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AirAsia X under Aussie safety scrutiny

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first_imgAn AIrAsia X A330. AirAsia X has been under heightened surveillance by Australia’s air safety regulator since an Airbus A330 leaving Sydney last year was forced to divert to Melbourne after its crew seriously affected key systems trying to fix a data entry error.Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has confirmed that the Kuala Lumpur-based budget airline has been subject increased ramp checks since the captain inadvertently entered the wrong longitude in the aircraft’s flight navigation system in March last year. The error, outlined in an Australian Transport Safety Bureau report issued last week, placed the Kuala Lumpur-bound aircraft 11,000kms away from its actual location, prompting it to turn the wrong way after taking off and cross the departure path of an adjacent parallel runway.Read: AirAsia X flight 11,000km off courseThe crew did not detect the navigation problem until the plane was airborne and the aircraft was not fitted with an upgraded flight management system that would have prevented the data entry error.Their attempts to fix the problem made matters worse by affecting key flight guidance and control systems.At one point, the captain’s primary display lost all information except airspeed and vertical speed while the first officer’s display showed incorrect heading information and there was no usable map, waypoint of tracking information.The autopilot and autothrust systems were also unavailable and some of the aircraft’s handling characteristics were affected.The mounting problems meant the aircraft could land only in visual conditions and, when bad weather prevented it from doing so in Sydney, air traffic controllers used radar to vector it to Melbourne where the crew were able to land on the second attempt in better weather. A CASA spokeswoman told AirlineRatings.com it was standard policy to review all safety occurrences and incidents involving foreign operators in Australian airspace.She said AirAsia X had been involved in two incidents in the past 18 months, including the one involving the departure from Sydney airport.The second involved loss of separation between an AirAsia A330 and an Airbus A320 on the Gold Coast on July 21 that was still under investigation by the ATSB.“The ramp inspection frequency is determined based on a detailed analysis of the overall safety performance,’’ she said. “This applies to all foreign aircraft operators.’’In the Gold Coast incident, an AirAsia X A330 was departing Gold Coast Airport for Auckland, New Zealand, while the A320 was arriving from Avalon, Victoria. The aircraft were in visual meteorological conditions and each of the flight crews could see the other plane.Air traffic control instructed the A330 to pass behind the A320 and climb but as it climbed both aircraft received a Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) resolution advisory and the controller received a short-term conflict alert.The ATSB found that separation had reduced to about 600ft vertically and 0.35nm (630m) laterally compared to a required separation of 1000ft and 3nm (6km). “Although there was a loss of separation, there was no collision risk as both crews smoothly completed the advisory manoeuvres associated with the TCAS RA,’’ investigators said.The AirAsia group has also been involved in a serious incident in Perth, Western Australia, in February when the pilots of an Indonesia AirAsia flight approaching the airport at night were told to abort their landing because they were 300m too low.AirAsia X has been asked to comment on CASA’s increased scrutiny but is yet to respond. However, last week AirAsia X said it had taken corrective action prior to the publication of the ATSB report to upgrade flight management systems across its fleet.It had also developed a training bulletin and package for flight crew that emphasised correct operation and alignment of air data and inertial reference system and briefed all pilots on an internal review.“We also wish to reiterate that we have in place robust management systems to monitor and prevent similar incidents from reoccurring,’’ it said. “The airline has regularly passed safety and security audits conducted by various international regulators. We remain committed to ensuring our compliance to all safety and security regulations.’’last_img read more

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast — November 30, 2017

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first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ryan Martin 11-30-17Keep the umbrella handy today. A weak cold front moving across the state this afternoon and evening, and we still expect it to trigger some minor precipitation. Right now we have no reason to deviate from our thoughts of a few hundredths to a tenth or two, most of the state will be in the lower part of that range. In fact, if we get just a little lucky, we can escape with just spits and sprinkles in many areas. Still, we are moving coverage up to near 80% of the state getting at least a little wet, and only SW OH has a chance of completely missing out.  There just is not a lot of moisture to work with here. Action is done by midnight tonight, and we should see a decent sunrise in most areas tomorrow morning.Dry weather is back behind the front for tomorrow through the weekend. Most of the state will see that dry weather continue a 4th day on Monday. However, we still see some precipitation threats trying to sneak into far northwest OH. This will come from a warm front moving through WI, northern IL, and MI, and the bulk of the fringe action gets wrung out in northern Indiana Monday morning and midday. But, there is a good chance at least a little bit of it makes it into a 4-8 county area in NW OH, west of Toledo and perhaps as far south as Van Wert. The rest of Ohio will be dry for Monday. Temps will moderate through the weekend and should be nicely above normal Monday, even in areas where it rains.Strong southwest flow pumps plenty of moisture into the second southern low on Monday as it moves across MO and into IL. That part of the system will bring rain to us after midnight Monday night and Tuesday. We continue to look for our best rains in this period, with .25”-.75” over about 70% of the state.Clouds break up overnight Tuesday night, and we should be dry for the balance of the week, Wednesday through Friday. While there is a threat of some lingering moisture still in far southern OH Wednesday, that threat looks to be easing farther south, so coverage may be down to 10% or less of the state currently. We expect Canadian high pressure to nose into the western Corn Belt, and while we never really fall under the influence of that high, we see it blocking any moisture or systems coming in from the west and northwest. Overall, we only see 2 systems in the next 10 days – what we see today, and then Tuesday of next week. The map above shows combined rain potential over the next 10 days.No significant change in the extended forecast period this morning, except to push back our next system just a bit – about 12-18 hours or so. We now have a weak upper level circulation moving into the great lakes closer to the 10th, but it has potential of only a few hundredths to a tenth or two. The rest of the period looks mostly dry, but colder. Northwest flow will keep temps closer to and below normal as we move toward midmonth.last_img read more

India Vs S Africa Test series begins

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Oltmans eager to test new style in Azlan Shah Cup

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first_imgBengaluru, April 11 (PTI) Indias chief coach Roelant Oltmans today said the upcoming Sultan Azlan Shah Cup mens hockey tournament will be a platform for the team to test its new methods ahead of this years big ticket events. Oltmans said India will be using the Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia to test its bench strength and style of play ahead of this years important tournaments like the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final in London, HWL Final in Bhubaneswar and Asia Cup in Dhaka. “This (Azlan Shah Cup) is not the most important tournaments for us. The most important thing for us in this tournament will be to showcase (our potential). We are trying to introduce a new style of play before we embark on big tournaments, including the Hockey World League and Asia Cup,” the Dutchman told reporters after announcing the squad at the Sports Authority of India here today. India today named an experimental 18-member squad for the Azlan Shah Cup to be held in Ipoh from April 27 to May 6. The squad to be led by ace goalkeeper PR Sreejesh includes six players from last years Junior World Cup-winning side out of which four will make their senior debut in Azlan Shah Cup. Defender Gurinder Singh, midfielders Sumit and Manpreet will make their senior debut in the tournament, while dragflicker Harmanpreet Singh, Harjeet Singh and Mandeep Singh were other members of the World Cup-winning junior team who have already played for the senior side. Goalkeeper Suraj Karkera, who represented the junior side at the England Tour, EurAsia Cup 2016 and four-nation tournament in Valencia last year, is another player who will make his senior debut in Azlan Shah Cup. Oltmans said India will focus more on its forwar?dline in the Azlan Shah Cup. “We are practising very hard. We want to score more and more goals. Winning a medal for the country is all about scoring goals and to execute this plan we need more goal- scoring players like Affan Yousuf,” he said. Asked, who he considers to be the underdogs in the tournament, Oltmans said: “Japan has not played any international matches and it is difficult to know who are the underdogs. Also, there is England who did not have very good outing last year. They will be eager to perform better. So, let us wait and watch.” PTI BDN SSC SSCadvertisementlast_img read more

a month agoRobert Pires urges patience from Arsenal fans for Nicolas Pepe

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first_imgRobert Pires urges patience from Arsenal fans for Nicolas Pepeby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveRobert Pires has called for patience from Arsenal fans with Nicolas Pepe.Gunners legend Pires says the club’s record signing needs time to adaptThe Frenchman told Reuters: “With Lille, he was fantastic. Last season he was one of the best players, he scored 21 or 22 goals. He’s a great player.”Now he’s playing for Arsenal in the Premier League and he needs to adapt. It’s so difficult, very tough. So I want to say to the fans you need to be patient with Pepe.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

20 days agoBurnley boss Dyche sympathy for Everton over red card

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first_imgBurnley boss Dyche sympathy for Everton over red cardby Paul Vegas20 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBurnley boss Sean Dyche had sympathy for Everton over their red card during the Clarets’ win.Seamus Coleman saw red for the visitors early in the second half following a barge on Dwight McNeil, which followed an accidental, but reckless first half challenge that ultimately forced Erik Pieters out of the game.“Erik is ok, we think,” said Dyche. “I don’t think Seamus Coleman is that type of player, indeed I don’t think there are too many of that type around anymore.“But equally, that first challenge is still probably a red card. On reflection, when you see it, it doesn’t look a good tackle, and even though he hasn’t meant it, the referee’s role is not to decide if it’s an accident, but whether it’s dangerous.“I like a tackle, but once he’s got the yellow for the first, I think the red for the second is inevitable.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Supreme Court will hear appeal of newtrial decision in Cindy Gladue case

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first_imgOTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear an appeal in the case of an Ontario trucker who was acquitted in the death of an Indigenous woman in an Edmonton motel room.In March 2015, Bradley Barton was found not guilty by a jury in the death of Cindy Gladue, a sex-trade worker whose body was found in a bathtub. Gladue bled to death after a night of what Barton called consensual rough sex.Barton, who called the fatal injury accidental, was acquitted of both murder and manslaughter.The Alberta Court of Appeal ordered a new trial. It ruled that serious errors were made during the trial and in the judge’s charge to the jury about Barton’s conduct and the sexual assault law as it pertains to consent.That decision — the one that will now be appealed before the high court — said the errors affected the jury’s ability to properly assess the evidence and apply the law correctly.“Despite our society’s recognition of individual autonomy and equality, there still remains an undeniable need for judges to ensure that the criminal law is not tainted by pernicious and unfair assumptions, whether about women, Aboriginal people, or sex-trade workers,” said the written ruling from the Appeal Court.“Failing to meet that need can undermine the jurors’ ability to apply the law objectively and correctly. Regrettably, in this case, the jury charge was deficient in all these respects.”As usual in rulings on leaves to appeal, the Supreme Court gave no reasons for deciding to hear the case.Barton’s trial heard that he hired Gladue for two nights of sex in June 2011. He testified that during both nights he put his fist in her vagina, but on the second night she started bleeding.Barton said when he woke up the next morning he found her dead in the motel room bathtub and called 911.A medical examiner testified that an 11-centimetre cut in Gladue’s vaginal wall was caused by a sharp object.The controversial acquittal sparked an outcry and demonstrations in several cities.Barton’s Edmonton defence lawyer Dino Bottos said the Supreme Court now has a chance to clarify the law surrounding consent.“The #MeToo movement is calling for robust and perhaps wholesale changes to the law of consent in the context of sexual assault. The defence bar across the country is saying the law, as it is, strikes the right balance and there’s no change necessary,” Bottos said.“This represents the Supreme Court of Canada’s opportunity to weigh in on that and to say … whether some tinkering of the law is required.”Julie Kaye, research adviser for the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women, said the decision to hear the appeal is “disheartening.”Kaye said the Supreme Court has already issued a number of rulings on consent and recognized racism and discrimination toward Indigenous women at criminal trials. The appeal means the Gladue family’s pain over her death will be prolonged, she said.“To put the family through another long process and to leave things up in the air for the Indigenous community when there is that body of evidence is difficult to take.”Lise Gotell, who chairs the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF), said the ruling is disappointing because the organization believes the Alberta Appeal Court “got it right.”“This is a case that has critical implications for women’s rights to bodily autonomy and also the rights of Indigenous women. And it was especially disappointing that this decision to grant leave would come on International Women’s Day.”Bottos expects the high court will hear the appeal either late this year or early 2019.— By Ken Trimble in Edmontonlast_img read more

Why Are The New York Giants This Good

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The New York Giants are not a particularly good football team — at least going by most surface-level analysis that goes beyond their win-loss record.Before defeating the Detroit Lions 17-6 on Sunday, the Giants ranked 27th in yardage offense, 14th in yardage defense, average in takeaways and pass rush, and were outscoring opponents by less than a point per game and had a minus-five turnover differential. Quarterback Eli Manning was the NFL’s 22nd-rated passer, and the running game had the third-fewest yards in the league.After their impressive win over the Lions, though, the Giants are 8-1 in their last nine games — including their second of two wins over the Dallas Cowboys, the NFC’s current No. 1 seed. If the Giants aren’t better than average-to-middling at passing the ball, running the ball, stopping other teams from gaining yards or making disruptive plays, how are they winning all these games?The short answer: Their defense is built to stop modern NFL offenses.In today’s NFL, short passes have replaced power runs as a NFL offense’s bread and butter. Per ESPN Stats & Information Group, 66.7 percent of this season’s pass attempts — and 38.8 percent of all offensive snaps — have been throws that traveled less than 10 yards beyond the line of scrimmage.As Neil Paine wrote for FiveThirtyEight back in 2014, the Giants’ offensive coaches were targeting a 70 percent completion rate for Manning in the 2014-15 season. He didn’t come close (63.1 percent), but what seemed like a historically high target in 2014 is today a plain reality: Both Minnesota’s Sam Bradford and New Orleans’ Drew Brees have completed more than 70 percent of their passes on the season so far, and several more are within striking distance.With a leaguewide average completion rate of 63.1 percent, per Pro Football Reference, the coaches’ canard about the three things that can happen when you throw the ball has been upended: Now the one good thing happens nearly two out of three times.The Lions are a useful example: Over the past season and a half, Matthew Stafford has been one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the league, largely on the strength of short passes under new offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter. On the season, 47.7 percent of the Lions’ passes have been thrown less than five yards beyond the line of scrimmage, which ranks ninth in the NFL. Detroit runs the ball less than any other team but the Cleveland Browns, per Pro Football Reference, and came into Week 15 as the league leader in both average plays per drive and average length of drive. It’s a Woody Hayes-approved three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust offense, except when Stafford drops back it’s 7.4 yards and the cloud is a vapor trail.But in Week 15 he ran into the New York Giants.Stafford quickly discovered his array of screens to backs, tight ends and receivers weren’t going anywhere, as New York sniffed them out and schemed them away. Though pass rushers Olivier Vernon and Jason Pierre-Paul have drawn well-deserved attention for their work up front, it’s the back seven’s outstanding coverage that has suffocated pass-happy offenses such as the Lions’. On Sunday, the Giants defensive backs flew to the ball and wrapped up: Safety Landon Collins, corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, corner Eli Apple and safety Andrew Adams each were among the leaders in solo tackles for the day.The Lions abandoned the short pass and tried to establish the run. It didn’t work.Per Tim Twentyman of the team’s official site, nine first-down runs by the Lions gained a total of just 19 yards. And while Stafford has thrown nearly half of his attempts less than five yards beyond the line of scrimmage this season, against the Giants that figure was just 35.9 percent.Forced to throw fewer, deeper passes, Stafford’s effectiveness numbers were down across the board: He completed just 61.5 percent of his passes, per ESPN.com, posted an NFL passer efficiency rating of 71.8 and a QBR of 69.2. These numbers were all down from his season averages to that point of 66.7 percent completion rate, 97.8 rating and 72.5 QBR. His usual method of moving the chains denied, a quarterback under serious MVP consideration led his team to just two field goals.Over the course of the season, the Giants defense has allowed the second-lowest completion rate, and second-lowest passer efficiency rating, of any in the league, per Pro Football Reference.It’s little wonder ball-control teams such as the Lions, the Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles have done so poorly against them. Pass-reliant, hurry-up offenses such as the New Orleans Saints’ haven’t fared well, either; the Saints scored less than half their season average in Week 2.Offenses that go downfield more aggressively and more often, like Washington’s and Pittsburgh’s, have fared better against New York. But it’s impossible to argue with the results: The Giants defense has now allowed an average of just 17.9 points over their first 14 games — and they’re getting trending stingier at the best possible time.Check out our latest NFL predictions. read more

Ezekiel Elliott explodes for 274 yards Ohio State holds on for 3427

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – With No. 1 Ohio State’s offense struggling and the team trailing in the second half, the thought of an upset was very much alive in the minds of the home crowd at Indiana.Running back Ezekiel Elliott was sure to put an end to that talk.The junior rushed for 243 yards in the second half, including touchdown runs of 55, 65 and 75 yards, and the Buckeyes (5-0, 1-0) held off the Hoosiers (4-1, 0-1) in the final seconds to grab a 34-27 victory.“In games like this, big plays are what’s going to spark the team,” Elliott said. “The O-line did a great job blocking, and they made it easy for me.”Redshirt junior wide receiver Michael Thomas said after the game that the team was happy to take the victory, but knew it would have to improve as Big Ten play wears on.“It’s the start of Big Ten ball, and it’s great to win on the road in a tough environment, but we’re a little bit down, we’re going to get it corrected and bounce back,” Thomas said.After the first 11 plays of the game resulted in minimal yardage, Indiana got going with a 12-yard screen pass to junior running back Jordan Howard on third down. Maintaining an uptempo, hurry-up offense, the Hoosiers brought the ball into the red zone, but OSU stood strong to hold them on third down. A 34-yard kick by redshirt sophomore Griffin Oakes was good, giving Indiana a 3-0 lead.The first quarter for OSU featured just one first down, while being outgained by the Hoosiers 114-36 and outscored 3-0.The Hoosiers picked up at the OSU 25-yard line to begin the second quarter and used a pair of 3rd-and-8 conversions to get the ball to the three. From there, sophomore running back Devine Redding pounded the ball in with a couple of carries, putting Indiana up 10-0 early in the second quarter.“We were just killing ourselves,” Elliott said. “We weren’t giving ourselves a shot, and that’s something we’ve been doing all season and we have to eliminate that.”The Buckeyes finally got on the board on their next drive as passes of 26 yards to redshirt senior tight end Nick Vannett and 21 yards to junior H-back Dontre Wilson helped get the ball to the Indiana 5-yard line. However, the drive stalled from there, forcing OSU to settle for a field goal and a 10-3 deficit.After a fumble by redshirt sophomore H-back Jalin Marshall stopped OSU’s chance to tie the game, the Hoosiers were unsuccessful on three plays inside their own 20-yard line.Instead of punting, however, Indiana coach Kevin Wilson called for a fake punt, which was blown up by redshirt junior linebacker Joe Burger for a loss. The Buckeyes were unable to find the end zone despite starting at the Indiana 13-yard line, but redshirt senior Jack Willoughby converted his second field goal to make the score 10-6.After stopping a nine-play Indiana drive from resulting in a score, OSU embarked on a nine-play drive of its own. Junior running back Ezekiel Elliott found the end zone on a screen pass, but an illegal block on redshirt senior H-back Braxton Miller negated the score. After a sack and a fumbled snap, OSU was forced to settle for a 43-yard field goal — which clanked off the right upright to keep the score 10-6 at the half.Jones completed 13 of 17 passes in the first half for 200 yards, but the Buckeyes managed just 14 total rushing yards. The Buckeyes were hindered by three penalties for 47 yards but outgained the Hoosiers 214-169, including 178-55 in the second quarter.After OSU’s first drive of the second half resulted in a three-and-out, Elliott took matters into his own hands on the next one.Following a rush of 14 yards by Miller on the first play, Elliott ran eight yards before exploding for a 55-yard scoring run to give the Buckeyes their first lead, 13-10.Elliott took the carry up the middle before veering to his left and outrunning the Hoosier defense down the field before diving for the pylon.The OSU defense continued to stand strong with the lead in hand, not allowing the Hoosiers to gain a yard on three straight offensive possessions.After getting the ball to the red zone with a chance to pad its lead after the third straight three-and-out, however, Jones’ pass was intercepted by Indiana sophomore linebacker Tegray Scales and taken to midfield. On the next play, sophomore quarterback Zander Diamont — in the game in place of injured starter Nate Sudfeld — found sophomore receiver Simmie Cobbs Jr. for 28 yards.Two plays later, Diamont and Cobbs again connected, this time for 13 yards into the red zone. A play later, the Hoosiers retook the lead with an 11-yard run by Redding — his second score of the day.Redding, seeing an increased workload because of an injury sustained by Howard — who came into the game leading the nation in rushing — finished with just 45 yards on 30 carries, but added the two scores.Down by four, Elliott again changed the direction of the game.On a 4th-and-short from the Buckeyes’ own 35-yard line, Elliott took a shotgun handoff from Jones and exploded up the middle, going mostly untouched in a 65-yard touchdown run.“It was a great call, a great scheme by the offense, and I really didn’t have to do much but outrun the (defensive backs) to score,” Elliott said.One play into the fourth quarter, the Buckeyes found another way to find the end zone as Jones lofted a pass 23 yards to an open Thomas. The score was the fourth touchdown catch of the year for the redshirt junior and gave OSU a two-score cushion.Marshall’s second fumble of the game gave the Hoosiers the ball back at midfield, which they turned into a 34-yard field goal to make the score 27-20.While Marshall was the game’s leading receiver with six catches for 110 yards, OSU coach Urban Meyer said after the game that his tendency to fumble is something that has “got to change.”“We’re turning the ball over at an alarming rate, and that’s obviously a difference in the game and at some point that’s going to bite you,” Meyer said.With the crowd starting to get loud again, Elliott put a stop to the momentum yet again, carrying it 75 yards for his third score of the day on the first play following Indiana’s field goal.“We like to have big plays,” redshirt junior guard Pat Elflein said. “We did that last year too, big passes or big runs. We thrive off those big plays.”Elliott finished with 274 yards rushing on 23 carries, a career high and more than enough for his 10th consecutive game of more than 100 yards on the ground. The rushing total was tied for the second most in a single game in OSU history.Refusing to go down quietly, Diamont rolled out to the outside and ran 79 yards on Indiana’s first play of the drive to bring the score back to a one-touchdown margin.OSU stuck to the ground on its next two drives, barely moving the ball and giving Indiana a pair of chances to tie or take the lead.The first drive resulted in a three-and-out, but the Hoosiers were able to move the ball on their second try, getting as far as the OSU 5-yard line with less than a minute left.OSU stuffed a first-down run by Redding before a false start penalty. Now needing 10 yards to keep the game alive, Diamont’s second-down pass was knocked away and a third-down run only went for a yard.With one more chance to tie the game or take the lead, the snap sailed over Diamont’s head, forcing him to run back 20 yards and heave a desperation pass into the end zone, which was knocked away to seal the victory.“We knew they only had nine seconds so they’re going to have to chuck it up, and we have to bat the ball down,” junior safety Vonn Bell said. “It’s a sense of relief that the defense, they stood up and took the challenge, and that’s a good sign right there.”Jones finished 18-of-27 for 245 yards, one touchdown and one interception.OSU outgained Indiana, 517-402, though Indiana led 21-13 in first downs.The Buckeyes are next set to return home to face Maryland on Oct. 10. Kickoff is set for noon at Ohio Stadium. OSU players before a game against Indiana in Bloomington, Indiana. OSU won 34-27. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Photo Editor read more

Emery fully focused at PSG

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first_imgDespite the ongoing uncertainty surrounding his future at Paris Saint-Germain, head coach Unai Emery is adamant that he remains fully focused on his responsibilities at the clubRecently the PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi had revealed that Emery’s future at the French capital is in doubt, after the Spaniard secured the club their seventh Ligue 1 title in dominant fashion by thrashing last season’s winners AS Monaco 7-1 on Sunday.Former Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel is the favourite to succeed Emery at the Parc Des Princes stadium for next season with PSG growing increasingly impatient with their target of winning the Champions League.But Emery has now downplayed these reports that have suggested that he has already been told that he will be released at the end of the season.Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“Regarding various information which has emerged over recent days, I would like to make it clear that I am still focused on Paris St Germain and the objectives that we have left and that neither I nor anyone representing me has met with any other club.” he wrote on Twitter.En relación a diferentes informaciones que han salido en los últimos días, quisiera dejar bien claro que sigo centrado en el Paris Saint-Germain y en los objetivos que nos quedan, y que ni yo ni nadie en mi nombre se ha reunido con ningún otro club.— Unai Emery (@UnaiEmery_) 19 April 2018After their 3-1 win over Caen in the semi-finals of the French Cup, PSG are now looking at completing a domestic treble this season with the club having already won Ligue 1 and the French League Cuplast_img read more

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