Cazorla twice won the FA Cup at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Former Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla showed he still has a place in his heart for the Gunners after the side’s 2-1 win against Chelsea in the FA Cup final.The Gunners secured their first piece of silverware under Mikel Arteta by coming back from a goal down against Frank Lampard’s side to claim their 14th FA Cup victory.Cazorla won the cup twice during his time in north London and supporters have not forgotten the part the Spainard played under Arsene Wenger.The 35-year-old made just 33 appearances in his final three seasons at Arsenal and was told by a series of medical officials that his career was over after a number of ankle and foot injuries. ADVERTISEMENT Full Screen Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Comment And Cazorla has shown he’s lost little of the love he had for Arsenal by sending a message of congratulations to his former side. ‘Well done boys one more for all of you!❤️🏆👏😘,’ said Cazorla.MORE: Wayne Rooney accuses Sir Alex Ferguson of ‘suicidal’ tactics in Champions League finals against Barcelona by Metro Coming Next Metro Sport ReporterSunday 2 Aug 2020 10:22 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.2kShares SPONSORED Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Santi Cazorla proves he still loves Arsenal with message to club after FA Cup win against Chelsea Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More Arsenal battled back from a goal down (Credits: AP)Cazorla dumbfounded the doubters by returning to full fitness and he’s spent the last two seasons at Villarreal, where he’s scored 25 goals.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Spaniard was released at the end of the season and has been heavily linked with a return to the Emirates, where Arteta is keen to have his former team-mate as part of his backroom staff. Read More PLAY Advertisement Read More Skip Ad Read More Skip / 1/1 Top articles Video Settings About Connatix V67539 1 min. story Advertisement
Image Courtesy: Höegh LNGHöegh LNG has shared an image of its ninth FSRU floating at Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) shipyard in South Korea. Scheduled for delivery in the fourth quarter of 2018, the FSRU will have a storage capacity of 170,000 cubic meters and a max regasification capacity of 750 MMscf/day.With a gross tonnage of 103,800 tons, the newbuilding will feature a length of 294 meters and a width of 46 meters.As World Maritime News previously reported, the FSRU is intended for the LNG import project in Port Qasim near Karachi, Pakistan, under the 20-year charter contract signed with Global Energy Limited (GEIL).In a separate announcement, Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) informed that Höegh LNG’s USD 230 million debt financing for the company’s eight FSRU has been completed.Slated for delivery in the first quarter of 2018, the company’s eight FSRU is currently being built also at the HHI shipyard.The facility comprises a twelve-year export credit agency term loan of up to USD 150 million backed by Garantiinstituttet for Eksportkreditt and Eksportkreditt of Norway, and a five-year non-amortising commercial bank loan of up to USD 80 million funded by ABN AMRO Bank, Danske Bank, Nordea and Swedbank. The facility is available to fund 65% percent of the FSRU’s delivered cost of with no employment requirement, increasing to 75% upon securing long-term employment.The company currently has seven FSRUs in operation and three FSRUs under construction at HHI and Samsung Heavy Industries.Earlier this month, Höegh LNG informed that its profit for the three months ended September 30 was USD 1.1 million, down from USD 8.5 million in the preceding quarter. The company reported EBITDA of USD 31.6 million for the third quarter, compared with USD 37.7 million for the previous quarter.World Maritime News Staff
From time to time, Evan Molloy tells Nick Mariano when the popcorn is popping. Or when the muffins are coming his way. By that, Syracuse’s goalie means easy saves.Around the Syracuse lacrosse team, there’s a running joke that Mariano does not have a right hand. “He gets a lot of crap,” senior midfielder Sergio Salcido said. Even when Mariano shoots with his non-dominant hand, his right, it sometimes comes toward the cage relatively slow. Molloy calls such shots popcorn or muffins because they’re too easy to stop.“With Mariano, you want to make him go right,” ESPN lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon said.Mariano realized early this year that many teams would put their top defender on him. Often, they’d force him right. When they do so, the SU senior midfielder is beginning to have an answer. He no longer relies solely on his powerful left-handed snipe, which zips at about 100 miles per hour and makes him the leading scorer (29 goals) on the country’s top-ranked team. He’s scored at least two goals this season with his right — at least two more than he did all of last year, when he scored each of his team-high 35 goals with his dominant left hand.Mariano has scored 64 goals over the last two seasons, 22 more than anybody else on SU. By developing his right hand for dodging, shooting and passing, he can round out his game for No. 1 Syracuse (11-1, 4-0 Atlantic Coast) in what are his final weeks of college lacrosse.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I know I can shoot the ball right-handed,” Mariano said. “I’ve just got to get confidence in myself and consistently put it on cage where I want it.”Ally Moreo | Photo EditorIn practice, defenders heavily favor his left, almost begging him to go right. Mariano, the leading scorer at Massachusetts in 2014 and 2015 and now at SU, usually will flash his right for a few steps then roll back to the side he’s more comfortable with. He knows he should go right more.For Mariano, a solidified right hand would mean more pressure on the defense. He would draw more slides, leaving spaces for others. He would add to an already impressive arsenal, and he would become less predictable.“Contrary to popular to belief,” redshirt senior Joe Gillis said, “he does have a right hand. I’ve seen him put it in his right this year more than all of last year. Teams know he’s all left, so if they’re going to give him that right, I don’t think he’s going to be shy to take it.”In 2016, Mariano didn’t score a single goal with his right, the team said. Last Wednesday in practice, he dodged on a couple of guys, stutter-stepped and shot it past Molloy with his right.“He threw his whole body into it,” Molloy said. “That’s when he’s at his best.” Molloy said Mariano scores on “every goalie,” citing his accuracy to put it top shelf or low corner almost at will.“I still get mad at myself,” Molloy said, “and sometimes I remind myself that nobody’s making that save.“Mariano’s the best shooter I’ve ever played against, hands down,” Molloy added. “It’s not even close. You have guys who can put the heat on the ball, but you can read it better. Mariano just hides his stick well, quick release. It’s a hard save to make. When I save his shots, I know I’m having a good day. All angles. It’s something special.”Evan Jenkins | Staff PhotographerBinghamton head coach Kevin McKeown said Mariano shoots even when he looks covered, sometimes double-teamed. He thrives at wrapping his hands around his defender and shooting from angles that make it hard for the goalie to pick up. He can dissect defenses with a foresight to see open spaces and attack them.One of Mariano’s hardest shots for a goalie to pick up may have come April 1 at then-No. 1 Notre Dame, where Mariano scored four goals to lift SU to the upset victory. His second score came on a right-handed shot. He laughed about it postgame, only a week after he scored three goals with his left against Duke. He knew UND would force him right. When UND took away his left, Mariano rolled back right and scored to put Syracuse up 7-5.“If he could add that to his game,” Salcido said, “he’ll be unbelievable.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 23, 2017 at 10:24 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected]syr.edu | @MatthewGut21
WASHINGTON — As a response to last month’s death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley will be taking part in a hearing today to discuss the use of force by police.Members of Congress are considering a far-reaching package of new restrictions on police forces nationwide, including a ban on chokeholds. “What you saw on television can’t be tolerated,” Grassley says, “when he was executed by being strangled to death by the knee of the policeman.” The hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled for 1:30 P.M./Central time.Grassley, a Republican, says legislation is also under consideration that would create a national database of incidents where police use deadly force. “We don’t have every state, in fact, we have a minority of states that are really reporting what they ought to report on the number of deaths caused by police shootings,” Grassley says, “or other ways the police might kill somebody.”Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is the only black Republican in the U.S. Senate. He’s proposing an extensive list of new rules which Grassley says will be unveiled on Wednesday, including the ban on chokeholds and the new database. “There’s another one that some people think is a poison pill and that deals with the immunity of policemen from lawsuits,” Grassley says. “That’s a little more controversial.”In an interview with Radio Iowa two weeks ago, Grassley said some issues within police departments need to be addressed by individual city councils, not by members of Congress. He noted the federal government can’t take over local policing. This week, Grassley is clarifying his earlier remarks. “Under our Constitution, it’s difficult for the federal government to say state governments and local governments have to do this or that,” Grassley says. “Our handle here is connected with putting restrictions on federal dollars that are going out.”Reports say the bill is also expected to make lynching a federal hate crime, while urging police everywhere to use body cameras. President Trump is indicating he would support the new package of police restrictions.