Arsenal Fan TV star slams club legend Ray Parlour for claiming supporters want Unai Emery’s team to lose

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement Arsenal Fan TV star slams club legend Ray Parlour for claiming supporters want Unai Emery’s team to lose Parlour, however, believes the channel has benefited and indeed profits from the negativity which currently surrounds the club.He told talkSPORT: ‘How can they call it Arsenal 𝘍𝘢𝘯 TV?’‘AFTV want Arsenal to lose as it is better for them. They should call it Arsenal Fail TV.’DT, the channel’s most popular personality, who himselfs commands a subscriber base of 226,000, took issue with Parlour’s comments, reminding the 46-year-old he has been a guest on their shows in the past.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 ArsenalHe wrote on Twitter: ‘You were not calling it that when you were on there, Ray.‘You might be a legend of the club but it does not mean you can go around talking rubbish about fans who go to every single game and saying they enjoy losing, it’s the radio show YOU work for that enjoy seeing Arsenal lose!’MORE: Unai Emery gave no hint of Arsenal sacking in message to players after Eintracht Frankfurt defeatMORE: Unai Emery praises Granit Xhaka’s performance and thanks fans for ‘helping’ Arsenal midfielder Arsenal Fan TV regular Mr DT took issue with Ray Parlour’s controversial accusation (Picture: YouTube)Ray Parlour has been branded a hypocrite by AFTV regular MR DT after the Arsenal legend claimed supporters were happy when the team loses.Unai Emery is facing the sack after last night’s farcical 2-1 Europa League defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt, played out in front of a half empty Emirates Stadium.The Spaniard has presided over a calamitous run of just one win from the last nine matches and looks set to be given his marching orders today, less than a month after he was given a vote of confidence by the club’s board.AFTV, a YouTube channel with over one million subscribers, has established its reputation as the outspoken, unofficial, voice of the club’s fanbase with cult personalities such as DT regularly attracting over 100,000 views.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTIndeed, his post match verdict on last night’s defeat, during which he called on the board to end Emery’s reign, has already been played on 421,000 occasions.“How can they call it Arsenal 𝘍𝘢𝘯 TV?”“AFTV want #Arsenal to lose as it is better for them.”“They should call it Arsenal Fail TV.”We played a clip from @AFTVMedia to @RealRomfordPele & he gave us his honest opinion about the platform! 😡Thoughts? 💭 pic.twitter.com/N6Vm0jU3mm— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 29, 2019 Metro Sport ReporterFriday 29 Nov 2019 10:14 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link15Shares Commentlast_img read more

Governor Wolf: Grant Brings Sandy Hook Promise to Over 70 Schools

first_img October 15, 2018 Education,  Press Release,  Public Safety,  Schools That Teach Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf announced today that $1 million has been awarded to Pennsylvania for over 70 schools to implement violence prevention programs through the Sandy Hook Promise, which was created after the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.“Parents and students deserve to have confidence that our commonwealth’s classrooms are safe,” said Governor Wolf. “There are many approaches to preventing violence, and this funding builds on holistic efforts, including a $60 million investment from the state, to help schools and communities make our classrooms safe places for children to learn.”The funding from the U.S. Department of Justice’s (USDOJ) Office of Justice Programs was awarded through the STOP School Violence Prevention and Mental Health Training Program and authorized by the STOP School Violence Act enacted in March 2018.The Pennsylvania Department of Education has been working with Sandy Hook Promise (SHP). The funding will be used to implement SHP’s Start With Hello and Say Something, which are among SHP’s Know the Signs programs aimed at empowering students. Start With Hello encourages and guides students in creating socially inclusive school communities, while Say Something trains students to recognize the signs and appropriately intervene when they identify someone as exhibiting behaviors that they may be a threat to themselves or others.Today’s announcement follows the release in August of the Pennsylvania School Safety Task Force created by Governor Wolf and the Auditor General Eugene DePasquale after the high school shooting in Parkland, Florida. The previously announced $60 million investment through the School Safety and Security Committee, as well as the existing Safe School Targeted Grants, are working together equip schools and communities with a range of the tools to prevent violence.“Pennsylvania schools are working to create environments where every student, staff member, and visitor feel valued and respected,” said Education Secretary Pedro Rivera. “This grant will empower students and spark an expansive grassroots effort to improve the climate in schools across the state.”The funding will allow SHP to provide training to more than 70 schools across the commonwealth.Schools receiving training include: Allentown City School DistrictBuilding 21 AllentownFrancis D Raub Middle SchoolHarrison-Morton Middle SchoolLouis E Dieruff High SchoolSouth Mountain Middle SchoolTrexler Middle SchoolWilliam Allen High SchoolBethlehem Area School DistrictBroughal Middle SchoolEast Hills Middle SchoolFreedom High SchoolLiberty High SchoolNitschmann Middle SchoolNortheast Middle SchoolBristol Township School DistrictArmstrong Middle SchoolBrookwood Elementary SchoolKeystone Elementary SchoolMill Creek Elementary SchoolRoosevelt Middle SchoolTruman Senior High SchoolClairton City School DistrictClairton Middle School/High SchoolErie City School DistrictCentral Career & Technical SchoolDiehl SchoolEast High SchoolHarding SchoolJoAnna Connell SchoolNorthwest PA Collegiate AcademyPfeiffer-Burleigh SchoolRoosevelt Middle SchoolStrong Vincent High SchoolWayne SchoolWoodrow Wilson Middle SchoolHarrisburg City School DistrictCamp Curtin AcademyCougar AcademyHarrisburg High SchoolHarrisburg HS – SciTech CampusMarshall Math Science AcademyRowland AcademyLebanon School DistrictLebanon Middle SchoolLebanon Senior High SchoolMonessen City School DistrictMonessen Middle SchoolMonessen Senior High SchoolReading School DistrictNortheast Middle SchoolNorthwest Middle SchoolReading Intermediate High SchoolReading Senior High SchoolSouthern Middle SchoolSouthwest Middle SchoolSoutheast Delco School DistrictDarby Township SchoolDelcroft SchoolHarris SchoolSharon Hill SchoolSusquehanna Community School DistrictSusquehanna Community Elementary SchoolSusquehanna Community Junior/Senior High SchoolUnion Area School DistrictUnion Area HSWoodland Hills School DistrictWoodland Hills AcademyWoodland Hills Intermediate SchoolWoodland Hills Junior/Senior High SchoolYork City School DistrictDavis SchoolDevers SchoolFerguson SchoolGoode SchoolHannah Penn Middle SchoolJackson SchoolMcKinley SchoolWilliam Penn Senior High SchoolChester Community Charter SchoolFirst Philadelphia Preparatory Charter SchoolKeystone Education Center Charter SchoolNew Day Charter SchoolLawrence County CTCJefferson County-DuBois AVTSFor more information about Pennsylvania’s education policies and programs please visit the Department of Education’s website at www.education.pa.gov or follow PDE on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Governor Wolf: Grant Brings Sandy Hook Promise to Over 70 Schoolslast_img read more

Eberechi Eze’s Spurs move doubtful

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Tottenham qualify for Europa League Pochettino’s 19-year-old son signs new deal at Tottenham Former Spurs boss Pochettino open to Premier League return QPR midfielder Eberechi Eze’s move to Tottenham may now be off. The Sun said Eze’s hopes of landing a dream move to Tottenham could be scuppered by the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino. The £20 million-rated midfielder has been tracked by the majority of Premier League clubs after making a huge impact in the Championship with Queens Park Rangers. Spurs were at the head of the queue after Pochettino instructed his scouts to make detailed assessments of his game ahead of a potential bid in January. But now that move is under threat following the club’s decision to axe the Argentine boss last month.Tags: Mauricio PochettinoQueens Park Rangers of England playerlast_img read more