Monday, June 28, 2010

New Product from Overton's Cover Up Boat Cover Support

The Cover Up Support keeps water from sagging in your boat cover. A telescoping pole easily adjusts from 21-1/2" to 43" with a handy push-button lock. A nylon webbing strap forms a ridge under the cover to prevent water from standing on the cover. Vinyl tubing at wear points helps protect your boat's finish. Fits most boats up to 22' long.

The Cover Up Support keeps water from sagging in your boat cover.

*Extend the life of your boat cover
*Pole telescopes to 43" high
*Fits most boats up to 22' long

Source : overtons

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Carlos Vela a striker player for Arsenal

Some stunning cameo roles during his first season in North London have made Carlos one of the Club’s most exciting attacking prospects.

The Mexican officially signed from Celta Vigo in 2007 but spent the subsequent 18 months learning his trade on the continent. First he featured for Salamanca in the Segunda Division before helping Osasuna avoid relegation from La Liga in 2007/08.

He announced his arrival in the Gunners’ first-team as early as pre-season, netting four times in two games, but he saved his best for a much bigger stage. On his full debut for the Club, Arsenal’s Carling Cup Third Round tie against Sheffield United, the striker hit a glorious hat-trick.

His second goal of the evening was a delicate chip over the stranded goalkeeper. It was a finish which would soon become his trademark. Another one followed as the Gunners brushed aside Wigan in Round Four before the Mexican repeated the trick against Plymouth in the FA Cup.

His first Premier League goal wasn’t long in coming either, with Carlos firing Arsenal’s third in a classy 3-0 victory over Portsmouth in May. That strike brought his tally to six goals in just 10 starts in 2008/09. Exemplary for a player who spent many of his minutes on the wing.

Assured in possession and blessed with bags of flair, Carlos could be the one to watch this season.

Source : arsenal

Thomas Vermaelen a defender player for Arsenal

Thomas Vermaelen looks set to have a long, prosperous Arsenal career.

He was the Club’s major summer signing in 2009 and has proved to be an ideal replacement for Kolo Toure, who left for Manchester City.

Thomas captained Ajax last term but his arrival at Emirates Stadium still raised a few eyebrows. At six feet tall, was he big enough to cut it as a Premier League centre back?

The answer has been a resounding ‘yes’. Thomas looks perfectly at home in English football. His tackling ability, aerial strength, positional awareness and calm distribution have already made him a fans’ favourite and he made a dream debut, scoring with a thumping header as Arsenal beat Everton 6-1 at Goodison Park.

A Belgian international, Thomas made his first-team debut for Ajax at just 18 and went on to make 143 appearances for the Dutch giants. He has European pedigree too - the centre back played against Arsenal twice in the 2005/06 Champions League.

Source : arsenal

William Gallas a centre-back player for Arsenal

William Gallas emerged from a rollercoaster 2008/09 campaign in perhaps the best form of his Arsenal career.

The central defender, Arsenal’s oldest outfield player, had officially captained the side since the summer of 2007. However, after some comments attributed to Gallas in the French media, Arsène Wenger decided to hand the armband to Cesc Fabregas.

But far from being shaken by the decision, William pressed on and turned in some eye-catching displays before a medial knee ligament injury in April cut short his season.

His impressive response to losing the captaincy struck a chord with Wenger, who signed his compatriot from Chelsea as part of the deal which took Ashley Cole to Stamford Bridge in 2006.

Most encouraging for Arsenal fans will be William’s burgeoning partnership with summer signing Thomas Vermaelen. The Gunners’ attacking stars might hog the limelight at times this season but their defensive foundations will be just as important.

Source : arsenal

John Hartson ex-Arsenal striker

John joined the Gunners as a teenager from Luton Town in January 1995 and, in two seasons at the Club, made 62 appearances, scoring 16 goals, under Bruce Rioch and Arsène Wenger.

John left Arsenal for West Ham United in February 1997 and continued his fantastic career with the Hammers, Wimbledon, Coventry City, Celtic, West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City, before retiring in January 2008. As well as his successful club career, John was also a regular for his country Wales, earning 52 caps, in which time he scored 15 goals.

Source : arsenal

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