Man in the frame? Who would you like to see as the pivot for Wales in the Six Nations? In November there was a chance to see Biggar and Priestland starting games, however the Scarlet was dropped and then recalled whilst Hook flitted in as cover. Perhaps others need more of a chance; Hook is your hero; Anscombe needs a taste of the big time despite a short period in Wales? TAGS: Highlight For 24 hours only we want to know who you would pick to be the Wales fly-half in the upcoming Six Nations.There are other condidates we could pick for this poll – Cardiff Blues playmaker Rhys Patchell is worth an honourable mention, despite being out with injury and some rate Bristol No 10 Matthew Morgan very highly – but with current form, league competed in and fitness status, we opted for these five choices.So who would you like to see as Wales’ first receiver against England on Friday 6 February at the Millennium Stadium? The options are Dan Biggar of the Ospreys, Rhys Priestland of the Scarlets, James Hook of Gloucester, Owen Williams of Leicester Tigers or Gareth Anscombe of Cardiff Blues. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Whatever your view, here’s the chance for you to hang your hat on one of the stand-offs. But be quick… we will stop taking votes at 1pm on Tuesday 16 December! Who should be Wales fly-half for the Six Nations? (Poll Closed) Create Your Own Poll Who should be Wales fly-half for the Six Nations?
With Umphrey’s McGee’s mash up album ZONKEY due out on November 11th, the band has been sharing individual tracks from their new release. The band has been cleverly combining cover songs by different bands for many years now, though ZONKEY marks the first such effort in the studio.The newest track to premiere (via Relix) is “Electric Avenue To Hell,” a mash-up of Eddy Grant’s “Electric Avenue” and AC/DC’s “Highway To Hell,” with parts of UM’s original “The Triple Wide” as well. The track features Jennifer Hartswick on vocals, a fact that instantly elevates any studio cut.Take a listen to the newest ZONKEY track to debut, below.
Cesc Fabregas explains why he would sign Kylian Mbappe ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi Cesc Fabregas says Kylian Mbappe reminds him of former Arsenal team-mate Thierry Henry (Picture: Getty)Cesc Fabregas has revealed that Kylian Mbappe would be his priority signing if he was a manager and had all the money in the world to spend. The legendary 32-year-old midfielder was in his second season with Ligue 1 outfit Monaco when the coronavirus pandemic brought French football to a halt.It’s clear Fabregas is already thinking about his next step when he finally hangs up his boots and the 2010 World Cup-winner, remembered for his spells with Arsenal, Chelsea and Barcelona, joined Spanish radio station Cadena Cope at the weekend to share his insights on the game he loves.Read the latest updates: Coronavirus news liveADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterMonday 20 Apr 2020 9:21 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link671Shares Mbappe ‘goal getting and speed’ has blown Fabregas away (Picture: Getty)During his time at Barca, Fabregas shared a dressing room with arguably the greatest player of all-time, Messi, but the Spaniard overlooked his former team-mate when asked which player he would look to sign if he was a current manager.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Cristiano is 35 and Leo is going to turn 33, they are older,’ Fabregas explained.‘For youth, talent, desire and mentality, I would sign Mbappe. ‘The thought of having him for ten years up front for my team, I would go for him.’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 ArsenalFabregas reserved special praise for PSG and Borussia Dortmund stars Neymar and Erling Haaland but couldn’t look past Mbappe for his number one pick, a player who reminds him of Thierry Henry.‘Then there are players like Neymar and Haaland, but due to his goal getting and his speed, Mbappe reminds me of Henry,’ Fabregas added.‘I saw him from in behind and it was a delight when you gave him a long pass into space.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Arsenal hero Charlie Nicholas sends Alexis Sanchez warning to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang amid Manchester United transfer linksMORE: Romelu Lukaku names Tammy Abraham & Mason Mount as the best prospects at Chelsea Advertisement
Greensburg, IN — Due to a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) funding shortfall, likely resulting from unforeseen complications from the CARES Act and the Coronavirus pandemic, the Greensburg Municipal Airport expansion has been paused for 2020.After the Greensburg Aviation Board received bids for the Greensburg Municipal Airport runway project, a grant application was submitted to the FAA on June 30 in the amount of $4,689,212. This grant would cover the professional services, as well as the construction of the grade and drain package of the new runway. This grant request was under the planned program amount of $5,055,997.On July 24, the FAA notified the Greensburg Board of Aviation that the Airport Improvement Program was running out of discretionary funds much faster than expected. The Greensburg Board of Aviation has developed a ‘Plan B’ minimum funding plan to utilize the airport’s Non-Primary Entitlement funds. The ‘Plan B’ request would be for $374,416, which would cover professional services, approach surveying for the future runway approaches, and a partial land acquisition reimbursement. ‘Plan B’ will also ensure the local community expenses are covered in the event the original $4,689,212 grant is unable to be funded.