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  • Drive up and get your dairy

    first_imgThe Tioga County Farm Bureau, Tioga County Agricultural Resource Group, and Tioga County Soil and Water Conservation District will provide free milk and other dairy products Tuesday, May 5 at the Tioga County Fairgrounds. TIOGA COUNTY (WBNG) – If you’re concerned about going to the grocery store and exposing yourself to coronavirus, three different agencies in Tioga County are offering help Tuesday. Volunteers will provide two gallons of milk and one bag of yogurt and sour cream to each vehicle. The giveaway begins at 11:30 a.m. The Chenango Forks School District held a similar event in late April.center_img You can also donate at the event in order to help others. The giveaway will be held at the Elm Street entrance. You will see signs that will help direct traffic as you enter the grounds. You are urged to stay in your vehicle.last_img read more

  • How Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin can help Unai Emery follow Jurgen Klopp’s tactical blueprint at Arsenal

    first_img Oliver Young-MylesTuesday 24 Sep 2019 1:53 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.6kShares Hector Bellerin supplied five assists in 19 Premier League appearances last season (Picture: Getty)Despite featuring only 19 times in the Premier League last season, Bellerin enjoyed his equal-best number of league assists set in 2015-16 with five. In that campaign, Bellerin averaged an assist every 648 minutes whereas last term it was one every 307 minutes, highlighting his increased productivity.Evolving to a 4-3-3With Tierney and Bellerin set to usurp Sead Kolasinac and Ainsley Maitland-Niles respectively once they are up to speed, there will be a temptation for Emery to stick with a more settled system than he has during the opening 15-months of his Arsenal tenure.Kolasinac, similarly to Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso, has all the attributes of an attack-minded wing-back while lacking the requisite defensive nous to play at full-back, while Maitland-Niles is naturally a box-to-box midfielder who has been pressed into action in defence. Sunday’s game against Aston Villa illustrated his shortcomings in the role.In contrast, Tierney and Bellerin are specialists in their particular positions and while both like to join in with attacks, their return to the team should help settle down Arsenal’s back four. Given the personnel in his squad, replicating Klopp’s favoured 4-3-3 system at Liverpool would appear to suit Emery’s key players without compromising his philosophy with and without the ball.AdvertisementIndeed, after setting Arsenal out in a 4-2-3-1 formation for their opening two matches against Newcastle and Burnley before switching to a 4-3-1-2 against Liverpool, Emery finally deployed a 4-3-3 system against Spurs which crucially saw Nicolas Pepe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette start together for the first time. Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin are back in full training at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)‘Nobody wants to grow up to be a Gary Neville.’Jamie Carragher’s disparaging comments to his Monday Night Football co-pundit a few seasons ago might have been made in jest, yet there was some truth to his words. For a long time, the full-back positions were generally regarded to be the least glamorous roles on the pitch, although left-back was generally considered more exotic than Neville’s natural right-back position.Whether Carragher would make that remark now is questionable given the role Liverpool’s adventurous full-backs have played in the club’s success over the past 18 months. There are probably plenty of Scousers or Glaswegians growing up wanting to be Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson.AdvertisementAdvertisementAlthough the Premier League has been home to notable attacking full-back pairings down the years – Seamus Coleman and Leighton Baines at Everton and Kyle Walker and Danny Rose at Spurs to name a couple – Alexander-Arnold and Robertson have revolutionised the role further.ADVERTISEMENTPremier League assists from full-backs since August 2018Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)14Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)13Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea)7Sead Kolasinac (Arsenal)6Ricardo Pereira (Leicester City)6Jose Holebas (Watford)6Lucas Digne (Everton)6 Share The creative onus placed on Liverpool’s full-backs by Jurgen Klopp is rather unique and given the success of the tactic, is likely to be replicated by other Premier League managers. Unai Emery, in particular, might be tempted to follow Klopp’s tactical blueprint following the return to fitness of Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney.Both players have been sidelined during Arsenal’s opening fixtures, with Bellerin recovering from a cruciate knee ligament injury sustained in January and Tierney, a £25m summer signing from Celtic, also working his way back after a double hernia operation in May.📸 What a sight! 😍 pic.twitter.com/IjqvRpyK0u— Arsenal (@Arsenal) September 12, 2019 The pair, who already seem pretty chummy off the pitch, are now closing in on their respective comebacks having both featured for an hour for Arsenal’s development side against Wolves on Friday and Emery has hinted that they could be involved for the senior’s against Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup.Dynamism out wideFew would have predicted that Robertson would emerge as one of Liverpool’s most influential players when he joined for £8m from relegated Hull City in 2017 but the Scotsman has developed into one of the finest left-backs in Europe with his energy and pinpoint delivery from wide areas proving a huge hit at Anfield.Like Robertson, Tierney can stretch the game through his lung-busting forays into the final third. Although there is a general feeling in Scotland that Tierney is the better defender and Robertson the better attacker, the former did provide 25 assists in 97 Scottish Premiership games for Celtic, highlighting his attacking potential.Former Scotland international Pat Nevin even rates him as a superior player, saying last month: ‘I would have Tierney over Andrew Robertson and we know how good he has been for Liverpool. It’s typical, isn’t it? Scotland wait years for world-class players and then they get two in the same position.’ Comment Advertisement How Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin can help Unai Emery follow Jurgen Klopp’s tactical blueprint at Arsenal Advertisement Dani Ceballos admitted he has never seen a team ‘press better’ than Liverpool did at Anfield (Picture: Getty)Sprinkle a bit of stardust into the mix in the form of the wonderful Dani Ceballos and Emery has an industrious creator tailor-made to play in the No.8 position, alongside more defensive-minded players such as Guendouzi or Torreira.AdvertisementSpeaking after Arsenal’s 3-1 defeat to Liverpool in August, Ceballos said: ‘I’ve never seen anything like what I saw at Anfield; I haven’t seen a team that plays better, that presses like them, the way the fans carry them along. They take the air from you.’Over time, Klopp transformed Liverpool into an organised pressing machine and Emery has set about assembling a squad with younger players that can carry out similar instructions. Tierney and Bellerin, therefore, should be key to Arsenal’s tactical progression moving forward.How Arsenal could line-up Andrew Robertson and Kieran Tierney are international teammates for Scotland (Picture: Getty)Although Robertson and Tierney possess similar skill-sets, the differences between Alexander-Arnold and Bellerin are more pronounced. In Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool essentially have a creative midfielder playing at right-back such is the quality of his delivery. Only Kevin De Bruyne has created more chances than the Liverpool defender this season.AdvertisementAdvertisementNo other team in the top-six possesses a full-back with Alexander-Arnold’s skill-set, yet that isn’t to say that Bellerin can’t be equally as influential to Arsenal as the England international is to Liverpool down the right flank.Whereas Alexander-Arnold tends to whip his crosses into the penalty area from deeper areas, Bellerin’s biggest attacking asset is his searing pace which he uses to good effect, providing an overlapping option out wide and cutbacks from the byline. Aubameyang, Lacazette and Pepe started together for the first time during the north London derby (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have attempted to redress the balance of their squad in recent transfer windows, but their best players remain at the top end of the pitch. Consequently, it is Emery’s job to devise a strategy that maximises the capabilities of the front three and playing a 4-3-3 seems the obvious way to do that.Like with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane at Liverpool, Aubameyang and Pepe were fielded as inverted wingers against Spurs, playing on the flank opposite to their favoured foot – Aubameyang played off the left and Pepe from the right.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 CityBy setting the team up in this fashion, there is a responsibility on the full-backs to provide width when the wingers drift infield which is what Robertson and Alexander-Arnold have managed to do over the past couple of seasons, freeing up space for Salah and Mane to inflict damage from inside the penalty area.Further back the pitch, there is a clear strategy at play in re-energising Arsenal’s midfield with talented young players who can press high and aggressively, with Mateo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira and Joe Willock – all of whom are 23 and under – featuring prominently this season. How Arsenal could line up in Liverpool’s favoured 4-3-3 systemMore: 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 Arsenallast_img read more

  • Odell Beckham Jr. on Giants trading him to Browns: ‘They thought they’d send me here to die’

    first_imgThe Giants are “stuck in an older mindset,” Beckham said, but clarified that he’s not taking any “shots — just speaking facts.”Beckham will have to wait until 2020 to play his former team as the two are set to play against each other at MetLife Stadium. Bears, Browns receiving most bets to win Super Bowl Even though the Browns finished with a 1-15 record in 2016 and 0-16 in 2017, Cleveland bounced back to end last year 7-8-1 after the team fired coach Hue Jackson midseason. Now, Freddie Kitchens is at the helm and Beckham believes he will work well under his new coach and alongside quarterback Baker Mayfield, who has already shown support for the receiver and defended him against criticism. “I’ve never had that before,” he said.Beckham also addressed his old quarterback Eli Manning, saying they were “cool” but not friends. He described their relationship as teammates who didn’t “hang out outside” of football. He did rip into the Giants’ offense briefly as he said the coaches tended to only feature him on third downs and the schemes never played into his abilities.  Suspended Giants wide receiver Golden Tate in concussion protocolcenter_img Beckham opened up about the move, explaining that he got a call from Giants general manager Dave Gettleman when he was going to a restaurant in Paris and knew Gettleman was going to tell him he was being traded. Beckham said the conversation lasted just seconds. Beckham also claims that the Giants, who got right guard Kevin Zeitler, safety Jabrill Peppers, Cleveland’s 2019 first-round pick (No. 17 overall) and a 2019 third-round pick (No. 95 overall) in return for Beckham and Olivier Vernon,  “received better offers and still chose to send him to Cleveland, out of spite, hoping to stain his career with the enduring stigma that comes with playing for the Browns.” Beckham said he was never asked about his preferred trade destinations.  Related News Odell Beckham Jr. believes the Giants’ decision to trade him to the Browns during the offseason was “personal.”“This wasn’t no business move,” Beckham said in a wide-ranging piece by Sports Illustrated published Tuesday. “They thought they’d send me here to die.”last_img read more