first_imgArsenal manager Arsene Wenger is constantly looking to upgrade his forward line, at his defence’s expense, and now wants to add Rolando Aarons to his young English legion.Manchester City and Liverpool are also keen on the flying winger but it appears the Gunners are the keenest on the 19-year-old England youth international who has looked scintillating in his cameo appearances this season.But what do the experts think about Aarons’ potential? talkSPORT finds out…“He’s like a flying left winger with good ability – really good ability.“He’s good running on the ball, which is what you need on a pitch like that, and he’s one that we’ve got high hopes for in the first team. He’s probably the main one. We expect him to do good things.”Newcastle and England hero Peter Beardsley, who is currently the Magpies’ reserve team manager“I think he had some troubles at Bristol City, but I really like him as a person. He has got his feet on the ground, he has got tremendous potential and this could be a breakthrough season for him.”Toon boss Alan Pardew on Aarons’ potential“He is very well thought of at Newcastle, particularly for his attitude.“I used to call him Big Time Charlie because he wasn’t like that at all – he has his feet on the ground.“Some of the lads have stayed in touch with him – he’s a grounded individual.“We knew he was good enough to play in the Premier League – we could see that in him.Aarons’ former PE teacher Dave McGibbon“What I have seen of him I have really liked. He’s still very young and he’s done well in the games he’s played in.“He will have a lot of improving to do but the fact that he’s forced his way into the Newcastle side at such a young age shows he’s a good player.“He will need guidance from the people at Newcastle and hopefully if he does keep listening and learning he goes on to be a really great player.”Ex-Magpies winger Keith Gillespie gives his thoughts on the 19-year-old“I’m not Raheem Sterling – and Raheem Sterling is not me.“Raheem Sterling has played really well for the last two or three seasons and I’ m nowhere near that level yet. I don’t want people to compare us, although he’s obviously a player that I admire.”Aarons on comparisons between him and Liverpool and England sensation Raheem Sterling 1 Rolando Aarons last_img read more

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first_imgGalatasaray taraftarları, Fransa’da PSG taraftarlarını kovalıyor. pic.twitter.com/64x50Ym1yy— Ali Sami Yen Sokak (@ASYSokakOrg) December 11, 2019It did not seem to get much better inside the stadium either with another video showing Galatasaray supporters throwing flares from the stands. Flares appeared to be thrown in a town square in Paris Galatasaray taraftarları, Paris’te kendilerine saldıran PSG taraftarlarını kovalıyor. pic.twitter.com/FTRjeljsAv— Galatasaray Video (@GSarayVideo) December 11, 2019On the pitch, PSG secured a comfortable 5-0 victory over Galatasaray thanks to goals from Mauro Icardi, Pablo Sarabia, Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani.PSG topped Group A, finishing five points clear of Spanish giants Real Madrid, while Galatasaray are out of Europe completely after ending matchday six bottom with just two points. 3 A video on social media shows a flare being thrown into a city square before kick-off. LIVE on talkSPORT The French champions could face Chelsea or Tottenham in the last-16 after both Premier League clubs finished second in their respective groups. The trouble is believed to have occurred at around 9pm in Paris It has been reported that 100 fans, mostly wearing black jackets and balaclavas, were involved in the unsavoury scenes.French outlet Le Parisien claim one person suffered a head injury.center_img 3 Police were forced to use tear gas in an attempt to thwart PSG and Galatasaray fans before Wednesday’s Champions League clash.Flares and chairs were thrown as the trouble plagued the centre of Paris at around 6pm. Galatasaray fans have smuggled an impressive amount of pyro into the Parc des Princes tonight. PSG 4-0 up in a game that’s outcome is insignificant as Les Parisiens are already through as group winners. (📸@Stickwic) pic.twitter.com/aCauPHRLcT— Get French Football News (@GFFN) December 11, 2019A third video showed one set of supporters running with chairs in their hands chasing fans through a street. 3 Fans were being chased by other supporters armed with chairs Check out all the live commentaries coming up across our network this week… Standard Liege vs Arsenal (Thursday, 5:55pm) – talkSPORT 2Charlton vs Hull (Friday, 7:45pm) – talkSPORT 2Liverpool vs Watford (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORTBirmingham vs West Brom (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORT 2Chelsea vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) – talkSPORT 2Southampton vs West Ham (Saturday, 5:30pm) – talkSPORTlast_img read more

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