Nwankwo Kanu gives Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal pass mark

first_img “It’s always difficult when a new manager comes in because you want them (the players) to follow you in whatever you want to do. “Sometimes some players might not understand what you are doing, and if you are lucky, everybody will be in the same direction. “If you look at the games they have played so far, there have been a lot of draws which I think is making the team steady and when he gets things rights, the results will come. “Whoever knows the Premier League knows that every team wants to win. “Knowing where Arsenal are now and where they are coming from, a draw is better than losing games; however, the team must do better.” Read Also:Man City register interest in Arsenal, Barcelona target Upamecano Arsenal take on Newcastle on Sunday, and victory over Steve Bruce’s men will see them overtake Burnley in 10th position. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… However, the two-time African Footballer of the Year has charged the former Man City assistant coach to find a way to get his men to convert draws to wins. Since Arteta took complete reins at the Emirates on Boxing Day last year, the Gunners have only won one Premier League match, a 2-0 defeat of Manchester United. Remarkably, though, Arteta’s men have lost just a single league game since as well, a 2-1 home loss to Frank Lampard’s Chelsea. Five other matches have ended in a draw, with the north Londoners sitting 11th on the log with 31 points from 25 games. While Kanu sees room for improvement, the former Super Eagles skipper is convinced that Arteta should be applauded for bringing stability back to the Arsenal results. “So far, so good, I don’t think he (Arteta) is doing badly. Everybody loves him, and he is trying to organise the team and also impose his own system,” Kanu told Goal.Advertisement Former Arsenal hero, Nwankwo Kanu, has given a pass mark to the club’s current manager Mikel Arteta. Promoted Content10 Of The Best Places Around The World To Go Stargazing7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe90s Stunners Who Still Look GorgeousBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Shows That Went From “Funny” To “Why Am I Watching This”8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee15 Celebs Whose Careers Were Thwarted After One Simple Mistake5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parkslast_img read more

Boys golf Bees get even with F-M Green, win 188-191

first_imgPompo shot 37, with Nate MacGregor stepping up for his best performance of the fall, a 38 to match the total of Glavin, and Petragnani clinching the win with a 39.Earlier in the week, B’ville had displayed this similar quality in a match against Liverpool, prevailing 188-204 over the Warriors as Petragnani went to the forefront with a 35. Glavin and Billy Guild both shot 38, with Pompo getting a 40 as Trey Ordway stepped up, his 42 matching Ianno.In the last week of the regular season, B’ville would meet F-M’s White team at Woodcrest on Wednesday after trying to avenge an earlier defeat to Cicero-North Syracuse Blue on Monday.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: BaldwinsvilleBoys golf A week from now, the Baldwinsville boys golf team will return to Radisson Greens, intent on recapturing the Section III Class AA championship.The Bees will do so with far more confidence thanks to its 188-191 victory over previously undefeated Fayetteville-Manlius Green last Wednesday afternoon at Timber Banks.These teams had first met Aug. 29 at Woodcrest, and F-M Green prevailed 186-195, with both teams on relatively even terms except for the 33 scored by the Hornets’ Enzo Abruzzese.center_img Victor Ianno had scored 36 to lead the Bees, followed by 39s from Aidan Farmer and Alex Pompo. Tanner Glavin had a 40 and Anthony Petragnani added a 41 as, for F-M, Adam Butch had a37, with Velton Perry adding a 38 and 39s from Seth Bailey, Matt LaCombe and Mike Millimaci.. Having not lost since, the Hornets brought its deep roster to the rematch at Timber Banks, where the Bees would counter with its own well-balanced lineup.In the race for individual honors, Farmer shot an even-par 36, which Butch and Matt LaCombe, would match. Yet the Hornets would only have one other sub-40 total, a 39 from Heyman, and B’ville pounced.last_img read more