Jul 292018
 

Olivia Holt



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celebrating a picture wrap on our movie eating a beavertail like a true ottawan. ty for being so good to us, ottawa. i’ll miss u. but i’ll miss making this movie, cast + crew a whole lot more. they somethin’ real special. #turkeydrop droppin’ on @freeform this thanksgiving ♡

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Olivia Holt

Jul 292018
 

Brooke Sorenson

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RANKED116 Brooke Sorenson is an actress.


Born : 13 July 1999 ( 20 )

She is perhaps best known for her role as Stephanie on the Disney XD series Mighty Med, she was also featured on the Disney XD series Kickin' It in 2013 in the episode "How Bobby Got His Groove Back.". She performed on stage and did voice over and commercial work while living in North Carolina before her family relocated to Los Angeles.

Celebrity Brooke Sorenson

Jul 282018
 

Match Report

Highlights

Friendly




Pompey completed their pre-season preparations with a 1-1 draw against top-flight Dutch outfit FC Utrecht.

Both goals were worthy of a competitive encounter, however, with Sean Klaiber’s long-range strike cancelled out by an equally impressive effort from Anton Walkes.

Ronan Curtis produced a bright performance and was unsurprisingly named man-of-the-match by the sponsors.

Kenny Jackett dispensed with his usual 4-2-3-1 system and opted for a 4-4-2 formation, with Brandon Haunstrup on the left wing.

There were also first home appearances for Craig MacGillivray, Lee Brown, Tom Naylor and Curtis, with fellow summer signing Louis Dennis on the bench.

It was typical friendly fare in the opening stages, with little in the way of excitement at a blustery Fratton Park.

The visitors were forced into an early change when Jack Whatmough and Gyrano Kerk clattered into the advertising hoardings, with the latter replaced by Cyriel Dessers.

But neither goalkeeper was given much to do and so the quality of the opening goal caught everyone by surprise.

Dessers rolled the ball across to Klaiber and the right-back hit a stunning long-range shot that arrowed into the top corner.

Pompey improved as the half progressed and crosses from Haunstrup and Nathan Thompson were inches away from reaching their intended targets.

Curtis did meet a free-kick from Naylor and half of the Fratton End thought his header was in, when the ball in fact flew into the side netting.

Sander van de Streek then had a chance at the other end, but his angled drive was beaten away by MacGillivray.

Curtis was proving a lively presence up front for the hosts and almost capitalised on a defensive mix-up, only to see his eventual shot blocked.

It was the Blues on top as the interval approached and Brett Pitman had an effort blocked, while Curtis was flagged offside as he converted Jamal Lowe’s cross.

The former Republic of Ireland under-21 international then did well to get a shot away, forcing David Jensen to tip the ball over.

But a leveller did arrived just before the break – and it was another goal that came right out of the top drawer.

A cross from Curtis was brought down by Pitman for WALKES, who fizzed home a fierce strike from 25 yards.


Half Time

Portsmouth 1

FC Utrecht 1


Pompey almost flipped the match on its head just after the restart, but Matt Clarke was unable to guide a Curtis corner on target.

Curtis was involved in every attack for the hosts, although he was unable to connect with a testing Haunstrup delivery at the far post.

The hosts were also working hard out of possession, constantly pressing their opponents to force mistakes and win the ball back.

But there was a moment of concern just past the hour mark, as Lowe limped off injured to be replaced by Gareth Evans.

Both sides then had chances to take the lead during a flurry of activity midway through the second half.

Utrecht were first up when van de Streek met Urby Emanuelson’s corner and sent a header flying narrowly over the bar.

Pompey broke straight down the other end, with Curtis’ low angled drive diverted wide by the fingertips of Jensen.

A deluge of substitutes broke up the flow of the game on 73 minutes, with the hosts making six changes.

There was still time for Utrecht to find the net from a corner, although referee Andy Davies saw an infringement and the game ended all square.

Pompey (4-4-2): MacGillivray (McGee 73); Thompson (Rose 73), Whatmough, Clarke (Burgess 73), Brown; Lowe (Evans 62), Walkes, Naylor (Close 73), Haunstrup; Pitman (c) (Hawkins 73), Curtis (Chaplin 73)
Goals: Walkes 44
Subs not used: May, Dennis

FC Utrecht (4-1-2-1-2): Jensen; Klaiber, Leeuwin, Janssen (c), van der Maarel (Guwara 83); Strieder (Troupee 61); van Overeem, Emanuelson; van de Streek (Boussaid 83); Gustafson (Joosten 83), Kerk (Dessers 9 (Gortler 73))
Goals: Klaiber 15
Subs not used: de Keijzer, Paes, Memengi

Referee: Andy Davies

Attendance: 4,299 (144 away fans)

Portsmouth FC

Jul 242018
 

Match Report

Highlights

Friendly




Brett Pitman showed his poacher’s instincts, but Pompey had to settle for a pre-season stalemate against Brighton.

The match was played at the Premier League side’s Elite Football Performance Centre and both sides fielded a strong line-up.

There did not look a two division gap between the teams, with the Blues looking assured in possession and strong at the back.

And it looked like victory was on the cards when Pitman prodded home, only for Anthony Knockaert to head home an equaliser.

The game was split into three 25-minute periods, with Pompey changing the majority of their side two-thirds of the way through the contest.

They certainly did not look overawed against their top-flight opponents and created the better chances in the early stages.

Pitman did deal with a Seagulls corner at the near post, while a long-range effort from Knockaert flew over the bar.

But it was the Blues that almost broke the deadlock when Pitman stooped to reach Brandon Haunstrup’s corner and saw his header come back off the post.

Knockaert then threw himself in front of Lee Brown’s drive to deny the left-back following a neat spell of possession from the visitors.

There were also half-chances for Haunstrup and Pitman as Pompey finished the opening third on top.


End Of First Period

Brighton & Hove Albion 0

Portsmouth 0


Pitman thought he should have won a penalty when the action restarted after trying to meet a Haunstrup corner.

The skipper could only turn the ball over as he went to ground under pressure from the Brighton back-line, but the referee was not interested in his appeals.

It might have been billed as a friendly, but that did not stifle either side’s competitive instincts, with plenty of healthy challenges being made.

One of them led to a Blues free-kick and although Pitman got plenty of pace on his effort, the striker’s radar was slightly off.

Craig MacGillivray was relatively untroubled at the other end and although he was briefly wrong-footed by Yves’ Bissouma’s deflected shot, the keeper recovered to comfortably gather.


End Of Second Period

Brighton & Hove Albion 0

Portsmouth 0


The visitors made multiple changes for the final third, with only Pitman and Haunstrup remaining on the pitch.

And it was PITMAN who broke the deadlock seconds after the restart, bundling the ball over the line from close range after Adam May’s corner had been headed towards goal by Christian Burgess.

Substitute Seagulls stopper Hugo Keto then kept out Pitman’s curling effort to stop his side falling further behind.

But Brighton almost found an equaliser moments later, with Ezequiel Schelotto getting into the box and striking the base of the post.

Oliver Norwood then delivered a dangerous free-kick from wide on the right that Beram Kayal glanced narrowly wide.

But the equaliser did arrive on 67 minutes, with Tomer Hemed doing well to beat his man and swing in a cross that Knockaert in.

It was the Seagulls who looked more likely to grab a winner in the closing stages, although Pompey held firm at the back to ensure the spoils were shared.

Brighton (4-4-1-1): Ryan (Keto 51); Schelotto, Duffy, White, Bong (Gyokeres 51); Knockaert, Bissouma (Mandriou 51), Kyal, Suttner; Norwood; Hemed (Collar 51)
Goals: Knockaert 67
Subs not used: Moore, Davies

Pompey (4-4-2): MacGillivray (McGee 51); Thompson (Smith 51), Whatmough (Burgess 51), Clarke (Casey 51), Brown (Dennis 51); Lowe (Chaplin 51), Naylor (May 51), Walkes (Rose 51), Haunstrup; Pitman (c), Curtis (Hawkins 51)
Goals: Pitman 51
Subs not used: Flint, Lethbridge

Portsmouth FC

Jul 222018
 

India Eisley

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RANKED119 India Eisley is an American actress.


Born : 29 October 1993 ( 25 )

She is known for her role as Ashley Juergens in the ABC Family television series The Secret Life of the American Teenager, and her roles as Eve in 2012 film Underworld: Awakening, Sawa in the 2014 film Kite, and Audrina in the 2016 television film My Sweet Audrina. In 2019 she starred as Fauna Hodel on the TNT television series I Am the Night.

Celebrity India Eisley

Jul 222018
 

Thor : The Dark World

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RATED6.9 Plot

A year after Loki's devastating alien attack on New York, the Mighty Thor along with his friends Lady Sif and the Warriors Three fight to save the Nine Realms from deadly threats. When Thor's girlfriend Jane Foster discovers a fluid like weapon called the Aether, she unknowingly awakens the evil Malekith and his Dark Elf army. With this, Asgard may be facing it's darkest hour. Thor forms an uneasy alliance with his nemesis Loki to save Jane, stop Malekith and save the Nine Realms from total chaos and darkness.

Summary

Not regarded as one of the best Thor films but I enjoyed it. The villain looking like at Lord Of The Rings extra doesn't help..

Released

2013


Movies IMDb Kat Dennings Talulah Riley

Jul 212018
 

Match Report

Highlights

Friendly




Oli Hawkins and Jamal Lowe were on target as Pompey beat Swindon 2-0 in their latest pre-season fixture.

There were chances at both ends during an opening 45 minutes that occasionally burst into life amidst quiet spells.

But Hawkins headed home the opener following the restart and Lowe tucked in a second to secure victory for Kenny Jackett’s troops.

A healthy following made the journey up from the south coast and they were vocal in their support for former Fratton hero Matt Taylor, who was skippering the hosts.

Pompey were quickly out of the blocks and there were just 16 seconds on the clock when Ronan Curtis’ long-range effort dipped narrowly over the crossbar.

Chris Robertson soon made a key block after Lowe had latched on to a threaded pass from Conor Chaplin.

A corner then caused the Robins problems and when the ball fell to Lowe on the edge of the box, he dragged his shot wide.

But it was the hosts who almost broke the deadlock on seven minutes when Ellis Iandolo met Kyle Knoyle’s cross, only for Craig MacGillivray to get down to his left and make a fine save.

The intensity of the game slowed after that bright opening, although Pompey were still looking dangerous from corners.

Lee Brown sent some dangerous deliveries into the box, which both Hawkins and Matt Clarke failed to capitalise on.

Chaplin attempted a more ambitious effort midway through the first half, with an acrobatic over-head volley that flew past the post.

It was Swindon who finished the half on top, however, and Steven Alzate curled narrowly wide, while Iandolo was inches away from meeting a cross from the evergreen Taylor.


Half Time

Swindon Town 0

Portsmouth 0


Pompey made a change at the start of the second half, as Anton Walkes made way for Danny Rose in the centre of midfield.

It was their opponents who first to threaten following the restart, however, as Alzate’s drive was deflected wide.

Then, at the other end, Hawkins rose at the far post to meet a Curtis cross and the ball flew into the side netting.

And when Lowe was fouled on the right, Elijah Adebayo had to nod clear Brown’s free-kick before Clarke could pounce.

But the deadlock was finally broken just before the hour mark, as HAWKINS converted Lowe’s cross with a thumping header.

Swindon tried to get back on level terms, with Tom Naylor – wearing the captain’s armband – and Rose both making brave blocks.

Clarke then had to clear from the line when Dion Conroy juggled the ball and hooked it inventively towards the net.

Swindon were looking the more adventurous side by this point, but it was certainly not all one-way traffic and Hawkins glanced Chaplin’s centre narrowly wide.

The action soon switched back up the other end of the pitch and Adebayo’s hit a fierce strike that fizzed past the upright.

But victory was secured on 72 minutes after a low drive from Curtis was deflected into Chaplin’s path.

He sent the ball across the face of goal and LOWE was there to bundle home and double the Blues’ lead.

Swindon made a triple substitution late on, with former Pompey players James Dunne and Toumani Diagouraga both entering the fray.

They were unable to help the hosts mount a comeback, however, as the closing stages passed by without much incident.

Swindon (4-1-4-1): Vigouroux; Knoyle, Robertson, Conroy (Romanski 66), Taylor (c); Smith (McCourt 81); McGlashan (Edwards 88), Alzate (Diagouraga 81), Iandolo (Dunne 81), Anderson; Adebayo
Subs not used: McCormick, Young, Twine, Pryce, Henry

Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Thompson, Whatmough, Clarke, Brown; Naylor (c), Walkes (Rose 46); Lowe, Chaplin, Curtis; Hawkins
Goals: Hawkins 58, Lowe 72
Subs not used: McGee, Burgess, Casey, Haunstrup, May, Evans, Dennis, Smith, Pitman

Referee: Dean Whitestone

Portsmouth FC

Jul 182018
 

Anton Walkes

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Transfer : Tottenham Hotspur – Portsmouth


Pompey have signed Anton Walkes from Tottenham for an undisclosed fee.


The versatile 21-year-old – who spent the second half of last season on loan at Fratton Park – has penned a two-year deal, with the club holding an option for a further 12 months.

Walkes previously featured at both right-back and in midfield, and has been handed the number two shirt.

Walkes scored on his Pompey debut in a 2-2 draw against Doncaster after arriving on loan back in January.

He played a total of 12 times as the Blues narrowly missed out on a place in the League One play-offs.

Walkes is a graduate of Tottenham’s academy and made a single senior appearance for the Londoners, while also enjoying a spell on loan with MLS outfit Atlanta United.

Portsmouth FC

Jul 182018
 

Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain

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Transfer : Portsmouth – Notts County


Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain will leave Pompey to sign for Notts County.


The midfielder becomes a Magpies player when his Fratton Park contract expires at the end of this month.

Oxlade-Chamberlain is a graduate of Pompey’s academy, who turned professional in the summer of 2016.

He made one senior appearance in an EFL Trophy defeat at Exeter and has had several spells out on loan, including at Oxford City last season.

Portsmouth FC

Jul 152018
 

Iron Man 2

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RATED7.0 Plot

Now that Tony Stark has revealed to the world that he is Iron Man, the entire world is now eager to get their hands on his hot technology – whether it's the United States government, weapons contractors, or someone else. That someone else happens to be Ivan Vanko – the son of now deceased Anton Vanko, Howard Stark's former partner. Stark had Vanko banished to Russia for conspiring to commit treason against the US, and now Ivan wants revenge against Tony – and he's willing to get it at any cost. But after being humiliated in front of the Senate Armed Forces Committee, rival weapons contractor Justin Hammer sees Ivan as the key to upping his status against Stark Enterprises after an attack on the Monaco 500. But an ailing Tony has to figure out a way to save himself, get Vanko, and get Hammer before the government shows up and takes his beloved suits away. And can he figure out what a mysterious figure named Nick Fury wants with him?

Summary

This is a bit of a disappointment after the high standard set by the first film. The villain is rather lacklustre and seemingly defeated a bit too easily at the end..

Released

2010


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Jul 142018
 

Match Report

Highlights

Friendly




Pompey suffered their first pre-season defeat, despite Gareth Evans giving them the lead at Stevenage.

The winger steered home a neat finish midway through the first half, only for Ben Kennedy’s strike to ensure the scores were level at the break.

Susbtitute Andronicos Georgiou then added a brace to secure victory for the League Two outfit, despite a late consolation from Conor Chaplin.

Kenny Jackett had made extensive substitutions in the middle of the previous friendlies against Cork and the Hawks, but was more conservative with his changes at Broadhall Way.

Boro started brightly and almost took the lead when Joel Byrom’s free-kick was met by Kennedy, but Craig MacGillivray came to the rescue with a fine save.

Nathan Thompson then prevented Scott Cuthbert from converting the loose ball, while MacGillivray denied one of the hosts’ two first half trialists from the resulting corner.

But the Blues soon began to dominate and after Evans had sent one effort high and wide, Adam May’s 20-yard drive drew a decent stop from Paul Farman.

Then, following great work down the right from the lively Jamal Lowe, Brett Pitman had a shot blocked by Cuthbert.

Ronan Curtis was next to go close for the visitors, but he was unable to beat Farman after collecting a raking pass from Tom Naylor.

The deadlock was broken on 20 minutes, however, as Thompson slipped the ball through to EVANS, who neatly bent it into the net.

But Stevenage fought back and Kennedy was proving to be a constant menace with some probing runs forward.

He had already seen one attempt fizz agonisingly past the post before finding a leveller on 30 minutes.

The attacking midfielder was able to get away from Matt Clarke and then slam home a shot that left MacGillivray with no chance.

Pompey almost retook their lead, as Curtis ran along the edge of the box before curling in a shot that Farman did well to push away.

They kept plugging away as the interval approached, but neither Pitman or Lowe were able to make the most of promising openings.


Half Time

Stevenage 1

Portsmouth 1


Pompey emerged unchanged for the second half, while their opponents switched the entire 11 – with the introduction of five more trialists.

It was the visitors who were fastest out of the blocks, although a cleanly-struck Evans effort was comfortably kept out.

But Boro turned the contest on its head, as they took the lead in somewhat fortunate circumstances just before the hour mark.

Emmanuel Sonupe teed-up Georgiou and his shot took a wicked deflection off Naylor to wrong-foot MacGillivray and land in the net.

Jackett then made four substitutions, as Christian Burgess, Danny Rose, Chaplin and Oli Hawkins all entered the pitch.

The latter had a decent chance to draw Pompey level, but was unable to divert his header on target after meeting a pin-point cross from Lee Brown.

Stevenage, meanwhile, were attacking with pace and MacGillivray used his legs to keep out a Sonupe shot.

It was only a brief reprieve, however, as just seconds later, Sonupe’s delivery was emphatically finished by Georgiou at close range.

The game started to drift towards its conclusion after that, although Curtis was still proving a lively presence.

He did well to win back possession on the byline on 80 minutes, but could not force the ball home from an acute angle.

The summer signing also narrowly cleared the crossbar from long-range in the closing stages, as the Blues finished with a flourish.

But it was CHAPLIN who netted a consolation in the final seconds, controlling Curtis’ pass and slotting into the net.

Stevenage (4-1-2-1-2): Farman (Trialist 46); Vancooten (Fraser 46), Cuthbert (Trialist 46), Trialist (Wilkinson 46), Hunt (Trialist 46); Byrom (Trialist 46); Timlin (Sonupe 46), McKee (Trialist 46); Kennedy (Iontton 46); Trialist (Georgiou 46), Revell (c) (White 46)
Goals: Kennedy 30, Georgiou 57, 70
Subs not used: Martin, O’Donnell, Smith

Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Thompson, Whatmough (Burgess 62), Clarke, Brown; Naylor (Haunstrup 84), May (Rose 62); Evans (Chaplin 62), Lowe, Curtis; Pitman (c) (Hawkins 62)
Goals: Evans 20, Chaplin 89
Subs not used: McGee, Casey, Dennis, Smith

Portsmouth FC