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Ian Wright tells Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang he ‘deserves better’ than Arsenal

first_img Metro Sport ReporterThursday 12 Mar 2020 3:58 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.2kShares Advertisement Ian Wright tells Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang he ‘deserves better’ than Arsenal Arteta is desperate for Aubameyang to stay (Picture: Getty)Aubameyang was visibly distraught after the Gunners were knocked out of the Europa League following his sensational scissor kick against Olympiacos and Wright admits that he feels sorry for the forward as he ‘deserves’ to be playing in Champions League finals. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘If you can imagine him in a better team then he himself would be winning Premier Leagues and vying for places in Champions League finals and I think he deserves that,’ Wright told Premier League Productions.‘You don’t see him particularly vocal on the pitch [no] pointing and screaming but it’s what he does in respect of his leadership with the goals that he scores.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‘If you take his goals out of that team then they’re in a massive heap of trouble. Arsenal need a few more players to kick in with their form to help him.‘We’re talking about a goalscorer who is scoring at the rate of a Champions League player, a world class goalscorer. ‘We’re talking about the last big contract in his career. I just hope that the love that he has for the club and the fans have for him is enough for him but I wouldn’t want to be in his position because it’s a tough one for him.’MORE: What Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Man Utd squad in dressing room after Man City win Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is considering his Arsenal future (Picture: Getty)Arsenal legend Ian Wright admits Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang faces a difficult decision over his future at the club because he ‘deserves better’ than the Gunners’ current position. The Gabon international has been a revelation in north London since his £57million move from Dortmund and he’s scored an incredible 61 goals in 92 appearances for the club.The 30-year-old has less than 18 months to run on his Arsenal deal and a decision over a new deal is likely to hinge on the Gunners’ form between now and the end of the season, with Champions League qualification believed to be a requirement for the Gabonese. Advertisement Commentlast_img read more

Governor Wolf Announces $75 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 20 Counties

first_imgGovernor Wolf Announces $75 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 20 Counties July 19, 2017 Environment,  Infrastructure,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the investment of $75 million for 23 drinking water, wastewater, storm water and non-point source projects across 20 counties through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).“PENNVEST initiated its new fiscal year of funding by approving loans and grants for a wide variety of water quality improvement projects in all corners of the Commonwealth”, said Governor Wolf. ”These projects and the environmental, economic development and public health benefits that they create will further our collective goal of a cleaner and safer place for our families to enjoy as well as my vision for a better Pennsylvania, both now and for years to come.”The funding comes from a combination of state funds approved by voters, federal grants to PENNVEST from the Environmental Protection Agency and recycled loan repayments from previous PENNVEST funding awards. Funds for the projects are disbursed after bills for work are paid and receipts are submitted to PENNVEST.For more information, visit www.pennvest.pa.gov or call 717-783-6798.MEDIA CONTACT:  Brion Johnson – 717-783-6798A list of project summaries follows.PENNVEST Drinking Water ProjectsBedford CountyBedford Township Municipal Authority received a $3,685,000 loan to eliminate the use of almost 100 drinking water wells, many of which are contaminated, and install four miles of distribution lines and a 522,000 gallon storage tank to provide clean and safe drinking water to the homes currently using these wells.**Clearfield and Jefferson CountiesFalls Creek Borough Municipal Authority received a $2,000,000 loan to construct more than two miles of drinking water transmission line in order to connect to the City of Dubois’ system and thereby provide the authority’s customers with a dependable supply of safe drinking water.**Erie CountyCorry City Municipal Authority received a $11,200,000 loan to construct more than five miles of new drinking water distribution lines and make a variety of other improvements as the first phase of its drinking water system renovation.**Indiana CountyIndiana County Municipal Services Authority received a $5,198,598 loan and a $4,760,402 grant to make a variety of improvements to five different drinking water systems that are operated by the authority in order to ensure the provision of safe drinking water to the residents served by these systems.**Lawrence CountyWampum Borough received a $460,000 loan to construct a supplemental drinking water filtration system that will improve the quality of the drinking water provided to residents, along with related monitoring equipment and a building to house that equipment.Mifflin CountyNewton Hamilton Borough received a $2,789,322 loan and a $1,386,678 grant to eliminate leaks and increase flow by replacing almost three miles of asbestos cement pipe distribution lines with new ten-inch ductile iron pipe as well as make other improvements to the borough’s distribution system.Northampton CountyHillendale on the Delaware, Inc. received a $310,000 loan to construct a building that will house an above ground water storage tank, a disinfection system and booster pumps, as well as make other improvements to its drinking water treatment and distribution system.Tioga CountyUpper Tioga River Regional Authority received a $6,463,664 loan and a $2,455,336 grant to construct a new drinking water distribution system to serve residents of Covington, Putnam and Richmond Townships.**PENNVEST Wastewater ProjectsBedford CountyBedford Township Municipal Authority received a $2,146,210 loan to construct almost four miles of new sewage collection lines as well as a pump station to eliminate malfunctioning on lot systems.**Cambria CountyFranklin Borough received a $668,682 loan and a $612,318 grant to replace about half a mile of deteriorated 100 year-old sewage collection pipe as well as replace 36 house lateral lines. Johnstown City received a $5,580,000 loan to replace more than four miles of sanitary sewer laterals in the Ohio Street and Moxham areas of the city in order to reduce infiltration and inflows of excess water into the city’s sanitary sewer system.  **Johnstown Redevelopment Authority received an $8,134,750 loan to rehabilitate or replace more than two miles of interceptor sewers in the Homerstown/Ohio Street area of Johnstown City. **Centre CountyPotter Township received a $1,677,623 loan and a $1,378,094 grant to construct a 14 thousand gallon per day sewage treatment plant, three and a half miles of new force mains as well as install fifty-seven new septic tanks.Huntingdon CountyMapleton Area Joint Municipal Authority received a $179,576 loan and a $164,440 grant to upgrade its existing sewage treatment system by installing a new clarifier to be used in conjunction with existing clarifiers and also to construct a new pump station.Montour CountyCooper Township Municipal Authority received a $3,146,493 loan and an $861,007 grant to construct more than nine miles of new sewage collection and transmission lines as well as a new pump station.Warren CountyNorth Warren Municipal Authority received a $4,250,000 loan to construct and install a variety of improvements to its existing sewage treatment facility in order to improve the treatment process and the quality of the water it discharges.**Washington CountyChartiers Township received an $875,000 loan to create a new gravity sewage collection system by constructing almost two miles of new collection lines.Wyoming CountyLemon Township & Tunkhannock Joint Municipal Authority received a $642,500 loan to design a new sewage collection and treatment system, including almost 10 miles of low pressure force mains, a 120 thousand gallons per-day treatment plant and other facilities to serve 382 residences in the township.Non-point Source Water Quality Improvement ProjectsClarion CountyArmstrong Conservation District received a $925,754 grant to install a variety of best management practices, including infiltration trenches, vegetated swales, revegetation and reforestation along trails as well as removal of coal refuse.  **Centre CountyTri-Municipal Park received a $107,891 loan and a $215,778 grant to construct vegetated swales, rain gardens and a detention/infiltration basin in order to eliminate storm water runoff into a sinkhole and a nearby stream. **Lancaster CountyChester County Conservation District and Elam King received a $394,520 grant to install a new manure storage structure, animal walkways, roof gutters and downspouts and other facilities in order to reduce storm water runoff and nutrients from entering the nearby stream. **Snyder CountyMiddleburg Borough received a $978,500 grant to construct almost a mile of new storm sewers, 32 storm sewer inlets, and 1,400 feet of drainage swales.York CountyYork County Rail Trail Authority received a $950,000 grant to construct a 1.2 mile section of new trail and an on-site infiltration system in order to enhance the naturally occurring riparian buffer on the adjacent portion of Codorus Creek. **** denotes funding is sourced from the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (DWSRF) or Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund (CWSRF)# # # SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Photos: Dodger Stadium improvements on track for opener

first_img Morning Wrap: Full coverage from Lakers-Clippers thriller; Angels, Dodgers going in different directions; Whicker pays tribute to legendary Mike Gillespie Photos: Find your face (or your pup’s) amid fan cutouts at Dodger Stadium When the first pitch is thrown out on March 26, opening day at Dodger Stadium, David Price and Mookie Betts will only be two new additions at Dodger Stadium.If all goes according to plan, fans will also be treated to some long-awaited improvements to the stadium itself.PreviousDodgers Vice President Janet Marie Smith, right, shows off the $100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium to Mookie Betts and David Price. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)$100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium which will include five elevators and four escalators and should make it easier for fans to get to various locations at the stadium. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsCenterfield: New rendering of the Dodger Stadium improvements, as the club continues to enhance the fan experience at the Majors’ third-oldest ballpark with modern and fan-friendly amenities.  (Courtesy Los Angeles Dodgers)$100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium which will include five elevators and four escalators and should make it easier for fans to get to various locations at the stadium. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Centerfield Plaza: New rendering of the Dodger Stadium improvements, as the club continues to enhance the fan experience at the Majors’ third-oldest ballpark with modern and fan-friendly amenities.  (Courtesy Los Angeles Dodgers)$100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium which will include five elevators and four escalators and should make it easier for fans to get to various locations at the stadium. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Batters Eye: New rendering of the Dodger Stadium improvements, as the club continues to enhance the fan experience at the Majors’ third-oldest ballpark with modern and fan-friendly amenities.  (Courtesy Los Angeles Dodgers)$100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium which will include five elevators and four escalators and should make it easier for fans to get to various locations at the stadium. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)$100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium which will include five elevators and four escalators and should make it easier for fans to get to various locations at the stadium. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)$100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium which will include five elevators and four escalators and should make it easier for fans to get to various locations at the stadium. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Home Run Seats: New rendering of the Dodger Stadium improvements, as the club continues to enhance the fan experience at the Majors’ third-oldest ballpark with modern and fan-friendly amenities.  (Courtesy Los Angeles Dodgers)Sports Bar: New rendering of the Dodger Stadium improvements, as the club continues to enhance the fan experience at the Majors’ third-oldest ballpark with modern and fan-friendly amenities.  (Courtesy Los Angeles Dodgers)Centerfield, Level 3 boardwalk: New rendering of the Dodger Stadium improvements, as the club continues to enhance the fan experience at the Majors’ third-oldest ballpark with modern and fan-friendly amenities.  (Courtesy Los Angeles Dodgers)Dodgers Vice President Janet Marie Smith, left, shows off the $100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium to Mookie Betts and David Price. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Dodgers Vice President Janet Marie Smith, right, shows off the $100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium to Mookie Betts and David Price. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)NextShow Caption1 of 15Dodgers Vice President Janet Marie Smith, right, shows off the $100-million dollar renovations are under way at Dodger stadium to Mookie Betts and David Price. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)ExpandThe $100-million renovations will include a new center-field plaza with upgrades to the outfield pavilions. That will include new food and beverage areas, along with a children’s play area and space for live entertainment. Access to the plaza will be through a new outfield entryway.Honoring the team’s history, a new Sandy Koufax statue will be unveiled. It’s the second statue at Dodger Stadium — Jackie Robinson’s was dedicated in 2017. Both will reside in the center-field plaza, which will also serve as a permanent home for the “Legends of Dodger Baseball” plaques. Also planned:Current center-field speakers will be replaced with a new sound system;Improved access to the stadium will include new elevators and escalators;Seating upgrades will feature better rfesoptions for fans with disabilities and new “home run seats,” in front of existing pavilion seating.Related Articles Morning Wrap: Angels avoid disaster, Dodgers win with the long ball and more … Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error GOING, GOING VIRAL: What they’re saying on social media about Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly As Dodgers Vice President Janet Marie Smith gave newest Dodgers Betts and Price a tour of the construction on Wednesday, Feb, 12, the pair seemed impressed with the additions, especially the new family areas. Both players said family comes first for them.However, after the tour, Price was eager to check out something that will not change at the stadium. He hustled over to the pitcher’s mound to get a quick video of his new home. BUSTED: Social media goes wild again after Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly gets eight-game suspension last_img read more

With focus on D’Angelo Russell’s return, Lakers’ Brook Lopez faces his old team too

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error San Pedro: Pet Pals plan Saturday fund-raiser The center averaged more than 20 points per game six times in his nine-year run with the Nets. He was constantly the subject of trade rumors, and though he might not have been destined to spend his entire career in one place, he certainly put down roots, which has created a bit of a learning curve playing for a new team for the first time. NANCE UPDATEA day after breaking a bone in his left hand, forward Larry Nance Jr. underwent surgery and is expected to miss four-to-six weeks.The surgery to replaced the fractured second metacarpal was performed by Dr. Steven S. Shin.Coach Luke Walton opted to start rookie Kyle Kuzma in Nance’s place. In eight games, Nance averaged 10.6 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game.“I think we’ll be more equipped to handle it right now than we were when we lost Zo in the preseason, we lost Brook in the preseason,” Walton said. “Because we were still trying to put so much stuff in. But obviously Larry’s been so solid for us since the season’s started.”ALSOCenter Andrew Bogut was inactive against the Nets due to tightness in his back. Forward Luol Deng was active for the first time since making an opening night start. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers“It’s been interesting,” said Lopez, who lived in Los Angeles through the second grade. “Being obviously at home helps a lot, having people I love helps the transition.”Lopez is averaging 13.6 points per game. Were that number to hold, it would be his lowest scoring output since his rookie year in 2008-09, when he averaged 13 points.Lopez scored a season-high 27 points in Portland. LOS ANGELES — It was easy to forget on Friday that D’Angelo Russell was not the only player facing a team that had drafted him and made him the face of the franchise.Brook Lopez spent the first nine seasons of his career with the Nets, first in New Jersey and then helping lead the migration to Brooklyn. He was an All-Star in 2013, reached the playoffs twice and last season became a 3-point threat before being traded to the Lakers in exchange for Russell.“I am sure it will be weird,” Lopez said after the loss in Portland on Thursday, “but I always try to prepare for every game the same way. Keep as many things normal and keep the variables down as much as possible.”Related Articles Asked about his former center, Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson described Lopez as a “great guy, incredibly skilled player. Heck of a player, ton of respect for him. I enjoyed being around him every day.”Lopez is in the final season of a maximum contract extension he signed in 2015.From the other side of the floor on Thursday, Lopez looked at a team that has radically transformed even since he last played there. As the franchise welcomed, and then said goodbye to, stars like Joe Johnson, Deron Williams, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, Lopez was a constant.Eventually, the Nets bid him farewell, too.“I always wanted to see a great foundation built there and be a part of that,” Lopez said. “It is tough not being a part of that. I wanted to see something great built there and that didn’t exactly happen.”last_img read more