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Wright can’t understand Ceballos not starting for Arsenal

first_imgArsenal manager Unai Emery has faced criticism from club legend Ian Wright, with questions asked of the decision not to start Dani Ceballos at Sheffield United and the ongoing snub of Mesut Ozil.The Gunners headed to Bramall Lane on Monday looking to stretch an eight-game unbeaten run and climb back into third spot in the Premier League table.They failed on both counts, with a disappointing 1-0 defeat seeing all too familiar struggles on the road resurface . Article continues below Editors’ Picks Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Are Chelsea this season’s Ajax? Super-subs Batshuayi & Pulisic show Blues can dare to dream Time for another transfer? Giroud’s Chelsea spell set to end like his Arsenal career Wright believes that Emery got several selection calls wrong, with it difficult to explain why the creativity of Real Madrid loanee Ceballos was left on the bench until half-time.The former Arsenal striker is also struggling to understand why so much pressure is being piled on teenage winger Bukayo Saka when the Gunners have a World Cup winner in Ozil available to them.Wright told Premier League Productions : “I think he’s [Emery] got to come here and Ceballos has to play. He’s played the youngsters and I’m pleased to see them in there, with Saka.“But Saka, for an 18-year-old, if you’re leaving Ozil totally out of the squad, then we have to see more from him [Saka], we have to see more from Joe [Willock].“Unfortunately, it was a game where it passed them both by and then it comes down to the manager and his choices.“He’s made the change at half-time, with Ceballos, so you’re thinking to yourself: ‘Why didn’t you start him in the first place?’“Start him. He’s someone that gets on the ball when they want to try and play out, [Matteo] Guendouzi’s got a lot of energy and get the boys playing.“[Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang didn’t have anything to play off because there wasn’t any creativity.”Dani Ceballos ArsenalCeballos did make a positive impact when introduced at the interval, but was unable to swing the contest back in Arsenal’s favour.Wright added when asked if the Spanish schemer made a difference: “Yeah, because he wants to try and get on the ball and he doesn’t mind getting on the ball anywhere to try and do his stuff.“It’s a disappointing one simply because Arsenal could have gone third.“It’s the kind of game where they can lay down a marker and they don’t and it’s unfortunate.”Defeat for Arsenal has left them fifth in the standings but heading into back-to-back home games against Vitoria Guimaraes and Crystal Palace in Europa League and Premier League competition. Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.last_img read more

Gas prices spike

We’re still a couple days away from the Easter long weekend, but drivers’ wallets are already getting drained at the pumps. Gas prices are at near record highs in southern Ontario, and some analysts say by the end of the month we could be paying the highest prices yet. Melissa Raftis has driver reaction.

Existing machine refurbishment another option for Haver and Boecker customers

first_imgHaver & Boecker has announced the addition of a refurbishment program to its breadth of services and equipment for the mining and aggregate industries. “The new program gives customers the opportunity to save as much as 40% over buying new while having the assurance that their refurbished machines will operate at peak capacity.”“As an industry leader, we offer our customers an array services and upgrades to improve their equipment and add value to their process, which is why we added refurbishment to our circle of offerings,” said Karen Thompson, President of Haver & Boecker Canada. “Providing an assortment of programs and services increases overall savings for our customers and maximum equipment life.”As part of the program, Haver & Boecker’s technicians inspect and document all critical components and parts on a vibrating screen onsite or at the new Haver Service Center in St Catharines, Ontario. Each customer then receives a complete report documenting the specialists’ recommendations. Technicians improve screening performance by implementing necessary upgrades using both new and re-engineered components.Refurbishments can take as little as one week to complete, depending on the scope of the work. They include everything from installing wear liners to replacing the shaft or adding an automatic lubrication system to extend bearing life. Following the refurbishment, Haver & Boecker tests vibrating screens with Tyler’s Pulse vibration analysis service program, which monitors the health of vibrating screens to ensure optimum screening performance and equipment durability. “Once completed, the machine is painted and leaves the Haver Service Center looking brand new.”All refurbishments include a one-year warranty. For more extensive coverage, customers may opt into an asset management program tailored to each operation that includes monthly, quarterly or yearly equipment audits by certified technicians, who work toward increasing equipment lifespan.last_img read more