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Watch Snarky Puppy’s Shaun Martin Sit-In With The Main Squeeze In NOLA

first_imgLast week, The Main Squeeze was posted up in the Big Easy, joining the other hundreds of musicians who flocked to the city for New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. On May 3rd, the band took to Blue Nile, to celebrate the festival and the city. During their performance, as is the Jazz Fest way, a special guest came out and joined them — Shaun Martin of Snarky Puppy — sitting in on keys for part of their performance.The Main Squeeze,Spafford, Aqueous, And More To Play First Ever Canyon Jam At The MishawakaToday, The Main Squeeze just released a video of this collaboration via their “Squeeze Cam,” giving us folks a chance to see part of their performance from the stage looking out at the crowd. You can check out the video of Shaun Martin’s sit-in below.last_img read more

Gary Neville slams Arsenal’s ‘uncoachable’ players after Unai Emery’s sacking

first_imgGary Neville says Sokratis and David Luiz are ‘uncoachable’ (Getty Images)‘The recruitment at Arsenal has been strange for a number of years, they haven’t got it right in a number of areas.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘There’s two things they need to do – get their recruitment right but second put someone in place who can live through these difficult times and transition from a difficult moment to a good moment.‘You think of the job Mauricio Pochettino did at Tottenham it wasn’t the best squad when he took over but he was able to manipulate that squad for not a lot of money into something very good. Essentially Arsenal need that same type of person who is capable of doing that.’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 Advertisement Comment Gary Neville slams Arsenal’s ‘uncoachable’ players after Unai Emery’s sacking Unai Emery has failed to register a win in Arsenal’s last seven games (Reuters)‘I don’t know who has been responsible for recruitment over the last few years, but if I was on the board at Arsenal I would be giving them a right rocketing.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘There’s no way Emery is telling [David] Luiz to step up two, three times to catch a player offside, or even some of the hideous things you see from other defenders.‘You see what happened with [Granit] Xhaka the other week, Emery is a man of honour and this runs far deeper than just the coach.‘He might be feeling quite happy to leave behind what is quite simply an average bunch of players.’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 CityNeville also suggested that Arsenal’s recruitment strategy needs a drastic improvement and believes the club need to appoint a long-term manager who can ‘live through these difficult times’.‘The first thing a board should do when they sack a manager is reflect upon what they’ve done and reflect upon how they’ve gone about things – what do we need to do to make sure that we’re not in this position in the future so Arsenal fans are happy?‘What Arsenal have always been is quite responsible in their decision making, always been loyal, there might have been the odd moment where they weren’t, but generally it’s been a football club that’s been run well and always had a steady ship.‘It’ll be interesting to see now whether because of the long reign of Arsene Wenger and now they’ve sacked a manager in a quick time after it, whether they get caught on the roundabout and spinning for the next few years. Freddie Ljungberg has been named as Arsenal’s new interim manager (Getty Images)‘That will be something I’m sure they are working hard to resist. The main thing the Arsenal board need to do is ensure they are not sacking another manager in 12-18 months, then sacking another, because it just will not work.‘It’ll cost them more money, not just in sacking the manager and their respective [coaching] teams, but also in terms of recruitment idea and the players who are brought in.‘I’d imagine a new manager now will come in and want to wipe out half of that dressing room. That costs money, and the reality is they want to bring their own players in, and they should do as well. Gary Neville has hit out at Arsenal’s players after Unai Emery’s departure (Sky Sports)Gary Neville claims Arsenal’s players have been ‘uncoachable’ under Unai Emery following the Gunners’ decision to sack the Spaniard on Friday.Emery was dismissed at the club’s training ground during a meeting on Friday morning just hours after his side slipped to a 2-1 defeat at home to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League.Arsenal, who have appointed Freddie Ljungberg as Emery’s interim replacement, are now without a win in seven games in all competitions, their worst run of form since February 1992.But Neville believes Arsenal’s defenders are to blame for Emery’s departure.ADVERTISEMENT‘It has been messy, let’s be clear about this, these defenders like [Shkodran] Mustafi, Sokratis and [David] Luiz are uncoachable,’ Neville told Sky Sports News. Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 29 Nov 2019 1:22 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.8kShareslast_img read more

Fierce Battle Loading for the Final Ten Tickets

first_imgAlready Qualified Teams: *Egypt *Cote d’Ivoire *Ghana *Nigeria *Algeria *Morocco *Tunisia *Senegal *Guinea *Mali *Uganda *Kenya *Madagascar *MauritaniaThe 24 countries to play at the Total 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt will be known at the end of this weekend when the final round of qualifiers are played across the continent.While some slots have already been taken before the final round of qualifiers, several others are still to be decided as some groups are delicately poised with plenty to play for in the matches scheduled to begin today through Sunday. The final ten places for the competition will be decided as Burundi, Comoros and Lesotho will be chasing history by grabbing their places in Africa’s flagship competition for the first time, following in the footsteps of Madagascar and Mauritania.This means 14 countries have already qualified for the competition going into the final round of matches with several heavyweights sealing their places in advance.Seven-time champions Egypt, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Senegal as well as Guinea, Mali, Uganda, Kenya and the two newcomers to have already confirmed their places.However, some of Africa’s top sides like Cameroon, DR Congo, Burkina Faso, Gabon and Congo have all to do in the final round of matches.The match between Cameroon and the Comoros will decide who joins already-qualified Morocco from Group B as Malawi are unable to go through.In Group G all the four teams have got a chance of qualifying with DR Congo hosting Liberia while Congo travel to Harare to face Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe lead the group with eight points, one ahead of Liberia while DR Congo and Congo have six and five points respectively.Group K is also wide open as three sides are battling for the two slots. Guinea Bissau and Namibia have eight points each with Mozambique on seven points. Os Mambas will make a trip to Bissau while Namibia travels to Zambia who cannot qualify.With Mali taking Group C’s first ticket, a fierce battle will take place when Burundi welcomes Gabon with the hosts needing just a draw to qualify for the first time. Burundi are second with 9 points while their opponents are two points adrift in third place.Another tough assignment is in Group I where Angola (9 points) and Burkina Faso (7 points) will slug it out for last ticket. Angola’s Palancas Negras travel to face Botswana while Burkina Faso host Mauritania who have already qualified.Also in a similar position in Group D where Algeria have already secured their place which leaves Benin (seven points) battling Gambia and Togo, with five points each, for the other slot.Three teams will also be battling for Group L’s remaining slot as Tanzania, Lesotho and Cape Verde all have a chance of qualifying with Uganda already sealing their place.With Nigeria taking Group E’s first ticket, South Africa must avoid a defeat against Libya to qualify.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more