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Schalk Burger cited for this technically dangerous offence

first_imgWednesday Jan 24, 2018 Schalk Burger cited for this technically dangerous offence Schalk Burger has been cited for dangerous play after he allegedly entered a ruck dangerously during Saracens’ Champions Cup Round 6 match against Northampton Saints on Saturday. Burger faced a disciplinary hearing in London on Tuesday night. The 34-year-old Saracens loose forward was cited by Citing Commissioner Peter Ferguson (Ireland) after he made contact with flanker David Ribbans with his shoulder, in contravention of Law 9.20.Law 9.20 Dangerous play in a ruck or maulUnder World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Law 9.20 carries the following sanction entry points:Low End: 2 weeks; Mid-range: 4 weeks; Top end: 8 to 52 weeks.While it looks fairly innocuous on first glance, when examined closely, Burger’s attempt to clear out Ribbans did appear dangerous. It also was technically illegal, as he used his shoulder with a braced arm and made contact with the head. Law 9.20 (a) states:A player must not charge into a ruck or maul. Charging includes any contact made without binding onto another player in the ruck or maul. The disciplinary hearing was set to take place last night, so we’ll have an update soon.UPDATE: Burger has been given a one week suspensionThe entry-point for the offence is a two-week ban, but the suspension was reduced to just one week due to the Burger’s guilty plea and good disciplinary record.ADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Big Hits & Dirty Play Related Articles 25 WEEKS AGO Suspensions handed down after testicle grabbing… 26 WEEKS AGO The ‘double ruffle’ splits opinion with fans… 26 WEEKS AGO WATCH: The nastiest and most brutal moments… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedUrologists Stunned: Forget the Blue Pill, This “Fixes” Your EDSmart Life ReportsYou Won’t Believe What the World’s Most Beautiful Girl Looks Like TodayNueeyDoctors Stunned: She Removes Her Wrinkles With This Inexpensive TipSmart Life ReportsIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier Living30+ Everyday Items With A Secret Hidden PurposeNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Broadcasters banned from reporting on local ballots

first_img Follow the news on Cambodia June 7, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Broadcasters banned from reporting on local ballots RSF decries Cambodian plan for Chinese-style “Great Firewall” News Receive email alerts Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders deplores an information ministry ban on the retransmission by Cambodian stations of Voice of America and Radio Free Asia programmes on the local elections held throughout Cambodia on 3 June. One station was taken off air for a day while another was forced to broadcast musical programming.“Censorship of RFA and VOA programmes deprives voters of objective and detailed news and information,” the international press freedom organization said.“The attitude of the information ministry has worrying implications for the general elections due to be held in 2013. The Cambodian People’s Party of Prime Minister Hun Sen has led the country for almost three decades. The gagging of independent media by the government, and the use of public services and civil servants for party purposes, criticized by electoral observers, are directly responsible for the lack of genuinely democratic balloting as expected by the people. “We remind the government that unfettered access to independent news and information is the basis for any free and transparent election. It must give up its control of the media and online news and information before the 2013 general elections, otherwise they cannot be regarded as transparent or democratic.” VOAprogrammes were to have been broadcast on the frequencies used by Sarika FM 106.5 in Phnom Penh and Angkor Ratha FM95.5 in Siem Reap in the north of the country. An undetermined number of other media outlets have also been prevented from retransmitting news and information from the two foreign broadcasters. Chea Sundaneth, executive director of the Women’s Media Centre of Cambodia, said she had received a request from the ministry on 31 May to stop broadcasting VOA and RFA programmes, as well as those of Radio France Internationaland Radio Australia, on the organization’s radio station. The owner of Angkor Rattha Radio, Keo Rattha, said he had received similar instructions.According to Pa Nguon Teang, executive director of the Cambodian Center for Independent Media, the ban on broadcasting election news was imposed for two days by the information ministry on the orders of the National Election Committee.However, one committee member said the body was not aware of the ban. According to Koul Panha, executive director of the Committee for Free and Fair Elections, state-run media were able to broadcast without any problems.The banning order on VOA and RFA was confirmed on 4 June by San Putheary, head of the audio-visual department at the information ministry, who said its purpose was to maintain a “quiet atmosphere” during the elections.Internet under threat CambodiaAsia – Pacific CambodiaAsia – Pacific RSF_en Organisation News February 24, 2021 Find out more January 21, 2021 Find out more Cambodian journalist gets 20 months in jail for livestream Google experiments drop Australian media from search results News to go further News “Against this background of media censorship, we are also entitled to be concerned at the prospect of the first ever Internet legislation aimed at preventing the ‘propagation of false news’, and combating terrorism and threats to the state,” Reporters Without Borders said.“These arguments are often used by repressive governments such as those of China or Iran to justify the control of online news and information at the expense of dissident voices. It is essential that civil society be consulted in advance of such a bill and that the authorities display transparency in drafting it, and comply with international norms regarding freedom of expression and information. Cambodia is in the process of acquiring its first cyber law. Press and Quick Reaction Unit spokesman Ek Tha was quoted in the Phnom Penh Post as saying it was not designed to restrict the media but to ensure that the “common interest is protected” and to “prevent any ill-willed people or bad mood people from spreading false information, groundless information that could tend to mislead the public and affect national security or our society”. The newspaper also quoted Chem Sangva, director-general of the inspection department at the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, as saying the law was aimed at preventing such crimes as terrorism or the theft of state secrets. He said Cambodia had exchanged experiences with other countries in the region to learn from them in drafting the law. December 28, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

Supreme Court Upholds IBC Provisions Applicable To Personal Guarantors Of Corporate Debtors-Read Judgment

first_imgTop StoriesSupreme Court Upholds IBC Provisions Applicable To Personal Guarantors Of Corporate Debtors-Read Judgment LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK21 May 2021 2:00 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court today upheld the provisions of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 which applies to personal guarantors of corporate debtors.The bench comprising Justices L. Nageswara Rao and S. Ravindra Bhat approval of a resolution plan relating to a corporate debtor does not operate so as to discharge the liabilities of personal guarantors (to corporate debtors). The bench dismissed the petition challenging notification dated 15.11.2019 and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy(Application to Adjudicating Authority for Insolvency Resolution Process of Personal Guarantors to Corporate Debtors) Rules, 2019. The Writ Petitioners had also sought a declaration that Section 95, 96, 99, 100, 101 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 are unconstitutional in so far as they apply to personal guarantors of corporate debtors. Last year, the Court had transferred to itself the petition which was originally filed before the Delhi High Court and other High Courts.The Notification Vide this notification issued on 15th November, the following provisions of the Code only in so far as they relate to personal guarantors to corporate debtors. was brought into force: (1) clause (e) of section 2; (2) section 78 (except with regard to fresh start process) and section 79; (3) sections 94 to 187 (both inclusive); (4) clause (g) to clause (i) of sub-section (2) of section 239; (5) clause (m) to clause (zc) of sub-section (2) of section 239; (6) clause (zn) to clause (zs) of’ sub-section (2) of section 240; and (7) Section 249.Parliamentary intent in issuing the notification was to treat personal guarantors differently from other categories of individuals.The main contention raised by the petitioners was that the notification is an exercise of excessive delegation as the Central Government has no authority to impose conditions on the enforcement of the Code. It was further contended that the enforcement of Sections 78, 79, 94-187 etc. in terms of the impugned notification of the Code only in relation to personal guarantors is ultra vires the powers granted to the Central Government.In its judgment, the court held that parliamentary intent in issuing the notification was to treat personal guarantors differently from other categories of individuals. The court observed thus:”100…The intimate connection between such individuals and corporate entities to whom they stood guarantee, as well as the possibility of two separate processes being carried on in different forums, with its attendant uncertain outcomes, led to carving out personal guarantors as a separate species of individuals, for whom the Adjudicating authority was common with the corporate debtor to whom they had stood guarantee. The fact that the process of insolvency in Part III is to be applied to individuals, whereas the process in relation to corporate debtors, set out in Part II is to be applied to such corporate persons, does not lead to incongruity. On the other hand, there appear to be sound reasons why the forum for adjudicating insolvency processes – the provisions of which are disparate- is to be common, i.e through the NCLT. As was emphasized during the hearing, the NCLT would be able to consider the whole picture, as it were, about the nature of the assets available, either during the corporate debtor’s insolvency process, or even later; this would facilitate the CoC in framing realistic plans, keeping in mind the prospect of realizing some part of the creditors’ dues from personal guarantors.”, 101. In view of the above discussion, it is held that the impugned notification is not an instance of legislative exercise, or amounting to impermissible and selective application of provisions of the Code. There is no compulsion in the Code that it should, at the same time, be made applicable to all individuals, (including personal guarantors) or not at all. There is sufficient indication in the Code- by Section 2(e), Section 5(22), Section 60 and Section 179 indicating that personal guarantors, though forming part of the larger grouping of individuals, were to be, in view of their intrinsic connection with corporate debtors, dealt with differently, through the same adjudicatory process and by the same forum (though not insolvency provisions) as such corporate debtors. The notifications under Section 1(3), (issued before the impugned notification was issued) disclose that the Code was brought into force in stages, regard being had to the categories of persons to whom its provisions were to be applied. The impugned notification, similarly inter alia makes the provisions of the Code applicable in respect of personal guarantors to corporate debtors, as another such category of persons to whom the Code has been extended. It is held that the impugned notification was issued within the power granted by Parliament, and in valid exercise of it. The exercise of power in issuing the impugned notification under Section 1(3) is therefore, not ultra vires; the notification is valid.”Yet another contention was that the impugned notification, by applying the Code to personal guarantors only, takes away the protection afforded by law; reference was made to Sections 128, 133 and 140 of the Contract Act; the petitioners submitted that once a resolution plan is accepted, the corporate debtor is discharged of liability. As a consequence, the guarantor whose liability is co-extensive with the principal debtor, i.e. the corporate debtor, too is discharged of all liabilities. In this regard, the bench observed thus:”111. In view of the above discussion, it is held that approval of a resolution plan does not ipso facto discharge a personal guarantor (of a corporate debtor) of her or his liabilities under the contract of guarantee. As held by this court, the release or discharge of a principal borrower from the debt owed by it to its creditor, by an involuntary process, i.e. by operation of law, or due to liquidation or insolvency proceeding, does not absolve the surety/guarantor of his or her liability, which arises out of an independent contract.”Case: Lalit Kumar Jain vs. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India Citation: LL 2021 SC 257Coram: Justices L. Nageswara Rao and S. Ravindra BhatClick here to Read/Download JudgmentTagsInsolvency and Bankruptcy Code IBC Supreme Court #Justice S. Ravindra Bhat #Justice L. Nageswara Rao Next Storylast_img read more

New and rare moss species from subantarctic South Georgia

first_imgForty-one species of moss are reported from the subantaretic island of South Georgia. Twenty-two of these are recorded for the first time from the island, namely Andreaea obovata Thed. (first record from the austral region), Bryoerythrophyllum recurvirostrum (Hedw.) P.C. Chen, Bryum orbiculatifolium Cardot & Broth., B. subrotundifolium A. Jaeger, Campylopus introflexus (Hedw.) Brid., Cinclidium stygium Sw., Dicranoweisia mackayi (Broth. & Dixon) Broth., Ditrichum conicum (Mont.) Mitt., D. heteromallum (Hedw.) E. Britton, Drepanocladus longifolius (Wilson ex Mitt.) Broth. ex Paris, Funaria hygrometrica Hedw., Gymnostommum aeruginosum Sm., Isopterygiopsis pulchella (Hedw.) Z. Iwats., Leptobryum pyriforme (Hedw.) Wilson, Meesia uliginosa Hedw., Orthodonthium lineare Schwagr., Schistidium antaretici (Cardot) L. Savicz & Smirnova, Tayloria dubyi Broth., Tortella fragilis (Hook. & Wilson) Limpr., Trematodon geniculatus Matteri, Warnstorfia exannulata (Schimp.) Loeske and W. fontinaliopsis (Mull. fiat.) Ochyra. The moss flora of South Georgia is currently estimated to comprise about 115 species.last_img read more

Cowboys lineman pleads not guilty in bar fight

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) —  Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor count of unlawful assembly arising from a bar fight in Panama Beach, Florida, ESPN has found.According to the online report, the incident took place on March 15. TMZ published a video that appears to show Crawford fighting with security staff members of the Coyote Ugly Saloon. The charges were summoned on March 27 and Crawford pleaded not guilty on April 12. Crawford can be subject to a fine or suspension regardless if he is convicted or not, according to the NFL’s personal conduct policy. Last season, the 29-year-old Crawford started in 15 games and recorded a career high 5.5 sacks.  Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. May 14, 2019 /Sports News – National Cowboys lineman pleads not guilty in bar fight Written bycenter_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

No. 5 Snow Volleyball To Host Region XVIII Volleyball Tournament

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-The fifth-ranked Snow College women’s volleyball team will play host to this year’s Region XVIII Volleyball Tournament. Action commences Friday, November 8 at 10 a.m. as Southern Idaho takes on Southern Nevada. Then, at 1 p.m., Salt Lake C.C. will take on Colorado Northwestern.Following the 1 p.m. match on Friday, Region administrators will present the regular-season conference championship award, the Coach-of-the-Year, Player-of-the-Year and Libero-of-the-Year awards, as well as the presentation of the All-Region first- and second-team awards.Friday evening, No. 2 seed Utah State Eastern will take on the winner of the CSI-CSN game at 4 p.m.. At  7 p.m., the top-seeded Badgers will face the winner of the Salt Lake C.C. – CNCC game.The winners from Friday’s 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. matches will play in the Region XVIII championship match on Saturday at 1 p.m. The winner of that game will also receive the region’s automatic bid to the 2019 NJCAA National Championship Tournament November 21-23 at Hutchinson, Kan.Single-Day Ticket Prices:Children 5 and under are free.Children 6-12 are $6Adults 12 and up are $8Senior Citizens are $6. November 7, 2019 /Sports News – Local No. 5 Snow Volleyball To Host Region XVIII Volleyball Tournament Tags: NJCAA/Region XVIII/Snow Volleyball Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

Medical workers gain momentum

first_imgA week after an earthquake devastated Haiti, Harvard University affiliates have ramped up a combined medical and surgical aid effort in the battered island nation that is larger than that of any nongovernmental organization.The logistics required to coordinate medical assistance that broadly and quickly is likely to provide a helpful template in the future for harnessing the power of academic medicine to meet the demands of major disasters, officials believe.Fifty medical and surgical personnel have been deployed in Haiti in the last week from Harvard-affiliated hospitals. Harvard teaching hospitals have sent planeloads of medical supplies, including surgical and anesthesia equipment. More surgical teams are lined up to depart for Haiti Wednesday (Jan. 20).Partners In Health (PIH), a not-for-profit Harvard affiliate, has taken the lead in University-related medical aid. The group, co-founded by Paul Farmer, the Maude and Lillian Presley Professor of Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, operates nine medical sites in Haiti and has had a presence there since 1985.PIH has seven operating rooms at the University Hospital in Port-au-Prince, where 1,000 patients await surgery. The agency has been shuttling patients to other medical facilities in the rugged Central Plateau, two hours away, and has just opened a treatment center outside Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital, with three more operating rooms.The Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) are providing leadership for the United Nations “health cluster” and a U.N. field hospital. Such U.N. health clusters coordinate government, nongovernment, academic, and private organizations during medical emergencies.For the next week or two, “surgical needs will dominate,” said HHI’s co-director Michael J. VanRooyen, who is helping to coordinate Harvard’s medical resources bound for Haiti.Amputations and wound debridements are common, and crush injuries and infections are a major cause of mortality.Among the Harvard affiliates helping to send medical and surgical teams are Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, and Massachusetts General Hospital.After the initial response, VanRooyen said, the challenge will be to create temporary housing for the displaced, nurse the injured, and provide post-operative care.Large numbers of those who were displaced in Port-au-Prince, he said, “are living in the rubble.”The Haitian carnage is different from most earthquake disasters, said VanRooyen. It happened in a large city, where crushing injuries are a huge factor, but where surgical facilities are close by.Harvard’s medical authorities on the ground have begun to get word out on the conditions they have found in Haiti, despite spotty cell phone service and limited access to e-mail. Some physicians already have rotated through the country.Stephanie Rosborough, an emergency physician and disaster relief expert at Brigham and Women’s, was in Miami today (Jan. 19) after five days at a U.N. compound medical clinic in Port-au-Prince. Later today, she will be on a plane to the Dominican Republic, and will travel overland to Jimaní, a town on Haiti’s eastern border. There, Rosborough will help set up a post-operative medical camp.She had arrived in Port-au-Prince last Thursday (Jan. 14) from Santo Domingo by helicopter, a vantage that revealed the enormity of the destruction in the capital, where structures collapsed “like stacks of pancakes.” In the city, water was scarce even for doctors and other medical staff, said Rosborough. Everyone slept in or outside the same two vast plastic tents housing 150 patients at the U.N. compound.One day, she said, doctors performed 14 amputations using ketamine, a common drug for field surgeries, to anesthetize the patients. Crushing injuries, broken bones, and infections — even gangrene — were common, said Rosborough, a Cambridge resident who is director of the International Emergency Medicine Fellowship at the Brigham.Many Haitians “have lost everything they have,” she said, and now many face life without limbs, or without family. “It’s heartbreaking.”Evan Lyon, a resident in internal medicine at the Brigham, spent his first 12 hours in the capital city last weekend assessing the need for emergency medical care.“Beyond the horror,” he wrote of his drive through Port-au-Prince Sunday, “one striking reality is that things are totally peaceful. We circulated …  in the middle of everything until just now. Everywhere. No U.N. No police. No U.S. Marines and no violence or chaos or anything. Just people helping each other.”Lyon, once a teacher in Port-au-Prince, split his time for the last year between Boston and Haiti’s Central Plateau, where PIH has eight community-run clinics collectively called Zanmi Lasante.Jonathan Crocker, an internist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, another Harvard affiliate, arrived at Zanmi Lasante’s flagship clinic in Cange on Sunday, and posted his impressions the next day.“Patients are dazed,” he wrote of the growing flood of wounded arriving from the capital. “The disruption to their families and lives is beyond description. Many of our injured patients are not mobile, have few resources, have no home to return to, and many have lost their entire families. We care for their wounds. We listen. We grieve with them.”“All Harvard hospitals continue to communicate closely with each other aroundissues relating to supplies and material support for PIH and other efforts,” according to the HHI Web site. “The level of coordination is a strong testimony to the solidarity of the Harvard system in support of Haiti and our partnering organizations providing relief.”PIH surgical teams are working in Cange as well as at the University Hospital in Port-au-Prince. PIH has become one of the largest medical and surgical nongovernmental organizations and one of the lead agencies for civilian humanitarian assistance in Haiti.Security and safety remain key concerns, but so far Harvard-affiliated medical personnel in the field report that Port-au-Prince has been generally peaceful, that logistics are improving, and that health workers are safe and well.As Lyon drove through Port-au-Prince in search of urgent emergency cases, he passed the city’s main central park, where almost 50,000 people were sleeping at night.“It was almost silent,” he wrote. “People cooking, talking, some singing and crying.”Despite hundreds of injured people lying on the ground, with “open fractures, massive injuries of all kinds,” he wrote, “people are kind, calm, generous to us and others.”But the stench of death was everywhere, wrote Lyon. “The city is changed forever.”Lyon oversaw the evacuation of four patients to U.S. hospitals, who may be the first Haitian nationals to leave for care in the United States, he said.Crocker wrote that the Cange operation is “incredibly busy,” especially as the wounded have begun to develop complications, especially sepsis and venous blood clots from immobility and trauma.“The Haitian medical staff of Partners In Health/Zanmi Lasante and survivors of the quake are working with unimaginable valor and dedication, as many of them have lost several or most members of their family,” he wrote. “And yet they remain here, working tirelessly to provide care for others. They are the true heroes.”last_img read more

Abramowitz gets accolades for his community work

first_imgAbramowitz gets accolades for his community work January 15, 2006 Regular News Abramowitz gets accolades for his community workcenter_img Alan Abramowitz is a top administrator for the Department of Children and Families who enjoys good press and sincere accolades.The Orlando Sentinel described him as “helping turn around one of the most troubled child-welfare systems in Florida,” in District 12’s Volusia and Flagler counties.An editorial in the Daytona Beach News Journal said his “strength had nothing to do with pushing paper. It had everything to do with establishing connections and setting standards for DCF services.”He chose the Homeless Assistance Center in Daytona Beach for a computer system that allows homeless people to apply for food stamps and welfare without going to a DCF office. And he championed alternatives to jail for mentally ill, nonviolent people who are arrested in Volusia County.Recently, 43-year-old Abramowitz received the 2005 Florida Prevention Leadership Award for his community work, as well as the 16th Annual Sam Bell Award from Serenity House, which provides substance abuse treatment for the indigent and homeless.Now, Abramowitz has been reassigned to District 7, which covers Orange, Seminole, Osceola, and Brevard counties.“The change will mean a bigger caseload, more people to get to know, more challenges,” the Daytona Beach News Journal said. “We have no doubt Abramowitz is up to the task.”last_img read more

Are your Gen Y staff satisfied enough to stay?

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Education and training can help make sure Millennials not only like their jobs but plan to keep working at them.By Lisa HochgrafAs you look around your credit union office, are your Millennial-aged employees looking pretty happy? If they are, you probably should give yourself a pat on the back.But a Harvard Business Review survey suggests you might want to look deeper. It found that 69 percent of Gen Y professionals working in Fortune 500 companies reported being satisfied at work. At the same time, 48 percent said they planned to stay at their current job two years or less.One of the reasons, according to another Harvard Business School report, “Danger in the Middle: Why Middle Managers Aren’t Prepared to Lead,” is that many of these “satisfied” but “planning to leave” staffers are in middle management–a place where more training is needed if staff are to do two key things: a) find success in executing strategy and b) transform from “order givers” to leaders.Amy Fox, CEO and founder of Accelerated Business Results, Cincinnati, offers three insights for better training these members of your team: continue reading »last_img read more

David Luiz aims dig at Unai Emery after Arsenal’s win against Manchester United

first_imgAdvertisement David Luiz aims dig at Unai Emery after Arsenal’s win against Manchester United Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 1 Jan 2020 10:33 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link9.6kShares David Luiz says Mikel Arteta has brought happiness back to Arsenal’s players (BT Sport)David Luiz has fired a dig at Unai Emery by admitting that Mikel Arteta has brought happiness back to Arsenal after their victory over Manchester United on New Year’s Day.First-half goals from Nicolas Pepe and Sokratis Papastathopoulos sealed a 2-0 win over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and a first victory for Arteta since he was appointed last month.Emery was sacked while Arsenal were on a run of just one win in 11 games, while that record was extended to 15 matches following the 2-1 defeat to Chelsea last Sunday.But Luiz insists Arteta has restored confidence following his arrival and believes the mood among the squad during Emery’s reign played a major part in their poor run of form.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘We have to be honest and admit physically we are not ready, but you have to show heart and this team is ready to change a lot of things,’ Luiz told BT Sport after Arsenal’s win over Manchester United. Commentcenter_img David Luiz admits Arsenal’s players did not enjoy the final stages of Unai Emery’s reign (AFP via Getty Images)‘We showed that today and we are going to do big things in the future but step by step.‘Mikel Arteta is a great coach, he knows football, he was a great player.‘He brings things and I believe in his philosophy. I think he can improve every single player.‘In life when you are happy the results can be totally different. Mikel Arteta can improve every Arsenal player, says David Luiz (AMA/Getty Images)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 City‘I always like to use the mantra, if you sleep happy you can sleep for hours, it’s better than sleeping sad for eight hours.‘If you work with happiness and believing what you are doing it is totally different, so I’m happy with everybody.‘But you need to understand our season is not there, we started very bad, I have to be honest, but things can change and there are still some titles to fight [for] and improvement for the team for the future.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Advertisementlast_img read more