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Monday, February 27, 2012

Gunners news: Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham

Theo Walcott double caps sensational derby win as Gunners seal comeback from two goals down

The winger helped the hosts move back into fourth spot at the Emirates after further goals from Rosicky, Sagna and Van Persie turned a stunning north London derby on its head

Arsenal staged a stunning comeback from two goals down to thrash bitter rivals Tottenham 5-2 at Emirates Stadium to reclaim fourth spot in the Premier League table.

The Gunners closed the gap to their north London neighbours to seven points with a victory that looked highly improbable after Louis Saha and former Arsenal man Emmanuel Adebayor put the visitors into a two-goal lead.

But Arsene Wenger’s men, under so much pressure, showed remarkable character to stage a stirring fightback and beat Spurs for the first time in five league meetings, providing a massive boost in their hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.

Bacary Sagna headed Arsenal back into the game before captain Robin van Persie struck superbly from 20 yards to make the score 2-2 at half-time. In a breathless second-half, Tomas Rosicky stabbed the hosts ahead before Theo Walcott capped the turnaround with two precise finishes.

To complete a miserable afternoon for Spurs, Scott Parker was sent-off three minutes from time for a second booking, a rash challenge on Vermaelen after he had booked in the first-half for a late tackle on Van Persie.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger sprung a surprise with his team selection, with Yossi Benayoun starting in midfield instead of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain while Kieran Gibbs started at right-back in place of the injured Per Mertesacker.

For Spurs, Adebayor was recalled to lead the line against his former club, with Younes Kaboul selected ahead of Michael Dawson to partner Ledley King in central defence.

Arsenal came into the game off the back all successive defeats to AC Milan and Sunderland - and they made the worst possible start as their bitter rivals took the lead after just four minutes.

A flowing move including Gareth Bale and Adebayor ended with Saha being sent clear as the Arsenal defence parted. The Frenchman appeared to have delayed too long before shooting, but his effort from just inside the penalty area took a huge deflection off Vermaelen and looped into the net.

Signs of discontent were evident in the Gunners crowd but the hosts responded strongly and should have equalised when the ball fell kindly for Van Persie but the Dutchman somehow shot wide of the post from 10 yards.

Arsenal were knocking on the door and once again thought they had equalised in the 22nd minute, but Spurs goalkeeper Brad Friedel defied his 40 years with a superb reaction save to keep out Rosicky’s glancing header from Van Persie’s corner.

At the other end, Harry Redknapp’s side served a reminder of their goal threat as Kyle Walker smashed a rocket just wide of the post following yet more confusion in the Arsenal penalty area.

In the 34th minute, Arsenal were punished for their lax defending when referee Mike Dean awarded a penalty after Bale went to ground, perhaps rather easily, under a challenge from Gibbs. Adebayor kept his cool to convert from the spot.

It seemed to stir Arsenal into action, the point from which the fear escaped from the Gunners players who have been so derided in the last couple of weeks. All of a sudden, one attack pulsed after another and Arsenal showed incredible spirit to fight back and draw the score level in three incredible minutes just before half-time.

Tottenham, perhaps too relaxed on their two-goal advantage, failed to react after Van Persie struck the post from a tight angle and Bacary Sagna was on hand to head home Mikel Arteta’s cross to put the hosts back in the game.

Three minutes later, a moment of genius levelled the scoreline. After picking up a poor clearance from Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Van Persie manipulated a yard of space before expertly curling the ball into the corner from 20 yards past the despairing Friedel.

The hosts started in similar fashion after the break, Yossi Benayoun almost immediately forcing Friedel into a fingertip save as he attempted to stroke the ball into the net from the left side of the penalty box.

And six minutes after the re-start, Arsenal took the lead through Rosicky. The Czech midfielder timed his run to perfection to flick home Sagna’s cross from the right.

The Arsenal swagger of old was back, as if from nowhere. “Harry for England,” chanted the home fans, taunting the Spurs manager.

Redknapp would have wanted the ground to swallow him up as the Gunners applied their boot to Tottenham’s neck. Walcott made it four in the 65th minute, racing through and clipping the ball into the net.

Three minutes later he was gifted acres of space to fire across Friedel and low into the corner: 5-2.

It is Tottenham who have been known for clawing back two-goal deficits in this fixture in recent years, but this was Arsenal’s turn.

A miserable afternoon for Spurs was completed in the 87th minute when Parker was shown red for a second booking, a clumsy challenge on Vermaelen.

The Spurs midfielder had no arguments with the referee’s decision. And his team could have no arguments with the result.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Madagascar Prison...

In Madagascar, I managed to get on a trip to a local jail. First, the chief refused to let, had to invent a legend, I want to give financial aid and improve the living conditions of prisoners. Bargained for improving the living conditions of the head - his kindness, he estimated at a modest $ 100. After an exchange of courtesies, he issued a security guard and ran into me.

01. Cottage is located next to the administration of the prison.

02. Sign In.

03. This room protection. The level of protection is very low, but as the chief says, the history was only one escape. In the village sit in the main prison inmates quiet. Afterward, many fear that in case of misconduct to be transferred to the metropolitan prison, where conditions are much worse.

04. Prison is a few huts, forming a large courtyard.

05. All the prisoners free time relaxing on the street.

06. This is a rural prison. Mode is not very strict. All dangerous offenders are sent to the capital - where conditions are much worse.

07. A total of three huts about 400 people.

08. Thugs:) A few years ago in a prison hit a resident of Krasnoyarsk. Vladimir Efremov was arrested in a national park, he found a rare species of butterfly. The result was a Russian in the stifling confinement of dozens of prisoners. Vladimir said that in the same cell with him sitting more than 85 people. In such a crowded and the heat can be easily infected with malaria or fever, but for Europeans, these tropical diseases can be fatal. Problems arose and nutrition. According to local laws, food, prisoners should bring friends and relatives.

09. In prison, there is nothing. If you do not have friends or relatives in the wild - then you die. Food, clothing, hygiene products - all must pass relatives. Parcels every Thursday, but for the money you can at least every day.



12. In the courtyard there is an old TV, which is very popular. The only entertainment.


14. Washbasins, showers and toilets. Take a shower at any time. It is very convenient in that heat.


16. Here is the hut inside.

17. As you can see, there's nothing there. They sleep on the bedding on the floor.

18. The kitchen.

19. Eat here mostly manioc (similar to potatoes).

20. Here's a soup.

21. Many are preparing themselves, especially when relatives gave food.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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Monday, February 13, 2012

Gunners news: Sunderland 1-2 Arsenal

Thierry Henry grabs dramatic late winner as Gunners fight back to go joint fourth

Thierry Henry says farewell to the Gunners in true Hollywood style by scoring late on to complete the comeback and seal all three points for the visitors

EPL - Sunderland v Arsenal, Alexandre Song and Thomas Vermaelen
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Arsenal legend Thierry Henry bade farewell to the Premier League in fairytale fashion with a 90th-minute winner as the Gunners came from behind to beat Sunderland 2-1.

Substitute Henry, playing in what could be his last ever Premier League game as he prepares to return to Major League Soccer with the New York Red Bulls, scored from close range to complete an impressive Arsenal fightback.

Arsenal had seemed to be heading for defeat when James McClean put Sunderland ahead but fellow substitute Aaron Ramsey equalised before Henry struck a dramatic winner.

The Gunners had been quickly into their stride and skipper Robin van Persie wasted a decent early opening following a slip by Michael Turner but he went for precision over power and Simon Mignolet saved comfortably.

The Gunners, who showed one change from the side that crushed Blackburn 7-1 with Bacary Sagna coming in for Francis Coquelin, remained on the front foot as Alex Song and Mikel Arteta dominated the midfield exchanges

Kieran Richardson had to resort to illegal means to halt Arsenal when Alex Song sent Sagna off down the wing and was booked for a poorly timed challenge as the full-back sped goalwards.

Theo Walcott came close to putting his side ahead midway through the first half when he was teed up by Van Persie but his angled shot went skidding past Mignolet’s far post.

Sunderland manager Martin O’Neill tried to halt Arsenal in their tracks by ordering his team to defend more deeply and the negative tactics worked because the visitors were unable to find the space necessary to get to Mignolet.

It was clear that Sunderland were ready to rely on counter-attacks and the ploy nearly worked. Indeed Arsenal hearts were in mouths when Black Cats fans called for a penalty after Per Mertesacker slipped and the ball bounced up on to his arm but referee Neil Swarbrick ignored their appeals.

Sunderland continued to invite Arsenal pressure but Wenger’s team lacked the creativity to unpick the defence and they almost paid the price at the other end when John O’Shea set his sights on goal following Craig Gardner’s deflected free-kick but he skied his shot over.

That seemed to invigorate Sunderland and Gardner went close to breaking the deadlock but his raking 25-yarder was pawed away by Wojciech Szczesny.

Thierry Henry was sent on to regain the initiative but the move was to no avail as Sunderland went ahead in bizarre circumstances in the 70th minute.

There seemed little danger when Per Mertesacker picked up possession just outside the box but then he crumpled to the ground and McClean showed no mercy, picking up the loose ball beyond slamming a low shot beyond Szczesny.

Mertesacker was taken off on a stretcher and Arsenal looked doomed but then his replacement, Ramsey, popped up on the edge of the box to equalise five minutes later.

This time Lady Luck smiled on Arsenal as the ball ricocheted off Gardner and fell kindly to the Wales captain who beat Mignolet with a shot from just outside the box that went in off a post.

Henry, who will make the final appearance of his loan spell for Arsenal in the Champions League on Wednesday, had the final say when he nipped in ahead of Michael Turner to turn in Andrey Arshavin’s cross for his 229th goal in Arsenal colours.

Guangzhou South Railway Station

Police women ride Segways as they patrol at Guangzhou South Railway Station in Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou South Railway Station in Guangzhou, China

Police women ride Segways as they patrol at Guangzhou South Railway Station in Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou South Railway Station in Guangzhou, China

Police women ride Segways as they patrol at Guangzhou South Railway Station in Guangzhou, China

Police women ride Segways as they patrol at Guangzhou South Railway Station on Jaunary 4, 2012 in Guangzhou, China. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

A passenger picks up tickets from a ticket machine after booking on the Internet at Beijing Railway Station

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Gunners news: Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Arsenal

Gunners slip to seventh after fourth-straight game without a win

A lack of conviction in front of goal from Arsene Wenger's side sees their Champions League qualification hopes hindered

EPL: Bacary Sagna - Mark Davies, Bolton Wanderers v Arsenal

Arsenal have dented their chances of Champions League qualification as they slipped out of the top six in the Premier League following a goalless draw against Bolton on Wednesday evening.

Arsene Wenger's side spurned a host of chances to get in front, although they may consider themselves lucky to escape the Reebok with a point after Mark Davies appeared to be fouled twice in the box late on, first by Per Mertesacker and then by Wojciech Szczesny.

The draw has left Arsenal still searching for their first league win in 2012, while they have created a five-point gap behind Chelsea who sit in fourth. A point for Owen Coyle's side, meanwhile, sees them two clear of the relegation zone, while the Scot will be encouraged by the industrial performance of his midfield against Wenger's charges.

It was Arsenal who dominated the early moments of the match and the visitors created two good chances to go ahead in the first 10 minutes as Robin van Persie saw his header cleared off the line, while Aaron Ramsey's sliding effort failed to trouble Adam Bogdan.

David Ngog proceeded to show how much of a threat he could be to the Arsenal defence with two of his own efforts. His initial chance forced a commanding save from Szczesny after he turned Laurent Koscielny to open himself up to goal.

The Frenchman was not deterred and tried again after Gretar Steinsson raided down Bolton's right flank before setting up the striker, but his shot dribbled harmlessly wide.

Arsenal responded and enjoyed possession in Bolton's half for the majority of the half, but dogged defending from the hosts denied Wenger's men clear-cut chances on goal.

After the break, Arsenal came out fighting and continuously ambushed the Bolton defence with crosses and passes through the middle for the waiting Van Persie. However, the hosts remained resilient at the back to stifle Wenger's charges.

Van Persie finally had his next big chance of the game after being handed the ball just a yard out, but the Dutchman was left frustrated by his effort which hit the post and out of danger.

Bolton remained firm at the back to deny Arsenal, while Coyle's men had the chance to steal a point as Ngog's header from Martin Petrov's cross struck Koscielny, who had turned his back.