Alexandre Lacazette admits Arsenal are lacking confidence and need a break after poor results Unai Emery suffered another tough night out on Saturday (Picture: Getty Images)‘We have to work again and keep working everyday. But I think we didn’t play so bad, we just missed our chances in the first half.’Lacazette has not given up on making a return to the Champions League through their Premier League finishing position, but knows that they have already left themselves an awful lot of work to do.‘We want to be top four of course,’ he continued. ‘Now we are nine points behind Chelsea and Leicester and it is going to be hard but everything is possible in football.‘We still have time until the end of the season. We are going to work to come back.’Due to the international break, Arsenal are not back in action until 23 November at home to Southampton.Failure to get a result against the struggling Saints, who are 19th in the division after defeat to Everton on Saturday, could be one disaster too far for Emery in north London.MORE: Andrew Robertson sends brilliant messages to Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino after Liverpool win over Man CityMORE: Pep Guardiola lacked innovation and creativity in Man City loss to Liverpool, says Gary Neville Advertisement Advertisement Alexandre Lacazette admits that Arsenal are lacking confidence (Picture: Getty Images)Alexandre Lacazette admits that the Arsenal squad is lacking in confidence and that they are very glad for the international break after a poor run of results.The Gunners were beaten 2-0 by Leicester City on Saturday evening in the Premier League, making it five games without a win in all competitions.Pressure is mounting on manager Unai Emery after picking up just four wins from 12 league matches so far this campaign and already languishing eight points off the Champions League places.Arsenal’s last Premier League win came on 6 October and the shoddy string of scorelines has left the squad struggling for morale, despite a reasonable performance in defeat to the Foxes.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘We miss confidence and we need the international break,’ the French striker admitted. ‘I hope we are going to come back well. We need to work more than we do now to find confidence.‘We are very disappointed, we had chances in the first half. We couldn’t score and you need to take your chances in this type of game. Metro Sport ReporterMonday 11 Nov 2019 12:00 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link785Shares Comment
Share Mr. Amos Augustine and daughter Charice Augustine.Goodwill Primary School island scholar of the Grade 6 National Assessment, Charice Augustine has attributed her success in the examinations to hard work, but more importantly to God’s intervention.Miss Augustine said that although she thought it was a joke she worked very hard and knows that God helped her thorugh.Click here to listen to Miss Augustine: Mr.Amos Augustine who is Charice’s father also expressed his excitement when he heard the news.He also sought to encoourage parents to assist their children as much as possible as it is not the sole responsibility of the teachers.Click here to listen to Mr. Augustine: Miss Augustine, who topped the exams, will receive one of the ninety four (94) scholarships which will be awarded to top students this year by the Government coupled with one hundred and fifteen (115) bursaries.Dominica Vibes News Share Share EducationLocalNewsPrimary Top Scholar attributes her success to God’s intervention by: – June 27, 2011 Tweet 55 Views no discussions Sharing is caring!
By Greg SoukupEAGLE, Neb. (Sept. 2) – The winners of the last two Sprint Nationals ran 1-2 in Friday’s qualifying feature for this year’s IMCA EMI RaceSaver Sprint Car event.2014 champion Jack Dover led defending king John Carney II across the stripe in opening night action at Eagle Raceway. Chad Wilson and Shon Pointer completed the top four. One hundred and seventeen cars vied at the fourth annual Nationals.“I got a really good jump at the start from fourth. Actually, it was an awesome jump,” Dover said following the $700 checkers. “We set up for a slick track, and after they farmed the track it worked in our favor.”“I can’t wait for the Race of Champions and getting to start on the pole Sunday,” he continued “Hopefully we can bring home the win.”Dover led the opening lap with Andy Shouse, Luke Cranston and Wilson rounding out the top four. Dover pulled ahead to a straightaway lead by lap five.Lap eight saw Pointer move into fourth and two laps later, Wilson advanced to second. Carney jumped up to the third spot as Shouse fell back to fourth.Dover started encountering heavy traffic shortly after that, allowing his pursuers to close in. Dover ran high, low and wherever he had to in order to slice and dice around the lapped cars.With nine laps left, Carney advanced to second and moved in on Dover. Carney needed just three trips around the oval to move to within Dover’s push bumper but try as he may could never complete the pass.Saturday sees the second night of Sprint Car qualifying for Sunday night’s big show plus the Jake Ita Race of Champions.The main event pays a minimum of $2,500 and as much as $5,000 to win.Qualifying feature results – 1. Jack Dover, Springfield; 2. John Carney II, Lubbock, Texas; 3. Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas; 4. Shon Pointer, Grand Island; 5. Jason Martin, Lincoln; 6. Andy Shouse, Mustang, Okla.; 7. Trevor Grossenbacher, Hickman; 8. Blake Robertson, Visilia, Calif.; 9. Adam Gullion, Lincoln; 10. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas; 11. Luke Cranston, Holcomb, Kan.; 12. Jake Bukak, Arvada, Colo.; 13. Toby Chapman, Panama; 14. Gregg Bolte, Lincoln; 15. Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, S.D.; 16. Michael Day, Greenville, Texas; 17. Jaremi Hanson, Dillsburg, Pa.; 18. Tyler Russell, Abbott, Texas; 19. Gene Ackland, Martell; 20. Stuart Snyder, Waverly.Bubak won the “B” feature. Justin Melton, Flower Mound, Texas, won the “C” feature. Chris Kelley, Oklahoma City, Okla., won the “D” feature. Dan Satriano, Papillion, won the “E” feature. Doug Lovegrove, Waverly, won the “F” feature. John Ricketts, Burleson, Texas, won the “G” feature.Heat winners were Cranston, Robertson, Snyder, Carney, Ramey, Chapman, Ballenger, Martin, Dover, Wilson, Russell, Gullion, Grossenbacher and Pointer.Race of Champion heat winners were Ty Williams, Arcadia, Okla., Gullion, Robertson and Martin.