Comment Saka drew Arsenal level against Standard (Picture: Getty)Freddie Ljungberg hailed Bukayo Saka’s heroics against Standard Liege, but admitted the youngster was annoyed with him before kick-off.Saka rescued a draw for a young Arsenal side against Standard in their final Europa League group game, setting up Alexandre Lacazette before scoring the equaliser himself.Arsenal were 2-0 down and heading for another humiliating defeat before Saka and Gabriel Martinelli stepped up to salvage a point.Asked about how he rated Saka’s performance, Ljungberg said: ‘He was amazing.ADVERTISEMENTHe’s made one, and now he’s scored one! 🔥Bukayo Saka with a lovely one-two before placing it into the bottom corner 👌Lovely finish from the youngster… pic.twitter.com/vVoXpQdPnN— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) December 12, 2019 Advertisement Coral BarryThursday 12 Dec 2019 9:49 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link245Shares ‘He was a bit upset with me before the game that he had to play wing-back and full-back.‘He’s a tremendous talent. His final ball & last bit is always effective.’AdvertisementAdvertisementSaka, 18, was starting his first game under Ljungberg and will now be pushing to be included in Arsenal’s Premier League sides.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 CityThe left winger has started four league games this season, but has managed just 12 minutes since Ljungberg took temporary charge.The result meant Arsenal finished top of their group and ensured they would be top seeds in the last-32 draw.‘It’s very, very good. We started the group really well and had some problems,’ Ljungberg said of topping the group. Saka didn’t want to play at wing-back (Picture: Getty)‘We played a lot of games lately, I wanted to give the young ones a chance but I needed to rotate.‘We have a game again on Sunday.‘Of course it was a small gamble but I believe in those young players and they pulled through and we’re top of the group.’MORE: Freddie Ljungberg ‘feels sorry for Arsenal’s young players’ despite Bukayo Saka’s ‘tremendous night’MORE: Martin Keown hails Arsenal star Gabriel Martinelli and slams ‘lucky’ Freddie Ljungberg Advertisement Arsenal hero Bukayo Saka ‘upset’ with Freddie Ljungberg before Standard Liege game
89 Skyline Terrace Burleigh HeadsIT has been nearly a decade since Australian Open champion Rodger Davis listed his Burleigh Heads trophy home, but it has finally sold for a multi-million dollar figure this week. 89 Skyline Terrace Burleigh Heads finally sold after a decade long stint on the marketMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe former world top-10 golfer bought the home at 89 Skyline Terrace for $2.25 million in 2006 and took it on and off the market for nine years. Black Label Property Broadbeach agent Andrew Ramsey was marketing the property for offers above $2.1 million. 89 Skyline Terrace Burleigh HeadsIn 2013 the property went to auction where it failed to sell and until recently it was rented out for $1300 per week. Set on 1144sq m with views to Surfers Paradise, the four-bedroom Mediterranean-inspired home has a gourmet kitchen, wine cellar and pool. 89 Skyline Tce, Burleigh Heads.he home was built by developer Larry Lazarides who lived in it until he sold to Davis’. Parquetry floors and timber window frames feature throughout the home which has views out to Surfers Paradise. Davis had a long career in professional golf and featured at The Masters, US Open and The British Open, where he finished runner-up in 1987.
The Times 27 January 2018Family First Comment: And why not? Even young people aspire to the ‘gold standard’ (not perfect, but still miles ahead of the alternatives)….. “Cohabiting parents are also far more likely to split up than those who walk down the aisle. Only a quarter of parents who were married when their first child was born had separated by the time the child turned 15. This compared with 56 per cent of parents who were unmarried when their first child was born and married later and 69 per cent of those who had never married.” www.protectmarriage.nzThe vast majority of teenagers want to get married when they grow up, despite the growing trend for cohabitation, a study has found.More than three out of four youngsters aged 14 to 17 said it was one of their key aspirations and that marriage was not the same as living together, according to the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ).The right-wing think tank is calling for teaching on marriage and commitment to be part of the revised sex education curriculum. The guidance will be updated for the first time in 20 years in the spring, with sex education lessons becoming compulsory, and campaigners fear that the emphasis on life-long commitment will be lost.While the desire for marriage remains strong, statistics suggest many teenagers will never realise their ambition. The last census found that more than a third of people are not or have never been married, an increase of three percentage points on ten years ago. The number of weddings taking place each year is at a historic low. The Marriage Foundation predicts that on current trends half of today’s 20-year-olds will ever marry.Marriage has also become a perk of being rich. Among the highest earners, 87 per cent get married, compared with only 24 per cent of low earners.Cohabiting parents are also far more likely to split up than those who walk down the aisle. Only a quarter of parents who were married when their first child was born had separated by the time the child turned 15. This compared with 56 per cent of parents who were unmarried when their first child was born and married later and 69 per cent of those who had never married.Frank Young, head of family policy at the CSJ, said: “Despite growing up with no better than a 50/50 chance of their own parents separating, young people still have strong relationship ambitions. Not only do young people want a lasting relationship in adult life, they aspire to marriage. Updated guidance on relationships education shouldn’t ignore the word marriage.”READ MORE: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/cba0b654-02dd-11e8-9de1-e6776d524215Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.