Life In The Fast Lane #9: Russell Makes It Two At Monaco, Williams Get New Director

Welcome to week nine of Overtime Online’s F1 column: Life In The Fast Lane. This week we’re looking at the Monaco Virtual Grand Prix, the appointment of Simon Roberts to Williams and the rumours linking Sebastien Vettel to Aston Martin -Racing Point.

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Arsenal 0-0 Sporting CP Player Ratings

Tweet Arsenal 1 Petr Cech-6 A quiet night for Cech as Sporting posed virtually no trouble to his goal with the Czech not having to make a single save. 12 Stephan Lichtsteiner-6  Worked hard down Arsenal’s right flank but to no avail in an attacking sense. Prevented Sporting attackers on several occasions. Went off late with a hamstring injury. 5 Sokratis-7 Very solid performance from the Greek on his return from injury. Looked sharp and made some good tackles. 16 Rob Holding-6 Did his job and kept a clean sheet….

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Arsenal: A shadow of themselves

Tweet Crunching tackle by Tony Adams. Patrick Vieira picks up the loose ball and Arsenal can counter here. Vieira feeds through Robert Pires who dances past his marker like he didn’t exist. A sublime one-two with Dennis Bergkamp sends Thierry Henry through who scores in usual fashion to put Arsenal 4-0. The home crowd is loud and vibrant. Arsene Wenger smiles and applauds his players who play the beautiful game in a way most can only dream. After the worst home victory The Emirates has ever witnessed, every Arsenal fan…

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The Seagulls Summary #2: The Next Window

In the second edition of The Seagulls Summary, Charlie Parker-Turner updates us on what should be next for Brighton ahead of the next transfer window.

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Premier League and EFL suspended until April 3

Tweet The Premier League and EFL have postponed all matches until April 3, due to coronavirus concerns following an emergency meeting Friday morning. The news comes after an emergency meeting between senior officials from each Premier League club was called following the news of Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi testing positive for the virus last night. The Premier League becomes the latest league to be suspended after Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi test positive for the coronavirus pic.twitter.com/I1CuhhtZLQ — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport)…

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