Advertisement Advertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterMonday 6 Jul 2020 8:35 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link173Shares Arsenal should not have signed Nicolas Pepe, says Tim Sherwood Nicolas Pepe has scored twice since the return of the Premier League (Picture: Getty Images)Tim Sherwood feels Arsenal wasted their money on Nicolas Pepe last summer, when they have Bukayo Saka in their ranks.Pepe cost the Gunners an enormous £72m when they signed him from Lille last year and he has not really lived up to that huge pricetag.The 25 year old has scored twice since the Premier League returned in June, but that has taken his tally to just five league goals for the season in 27 appearances.The Frenchman appears to be improving as the season goes on and could still have a very bright future at the Emirates, but Sherwood is so impressed with Saka, that he feels Pepe should not have been bought in the first place.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe 18 year old has burst onto the scene this season and been impressive at left-back and on the left wing, so much so that he feels there is little to choose between the teenager and the £72m man.‘I think he’s got the game-time because of his versatility,’ Sherwood told Premier League Productions of Saka.‘When he saw Pepe come through the door he must’ve thought, “How am I ever going to play?” Saka has impressed his manager, Mikel Arteta (Picture: Getty Images)‘But let me tell you there’s not £70 million’s difference between that kid Saka and Pepe, nowhere near.‘In fact they should’ve saved their money and just developed that young boy.‘They’ve got a manager now who wants to look at their academy, look how many are coming off the bench, [Joe] Willock, [Ainsley] Maitland-Niles, so many of these kids.‘Just like Chelsea have done. The kids are there at all these clubs, just give them the chance to play.’Saka scored his first Premier League goal for Arsenal in the 2-0 win at Wolves on Saturday and Sherwood expects it to be the first of many.‘He’s very neat when he gets in the opponents’ box whether it’s to produce an assist or finish a move,’ continued the former Tottenham boss.‘I think the move was really good as well, he was in the right spot at the right moment. A very important goal.‘In the first half he struggled in some moments, he started to understand it better after 20 minutes I think.‘He scored a really good goal but what I liked about him was when things aren’t going for him the way he keeps trying and trying instead of putting his head down and being disappointed.’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 CityIt was a fantastic finish from Saka as he opened the scoring for his side at Molineux, and in a week in which he also signed a new contract at Arsenal, he was delighted with the last few days.‘It’s been a week that I’ll remember for my whole life,’ Saka told Sky Sports.‘It’s been a great week not just for me, but the Arsenal fans. You can see what the manager is building and we’re really delighted with the results we’re getting and that I can tie down my future here.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I’m 18 and it’s been a dream to play for this club. I came up from the academy this season so I feel like I have to take it game by game. Wherever the boss puts me, I have to try and give my best. I’m so grateful to be here.’MORE: Arsenal fans convinced Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is staying after hint on InstagramMORE: Jose Mourinho hits back at Arsenal over Facebook jibe by claiming Gunners ‘don’t have much to celebrate’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.
Ciara Everard finished outside the medals in sixth position in the 800 metres final while John Travers ended 9th in the 1500 metres.Fiona Doyle has earned a silver medal in the 50 metres breaststroke, that’s her second medal of the games after winning bronze and securing her Olympic spot in the 100 metres breast stroke during the week.
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The civil aviation industry in India has emerged as one of the fastest growing industries in the country during the last three years. With 19% growth in domestic passenger traffic from about 6.1 crore in 2014 to 10 crore in 2016-17, India is now the third largest aviation market in the world, with the promise to grow even further.It is majorly because of its impressive and inclusive nature defined by the Regional Connectivity Scheme –UDAN that has made air travel possible for even the common man in remote areas.The Regional Connectivity Scheme UDAN has been by far the most path-breaking achievement of the Ministry. 31 currently served, 12 under-served and 27 under served airports are now connecting 128 RCS routes across the country. 50 airports are being revived and 13 lakh new UDAN seats are being added annually under the first round of UDAN for a Viability Gap Funding of Rs 205 crore.P Ashok Gajapathy Raju, Union Minister for Civil Aviation while briefing the media about the achievements of his ministry during the last three years stated that average or median airfares fell by 18% during 2016-17, making flying more affordable for the common man.Scheduled domestic flight movements also rose from seven lakh in 2014 to 8.2 lakh in 2016, an 8.2% CAGR growth. As against 395 aircrafts in the fleet of Indian carriers, currently there are 496 aircrafts in operation and another 654 are under purchase.Route Dispersal Guidelines have been rationalised, multiple provisions have been made for MRO service providers and a slew of initiatives like the AirSewa portal, enhanced compensation for cancellation and boarding denial have been taken for improving passenger convenience.The minister also talked about other achievements of the Ministry like promoting Ease of Doing Business by allowing 100% FDI in domestic scheduled air transport, Open Skies Service Agreements offers to 49 countries and five SAARC nations etc, developing a robust security architecture by complying with ICAO requirements, Anti Hijacking Act etc, promoting innovative technology like GAGAN, India’s first navigation based system to improve accuracy of air navigation services and focusing on skill development in the aviation sector.About skill development the Minister informed that the first Executive Aviation Course was launched by India’s first Aviation University in February 2017. 800 ATCs were recruited by AAI in the last two years and more than 400 are planned to be recruited in 2017. The Minister said that Aerospace and Aviation Skill Sector Council has been formed to monitor growth of skill development.Jayant Sinha, Civil Aviation, MoS said that the ministry hopes to have 200 plus airports in the next 10-15 years. He informed that the capacity of existing major airports is also being increased rapidly, while Greenfield airports are coming up at several places in the country like Goa , Navi Mumbai and other places. read more