Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 15 Dec 2019 6:54 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link491Shares Aubameyang failed to make an impact in Arsenal’s defeat to Manchester City (AMA/Getty Images)‘Big fan of his, he’s not shy in letting other people know when he’s not happy.‘I think there was a similar incident in the last home game [with Joe Willock] against Brighton.‘I don’t like that. There are a lot of young players here at Arsenal.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 City‘It’s a difficult time for these club.‘I’ve said it before but I don’t think the experienced players are bringing in enough.‘We’ve all been young players at some stage, we all need help.’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 Arsenal Advertisement Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s attitude has been criticised by Jamie Carragher (AFP via Getty Images)Jamie Carragher has criticised Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for his negative reaction towards Arsenal’s younger players following their defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.Freddie Ljungberg’s side found themselves three goals down by half time against the Premier League champions as Kevin De Bruyne scored twice while Raheem Sterling also struck from close range.Aubameyang, meanwhile, struggled to make an impact in the game as Arsenal registered just one shot on target in the whole game which came after 33 seconds.The Gunners captain was criticised last week after he was caught berating Joe Willock for the midfielder’s misplaced pass during the 2-1 defeat at home to Brighton.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAnd Carragher believes Aubameyang should be helping Arsenal’s younger players as opposed to publicly criticising them on the pitch.‘At times he’s looked like he is that type of player,’ Carragher said during his commentary for Sky Sports. Comment Jamie Carragher hits out at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal’s defeat to Manchester City
Tweet 12 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Where you live could be a factor in developing chickenpoxExposure to sunlight may help impede the spread of chickenpox, claim researchers.The University of London team found chickenpox less common in regions with high UV levels, reports the journal Virology.Sunlight may inactivate viruses on the skin, making it harder to pass on.However, other experts say that other factors, including temperature, humidity, and even living conditions are equally likely to play a role.The varicella-zoster virus is highly contagious, while it can be spread through the coughs and sneezes in the early stages of the infection, the main source is contact with the trademark rash of blisters and spots.PollutionUV light has long been known to inactivate viruses, and Dr Phil Rice, from St George’s, University of London, who led the research, believes that this holds the key why chickenpox is less common and less easily passed from person to person in tropical countries.It could also help explain why chickenpox is more common in the colder seasons in temperate countries such as the UK – as people have less exposure to sunlight, he said.He examined data from 25 earlier studies on varicella-zoster virus in a variety of countries around the world, and plotted these data against a range of climatic factors.This showed an obvious link between UV levels and chickenpox virus prevalence.Even initially confusing results could be explained – the peak incidence of chickenpox in India and Sri Lanka is during the hottest, driest and sunniest season.However, Dr Rice found that, due to atmospheric pollution, UV rays were actually much lower during this season compared with the rainier seasons.He said: “No-one had considered UV as a factor before, but when I looked at the epidemiological studies they showed a good correlation between global latitude and the presence of the virus.”Professor Judy Breuer from University College London said that while UV could well be contributing to the differences in the prevalence of chickenpox between tropical and temperate regions, there were other factors which needed to be considered.She said: “Lots of things aside from UV could affect it – heat, humidity and social factors such as overcrowding.“It’s quite possible that UV is having an effect, but we don’t have any firm evidence showing the extent this is happening.”BBC News Share Share HealthLifestyle Sun ‘stops chickenpox spreading’ by: – December 19, 2011
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Head coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, CK Akonnor, says he is happy at the club and is not bothered about the constant speculation around his future.Kotoko reached the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup and are top of Zone A of the ongoing NC Special Competition.But that has not stopped stories about an imminent departure of Akonnor from circulating in the media.SSpeaking after his team’s 2-0 win over Berekum Chelsea in Kumasi, Akonnor said the rumours do not bother him.“I’m here [at Kotoko] with a 3-year contract and I’m happy. There will come a time when Kotoko will not be happy with me and will ask me to go and that’s normal.“I was once with Ashgold, and they were not happy with me and I left. If Kotoko are not happy with me, they will ask me to leave and that’s normal. But I don’t concern myself with those rumours [that he will be sacked]. I know I will not be here forever,” he said.