Thomas Partey advised to reject Arsenal transfer by ex-Ghana star Derek Boateng

first_imgThomas Partey is one of Arsenal’s top targets for the summer transfer window (EPA)Thomas Partey has been urged to reject a move to Arsenal this summer by former Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng.The Atletico Madrid midfielder has a €50 million (£43m) release clause in his contract with the Spanish club and the Gunners have already opened negotiations ahead of a potential deal in the upcoming transfer window.Partey is believed to be one of Arteta’s priority targets for the summer, although Arsenal’s transfer budget is heavily dependant on where the club finishes in the Premier League this season.Reports have also claimed that Arsenal’s technical director, Edu, has approved Arteta’s push to sign the 27-year-old.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBut Boateng, who was capped 47 times by Ghana, believes Partey should be turn down Arsenal due to their lack of Champions League football.‘He needs to be at a place where he will be happy, respected and get a lot of playing time,’ Boateng told JoyFM. Arsenal have already held talks to sign Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid (Getty Images)More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenalcan make all the money you want but if the coach doesn’t play you, you won’t be happy.‘I will not advise him to move to Arsenal right now because he is a Champions League player and with the look of the Arsenal team right now, they are not ready with the kind of players they have and some are going to move‘They are playing very well but you can see the inexperience hurting them and with the way the Premier League is going right now, it is going to be really tough. If he wants to move, he has to move to a team that plays in the Champions League otherwise he will lose everything.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Thomas Partey advised to reject Arsenal transfer by ex-Ghana star Derek Boateng View 3 comments Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterMonday 6 Jul 2020 11:08 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.8kShares Advertisementlast_img read more

Javier Baez keeps finding new ways to entertain Cubs fans

first_imgBaez, as he usually does from the right side, swung for the fences from the other batter’s box. He fell to a knee as he flew a ball to center field. Javier Baez is not a switch-hitter. He is naturally pulled toward fun, whether it’s a sexy slide into third base or juggling chewed gum in the dugout.On Thursday night, the right-handed shortstop decided to bat lefty with a seven-run lead. The Cubs led by seven, and Reds position player Kyle Farmer was on the mound lobbing eephus pitches. The stakes weren’t high for the gag. Javier Baez is an entertainer.He just batted left-handed!— Sporting News MLB (@sn_mlb) August 9, 2019MORE: Here’s how to watch “ChangeUp,” an MLB whiparound show, for free on DAZNSome traditionalist managers would have been upset at Baez for such a maneuver, but Cubs skipper Joe Maddon is usually a fan of zany activity on the diamond. He is also used to his star infielder finding new ways to enjoy the game.UPDATE: Maddon in fact did support the move.Baez asked Maddon if he could hit lefty and the manager told him to go for it. Felt it was a good time to try it in-game (against a position player in a blowout), though Maddon thinks it’s something Javy could learn to do.Does Javy think so? Not so much. He’ll stick to righty.— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) August 9, 2019last_img read more

”I want to take my country to the World Championship in Brazil”

first_imgFootball player of ” Roma”, Miralem Pjanić has had the best start of the season and he does not hide that he is flattered by the great interest of other big European clubs for his transfer.One of the most successful B&H football players says that he would lie if he would say that the interest of biggest European clubs does not flatter him. Although, he does not think too much about potential transfers, change of teams or the change of environment. As he says, it just motivates him to play even better.” There were many great moment during my carrier, but being able to play for my own country and especially in Zenica, is something that cannot be compared with any other success or satisfaction. I want to take my national representation and my homeland to the World Championship in Brazil, and I hope that I will reach that goal, and I think that I and my colleagues in the team are very much determined to achieve that big success”- said Pjanićlast_img read more

Fort Nelson to host oil and gas conference

first_imgFort Nelson is set to be the host of a major conference on natural resources.From Sept. 7-9, the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality will be hosting the 2011 B.C. Oil & Gas Conference.- Advertisement -This year, the conference is being developed with the theme “Communities Leading Change”, featuring a community perspective on the oil and gas industry. The conference will include presentations by key industry stakeholders, elected and government officials and local first nations.Fort Nelson Mayor Bill Steeper says “this year’s Oil & Gas Conference will raise the bar. Our aim is to provide information and opportunities that appeal to everyone from the Vice-President to the guys on the ground here in Fort Nelson.”The conference has been designed to showcase Fort Nelson’s community spirit. Conference attendees will also be receiving a close and personal look at the new Northern Rockies Regional Recreation Centre, which will have celebrated is grand opening only a week prior.For more information on the event, sponsorship opportunities or registration contact Event Coordinator Judy Kucharuk at 250-784-4237 or Advertisementlast_img read more