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In case you missed it: The Apopka news week in review

first_img The Anatomy of Fear LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your name here TAGSWeek in Review Previous articleA violent weekend in South Apopka concludes with two shootingsNext articleCrimeline offers reward for Devonte Taylor shooting info Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.center_img Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter 10 stories that shaped Apopka news this week: Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Is Sam Ruth running for office in 2018?What is the role of an Apopka City Commissioner?Traffic Alert: Motorcycle crashes on Main Street in ApopkaKnight begins his crusade for City CommissionApopka Fire Station #5 in final stages of planningCity Council looking for a way to memorialize Edwards FieldFresh from Florida: Apopka Hop Pale Ale makes its debutApopka Chamber adds 9 new members in MarchApopka Chamber adds 9 new members in MarchApopka’s Joel Berry II heading to NCAA Championship game for second straight seasonlast_img read more

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Neal Maupay reveals what he told Matteo Guendouzi to anger the Arsenal midfielder after the Brighton defeat

first_imgArsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno confronted Neal Maupay as he left the pitch (PA)‘It’s not about character, it’s about how you compete in a Premier League match and it’s for 100 minutes in this case. It’s for every ball, for every action, the moment you lose attention the opponent is going to punish you.‘It’s not the first time it’s happened and if you want to win football games consistenly at this level that’s a must, and it’s non-negotiable.‘I think they competed for a large part of the game but in crucial moments when you don’t you pay the price.‘It’s all my fault, obviously, because I’m the one to make sure they do.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Matteo Guendouzi and Neal Maupay exchanged words during Arsenal’s defeat to Brighton (Getty Images)Neal Maupay admits he told Matteo Guendouzi that he ‘talked too much’ before his clash with the Arsenal midfielder during Brighton’s 2-1 victory on Saturday.The Gunners went ahead through Nicolas Pepe but sunk to their second defeat in a row following late goals from Lewis Dunk and Maupay.Moments after the full-time whistle, Guendouzi became irate with Maupay and grabbed the Brighton striker by the neck before forcing him to the ground.Earlier on in the match, Maupay had played a role in Bernd Leno’s injury as his challenge on the Arsenal goalkeeper forced him to land awkwardly on his knee and leave the field on the stretcher.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBut after the game, Maupay hit out at Guendouzi and revealed that the Arsenal midfielder was being arrogant throughout the game.‘Some of their players need to learn what humility is, especially one of them,’ Maupay told the BBC. Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 20 Jun 2020 8:47 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link130Shares Advertisement Neal Maupay has accused Matteo Guendouzi of ‘lacking humility’ (PA)‘I mean he was talking the whole game, but was saying really bad things.‘I don’t want to say what he said because I could be in trouble. It was in French because he is French.‘So when I scored I just needed to say, ‘listen, that’s what happens when you talk too much on the pitch’.’ Matteo Guendouzi grabbed Neal Maupay by the throat after Arsenal’s defeat (BT Sport)center_img Comment Neal Maupay scored Brighton’s winner in injury time (Getty Images)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 CityMeanwhile, Mikel Arteta took the blame for Arsenal’s players switching off in the final stages of their defeat to Brighton.‘I think we did a lot of things today to win the game comfortably but we haven’t competed like you have to compete in the Premier League and give the first goal we gave away,’ said the Arsenal manager.‘We lost a few important duels after that, I think it’s all our fault. Neal Maupay reveals what he told Matteo Guendouzi to anger the Arsenal midfielder after the Brighton defeat Advertisementlast_img read more

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Junior grappler silent, but deadly

first_imgUWBadgers.comTucked away beneath the composed, relaxed stare of grappler Craig Henning’s icy blue eyes is a blazing confidence and impassioned fire that makes him the competitor he is.Henning, a junior from Chippewa Falls, probably won’t cause a stir in a crowd or elicit a commotion in a public setting. Heck, probably no one would notice his presence at all. He is shy. He is quiet. He is reserved. Put Henning out on the mat for seven minutes under the soft glow of the stadium lights where nothing but his opponent at hand matters, and it’s a different story. He will captivate the entire audience with an unbeknownst tenacity and grit. “I work at going hard in all seven minutes — always moving, always making him move — getting him tired and just going all out,” Henning said.No matter the score, Henning remains in control — something Wisconsin head coach Barry Davis says is a unique trait to have. “He wrestles so relaxed, people don’t understand,” Davis said. “I never see him panic out [on the mat] in tough situations, he’s always relaxed, always in control. If the match is close or tight, he [has the] same facial expressions. So he’s fun to watch in that regard.” While Henning may not let his coaches or teammates know what he’s thinking, his lead-by-example attitude in both practice and matches is why the Wisconsin coaching staff named him co-captain. “[Henning] comes into the room prepared, ready to work hard and compete,” Davis said. “I mean the other guys say ‘hey, look at this guy, [he] doesn’t say a whole lot, but when you watch him compete, he rises to the occasion.’ That’s leadership.”You don’t have to be outspoken to be a great leader.”Even Henning admits that public speaking, let alone speaking at all, isn’t his forte. “Yeah, I’m more of a quiet guy, but I lead by more as an example, not necessarily by my words, so in that way I just kind of hope that people see the way I’m working and doing on the side and hopefully they catch onto it,” he said. “I don’t push anyone per se, but I always get into the back of their head that they should be doing extra stuff.”Wanting a head start on some sort of extra-curricular activity, and because his dad’s sport of choice, basketball, didn’t begin until the fifth grade, a young and impatient Henning opted to try one that was offered to first graders. The sport, of course, was wrestling. Unlike a team sport such as basketball, wrestling is solely about the individual and his opponent. That’s the reason why Henning loves the sport so much and has continued with it since first grade. “I like how when you get out on the mat, it’s just you against one other guy,” Henning said. “You can’t look at somebody else and say ‘ah, well if he would have done something, then maybe we could have won.’ It’s all about you once you’re on that mat. You don’t have to worry about anybody else. If you lose, there’s only one person that you can really blame and that’s yourself.” Despite a strong sophomore campaign where he earned All-American honors at 157 lbs. for his eighth-place finish at nationals while leading the team in wins with a 29-10 overall records, Henning felt like he should have done better. In both the Big Ten Championships and the NCAA Championships, Henning failed to finish higher than his pre-seeding, and in the case of the Big Ten Tournament, he finished three slots lower than his No. 2 pre-rank. But the soft-spoken Henning knows the experience gained from last season will propel him to new heights this year with the extra motivation to forget last season’s slip-up.”I didn’t exactly do as well as I had hoped to do,” Henning said. “Now I have wrestled, like, the top three guys all over the country, so I’m feeling confident in what I need to do in order to get to that next level and be on top of the stand.”Never one to pass up an opportunity to improve, Henning, who is ranked No. 4 heading into this year, puts in the extra work and hours lifting and training with the quiet confidence that his efforts will reap rewards. “Every day I try to come and be prepared and I try to take every day like it’s a match” Henning said. “Obviously I don’t want to lose any matches so I don’t try to take any time off and stuff. I just try to come to practice with the right frame of mind and ready to go. Get the right amount of sleep, right amount of nutrition — do all I can to wrestle as hard as I can every day.”If I can do that, I don’t think that there’s anyone in the nation that can touch me.”last_img read more