Unai Emery warns Arsenal ahead of Wolverhampton clash

first_imgOn the eve of Arsenal’s Premier League showdown against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Unai Emery went public to praise his forthcoming opponentThe Gunners’ have been outstanding this season in spite of a bad start, having wrapped up twelve triumphs in the previous fifteen matches across all competitions.The former Sevilla boss is poised to see his side extending an impressive 15-game lossless streak, as they prepare to host the Premier League returnees Wolverhampton.Speaking of their next rivals, Emery hailed Wolves’ talent and discipline, urging his players to keep improving their performance.“They have discipline but also talented players, like at Wolves. I know that each match here is very difficult and we need to prepare so that we can continue to get better to produce a big performance every day,” he told the Birmingham Mail.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“It’s about thinking of the next match after finishing the game in the Europa League. Then what’s very important is the Premier League and to complete our process and our progress to be in the best position.”Emery also showed appreciation for Nuno Espirito Santo, whom he challenged during their spell in the Spanish La Liga.“He’s a good coach with experience.”“Every coach from Portugal, in my experience, is very competitive and they are very organized coaches.”last_img read more

Swoops bright magenta livery makes a splash with new pics video

first_imgSwoop’s bright magenta livery makes a splash with new pics, video << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by CALGARY — WestJet’s ultra low-cost carrier Swoop has reached another milestone with the release of the carrier’s first official livery photos and a time-lapse video of the aircraft being painted.Emblazoned with the magenta Swoop logo, and magenta-accented tailfin and winglets, the aircraft is the first of six Boeing 737-800NGs to be delivered this year.Steven Greenway, Swoop President and CEO, says: “The phenomenal team at Swoop has been working tirelessly towards our first flights and everything is ‘GO’ for Swoop to take to the skies on June 20.”The Boeing 737-800NGs are known for reliability and fuel efficiency, with blended winglet technology to improve performance and reduce fuel burn by up to 4%. Greenway says optimizing efficiencies while minimizing maintenance and operating costs is an important cornerstone of Swoop’s ultra-low-cost business model.Each aircraft will have 189 seats including 39 extra legroom seats offering an additional 4-6 inches of space. The aircraft interior features ‘pop of colour’ accents like embossed leather headrest covers, and bullnose strips. The aircraft interior is also outfitted with amenities including in-seat power, fully adjustable headrests, WiFi connectivity and in-flight entertainment.Swoop has named its first aircraft #Hamilton as a nod to its first airport base at John C. Munro International Airport in Hamilton, ON. Swoop plans to name the first four aircraft after people and places that have been integral in the journey to launch.With two more aircraft scheduled for delivery in 2018 Swoop says its partners and travellers can expect an aircraft naming contest later this year. Sharecenter_img Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Tags: Livery, Swoop, WestJet Michael Smith last_img read more