Advertisement Comment Arsene Wenger is plotting a return to management (Picture: Getty Images)Arsene Wenger plans a return to management in the near future and is aiming to be in charge of a team at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.The 69-year-old has not managed a side since leaving Arsenal in 2018 after 22 years in the dugout in north London.The Frenchman has always insisted that he is not retired and expects to find a new role in management, a sentiment that he still sticks to ahead of his 70th birthday next month.Wenger has not ruled out a return to club management, but firmly has his eye on managing a nation for the first time at the World Cup in three years.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWhen asked about the possibility of managing in Qatar in 2022, Wenger told BeIN Sports: ‘I could see myself working for a team. I will have enough time, distance with my last job, and I would not be against that.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 City‘It will be interesting because you have some countries that have shown quality, especially Qatar who has just won the Asian Cup.‘It will be interesting to see how they develop, but overall I must say I always wanted to go to the World Cup because I felt it is the job of a manager to be where the best football players in the world play football.‘Hopefully, you will see me, touch wood in Qatar in three years’ time.’Wenger confirmed that he has turned down offers to return to coaching since leaving Arsenal last year, but he has made the most of his break from the game.‘You will see me in a dugout again, when, I don’t know exactly,’ the veteran boss continued. ‘I enjoyed a bit to take a distance. I had a reluctance to go back into the heat again.‘I still cannot live today with the fact that I will never be on the bench again. I might go for an intermediate position.‘What I want for sure is to share what I know, and what I have learnt as much as I can in the game.‘I would like to experience one more time the intensity of the competition.’MORE: Dani Ceballos’ class reaction as Alexandre Lacazette scores for Arsenal against TottenhamMORE: Tony Adams backs Dani Ceballos to be the key for Arsenal’s attacking trio Phil HaighWednesday 4 Sep 2019 10:27 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 Arsene Wenger wants return to management at 2022 World Cup in Qatar Advertisement
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The property at 96 Clear Island Rd, Broadbeach Waters is luxurious without being over the top.THE Glitter Strip is renowned for its extravagant and flashy waterfront homes.But the fact that this Broadbeach Waters residence isn’t over the top is exactly what attracted owners Jennifer Franklin and Stephen Fleming to it.Its minimalist and contemporary style gives it an air of sophistication and elegance without compromising luxury. The kitchen is contemporary and versatile. The outdoor area is like a retreat for its owners. The media room is perfect for movie marathons. It’s the perfect spot to kick back and relax.From its high ceilings and walls of floor-to-ceiling windows to plantation shutters and a fresh neutral palette, the Clear Island Rd house is just as lavish as many others on the Coast but much more versatile.The couple bought the waterfront property about a year ago after briefly living in another one on the Gold Coast that Ms Franklin described as “over the top”.They initially came from interstate looking for a lifestyle change.“We came up from Sydney and wanted to have a bit of a life change — live on the water and get a boat,” she said.After deciding the first house they moved into was far too extravagant for them, they went looking for another that better suited their personal style. MORE NEWS: House will bowl you over with its fun inclusions Its minimalist style gives it a classy edge.As soon as they walked through this property’s front door, Ms Franklin knew it was the right fit.She said it immediately felt like “an easy house to live in”.“It just flows really well,” she said.The single-level house has an open kitchen, living and dining room that connects through sliding glass doors to an alfresco area with a built-in barbecue. The outdoor area overlooking the saltwater pool and canal was Ms Franklin’s favourite spot.“We sit outside all the time because it’s under cover,” she said.“We have breakfast out here every day.”The main bedroom also has access to the alfresco area through sliding glass doors as well as a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa11 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago MORE NEWS: Motorsport legend lists luxury pad The main bedroom also has water views.The remaining three bedrooms all have built-in wardrobes.The media room is a highlight of the home while the couple have added extra storage, new carpets and security cameras.Mr Franklin said it was going to be sad to leave but they were moving back to Sydney to be closer to family.“This house we absolutely adore, if we could pick it up and take it back to Sydney we would,” she said. “But somebody is going to come and love it just like we did.”
Stuff co.nz 4 May 2017Family First Comment: Myth – Marijuana never killed anyone…. “Along the way the court heard details of the 40-year-old’s descent into “schizophrenia at its very depths”, likely exacerbated by years of heavy cannabis use, and culminating in her being in a psychotic state when she killed eight children under the age of 15…. The court heard cannabis was commonly linked to the onset of schizophrenia in those already vulnerable to the illness.” #saynopetodopeThe first to die was the family’s pet duck, killed in an attempt to rid the house of evil.By then, Raina Thaiday had already been on a cleaning frenzy for a week, scrubbing the ceilings of her Australian home and tossing possessions out into the yard in a bid to “cleanse” the house.But it was when she heard a dove’s call, which she interpreted as a sign from God, that she decided she must “kill her children in order to save them”.The Mental Health Court of Queensland last month ruled, in a decision not made public until Thursday, that Raina Mersane Ina Thaiday was of unsound mind when she stabbed to death seven of her children and a niece in her home in Cairns on December 19, 2014.“To her way of thinking at the time, what she was doing was the best thing she could do for her children. She was trying to save them,” Justice Jean Dalton said, exempting the mother from trial and confining her to mental health treatment.Along the way the court heard details of the 40-year-old’s descent into “schizophrenia at its very depths”, likely exacerbated by years of heavy cannabis use, and culminating in her being in a psychotic state when she killed eight children under the age of 15.The court heard cannabis was commonly linked to the onset of schizophrenia in those already vulnerable to the illness.Thaiday kicked a 10-20 cone a day habit in the months before the slaughter, leading psychiatrists to question whether her “psychosis” was a form of withdrawal, before mostly rejecting the notion.Instead, Dr Jane Phillips and Dr Donald Grant agreed it was more likely the illness began to affect her while she was still using cannabis, causing to her to develop “religious delusions” that “forced her to live a clean life”.“Altogether it amounts to a very convincing body of evidence that Mrs Thaiday was psychotic at the time of the killing,” Justice Dalton said.She ruled Thaiday had the defence of unsoundness of mind available to her and issued a forensic order for ongoing mental health treatment.READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/australia/92210576/schizophrenia-at-its-very-depths-drove-mother-to-kill-eight-childrenKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ind. — Two people have been arrested on multiple drug-related charges in Jefferson County.According to Indiana State Police, Tia M. Rasler, 34, of Madison is facing charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Neglect of a Dependent, while Matthew J. Oney, 34, of Versailles is being charged with Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Invasion of Privacy.During a traffic stop, police became suspicious of criminal activity, and a K9 officer alerted the trooper to the odor of illegal drugs.A search revealed methamphetamine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.A small child was also in the vehicle and was released to a family member.
Dearborn County —The Indiana State Police say to watch for delays on I-74 this morning in Dearborn County as a disabled commercial motor vehicle on I-74 Eastbound at exit 164- St. Leon exit, where a tanker trailer hauling liquid sugar broke in the middle. Also, crews are also on the scene of a semi fire on I-74 Westbound at 167-mile marker near Harrison where the interstate is down to one lane.
The winger, 22, joined the Sky Bet League One team in October and in 11 appearances has helped to keep them clear of the relegation zone. His original agreement was scheduled to expire on January 3, but he is now expected to play in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Northern Area final against Fleetwood on Saturday. Press Association Southampton’s Lloyd Isgrove has extended his loan deal at Barnsley until January 23.
Students rejoin the hustle and bustle as they walk to class through Hahn Plaza. After the traditional New Student Convocation welcomed transfer students and spring admits, campus is back in full swing as the spring semester officially began on Monday, Jan. 12.
The No. 1 USC men’s volleyball team continued its first road swing of the season Friday at No. 15 UC San Diego.The Trojans were dominant, disposing of the Tritons in straight sets (25-12, 25-23, 25-17) at RIMAC Arena.Helping hand · Senior middle blocker Austin Zahn finished with six kills in helping the Trojans defeat UC San Diego at RIMAC Arena. – Tim Tran | Daily Trojan “This win is really important for us,” said junior outside hitter Tony Ciarelli. “Coming off three pretty emotional matches against Cal State Northridge, Long Beach State and UC Irvine, it was great to focus and take care of business and get this win in three.”Senior opposite hitter Murphy Troy led the way with 15 kills earned at a very efficient .522 clip to go along with five digs.Ciarelli finished with 11 kills.“Overall it was a great match,” Troy said. “Riley [McKibbin] did a great job spreading the ball around. That made our job a lot easier.”Senior outside hitter Tri Bourne got his first start of the season after a solid match Wednesday.“He passed pretty well, served well and blocked well,” said USC coach Bill Ferguson. “And when we needed kills from him, we got them.”The Trojans (4-0, 4-0) continued to utilize their efficient middle attack throughout the game.Senior middle blocker Austin Zahn had five kills at a .714 clip and junior middle blocker Steven Shandrick had five kills at a .625 clip.“We didn’t set the middles as much as we would like,” Ferguson said. “But they hit efficiently and helped create a lot of one-on-ones at the pins.”This balanced efficiency has been a trend all season long as USC has so far hit at or above a .400 clip.In total, USC outhit UCSD .416 to .184.On the other side, outside hitter Carl Eberts led UCSD with nine kills.The Tritons’ (2-4, 1-2) gameplan had to be adjusted during the match, as setter Phil Bannan played the roles of both setter and hitter in an effort to give the senior more scoring opportunities.“We did a good job of getting him off the service line, where he scores a lot of his points,” Ferguson said.Ferguson’s premium on good passing and defense was also displayed Friday, with senior setter Riley McKibbin and freshman libero Henry Cassiday each finishing with seven digs.The Trojans also sided out at a 94 percent rate in the third set to close the match.“The final set of every match has had the highest side-out percentage,” Ferguson said. “We’re doing a great job closing.”The Trojans play again at No. 5 UC Santa Barbara on Wednesday at 7 p.m.The Gauchos are 4-3 overall.
In second place is Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian was Mourinho’s successor on the white bench and they brought him to, by then, most expensive signing in football history, Gareth Bale. Carletto, with a long career in the best European benches since it began in 1995, He has enjoyed several of the most expensive investments in addition to Bale as Fernando Torres, for which Chelsea paid 58 million euros to Liverpool.The podium is completed by Pep Guardiola, whose single-player investment record was by Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Barcelona spent almost 70 million on the Swede who never fit Pep’s idea and would only last one campaign. The Catalan accumulates a total investment of 1,168 million euros between Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester City, where he has paid authentic millions, especially to strengthen his defense. This billion-dollar club is closed by Pellegrini. The until a few weeks ago West Ham coach led the last great reform of Real Madrid from the bench in 2009 when he brought Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, Benzema and Xabi Alonso the same summer among others. The Portuguese was his record signing but the figure also increased in his seasons at Manchester City and with the hammers to make a total of 1077 million euros. The transfer market each year moves more and more money. The players circulate from team to team moving sums that have already reached 22 million euros in the elite, an absolute record set by Paris Saint-Germain to take Neymar from Barcelona.At the end, All these movements are born from the requests made by the coaches to reinforce their templates and reach the objectives. Thus, some already accumulate several years in the elite and with it, a high bill of players that they have requested and their clubs have paid reaching even the three figures and a cumulative that already exceeds one billion.In this exclusive club, Jose Mourinho appears first. The Portuguese, according to data collected by the English press, adds a total expenditure throughout his career of 1520 million euros only in signings. Mourinho increased this figure in a substantial way in Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester United with Paul Pogba as his most expensive signing in a top where Modric or Didier Drogba also appear.
EI calendar has become in the big puzzle for the leagues and UEFA to end this season. They are preparing different stages, from the most optimistic (return at the end of April) until more pessimistic (end in July). The latter would cause a domino effect for the following season, forcing the clubs and UEFA to tighten the belt and change their plans, especially summer ones.In the next six months we will find a overbooking of competitions. Starting in July, since it is probable that the current season ends in the first fortnight of said month (It is already being studied how to extend the contracts that end on June 30), which would lead to delaying the rest of the dates. The first to jump through the air will be the preseason. Players usually go on vacation in June. For this year, everything indicates that the preseason will not start until the first of August. Since players by agreement have a minimum of 21 consecutive days of vacation.Starting in August would leave just two weeks of preseason for the teams if LaLiga maintains its start around August 15 and 16, as usual. It could even be delayed by a week or two, but it would further collapse the calendar (there would be no free Wednesday to recover games postponed until March or April 2021) if the current format is to be maintained. This would increase the risk of injury to players, unless the limit of footballers per squad is extended. This would present a new problem: the more players, the more spending on salaries. It would upset the teams’ accounts, already affected by this break. Such a short preseason will also impossible to perform stages by USA, China and other countries as usual. Tours that contributed great income to the clubs, mainly for those who participated in the International Champions Cup. Although it will mean the resurgence of Spanish summer tournaments, which have languished in recent times, One of the alternatives to extend the preseason would be to compress the campaign. Door that has already opened several presidents of different federations, including that of the Spanish. “If it can end on June 30, perfect. No, it It will end later. And if later you have to start later or with another format, it will be done, but agreed by everyone, “Rubiales said last Tuesday. It could be a league with a regular phase and then a playoff for the title and relegation.The one that will have to tighten the belt and change its format is UEFA. Both for the Champions League and Europa League qualifying phase. They usually start on June 29 and end at the end of August. Two months for ten games. Now there will have to be six, only in August. Reducing the qualification phase would allow the Champions League to maintain its group phase format and start in September as usual. What it can do are the final heats and play a single match. The Euro Cup has been relocated and set for June 11, which leaves no room for maneuver and a schedule that will not give a break.