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  • August 30, 2019
    导出博客文章Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says his side lacked quality as they fell to
    their fifth successive Premier League defeat to Bournemouth on Tuesday evening.
    A second half goal from Benik Afobe sealed the win for the visitors, but the
    Eagles had taken the lead just before the half-hour mark through Scott Dann.It
    lasted just seven minutes, with Marc Pugh hitting the equaliser and the hosts
    were unable to find the cutting edge to take a point after falling behind. We
    huffed and puffed really and we really did lack a bit of quality, Pardew told
    Sky Sports after the game.It was a tough game for us because they got breaks in
    the game that I thought went their way. Having said that, we were up for the
    battle, you could see that in the way we played but you need the other side of
    that and there was a little bit of quality and composure lacking for us tonight.
    Scott Dann celebrates scoring Crystal Palaces opening goal against Bournemouth.
    Sometimes its hard to put your finger on exactly why youre losing games, but his
    was a particularly tough one to take because of the chances we had.Emmanuel
    Adebayor made his debut for the south London side after joining the club during
    the transfer window, with Wilfried Zaha also continuing his recent run of good
    performances despite the results.Zaha he was terrific again tonight. Again,
    balls flashed across the face of their goal and we need someone to put them
    away, but we just cant find that player at the moment.Chances are coming and
    going and we need to take a few. Maybe Adebayor will give that to us or maybe
    Chamakh will but someone needs to.You could see that Adebayor was up for us and
    he showed a good commitment to the game. Hes rusty, theres no doubt about that
    but his technique was good and he had half a chance which he nearly squeezed in.
    Hell be fine. Emmanuel Adebayor comes on for his Crystal Palace debut, replacing
    Fraizer Campbell. Crystal Palace will be looking to get back to winning ways in
    the Premier League when they travel to Swansea on Saturday, although they may
    have added a few more names to their already lengthy injury list.We lost
    McArthur at half-time and we dont know how serious that is, and then Puncheon,
    Pardew added.After I made the first sub, he pulled his hamstring so its just one
    after the other. Weve had a terrible, terrible run.I dont know if Cabaye will be
    back for Swansea, but I hope so. We missed him tonight to provide that pass or
    that quality moment. Also See: Afobe seals Bournemouth win As it happened
    Pardew: I would sign Terry Mersons transfer window grades
    Køb Fake Yeezy . Bradwell was
    scheduled to become a free agent Tuesday. Born and raised in Toronto, Bradwell
    is entering his sixth CFL season, with all six played for his hometown
    Argonauts. Fake Yeezy Danmark Køb .
    "No difference at all," chirped U.S. roommate and linemate James van Riemsdyk.
    "Its still the same cranky Phil.
    . Perez, 35, posted a 1-2 record with a 3.69 earned-run average in 19 relief
    appearances last season. His season ended Aug. 9 due to a torn ligament in his
    left elbow. Perez joins infielder Andy LaRoche and catcher Mike Nickeas with
    minor-league agreements for 2014 that include invitations to attend spring
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    . Pierce was ejected in the third quarter of Indianas 103-86 win
    Monday. George Hill stole a bad pass and was going in for a layup, and Pierce
    hustled back and appeared to be trying to wrap him up.
    Yeezy Sko Tilbud . -- The Magic have
    their first victory of the new year. AFL FINALS FIRST WEEKEND MATCH-UPS2nd
    Elimination Final6-West Coast v 7-Western Bulldogs - Thursday September 8,
    8:10pm AEST (6:10pm local) at Domain StadiumMeetings in 2016 - Western Bulldogs
    won only gameR11: Western Bulldogs 12.11 (83) def West Coast 11.9 (75) at Etihad
    StadiumWest Coast: 16-6, 130 per centOne of the form teams of the competition,
    with eight wins in their last nine including interstate defeats of GWS and
    Adelaide. Showed against the Crows that Nic Naitanuis absence doesnt end their
    season.Western Bulldogs: 15-7 115 per centThe Bulldogs have found a way to keep
    the wins ticking over despite a ruinous injury toll, but succumbed to their
    worst loss of the season on Sunday to Fremantle. Will be underdogs when they
    return to the West in a fortnight, but arent without hope.2nd Qualifying
    Final2-Geelong v 3-Hawthorn - Friday September 9, 7:50pm AEST at MCGMeetings in
    2016 - Geelong won their only gameR1: Geelong 18.8 (116) def Hawthorn 12.14 (86)
    at MCGGeelong - 17-5, 144 per centThe Cats roar into the finals with seven
    straight wins and will relish a date with their arch-rivals, despite a poor
    record in September against Hawthorn. The Cats have just one AFL-era finals win
    in seven efforts against the Hawks.Hawthorn - 17-5, 119 per centPulled another
    rabbit out of the hat on Sunday to ensure a third-placed finish and avoid
    seventh position. The next-generation Hawks head to the MCG with the Kennett
    curse yesterdays news.1st Qualifying Final1-Sydney v 4-GWS Giants - Saturday
    September 10, 3:20pm AAEST at ANZ StadiumMeetings in 2016 - 1 win eachR3: Sydney
    14.dddddddddddd9 (93) def GWS 10.8 (68) at SCGR12: GWS 15.15 (105) def 9.9 (63)
    at Spotless StadiumSydney - 17-5, 151 per centThe competitions best side this
    season and have the minor premiership to prove it. Three of their losses have
    been by less than a goal but their biggest of the season came to their
    cross-town rivals and week one finals opponent.GWS - 16-6, 143 per centA
    historic first final for the expansion side, and its a Sydney derby. Leon
    Camerons side have incredible firepower in front of goal but how they fare on
    the biggest stage is the question mark.1st Elimination Final5-Adelaide v 8-North
    Melbourne - Saturday September 10, 7:40pm AEST (7:10pm local) at Adelaide
    OvalMeetings in 2016 - 1 win eachR1: North Melbourne 16.11 (107) def Adelaide
    14.13 (97) at Etihad StadiumR14: Adelaide 12.28 (100) def North Melbourne 10.7
    (67) at Adelaide OvalAdelaide: 16-6, 138 per centA round 23 hiccup cost them
    their top-two position but the Crows couldnt have asked for an easier September
    opponent. Will enjoy Rory Sloanes return and will start hot favourites against
    North.North Melbourne: 12-10, 105 per centMight as well represent a finals bye,
    with nine straight losses against 2016 finalists. Looked shot in round 23 loss
    to GWS and there are morale questions with the forced retirement of club legends
    including Brent Harvey. ' ' '