1 Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny looks set to extend to loan deal at Roma after the Italian club’s new goalkeeper Alisson insisted he is relishing competing for the No.1 jersey with the Pole.Szczesny impressed for Luciano Spaletti’s side last term and has already confirmed he would be open to staying in Serie A for another year, with his chances of featuring for Arsenal next season expected to be few and far between.And new Roma stopper Alisson has insisted he is not worried about the competition between himself and the Poland international.“As for Szczesny, I’ll say again that it’s not an important matter,” said Alisson.“He’s strong and he did well. There’s going to be a fair rivalry with him.“I chose Roma for a simple reason, for the faith that they had in me from the beginning. They offered an excellent working project and this is the right choice for me. My family and I will be very happy in Rome.” Wojciech Szczesny could remain in Italy for the forthcoming season
TORONTO – The case of a man facing eight first-degree murder charges following an investigation into the disappearances of men with ties to Toronto’s gay village returns to court today.The remains of eight men were found at a Toronto home where 66-year-old Bruce McArthur worked as a landscaper.The remains of seven men were recovered from planters at the property early in the investigation, but police had struggled to find any connected to a man who disappeared in 2012.Police said in July that his dismembered remains had been recovered from a ravine behind the same property.Acting Insp. Hank Idsinga said at the time that the current evidence in the case suggested there weren’t any more alleged victims.Idsinga said investigators were still sifting through tips from Canada and abroad, and analyzing cold cases and missing persons’ reports.