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Jack Wilshere reveals the one difference between Mesut Ozil and Cesc Fabregas

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 28 Apr 2020 5:50 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link270Shares Ozil is out of contract in 2021 (Picture: Getty)‘Not that quick, not really strong but just playing with your brain.‘I played in a few games where he (Cesc) was man marked which says it all really. ‘Someone who is not going to really run away from you with the ball or beat and push you off the ball. To literally be man marked, I remember we played Bolton once and Fabrice Muamba followed him for the whole game.’MORE: Virtual tennis king Andy Murray calls for patience over sporting return amid coronavirus crisis Wilshere praised both Ozil and Wilshere (Picture: Getty)‘They can change a game and they can control a game – more so Fabregas could control a game. That’s the difference’ said Wilshere. ‘Ozil wouldn’t really get involved in the build-up but Cesc would drop.‘I’ve seen games where he must have greated 10 to 12 goalscoring opportunities just by dropping off.‘I’ve had this conversation with him recently where that player is sort of going out the game a little bit.center_img Mesut Ozil and Cesc Fabregas during a game in 2015 (Picture: Getty)Ex-Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has identified the one difference between former team-mates Mesut Ozil and Cesc Fabregas.The West Ham star was once the next big thing at the Emirates but left the club in 2018 after years of struggles with injuries.The England international’s career at Arsenal spanned over the latter years of Arsene Wenger’s tenure but he crossed paths with a number of excellent midfielders, most notably Fabregas at the start and Ozil at the end.The duo both excelled in the attacking midfield role with the Gunners but played the position in contrasting ways, with Wilshere claiming that Fabregas had a greater ability to control a game.ADVERTISEMENT Jack Wilshere reveals the one difference between Mesut Ozil and Cesc Fabregas Advertisementlast_img read more

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Pennsylvania to Highlight Importance of Preventing Elder Abuse

first_img  SHARE  TWEET By: Teresa Osborne, Secretary of Aging Pennsylvania to Highlight Importance of Preventing Elder Abuse Seniors,  The Blog The Department of Aging is proud to announce that Pennsylvania will be hosting another national event: the 27th Annual National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA) Conference.The department is honored to serve as the primary sponsor for the NAPSA conference, which will be held August 29-31, 2016, at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia, PA. The conference features the country’s leading adult protective services professionals and provides opportunity for them to share their knowledge and expertise with others.Recently, as part of the June 15th recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, we paused with communities around the globe to raise awareness about elder abuse, and we recognized the work of 46 adult protective services investigators who received the 2016 Protective Services Leadership award. The Department of Aging was pleased to applaud the work of those who respond to elder abuse every day in their local communities, and encourages all Pennsylvanians to become involved in the prevention of elder abuse to ensure the safety and well-being of older adults.The conference theme is “Protect, Prevent, and Empower”. Skill building and networking opportunities are embedded within the conference, which is designed for adult protective services professionals, attorneys, educators, bankers, case workers, law, enforcement officers, and advocates. CEU and CLE credits are available.Register for the conference here.If you have any questions, contact Dan Smedley, Conference Chair, at 717-425-5719 or dsmedley@pa.gov. Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf August 09, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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