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Advertisement Shaun Wright-Phillips was courted by Arsenal in his pomp (Picture: Getty Images)Shaun Wright-Phillips could have moved to Arsenal instead of Chelsea in the summer of 2005 if Arsene Wenger hadn’t insisted on delaying a move until the next transfer window.The winger was at the height of his powers in 2005, having been voted into the PFA Team of the Year for his performances for Manchester City, scoring 10 goals over the 2004/05 season.This was pre-investment City and the bigger clubs were circling for their star man, with Chelsea and Arsenal interested in signing Wright-Phillips.Given his dad Ian is a Gunners legend, Arsenal may have seemed the obvious destination, but Wenger wanted to wait until January to do the deal, something Wright-Phillips was not prepared to do.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘They came in for me at the same time as Chelsea, but Arsene Wenger wanted to wait until January,’ Wright-Phillips told FourFourTwo.‘I’ve always been brought up to strike while the iron’s hot, because you never know what’s going to happen a week later.‘If I’d got injured, I might have missed both opportunities. Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 28 Apr 2020 11:14 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link577Shares Shaun Wright-Phillips details failed Arsenal move as Chelsea swooped to sign him Comment Advertisement Wright-Phillips went on to win the Premier League with Chelsea (Picture: Getty Images)‘Dad (Ian Wright) told me, “Son, of course I’d love it if you played for Arsenal, but we’ve got to take you where you fit best.” ‘We didn’t have to make a choice – Arsene made the decision for us.’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 CityWenger had openly spoken about his admiration for Wright-Phillips at the time and his interest in signing the young attacker, but why he wasn’t ready to make the move in the summer of 2005 isn’t clear.Speaking in 2004, Wenger said: ‘He is a guy we have an eye on and we follow his progress. He will be a major threat to us, has a tremendous work-rate and tremendous penetrating power.‘He is a Wright – and the Wrights have a big love affair with Arsenal. He is an interesting player, a winner and I like his attitude.’Shaun would sign for Chelsea for £21m, winning the Premier League title in 2006 and FA Cup the following season.MORE: Arsenal, Man Utd and Liverpool all interested in Monaco striker Wissam Ben YedderMORE: Chelsea ready to offload Jorginho if they beat Man Utd and Arsenal to Declan Rice transferFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.
Matt and Clair Goodall and their daughter Nyah were convinced to move to Brookhaven estate and build their first home, after attending an information session held by Frasers Property Australia.A SAVVY developer has helped first home buyers get into the property market by holding an information session on Queensland’s $20,000 First Home Buyer’s Grant.After attending one of the sessions, first home buyers Clair and Matt Goodall and their daughter Nyah are making the move to Queensland.Frasers Property Australia are holding the sessions as the June 30 deadline for the grant ticks down. As of July 1 the grant will revert back to its original $15,000.The couple have now bought into Frasers Property’s 1,500 lot Brookhaven community in Logan City“Our decision to buy at Brookhaven was influenced by the area, price and, of course, wanting to make the most out of the first home buyers grant before it ended,” said Clair.“The information session was great, it provided us with very helpful information about the local area and what’s to come”.With the construction process of the Goodall’s home set to start in September, they are planning for a move in early next year.Frasers Property Australia general manager residential Queensland Cameron Leggatt said the first homebuyer market accounted for almost 50 per cent of sales within the Brookhaven development.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoBrookhaven in Logan City.“This has led the team at Frasers Property to stage an event to help first-time buyersnavigate the purchase process,” Mr Leggatt said.Attendees heard from industry experts from Urbis, Horizon Financial Solutions, OWNit Conveyancing and Frasers Property Australia.Horizon Financial Solutions managing director Andrew Leak said there was a variety of ways that buyers with differing deposits could qualify for finance and he encouraged buyers to seek out a broker specialising in construction loans.“A broker can assess the first homebuyer’s situation with all lenders and all deposit options to co-ordinate the loan to suit individual needs,” he said.“I recommend first home buyers get pre-qualified for a loan before signing a contract so they can work to an accurate budget.”Brookhaven is set on a 150ha bushland-fringed site at Bahrs Scrub, it will have detached housing lots, a village retail centre, parks and green spaces.Land starts at $180,000 and there will be a display village opening in early 2018.
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. (May 28-29) – Jason Noll and Trevor Miller both went 2-for-2 at Arizona Speedway’s Memorial Weekend John Morris Classic.Noll picked up both $1,000 to win Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified features while Miller swept the $600 to win Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod main events.Noll raced from 10th starting to win Saturday’s caution-free 20-lapper and earn a spot on the ballot for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.“I had a pretty good car. We could go to the bottom to pass and then go back to the top,” said Noll, who worked his way past leader and eventual runner-up Mike Strobl seven circuits in. “We got into lapped traffic but had a pretty sizable lead so that wasn’t a factor.”Jeremy Thornton, Steven McCollough and Joey Moriarty completed the top five across the stripe.Win number two on season and on the weekend saw Noll draw the outside pole and lead every time around the track on Sunday, as well as dodge the spinning car that brought out the first of bang-bang-bang yellows that came out on unlucky lap 13.“We ran the last seven laps green and I was able to pull away some,” he said. “The car was just rolling really well. We were fortunate to have a pretty dominant weekend.”Thornton took home second-place pay. Chaz Baca Jr., Brian Schultz and Austin Kuehl were third through fifth, respectively.Miller has split time behind the wheel of the number 10M Northern SportMod with his father Bill and brothers Ben and Cody and made the most of his holiday weekend opportunities to win two 20-lap features, both from the third starting position.He’d topped his Saturday heat short a spring but retrieved it undamaged from the track, put it back on and tinkered with the setup just a bit before the feature.“I went top the top on a restart and the car was just stupid fast,” he said. “I just checked out.”Miller wasn’t as dialed in on Sunday but still found his way to the front quickly.“I stayed on the bottom,” he said. “I wanted to go to the top but didn’t hear any other cars and didn’t want to chance it.”James Dupre, Jason George, Ray Czumaj and Matt Martinez rounded out Saturday’s top five. Dupre, Miles Morris, George and Eric Winemiller were scored after Miller on Sunday.The wins were the second and third of the season for Miller.May 28 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Jason Noll; 2. Mike Strobl; 3. Jeremy Thornton; 4. Steven McCollough; 5. Joey Moriarty; 6. John Morris Jr.; 7. Don Earven; 8. Tyler Mecl; 9. Kelsie Foley; 10. Nate Warren; 11. Mike Martin; 12. Lance Mari; 13. Austin Kuehl; 14. Nick Gann; 15. Russel Allen; 16. Mark Stewart; 17. Chad Falco; 18. Norman Uptain Jr.; 19. Chris Caldwell; 20. Josh Wampole; 21. Duane Rogers; 22. Brad Whitfield; 23. Steve Stultz; 24. Eric Center.Northern SportMods – 1. Trevor Miller; 2. James Dupre; 3. Jason George; 4. Ray Czumaj; 5. Matt Martinez; 6. Adam Echter; 7. Tim Reese; 8. Dennis Gates; 9. Charles Hunt; 10. Dale Irby; 11. Jason Morris; 12. Kyle Smith; 13. David Harrington; 14. Clint Clausen; 15. Eric Winemiller; 16. Chris Toth; 17. Erik Shaw; 18. Tommy Thompson; 19. Dylan Ickes; 20. Lupe Gomez.May 29 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Noll; 2. Thornton; 3. Chaz Baca Jr.; 4. Brian Schultz; 5. Kuehl; 6. Allen; 7. Mari; 8. Falco; 9. Bryson Curry; 10. Whitfield; 11. Center; 12. Wampole; 13. Scott Francoeur; 14. Foley; 15. Uptain; 16. Martin; 17. Morris; 18. Stultz; 19. Warren; 20. Gann; 21. McCollough; 22. Strobl; 23. Scott Sluka; 24. Mecl.Northern SportMods – 1. Miller; 2. Dupre; 3. Miles Morris; 4. George; 5. Winemiller; 6. Toth; 7. Smith; 8. Echter; 9. Adolfo Noriega; 10. Gates; 11. Gomez; 12. Irby; 13. Shaw; 14. Hunt; 15. Clausen; 16. Czumaj; 17. Reese; 18. Morris.