How Eddie Nketiah convinced Mikel Arteta to block loan move and keep him at Arsenal Advertisement Advertisement The forward will remain at the Emirates this month after being recalled from Leeds (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have made a last-minute U-turn over Eddie Nketiah’s future and the forward will now remain at the Emirates for the rest of the season after impressing Mikel Arteta.The 20-year-old’s loan at Leeds United was ended early at the start of the January window, with the club looking to get him more regular game time elsewhere after only starting twice in the Championship under Marcelo Bielsa.There were a host of clubs in the running to take him on loan, notably Bristol City, Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday, while even Aston Villa had been credited with interest. Nketiah has trained with the first team since returning from Leeds (Picture: Getty)But after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang picked up a three-match suspension for a late tackle against Crystal Palace, and with Alexandre Lacazette failing to score in his last six matches, Arsenal’s stance on Nketiah has changed.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAccording to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, Arteta had been keen to take a closer look at Nketiah in training before deciding his next step and has been so impressed he now wants to hang onto the youngster.Nketiah has impressed Arteta with his attitude and application in training since returning from Leeds and it has been decided that he will stay and compete for a place in the first team.More: 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 ArsenalIn addition to the Premier League, Arsenal are still competing in the FA Cup and Europa League, with plenty of opportunities to give Nketiah game time in both Cup competitions.Nketiah has made eight Premier League appearances for Arsenal previously, scoring once against Burnley, while he netted three times during his loan stay at Leeds. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 16 Jan 2020 8:01 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.4kShares Comment Arteta has been keeping a close eye on Nektiah and likes what he’s seen (Picture: Getty)Despite not starting very often, Nketiah made 17 appearances in the Championship – and two in the Carabao Cup, scoring in each – and Arteta felt the striker had benefitted from playing in such a competitive squad under a manager like Bielsa.Asked if Aubameyang’s ban could influence his decision on Nketiah, Arteta had said after the Palace game: ‘It didn’t before and at the moment I think we have to think medium to long term with Eddie. We have to respect his evolution, his development, and we don’t have to make decisions just based on two or three games.’MORE: Liverpool poach Arsenal head of medical services Gary O’Driscoll despite Mikel Arteta interventionMORE: Mikel Arteta plays down John Stones interest but teases Arsenal transfer wishlistMore: 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 City
101 Pohlman Street marks Choice Homes’ first foray into Southport. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago101 Pohlman Street marks Choice Homes’ first foray into Southport.“The suburb of Southport has seen unprecedented growth and a dynamic transformation in recent years,” Mr Knight said. “With the Broadwater, rejuvenation of shopping and dining precincts, entertainment, transport and world-class education institutions, it’s really coming into its own. “We created 101 Pohlman Street to take advantage of all this and all the action in the lead up and beyond the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.” 101 Pohlman Street marks Choice Homes’ first foray into Southport.SIX apartments in a new Southport development have sold before being released to the market.The development, at 101 Pohlman St, marks Choice Homes’ first foray into the suburb.It features 12 two-bedroom apartments and six one-bedroom apartments, with all six one-bedroom apartments snapped up.Choice Homes director Troy Knight says demand for convenient and affordable housing in the area is growing significantly. 101 Pohlman Street marks Choice Homes’ first foray into Southport.Each apartment features custom-built cabinetry, stone benchtops, chrome fixtures and quality appliances.Two-bedroom apartments start at $470,000.
QPR are expected to formally complete the signing of Nancy midfielder Samba Diakite later today.The 23-year-old Mali international, currently representing his country at the Africa Cup of Nations, has chosen a move to Loftus Road despite interest from Lyon.Rangers have agreed the signing of Diakite on an initial loan deal with a view to completing his permanent transfer in the summer if they stay in the Premier League.AdChoices广告Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
According to data collected by the USC Career Center, the University is striving to be the third-largest employer of alumni directly following graduation. Photo from USC Undergraduate Admission BlogThough many students are preoccupied with where they will work after college, some Trojans’ journeys will take them right back to USC. Data collected by the USC Career Center on companies 2017 graduates planned to work for show that USC aims to be the third-largest employer of University alumni straight out of college. But students are also using the resources they receive at USC to work in a variety of different fields. Jennifer Kim and Erika Rodriguez, who both work in employer relations and research for the USC Career Center, analyzed the data. “For the class of 2017, Amazon was our top employer,” Kim said. “Right after that was Ernst & Young, and [the] third [employer] was USC. We’re hiring a lot of our own students.”Other companies emphasize the tech and health fields: Google fell to sixth place, Microsoft was ninth, Intel was 10th and Kaiser was 14th, according to Kim.“This is a work in progress for now,” Kim said, explaining that the data collection likely won’t be complete until this winter. “Those are the top employers that our students are getting offers from.”In a separate study using data collected from LinkedIn, one USC student was able to estimate where the most alumni end up working after they graduate from the University. Ayman Siraj, a senior majoring in chemical engineering who writes for USC’s student-run blog Trojans360, created an infographic of the top seven employers of USC alumni. The post, which was published on Oct. 20, quickly gained traction on social media and was retweeted by both the USC Career Center and the official USC account on Twitter within two days of its original publication.According to Siraj’s personal research, the top employers were Kaiser Permanente, with over 1,290 alumni, The Boeing Company, with over 1,260, and then Intel, Google, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft.However, Siraj admits the data is not fully complete or accurate. “There’s some caveat to it,” Siraj said. “Of course not all alumni are on LinkedIn, like the older [Trojans].” Recent graduates of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, Rayed Khan and Stephanie Brill, both work at Boeing. They say that USC’s academic preparation and networking was an enormous support in helping them land the positions that they are at today in Boeing.“We do USC events … So immediately I felt like I knew USC people at Boeing,” Brill said. “I felt like there was this community that I could reach out to if I needed to.”In addition to working as an airline support engineer and in customer support for Boeing Commercial Airlines, Khan is a deputy focal for USC. He explained Boeing has a number of “focus schools” in which it hires from and puts on specialized outreach events for. USC is one of these schools, and Khan cites the massive alumni support from the company that nurtures new employees and provides resources for them to be successful.“You say ‘Fight On’ to your fellow Trojans when you’re at work,” Khan said.While the strength of the USC alumni network is very apparent at these large, multi-national companies, Kim expressed concern that the infographic and other statistics of top USC employers will lead students to think they will have an easy way in at these companies because of their alma mater.“One of the things that I’m sort of afraid of is, because of that list, everyone’s going to just apply to those companies or the top 10 I’ve shared with you,” Kim said. “My number one [piece of] advice is apply to as many different employers as possible and do not just go for the name brand companies. Students should diversify their job search.”