Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 22 Oct 2019 3:57 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Comment Advertisement Dani Ceballos struggled to make an impact as second half substitute against Sheffield United (Picture: Getty)Dani Ceballos has vowed to fight until the end for a place in the Premier League’s top four after Monday’s disappointing defeat against Sheffield United.Arsenal slipped to their second defeat of the season after they were unable to find a suitable response to Lys Mousset’s 30th minute goal which ultimately proved the difference between the two teams.Ceballos was introduced as a substitute in place of Joe Willock at the start of the second half, but the Spain international was unable to influence a match during which Arsenal were able to muster just three shots on target.AdvertisementAdvertisementReacting on Twitter, Ceballos wrote: Yesterday was not the day, but the show must go on and we have to put our mind on Thursday.ADVERTISEMENT‘This league is long and we keep fighting. Gunners always stand up.’Arsenal remain in fifth place in the table, two points adrift of Chelsea, and manager Unai Emery admits he has plenty to work on ahead of home fixtures against Crystal Palace and Wolves who took five points off the Gunners at the Emirates last season.‘Really, my point of view tonight is that there are things to analyse and improve,’ he said.‘Defensively at the beginning of the match they pushed and we didn’t stop them. We didn’t concede a lot of chances, but they had corners offensively and they can score from these corners.‘We had more than them, but we know they are a strong team in that situation and they use it to win matches. In other situations throughout the 90 minutes I think we controlled it in moments to create more chants.‘We didn’t score tonight, but if we played another match like tonight, I think it’s more easy to achieve the points.’Will Arsenal finish in the top four?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Arsenal legend Ian Wright criticises Unai Emery for dropping Dani Ceballos against Sheffield UnitedMORE: Unai Emery issues challenge to Nicolas Pepe after Arsenal star missed sitter vs Sheffield United Dani Ceballos makes Arsenal vow after damaging defeat to Sheffield United
The Rams have agreed to extensions with coach Sean McVay and general manager Les Snead through the 2023 season, the team announced Friday.The move will keep together a tandem that is credited with not only helping turn the Rams into an offensive powerhouse that became NFC champions last season but also is regarded one of the top coach/GM pairs in the league. Philip Rivers ‘loves’ Melvin Gordon, but Chargers seem content with ‘deep’ running back group “Sean and Les have been a dynamic team and have been integral in developing a culture that has allowed our players and entire organization to thrive,” owner Stan Kroenke said (via NFL Network).Snead, 48, joined the Rams organization as GM when the team still was in St. Louis. It was there that he selected future All-Pro defensive lineman Aaron Donald in the 2014 NFL Draft, but it wasn’t until two years later — after the team moved back to LA — that he made a career- and franchise-defining move when he traded up in the 2016 draft to select quarterback Jared Goff with the first overall pick.That move came on the heels of his taking running back Todd Gurley in 2015.That 1-2 punch, however, didn’t come to fruition until Snead and the Rams hired McVay, the Redskins offensive coordinator who at just shy of his 31st birthday at the time became the youngest head coach since the start of the NFL’s modern era.All McVay has done in his two seasons at the helm is lead the Rams to a 24-8 mark, consecutive NFC West titles and a spot in the Super Bowl last February. WOOOO! Les get to work!McVay + Snead are extended through 2023! 🙌— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) July 26, 2019″I’m very thankful to be a Ram for many years to come, working with great ownership, people, coaches, and players,” McVay told NFL.com. “It’s exciting to get camp going and we’re ready to roll up our sleeves up and get to work.”No terms were announced, but NFL Media described the extensions as “lucrative.” Related News Ezekiel Elliott contract: Cowboys star seeking record deal, report says In the process, the Rams last season ranked in the top five in the major offensive categories.A loss to the Patriots in the Super Bowl leaves some work undone, and Friday’s announcement assures that McVay and Snead will be running the team when it is scheduled to move into its lavish new stadium in 2020.