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William Saliba - Anthony Albanese - Archie Battersbee - The Seekers hitmaker Judith Durham dies aged 79 after chronic illness - metro.co.uk - Australia - Britain - USA - Victoria, Australia
The Seekers hitmaker Judith Durham dies aged 79 after chronic illness
Noise11.com.Australian luminaries, including the prime minister Anthony Albanese, have paid tribute to the singing sensation.Describing Judith as a ‘national treasure and an Australian icon,’ Albanese wrote on Twitter: ‘Judith Durham gave voice to a new strand of our identity and helped blaze a trail for a new generation of Aussie artists.‘Her kindness will be missed by many, the anthems she gave to our nation will never be forgotten.’Judith soared to fame in the 1960s as a member of the folk/pop quartet The Seekers, where she was on vocals, piano and tambourine.The trailblazing group scored a slew of top 10 hits with songs such as A World of Our Own and Morningtown Ride.With single I’ll Never Find Another You, The Seekers enjoyed global success, reaching number one in the UK, where it was the seventh best-selling track for 1965, and number four in the US.In fact, the four-piece were the first Aussie band to have had a top five hit in their home country, the UK and the United States and have now sold over 50million records worldwide.After enjoying record-breaking international success, Judith parted ways with The Seekers to pursue a solo career.She recorded multiple albums including Mona Lisas and Let Me Find Love until 2013, when she released her final LP, It’s Christmas Time.  Archie Battersbee dies in hospital after life support withdrawn, family confirmsSix arrested after 'lethal brawl breaks out at holiday park over football match''Real class' - William Saliba responds to Arsenal legend Martin KeownJudith was born on July 3, 1943 in Victoria, Australia, to a navigator father and his wife, Hazel.During her childhood, she lived in Tasmania and Melbourne, where she started her singing career in jazz clubs at the age of
Nicolas Pepe - Kieran Tierney - Mikel Arteta - Bernd Leno - Thomas Partey - William Saliba - Gabriel Magalhaes - How Arsenal are expected to line up at Crystal Palace with Jesus, Zinchenko and more - dailystar.co.uk
How Arsenal are expected to line up at Crystal Palace with Jesus, Zinchenko and more
Arsenal heading into the new season.Mikel Arteta's side have been uncharacteristically efficient in the transfer market, swooping quickly and quietly for their targets, and paying smart money for them too.Last season might have ended painfully, but few expected the Gunners to even get close to the top four, and after adding goals, experience, depth and defensive solidity to their squad over the past few weeks, there's genuine belief that their Champions League exile has only one more year left to run.READ MORE: Arsenal player wages list shows Thomas Partey and Nicolas Pepe both in the top threeThey kick-off their Premier League campaign against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park this evening, and fans around the country will be on tenterhooks to see just how Arteta's budding new-look side will line up.Here's what we at Daily Star Sport reckon he'll go with: (4-2-3-1)Goalkeeper: Aaron RamsdaleWith Bernd Leno sealing a move to Fulham this week, Ramsdale's place in the line up is pretty much untouchable, if it wasn't already. Matt Turner has arrived from New England Revolution but won't do anything other than deputise for the time being.How do you think Arsenal will line up? Let us know in the comments section below.Defence: Benjamin White, William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhaes, Oleksandr ZinchenkoZinchenko will get his first of what we presume will be many games at left back this evening, given Kieran Tierney's injury record, while White will be shunted out to the right to accommodate for Saliba, who has arguably been Arsenal's best player in pre-season.
Mikel Arteta - Ruben Neves - William Saliba - Jonathan David - Armando Broja - Arsenal ‘plot six summer signings’ with three positions absolute priorities - dailystar.co.uk - city Leicester
Arsenal ‘plot six summer signings’ with three positions absolute priorities
Arsenal are preparing for a major transfer overhaul this summer and are reportedly planning to bring in at least six players.The club are prioritising two new strikers and a midfielder, but have also set their sights on a new centre back, a right back and a left back.Following an unsuccessful approach for him in January, Arsenal are planning another move for Real Sociedad striker Aleksander Isak, while Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Lille's Jonathan David also remain targets.It's understood the Gunners are big admirers of Chelsea's Armando Broja, who is currently on loan at Southampton, though they know doing business with their London rivals won't be easy.In midfield, the club is considering moves for Aston Villa's Douglas Luiz, Wolves' Ruben Neves and Leicester City star Youri Tielemans.Luiz and Tielemans will both have just a year left on their respective contracts at the end of the season, and neither are expected to sign an extension.As for defenders, Middlesbrough right-back Djed Spence, who is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest, is believed to be high on the club's wish-list, but they're likely to face stiff competition for his signature from other Premier League sides, including arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur.If Arsenal land all they targets they want in the summer, can they challenge for the title next season? Let us know what you think in the comments section...They remain open to the idea of bringing in a new centre back, but the return of William Saliba, who has impressed on loan with Marseille this season, means it's low on their list of priorities.Mikel Arteta's side are in pole position to finish in the top four this season after racking up four consecutive league victories, and are in with a
William Saliba - Williams - William Saliba named Marseille's player of the month to follow Arsenal trend - dailystar.co.uk - France
William Saliba named Marseille's player of the month to follow Arsenal trend
Arsenal, his parent club, who have handed out their Player of the Month awards to the backline and goalkeeper this season.Mikel Arteta’s men gave Aaron Ramsdale the Player of the Month award in both October and November, while Takehiro Tomiyasu has also collected the award this season.Saliba, meanwhile, has been given the award three times this campaign in France, with it looking more and more likely that he will emerge back into Arteta’s side.The 20-year-old - who moved to the Gunners for £25million 2019 from Saint-Etienne - has been a standout performer for the southern French side this season, playing more minutes than any other player who’s aged 20 and under in Europe's top five leagues.Indeed, the Frenchman has started every single game for Jorge Sampaoli’s side in Ligue 1.The Athletic report reported that the Gunners will soon need to make their mind up over the future of Saliba, whether bringing him back to the club or selling him on.Where will Saliba be next season? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section belowSaliba, who has never played professionally for Arsenal, had revealed he respects Arteta's call to cut him out of the first-teamThe Spaniard had sent the youngster out on loan twice - Nice in January 2021 as well as his current tenure - but Saliba has said he understood the call.“There are things like that in football,” Saliba told RMC Sport. “There are difficult times.
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William Saliba shows why Arsenal still don't trust him with Marseille mistake
Arsenal supporters have been given a glimpse as to why the club doesn't appear to trust William Saliba after the defender's mistake allowed Lyon to net a last minute winner against Marseille on Tuesday night.The 20-year-old defender joined the Gunners from Saint-Etienne for £27million in 2019, but mysteriously hasn't made a single appearance for the club to date.He was immediately loaned back to Saint-Etienne for a year, before spending half of the following season in Arsenal's U23 squad.Next he was loaned out to Nice and again to Marseille in July despite glaring defensive frailties in Mikel Arteta's back line.For two-and-a-half years Gunners fans have searched for an explanation, and may have finally got one yesterday.Heading into the final minute of normal time during Marseille's clash with fierce rivals Lyon, an innocuous ball was lofted towards Lyon striker Moussa Dembele.Saliba rushed over to stop the Frenchman turning, but misjudged his tackle and was caught flat-footed as Dembele knocked the ball past him and scooped the ball over Marseille keeper Pau Lopez to secure all three points for the home side.It was a fabulous piece of individual brilliance on Dembele's part, but may have also demonstrated some of Saliba's naivety and inexperience.Is William Saliba good enough to be playing for Arsenal right now? Let us know what you think in the comments section below...That being said, many on social media claimed the mistake harshly tarnished an otherwise brilliant performance from the France U21 star.Either way, he'll have to cut out mistakes like that to stand any chance of making it into Arteta's good books, should he return to the club next season as expected.