Temperatures Climb As Residents Seek Relief

August 4, 2020


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first_imgStory and photos by Joseph SapiaDAN DUFFY DID not have to step outside or look at a thermometer to know it was heat-wave hot outside.He could tell by the food he was selling at his Cracked Olive Market in Holmdel Village – “a lot more fruit, fresh salads,” he said. Not, say, the thick sandwiches or the hot soup he would sell on a normal day.“Everybody’s a step slower,” Duffy said. “The last thing you want is a heavy meal. That slows you down as well. You think of Thanksgiving, everyone wants that nap.”No wonder, the area last week was in the midst of a heat wave, which the National Weather Service defines as “a period of abnormally and uncomfortably hot and unusually humid weather.” During the Wednesday, July 6, to Friday, July 8, period, temperatures were in the 90s with humidity levels nearby.“If you have high heat and high humidity, the body loses its ability to cool,” said Mike Hudson, a paramedic who is captain of Sea Bright Ocean Rescue.Mike Applestot, who works for the Monmouth County road department, was cutting roadside grass in Holmdel. He had the cab windows of his tractor open.“There’s no air conditioning, killing me,” said Applestot, 49, a Keansburg resident. “It gets tough.”So, Applestot dealt with the heat by “drinking a lot of water” and taking breaks in cool places. “Days like this, they don’t want you to not take breaks,” Applestot said.And for lunch?Watermelon from the Cracked Olive.“That’s the way of coping,” Applestot said.A woman walks along the Atlantic Ocean in MonmouthBeach, while others are in the surf.“All the guys working outside, they’re all trying to get started as early as possible or as late as possible, because that middle of the day is brutal,” Duffy said. “The people in offices are only complaining if the air conditioning isn’t working.”At the Cracked Olive, not only was it hot – about 90 degrees on that late Friday morning – but the air conditioning was being repaired because it was not working properly.But for some, working in the heat was a breeze.In Monmouth Beach, Special Officer James Courtney was winding down a shift at mid-day of helping pedestrian beach traffic cross the intersection of Ocean Avenue and Valentine Street.“Today, six hours,” said Courtney, who lives in Middletown. “Yesterday, I was out for 13. I get a break as needed.”But, in between helping pedestrians, he had a chair under an umbrella that provided shade. He drank water and kept his hat wet with water.“I eat light, you’ve got to eat light in this weather,” Courtney said.“There’s a breeze,” Courtney said. “It’s easy to stay cool.”Some had to be in the heat, perhaps because of their jobs. Others chose to be in the heat, not letting it ruin their day.Greg Santollo, 31, and Keith Renfroe, 42, both of Atlantic Highlands, were on a long bicycle ride. They had already ridden from Atlantic Highlands to Asbury Park, then back north through Colts Neck and into Holmdel.“We’re 60 miles in,” said Santollo, as they took a break.“Three water stops,” Renfroe said.They also were taking sodium and potassium supplements. They were planning to continue, heading back to Colts Neck, before heading home.“It’s probably going to be be 85, 90 (miles),” Renfroe said.Karen Josselyn of Oceanport was headed to the beach.“We go to the beach every day,” said Josselyn, 49. “And I love the heat. I ran on the beach this morning. The summer brings back the best in me.“You just have to stay ahead of the heat,” she said. “Drink fluids, take cover if you have to.”Despite the heat, there did not seem to be major problems, so people apparently were taking care of themselves. “We’ve had a couple of heat emergencies (in Sea Bright) over the last couple of days, but nothing of (a) critical nature,” Hudson said. “The heat coming off the sand is hotter than the ambient temperature.”Hudson said the heat incidents he had dealt with were minor heat exhaustion.“Stay hydrated, keep in shade,” said Hudson.Heat likely will have a greater impact on infants, the elderly or those with underlying medical problems, Hudson said.“Alcohol and drugs play a big factor in any environmental emergency,” Hudson said.Like it or not, more heat is expected. The National Weather Service is forecasting temperatures hitting around 90 degrees at the end of this week.“I’ll never complain about the heat,” Josselyn said. “Eighty-five and 90 (degrees) and sunny is perfect for me.”Of course, people do complain about the weather.“If they’re not complaining about the heat, they’re complaining about the cold,” Duffy said. “I feel it wasn’t that long ago we were complaining about the cold in February.”last_img read more

Oh what a feeling — Kinrade sips from Calder Cup

August 3, 2020


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first_imgBy Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsMinor hockey players spend early years dreaming of scoring that game-winning goal during the Stanley Cup Final.Hoopsters emulate on the outdoor court sinking the final shot that earns their team the title at the buzzer — from center, no less.And baseball stars fantasize knocking home the game-winning run with a blast over the fence with two outs in bottom of the ninth.Not many though think about making the big catch in center field, blocking the game-winning attempt with the clock running out or making the key defensive play that preserves the victory in the dying seconds.Geoff Kinrade probably didn’t think about making the game-saving block, with goaltender Robin Lehner out of the net, in the final minute of the Calder Cup clinching victory.But he did.Kinrade joined forces with his Binghamton teammates to perform yeoman duties that allowed the B-Sens to capture the 2011 American Hockey League Calder Cup title earlier this month over the Houston Aeros.“It was a relief we finally did it,” the Binghamton Senators rearguard told The Nelson Daily during a brief stop back in his hometown a few weeks after skating around the Toyota Centre in Houston with the Calder Cup hoisted above his shoulders.“Everyone was pretty banged up and tired, myself included,” the 25-year-old Nelsonite added. “There’s no way we wanted to take it to a game seven because we all know it’s a coin toss and anything can happen.”Kinrade admits there were many key moments in the final.Ryan Keller’s game-winning power play goal that snapped a 2-2 tie with nine minutes gone in the final frame may have been the turning point.Lehner’s solid play during game six, and throughout the playoffs, that earned the Binghamton backstop MVP accolades.And his game-saving stop was just one part of the total team victory. “The rebound went right to (Aeros sniper Patrick) O’Sullivan,” said Kinrade. “I saw the our goal (Robin Lehner) was out of the goal so I just dove in front and the puck hit my arm and went out of play.”This was Kinrade’s second kick at professional hockey for the Ottawa Senators farm team after spending four successful seasons at Michigan Tech University on scholarship.During year one the B-Sens failed to make the playoffs. However, Kinrade had an inkling this 2011 team was something special. “I had an idea we had the team to do it but it was definitely a surprise we kept on winning,” said the 6-foot, 207 pound defenceman, playing in all 23 playoff games for Binghamton.Kinrade was surprised because Binghamton had missed the playoffs for five consecutive seasons prior to entering the 2010-11 campaign. He was surprised because this was the first championship for the B-Sens in 29 years of hosting an American Hockey League franchise.And a surprise because after falling behind 3-1 during round one of the playoffs against a very good Manchester Monarchs team, Kinrade & Company rallied back to win the series with three overtime victories.“That series was the toughest series because we had a couple of guys come back (from injury) and new guys filling spots,” Kinrade explained. 
 “We didn’t have any chemistry yet and guys were still feeling each other out . . .. And Manchester was a real good team.”Part of that chemistry was the emergence of Kinrade into a fine second year defenceman who joined teammate Andre Benoit to anchor the blueline core throughout the playoffs.“Andre and I played the most games in the playoffs of any of the defencemen on our original team but we couldn’t have gotten this far without Mark Borowiecki or Jared Cowen (of the Spokane Chiefs) as well as a few East Coast (League) call ups.”“And then there was the clutch plays of forwards (team captain) Ryan Keller and Ryan Potulny,” Kinrade adds. “Every time we needed a big play these guys stood up.”The Calder Cup is the next best thing to winning the Stanley Cup for professional hockey players.After the final buzzer sounded the players flocked to Lehner to celebrate the title.Every player on the B-Sens skated with the Calder Cup, hoisting the AHL trophy over their heads.However, Calder Cup title almost played second fiddle for the players and coaches on the team. Prior to game six it was revealed that Sens assistant coach Steve Stirling suffered chest pains and did not make the trip to Houston.Once the Cup was in the bag the players hustled their way back to Binghamton to visit Stirling in hospital.“We went to the hospital right after we got off the plane,” Kinrade said.For Kinrade the end of the post season gets the free agent rearguard thinking about his future.In two seasons with the Ottawa Senator farm team Kinrade has shown plenty of improvement, but no call up to play with the NHL club.So is there a change coming in the future for Kinrade?That decision will wait while the Nelson Leaf product celebrates his first title since capturing a Bantam Rep Provincial Title during his minor hockey days in [email protected]last_img read more

To Snitch or not to Snitch, Why is that the Question?

January 14, 2020


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first_imgIn society today there is an alarming rate of people standing around as crimes are being committed on other people or themselves, and not helping or calling the police. Whether it is a crime of disrespect or assault, criminal mischief, murder or theft, many would rather go home and tell the world about what just happened, rather than the police.Reluctance to talk to police and even reporters when people are hurt, kidnapped or sacrificed has always been a problem, especially in poor communities, with the LNP saying “It is a big challenge because many are losing their lives recklessly and property stolen or damaged because of this silence,”To Snitch or not to SnitchDuring the murder of two unidentified men in Caldwell’s Thumbs Up community last year, there were multiple bruises and cuts on their bodies, suggesting they were mobbed. But when neighbors who lived in the houses where the bodies were found lying were asked what transpired, no one was willing to give a single clue or hint. No one took the stage to ‘talk it,’ or ‘snitch.’Later, the mother of one of the victims came crying her soul out over the death of her son, a very emotional moment that would have made any parent cry. But sympathy seems not to be in the hearts of those who run across alleged rouges or thieves. The mother never sought justice for her murdered child and today walks with a very large chip on her shoulders (doesn’t care about society and what happens to it).The LNP in many situations have stated that ‘witnesses are not coming forward; murders are going unsolved, because they don’t want to tell on their friends.”Meanwhile, a man was recently caught beating the brakes off a teenage girl who appeared to be hearing impaired as well as mentally challenged. After he was done beating her, he began stripping her clothes off in an attempt to place his finger in her genitals. A crowd stood around laughing, teasing the man – who also appeared psychotic – that he should leave the teen. There were no efforts made to call the police, nor did anyone try to physically stop the man from his actions.“Chea! He is very violent and beats up anyone when he is angry. I can’t go there,” said some members of the crowd.Snitching, to keep from telling or giving information to the police or authorities, is not fitting for a society that wants development. Such behavior, if tolerated, can cause a bigger challenge and even bring chaos, war and terrorism to Liberia.“If you see a strange activity that you know is not safe for you and your family, or could lead to the death of someone, call the police and report it. Don’t wait until it happens to you, because the person who you failed to help could be the same witness in a case that affects you. They too will not come forward, and that’s how this thing will keep going until an entire community is affected by mayhem,” stated a police officer, who did not want to be named, at the Zone One Depot Seven headquarters in New Kru Town during the assault of the teen. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

SA to ‘name, shame corrupt officials’

December 18, 2019


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first_img25 February 2013 The South African government plans to publish the names and details of those officials convicted of corruption in pamphlets, newspapers and radio advertisements, says Justice and Constitutional Development Minister Jeff Radebe. Radebe was speaking during a media briefing by the government’s justice, crime prevention and security cluster in Pretoria on Sunday. Radebe said freezing orders and forfeitures, which were also public knowledge, would also be published. “We want to ensure that the public is conscious about what has happened, because sometimes when people talk about corruption, when we say ’32 people have been convicted’, it’s just a number. But if you can attach a number to actual persons, you will understand that this fight against corruption, we do it in a very meaningful way.”Anti-corruption task team shows results Radebe said that since the setting up of the anti-corruption task team in 2010, 237 people had been arrested. Of these, 32 people had been convicted and two acquitted, while the cases of the remaining 203 accused were still before court. The criminal assets of 59 persons to the value of R816-million had been frozen, with nearly R78-million in assets already forfeited and returned to the state, he said. The task team had also recovered three farms valued at a total of R59-million which were lost through corruption. Another five farms worth a collective R74-million had been frozen and would be recovered soon. Radebe said good progress had been made with the national government’s intervention in Limpopo, and that the task team was investigating 39 criminal cases involving fraud and corruption – including those involving 29 persons and four companies. He said 87 people were alleged to have benefited to the value of more than R5-million from corrupt activities, and freezing orders had been obtained against 32 people. Radebe said the use of freezing orders was an important weapon to prevent those involved in corruption from benefiting from their ill-gotten gains while their cases were being finalised.Tackling cyber crime The government is also stepping up measures to address cyber-attacks. Radebe said an announcement would be made soon on the implementation of the National Cybersecurity Policy Framework. He said that, since last year up to December, 113 cases of cybercrime had been finalised – with 83% of these cases resulting in a conviction. A total of 40 investigators at the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation unit have been trained in detecting cybercrime, and at the end of the third quarter last year 60% of identified cyber threats had been addressed.Electronic tags for parolees Radebe said the Department of Correctional Service’s pilot project involving the use of electronic tags on those out on parole – which commenced in February last year – had been a success. The department is now looking into extending the use of electronic tags to other categories of offenders, including those serving custodial sentences. He added that from 1 April, it would be compulsory for every inmate who was without a qualification equivalent to Grade 9 to complete a training course equivalent to an Adult Education and Training (AET) course of between level one and four. The training is part of a drive by the government to rehabilitate inmates and equip them with skills so that they can have a better chance of returning successfully into society after being released.Electronic case management system Radebe said applicants would soon be able to lodge cases electronically, while prosecutors and defence lawyers would be able to receive real-time updates on cases, with the expected rolling out of an electronic case management system this year. The department aims to roll out the integrated solution at more than 20 sites by the end of this year and to a further 100 sites by the end of next year, the minister said. The system was integrated with police systems earlier this month to provide instant messaging and case details to process clerks. Once it is fully up and running, the system will allow electronic charge sheets to be lodged and cases to be enrolled electronically, which will automatically create an electronic court roll at the Department of Justice. Radebe said the backlog of cases had been brought down from 34 926 or 17.4% of all cases as at the end of March last year, to 29 604 or 16.2% of all cases by the end of December. Turning to violence against women and children, Radebe said that since the re- establishment of Family Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences unit in 2010, 695 life imprisonment sentences had been handed down, while prison sentences totaling over 36 000 years had been handed down. Across the country the unit now has 176 offices attached to police clusters, he said. Forensic social workers had been appointed who would assist the police with investigating crimes against children and provide expert evidence court. Radebe urged community members to come forward and report crimes of violence against women and children. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

10 months agoArsenal, Everton target Samuel Chukwueze admits Premier League contact

October 28, 2019


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first_imgArsenal, Everton target Samuel Chukwueze admits Premier League contactby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveVillarreal winger Samuel Chukwueze is leaving the door open to a move to England.While a target for Atletico Madrid, Chukwueze is also being linked with Arsenal and Everton.”I have a contract with Villarreal that ends in the summer and the club knows what to do. I can confirm that there are some clubs interested – the best English teams, but for Atlético Madrid I’m not sure, really,” he said. “Then, we’ll just keep our fingers crossed and see what happens. For now, the focus is still for me to help the club.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Ole Miss Football: Photo: Laquon Treadwell Thanks Fans For The Letters He Received During His Rehab

October 27, 2019


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first_imgLaquon Treadwell gets letter from fan following his injury.IG/successfulquonOne of our least favorite moments of the 2014 college football season was the devastating leg injury to Ole Miss star receiver Laquon Treadwell during a brutal loss to Auburn. Treadwell, who was inches away from scoring a huge touchdown against the Tigers, suffered a fractured fibula and dislocated ankle and fumbled the ball at the goal line. Treadwell is one of the most charismatic and popular players on the Rebels, and he received tons of fan support during his rehab. Today, Treadwell posted a picture of some of the letters he received from young fans who are excited that he is ready to hit the field once again in 2015.We’re glad that Treadwell has recovered as well. There are few more exciting wide receivers in the sport.last_img read more

World Cupbound Maguire says his rise to England squad is remarkable

September 18, 2019


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first_imgHarry Maguire has expressed that his last two years are “remarkable”, as he sets out to represent England in the World Cup. The defender is also scheduled to travel to Russia as part of Gareth Southgate’s 23-man squad.He Joined Leicester City from Hull City last summer and has had another fantastic season in the Premier League after playing every game for the Foxes and also earning a spot in Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions’ squad.Now, as he gets ready to travel to Russia, Maguire took a flashback to two summers ago when he travelled to France as a fan to watch England in Euro 2016 and what he has now become.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…During that time, the defender had played a bit-part role in the Tigers’ promotion to the Premier League, with an international call-up appearing nothing short of a pipe dream, according to Hulldailymail.“No, (I would) definitely not (have believed it),” he said when asked if he could have imagined his rise,” he said.“Obviously that season we got promoted through the playoffs with Hull. Maybe in and out of the team a lot, played a quite few games, I think I played 30-odd times that year, but quite a few off the bench.last_img read more

Official PSG sign former Juventus Gianluigi Buffon

September 18, 2019


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first_imgGianluigi Buffon says he couldn’t resist the offer proposed to him by Paris Saint-Germain and that it is only such huge offers that could have convinced him to leave Italy.After several weeks of media reports linking the goalkeeper to PSG, Buffon has finally agreed on a deal with the big club. The deal will last one-year with the option of a second coming after ending his 17-year stay at Juventus at the end of last season.“It is with a great feeling of happiness that I join Paris Saint-Germain,” he told the club’s official website.“For the first time in my career, I am leaving my country and only a project this ambitious could have encouraged me to make such a decision.Neymar responds to PSG criticism with a stunning winner Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Despite all the backlash he got today at Parc des Princes, Neymar responded by scoring a stunning winner vs Strasbourg.We all knew that Neymar’s…“I want to thank the club and the president for their confidence. To have followed the club’s incredible progression in recent years, I know what dreams Paris Saint-Germain and its fans have in their hearts.“I am going to bring all my energy, all my experience and all of my thirst to win to help my new club achieve all the great objectives it has set out for the future.“With my team-mates and our supporters, we will share fantastic emotions at the Parc des Princes and in all of the stadiums in which we are going to represent Paris, a marvellous city that deserves to one day see its club at the top of international football.”last_img read more

Pochettino I am happy with my Spurs team

September 18, 2019


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first_imgTottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino insists that he is happy with his current squad, despite no signingsUnlike their main rivals, Spurs are yet to make a single signing ahead of today’s transfer deadline at 5 pm (BST time).But the club does have a group of players that have managed to secure top three finishes in the Premier League for the past three seasons and Pochettino believes that he has every reason to be pleased with what he has.“I am happy to keep all the squad together,” said Pochettino on Sky Sports.“There were many rumours during the summer, about players out.“The club made a massive effort to try and extend contracts of Harry Kane, just one example.“The club is trying to finish the (new) stadium as soon as possible.“It is difficult to understand for people in football that Tottenham didn’t sign or didn’t sell players – but sometimes in football, you need to behave differently.“We are happy with our squad and we cannot improve our squad. It is better to keep our squad all together, we believe a lot in our players.“(There is) no point to say we will not repeat a season like last year or the season before with more experience, with players who compete at the high level of the World Cup.“We have the captain of the world champion (Hugo Lloris, with France). That is a fantastic experience, for him to translate to our team.“Sure, we are going to be better, no doubt about that.”Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…Preparing for our @premierleague opener. ?#COYS pic.twitter.com/dqVvB9m6V6— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 8, 2018Many first-team players have now reported back to training after their respective campaigns at the World Cup.Although the majority of them are not expected to play in Saturday’s Premier League opener at Newcastle, Pochettino has high expectations for his available options regardless.“I am so happy at the way they come back to training on Monday,” he said.“I am so proud, they were very focused and tried to arrive in a good condition.“Some players will be fit to start the game, some will be fit to be on the bench.“Maybe some players will stay here to reach the level, because maybe we don’t want to take risks.“Newcastle of course in that period, has an advantage to us, in the preparation of the whole squad.“But that is not a reason to complain. We are not a victim, we need to adapt ourselves to the situation, and I am sure we will be competitive.”last_img read more

Ljungberg explains how Emery has changed Arsenal

September 17, 2019


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first_imgArsenal youth academy coach Fredrik Ljungberg, explained the many ways in which Unai Emery has changed the club since he arrived.The whole process that Spanish manager Unai Emery has gone through is very interesting, nobody believed he was capable of making Arsenal great again but he has been proving himself further.One of the former players from that extinct ‘Invincibles’ squad is Swedish winger Fredrik Ljungberg, the former player who came back to the club of his life to teach the younger generations and today is helping the Spaniard produce several talented players that can change the club’s present.Playing under legendary manager Arsene Wenger for so long, gave Freddie the necessary experience to come back and transmit similar concepts to the young players who can help the Gunners improve later in their careers.The whole time that Unai Emery has been the Arsenal manager was good enough for everybody to realize that this Spaniard is actually a good bet for the club, the Gunners are one of the most competitive clubs in English football today and that is thanks to the work he has done so far.5. Freddie Ljungberg reveals how Unai Emery has transformed Arsenalhttps://t.co/I0VqX20h63 pic.twitter.com/p443byXZfD— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) November 17, 2018“There have certainly been some changes at the club since Arsene left,” said Freddie via The Mirror.“Unai is very calm, composed and ­extremely detailed in what he ­expects. From Monday through to Friday, every single training session is very carefully planned.”“There is always a thought process to what the players are doing and the players have to be open-minded. They need to know their roles and what is expected of them.”“We speak regularly – and always after every U-23 game – because he wants that connection and for the teams below to replicate what ­happens in the first team.”“That’s fine for me because our principles are quite similar about how the game should be played – players who can play out from the back and not feel uncomfortable in any situation on the field. It’s detailed, with lots of ­information, but the philosophy is simple.”“My job is to get as many players up into the first team as possible. He can take as many as he wants,” he continued.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“The important thing is to make sure the boys are ready because he is a manager who believes in young players and what they can do.”“That has always been a feature of successful Arsenal teams. I want to provide players who can go up because they have the ability. But they will also have to know how to do the dirty stuff, at times, when they need to dig deep.”“The manager wants players who are ready to make their mark, but they have to be able to be part of a ­structure. That’s the way he is. He wants players who can ­express themselves, but within a ­discipline. He has come in with new ideas, with energy and he wants to make the club better,” he concluded.Arsenal news: Freddie Ljungberg reveals changes Unai Emery has made to training sessions https://t.co/8y1NgAlxpe pic.twitter.com/sB8zpJxrkl— Cleansheet (@Cleansheet) November 18, 2018Arsenal’s immediate future is still bright, but the club has a couple of very difficult matches after the international break and will put all the concepts that Unai has taught the players to the test.If the Gunners get to win at Bournemouth next weekend and the Spurs beat Chelsea at Wembley as well, the next match will be an incredibly exciting North London Derby between both sides and the winner will certainly claim the fourth spot of the competition for now.Emery has really come a long way since he started the season, he has managed to convince everybody that he truly was the answer that everybody at Arsenal was looking for but there is still more than half a season to go through.For now, the Gunners are riding the wave and doing it in style thanks to Unai.“@bpwiley: “@Arsenal: It’s 16 years since @Freddie scored on his @Arsenal debut. pic.twitter.com/c3XLoTujkL” >>one of the best days of my life!— Freddie Ljungberg (@freddie) September 20, 2014Name the main differences between this new Unai Emery Arsenal and Arsene Wenger’s squad from last season. Please leave your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img read more