Ex-Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger trolls Tottenham fans in Madrid ahead of Champions League final

first_imgEx-Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger trolls Tottenham fans in Madrid ahead of Champions League final Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 1 Jun 2019 5:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link165Shares Advertisementcenter_img Arsene Wenger was mingling with Tottenham fans before the Champions League final (Twitter)Arsene Wenger has reminded everyone that he remains Arsenal through and through as he wore his club tracksuit bottoms in a hotel full of Tottenham supporters on the day of their Champions League final against Liverpool.The Gunners’ season ended in disappointment this week as Unai Emery’s side suffered a 4-1 defeat to Chelsea in the Europa League final.Arsenal now face the prospect of another campaign in the Europa League as winning the final was their last chance to secure a place in next season’s Champions League.And the week could get even worse for Arsenal fans as their north London rivals are one game away from being crowned champions of Europe.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWenger is in Madrid for the match at the Wanda Metropolitano as he is on punditry duty alongside Jose Mourinho for beIN Sports.Badge is the other side but this is the only photo I can find ❤️ pic.twitter.com/bknaICWuLD— Onset (@OnsetMTH) June 1, 2019But on the morning of the game, Wenger was mingling with Tottenham fans in Madrid whilst proudly wearing his Arsenal trackies.Wenger stepped down after 22 years in charge of Arsenal at the end of last season.And the 69-year-old admitted last month that he might not manage another club after enjoying his time away from football.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‘Originally I said I want to manage straight away again. After that I thought maybe I’ll take a little distance,’ said Wenger.‘ came to the conclusion that I want to share what I learned in my life. Because life is only useful if at some stage you share what you know.‘I will go back into football for sure. In what position I don’t know, whether that is as a manager or not. The appetite, the desire, is still there.’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

Maersk drillship’s gig with Tullow cut short

first_imgDanish offshore drilling contractor Maersk Drilling has received a notification from Tullow Oil of early termination for convenience of the drilling contract for the drillship Maersk Venturer.Maersk Drilling said in a statement on Tuesday that the drillship Maersk Venturer has been working for Tullow offshore Ghana since February 2018.The contract, signed in late 2017, was for development drilling on the Jubilee and TEN fields offshore Ghana. It was expected to end in February 2022. However, following Tullow’s early termination decision, the rig is now expected to end the contract in June 2020.As a consequence of the termination, Maersk Drilling’s revenue contract backlog is reduced by $175 million covering the period from the end of the contract to February 2022.Subject to commercial prospects, Maersk Drilling said it would take measures to reduce Maersk Venturer’s operating costs following the end of the contract.Maersk Drilling maintains the profitability guidance for 2020 of EBITDA before special items of $325-375 million.last_img read more

Critic and Seabass impress

first_img The Willie Mullins-trained Make Your Mark was the 4-6 market leader for his seasonal reappearance on the strength of some smart novice form last term, with Dermot Weld’s Rock Critic next best at 9-4 after winning on his hurdling bow at last year’s Galway Festival. The two disputed the running, but it was clear before the home turn that Robbie McNamara was travelling far better and Rock Critic eased clear once straightened up for home, safely negotiating the last couple of obstacles to seal victory by three-and-a-quarter lengths to make it two from two over timber. Rock Critic was an impressive winner of the Racegoer’s 25 Euros Package Hurdle at Fairyhouse as last year’s John Smith’s Grand National third Seabass made a fine return to action in second place. Ted Walsh’s Seabass ran a tremendous race on his first appearance since his superb Aintree performance last spring. The 10-year-old was predictably outpaced over this two-mile trip, but stayed on strongly in the straight to grab the runner-up spot from a rather disappointing Make Your Mark. Rock Critic was cut to 12-1 by Stan James for the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, but Weld warned he was not a certain starter at Cheltenham. The trainer said: “He did what I thought he would do. He knows his job and he jumps well. He would much prefer better ground. “We’ve no definite plan – we’ll speak to the owners. He’s entered in Cheltenham but at the moment I see him as a Punchestown/Fairyhouse horse. “We didn’t plan to get there so soon, but his jumping took him there – he jumped like a stag.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more