Gary Neville defends Arsenal’s performance in defeat to Liverpool Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 24 Aug 2019 7:47 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link749Shares Advertisement Advertisement Neville felt there were plenty of positives for Arsenal to build on (Picture: Getty)‘I know it’s still a defeat but psychologically, I think even those Arsenal fans are still there, there have been times in the past when they’ve been walking out of here with 15-20 minutes to go, that’s not the case today.‘It sounds a little patronising when you’re a club as big as Arsenal to say there are positives when you’ve lost 3-1 but they are playing against a really good side. And I think this performance from Arsenal today will win a lot of away games this season.’After Torreira’s goal he added: ‘I think that’s a big, big goal that for Arsenal. It won’t get them anything out of the game, but it demonstrates a character and a personality that they’re going to keep going. It’s a good moment for Arsenal.’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 The former Manchester United defender believes there were plenty of positives (Picture: Getty)Gary Neville has defended Arsenal’s display against Liverpool despite suffering another heavy defeat at Anfield and believes they will win plenty of matches with that level of performance.The Gunners were ripped apart as Joel Matip scored from a corner and Mohamed Salah netted twice in a 3-1 win – the second finishing a brilliant team move – before substitute Lucas Torreira netted a late consolation goal.Arsenal have now failed to win on their last seven visits to Anfield, conceding 25 goals in the process, but Neville felt this performance was markedly different from previous implosions. Salah scored twice as Liverpool maintained their 100% start to the season (Picture: Getty)Speaking on commentary for Sky Sports while Arsenal still had a three-goal lead, he explained: ‘It’s difficult when you lose 3-0, it feels like you’ve taken a bit of a doing to take positives from it.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘But it feels like a… positive 3-0 defeat, if you could argue that. I’ve seen things today from Arsenal that I quite like.‘They are playing against a brilliant team, let’s be clear. They pushed Manchester City right to the end last season, a monstrous amount of points, and obviously won the Champions League, so we’re talking about one of the best in Europe.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‘And that’s told today but from an Arsenal point of view we’re talking about building block by block. And I don’t mind what I’ve seen. Arsenal fans behind the goal might see it differently travelling back to London having lost 3-0. But I think over the season it will bear out that they will do okay.‘It’s the manner of the performance sometimes with Arsenal in the past we’ve been critical of. I’ve not seen that today, they are still going, they’ve not left anything in the changing room, it’s all out there on the pitch.
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11 23. Emre Can (holding midfielder) 11 11 11 12. Joe Gomez (left back) 7. James Milner (midfield) 11 6. Dejan Lovren (centre back) 9. Christian Benteke (striker) 10. Philippe Coutinho (left side attack) 11 2. Nathaniel Clyne (right back) – take a look at the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above! And let us know what you think of our predicted team by leaving a comment below 11 11 14. Jordan Henderson (midfield) 11 11 11. Roberto Firmino (right side attack) 37. Martin Skrtel (centre back) 11 22. Simon Mignolet (goalkeeper) Liverpool host Bournemouth tonight in the Premier League, marking the Reds’ first home game of the 2015/16 season.Victory for Brendan Rodgers’ team would give them two wins from two and put them ahead of potential top four rivals Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham in the table.The opening round of fixtures saw Liverpool earn a hard fought three points at Stoke City. While the performance was far from sparkling, the 1-0 result was more than welcome considering the 6-1 thrashing the Reds had been handed by the same opposition less than three months previously.Now the hope among Kopites is that the newly promoted Bournemouth will be swept aside with the kind of attacking intent that Liverpool demonstrated in their 2013/14 title challenge.‘Outplay Liverpool? Nonsense! Our aim is to win at Anfield’ says Bournemouth bossBut who will Rodgers select to start against the Cherries? Take a look at our possible line up above and let us know what starting XI you would pick by leaving a comment below.Brendan Rodgers discusses sending Liverpool signing on loan
SOUTH BAY: Man violated a new law that bans convicted felons from places where children congregate. By Denise Nix STAFF WRITER While sex offender Richard Gibbons was under police surveillance for about six hours this week, he drove to about a dozen elementary schools, including two in the South Bay. Before the law took effect, sex offenders could go onto school campuses – unless they had been specifically ordered to stay away. Von Helmolt said the legislation closed a gap that left children vulnerable to predators. “He is not on probation or parole, and his being on school grounds would have been perfectly fine in the eyes of the law,” Von Helmolt said. When Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill 1128, penned by Sen. Elaine Alquist, D-Santa Clara, and Sen. Chuck Poochigian, R-Fresno, he said it would give law enforcement better tools to catch and convict high-risk sex offenders. Other provisions of the law set the prison term for raping a child at 25 years to life and toughened penalties for possession of child pornography and Internet predators. Gibbons, who is being held on $50,000 bail, pleaded not guilty in Torrance Superior Court on Thursday. He returns to court Oct. 25. He faces a maximum year in county jail if convicted. Gibbons was placed under surveillance by the Santa Monica Police Department. According to a police bulletin, Gibbons had been seen repeatedly since 2004 loitering around several areas of Santa Monica, including Clover Park. Additionally, he was spotted recently hanging around a residence in the 1100 block of Stanford Street in Santa Monica where three girls live, the police said. When confronted by neighbors, Gibbons fled in his 1983 red Volvo. Although a police spokesman was not available, it would seem officers placed Gibbons under surveillance as a result of that incident. The police bulletin states that Gibbons is “drawn to elementary school-age children, particularly girls.” It is not known what other schools he drove to while under surveillance. Gibbons, who listed his residence as Culver City on the state’s sex offender database, was ordered to register after he was convicted of molesting a 9-year-old girl in 2002, Von Helmolt said. Details about that crime were not available. Gibbons also has a prior conviction and served a prison sentence for sexually assaulting a girl in Florida sometime in the 1980s, Von Helmolt added. email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.He usually parked his car outside the campuses and stayed inside, authorities said. But on Tuesday, when he allegedly parked his car in the school lot at Cowan Elementary School in Westchester, Gibbons violated a new state law. The Sex Offender Control and Containment Act, enacted last year, makes it a misdemeanor for anyone required to register as a sex offender to go onto school grounds without reason and written permission. The law also bans sex offenders from parks and other places where children congregate. Gibbons, 54, was arrested later that day outside Pacific Elementary School in Manhattan Beach, where he was allegedly masturbating inside his parked car. Gibbons was charged with a misdemeanor for going onto the Westchester campus and another for engaging in lewd conduct in a public place. Deputy District Attorney Christine Von Helmolt of the Torrance sex crimes unit said Gibbons displayed the type of behavior the new law was designed to curtail.