Tony Adams highlights ‘massive error’ Mikel Arteta made during Arsenal’s defeat to Chelsea

first_img Metro Sport ReporterSunday 29 Dec 2019 5:41 pmShare 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 Comment Shkodran Mustafi backed off Tammy Abraham in the build-up to Chelsea’s winning goal (Sky Sports)‘This is an old habit Arsenal have been doing week in, week out, they drop off and drop off because they’re scared, it’s fear.‘If he’d gone in on Abraham [near the halfway line] in here, stick him in there, make the foul, you saw Jorginho, you make the foul there, stop him turning, get in front of him ideally and win the ball.‘But you’re on your back straight from that position.’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 Arsenal Tony Adams highlights ‘massive error’ Mikel Arteta made during Arsenal’s defeat to Chelsea Bukayo Saka was tasked with dealing with Tammy Abraham at Arsenal’s back post (Premier League)‘And when you’re playing the zonal it’s so important.‘So many goals come in that area, and not to have one of your best headers in that zone is a massive error.’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 CityAdams also criticised Shkodran Mustafi for backing off Tammy Abraham on the halfway line before the Chelsea striker’s winning goal.‘Chelsea have got back into the game, it’s 1-1, all game they’ve [Arsenal] been going in and pushing in and defending well, he [Mustafi] chose to drop off again,’ said the former Arsenal captain.center_img Advertisement Tony Adams was unhappy with Arsenal’s set-up at set-pieces (Premier League)Tony Adams believes Mikel Arteta made a ‘massive error’ by not instructing a stronger Arsenal player to guard the back post at set-pieces during their defeat to Chelsea on Sunday.The Gunners took the lead through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but failed to hold out as late goals from Jorginho and Tammy Abraham sealed the win for Frank Lampard’s side.Chelsea’s equaliser came from a free kick as Bernd Leno misjudged the ball, leaving Jorginho to tap home from close range.But Adams has criticised Arsenal’s set-up for set-pieces as Bukayo Saka was tasked with dealing with Tammy Abraham at the back post.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘There was a mismatch at the far post,’ Adams told the Premier League. Advertisementlast_img read more

Wolf Administration Announces More Than $8 Million in Funding to Support Water and Sewer Projects in 22 Counties

first_imgWolf Administration Announces More Than $8 Million in Funding to Support Water and Sewer Projects in 22 Counties August 19, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Economy, Infrastructure, Press Release Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of more than $8 million in funding to support H2O PA Flood Control, High Hazard Dams, and Water, Sanitary Sewer, and Stormwater projects through the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA).“Investments in our water and sewer systems preserve Pennsylvania’s infrastructure and the health of our communities,” said Gov. Wolf. “My administration is committed to the health and safety of residents in all corners of the commonwealth, and the funding approved yesterday will benefit communities for years to come.”The H2O PA program provides for single-year and multi-year grants for the construction of drinking water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer projects; the construction or renovation of flood control projects; and the repair or rehabilitation of high-hazard unsafe dams.The H2O PA projects approved during the CFA meeting are:Flood ControlThe Turtle Creek maintenance project in Allegheny County was approved for $100,000 to remove sediment and clear vegetation on the bank of Turtle Creek. This project will restore the design level of flood protection and safeguard the lives and property of Turtle Creek Watershed residents.The City of Dubois Sandy Lick Creek Stream rehabilitation project in Clearfield County was approved for $710,000 to restore the streambank, remove the gravel bar and for engineering.The Borough of Clarks Summit Watershed Flood Control and Protection project in Lackawanna County was approved for $200,000 to implement Urban Stream Restoration, re-constrict the streambed, reinforce portions of the streambed with rock armoring and natural vegetation, and construct stone weirs and natural pools. This project will also reestablish the hydraulic cross-section and alignment of this corridor.The Rice Township Ice Ponds Dam project in Luzerne County was approved for $508,833 to dewater the lake per Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission specifications, install a watertight cofferdam, dewater the remaining lake between the cofferdam and the spillway, bore a 24-inch diameter hole through the bottom of the dam, install a metal sleeve and a valve gate, pass all engineering and Department of Environmental Protection inspections, refill the lake, leave the cofferdam in place, clear the spillway and achieve certification that the dam is compliant with Pennsylvania law.The Dupont Borough Phase II Flood Mitigation Control Rehabilitation project in Luzerne County was approved for $507,926 to repair concrete joints, repair sections in need, and for maintenance to prevent lifting of concrete sections, water eroding underneath the concrete slabs, deteriorating concrete on the wave reduction walls, failing gaskets, and missing grout in joints. The funds will be used to support construction, engineering and permitting.The total funding for these projects is just over $2 million.High Hazard DamsThe City of Reading Egleman’s Lower Dam Modification project in Berks County was approved for $350,000 to lower the elevation of the dam by four feet and raise the bottom of the pond by four to five feet, to create a water depth of three to four feet, which is the depth necessary for growing bass. The principal spillway will also be modified to regulate the average water level. The overall water surface area of the pond will be reduced by 25 percent. The modifications are aimed at reducing the dam hazard classification from high hazard to low hazard.Water, Sewer, and StormThe 47 approved projects include stormwater and sewer line upgrades, wastewater treatment plant upgrades, street stormwater improvements, sanitary sewer line replacements and more across 22 counties throughout the commonwealth.A complete list of H2O projects is available.For more information about DCED and the CFA, visit dced.pa.gov.Ver esta página en español.last_img read more

St. Louis students explore science and design

first_img(L-R) Sylvia Eckstein, Cy Muckerheide, Frank Forbeck, Jaden Peters preparing their trackBen Fulton releasing his car Batesville, In. — Students from the St. Louis Catholic School seventh grade science class are learning about speed, acceleration, momentum and Newton’s laws. Students made a car that protected an egg, but was still fast and attractive. They made prototypes and then made several changes to their designs to improve the cars before testing in two different scenarios.last_img