Fairest of the Fair winners are announced

first_imgThe 2018 Fairest of the Fair and Junior Fairest of the Fair Winners have been released at the 2018 Tennessee Valley Fair.Here are the categories and the winners:Fairest of the Fair Pageant WinnerWinner: Taelyr Phillips of Knoxville, TN1st Runner Up: Darcie Phillips of Oneida, TN2nd Runner Up: Avery Buford of Knoxville, TNFairgoer’s Fair Lady: Taelyr PhillipsJr. Fairest of the Fair Pageant WinnerWinner: Gracie Terry of Oneida, TN1st Runner Up: Katelyn Carol Fedrick of Powell, TN2nd Runner Up: Meredith McNeeley of Knoxville, TNFairgoer’s Fair Lady: McKaykla MuseFairest of the Fair Taelyr Phillips Junior Fairest of the Fair Gracie Terry (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 09/11/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

LSU gets a new logo… but I haven’t seen it talked about…

first_img Share this post 10 posts 643 posts St Louis Cardinals Sports Logo News GeauxColonels Link to post Members 0 1 lsu Share on other sites Dezgrola Posted September 19, 2013 lsu tigers SportsLogos.Net court BrianLion 7 1 Straight Cash Homie 700 LSU gets a new logo… but I haven’t seen it talked about… GeauxColonels tiger head 289 0 700 Posted September 19, 2013 GeauxColonels Why couldn’t they just have done something like this on the court:Easily the best midfield/midcourt logo/mark/design in sports. shark 25 Members 1,450 700 Straight Cash Homie Favourite Logos:New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Voodoo, Nicholls State Colonels 10 posts Posted September 19, 2013 Not sure if this is old news, but saw something that looked like a new logo on the Capital One mascot page that also shows in a small banner on the LSU Sports site. Does this look new to anyone else? http://capitalonebowl.com/#/standings/mike-the-tiger (see upper left)Also incorporates the field logo from the last post.You’re referring to the Tiger Eye logo with the “LSU” wordmark below?Here is the new LSU Tiger Head logo. Nothing official from LSU, though, but it matches the new logo on the court. They touched up the helmet logo and made the logo symmetrical.If that isn’t it, it looks pretty close. Good find. Where did it come from? It’s probably done by Torch Creative… they have the new LeCostiger on their dribbble page, as well as this unused beauty: Share this post Link to post 700 Share this post Favourite Logos:New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Voodoo, Nicholls State Colonels Recommended Posts Location:Pennsylvania Share this post 1 Board Man + Young Trece THE CCSLC Nicholls St Colonels Fan 1 Share on other sites Share on other sites Favourite Logos:New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Voodoo, Nicholls State Colonels Share on other sites Share this post Members Share this post Link to post The Invisible GeauxColonels 2,000 289 Posted September 19, 2013 spam Not sure if this is old news, but saw something that looked like a new logo on the Capital One mascot page that also shows in a small banner on the LSU Sports site. Does this look new to anyone else? http://capitalonebowl.com/#/standings/mike-the-tiger (see upper left)Also incorporates the field logo from the last post. kteam26 By Straight Cash Homie, September 19, 2013 in Sports Logo News 0 7 Share on other sites Location:Luling, LA Members 10 posts 700 4,356 26,359 posts Link to post Favourite Logos:*Devil Rays alternate cap logo, 1998*Red Sox cap logo*Chargers primary logo*Lake Elsinore Storm cap logo 428 posts 2,511 posts Straight Cash Homie 1 Share this post Share this post Location:Jacksonville, FL GeauxColonels THE CCSLC Nicholls St Colonels Fan Members 700 0 Link to post Members Members Lights Out Go To Topic Listing 2,983 posts Share this post 700 0 Share this post 0 GFB See the white tiger head at center court? It’s new. It has been mentioned in articles that it is an updated version of their previous tiger head logos.I haven’t seen the actual logo anywhere except for this picture on their new basketball court.Anybody here know anything else about it or have any actual pictures? Members Posted September 21, 2013 Sports Logos Posted September 19, 2013 Lights Out THE CCSLC Nicholls St Colonels Fan Posted September 20, 2013 Location:Luling, LA Share on other sites 9,471 posts JaxNoles Sign in to follow this   4,356 Link to post GeauxColonels Link to post Share this post Share this post shark 1 2 Posted September 28, 2013 Share this post Link to post Link to post Straight Cash Homie 11 posts 7,283 posts I tweeted @LSUSports last night to get more info on the new-ish logo and here’s the conversation:@kpetitjr “@LSUsports Is this is a completely new logo at mid-court. If so, when will we get a better look at it? pic.twitter.com/4yYcSom0uT”@LSUsports “@kpetitjr Logo on @LSUBasketball court is an adaptation of the @LSUfball helmet logo. Will appear in many places, incl. hoops uniforms.”Yeah, I’ve seen it on the new LSU basketball uniforms. But it is too small to actually see anything. Have a look… it’s on the shorts: 700 0 Followers 0 Sign in to follow this   Share on other sites 0 1,450 0 Share on other sites Posted September 19, 2013 289 Share on other sites Share on other sites Share this post 0 Link to post This topic is now closed to further replies. Members GeauxColonels Location:Luling, LA 25 1 Share on other sites GFB All Activity Posted September 20, 2013 Straight Cash Homie Share on other sites Members Sports Logo News 4,356 9,471 posts SportsLogos.Net 9,471 posts 0 700 0 Members Members 7 1 Share on other sites that might just be a generic tiger head for the court, The only new logo they’ve trademarked recently that I’ve seen is this: Link to post 700 Share on other sites 1 LSU gets a new logo… but I haven’t seen it talked about… Looks like they took this logo:…and flipped half of it to make it symmetrical. could it also be on the collar? if not what logo is that? It’s more polished than that logo.It was mentioned previously in one of the 2 college basketball threads. But until we get a better look at it, we don’t know fully what it looks like.It’s probably done by Torch Creative… they have the new LeCostiger on their dribbble page, as well as this unused beauty:The article on LSUSports.net that accompanied the picture notes that the tiger head at mid-court was created internally. Forums Home Dezgrola Share on other sites 0 9,471 posts Sports Logos Members 2 0 jstraper Link to post Link to post Link to post jstraper Link to post 15 2 LSU gets a new logo… but I haven’t seen it talked about… Posted October 9, 2013 logo St Louis Cardinals GeauxColonels 0 Here is the new LSU Tiger Head logo. Nothing official from LSU, though, but it matches the new logo on the court. They touched up the helmet logo and made the logo symmetrical. Followers 0 700 Favourite Logos:New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Voodoo, Nicholls State Colonels 0 15 Straight Cash Homie 0 THE CCSLC Nicholls St Colonels Fan BrianLion 24 posts Location:Luling, LA 0 Posted October 10, 2013 1,450 Members Members Posted September 20, 2013 2,000 basketball toonces JaxNoles Posted September 19, 2013 1 15 that might just be a generic tiger head for the court, The only new logo they’ve trademarked recently that I’ve seen is this:””The design of this logo and the court was a collaboration of our staff, coaches and our administration,” LSU Senior Associate Athletic Director Eddie Nunez said in a statement. “Our goal from the beginning was to give the court a reenergized look and to showcase the LSU brand with the new Tiger head logo.”http://www.nola.com/lsu/index.ssf/2013/08/lsus_basketball_court_gets_an.html Members Posted October 10, 2013 2 posts 700 25 2,000 kteam26 All Activity Posted September 19, 2013 that might just be a generic tiger head for the court, The only new logo they’ve trademarked recently that I’ve seen is this:Kinda reminds me of Clemson’s tiger Share this post I tweeted @LSUSports last night to get more info on the new-ish logo and here’s the conversation:@kpetitjr “@LSUsports Is this is a completely new logo at mid-court. If so, when will we get a better look at it? pic.twitter.com/4yYcSom0uT”@LSUsports “@kpetitjr Logo on @LSUBasketball court is an adaptation of the @LSUfball helmet logo. Will appear in many places, incl. hoops uniforms.” Link to post Forums Home Share on other sites Isn’t the collar just a silver shield or circle with the “LSU” logo inside? Share this postlast_img read more

Like Lewis many years ago, Flacco can define legacy at Super Bowl

first_imgNEW ORLEANS — If you go back far enough in time, you’ll find a point when the greatest in NFL history weren’t nearly as accomplished or decorated in their respective careers.Joe Montana wasn’t always a four-time Super Bowl winner for the San Francisco 49ers. John Elway was long considered the quarterback who couldn’t win the big one before two Super Bowl rings to end his long career in Denver.In Baltimore, Ray Lewis and the Ravens defense weren’t always associated with the league’s all-time greatest. The soon-to-be-retired linebacker may have been the team’s best defensive player immediately as a rookie in 1996, but the rest of the world didn’t understand his greatness until a victory in Super Bowl XXXV in which he was voted the game’s most valuable player.That moment in time propelled Lewis into the conversation as one of the greatest defenders in league history and the Baltimore defense into more than a decade of dominance and respect in NFL circles. It’s the shadow quarterback Joe Flacco will try to escape once and for all as the Ravens compete against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday evening.Even if the fifth-year quarterback doesn’t look at it in the same way, Sunday’s game will be his defining moment.“This team has had such a great defense for many years, such big faces on that side of the ball,” Flacco said. “That’s what we’re known for. Us guys on the other side, we don’t have any problem with that. We know that in order to win football games we have to go out there and do our job. We’re kind of humble guys on our side of the ball and don’t really care what people say about how we won it.”Of course, a single championship won’t bring Flacco into the discussion of the all-time greats, but it would forever transform how outsiders perceive both him and the Ravens. With Lewis retiring and safety Ed Reed’s return in doubt, this era of great Baltimore defense is coming to an end. The numbers this season reflected that despite a stalwart performance from Lewis and the defense in three postseason games.The opinions about Flacco have already been altered as he’s thrown eight touchdown passes and no interceptions in playoff wins over Indianapolis, Denver, and New England. Teammates believes he has nothing left to prove, but the critics and doubters will remain if the Ravens are unable to finish the job against San Francisco.No one said it was easy — or even fair — to take that final step, but a win against the 49ers is what’s really needed to close the book on one era and open the door to another, presumably with Flacco leading the way. A new-found respect has been penciled in by even his biggest critics this postseason, but his performance on Sunday will be what’s written in permanent ink.He may not be able to do it alone, but this postseason has fallen heaviest on the broad shoulders of the Baltimore signal-caller.“This postseason has done that,” tight end Dennis Pitta said. “I don’t know if it will be on one game or not, because we’re going against a really good defense. It’ll be a challenge for us. I think our defense needs to play well, [but] I certainly think the offense has come a long way. That stigma — that perception — that the Baltimore Ravens are only defense has certainly changed through the course of this season and through this postseason.”Truthfully, there isn’t much more you can ask of Flacco. A loss to the 49ers wouldn’t erase what he’s already done in his first five seasons in the league. Many will debate where he ranks in the quarterback hierarchy, but there’s no disputing his impeccable ability to remain calm in pressure-filled situations.But a loss would still be a disappointment, leaving him outside a premium group of quarterbacks.He’s knocking on the door of greatness, but one final push is needed, just as it was when Lewis came through the tunnel and danced in Tampa with the entire world watching on Jan. 28, 2001. In the meantime, those closest to him will continue to sing his praises until the rest of the world finally catches up — at least in their opinions.“Joe Flacco’s done a hell of a job,” running back Ray Rice said. “He deserves all the credit. Every quarterback out there gets respect, but you’ve got to mention Joe up there with them now because of what he’s done. He just outplayed two Hall of Famers. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will be Hall of Famers. Joe Flacco outplayed them both, and that doesn’t happen often.”CONTINUE ON NEXT PAGE >>>last_img read more

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith say they had to call an intervention on son Jaden after dramatic weight loss

first_imgMichael Becker/Facebook Watch(LOS ANGELES) — On the latest episode of their Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith reveal that they had to step in when their son Jaden experienced a dramatic weight loss.“Will and I had a bit of an intervention with Jaden because he’s a vegan now, but we realized he wasn’t getting enough protein,” said Jada. “So he was wasting away. He just looked drained, he was just depleted, he wasn’t getting the nutrients.”“He had the dark circles under his eyes, there was even a little grayness to his skin,” Will added. “We got really nervous, but [he is] definitely looking better now.”Jaden then shared he’s current a vegetarian, not a vegan..“I’m vegetarian, I have tried to eat vegan meals,” he said. “I’ll go vegan for a week or so but for the past year I’ve been vegetarian. But everything else you guys are saying is right.”However, while Jaden’s healthy focus led to him dropping some major weight, his father Will admits that after a vacation spent binging on muffins, his weight ballooned to over 225 lbs.“I would wake up in the morning … and I would have like four muffins,” he recalled. “Then for lunch I would have like, a Moscow mule. That was pretty much my routine for the 10 days…I would wake up, eat five muffins, and then go to sleep!”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

“Superfly” remake’s Director X admits he couldn’t compete with the original movie’s soundtrack

first_img Related © 2018 CTMG, Inc. All Rights Reserved. (NEW YORK) — Future executive-produced the soundtrack for the remake of the classic movie Superfly, but Director X, who shot the new film, says they knew they couldn’t compete with the music from the original film, which was created by the late, legendary Curtis Mayfield.  “I didn’t want to get into a competition with the original soundtrack,” Director X tells ABC Radio. “That’s one of the greatest albums ever made. You’re not touching it. You’re not coming close. We’re not gonna try.”The director, born Julien Christian Lutz, worked closely with Future in creating new music for the remake. Future appears on 10 of the 13 cuts on the new soundtrack and other artists on the album include Lil Wayne, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Miguel, and Khalid.Future recorded the new single from the album, “No Shame,” with PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Director X says that song captures the essence of the film.“It really is a theme for the movie. You hear the music,” he says. “You hear this come up quite a bit as the film goes. No shame in my game, kinda it just encapsulated what Superfly or what Priest is doing.”  The Superfly soundtrack will be released this Friday, June 8, and the film, starring Trevor Jackson of black-ish, arrives June 13. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

WWE Crown Jewel: Brock Lesnar submits Cain Velasquez to retain WWE championship

first_imgIt was nine years ago at UFC 121 when Cain Velasquez knocked out Brock Lesnar to become the UFC heavyweight champion. But it was much different result for Velasquez as he squared off with Lesnar on Thursday at WWE Crown Jewel.In front of around 70,000 fans at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Lesnar quickly defeated the wrestling rookie to retain the WWE championship. IT’S OVER. @BrockLesnar just made @cainmma TAP OUT to the #KimuraLock …but the punishment hasn’t ended! #WWECrownJewel pic.twitter.com/6xDNRCHXpP— WWE (@WWE) October 31, 2019After the match, Lesnar refused to let go of the hold, prompting Rey Mysterio — who was in Velasquez’s corner — to jump in the ring and hit Lesnar with a chair. “The Beast” no-sold the hit and threw Mysterio out of the ring. Lesnar then turned his attention back to Velasquez, hitting him with the chair and then connecting with his F5 finisher onto the chair. Mysterio then returned to the ring with another chair as the smacked Lesnar with it over and over until he left the ring.This was Velasquez’s first match under a new WWE contract. The former two-time UFC champion recently let the sport and turned his attention to professional wrestling, which he grew up loving and always wanted to try once he was done competing in MMA. While Velasquez is very green, he has the skills to be successful in wrestling and simply needs more experience. Despite Velasquez losing at Crown Jewel, there are no signs to suggest that the WWE rivalry between him and Lesnar won’t continue in the months to come. This battle was more like an MMA match with each man trying to land punches and kicks. Velasquez finally connected with a big shot as he dropped Lesnar with a roundhouse kick. He immediately jumped on top of him and tried to finish him off with some ground and pound. Instead, Lesnar slapped on a Kimura lock and Velasquez was forced to submit just over two minutes into the match.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearlast_img read more

Sumner Newscow weekly poll: The allergy question

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments  Loading … Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.center_img Have you been “dying” from allergies this spring more so than usual? Yes. It has been much worse than usual. No. It is about the same as any other year. I don’t have allergies. I’m wonderful. View Resultslast_img read more

AP Source: Arkansas’ Chaney leaving for Pitt

first_imgJim Chaney (Photo Wesley Hitt/Getty Images/File)FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Jim Chaney is leaving Arkansas just as the program appears to have returned to Southeastern Conference relevance.The offensive coordinator, known for his dynamic passing offenses at schools such as Purdue and Tennessee, has left the Razorbacks to accept the same position at Pittsburgh, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Sunday night.The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because Chaney’s departure hasn’t been announced.The move was first reported by Sports Illustrated.Chaney, who turned 53 on Monday, joins longtime Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi — who was hired as Pittsburgh’s head coach last month after Paul Chryst left to take the Wisconsin job.While at Arkansas the last two seasons, Chaney also coached Arkansas’ quarterbacks under head coach Bret Bielema. The Razorbacks reached a bowl game for the first time in three seasons last year, finishing 7-6 after a Texas Bowl win over Texas.Arkansas averaged 31.9 points in its second season under Chaney, up from 20.7 in his first season in 2013. The Razorbacks also jumped from 99th to 60th nationally in total offense this season, increasing their yards per game from an average of 357.2 to 406.Also, quarterback Brandon Allen threw 20 touchdown passes and five interceptions after completing less than 50 percent of his passes for 13 touchdowns and 10 interceptions the previous season.Chaney was heading into the final year of a three-year, $550,000 annual contract with the Razorbacks. The school signed defensive coordinator Robb Smith to a three-year contract last week, at which time it said a new deal for Chaney was being finalized.However, Chaney — who has also coached in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams — has elected to split from what has long appeared an odd mix with the balanced offensive approach of Bielema.Much of Chaney’s coaching success has come in the passing game, where he has tutored standout quarterbacks such as Drew Brees while with the Boilermakers from 1997-2005. He also oversaw the development of Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, who broke the Volunteers single-game passing record with 530 yards passing in 2012.Chaney leaves behind an Arkansas offense that returns 1,000-yard running backs Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins next season, along with All-SEC honorable mention tight end Hunter Henry and Allen for his senior season.last_img read more

NBC analyst criticized over comment about Simone Biles

first_imgTrautwig later deleted the tweet. RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — An NBC gymnastics announcer has come under fire on social media over comments he made about the adoptive parents of American gymnast Simone Biles.The 19-year-old gymnast and her younger sister were adopted by their maternal grandfather, Ron Biles, and his wife, Nellie, after spending time in foster care. Simone Biles refers to them as her parents.Announcer Al Trautwig, though, on air has referred to Nellie and Ron as Simone’s grandparents. When a woman tweeted to Trautwig that he should refer to Ron and Nellie as her parents, Trautwig tweeted back: “They may be mom and dad but they are NOT her parents.” United States’ Simone Biles forms a heart shape with her hands at the end of the artistic gymnastics women’s qualification at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) Trautwig later deleted the tweet.center_img He was criticized by Carrie Goldman, an adoptive mother who writes a blog, “Portrait of an Adoption.” Goldman said NBC needs to make sure its commentators are educated about adoption. She says the comments deeply disrespect adopted children and parents.When she was a toddler, Simone and her little sister, Adria, still in diapers, went to live with their grandparents in Texas while their mother struggled with addition to alcohol and drugs back in Ohio.The couple adopted Simone and Adria in 2000 when the birth mother’s parental rights were terminated.Ron and Nellie provided the structure that the girls needed and set the foundation that helped produce what could be the greatest gymnast of her generation.Simone is the three-time reigning world champion who has won 14 medals at worlds, including 10 gold, since 2013, and is poised in Rio de Janeiro to become the fourth straight American to win the Olympic all-around gold.Though Simone remains in contact with Shanon Biles, she is quick to correct anyone that calls Shanon her mother. Shanon Biles is her biological mother, she says; Nellie Biles is Mom.___AP Summer Games website: http://summergames.ap.org He was criticized by Carrie Goldman, an adoptive mother who writes a blog, “Portrait of an Adoption.” Goldman said NBC needs to make sure its commentators are educated about adoption. She says the comments deeply disrespect adopted children and parents.When she was a toddler, Simone and her little sister, Adria, still in diapers, went to live with their grandparents in Texas while their mother struggled with addition to alcohol and drugs back in Ohio.The couple adopted Simone and Adria in 2000 when the birth mother’s parental rights were terminated.Ron and Nellie provided the structure that the girls needed and set the foundation that helped produce what could be the greatest gymnast of her generation.Simone is the three-time reigning world champion who has won 14 medals at worlds, including 10 gold, since 2013, and is poised in Rio de Janeiro to become the fourth straight American to win the Olympic all-around gold.Though Simone remains in contact with Shanon Biles, she is quick to correct anyone that calls Shanon her mother. Shanon Biles is her biological mother, she says; Nellie Biles is Mom.___AP Summer Games website: http://summergames.ap.org,RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — An NBC gymnastics announcer has come under fire on social media over comments he made about the adoptive parents of American gymnast Simone Biles.The 19-year-old gymnast and her younger sister were adopted by their maternal grandfather, Ron Biles, and his wife, Nellie, after spending time in foster care. Simone Biles refers to them as her parents.Announcer Al Trautwig, though, on air has referred to Nellie and Ron as Simone’s grandparents. When a woman tweeted to Trautwig that he should refer to Ron and Nellie as her parents, Trautwig tweeted back: “They may be mom and dad but they are NOT her parents.”last_img read more

Sociedad strike Vela deal with Arsenal

first_img ““Real Sociedad have reached an agreement with Arsenal FC which will allow Carlos Vela to continue at the club on a permanent basis.  “This club, this team has the ambition to make it better, and I am convinced that we will perform an exciting year.” “The player meanwhile, has signed a contract extension which ties him to Real Sociedad for the next four seasons. The player’s previous contract was due to expire in June 2016. The Mexican striker has now formally signed his new contract.” Sam Marsden Upd. at 21:09 The Gunners were tipped to activate a buy-back clause they maintained on the player from when they sold him 2012, thought to be in the region of €4million, but instead have let Sociedad pay a reported a €11m to buy out the clause, with as much as €5m to be added on in future performance-related bonuses. The Mexican forward, who rejected the chance to go the World Cup with his country, said he was “happy” everything was resolved.center_img Real Sociedad released the following statement on their website: Carlos Vela will remain at Real Sociedad next season after the Basque club managed to come to an agreement with Arsenal over the player’s future. “We knew it would not be easy, but thankfully it is resolved and all parties are happy,” the 25-year-old explained.  24/06/2014 CESTlast_img read more