Video Settings Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 8 Jul 2020 11:19 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link167Shares Full Screen Keown responded to Campbell’s advice for Aubameyang (Picture: Stadium Astro/Youtube)Martin Keown responded to Sol Campbell’s advice for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to have a ‘serious’ conversation over his Arsenal future by warning the Gunners about handing the striker a bumper new contract. Campbell advised the Gabon international, 31, to work out what the club’s plans are for the next couple of years before committing his future to the Emirates. Keown, however, thinks Arsenal should be wary over offering the attacker big money. He fears Aubameyang will be handed a hefty deal and then fail to live up to the high standards he set – in similar fashion to how Mesut Ozil’s Arsenal career has gone downhill since he signed a £350,000-a-week contract.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT PLAY Read More by Metro ‘I hope that Aubameyang is a different type. ‘It may be that he goes, but a quick decision needs to be made this summer.’Campbell had said previously of Aubameyang’s future: ‘He’s got to settle down and have a conversation with the manager and he needs to have a clear understanding of what they’re looking to spend, who they’re trying to get in.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 Arsenal‘It’s going to come down to trust, can he trust the club to say, right we are looking for x, y and z, we’re going to bring two or three players in and I think they’ll push us on to really challenge for the top four or really you never know, the Premiership. ‘He needs to sit down with his people and have a serious conversation about where the club is going in the next two or three years, because he hasn’t got five years, six years to say let’s see how it goes, he needs almost instant success now.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. SPONSORED Coming Next Read More 1 min. story Skip Ad Comment Martin Keown reacts to Sol Campbell’s ‘serious’ advice for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Top articles Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Skip 1/1 / About Connatix V67539 Read More Read More ‘Aubameyang is one of those players – of course you want to keep him at the football club,’ Keown told Stadium Astro.‘But you don’t want the Ozil situation that as soon as he signs a bumper deal that he goes into a comfort zone. ‘Something like that happened to Ozil, we lost that player when he signed for all that money every week. Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Advertisement Advertisement
Ripley County Boys Golf Meet at Milan. Match was played at Hoosier Links Golf Course (Back 9) on Friday (4-27).Team Scores: Batesville 172, Milan 202, Jac-Cen-Del 246, South Ripley No Team ScoreMatch Medalist: Tristian Lamppert-Batesville (+1) 37All Ripley County: MVP-Tristian Lamppert-Batesville (+1) 37 (Repeats as MVP from 2017); Ross Harmeyer-Batesville 43; Joseph Cerniglia-Batesville 45; Chris Hawk-Milan 46; Andy Gutzwiller-Batesville 47.Next Match: Monday 4/30/18 @ Greensburg vs. Greensburg and MilanRecord: 13-2 (1-1 EIAC)Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Siefert.
Sony’s big gaming news this week is confirmation that its Gaikai acquisition back in 2011 is turning into an important future business venture in the form of PlayStation Now. Sony hopes that PS Now unlocks PlayStation gaming on just about every platform you can think of, including TVs, mobile devices, and anything “new to market” they care to support in the future.We’ve already discussed what Sony could charge for access to the service, and how it may even replace console hardware in the future, but Sony has also decided to implement a PS Now requirement that will help bolster sales of PlayStation peripherals in the long term.If you access PS Now on a PlayStation or PS Vita, you have the necessary controller or controls available to play games with. But what about on a TV or tablet? Touchscreen controls are problematic, as are gestures, so Sony has decided to bypass the control issue completely by requiring a DualShock controller be used with PS Now.That may sound like Sony cashing in by requiring you purchase an expensive games controller, but if you think about it, it makes a lot of sense for gamers, too. If you are offering PSOne, PS2, PS3, and PSP games through the service, you need all the controls the original games had available to play them properly. Requiring a DualShock means no tweaking control mappings and offering the best (as the developer intended) experience by default.It seems most likely that the DualShock 3 will become the controller of choice for PS Now. It’s also likely when buying a Bravia TV it will come bundled with one instead of those 3D specs you see thrown in right now. PS Now is more lucrative a proposition for Sony than 3D, so offering a controller is in the company’s interests. We also can’t forget there’s more than 80 million PS3s out there already, meaning a high percentage of gamers already have access to the required controller.