some of Mrs Bosel’s family already in Toowoomba, the deal was sealed by the resort’s fine print.“We pay no entry fees or exit fees and if we sell, we get to keep all our profit,” Mrs Bosel said.“We know people in other resorts who don’t get anywhere near those kinds of benefits, Palm Lake Resort offers an outstanding business model.”
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Batesville, In. — Batesville-based New Horizons Rehabilitation, Inc. is celebrating 50 years of serving the southeastern Indiana region this week. The organization provides individual services for developmentally disabled residents so they lead a full and satisfying life.Specifically, programs like Community Connections, Community Employment Services, Industrial Work Services and Life Skills give their clients the tools to enrich their lives. Hands-on opportunities like the Friendly Bean Café give clients the chance to develop work skills in a safe, inclusive environment while interacting with others and building relationships.The Friendly Bean Café is located at 150 Mary Street in Lawrenceburg and is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The café offers lunch specials, sandwiches and salads using quality ingredients at reasonable prices.New Horizons Rehabilitation serves nearly 300 clients and employs about 190 people.
Neal’s Funeral Home306 S Walnut St.Osgood, IN 47037812-689-4262Thomas Eugene Smith, age 59 of Westport, Indiana, passed away quietly at his home early Tuesday morning October 9, 2018. His brother Tim and other family members were at his side. He was born on December 24, 1958 in Milan, Indiana. He was the loving son of the late Ernest Charles and Laura Duncan Smith. He was raised with his four brothers and four sisters and had attended Moores Hill High School.His family pleasantly described Tom as a dreamer! He loved to tell ghost stories along with many other stories. He loved joking with his family and friends and also loved to tinker with electronics. Before Tom became ill, he had been employed at GECOM in Greensburg.Tom will be sadly missed by three brothers: Mike Smith of Shelbyville, Ronald (Tracy) Smith of Napoleon, and Timothy Smith of Westport. Also surviving are three sisters: Kathy Popp of Dillsboro, Terri Sims of Batesville and Cindy (Richard) Byrd of Osgood. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother Kenneth Smith and one sister Nancy McAdams.Services will be held all in one day, Monday, October 15, 2018 at Neal’s Funeral Home from 1:00 pm until the time of the funeral, which will be at 2:00 pm. Burial will be at Cravens Cemetery near Milan, Indiana. Memorial donations may go to the family.www.nealsfuneralhome.net
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Jeanette E. (Huntington) Thayer age 78 of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, entered this life on Friday, April 4, 1941 in Ripley County, Indiana and passed away from this life on Saturday, January 11, 2020. She was the loving daughter of the late Russell “Ping” and Emma (Whisman) Huntington. She was raised in Friendship, Indiana, where she was a 1959 graduate of Cross Plains High School. Jeanette was united in marriage on October 13th, 1962 to the late Delmer W. Thayer. This happy union was blessed with 3 sons: Darren, Darrell and Derrick Thayer, and daughter Lynnette Young. Jeanette was employed at Fernald, owned J-Del catering business, past member of the Farm Club and a homemaker. She enjoyed sewing, word searches, spending time with family and friends, especially her grandchildren.Those surviving who will cherish Jeanette’s memory include her sons, Darren (LaDessia) Thayer of Dillsboro, Darrell (Kathy) Thayer of Lawrenceburg, and Derrick Thayer of Dillsboro, daughter Lynnette Young (David Swingle) of Versailles; her grandchildren, Brendon, Alyssa, Reese, Jacob and Samuel; her brothers Russell “Bud” (Brenda) Huntington of Versailles and Eric (Sue) Huntington of Versailles, her nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband.A service celebrating her life will be held at 7 PM Thursday, January 16, 2020 at Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home in Dillsboro with Chaplin Mike Hill officiating. Family and friends may call 5-7 PM Thursday, January 16 also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given in honor of Jeanette to Margaret Mary Hospice or Donor’s Choice. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 12887 Lenover Street, Box 146, Dillsboro, IN 47018, (812)432-5480. You may go to www.filterdevriesmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
RelatedPosts Israel Adesanya retains UFC title Israel Adesanya in tears on UFC debut UFC: Israel Adesanya plans 42-year-old man fight New UFC middleweight champion, Israel Adesanya, believes he will eventually see former champ Robert Whitaker in the Octagon again one day. Despite knocking Whittaker out in devastating fashion in the second round of their UFC 243 main event fight, Adesanya doesn’t believe it will be the last time he meets Whittaker in the cage.“The Last Stylebender” spoke to reporters at the UFC 243 post-fight press conference and said he expects to eventually have a rematch with “The Reaper.”“I told (Whittaker) in the Octagon, ‘I’ll see you again,’” Adesanya said.The new champ said the had an emotional exchange with his rival inside the Octagon, giving the former champion praise despite some pre-fight trash talk between the two.Adesanya said: “I said, ‘I’m greater than I think I am’ cause that was my alarm for the last 12 weeks when I wake up. It says ‘UFC 243 be greater than you think you are.’ Because he said, ‘That Israel fella, he’s not as good as he thinks he is.’ So I said, ‘You don’t know how I think I am. I’m great. You don’t know me.’ So for someone to tell me how to be me, it’s not personal but I just used it as like a little fuel.“So I told him, ‘I’m greater than I think I am and so are you.’ I said I’ll see him again, definitely. He’ll definitely work his way up. I said, ‘Probably in two fights I’ll see you again.’”For now, Adesanya seems destined for a fight against top-ranked contender Paulo Costa, who has exchanged some choice words with the new champ on social media. As for Whittaker, the former champ will need to bounce back in his next fight with a win to get back in the thick of things. But like Adesanya said, Whittaker is not that far away from getting another title shot in the UFC middleweight division.“Robert’s a beast,” Adesanya said.Tags: Israel AdesanyaPaulo CostaRobert Whitaker
Hull captain Robert Koren believes respect is key to ensuring the renaming row between owner Assem Allam and supporters does not impact on-field events. Press Association Allam has swept aside fan groups who have petitioned him to reconsider the rebranding process and a formal application is now with the Football Association, which has promised to consult supporters before deciding whether to sign off the change. Home matches could feasibly become the battleground for Allam’s opponents to make their point, and Koren is keen for calm heads to prevail. “I just think everyone needs to respect each other,” said the Slovenian. “The people (at the FA Council) need to make a decision now and they will make a decision. But at the end of the day, we are players and need to do our jobs on the field. “We are just hoping the fans support us and do the right things, as they have been doing so far, on the side of the field to give us this extra lift and energy. That always matters. “The fans are doing a great job and we are pleased with that. It’s easier for everybody.” Allam’s controversial proposal to replace the traditional Hull City AFC title with his preferred moniker of ‘Hull Tigers’ has proved the major talking point of the season at the KC Stadium. That is no mean feat considering manager Steve Bruce has steered an unfancied side to mid-table and overseen victories over the likes of Liverpool and Newcastle.
The latter recently said they had inherited a “difficult financial situation”, highlighted by the £7.1 million loss shown in Southampton’s annual accounts for the year ending June 30, 2013. The club also have £27million in oustanding transfer fees and, while £22million of that is due this summer, Krueger insists there is no need to sell. “We feel very comfortable that we have a plan that can deal with the situation and we are definitely not factoring in a big player sale,” he said. “We’re pretty sure that there are no more surprises and that being the case, we feel comfortable that we’re going to be good. And that we will be able to keep this group together.” Key players like Luke Shaw, Adam Lallana and Morgan Schneiderlin have been linked with a move away as has manager Mauricio Pochettino, but Krueger remains calm about the summer ahead. “The first thing I’d say about Mauricio is that he took his time at Espanyol [where he managed for four years], which was really important,” the Southampton chairman told the Guardian. “What really great managers do is stay in one spot until they cannot evolve there any more. “If you see managers go one year, one year, one year and then, suddenly, they are in a top league, they don’t have the foundation, possibly, to do the job. Mauricio has very carefully planned his career. “Right now, the only thing I can say, whether we speak about Mauricio or the players, is that what we have here is very good and we are doing everything in our power to keep this group together. “We are going to create a culture that this is just an excellent organisation to be a part of at all levels. “Whatever the dynamics of football or the situations that can evolve outside of Southampton do to us as we move forward, we will just keep moving forward. But there has been no talk of selling anything.” Krueger heads a recently-formed board comprised of owner Katharina Liebherr, chief executive officer Gareth Rogers and business lawyer Hans Hofstetter. The vultures may be circling overhead but Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger insists the south-coast club are doing everything in their power to “keep this group together”. Saints’ attractive, possession-based style and focus on home-grown talent has led to praise from many admirers from across Europe. Just three years on from playing in League One, the club are on course for a comfortable top-half Barclays Premier League finish but fears are mounting that the team could be broken up this summer. Press Association