Three elected to the Bar board, one runoff set

first_img April 15, 2003 Regular News Three elected to the Bar board, one runoff set Three elected to the Bar board, one runoff setcenter_img Three board races were decided and another wound up in a runoff in March Bar Board of Governors elections.For the Young Lawyers Division, five races were decided for the YLD board, while a sixth went to a runoff.With the senior BoG, Raleigh W. Greene III, who got 369 votes, will face Murray B. Silverstein, who got 296 votes, in the Sixth Circuit, Seat 2 race. They bettered Lynn Howell, who got 206 votes, and Denis A. Cohr, who got 79, in the first round of balloting.Ballots for the runoff were mailed around April 1 and must be returned to the Bar’s election company no later than midnight April 21. Bar members also have the option of voting online.In the other board races, Gwynne A. Young defeated Daniel P. Mitchell in the 13th Circuit, Seat 3, 954 to 576; Jerald S. Beer outpolled Richard B. Kay in the 15th Circuit, Seat 2, 953 to 227; and Harold G. Melville bested Gean Cary Junginger, Jr., in the 19th Circuit, Seat 1, 356 to 51.(There were initially two other contested board races in the 11th Circuit, but those wound up uncontested when candidates dropped out.)In the YLD contests, Garrett Biondo, who got 152 votes, will face Mario Garcia, who received 165 votes, in the runoff for the 11th Circuit, Seat 1. They led N. Vail Gardner, who got 112 votes.In the decided races, in the Ninth Circuit, Seat 1, Paul J. Scheck defeated Lawrence H. Kolin, 224 to 90; in the 11th Circuit, Seat 2, Cynthia Morales bested Rodney Smith 249 to 154; in the 13th Circuit, Seat 1, R. J. Haughey II, outpolled Steven D. Lehner 181 to 130; in the 15th Circuit, Seat 3, Ginny R. Neal defeated David J. Pascuzzi 138 to 57; and in the 17th Circuit, Seat 3, Jill M. Bennett garnered 104 votes, besting Nicholas W. Romanello with 77 and Leonard Wilder with 23.All the victorious candidates, along with those elected without opposition, will be sworn in at the Annual Meeting in June.last_img read more

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Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach This Weekend

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Parks officials baked a cake in the shape of the Jones Beach Water Tower to mark the 10th anniversary of the air show.UPDATE: “Due to inclement weather, today’s Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach is canceled. The show will go on as scheduled for Sunday, May 26, from 10 AM to 3 PM.” — Jones Beach Air Show officials. Long Islanders are expected to flock to Jones Beach for the 10th annual Bethpage Air Show this Memorial Day weekend, a welcome respite from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.Over the roars of the aircraft practicing for the show, George Gorman, deputy regional director of New York Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, shared his enthusiasm for the reopening of the Jones Beach Boardwalk and his optimism for this year’s show. He expects a quarter of a million spectators, same as in 2011, the last year that there was not a military performance.Debuting at the airshow will be Rob Holland Ultimate Airshows, the Raiders Demonstration Team, the Misty Blues All-Woman Skydiving Team and the Miss GEICO Speedboat.  Also, Dusty, star of “Disney’s Planes” will be making his first air show appearance. It will be The Royal Canadian Air Force F18 Demonstration Team’s second time performing for this event.According to Kirk Kordeleski, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bethpage Federal Credit Union, which sponsors the air show, the event is a great tribute to the nation’s service men and women. He also sees it as a chance to give back.“We must recognize that Long Islanders are still in need,” Kordeleski said. He suggested that visitors purchase $10 “Rebuilding Long Island Shore to Shore” t-shirts from tents on the boardwalk because proceeds go to United Way of Long Island’s partner program with Bethpage to support Long Island families affected by Hurricane Sandy.“We’re pleased to be here and are amazed that it was rebuilt,” said GEICO pilot Jim Record, representing the airshow’s performers.Gorman said the event contributes $15 million to Long Island’s economy. In honor of the airshow’s 10th anniversary, he served a cake featuring a replica of the famous Jones Beach Water Tower.This year the air show also have an app that gives users up-to-the-minute information on parking field availability, full access to listen to the show live and the ability to listen to live aircraft-to-tower communications from Republic Airport.The airshow is scheduled for Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Parking is $10.last_img read more

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Berger reiterates RBC concerns to Matz, encourages working group

first_imgNAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger reiterated the association’s position on risk-based capital in a letter to NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz, urging that the board include major modifications to several key areas when it issues its second proposal.Matz has announced that she would like to see a second RBC proposal at the Jan. 15 open board meeting.“NAFCU and our member credit unions believe it is critical that NCUA effectively consider and incorporate industry input to ensure that an appropriate risk-based capital regime is adopted for the credit union industry,” Berger wrote Wednesday. “The 2,000 comments submitted for the first proposal clearly demonstrate that credit unions around the country have a vested interested in this issue, and the concerns they raised deserve consideration.”Berger listed NAFCU’s and its members’ concerns about the RBC proposal, including the following:several issues related to NCUA’s legal authority to issue the rule as first proposed, such as comparability with banking regulatory requirements, individual capital requirements and definition of a “complex” credit union;the proposed, 10.5 percent risk-based capital ratio set under the proposal for “well-capitalized” credit unions;NCUA’s treatment of risk-weighted assets and the lack of explanation for deviation from similar banking risk-weights; continue reading » 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Credit unions helping credit unions

first_imgWhen Mark Rosa visited a branch of GESRO Co-operative Credit Union  in Ghana a couple years back, he was greeted with a touching tribute—a flag emblazoned with the logo of his own CU, Jefferson Financial Credit Union, flying overhead.GESRO Co-operative CU managers had the flag specially made in appreciation for Rosa’s mentoring and financial support from Jefferson Financial CU, Metairie, La., including a $100,000 long-term loan the $4 million Ghana cooperative uses to extend its micro business lending program.“They understand the importance of cooperatives and the people helping people philosophy, and they’re happy to be doing this work,” says Rosa, CEO of the $420 million Jefferson Financial CU serving 43,000 members. “They provide seed money for people starting a dress shop or fruit stand, and their loan officers go out every day to collect small loan payments out of their members’ daily receipts.”Rosa, a CUES member, met the former GESRO Co-operative CU manager when he came to the United States to attend training. That manager accepted Rosa’s invitation to visit Jefferson Financial CU. Later, Rosa was invited to visit Ghana to see firsthand how the country is making economic gains through GESRO Co-operative CU’s efforts. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Westbury Man Charged With Beating Dog to Death

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Westbury man has been arrested for allegedly beating his dog to death three months ago, Nassau County prosecutors and SPCA investigators said.Bing Jie Yang pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty Wednesday at Nassau County court.“This defendant allegedly beat his small Pomeranian so mercilessly that he broke the small dog’s ribs, fractured his liver and ultimately killed him,” Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said.Authorities said the 23-year-old man hit the two-year-old dog, Dan Dan, then took the dog to a local veterinarian hospital, where the dog was thought to be dead upon arrival on April 7.When efforts to revive the dog were unsuccessful, hospital staff alerted the Nassau County SPCA for investigation into possible animal cruelty.Investigators determined that Dan Dan had suffered blunt force trauma about his body and suffered from fractured ribs, a fractured liver and internal bleeding.Judge Patricia Harrington released Yang without bail and ordered him to surrender his Chinese passport. Yang is due back in court on July 29. He faces up to two years in jail, if convicted.last_img read more

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2nd Teen Girl Found Dead in Brentwood, Cops Say

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A body investigators believe to be that of a 16-year-old girl was found Wednesday in Brentwood near where her 15-year-old friend was beaten to death the night before in a case that authorities suspect has gang involvement, Suffolk County police said. Investigators said the body found at 5:14 p.m. in the woods off Ray Court matches the description of Kayla Cuevas of Brentwood, who was reported missing after the first girl’s death, police said.At 8:36 p.m. Tuesday, a passerby had called 911 to report finding body on Stahley Street and upon arrival, Third Precinct police officers found Nisa Mickens, also of Brentwood, in the road with lacerations and head trauma, police had said.Mickens was pronounced dead at the scene. The Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office is conducted an autopsy and determined her cause and manner of death to be homicide by assault. Authorities suspect there may have been gang involvement in the death.Investigators believe Cuevas was with Mickens at some point Tuesday night, which was the night before Mickens’ 16th birthday.Homicide Squad detectives ask anyone with information about this incident to call them at 631-852-6392 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. There is a reward of up to $5,000 for an arrest in the case.last_img read more

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Cheers and Jeers: Wednesday

first_imgCheers and Jeers for Wednesday, November 4, 2020Note: November 4th is National Stress Awareness Day.  To inform motorists around you who might not know this, drive up behind them, honk your horn several times and shout, “Hey, asshole! If you weren’t so stupid you’d know it’s National Stress Awareness Day!”  They’ll appreciate the reminder and will probably respond with a friendly wave.  Thanks. Together we can make a difference. —Mgt.- Advertisement – –By the Numbers:Bideninauguration.jpg77 days!!! (We hope.)Days ’til inauguration day: 77- Advertisement – Number of times the Trump campaign ended up stranding his cultists on the tarmac at airports in Georgia, Nebraska, Pennsylvania and North Carolina after his super-spreader events: 4Number of Trump’s promised second-round $1,200 relief checks, $200 Medicare “gift cards,” or covid vaccine doses the American people received by election day: 0Original and current number of chambers in the International Space Station, which has been inhabited for 20 years as of last Monday: 3 / 16–Mid-week Rapture Index: 180 (including 4 apostasies and 1 Covid-19 vaccine “mark of the beast.”) Soul Protection Factor 24 lotion is recommended if you’ll be walking amongst the heathen today.–Puppy Pic of the Day: Cue the theme from Mission: Impossible…–JEERS to our profoundly broken country. This election should’ve ended last night in a landslide for the candidate of truth, fact, and decency, even with a tidal wave of mail-in votes pending. I really don’t know what to say. In all likelihood Biden will still be our next president. But, holy cow, the chunk of our fellow countrymen who choose hate and ignorance over the alternative is not what I signed up for when I popped out onto this planet 56 years ago. How’s that Mars colony comin’?CHEERS to inevitable conclusions. Soon-to-be-ex-President (we hope) Donald Trump called “Obamagate” the greatest scandal in history, a witch hunt smear campaign hoax that tried to sabotage his soon-to-be-ex-presidency (we hope) “worse than anyone else in the history of the country.” It was to be one of his big “October surprises” that would destroy Joe Biden. Well, the investigation is over and, sure enough, it was the worst scandal ever and Barack Obama reported to Leavenworth Prison this morning to be fingerprinted and ha ha ha of course not:Top prosecutors in the so-called Durham probe into the origins of the Russiagate investigation have reportedly found “no evidence” to support the foundational theory that spawned the investigation—namely, that Obamagate occurred and that Barack Obama himself needed to be punished for it.Obamagatetansuit.jpegGuilty as hell. According to a New York Magazine story relying on anonymous sources “familiar with the probe,” U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham has come up empty-handed and is growing increasingly frustrated with Attorney General Bill Barr overdevelopments in the investigation—or, rather, the lack thereof.The lesson is clear: a good fake scandal is hard to find.CHEERS to #1. Here’s another little election milestone from the archives: it was 96 years ago today, back in 1924, when Nellie Tayloe Ross became the first elected woman governor in U.S. history.  She ran in Wyoming in the wake of her husband, Gov. William Ross’s death from appendicitis, but was careful to avoid any public display of ambition for the job as that wouldn’t be ladylike.  Her modest agenda soon mushroomed, oddly enough, into one of great ambition: [R]equiring cities, counties, and school districts to have budgets; stronger state laws regulating banks; exploration of better ways to sell Wyoming’s heavy crude oil; earmarking some state mineral royalties for school districts; obtaining more funds for the university; improving safety for coal miners; protecting women in industrial jobs; and supporting a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would cut back on child labor.NellieTaloeRossWYgovernor.jpg These ideas all came from solid, Progressive thinking. But Nellie was the first governor to back them in Wyoming.She lost her reelection, but kept plenty busy turning out the women’s vote for FDR and spending 20 years as the first woman director of the U.S. Mint.  Died at 101, her life spanning presidents Grant through Carter.  Currently four of our ten sitting female governors are Republican.  But Ross was first. And as with so many firsts in politics and civil rights, the letter next to her name was a big ol’ D.–BRIEF SANITY BREAK––END BRIEF SANITY BREAK–JEERS to a supreme nuisance. Until the administration of 46th president Joseph R. Biden (we hiope) is able to enhance and re-balance the makeup of the Supreme Court, we’re going to have to deal with days like today, when six of the nine are going to insist that Americans who happen to be L, G,B, T, or Q are second-class citizens. And we’re going to have to sit here and take it for now…The Supreme Court is set to hear a case concerning the rights of gay and lesbian Americans on Wednesday morning in a dispute that advocates are warning could pierce holes in the nation’s anti-discrimination laws. […]Interior of US Supreme Court in Washington DC.Because of Covid, today’s SCOTUS event will likely be held virtually again. But it’ll still be just as infuriating.Religious rights activists are pushing for the court to use the case, Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, to overturn a 30-year-old precedent that has for decades mediated the balance between freedom of conscience and the rights of minority groups. Doing so could effectively reverse the court’s trend in recent years of advancing protections for LGBT people, civil rights advocates warn. The case could also weaken laws protecting other groups, including Jews, Muslims and Mormons.The case concerns a Roman Catholic adoption agency in Philadelphia that claims that it can’t match foster children with same-sex households without violating its religious beliefs.The court will look a little different today, thanks to last week’s partisan Senate vote confirming the latest member and restoring it to its full nine-member complement. So now it’ll be Roberts, Thomas, Kagan, Souter, Alito, Kavanaugh, Sotomayor, Gorsuch, and some crazy lady shouting Bible verses while drowning a kitten in bucket.CHEERS to a very bad day for the GOP.  Eighty-four years ago today, on November 4th, 1936, the media was blaring the news that FDR had been re-elected in a landslide over Alf Landon by—get this—523 electoral votes to 8:Rooseveltlandslide1936washingtonpost.jpg Percent increase in Covid-19 deaths (238,000 now) over the last two weeks: 15%Number of states that don’t have some kind of mask mandate in place: 2 (ND, SD)Rank of Belgium among top Covid-19 hot spots in Europe: #1- Advertisement – – Advertisement – On this date twenty-eight years later, the papers trumpeted Lyndon Johnson’s victory over Barry Goldwater 486-52.  Twenty-eight years after that Bill Clinton dispatched George H.W. Bush by a less-substantial but still impressive 370-168 margin. And 16 years after that, Barack Obama disposed of John McCain 365-173. Grand total: 1,754 to 303.  Takeaway message: revenge is a dish best served lopsided.–Ten years ago in C&J: November 4, 2010JEERS to the new bully on the block.  38 percent of the 50 percent of Mainers who turned out to vote Tuesday—representing about, oh, twenty percent of all Mainers who live here—was all it took to get a teabagger installed in the governor’s mansion here.  Oh, and we also lost control of both the House and Senate for the first time since 1974.  So off we go into a new era of austerity and nuclear plants and creationism taught as science and, golly, who knows what else.  As of January first we’re changing our state motto: Welcome to Maine—The Alabama of the Northeast.  Yeehaw!  [11/4/20 Update: Our legislature is controlled by Democrats again and our governor is a super-competent and popular Democratic woman, and all is well in the state of Maine.]–And just one more…CHEERS to a fond farewell. I don’t know what he plans to do between now and January, but one thing I hope comes to pass in 77 days: he’s gonna be gone, gone, glug glug glug gone…And the band can play one final rendition of Nearer My Future Jail Cell to Thee.Have a happy humpday. Floor’s open…What are you cheering and jeering about today?–Today’s Shameless C&J TestimonialTrump Assures Daily Kos He’ll Fire Bill in Portland Maine After The Election—Wonkette–last_img read more

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Israeli supreme court allows surrogacy for same-sex couples, single men

first_imgIsrael’s supreme court on Thursday authorised surrogacy for same-sex couples and single men wishing to have children.Only heterosexual married couples were able to access surrogacy in Israel until 2018, when a law was passed permitting it for single women or those unable to bear children — but not for same-sex couples or single men.”We have won! It’s an emotional day when Israel has finally taken a step towards the advanced countries in the world on rights for LGBT people,” Julien Bahloul, spokesperson for the Association of Israeli Gay Fathers, said in a statement. Bahloul launched an appeal against the law in 2018.”We are happy that the supreme court has made this courageous and just decision,” he added.The court said Thursday that parliament “has 12 months to put an end to the discrimination against same-sex couples and single men”.The decision comes just days before a general election in Israel, a country considered a trailblazer for gay rights but where same-sex relationships remain a taboo among religious conservatives.Parties allied with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in particular ultra-Orthodox groups, are vehemently opposed to allowing surrogacy for LGBT people and single men.Netanyahu’s main rival Benny Gantz, head of the centrist Blue and White party, said that only a government led by him could put forward a law in line with the supreme court decision.Topics :last_img read more

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Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell names four candidates to replace struggling Unai Emery

first_imgLiverpool knocked Arsenal out of the Carabao Cup (Picture: Getty)Arsenal were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Liverpool on Wednesday. The match finished 5-5 after 90 minutes and the Reds held their nerve to emerge triumphant from the penalty shootout.Speaking after the match, Liverpool striker Divock Origi said: ‘At Anfield we’ve had a lot of special nights but this is another one.‘For the club and the team it was an important moment because there were a lot of young guys with a lot of energy, and we tried to make it a special night.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 30 Oct 2019 11:30 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link234Shares Comment Kevin Campbell believes Arsenal should sack Unai Emery (Picture: Getty)Campbell says Arsenal are ‘regressing’ under Emery and picked out Massimiliano Allegri, Luis Enrique, Mikel Arteta and Patrick Vieira as possible candidates to replace the Spanish boss.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTSpeaking to AFTV, the former Arsenal star said: ‘What has Unai Emery done to make us better?‘I used to back managers, but I don’t back managers anymore because it’s wrong. When you back managers, you get stuck with that manager. And I don’t want to be stuck to any managers.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‘I want Arsenal to progress and to be able to go and challenge. I don’t see it! So, I am calling out Unai Emery, right now because I am not seeing that.‘I think we’re regressing. In my opinion, Unai Emery, thanks for trying, but we’re going to go a different direction.‘The board should be getting him out and getting in someone like an Allegri or someone of that ilk. Luis Enrique, I like Luis Enrique – people even mentioned Arteta. What about Patrick Vieira?’center_img Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell names four candidates to replace struggling Unai Emery Advertisement Unai Emery is under huge pressure at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell believes Unai Emery should be sacked and has named four potential replacements for the under-fire manager at the Emirates.Emery is under huge pressure at Arsenal, with his side winning just one of their last four Premier League fixtures to slip to fifth in the table.A number of pundits have questioned whether Arsenal have even improved since Arsene Wenger left last year and the Gunners suffered a penalty shootout defeat to a much-changed Liverpool side in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.last_img read more

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How Arsenal’s squad has reacted to Mikel Arteta’s first training sessions

first_imgHow Arsenal’s squad has reacted to Mikel Arteta’s first training sessions Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 24 Dec 2019 1:03 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.7kShares Mikel Arteta will take charge of Arsenal for the first time at Bournemouth on Boxing Day (Picture: Getty)Mikel Arteta has left a positive impression on some of the more sceptical members of Arsenal’s first team squad following his initial training sessions.The former club captain’s appointment as Unai Emery’s permanent successor was finally confirmed last week, and the 37-year-old watched from the stands as Arsenal laboured to a goalless draw at Everton last weekend.Arteta officially started his new role on Sunday and has led several training sessions ahead of Arsenal’s next fixture against Bournemouth on Boxing Day.According to the Athletic, via the Ornstein and Chapman podcast, several senior players were dubious about Arteta’s credentials given his lack of experience.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTPierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s brother even tweeted his dismay over the decision to install Pep Guardiola’s former assistant at Manchester City as the new head coach. Comment Bournemouth v Arsenal: Mikel Arteta pre-match press conferenceTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 9:07FullscreenBournemouth v Arsenal: Mikel Arteta pre-match press conferencehttps://metro.co.uk/video/bournemouth-v-arsenal-mikel-arteta-pre-match-press-conference-2075672/This is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.But Arteta’s start in his new job is said to have impressed some of the doubters in the ranks, while he immediately attempted to assert his authority during a rondo exercise.Several players tried to outwit their teammates using tricks and flicks, but Arteta bluntly pointed out ‘You don’t do this during the match, so why are you doing it now?’Arteta is still putting his backroom team together, meanwhile, with the likes of former Everton No.2 Steve Round and Brentford goalkeeping coach Inaki Cava Pavon likely to join imminently.Current Wales No.2 Albert Stuivenberg is also a target, while Freddie Ljungberg, who had been holding the fort on an interim basis following Emery’s departure, has been invited to stay on.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‘I spoke to Freddie after the [Everton] game,’ Arteta confirmed on Monday. ‘I told him my idea and the people I wanted to bring to form my coaching staff, their roles and responsibilities of each of them.‘I wanted to know what he was feeling, I wanted to know what he had in mind, what his expectations were. We talked and we made a decision that the best thing was for him to stay with us.‘I think he knows the players, he knows the situation, he knows the history of where we’re coming from and also his knowledge of the game is going to really help us to be better.’MORE: Mikel Arteta wants to add Albert Stuivenberg to Arsenal coaching staffMORE: Arsenal have no option to recall William Saliba in January transfer window Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

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