Dani Ceballos speaks out after clash with Arsenal teammate Eddie Nketiah during warm up The pair had a heated row shortly before kick-off at Craven Cottage (Pictures: Instagram / BT Sport)Dani Ceballos and Eddie Nketiah have already made up after clashing during Arsenal’s warm up before Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Fulham on the opening day of the Premier League season.Both players were named on the bench at Craven Cottage and were taking part in a rondo drill with the rest of the substitutes, though tempers flared when Ceballos went in late on his teammate.The initial challenge resulted in a furious exchange of words and a shove from the Spaniard, with the incident escalating after a second late and overly zealous tackle. Nketiah had to be escorted away after Ceballos squared up to him (Picture: BT Sport)Ceballos got in Nketiah’s face, who stood his ground, and the pair started pushing and screaming at each other before a member of the coaching team pulled the striker away.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBT Sport’s punditry team played down the incident, with Rio Ferdinand claiming it happens all the time in training, and it appears the two players have already forgotten about it.Ceballos uploaded a picture alongside a smiling Nketiah to his Instagram stories following the victory over Fulham, with the two appearing in great spirits. Asked if the clash was actually the kind of passion that a club needs, Manchester United legend Ferdinand said: ‘Yeah of course, this is part of it. I think at the end of the day sometimes it gets heated.‘You’d see that probably once or twice a week at the training ground. It’s just we happen to be here, we’ve seen it. I’m sure Arteta won’t be too disappointed to see that.’Peter Crouch added: ‘That’s good passion I think.’MORE: Mikel Arteta praises unsung Arsenal hero Mohamed Elneny against Fulham and reacts to Gabriel’s debut displayMORE: Emiliano Martinez demands massive Arsenal pay-off as he’s left out of squad vs FulhamFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Ceballos and Nketiah were back on good terms after the game (Picture: Instagram / @danifuli10)Alongside the photo, the Spaniard wrote: ‘No problems here my brother.’Manager Mikel Arteta was also asked about the incident at his post-match press conference but, taking a leaf out of Arsene Wenger’s book, claimed he was unaware of what happened: ‘I haven’t seen anything, sorry. I was inside.’ Comment You don’t see this every day ðDani Ceballos and Eddie Nketiah got into a heated exchange during a pre-match training routine ð pic.twitter.com/u1qMPuZ8Ux— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 12, 2020 Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 12 Sep 2020 4:00 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link11.5kShares Advertisement
Jerry R. “Rut” Roell, age 63 of Batesville, died Saturday, April 14, 2018 at his home. Born July 26, 1954 in Batesville, he is the son of Dolores (Nee: Walke) and Elmer Roell. He married Jackie Rouse October 17, 1981 at St. Louis Church and was a mail carrier 30 years, retiring in 2014.Rut had four passions: his grandchildren, the outdoors, sports and the Green Bay Packers. Jackie and Rut loved camping and hiking. Many of their hiking trips were to national parks throughout the country with Red River Gorge in Kentucky a favorite. He was also a huge Packers fan. He and Jackie made several trips to Lambeau Field, the most recent last September, to watch a thrilling overtime win against Cincinnati.Rut coached boy’s and girl’s junior high basketball at St. Louis School for twenty two years, compiling a record of 398 wins and 184 loses. He served as a youth baseball coach and baseball board member for ten years as well as seven years on the Oldenburg Academy Oasis Athletic Board. Along with being an avid I.U. fan, Rut also attended four Super Bowls and three Final Fours. His greatest pleasure though, was playing games with his grandchildren.He is survived by his wife Jackie; daughter Jessica Roell of Batesville; son and daughter-in-law Jeremy and Amanda of Brownsburg, Indiana; sisters Mary Roell of Huntington Beach, California, Pat Meer of Batesville; brothers Louis, Carl and Stan, all of Batesville, as well as his grandchildren Preston Conway, Kendall Hoff, Whitney Hoff and Margaret and Evelyn Roell. He is preceded in death by his parents.Visitation is Wednesday, April 18th, from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home. Funeral services are 10 a.m. Thursday, April 19th at St. Louis Church with Rev. Stan Pondo officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to the St. Louis Athletic Department or the Oldenburg Oasis Athletic Club.