Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slammed by Borussia Dortmund chief

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slammed by Borussia Dortmund chief Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 2 Oct 2019 2:37 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.6kSharescenter_img Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is in red hot goalscoring form for Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been accused of moving to Arsenal simply to boost his bank balance, according to Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke.The Gabon international swapped the Bundesliga for the Premier League in January 2018 and has subsequently enhanced his reputation as one of Europe’s most lethal goalscorers.Despite his excellence, Aubameyang’s goals have failed to fire Arsenal back into the Champions League, while Dortmund have thrived in his absence, building a new-look attack around the qualities of England’s Jadon Sancho and former Barcelona flop Paco Alcacer.Dortmund are back in Champions League action tonight against Slavia Prague having held Barcelona to a goalless draw on matchday one, and Watzke believes Aubameyang will be watching on enviously.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Aubameyang, who plays great at Arsenal, will probably be warm-hearted when he looks at his bank account, but on Wednesdays, will be saddened when he has to watch the Champions League on television,’ Watzke told Suddeutsche Zeitung.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‘Some go to clubs because of this money, where they have not played Champions League for years.’Arsenal, meanwhile, are back in Europa League action tomorrow against Standard Liege and manager Unai Emery is imploring his club’s to embrace the competition.He said: ‘I want to feel that not just me loves this competition, that everybody loves it. We want to do something important. It’s one title, one way to the Champions League.‘We are going to play very good matches, we started against a great team, playing a very good match away. The response of the young players was amazing, one example is Bukayo.‘Standard Liege are second in their domestic competition, we respect them a lot.’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 Advertisementlast_img read more

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Queensland’s most popular streets: Why everyone wants to live here

first_imgThis house at 50 Dauphin Tce, Highgate Hill, is on the market for $11m. To meet the data requirements, the streets needed at least five listings onsite over the three-year period.Dauphin Terrace, just 2.5km from Brisbane’s CBD, has attracted plenty of attention recently because of a waterfront mansion that is currently on the market for an eye-watering $11 million. The trophy home at 50 Dauphin Tce has two street frontage, two self-contained guest quarters, 60m river frontage, a pontoon for a 60m vessel, seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, parking for five cars, a 23m gas-heated pool, four separate decks, an electronic boat lift and a boathouse. This house at 17 Glauca St, Burleigh Heads, is for sale.Streets in Tugun, Currumbin Waters and Mermaid Waters are also in demand among home hunters.In Brisbane, Ashfield Street in East Brisbane is the third most sought-after street in Queensland, according to realestate.com.au.A luxury, Hamptons-style new build in the street sold for $4 million last year. MORE: New home hot spots revealed This house at 10 Morgan St, Ascot, is for sale.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoDalma Street in Norman Park, in Brisbane’s inner east, is also one of the state’s most in-demand suburbs.Alison and Matthew Clayton have lived in their house at 10 Dalma Street for the past five years since moving from Sydney to Brisbane for work.The family is now downsizing as the kids have almost flown the coup, but they are reluctant to leave.“I’m not surprised at all (that it’s one of the most popular streets) and now the secret’s going to be out,” Mrs Clayton said.“One of the best things about living here would be the great mix of families — it’s just a lovely family-orientated street.“We’ve even met our senior of the street, Les, who’s in his 80s.“He and his wife and family were one of the first to move here when the street was brand new and he’s still here so must love it.”Mrs Clayton said they had Perth Street Park on their doorstep, where children loved to play and dogs could let loose in the offleash area.“Just up the hill from the park is Camp Hill Bowls Club, so we can stroll up the hill to the bowls club whenever we like,” she said.Marketing agent Tammy Dale of Place – Bulimba said Dalma Street was a cul-de-sac and “extremely popular” among families because it was in sought-after school catchment zones.“It’s also proximity to the city and the Gateway (motorway),” Ms Dale said.“It is fairly tightly-held — people don’t move as often in those pockets because once they get in with the school catchment, they want to stay put.”QUEENSLAND’S 20 MOST POPULAR STREETS FOR BUYERS Street Name Suburb Postcode 1. Dauphin Terrace Highgate Hill 4101 2. Ladds Ridge Road Burleigh Heads 4220 3. Ashfield Street East Brisbane 41694. Glauca Street Burleigh Heads 42205. Bronhill Street Currumbin Waters 42236. Timana Avenue Mermaid Waters 42187. Bridgeman Road Bridgeman Downs 40358. Hethorn Street Coorparoo 41519. Dobell Street Indooroopilly 406810. Morgan Street Ascot 400711. Matilda Street Burleigh Heads 422012. French Street Tugun 422413. Dalma Street Norman Park 417014. Greycliffe Street Mount Gravatt East 412215. Anzac Road Eudlo 455416. Harefield Street Indooroopilly 406817. Sirec Way Burleigh Heads 422018. Merion Place Carindale 415219. Euree Street Kenmore 406920. Cowell Drive Burleigh Heads 4220(Source: Realestate.com.au) Dauphin Terrace in Highgate Hill is the most in-demand street in Queensland for home buyers, according to Realestate.com.au.The so-called ‘Great Gatsby’ mansion sits on almost 4000 sqm of prime real estate — a site where General Douglas MacArthur once led the Pacific campaign.The popular beachside hub of Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast has five streets in the top 20 most sought-after list, including Glauca Street, where a five-bedroom house is currently for sale for offers over $650,000.center_img This house at 7 Ashfield St, East Brisbane, sold for $4m. Bridgeman Road in Bridgeman Downs is renowned for its prestige homes on large blocks of land, which is perhaps why it is number seven on the list of most popular streets in the state.A seven-bedroom house on 1ha of land is on the market right now for offers over $2.25 million. Morgan Street in the blue-chip suburb of Ascot rounds out the top 10.A luxury home in the sought-after street has been on the market since 2016 and is currently rented for the highest rental price in Brisbane’s history of $5500 a week. Alison and Matthew Clayton and son Sean at their Norman Park home. Picture: Peter Wallis.IT sits high above the Brisbane River, offers its residents complete privacy and is home to one of the city’s most extravagant properties. Dauphin Terrace in Highgate Hill has been revealed as the 11th most sought-after street in the country among prospective home buyers — and the most popular street in Queensland.New analysis from online property portal, Realestate.com.au, has uncovered the most in-demand streets for buyers in Australia, based on views per property listing over the past three years. RELATED: Iconic riverfront home sellslast_img read more

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ORPC Begins RivGen Set Up in Alaska

first_imgORPC has started the RivGen device set up on the ground in Igiugig Village, Alaska.The RivGen device will generate clean, predictable, renewable power from the Kvichak River, and send it to the remote community’s microgrid, offsetting its diesel fuel use by 50%.Earlier this month U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski welcomed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approval of the project in Alaska.The Igiugig Village Council is the first tribal entity in the United States to achieve this approval.FERC approval was achieved through the agency’s pilot license process, established to encourage development of innovative hydrokinetic technology.Furthermore, ÉireComposites completed the turbines for ORPC’s RivGen system in the beginning of June.This first commercial system will be installed in the Kvichak River at Igiugig this summer.last_img read more

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