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first_img 1 min. story Skip Ad Harry Kane will lead the line for Tottenham at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Unai Emery insists his side will have a ‘game plan’ to deal with Tottenham star Harry Kane on Sunday.The Gunners take on their north London rivals at the Emirates this weekend and must stop Kane to overcome their neighbours.Both clubs tasted defeat for the first time last weekend with Arsenal losing 3-1 against Liverpool and Tottenham collapsing to a 1-0 home defeat to Newcastle.It means they’ll both be looking to make amends and Kane has an excellent record against the Gunners, scoring nine goals in nine appearances.ADVERTISEMENT Comment Read More Read More by Metro Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Video Settings About Connatix V67539 1/1 Read More SPONSORED Coming Nextcenter_img Unai Emery reveals Arsenal’s plan to stop Harry Kane in north London derby Read More PLAY Full Screen Sean KearnsFriday 30 Aug 2019 9:05 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link / Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More Top articles Skip Emery insists Arsenal have a plan to counter Kane (Picture: Getty)However, Emery insists Arsenal have their own ‘big’ players and will work collectively to stop Kane.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Kane is a big and great player for them, but we also have very big and great players in our team,’ said Emery.‘We are going to play with our game plan and also with respect to them, but also believing in our game plan and in our players and in our supporters, because they are going to help us.‘We need also to stop them, but thinking also that we have very good players to do that. Also, to show our best capacity and best performance on Sunday.’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 ArsenalKane is already the highest scorer in Premier League history when it comes to the north London derby but one more goal will take him level with Emmanuel Adebayor, who managed ten goals against Spurs across all competitions.Nacho Monreal could make a final appearance for the club on Sunday before making a move to Real Sociedad before the transfer window closes.MORE: Manchester United coaches felt Alexis Sanchez struggled to cope at a ‘truly big club’ following Arsenal exit Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgAll of thesailors on the Stolt Groenland and another 21 aboard the other ship wererescued. Nine sailors were wounded including one in critical condition, thereport said, without specifying what ship they were on.    An explosionoccurred on the Stolt Groenland, a 25,000-tonne, Cayman Island-flagged oiltanker, at the southern port of Ulsan around 10:50 a.m. (0150 GMT). There were25 sailors aboard including Russians and Filipinos, it added.    YONHAP VIA REUTERSFire from a vessel is seen at a port in Ulsan, South Korea on Sept. 28, wounding at least nine sailors. The blazespread to another unspecified oil tanker docked nearby.center_img SEOUL – A fireon two oil tankers injured nine sailors at a South Korean port, the Yonhap newsagency on Saturday said.     The Coast Guardis investigating the cause of the incident and police have blocked traffic inthe area in case of a further blast, it added.(Reuters)last_img read more

first_img Published on January 25, 2014 at 7:05 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ An hour before Syracuse faced off against Hofstra, a large contingent of SU players gathered in a tunnel adjacent to the Carrier Dome field and watched a scrimmage between Hofstra and Le Moyne.SU players weren’t just scouting the two teams they would face later in the day. They were eager to take the field themselves. Eager to begin the process of erasing memories of last season’s heart-breaking national title game loss to Duke.On Saturday – almost eight months to the day since the title game – the Orange began its rehabilitation process with scrimmage wins over Hofstra and Le Moyne. Despite struggling mightily at the faceoff X – which SU did so famously against Duke last May – the Orange defeated Hofstra, 12-8, and Le Moyne, 15-4.“We spent more time on faceoffs this fall and spring than ever before,” Syracuse head coach John Desko said. “I wish we would have done a little better versus Hofstra … It was good to see us improve and get better against Le Moyne.”The Orange lost a staggering 27-of-46 draws, allowing two inferior teams to remain in striking distance.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDesko said the Orange has seven players who work on faceoffs at practice. On Saturday, the team used five.Chris Daddio won 10 of the 19 draws he took, but won only 3-of-8 against Hofstra. Mike Iacono won 2-of-11 against Hofstra and 2-of-6 against Le Moyne.Daddio struggled to begin the Hofstra game before giving way to Iacono with SU ahead 4-2. But the junior transfer from Nassau Community College didn’t fare much better.Daddio credited the slow start to his mentality going into the game. Iacono said it may have been first-game jitters. Desko credited Hofstra freshman Kris Clark, who won 14 of the 19 draws he took.“We knew about him coming off of Long Island as a high school player,” Desko said. “ … Some of it too, we changed our guys up when we were losing a few, and it’s hard to get into a rhythm when we change our people.”Against Hofstra, the Orange lost 17-of-23 draws.But despite not having the ball to begin possessions, Syracuse was able to capitalize when it did have the ball. Kevin Rice recorded five points (one goal and four assists), while Dylan Donahue put up four goals and assisted on Scott Loy’s first-quarter goal.Four different players scored for the Orange in the second half – Billy Ward, Hakeem Lecky, Donahue, and Tom Grimm – and the team thwarted any chance of a comeback upset.Against Le Moyne, Syracuse fared much better at the X. The Orange won 13-of-23 draws, and cruised to an easier victory against its cross-town rival.Iacono began the game at the X, and was better than he was against Hofstra.“My wing help was tremendous,” he said. “They held down for me. I’m completely confident in my wings. Today was the beginning point to working toward the whole season.”Winning more faceoffs resulted in more goals. The Orange won 5-of-7 draws in the first quarter and took a 5-1 lead. In the second quarter, SU won just 3-of-8 faceoffs, but still increased its lead to 10-3.In the second half, the Orange won 5-of-8 and allowed just one goal, while scoring five.Despite the two victories, the faceoff X will continue to be a topic of discussion for Syracuse as it prepares for its regular-season opener against Siena on Feb. 10.Said Daddio: “We’ve been working a lot this season already, and I think we’ll be fine. We picked it up in the second game and toward the end of the first game, but we can’t start slow like we did. We’ve just got to get into a rhythm.” Commentslast_img read more

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