Related posts:No related photos. Nearly half of the organisations that carried out redundancies in the past18 months plan to make further cuts this year, according to the CIPD’sfirst-ever report on workplace attitudes towards redundancy. The majority of organisations also report a decline in staff morale in theaftermath of redundancies. The report, Best of a Bad Job, sets out the findingsof a recent survey of 563 organisations which have made at least one employeeredundant over the last 18 months. In all, 45 per cent of firms polled believe they will have to make furtherjob cuts over this year. Nearly a fifth of redundancies were concentrated ingeneral manufacturing, 10 per cent in engineering, 7 per cent in retail and 5per cent in financial services. Nearly 40 per cent of HR professionals report that organisations are tooready to make people redundant to meet short-term changes in demand. The CIPD’s chief economist John Philpott, said: “Organisations willcontinue to carry out redundancies in the next year due to ongoingorganisational restructuring, irrespective of how well the economy performs. “Organisations are becoming more strategic in their operations andundertaking change to gear up for domestic and international competition. Soredundancy is no longer simply a defensive cost-cutting exercise.” The most common criteria used by employers to select people to be maderedundant is the employee’s role within the organisation, followed by jobperformance and ability or flexibility. Almost all employers claimed they tried to minimise redundancies with 74 percent offering alternative employment in affected posts, 56 per cent placing afreeze on recruitment and 55 per cent achieving workplace reduction throughnatural wastage. “It is also heartening to see that most employers have paid redundancycompensation above the statutory minimum,” he said. By Paul Nelson Previous Article Next Article Companies predict more job cuts before year endOn 4 Jun 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBaseballRegion 12BLANDING, Utah-Heston Jenson and Gage Brower had 3 RBI apiece as the Richfield Wildcats routed San Juan 11-1 in Region 12 baseball action Tuesday. Will Robinson earned the win on the mound for the Wildcats.MONROE, Utah-The Carbon Dinos pummeled South Sevier 7-1 Tuesday in Region 12 baseball action.Region 14SPANISH FORK, Utah-Griff Neilson posted 2 RBI and Josh Jackson posted three strikeouts in five innings of work as the Delta Rabbits edged American Leadership 6-5 Tuesday in Region 14 baseball action.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Porter Bowles threw a five inning no-hitter and drove in a pair of runs as the Juab Wasps crushed North Sanpete 18-0 in Region 14 baseball action Tuesday. McKane Tolley, Tryker Greenhalgh and Cooper Ford also added 2 RBI apiece for the Wasps.ROOSEVELT, Utah-Jeff Lyon drove in a run and Maddux Russell posted the win on the mound as the Union Cougars doubled up Manti 2-1 Tuesday in Region 14 baseball action.2-A SouthGUNNISON, Utah-Ryker Stewart amassed four RBI and Payton Dyreng drove in three runs as the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs routed Monticello 19-0 in 2-A South baseball action Tuesday. Makade Zufelt and Janzen Keisel posted 2 RBI apiece for the Bulldogs in the win. Easton Newman took the win on the mound for Gunnison Valley.SALINA, Utah-Ryker Frischknecht and Deagan Brazell had 2 RBI apiece as the North Sevier Wolves pounded Millard 10-0 Tuesday in 2-A South baseball action. Marshall Okerlund and Brody Butler also drove in a run apiece for the Wolves.SoftballRegion 12MOAB, Utah-Jessica Jones amassed 4 RBI and earned the win in the circle as the Grand Red Devils pounded South Sevier 22-6 in the first game of a Region 12 softball doubleheader Tuesday. Halle Packard also drove in two runs in victory for Grand.MOAB, Utah-Paige Shumway and Jaci Shumway each homered and the Grand Red Devils completed a Region 12 softball doubleheader sweep of South Sevier with a 170 victory Tuesday.PRICE, Utah-Haven Byerly and Gianna Bruno each went yard and the Carbon Dinos shellacked Richfield 25-2 Tuesday in Region 12 softball action. Aubrey Gleave had both RBI in the loss for the Wildcats.Region 14DELTA, Utah-Graciee Christiansen homered and the North Sanpete Hawks decimated Delta 19-2 Tuesday in Region 14 softball action. Lucy Oldroyd and Tyler Jo Miramontes drove in three runs apiece in victory for the Hawks.2-A CentralFILLMORE, Utah-Darion Maxfield and Hailey Flynn had 3 RBI apiece as the Millard Eagles crushed Piute 15-0 in 2-A Central softball action Tuesday. Shaylee Burraston earned the win in the circle for the Eagles.Boys SoccerRegion 12MONROE, Utah-Trevor Jenkins scored twice and the South Sevier Rams edged San Juan 6-5 in a shootout Tuesday in Region 12 boys soccer action.PRICE, Utah-Noah Bradford found the net twice and the Carbon Dinos doubled up Richfield 4-2 in Region 12 boys soccer action Tuesday. Daxton Tait and Jake Hyatt scored in the loss for the Wildcats.Region 14DELTA, Utah-Grady Lovell, Jarrett Smith and Braiden Gonder each scored as the Delta Rabbits blanked American Leadership 5-0 Tuesday in Region 14 boys soccer action. March 23, 2021 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 3/23 Brad James
Mayor Jay Gillian Dear Friends,The beach, boardwalk, bay and downtown are the cornerstones of our economy and our way of life here in Ocean City, and projects to maintain and improve them are vital to our future.On Monday (Oct. 16), the boardwalk will be closed between 10th Street and 11th Street as crews start to replace the entire substructure and decking between 10th Street and 12th Street. The remaining portion of the project area between 11th Street and 12th Street will close on Monday, Oct. 23. Bicyclists and pedestrians traveling the length of the boardwalk will be detoured to Ocean Avenue at 9th Street and 12th Street. Access to the boardwalk and stores between 9th Street and 10th Street will remain open. See map and more info.The work is expected to be complete by March 2018. When it’s done, we will have completed a seven-year project in five years and will have completely restored the heart of the boardwalk between Fifth Street and 12th Street. This phase will add at least one new oceanside pavilion to the five that have already been constructed (with the possibility of two more beyond the project area). I want to thank all the merchants, runners, cyclists, residents and guests for their patience during this essential infrastructure improvement.As soon as next weekend, the Army Corps of Engineers could begin work to restore beaches between Seaspray Road and the area approaching the 14th Street Pier. The renourishment project will include about 1 million cubic yards of new sand to elevate and widen our beaches, and to stockpile material to help us rebuild dunes at Fifth Street and other areas. The work is expected to take about 50 days but could stretch into the new year, depending on weather conditions and other factors. A pipeline from a dredge stationed off Great Egg Harbor Inlet will hit the beach near Morningside Road. Work will start north of that point, then proceed south. This is the eighth renourishment project for Ocean City, and the Army Corps knows well that we are all extremely grateful for the protection of our property.Work to dredge shallow lagoons at Carnival Bayou, Sunny Harbor and South Harbor also will begin on Monday (Oct. 16). One contractor will begin hydraulic dredging at Carnival. Survey crews for another contractor will be in Sunny Harbor placing stakes with flags to mark dredging boundaries. Anybody who is boating, paddling or swimming in the area should be aware of the work, pipelines, equipment and markers in the area.A neighborhood meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, at the Ocean City Tabernacle (550 Wesley Avenue). The purpose of the meeting is for the city to detail the potential process for residents to conduct private boat slip dredging in Carnival Bayou, Sunny Harbor and South Harbor this fall. The mechanical dredge contractor for Sunny Harbor and South Harbor and the hydraulic contractor for Carnival Bayou will be present at the meeting. The presentation will include an update on the project timelines and information on the application process. Anybody who is unable to attend will be able to find information from the meeting at www.ocnj.us/Capital-Projects-Bay.At last night’s meeting, City Council approved an ordinance that authorizes borrowing money for the purchase of a commercial property next to the Tennessee Avenue boat ramp. The ordinance was brought forward because opportunities to purchase waterfront property adjacent to an existing recreational facility are rare and because the area is zoned for further residential development. I’d rather see the property become a community resource than be developed further.The community understandably wants more information on potential plans for the property. The city is investigating the structural and environmental integrity of the building and potential rehabilitation costs, and I will continue to work with the homeowners association of the adjacent Ocean Reef community and Ocean City residents on a vision before making any recommendation to move forward. Under any circumstance, the public will have plenty of opportunity to provide feedback on the idea before any potential action would be taken.Finally, I want to let everybody know that buttons for the 2018 First Night Ocean City are now on sale for $15. The family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration is now in its 26th year, and it’s a great opportunity to enjoy a safe holiday. The buttons are available at the City Hall Welcome Center (9th Street entrance), the Welcome Center on the Route 52 causeway or online at firstnightocnj.com . Anybody interested in helping out with the event, can download the First Night volunteer form here .Warm regards,Jay A. GillianMayor
There is a new music festival coming to Memphis, Tennessee on October 6th & 7th at Shelby Farms Park, to celebrate the birthplace of Blues, Soul, and Rock & Roll. The inaugural MEMPHO music festival will open its doors with performances from Cage the Elephant, Cold War Kids, Bishop Briggs, Southern Avenue, and Dan Luke & the Raid on Friday night. The celebration will continue on Saturday with a full day of music from Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, a very special tribute to the music of Memphis set from Steve Cropper & Friends, Booker T. Presents: A Stax Revue and a Journey through Soul, Blues, and R&B, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Hard Working Americans, The Weeks, and Jojo Hermann’s Slim Wednesday.MEMPHO will be the first major music festival held amid the natural splendor of Shelby Farms Park. Just minutes from downtown Memphis, and five times the size of New York’s Central Park, Shelby Farms is one of the largest urban parks in America and features diverse outdoor activities including biking, canoeing, zip lining, and horseback riding. With two stages of music and culinary options for every taste and budget, MEMPHO will offer attendees an abundance of great music, food and nature. The menu will of course include Memphis’ legendary barbecue, as well as a wide array of beer, wine, and cocktails.It’s been a tough year for first festivals, but Mempho looks to be an exception. Big River Presents have recruited a stellar team of professionals to work with the event, including talent buyer Rand Levy of WE Festival and Soundset, production manager and fellow Memphian Mike Smith from Widespread Panic, Royal Studios owner Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell, former Ardent/Compass Point Studios engineer and legendary producer Terry Manning, Rolling Stones and Allman Brothers Band keyboardist Chuck Leavell, and the city of Memphis.Chuck Leavell, who is also the founder of the Mother Nature Network (MNN) added in the festival’s press release, “As a special advisor to MEMPHO, I’m proud to help bring one of the greatest musical cities in the world a new kind of music festival. The setting is spectacular and the talent line-up is top notch with a combination of great new artists and some established fan favorites. As an environmentalist, I’m also very pleased that everyone involved has a high sensitivity to keeping the event clean and green, and in harmony with nature.”With the tagline, “music food and nature,” MEMPHO seems to share the urge to preserve the rich musical history of Memphis. Its founders are committed to making it an integral part of the Memphis cultural scene for years to come. At 4,500 acres, Memphis’s Shelby Farms Park feels like the obvious home for this new-natured event. The Park features miles of paved and unpaved trails, dozens of lakes and ponds, the internationally recognized and sustainably designed Woodland Discovery Playground, a buffalo herd, the FedEx Event Center, The Kitchen Bistro and Kitchenette, a water play splash pad, an outdoor event stage overlooking an 80-acre lake, a treetop adventure course and more. It’s the perfect backdrop for this exciting inaugural event.For more information, head to the festival’s website.
The Disco Biscuits kicked off the third and final night of their run at The Capitol Theatre with “Help On The Way” > “Slipknot” > “Franklin’s Tower”, paying homage to The Grateful Dead and their history at the iconic venue. Guitarist Jon “the Barber” Gutwillig rocked a tie-dye and played a custom Languedoc—on loan from the Soul Monde guys—for the second night in a row.Ever since Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart joined the band at Red Rocks in 2015, there has been an undeniable connection between the Biscuits and The Dead. In his book, Deal: My Three Decades of Drumming, Dreams, and Drugs with The Grateful Dead, Kreutzmann said that bands like the Disco Biscuits are keeping the spirit of The Dead alive in today’s scene of jam bands. As the Biscuits continue to grow—as individuals and as a band—their approach to jamming has transitioned into a more patient and mature style. It’s an idealistic cross between improvisational rock n’ roll and livetronica. Using space to their advantage, they’re able to capture the attention of live music enthusiasts both young and old. Last night was a prime example of that, and it’s only going to continue to evolve.Out of “Help > Slip > Franklin’s”, they jammed into “Spraypaint Victory”, then closed the segment with “Sound 1”. The “Shem-Rah Boo” > “Cyclone” > “Spraypaint” that followed to round out the first set was easily one of the best segments of the run. They hit their stride in a way that was cohesive and purposeful. They were listening to each other and keeping things simple, adding layers of sonic texture without stepping on each other’s toes. Drummer Allen Aucoin and bassist Marc Brownstein provided a sturdy canvas for Barber and keyboardist Aron Magner to illustrate melodies upon. Seeing them seamlessly jam into “Cyclone” was especially memorable, as they had complete control of the crowd and used dynamics to their ultimate advantage. It was as if they couldn’t miss, and the way they slid into the ending of “Spraypaint” was as flawless as it gets. They ended the first set with triumphant conviction, their passion and love for the music radiating from the stage.When the band walked onstage for the second set, the applause was electrifying. They dropped into “Voices Insane” with complete confidence. Wasting no time, they soared into an inverted “Shelby Rose” with glorious gracefulness. Once they hit the jam, they took the crowd for a ride with a smooth groove that was both invigorated and meaningful. Barber was switching guitars on the fly, from his custom green Stratocaster to his classic Gibson hollow body, and then to his new cream Stratocaster which he purchased at the end of 2018. The transition into the ending of “Voices Insane” was truly impressive.Next came “Little Shimmy in a Conga Line”, one of their most classic songs. From there, they went into “Humuhumunukunukuapua’a”, one of Brownstein’s best songs, then they jammed into one of his newer songs, “Miracles”. Since its debut, the song has produced some great improvisation—first at the Ogden Theater in 2017 and now at the Capitol Theatre, which is a good sign for fans of this band that want them to write new songs. The ending of “Little Shimmy in a Conga Line” is one of the best ways to close out a set—fierce and powerful. The crowd erupted as they hit the final notes with sheer dominance. From the rail to the rafters, the energy was otherworldly.The Disco Biscuits’ three-night run at The Capitol Theatre capped off a monumental run of shows that stretched from October to February. The Disco Biscuits have cracked the code. They have found out what works for them, and it shows in a manner that is unmistakably positive. All four of the band’s members are connecting in a way that is wise while still remaining youthful. At this rate, the Disco Biscuits aren’t going anywhere, so whether you love them or hate them, you cannot deny their impact and contributions to the world of live music. They are bridging the gap of yesteryear and tomorrow with laser-like focus and true love for one thing, and one thing only: the music. Long live the Disco Biscuits.Below, you can watch a full, pro-shot video of The Disco Biscuits’ last of three performances at The Cap:The Disco Biscuits – The Capitol Theatre – 2/2/19 – Full Pro-Shot Video[Video: The Disco Biscuits]Next up for The Disco Biscuits is a two-night stand in New Orleans during Jazz Fest on April 26th and 27th. For more information, head to the band’s website.Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 2/2/19I: Help on the Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin’s Tower-> Spraypaint Victory-> Sound 1, Shem-Rah Boo-> Cyclone-> Spraypaint VictoryII: Voices Insane-> Shelby Rose (inverted)-> Voices Insane, Little Shimmy in a Conga Line-> Humuhumunukunukuapua’a-> Miracles-> Little Shimmy in a Conga LineE: Helicopters
The greatest event youve ever organized or attended is coming up, or it is still fresh in your memory. It should be considered for a Vermont Top Ten Event award! Now is the time to submit your application for next years Vermont Chamber of Commerce Top Ten Summer and Top Ten Fall events.Nominations are being accepted for summer and falls hottest and brightest in the Green Mountain State. All events scheduled between May 1, 2006, and October 31, 2006 are eligible. An independent panel of judges chosen by the Vermont Chamber will select the Top Ten Summer events and the Top Ten Fall events. Winners are announced in January.Events that are selected to be a Top Ten share some of the following characteristics: they appeal to out-of-state visitors and a diverse audience (including children), it is foreseeable that the event can accommodate attendance up to twice the typical count, the event is likely draw outside visitors as a destination, and the event has room for growth. Judges also weigh the geographics and dates of the nominated events to come up with a diverse list of winners.At no cost to winners, Vermonts premier events list is widely publicized through press releases to national media. The Top Ten Events are also featured in the official travel guide of the State of Vermont, the Vermont Vacation Guide (circulation 200,000); in the Vermont Chamber Country Inns and B & Bs brochure (circulation 100,000); and on the Vermont Chambers highly visited online events calendar at www.vtchamber.com(link is external).Chris Fogg, Vermont Chamber Vice President of Travel & Tourism, noted Selection as a Top Ten Event is a strong marketing tool. Top Ten winners have found that the additional publicity increases attendance, and that the awards prestige also aids in securing funding for future events. All winners receive a certificate and the Vermont Chamber signature Top Ten logo to use in their marketing materials.Nominations must be postmarked by September 27, 2005 to be considered in the contest. Contact Trena Whiton at the Vermont Chamber for a nomination form:(802) 223-3443; [email protected](link sends e-mail).
Governor Peter Shumlin and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick spearheaded a bipartisan call on Congress from 15 Governors to urge level-funding for LIHEAP, the low-income home heating program that faces up to a 50 percent reduction in Washington. In a letter signed by Governors from primarily cold-weather states, the group said “time is of the essence. Winter has already begun in our states, and distributing meaningful benefit levels to households in need is critically important.” “Vermonters are facing a devastating cut in heating assistance this winter unless the White House and Congress approve the funding to ensure every family can afford to stay warm,” Gov. Shumlin said. “No one should be forced to choose between heat, food, medications and other vital necessities. Today I join other Governors and leaders in urging Washington to stand up for Americans with winter approaching and provide the funding necessary to guarantee a warm home for all.” The Governors are calling for $4.7 billion for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, the same amount approved last year. In addition, they are asking Congress to require the federal Health and Human Services Department to distribute $3.4 billion to the states now, pending approval of the additional $1.3 billion, arguing that families need the money immediately to begin heating their homes and cannot await final Congressional and White House approval of the full-funding. “As the heating season begins, home energy prices remain high,” the Governors wrote. “We request your timely action to ensure LIHEAP funding in this fiscal year will allow states to provide meaningful assistance to vulnerable households struggling with home energy bills.” About 27,800 low-income Vermont families depend upon heating assistance to stay warm this winter. Earlier this month, Gov. Shumlin directed an initial $13.5 million LIHEAP payment to assist families in need of heating assistance, enabling families to afford at least one minimal delivery of home heating fuel as the cold weather gets underway. Vermont is receiving a total of $11 million from Washington for LIHEAP this year, significantly less than past years. Governor’s office. 11.11.11
Police chase on Blue Ridge Parkway leaves one dead The name of the deceased has not been released while officials contact the next of kin. The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and the NC State Highway Patrol are investigating the incident. One person is dead after an accident on the Blue Ridge Parkway that happened just after 6 a.m. on July 5, the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. The incident occurred after a deputy observed a vehicle “swerving into the oncoming traffic lane,” and attempted to initiate a vehicle stop. The driver sped away from the deputy, “resulting in the suspect’s fatality from injuries of vehicle accident,” the release said. Salgado Lopez is the second person to die at the canyon in recent weeks. On June 24, a 49-year-old woman from California died of heat exposure while hiking the South Kaibab Trail to Phantom Ranch. On Sunday, Dominion Energy and Duke Energy announced the cancelation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), citing ‘ongoing delays and increasing cost uncertainty which threaten the economic viability of the project.’ The pipeline would have transported fracked gas from West Virginia, Virginia and the Carolinas and was recently the focus of a Supreme Court decision giving the National Forest Service authority to issue a special use permit allowing the pipeline to cross the Appalachian Trail. The Atlantic Coast pipeline is dead “The Atlantic Coast Pipeline was a climate catastrophe and economic boondoggle from the start. The smart investment today is in the people of Central and Southern Appalachia. Not in the resources that might be extracted and exported, but in projects that generate local wealth, healthy communities and clean, sustainable energy. We are hopeful that this momentous victory is merely a tipping point as our society pivots towards a clean energy economy that works for all people.” “Just one day after July 4, America is stunningly closer to true energy independence with the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline,” said Mike Tidwell, Executive Director of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. “The fossil fuel era is rapidly drawing to a close in Virginia and nationwide thanks to the ferocious six-year opposition to the destructive pipeline. That opposition was waged by environmentalists, farmers, justice groups and common residents across the region.” First proposed in 2014, the 600-mile pipeline was widely opposed for its environmental impacts and the huge estimated cost of $8 billion to complete the project. An Arizona woman is dead after plunging 100 feet into the Grand Canyon while taking photos on Friday, park officials said. Maria Salgado Lopez, 59, was with her family on the South Rim of the canyon when she accidentally stepped off the edge while taking photos. During the time of the accident, the woman was hiking off the designated path. “The Atlantic Coast Pipeline was never needed, and the facts have never been more clear: fracked gas has no role in our energy future,” said Tom Cormons, Appalachian Voices Executive Director, in a statement. “From Robeson County, N.C., to Harrison County W.Va., in statehouses and courthouses, communities have stood shoulder to shoulder to protect their land, their water and their communities. Today’s announcement marks a historic victory for environmental justice. Woman falls into Grand Canyon while taking photos
Participants dressed up as elves, Santa, gingerbread men, and even the abominable snowman from ‘Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.’ More than 250 runners laced up in the cold to run the 5K race, one of the largest showings in the event’s history. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Christmas in just ten days away, but on Sunday, downtown Binghamton was flooded with runners in the holiday spirit as they took part in the 9th annual Binghamton Santa Run. “It’s great to see everybody come out, all the holiday costumes, everybody is very creative and just getting into the holiday spirit,” said Kristen Coppola, the president of the St. John the Evangelist PTG, which hosts the run. Participants were treated to food and a hot chocolate bar beforehand, and could also take part in raffle baskets. Coppola told 12 News the run this year had 10 sponsors, the largest it has had in its nine-year run.
Fraser could join Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Ryan Fraser has been offered to Arsenal ahead of a potential free transfer this summer after rejecting fresh terms at Bournemouth. Fraser’s contract expires at the end of this month and he has so far rejected the offer of a short-term contract for the rest of the season. Bournemouth are still hopeful they can persuade the Scotland winger to play in their final nine games of the season. They are close to agreeing deals with four other players in similar situations. The Cherries are currently in the relegation zone and it would be a big blow to their survival hopes to lose Fraser for the remainder of the campaign. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBut, according to The Times, Fraser is fearful of sustaining an injury that would scupper a transfer to a bigger club. He changed his agents in order to pursue a move away from Bournemouth and has been offered to Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 11 Jun 2020 11:31 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.9kShares Arteta is working on a tight budget (Picture: Getty)Fraser has continued training with the team and Eddie Howe could still use him for the first games of the resumed season at home against Crystal Palace before a trip to Molineux to face Wolves. The 26-year-old admitted in January his form had suffered this season because he hadn’t ‘played for the team’ in the first half of the season. 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 ArsenalAnd it’s possible he won’t play for them again. Arsenal’s transfer budget is relatively limited amid the coronavirus pandemic and Fraser could be seen as a decent option to pick up on a free.Should Arsenal sign Ryan Fraser?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Comment Advertisement Contract rebel Ryan Fraser offered to Arsenal for free transfer