Prince George R-C-M-P say the killings of two people in the northern city have the hallmarks of a gang hit.Police arrived Tuesday at a house to find a vehicle shot up in a gunfight.They say the bodies of 23-year-old Garett John McComb and 19-year-old Brittany Joan Giese were found inside.- Advertisement -Police knew the home from a previous raid less than a month ago that turned up handguns and resulted in five arrests.No details about the killings or motives have been released.
1 Welcome to the club, @Bernd_Leno 😅 pic.twitter.com/eRPz2ko6DE— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) July 9, 2018New manager Unai Emery has yet to reveal who will be his goalkeeper ahead of his first season in charge, having used both players during their pre-season preparations.But Seaman says it would be unwise of the manager to immediately install new boy Leno as his first-choice goalkeeper, and should instead stick with 36-year-old veteran Cech for the time being.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Seaman said: “The Cech situation puzzles me a bit, because we still don’t know who is going to number one at Arsenal.“Would I start the season with Cech? I think so.“It depends what’s happening in training. Emery will be watching in training and in the friendly games to see who is performing the best. “I think it would be a big gamble to put Bernd Leno in straight away, because I can’t image Petr Cech wanting to hang around as a number two anywhere at this stage of his career.“So Emery has to be a bit a little bit careful with his choice.“But I would still go with Petr Cech.”Listen back to David Seaman on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast IN FULL above Petr Cech holds the record for the most Premier League clean sheets in history – 201 Petr Cech should remain as Arsenal’s number one goalkeeper for the start of the new Premier League season, Gunners legend David Seaman has told talkSPORT.The arrival of German glovesman Bernd Leno, a £22million summer signing from Bayer Leverkusen, has thrown Cech’s future into doubt ahead of the new campaign.Leno, 26, has been Leverkusen’s No.1 for the last seven seasons and moves to the Emirates Stadium as one of the most promising goalkeepers in Europe.