Keith Richards & Mick Jagger Have Been Recording With Don Was, According To New Interview

first_imgKeith Richards and The Rolling Stones have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. The British rock band that initially launched into superstardom back in the mid-1960s is still as famous as ever. The Stones have even been snagging most of the music headlines from their younger colleagues this week as the tickets to their 2019 North American tour have started to go on sale, while the demand for tickets has been so high that they’ve added extra stadium shows to their schedule.Even in 2018, as the band’s members push well into their 70s, The Rolling Stones remain immensely popular and bankable for promoters, especially here in the States. In the wake of the band’s 2019 U.S. tour announcement, guitarist Keith Richards spoke with Rolling Stone about a range of topics including his surprise at said popularity. He also filled fans in on what he and Mick Jagger have been up to in the studio recently.“Mick and I got together for a few days a month or so ago in the studio, just playing around,” Richards told the long-running magazine, which counts the band as part of the inspiration for its own title. “It was great, man. We knocked out a few songs together with [producer] Don Was. We’re just working things through. We had a great time — got some nice stuff out of it.”Classic rock fans should of course be very familiar with Don Was, as the musician, producer, and current Blue Note Records president has worked on numerous Rolling Stones album reissues including 2010’s Exile on Main Street and 2011′ Some Girls. He has also produced some of the group’s studio albums including 1994’s Voodoo Lounge, and their Grammy Award-winning Blue & Lonesome LP in 2016. Was also lent his skills in playing bass and keys on their 1997 studio album, Bridges to Babylon. More recently, Was has been on tour as the bassist in the new Grateful Dead-themed trio, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros.Richards didn’t go into much further detail on what came out of those writing sessions with Mick, as their follow-up to Blue & Lonesome is still very much in its early stages, according to the 74-year-old guitarist. Richards considers picking up where he and Mick left off sometime in the next year as more of a “reasonable projection.”Fans can click here to read the full interview, and can visit the Rolling Stones’ website for tickets to their 2019 North American tour when they go on sale to the general public tomorrow, November 30th.last_img read more

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A great day for Danes

first_imgWith temperatures plummeting, surrounded by exotic drag queens, Woman of the Year Claire Danes led the Hasty Pudding Theatricals parade down Massachusetts Avenue.Jacqueline Rossi ’12, a member of the Harvard comedy news show “On Harvard Time,” arrived in costume with other performers to dance in the parade. Dressed as “a young Drew Faust,” Rossi said that Danes was an inspirational performer. “Right now, I’m halfway through ‘Homeland,’ ” Rossi said, referring to the 2012 Showtime series starring Danes. “I think it’s great — all my roommates were thrilled to find out that she was the Woman of the Year. She has such a great sense of humor, and we’re happy that she’s here. I hope that she sees Harvard in all its humorous glory.”Danes with her Pudding Pot, which acknowledges her as Hasty’s Woman of the Year. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff PhotographerTyler Faux ’13, press and publicity manager for Hasty Pudding Theatricals, said that Danes’ wide range of experience influenced the decision to name her as Woman of the Year. “She’s a tremendously diverse actress who’s worked in theater, film, and television, and she’s now won Golden Globes for Best Actress two years in a row,” Faux said. “Not to mention that she’s also so young — she won her first Golden Globe at age 15 [in 1995, for the TV series ‘My So-Called Life’]. She’s a brilliant actress and we’re so glad to have her as the Woman of the Year.”Led by the Harvard University Band, Harvard cheerleaders, costumed dancers from “On Harvard Time,” and the Hot Tamale Brass Band, the parade also embraced the tradition of Hasty Pudding members dressing in drag. As the entourage posed dramatically before a gaggle of photographers, one distinguished gentleman, who declined to be identified, tilted his head.“Wait. Are they all men?” he asked, squinting. “Some of them look pretty good!”Danes toured Harvard Yard with members of the theatrical group Learah Lockhart ’12 (back to camera) and Will Ramsey ’12 (right). Joining Danes in the tour was her husband, Hugh Dancy. Photo by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff PhotographerEarlier in the day, Danes and her husband, Hugh Dancy, toured Harvard Yard. Danes, who seemed at home on the Harvard campus, blended in as throngs of students rushed to class.Learah Lockhart ’12 led Danes on a tour of Massachusetts Hall, the Memorial Church, Widener Library, and the John Harvard Statue. After dissuading Danes from rubbing the statue’s shoe, Lockhart went on to describe the Harvard tradition known as “Primal Scream,” in which hundreds of students strip down and run around Harvard Yard on the last night before final exams.“Wait, a few hundred people, simultaneously naked and running around in the middle of the night?” Danes said, grinning. “Oh, you dirty, naughty people.”At the end of the parade, Hasty Pudding President James Fitzpatrick ’12 and the vice president of the cast, Ryan Halprin ’12, roasted Danes and presented her with the traditional Pudding Pot.The Hasty Pudding Theatricals named actor and writer Jason Segel as its 2012 Man of the Year. The Man of the Year festivities will be held on Feb. 3. The producers of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Jyotika Banga ’13 and Mary Jane Sakellariadis ’13, will host a celebrity roast for Segel and present him with his Pudding Pot at 8 p.m. in Farkas Hall. A press conference will be held at 8:30 p.m. That evening, the Hasty Pudding also will open its 164th production, “There Will Be Flood.”last_img read more

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Duke dean discusses impostor syndrome

first_imgAs part of the Distinguished Lecture Series, Dr. Valerie Ashby, the dean of Trinity College Arts and Sciences at Duke University, gave a lecture titled “The Impostor Syndrome” Wednesday.“One day they are going to find out, I’m not really supposed to be here,” Ashby said to the audience.She said that if anyone else had ever felt this before, they might be experiencing the effects of the impostor syndrome.First identified by Pauline Rose Clance and Suzanne Imes in 1978, impostor syndrome is most commonly found “among high achievers who are unable to internalize and accept their success,” according to the American Psychological Association (APA). It is often an effect of mental illnesses such as anxiety or depression. It can also be a byproduct of growing up in families that place pressure on achievement.Ashby said she first diagnosed herself with the impostor syndrome at age 42, and before then, she simply dealt with its effects without knowing how to cope with it.“That’s a hard life,” she said. “You don’t have to do that.”Ashby asked who in the crowd thought they might experience the impostor syndrome in their daily life. She said she used to deal with its effects often and said compliments can hurt with imposter syndrome.“I’m thinking, oh my God, they think I can do this, and then … it’s pain. I laugh about this a lot because it’s actually painful,” she said.Ashby tried to give audience members a few key ways to cope with impostor syndrome.“One of the first things you have to do is not to walk around with this and not tell anybody,” she said. “You’re going to need some friends. No, no, no, I’m talking about real friends. Trusted friends. They will validate your feelings, but not your incorrect thinking.”Ashby said it’s normal for people to doubt themselves.“Doubt does not make you a fraud,” she said.As she learned about impostor syndrome, Ashby said she learned the importance of building up self-esteem and seeking validation from within by celebrating the small, good things in life.“As the dean, I am in charge of the chair of the department of physics,” she said. “I got a C in physics. Perfect[ion] is not required. When I would get my C+ on a physics exam, I should have been dancing! That’s a small good thing.”When things go awry, Ashby said it’s important to let go of the mistakes as they come. She said people dealing with impostor syndrome often feel like they should have mastered everything already, but it’s just not possible and mistakes happen no matter what you do.“You are not the mistake,” she said. “You made a mistake. If you’re not making mistakes, you’re not doing anything. Nothing risky, nothing cutting edge, nothing creative. It can’t go perfectly.”While undergraduate and graduate students often fall prone to overcommitting, Ashby gave advice on how to combat the urge to take every opportunity given. She said that although high achievers can do many things well, it’s important to only do the things that are great for you right now.“I start with a blank calendar, and I put everything that is required for my self-care on first,” she said. “If we put ourselves on the calendar, you treat yourself like an appointment. I have an appointment with me. Because people will always want more from you than you can give.”Ultimately, Ashby said dealing with the effects of impostor syndrome is important not only for yourself but also your friends and family.“I love my life. There are a lot of people counting on me,” she said. “If I don’t take care of me, I have nothing to give them.”Tags: distinguished lecture series, imposter syndromelast_img read more

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Belles Bash welcomes Saint Mary’s students back to campus

first_imgSaint Mary’s Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted Belles Bash, a tri-campus community event put together at the start of every school year, on Sunday.SAB president and senior Emma Freund said the organization prepared for the event over the summer.“We had to plan a lot over the summer because everything had to be done in advance, because it’s before the school year,” Freund said. “Basically, we had to reach out to vendors and work with our board to work on themes and get our ideas ready and our giveaways ready.”This mandated that much of the organizing take place online, Freund said.“It’s definitely more difficult than when we’re all together because everything has to be done digitally,” she said. “So it was a lot of messaging, emailing. That’s always difficult when you have to email back and forth so many times.”The theme for this year’s Belles Bash was “Sweet to be SMC.” The t-shirts given out at the event were designed by Giavanna Paradiso, a junior at the College.SAB also had multiple vendors at the event, who provided food. “Doughnuts from Rise’n Roll, Gigi’s Cupcakes, inflatables from Xtreme [Fun Party Co.], fried Oreos … from Herbkoe Fun Foods, and our DJ is from D&T productions,” Freund said.Treasurer Maria Bruno, a junior, said the event helps to usher in the new school year and to introduce SAB to students.“I think since this is our first event and we put a lot into it, the girls see what SAB does and then they come back for more events,” Bruno said. “And this is a good way to start off on the right foot, showing everyone this is what we provide for people during events and this is the fun we can have.”Bruno said the event is also a good way to meet new people and reconnect with old friends.“It’s always super fun to see the students get excited about t-shirts. But there’s the huge bustle that comes right away and everyone’s going around the see the free items and stuff to do,” she said. “After that, it’s much more laid back, so it’s cool watching everyone meet each other, or those first interactions once they’re back with friends.”Freshman Erin Bennett said she was happy to have an event that included students from multiple grade levels.“We’ve had the orientation stuff and Saturday we had Domerfest, but it helps us see that everybody is here,” she said. “For a while, when it was just us, I forgot that the upperclassmen were here, but now that they’re all here it’s kinda real.”Freund also said SAB has worked to improve the event and said its organizers strive to make their events about the students.“Belles Bash is always really fun because it’s one of our most heavily themed events, so we get to do different things. We’ve had a circus, last year was ‘under the sea,’” she said. “One of the biggest things we did to change is shortening our events from three hours to two hours. We felt it was more helpful for students to all be here together and that creates more of a sense of community with everyone.”Tags: orientation, saint mary’s, Student Activities Boardlast_img read more

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Cool weather flower

first_imgIt’s always discouraging to spend time selecting flowers,preparing soil and doing the best job of planting that you knowhow, only to see the flowers die or just not grow well. If youdon’t have a natural “green thumb,” pansies are almost foolproof. Give them a try. I bet you’ll like what you see. By Jim CrawfordUniversity of GeorgiaAmong all the flowers in our Southern gardens, one of the mostpopular, if not the most popular, is the pansy. I’m very fond of them because of the unique patterns and reallybright colors. They come in just about every shade from yellowto, oddly enough, black. I particularly like the yellow ones withthe “faces,” while my wife likes the violet shades. Plant alone or in bunchesPansies have many applications in the landscape as drifts ofsingle color or as massed planting of mixed colors. My wife and Iused them in masses across our front flower bed when we wereselling our house. If you watch the real estate shows on television, you know thatthey advise you to have a pretty “street appearance” when you’retrying to sell a home. I can’t say that the flowers turned thetrick, but the house did sell so fast we had to hustle up ourmoving plans. Another great thing about pansies is you can plant them in tinyor large spaces. Pansies are attractive planted under evergreens,around trees, around the mailbox, in window boxes or in planters.Multiseasonal bloomersNot only do pansies come in a wide assortment of bright andgorgeously mixed colors, they bloom in the garden up to sixmonths during the fall, winter and spring. Few other annuals canmake that claim.Pansies do best when the night temperatures are below 65 degreesand can withstand temperature as low as 2 degrees. The time toplant pansies is when the heat finally tapers off. Pansies come in a variety of sizes. Generally, pansies withsmaller flowers tolerate heat and adverse growing conditionsbetter than the large-flowered types. Some varieties that growwell in Georgia are Springtime Yellow Blotch, Universal PlusYellow Blotch, Happy White Face and Imperial Pink Shades. Now,who couldn’t like a flower that has a catchy name like that andproduces eye-catching splashes of color all winter? Prepare the soilPansies love to grow in full sun, but they will also grow andflower in partial shade better than other annuals. They willperform very well if you’ll do a good job of preparing the soil.Choose a well-drained location and work organic matter such asgarden compost, peat moss, commercially composted manure, pottingsoil orwell-rotted leaves into about the top 4 to 6 inches of dirt usinga shovel, tiller or hand trowel. It would be a good idea to get your soil sampled so you’d havelime and fertilizer instructions. However, since pansies like alow pH and that describes most of our soils, you could just amendthe soil and plant. Pansies don’t have a high requirement for fertilizer. One and ahalf pounds of bone meal per 25 square feet is helpful. You canuse either a slow-release fertilizer or 1.5 pounds of 10-10-10fertilizer per 100 square feet.Prepare the soil, hand-packPansies should be planted in beds about the same level they weregrowing in the packs or just slightly higher. Spacing is a matterof personal preference, but I suggest planting them about 6inches apart. After planting, don’t forget to lightly water and hand-pack thesoil around the plants. This ensures the soil is in good contactwith the roots and the stems are supported so they stand up. And itallows the soil to retain the moisture longer, giving the plants abetter chance for survival.Next, place a couple of inches of mulch around the plants. Soilmoisture should be monitored for the first three weeks until theplants have established good root systems.last_img read more

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Renewables, climate concerns put planned LNG investments at risk, report finds

first_imgRenewables, climate concerns put planned LNG investments at risk, report finds FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享CNN Business:America’s liquefied natural gas boom has a climate change problem, according to a report released on Monday.The US energy industry is scrambling to build dozens of expensive export terminals that can be used to ship cheap natural gas to China and other fast-growing economies that want to move away from coal.While those investments make sense today, they will likely be derailed in the longer run by a combination of plunging renewable energy costs and rising climate change concerns, according to the Global Energy Monitor, a network of researchers tracking fossil fuel projects.Those dual forces will make many LNG projects “unprofitable in the long term,” putting much of the $1.3 trillion of investments in the sector at risk, the report said.The problem is that the LNG boom will create harmful methane emissions — a greenhouse gas that is roughly 30 times more harmful than carbon dioxide emissions. Both coal and natural gas produce CO2 emissions, though natural gas creates far less than coal.If the proposed LNG expansion goes forward, the climate impact would be twice as damaging as the current installed base of coal in the United States, the Global Energy Monitor told CNN Business.More: America’s liquefied natural gas boom may be on a collision course with climate changelast_img read more

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Stopping Drug Trafficking in Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean Considered a UN Priority

first_imgBy Dialogo June 08, 2009 Madrid, 05 June (EFE). – Today in Madrid, representatives from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) presented the a general overview of their plan to prevent the expansion of drug trafficking in the areas of Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean, a project they are developing together with regional organizations and the governments of countries in these areas. Today, Francis Maertens, director of UNODC operations in Vienna, stated the objectives of this plan, entitled “Pact of Santo Domingo.” He was accompanied by José Manuel Martínez, a regional representative of the organization, and by Amado Philip de Andrés, a member of the Division of Operations of the same organization. The plan is based mainly on the creation of a network of experts who, taking the specifics of each affected country into consideration, will pool all information obtained in order to improve the strategy for stopping drug trafficking. The UN specialists also emphasized the relationship and the incidence of other factors concerning drug trafficking, such as weapons trafficking, corruption, and organized crime. Over the past few years, Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean have become the main drug trafficking transit areas from South America to the United States and Europe. It is estimated that countries from the Andean Region such as Colombia, Peru, and Bolivia produce a thousand tons of cocaine each year, destined for a market of 10 million consumers in the US and European markets, according to reports prepared by the UNODC. According to data from the organization, in 2006 alone 530 to 710 tons of that drug may have been sent from South America to the United States, and of that amount, it is estimated that almost 90 percent of it passed through the Mexico-Central America corridor. Hence the importance for the UNODC to create specific programs such as the “Pact of Santo Domingo,” which was started a year ago in the capital of the Dominican Republic, and is scheduled to be implemented by the end of September or October. The international organization has informed the governments of the countries affected that they must “change their strategy” in their fight against drug trafficking, a problem that, in Maertens opinion, is “currently extremely closely related with organized crime.” For this, and knowing that “a major political push” is needed rather than what is currently in place, the UN has backed the creation of the international network of experts, which analyzes each country’s situation. According to Maertens, the development of the “Pact of Santo Domingo” would assume an “interchange of information and technical support” among the countries in the region in order to fight drug trafficking and organized crime. The plan is based on development in 2004 by the UNODC in Afghanistan, which contemplated, among other things, legal assistance and prevention programs. The Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the System of South American Integration (SICA) and the Organization of American States (OEA) participate together with the United Nations to create the final agreements that will be discussed within two weeks at the meeting to be held in Managua. At the conference, representatives from the states involved will also participate, and will be in charge of starting the project in their own respective countries, since the idea is that international support exists “only in the beginning,” and then to “incorporate the strategy into national policies,” according to Maertens. The director of UNODC operations in Vienna emphasized that in the countries previously listed, “centers of excellence” have been created in each one of the countries in the region. He also indicated that the center in El Salvador serves as a model for others to follow, as it will deal with urban crime; in Guatemala, they will focus on organized crime and forensic analysis; in Panama, the focus will be on Maritime Security. He also indicated that all countries involved would be in constant communication with one another to ensure the smooth flow of information received. Maertens also alluded to the importance of transnational relations to end a problem which “affects us all” due to globalization. He also emphasized the importance of support from Europe in this type of strategy and he urged Spain not to forget to include the drug trafficking problem in its European agenda, after taking on the EU presidency in the year 2010.last_img read more

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Leaders know how to use their voices

first_img 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr A growing body of research shows that when it comes to qualities like authority, leadership and charisma, voices matter. For example, researchers from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business analyzed the voices of 792 chief executives at major publicly held companies and found that male leaders with low voices made significantly more money, managed larger companies, and lasted significantly longer as heads of their respective firms.When it comes to leadership, it pays to think about the voice. Most of us treat the voice as something unalterable, like eye color or height. But the voice is an instrument in its own right, one that packs a powerful emotional punch. The business professionals I coach discover that learning to use the voice is no different from training for a 5K race. You can train your voice just like you can train your body. continue reading »last_img read more

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Tomislav Fain, UHPA: We have created a platform for successful cooperation of UHPA members as destination management companies (DMK) and destinations

first_img˝Since signing the cooperation agreement with the Tourist Board of Hvar, we have promoted the destination online through our communication channels, promoted our domestic destination of the year at the UHPA Days recently held in Vinkovci and promoted and highlighted the destination in UHPA promotional printed materials such as the UHPA Directory and the UHPA Professional Review. It should be emphasized that we have created a platform for successful cooperation of UHPA members as destination management companies (DMK) and destinations, which results in the development of specific programs as well as the growth of tourist traffic˝, said Tomislav Fain and concluded that he believes that joint cooperation will contribute to even better positioning, recognition and promotion of the destination and thus create a successful cooperation of UHPA members as destination management companies (DMK) and the city of Hvar. UHPA President, Tomislav Fain, Photo: UHPA THE CITY OF HVAR STARTS WITH THE DESTINATION INTEGRATED QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROJECT Following the six-month cooperation between the Hvar Tourist Board and UHPA, UHPA President Tomislav Fain commented on the cooperation between travel agencies – destination management companies (DMK) and the city of Hvar, which aims to focus on the development of specific tourism programs and growth of tourist traffic. and post-season and targeted, ie focused promotion on certain tourist niches. With the aim of further connection, a meeting of the members of the UHPA Management Board with representatives of local tourist agencies and other stakeholders was held in Hvar today. A joint tour of the sunniest island is also planned, and in the afternoon a meeting of the Board of Directors.  ˝Hvar is strongly treading the path towards a great tourist future. We anticipate that we will welcome the next big anniversary of organized tourism with more than 250 thousand arrivals and a million overnight stays. In order to make the predictions come true, the city of Hvar adopted the “Development Strategy of Tourism of the City of Hvar”, while the Tourist Board of the City of Hvar began to implement certain projects for sustainable, more responsible and quality tourism, which included private renters, agencies, hoteliers, caterers. employees in the field of trade and wellness˝, concluded Petar Razović. With the increase in the number of arrivals and overnight stays, the city of Hvar wants to make an additional step and develop in the direction of enriching and expanding the existing tourist offer with new, attractive tourist products and facilities with the aim of raising competitiveness and positioning Hvar as a year-round tourist destination.  RELATED NEWS: For eight years in a row, UHPA through the project of domestic destination of the year successfully contributes to better positioning, recognizability and promotion of destinations through strengthening the tourism sector, and last year the city of Hvar chose for domestic destination 2018/2019. years. Last year, in which 150 years of organized tourism were celebrated, Hvar had 206 thousand arrivals and 750 thousand overnight stays, which is a percentage increase of 4% in arrivals and 2% in the total number of overnight stays. ˝If we look from the position of further development of Hvar tourism, then we consider the past 2018 as the beginning of the creation of a new brand of Hvar and the return of the old splendor on the tourist map of the world˝, said Petar Razović, director of the Tourist Board of the town of Hvar. TOMISLAV FAIN, UHPA: SLAVONIA CAN SHOW AND OFFER A LOT, AND I HOPE THAT AGENCIES WILL DECIDE TO PUT SLAVONIA IN THEIR OFFERlast_img read more

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Patrick Vieira the ‘perfect fit’ for Arsenal following Unai Emery sacking, says former Man Utd star Louis Saha

first_imgArsenal have been urged to appoint club legend Patrick Vieira as their new manager (Picture: Getty)Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha believes Patrick Vieira is the ‘perfect fit’ for Arsenal following Unai Emery’s sacking.The Gunners are searching for a new permanent manager after ending Emery’s 18-month spell at the Emirates last week.Club legend Freddie Ljungberg has been placed in temporary charge of the club but Saha has urged Arsenal to make a move for Vieira. Louis Saha says Vieira is the ‘perfect fit’ for the Gunners (Picture: Getty)Vieira spent almost a decade at Arsenal as a player, helping the club win three Premier League titles, and is currently in charge of Nice.ADVERTISEMENT‘I would love to see Patrick Vieira as Arsenal’s next manager; there are other contenders for the job but none as suitable as him,’ Saha told bwin.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I’m not saying that because he is my friend, he has done a great job in management over the years.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 City‘He has the heart of an Arsenal player and that’s what the club needs. He is the perfect fit for this Arsenal squad.‘I’ve always been surprised that more ex-Arsenal players haven’t been involved with Arsenal as coaches under [Arsene] Wenger.‘When I saw Patrick at Man City, it didn’t make any sense to me – he would have been perfect at Arsenal. Comment Metro Sport ReporterThursday 5 Dec 2019 11:15 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link481Shares Patrick Vieira the ‘perfect fit’ for Arsenal following Unai Emery sacking, says former Man Utd star Louis Sahacenter_img Advertisement Arsenal v Brighton preview: Freddie Ljungberg press conferenceTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 9:48FullscreenArsenal v Brighton preview: Freddie Ljungberg press conferencehttps://metro.co.uk/video/arsenal-v-brighton-preview-freddie-ljungberg-press-conference-2062026/This is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.‘I used to hate Arsenal and that was because of Patrick and his team-mates; they were impossible to play against.‘Arsenal need that character back and he would be the best fit to take Arsenal forward.’Saha’s endorsement comes after Arsenal reportedly identified Vieira as their top target to replace Emery.MORE: Nicolas Pepe impresses Freddie Ljungberg with superb skill in Arsenal training Advertisementlast_img read more

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