Watch as Pepe dribbles for 14 seconds in Olympiacos box without passing to Arsenal mates’ frustration [VIDEO]

first_img“I think we have enough goal threat in this team but we have to put our chances to bed,” Arsenal boss Arteta when asked specifically about Pepe’s performance in his post-match press conference.Pepe madness pic.twitter.com/70EdR9oW0b— Karim (@Piateknique) February 27, 2020Arsenal fans were frustrated as well with many feeling that he tried to do a little too much. I’d say that’s too much of show off right there.— Hairy Macancheese (@macncheese065) February 28, 2020 Beautiful nonsense— jamil (@SidiMilu) February 28, 2020 Decision making is bad, should have shot or pass.— ɭeo (@afc_al) February 28, 2020center_img waay too much— Karim (@Piateknique) February 27, 2020 Arsenal winger, Nicolas Pepe is undoubtedly a technically-gifted player and a talented dribbler who isn’t shy of trying to beat opposition defenders.That’s what drove Arsenal to sign the player from Lille last summer for £72m.More average performances than good so far this season have left the patience of Arsenal fans to the Ivorian’s on-pitch antics a little thin.Improved performances under new manager Mikel Arteta appeared to have got fans of the Gunners warming up to him.Those feelings of frustration with the young winger returned fully during Arsenal’s Europa League exit at the hands of Olympiacos on Thursday night.With Arsenal 1-0 down at home on the night and looking for a goal to take them ahead on aggregate in the 74th minute, Pepe controlled a ball on the left, beat one man and entered the box,He then twisted and turned four times in the box, spurning a number of chances to cut the ball to a teammate – there were three of them in the box with him.After the fourth turn, the defenders crowded around Pepe and got it clear for a corner.This piece of play visibly frustrated strikers, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazaette who were hoping for a cutback.See the sequence below:last_img read more

Sizzling summer 2017 hotspots from Ireland West Airport Knock

first_imgDonegal sunseekers can now book flights to some of their favourite European destinations as the summer 2017 schedule is announced at Ireland West Airport Knock.Passengers from across Donegal can now choose between 22 international destinations for next year, flying with three of Europe’s major international airlines: Aer Lingus, Flybe and Ryanair.Next summer, the airport will offer the biggest selection of sun destinations from the north west, building on the airport’s reputation as the most popular gateway for European sun breaks. 2017 will see the return of services to popular European hotspots including Alicante, Barcelona, Croatia, Faro-Algarve, Lanzarote, Milan and Tenerife with Ryanair and Costa Dorada (Salou) with Falcon Holidays and Croatia with Concorde Travel.These services continue to be hugely popular with holidaymakers from Donegal in particular, with more than 30,000 people from the county last year opting to fly from Ireland West Airport due to the convenience, value for money and hassle free nature of travelling from the airport.Summer 2017 will see the airport offer the largest choice of UK destinations from any airport along the western seaboard, with more than 100 weekly flights to and from key UK markets such as London Luton and Stansted with Ryanair, London Gatwick with Aer Lingus, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh with Flybe and Bristol, East Midlands and Liverpool with Ryanair.The London market is a particularly strong destination for the airport with up to five daily services to the city, including morning and evening return flights to both Luton and Stansted with Ryanair on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays and an additional afternoon service to Gatwick with Aer Lingus on a daily basis. Not only is there a large selection of destinations to choose from, but passengers can now book their car parking online on www.irelandwestairport.com and enjoy savings of up to 30% on the normal price of airport parking. A week’s parking is now available to pre-book online from just €25, which is amongst the cheapest airport parking rates available in the country.Furthermore, Bus Eireann now offer up to five daily services to and from the airport from Donegal, bringing the airport even closer to people throughout the region.For a full list of destinations available from Ireland West Airport Knock log onto www.irelandwestairport.com or keep up to date by following the airport on Facebook and Twitter.Sizzling summer 2017 hotspots from Ireland West Airport Knock was last modified: October 11th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more