Kanu: EPL clubs dread Pepe

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Akpom pens Middlesbrough loan deal Arsenal hero Nwankwo Kanu believes Premier League clubs are afraid of new signing Nicolas Pepe. Pepe, 24, has made two starts for Arsenal since his £72 million arrival from Lille this summer. “If you watch him you can see he is a really good footballer and his feet are very quick. He is going to score goals and he is going to play well,” Kanu told Goal. “He will get much better and he will score goals for us. He brings us something different to the other two strikers. “I believe that teams are already afraid of him after a few games. They are scared of what he can do and what he can offer. He’s a very good addition.”Tags: ArsenalEPLNicolas PepeNwankwo Kanulast_img

Bill Ford confirms 2020 hybrid F150 teases electric pickup

Source: Electric Vehicles Magazine Bill Ford, Executive Chairman of the Ford Motor Company, recently gave a speech to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Rouge, the historic auto plant that he called “the heart of Ford,” and the place “where the industrial revolution took hold.”Mr. Ford says the Rouge is “as environmentally progressive as heavy manufacturing can be,” with a living roof and extensive recycling programs in place. “We recycle enough aluminum to build another 400,000 F-Series truck bodies each year.”The Rouge has seen some changes in the auto industry, and it’s going to see a lot more. “Our business is changing in dramatic ways,” said Bill. “Everything from how we build our cars, to what they run on, to the way we buy them, hail them, or even drive them at all.”One big change that’s coming soon: a hybrid pickup truck. “I am excited to confirm that the revolutionary 2020 Ford F-150 Hybrid will be built right here,” said Ford. “It’s going to be a truck that takes you farther without sacrificing power and a truck that helps you do more when you get there, with electricity for everything from your tools to your camping gear.”“And then we’ll keep innovating,” Ford continued. “When it comes to building the best trucks in the world, we never rest. Whether they’re gas, diesel, hybrid – or when the time comes, fully electric – we will ensure they power the world in a sustainable way and remain Built Ford Tough.” Source: Ford via Green Car Congress read more