1/1 Comment ‘Good to be back in Premier League action,’ Ozil wrote on Instagram.‘But not happy about the result at home. Many things to work on. We have to keep moving forward with our heads held high.’Asked to assess Ozil’s contribution, meanwhile, Emery said: ‘He worked, he played well and I think he has quality.’Arsenal could be 10 points adrift of the top four pace should they lose at Leicester next weekend and result elsewhere go against them.Emery added: ‘I’m disappointed with the result above all because I think the players tried, the players worked, and the most difficult thing against Wolves is to score the first goal and take advantage in the result.‘We needed to score the second goal to take more confidence than we had at 1-0 and also because they are a strong team defensively, but also they have the structure offensively. They have the habit of playing matches with that result and being consistent to try to score and draw.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‘They did that and we lost the opportunity at 1-0. When they equalised, we tried. We got into the box, we created some chances which weren’t very clear but we created them. ‘‘Also, in the last moments when we were pushing a lot, they had good transitions, one or two transitions when they didn’t score.‘I think it was an equal match and maybe we deserved it a little more than them, but we struggled. In a game against them, when you have that opportunity after 1-0 to get more of an advantage, you need to take it. We didn’t.’Should Arsenal sack Unai Emery?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Unai Emery explains decision to start Mesut Ozil for Arsenal’s game against WolvesMORE: Granit Xhaka sends message to Arsenal fans ahead of Wolves clash Advertisement About Connatix V67539 Full Screen Top articles by Metro SPONSORED Skip Read More PLAY Skip Ad Mesut Ozil made only his second Premier League appearance of the season against Wolves (Picture: Getty)Mesut Ozil admitted Arsenal have plenty to work on after they were held at home by Wolves on his Premier League return.The 31-year-old starred Wednesday’s extraordinary Carabao Cup tie against Liverpool which Arsenal eventually lost 5-4 on penalties following a 5-5 draw at Anfield.Having been left out of the previous six matchday squads, Ozil was rewarded with only his second Premier League appearance of the season by Unai Emery, but the former Real Madrid playmaker was unable to inspire his team to a much-needed victory.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fired Arsenal into the lead with his 50th goal for the club, but Raul Jimenez’s 76th minute header earned Wolves, who registered an astonishing 25 shots on goal, a deserved point.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Read More Read More Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 2 Nov 2019 6:50 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link17Shares Mesut Ozil sends message to Arsenal fans after demoralising Wolves draw Video Settings / Coming Next Read More 1 min. story Advertisement Read More
A team of researchers from USC and Aarhus University in Denmark has discovered bacteria with the ability to transmit electrons over large distances. They published their discovery in the science journal Nature on Wednesday.They found that Desulfobulbus bacterial cells have the ability to transmit electrons as far as 1 centimeter, or thousands of cell lengths away, as part of their respiration and ingestion processes.“To move electrons over these enormous distances in an entirely biological system would have been thought impossible,” Moh El-Naggar, assistant professor of physics at USC and co-author of the paper, said in a release.Research began after Aarhus scientists discovered an electric current on the sea floor several years ago. The experiments conducted by USC and Aarhus researchers found that the apparently inexplicable currents were created by unknown multicellular bacteria that function as living power cables.The cells survive through a chemical reaction: the cells that live in an oxygen-deficient zone oxidize hydrogen sulfide, a process that provides oxygen for other cells on the top.“You have feeder cells on one end and breather cells on the other, allowing the whole living cable to survive,” El-Naggar said in a release.Researchers from both universities collaborated on physical evaluations of this long-distance electron transfer. El-Naggar and his colleagues had previously used some of the methods he used in his research, including scanning-probe microscopy and nanofabrication.El-Naggar was recently named one of the Popular Science magazine’s article “Ten Young Geniuses Shaking Up Science Today.” He collaborated on the paper with Lars Peter Nielsen from the Aarhus University Department of Bioscience. The paper was funded by the European Research Council, the Danish National Research Foundation, the Danish Foundation for Independent Research and the German Max Planck Society.
What better way to celebrate February 3rd as National Carrot Cake Day than with this recipe from Grace Foods? You’ll end up with a cake that’s moist and not mushy, and the best part is you’ll have it in the oven within minutes.Ingredients10 ounces all-purpose flour2 teaspoons baking powder1/2 teaspoon baking soda2 teaspoons cinnamon powder3 medium eggs10 ounces sugar1 tablespoon vanilla essence1 1/4 cups Grace Vegetable Oil8 ounces carrot, peeled and shredded or grated4 ounces nuts, crushed4 ounces raisins, soakedDirectionsPre-heat oven to 180°C/350°F; grease and line a 10-inch cake pan.Sift together the dry ingredients and set aside.Using an electric mixer, beat eggs until blended. Gradually add sugar and cream until light and fluffy.Add vanilla, Grace Vegetable Oil and shredded carrot, beat to incorporate.Divide the dry ingredients into three, folding in each portion of dry ingredient well with the carrot mixture, before adding the other portion.Add nuts and raisins and incorporate thoroughly.Scrape the batter into the prepared pan and bake until the cake springs back when touched lightly (for approximately 45 minutes).Remove from oven and allow to cool on a cooling rack.
The McDan Open West Africa Tournament saw thrilling start with All Africa Games gold medalist Wisdom Na-Adjrago qualifying for the next stage.The tournament sponsored by McDan Shipping, Rush Energy Drink from Twellium Industries and West Blue Consulting, has a total prize money of $5000 and is drawing a lot of enthusiasm. Wisdom Na-Adjrago who is also the current top seed, showed early signs of a leap into the final stages after seeing off fellow countryman Charles Asmani 6-1, 6-1. In an interview with Joy Sports, Na-Adjrago said his win was as a result of thorough preparations. had done a lot of training . “I am prepared for every player in this tournament. I worked very hard and want to show it in my performances. My opponent is tough and can easily frustrate you with his play but I kept my cool and played well.”He was excited on his performance and is looking forward to replicating it as he progresses. “I played well today and kept the ball on the court. so it was good. I am looking forward to winning,” he said.In other results, Emmanuel Plange beat Bernard Ashitey Armah 6-1, 6-2. Isaac Titriku beat Francis Gbolonyoh in the best of three sets.Francis Akpese staged a spirited fight but was not strong enough for Isaac Dapaah, with the game ending 7-6, 7-6, 3-6, 6-2. The tournament’s first winner Japhet Bagerbaseh also booked a place in the next stage of the competition in two straight sets. Some big games are expected on Tuesday on Tuesdayh the likes of Nigeria’s Wale Babalola facing Ghana’s Andrews Appiah, Togo’s Kantanga John Paul will pit his strength against Ghana’s Stephen Nartey. Ghana’s Daniel Quartey plays Kulibali Frederick of Cote d’Ivoire while Joel Meda of Burkina Faso faces B. Fumi of Ghana.Another Ivorian, Guillaime Kofi will seek qualification to the next phase as he battles Cedric Dzelu with Togo’s Bernard Alipoe playing Nii Noi Ababio.In other fixtures, Nigeria’s Michael Moses will pay Albert Nti of Ghana, while Benjamin Palm and Felix Hammond face off in an all Ghanaian tie.VIDEO –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Chief Operating Officer – Grant CampbellTravel Managers All Time High First QuarterHaving set the ball rolling with strong sales in January, TravelManagers has gone on to smash it out of the park with a record-breaking first quarter for 2019: a result which Chief Operating Officer, Grant Campbell, explains as the culmination of a strong January and best-ever trading month in February followed by a record March.“Year on year, we have experienced more than seven percent growth in our first quarter, thanks in large part to strong sales for long-haul destinations. The destination with the highest percentage growth was Asia, with an increase of more than 17 percent, which, when combined with a seven percent increase for Africa, contributed to a 70 percent increase in total adventure travel sales.”Campbell reports that TravelManagers has also recorded double-digit growth in both Australia and New Zealand, at 11.5 percent and 11 percent respectively.“We also achieved close to ten percent growth in one of our most high-value destinations, Europe,” he adds. “It’s very pleasing to see strong results occurring across all destinations, rather than being confined to just a few.”Other categories to have recorded strong results in the first quarter include guided coach tours and customised holiday packages, which have increased by 27 percent and 21 percent respectively.“These categories tend to feature more extensive, detailed itineraries: it’s a great indication that our personal travel managers (PTMs) are continuing to focus on designing holiday experiences that are individually tailored to their clients’ needs.”Sports-related travel has also increased significantly year-on-year, and although it represents a relatively small percentage of TravelManagers’ total sales volume, Campbell describes this achievement as a hallmark of the company’s overall philosophy.“We have a network of PTMs who among them represent a vast range of interests when it comes to travel, and every area of the company is designed to foster that entrepreneurial spirit so that they can grow their businesses by pursuing those interests.”When asked to predict what lies ahead for the remainder of 2019, Campbell points to the previous year’s results.“Every year since TravelManagers began, we have achieved a new record for first quarter sales, which has always served as a strong foundation for the year ahead. Whilst we can expect this year to present its share of challenges along the way, we’re off to a great start and have every reason to expect great things from 2019.”For more information or to speak to someone confidentially about TravelManagers please contact Suzanne Laister on 1800 019 599.About TravelManagersTravelManagers is Australia’s market leader and biggest home-based travel business operating in all States & Territories. A wholly owned subsidiary of House of Travel, Australasia’s largest independent travel company which has a forecast turnover of $2 billion for 2019, TravelManagers is a sister company to Hoot Holidays, also owned by House of Travel. TravelManagers is solely dedicated to providing the best possible support to its network of more than 560 personal travel managers throughout Australia, through a dedicated team at the company’s National Partnership Office in Sydney. TravelManagers places all customer funds in a dedicated and audited Client Trust Account which is separate from the general business accounts, ensuring client funds are secure and only used for client purchases. This is supported by a Trust Account Fidelity Risk insurance policy to protect all clients’ funds in the unlikely event they are missing from, or not paid into the Insured Trust Account. Source = TravelManagers