Jul 272019
 

Match Report

Highlights

Friendly




Goals from Gareth Evans and Tom Naylor saw Pompey win at Crawley in their penultimate pre-season fixture.

They created plenty of chances against their League Two hosts, with Paul Downing hitting the woodwork and another Naylor effort being cleared from the line.

A fierce strike from Mason Bloomfield reduced the Reds’ deficit late on, but they could not find a leveller.

Anton Walkes was called into action early on, heading clear after George Francomb tried to convert a corner.

But it was the Blues who dominated for the majority of the first half and created the best chances to score.

The first arrived on 10 minutes when Downing met Evans’ free-kick and saw his header clip the top of the crossbar.

And the visitors did break the deadlock midway through the half, courtesy of a fine move that started with Naylor.

The midfielder slipped a precise pass through to Marcus Harness and his cross was met by a diving header from EVANS, with the ball striking the woodwork on its way into the net.

There was not much going on at the other end of the pitch, although a header from Ollie Palmer was comfortably claimed by Craig MacGillivray.

Ross McCrorie was looking dangerous for Pompey and a surging run ended with the Scottish loanee’s effort being deflected wide.

They went much closer on 31 minutes after Glenn Morris made a mess of trying to punch clear Ronan Curtis’ header.

Downing collected the ball and although he was unable to get a shot away, Naylor was and the ball had to be cleared from the line by a well-placed Tom Dallison.

There were a couple more half-chances for Curtis before the break, as the Blues continued to probe away.


Half Time

Crawley Town 0

Portsmouth 1


Harness linked up well to Ellis Harrison and McCrorie soon after the restart and the latter’s effort was deflected behind.

And the lead was doubled on 51 minutes, although Morris will probably think he could have done better.

Lee Brown cut the ball back for NAYLOR, whose effort beat the keeper far too easily before nestling in the net.

Crawley brought on Nathan Ferguson and the newcomer had an immediate impact, forcing MacGillivray down to deal with his angled drive.

The action was soon back down the other end and when Harrison collected Walkes’ threaded pass, David Sesay had to slide in and stop the striker’s shot finding the bottom corner.

But former Hawks striker Palmer really should have reduced the hosts’ deficit just past the hour mark.

He was picked out by Filipe Morais’ left-wing cross, but managed to nod the ball wide from just a couple of yards out.

The same Crawley duo combined again just past the hour mark and this time MacGillivray showed fine reflexes to deny Palmer.

Chances were now coming thick and fast, but Curtis could not keep his shot down after being slipped through by Harness.

It was proving to be an open end to the contest, with the action quickly switching from one end to the next as both sides went in search of goals.

A looping Downing header caused chaos in the Crawley box and the ball eventually crossed the line, although referee Tim Robinson had spotted a foul.

It seemed as though Pompey would see things out comfortably, but the hosts found themselves back in the game courtesy of a thunderous strike from substitute Bloomfield.

A flurry of substitutes slowed things down for the Blues, though, and the final few moments passed by without incident.

Crawley (4-1-4-1): Morris; Sesay, Tunnicliffe, Dallison, Doherty; Bulman (c) (Ferguson 53); Morais, Francomb, Camara (Bloomfield 69), Nathaniel-George (Grego-Cox 61); Palmer (Galach 82)
Goals: Bloomfield 80
Subs not used: Luyamula, Payne, Allarakhia

Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Walkes, Downing, Burgess, Brown (Haunstrup 86); McCrorie (Close 88), Naylor; Harness, Evans (c), Curtis (Cannon 86); Harrison (Pitman 86)
Goals: Evans 20, Naylor 61
Subs not used: Bass, Bolton, Dennis, Lowe, Hawkins

Referee: Tim Robinson

Attendance: 1,777 (688 Pompey fans)

Portsmouth FC

Jul 222019
 

Instant Family

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RATED7.4 Plot

Married couple Pete and Ellie Wagner, feeling a void in the marriage, visit a foster care centre. The couples are brought to a fair where they have the chance to go up to kids that they are interested in adopting. Pete and Ellie walk by the teenagers, one of the teens, Lizzie, informs Ellie that they all know no one wants to adopt the teens. The social workers inform the couple that Lizzie's mother is a drug addict who is currently in jail, and she set their home on fire because she left the crack pipe lit. It also turns out that Lizzie has two younger siblings, Juan and Lita. Although this seems like more of a challenge for Pete and Ellie, they agree to meet the siblings. Pete and Ellie have Thanksgiving dinner with Ellie's family, where they all make comments about never having confidence in the Wagners adopting kids. Ellie has enough and decides that they will go through with the foster care to prove that they can be good parents.

Summary

Well the kids are very annoying, but then again they are meant to be so I suppose that's a good thing. Isabela Moner is a stunner though. Not bad if a bit sentimental..

Released

2018


Movies IMDb Isabela Moner

Jul 212019
 

Joey King

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RANKED9 Joey King is an American actress.


Born : 30 July 1999 ( 20 )

She gained recognition portraying Ramona Quimby in the family comedy film Ramona and Beezus (2010), an adaptation of Beverly Cleary's book series of the same name.

King also appeared in the films Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011), The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), The Conjuring (2013), White House Down (2013), Independence Day: Resurgence (2016), Wish Upon (2017), The Kissing Booth (2018), and Slender Man (2018).

King starred in the anthology drama series The Act (2019). For her performance, she received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.

Celebrity Joey King

Jul 202019
 

Match Report

Highlights

Friendly




Pompey continued their 100 per cent winning start to pre-season with a low-key victory over Stevenage at Broadhall Way.

It was a pretty flat contest throughout, although the visitors started to dominate towards the end of the encounter.

Ronan Curtis scored the only goal with a stooping header and Anton Walkes later chipped against the woodwork.

The first half was typical friendly fare, with the game moving along at a slow pace and offering little to excite the relatively sparse crowd.

It was the hosts who looked marginally more dangerous in the opening stages, but Emmanuel Sonupe fired into the side netting after charging into the box.

Ben Close met a delivery from Walkes at the other end, although the midfielder’s header lacked the required power to test Paul Farman.

There were also a couple of free-kicks, with one from Lee Brown deflected wide and Brett Pitman curling another over the bar.

In truth, though, there was nothing to really trouble either goalkeeper on a warm – but cloudy – afternoon in Hertfordshire.

The Blues finally started to provide more of a threat towards the end of the half and had a couple of decent opportunities to break the deadlock.

A Brown free-kick from wide on the right was flashed dangerously across the face of goal, with Curtis not quite able to make a connection at the far post.

Ross McCrorie’s purposeful run was then crudely halted outside the box to ensure another set-piece for the visitors.

It was Curtis wo launched the ball into the box for Ellis Harrison, but the summer signing could only nod wide.


Half Time

Stevenage 0

Portsmouth 0


The action failed to heat up following the restart, with chances still very much at a premium at both ends.

Curtis did collect the ball from Brown on the overlap, but his cross went over the head of Harrison and was nodded clear.

And Curtis tried a shot from long-range on the hour mark, only for the ball to cannon into a Stevenage triallist.

A goal was not looking likely, but one arrived for Pompey on 65 minutes after they won a free-kick on the right.

Brown played the ball across to Jamal Lowe, who lifted it towards the back post, where CURTIS arrived to head home.

An immediate substitution followed, with Pitman making way and fans getting a first glimpse of new signing Marcus Harness.

There were more chances to follow and Harrison was unble to guide his header on target after meeting a delivery from Walkes.

Walkes then attempted a cheeky lob of the keeper from just outside the box, with the ball looping over Farman and against the crossbar.

The Blues somehow failed to double their lead on 78 minutes after Harrison had done well to bring the ball under control on the byline.

He squared it for Lowe, but the forward was unable to force home and neither was Harrison at the second attempt.

Stevenage searched for an equaliser, although they never really looked like beating Craig MacGillivray, as the Blues comfortably held on for victory.

Stevenage (3-5-1-1): Farman; Vancooten, Cuthbert (c), Stokes (Triallist 80); James-Wildin (Triallist 55), Sonupe (Iontton 81), Triallist (Byrom 65), Parrett (Triallist 65 (Denton 76)), Triallist (Fernandez 80); Carter (Smith 65); Newton (Smyth 86)
Subs not used: Triallist, Triallist, Triallist, Ashton

Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Walkes, Downing, Naylor, Brown; McCrorie, Close; Lowe, Pitman (c) (Harness 65), Curtis (Cannon 84); Harrison
Goals: Curtis 64
Subs not used: Bass, Raggett, Burgess, Haunstrup, Dennis, Evans

Referee: Will Finnie

Portsmouth FC