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Theo is a cannon

first_imgBoth Giampaolo and Pioli gave him continuity and confidence, which he was lacking and which immediately paid off. “Play with Cabrini, one of the best in the world in that role, and I assure you that Theo can become a world-class side, “ assured the current rossonero coach, delighted with his performance and his commitment. It was another legend, Paolo Maldini, who convinced him to reject the offer of Bayer Leverkusen pTo join the new Milan project. A successful bet for all: the former Madridista is showing immense potential and the club has a 22-year-old crack whose market value has doubled in five months and promises to continue growing. His agent, Manuel García Quilón, in the previous months had met with other teams, who considered the 20 million requested by Real Madrid to be excessive. Maldini, on the other hand, did not miss the bargain: he, on the left side, something knows … If you ask a typhoid of Milan Who is your favorite rossonero right now? The answer is less banal than it seems. Because Ibrahimovic obviously awakens old passions and his name is a guarantee of successbut since Theo Hernández The fan has arrived at San Siro at his feet. From the 72nd minute of the derby with Inter played in September, the side has basically not come back out of the green: the only game that was lost was against Atalanta, by penalty, and it was the worst of this milanista course, that painful 0-5. It is no accident that the hit came without him: the Frenchman has become fundamental in both phases and besides being tactically disciplined, he has become unstoppable in front of the rival goal.The volley against him Sampdoria He was worth his sixth Italian goal and the team’s ‘Pichichi’ title ahead of Piatek (5). Five of his targets arrived in Serie A, a garter record that a Milanese defense had not signed since Panucci’s time in 1995/96. That scoring nose is a novelty in his professional career: he only needed 17 games in Milan to double the number of goals made in his travels by Alavés, Real Madrid and Real Sociedad.last_img read more

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Griffin, Beverley lead Clippers past Jazz

first_imgIt’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson MOST READ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Austin Rivers added 16 points and Danilo Gallinari 14, while Jordan had 11 points and 18 rebounds.TIP-INSJazz: With so many teams now wanting to run and play at a fast pace, Utah is something of an anomaly in its generally more deliberate style. Said Snyder: “You have to be who you are. In the end it’s all about what style you play that fits your team.”Clippers: Rivers said G Milos Teodosic did not actually tear his plantar fascia on Sunday. “But whatever he did, he did it well. That’s why we’re calling it indefinite,” Rivers said. Austin Rivers started Tuesday in place of Teodosic. Doc Rivers said rookies Sindarius Thornwell or Jawun Evans will pick up the bulk of the extra guard time. Said Rivers: “I think Sindarius has a chance to be an elite defender in our league.”TEAM PLAYFor a team that lost three starters from last season — and three of its top five scorers — the Clippers are finding ways to share the scoring load early this season.Griffin is again leading the team in scoring, but he’s getting plenty of help.“It’s versatility,” he said. “I think that’s our calling card this year. We’re going to do a lot of things by committee. Defensively we can get stops and offensively we have a lot of guys who can make plays and finish.”OFF SHOOTINGThe Jazz entered Tuesday shooting 49.4 in their first three games, but the Clippers held them to 43 percent shooting Tuesday. Center Rudy Gobert was shooting 66.7 percent but was only able to get off five shots Tuesday (he made them all). Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ James scores 34 as point guard, leads Cavaliers over Bulls Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene The Clippers went on a 19-2 run to seemingly take command, pushing their lead to as many as 21 points.But sparked by Mitchell and reserves, Utah cut the lead to 82-80 with 4:28 to play.“We dug ourselves a hole, but I thought we did a good job of fighting back in the game,” said Utah coach Quin Snyder.The Clippers answered the Utah challenge, picking off three steals down the stretch and getting key baskets from throughout their lineup.“I loved how we executed for a team that really hasn’t been in a fourth-quarter tight game,” said Clippers coach Doc Rivers. “That was probably the most impressive thing that we did. The ball swung, moved, moved and we got shots.“Because we don’t know us yet. And for us to do that is nice.”ADVERTISEMENT Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin, left, looks to dunk over Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kyusung Gong)LOS ANGELES — The last time Utah ventured to Los Angeles, the Jazz stunned the Clippers in Game 7 of their first-round playoff series.A rematch was hardly foremost on either team’s minds when they met back at Staples Center, since both have nine new players this season.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ “We got some good open looks, shots that we make every day,” he said. “I think we should keep doing what we do. Keep taking those shots, keep making the right play, and that’s what we did and came back.”UP NEXTJazz: Head to Phoenix on Wednesday to play the Suns.Clippers: Travel to Portland on Thursday to meet the Trail Blazers.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set This time the Clippers came out on top, remaining unbeaten with a 102-84 victory on Tuesday.“They beat us in the playoffs. For the guys that were here tonight, that was something that was in the back of our minds,” said Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. “For the guys that weren’t here, we wanted to come out and see the tone against a really good defensive team that makes you guard them the whole shot clock.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogAll five starters scored in double figures for the Clippers, led by Blake Griffin’s 22 points. Patrick Beverley added 19 points, but turned the ball over seven times.The Jazz (2-2) got 19 points from rookie guard Donovan Mitchell, but no one else scored more than 12. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacsonlast_img read more

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Claims and Objections doing well with the PLE!

first_imgDear Editor,A careful look at the Guyana Elections Commission’s (GECOM) current Claims and Objections work confirms a swift and potent movement towards achieving the production of a very good List of Electors. On October 24, 2019, the Public Relations Department of GECOM reported over 13,000 completed transactions including new registrations, transfers and corrections using a smooth approach acceptable and embraced by most citizens. The results have realised reactions that emphasise the ‘irk’ of PNCR spin dancers at the Elections Commission, others in the Secretariat and leading orchestrators of the Government. There must be no deviation from the rule of law as it relates to necessary steps GECOM has to follow in establishing an acceptable Preliminary List of Electors (PLE). Chair of GECOM, Justice Retired Claudette Singh must be decisive and assertive in preserving the credibility of the process and integrity of the final list towards necessary free and fair elections. There have been persistent moves by PNC Commissioners at the Commission to contaminate or invalidate the results of the updates to the PLE, which GECOM can legitimately do following the end of this activity on November 4, 2019. Mr Vincent Alexander’s proposal to the illegal removal of 20,000 names of persons who have not uplifted identification cards is indecent, absolute rubbish, and tantamount to contempt of court given that the Chief Justice recently ruled to the contrary on this matter. The attempt by the Secretariat to use highly suspicious data from the controversial and unverified House-to-House is troubling and a serious matter of concern. Although the Chief Justice also ruled that it is not illegal for GECOM to utilise a House-to-House approach to address matters regarding the Register of Registrants, it is a known fact that whenever this approach is considered; the basis is a decision to scrap the existing list and to create a new base of registrants. There was absolutely no need to scrap the existing list, which the APNU/AFC and their cohorts deliberately ensured expired on April 30, 2019, using surreptitious manoeuvres. Further, the Claims and Objections approach has proven to be most speedy and effective towards a legal update of the Register of Registrants. It is now public knowledge that without a Chairman of GECOM being in place, Chief Elections Officer Keith Lowenfield took it upon himself to impose a “$4 billion” House-to- House campaign on the citizens of Guyana. In so doing, he biasedly moved to counter and reject the Caribbean Court of Justice’s ruling consequent to the carried No- Confidence Motion, that the President remains in place with the primary function of ensuring that elections are held in three months or within such extended period approved by 75 per cent of members of the National Assembly. Mr Lowenfield’s run-off of the highly controversial House-to-House exercise has achieved nothing but extending the assault of the illegal APNU/AFC Government on the people of Guyana. Chair of GECOM, Justice Retired Claudette Singh deserves compliments for stopping the controversial House-to-House Registration and commencing the Claims and Objections using the Preliminary List of Voters extracted from the Register of Registrants. The Register of Registrants is fully acceptable since its life only ended in on April 30, 2019. Hence, the scrutineers from the APNU/AFC and the PPP/C are busy doing the field visits and verifying all the transactions. However, it is of note that in the Claims and Objections, GECOM’s staff are authorised to use solely the PLE to determine transfers and other transactions. It is therefore only this PLE, which the Secretariat can amend, by addressing the necessary verified changes for the update of the Register. It follows that the suggestion of a merger of information from the illegally conducted and unverified House-to-House is out of the question and must be set aside. While it is clear that the Chief Elections Officer has 7 days after the end of the Claims and Objections period to consider petitions for changes, logical concerns emerge that places any merger in breach of the legal framework. First is the fact that given the timeline taken by the contracted international firm to complete the first batch of the necessary cross-matching of fingerprints, the organisation would not complete the second half within 7 days of November 4, 2019, which signals the end of Claims and Objections. Second, the question as to whether the Secretariat, in areas of dispute, intends to give priority to the international cross-matching over the completed verification by all scrutineers at the ongoing Claims and Objections. I am aware that some GECOM staff were refusing to do transfers and registrations for persons who they claimed registered during the infamous Houseto- House. It took representations from the PPP/C Chief Scrutineer Mr Mustapha before several GECOM Offices corrected these issues. Hence, the GECOM offices are no longer turning back residents, after telling them that the controversial Houseto- House Registration will put their names on the final voters’ list. Some GECOM staff were deliberately confusing residents. Guyanese must be cognisant of the confusion mongers at GECOM. The PNC Commissioners are peddling false news that by Thursday, October 24, the public will be given an opportunity to view the entire list of persons that were registered during the House-to-House Registration exercise that was abruptly halted by the Chair of GECOM. This exercise would be an activity in futility because despite the encoding being completed, the cross-matching is yet to be completed. What would the publication of partial information reveal other than more confusion? Thus, it would be appropriate to conclude that the tactic of the PNC Commissioners is hell-bent on creating situations of confusion to frustrate the electorates and manipulate the process to pave the way for the possibility of an election petition at the conclusion of the already delayed elections in 2020. This Claims and Objections process is good enough to produce the final voters’ list for the March 2, 2020, National and Regional Elections and we must reject the PNC’s procrastination. Sincerely, Neil Kumarlast_img read more

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‘Aspirants Won’t Back Down This Time…’

first_imgWith less than 10 months to the legislative and presidential elections, two aspirants who lost in the 2005 and 2011 general and presidential elections are concerned about the preparedness of the National Elections Commission (NEC) to avoid irregularities they alleged took place back then.Speaking to a team of journalists yesterday at a gathering in Caldwell, Montserrado County, District #15 Representative aspirant Travis Z. M. Kollie said NEC in 2005 demarcated electoral districts after the voter registration and created a new polling center in Logan Town that was known to the incumbentRichard Holder and a few other contestants.“These acts carried out by NEC were counterproductive to the objectives of democratic elections which called for fairness, transparency and accountability,” Mr. Kollie noted. “I’ll leave no stone unturned this time around to use the law against anyone or institution that may trample on my constitutional rights. The demarcation of electoral districts after voter registration led to voters who should have voted in this district not to do so because they fell in either District#13 or District#4.”Mr. Kollie claimed that he is contesting this year’s representative election because Rep. Richard Holder, who is the incumbent, has failed to reconcile the people of the district and developments he promised the people in 2011 are not visible anywhere in the district.He said he believes in the capacity building process of young people and as such if the voters of Dist. #15 give him the chance to serve, he will work with them to provide the means for their career development. Mr. Kollie has also promised that basic social services, such as schools and clinics which are lacking now, will be available once there are people to work for the district while he works at the Capitol.He said his wish to go to the Capitol is not because he wants to enrich himself. “I have businesses which include a photo studio and houses from which I collect rent regularly,” he asserted. Mr. Kollie’s statements came barely a week when Montserrado District #2 Representative aspirant Lt. Col. Jimmy W. Smith said he has evidence of wrong counting and numeration in the 2011 representative elections that saw Hon. Sekou Konneh winning the seat of representative at the National Legislature. Col. Smith said he also has evidence of tampered ballot papers that he reported to the NEC but his opponent Sekou Konneh did not honor the NEC’s call for investigation although he was called upon several times. “We had the grounds to have continued pursuing the case at the Supreme Court but chose to decline in the name of peace for our people who have so much respect for us and have their confidence in our ability,” he said.Col. Smith also said he will not take anything for granted in the October representative and presidential elections because to continue to compromise his rights in the name of peace for the people will sink the district into more deficits.When reached, the Acting Director of Communications and Public Affairs at the NEC, Joseph T. Nyensuah, said it is the right of anyone to raise concerns about irregularities but should not forget to validate whatever he or she says with facts. “We are not prepared to deal with speculations and sentiments of individuals because they will always be there. In the same token, NEC is doing a professional job in the interest of everyone, regardless of whatever political institution you come from or even if you are an independent candidate vying for any national elected office in our country,” Mr. Nyensuah pointed out, adding that it has become globally normal for losers in elections to easily concede defeat and happily commend the victors.“For us to live in a much more defined and civilized national community, people contesting elected posts should be willing to accept the outcomes of elections, most especially when they have no tangible reasons to prove the wrongdoing of the conductor of the process or those who contest against them,” the NEC communications chief said. Mr. Nyensuah said with Cllr. Jerome Korkoyah serving as the chairman of the National Elections Commission, he believes Liberians will be happy with the Commission after the conduct of this year’s elections. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Miner charged with rape of minor

first_imgGeorgetown Magistrate Faith McGusty on Monday remanded 36-year-old Shawn Cornelius after he was charged for allegedly raping a nine-year-old while being intoxicated.The accused, a miner, was not required to plead to the indictable charge, whichAccused: Shawn Corneliusstated that he, during the month of September 2018, engaged in sexual penetration with a child under the age of 16.Cornelius, who was unrepresented, was remanded to prison and was expected to make his next court appearance at the Bartica Magistrate’s Court on January 7, 2019.last_img read more

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MovieTowne head denies receiving preferential treatment

first_img– says concessions were limited to cinematic equipmentThe issue of duty-free concessions for foreign companies has come to the fore again, with calls for MovieTowne to reveal what concessions it received from the previous Administration. But Derek Chin, the man behind the multimillion-dollar investment, is adamant his company did not receive preferential treatment.In an interview with the businessman on Saturday, he refuted suggestions that his business benefited from duty-free concessions outside of the norm. According to Chin, the only concessions he received were those related to cinematic equipment, in keeping with standard investment practise.“The only concession we got was the duty-free concession on cinema equipment, like the stuff that we had to bring in for outfitting… which is normal,” Chin related. “And we got duty-free concessions. That’s what I was relating to in my presentation.”“Even with the concession letter, when the goods came in, we still had to fight up. We had the letter and the letter was taking so long to come in order for us to not pay duties. Because once you pay duties at Customs, it’s hard to get it back. So I wanted to ensure we got that concession in our hand.”Chin was adamant that he received no concessions related to electricity tariffs, as well as other extraneous areas. In fact, Chin stressed the importance of affordable and reliable energy being available but in the meantime, he has set up three megawatt generators.The businessman noted instances where other companies would have gotten tax-free concessions and holidays spanning several years. He made it clear that he did not get this treatment for Government.“Other than that, there’s nothing else. There’s the road, which was supposed to be built just like they built with Giftland. And that didn’t happen. So we went ahead and spent about US$800,000 to build the road right next to us. We made that contribution and I can’t think about any other concession we got.”“There’s no preferential treatment given to us and the only one I got was the one I just mentioned,” he continued. “The Government did not give us any preferential treatment. I’d love to believe I could get more, with the size of investment we made. But we didn’t get anything else.”ConcessionsChin, a Guyanese-born businessman, is currently constructing the first overseas branch of the Trinidad-based MovieTowne franchise here in Guyana. During a recent tour, however, Chin had spoken out about challenges facing the Turkeyen construction project, noting that these challenges were costing the company, but that interactions with the Government have dwindled.“We have met with Government and I don’t seem to meet with them anymore… to say that Mr Chin how is your investment going, what can we do to help. So that communication link with the Government is very important… the Private Sector is the driver. The Government cannot outrun the Private Sector because it is the Private Sector. It has its own money, but the Private Sector needs to be given that encouragement,” Chin had said.Additionally, the businessman had said Government should be more involved in discussion with the Private Sector and work hand-in-hand since they are the ones who are the drivers of the economy.After his statements, however, there were calls for the company to reveal what concessions it received from Government. Specific calls came from Giftland Mall proprietor, Roy Beepat, considered one of MovieTowne’s main competitors.Beepat, in a letter to the editor, had noted that concessions granted for his outfit were for the air conditioning units and other internal materials and equipment related to the setup of his cinema… similar to what Chin maintains he was granted.“I would be grateful to know what concessions and facilities were granted, including any reduced tariffs on electricity. We have requested the same from Go-Invest, who to date has not even acknowledged our request,” he had written.“(Concessions) did not extend to building materials, plumbing, steel, electrical, steel frames, equipment or anything else whatsoever. We are kindly requesting full disclosure and transparency for any concessions being granted to this similar business, including any concessionary rates by GPL, brokered by the previous Government,” Beepat had noted. (Jarryl Bryan)last_img read more

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Businesses, specially small ones, doing fine

first_imgWherever you drive in Santa Clarita, there are clouds of dust from earthmovers readying the land for more homes and businesses. The pace isn’t quite the same as it has been over the past two decades, but the growth continues, and will for years to come, said Larry Mankin, president of the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce. Manufacturing has slowed a bit, but small businesses and service industries are booming. “We will continue to see significant growth in the small-business area, which has really been the strength here,” Mankin said. “And I suspect we’ll see even more growth in the office market. There are a number of projects in construction.” New jobs likely will be in the service and retail industries with hotels, shopping centers and restaurants planned. According an annual regional survey by Goleta-based California Economic Forecast, the valley could create from 4,300 to 5,100 jobs per year 2010 — an annual growth rate of 4.6 percent 5.7 percent, compared 0.6 percent to 0.7 percent for all of Los Angeles County. Six Flags California, operating Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor, is the Santa Clarita Valley’s largest employer, with 4,500 on the payroll, including those hired during the summer crush. The theme park is getting a face-lift for the year as Six Flags nationwide tries to attracts families. Included in the new offerings are a number of brand-name stores on the ground — the latest deal is with Johnny Rocket’s. Wal-Mart/Sam’s Club — Four local stores employ a total of 1,447. Wal-Mart has three stores plus its members-only Sam’s Club in the Santa Clarita Valley. Two of the outlets help anchor the emerging Centre Pointe Business Park in the heart of the city. Princess Cruises and sister Cunard Cruises, headquartered on Valencia’s Town Center Drive, have 1,175 employees. Best known for “The Love Boat,” Princess (and Cunard) are owned by the world’s largest cruise ship company. HR Textron has 868 employees and manufactures hydraulics for the aerospace industry. Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, with 860 employees, is in the midst of an effort to expand its Valencia campus. The only local medical center, the hospital is crafting plans to meet the needs of a growing valley. Specialty Laboratories, with 800 on staff, performs technologically advanced and specialized tests for hospitals, laboratories and physicians in the United States to help diagnose rare illnesses. It moved two years ago from Santa Monica to the Valencia Gateway cluster of biomedical firms. Aerospace Dynamics employs 435 and manufactures parts for the defense industry at its Valencia plant. Advanced Bionics has 325 on staff and is a biotech firm that develops high-technology neuro-stimulation devices to treat such problems as deafness and chronic pain. Remo Inc. employs 320 workers who manufacture drum heads. Remo celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Novacap, with 235 employees, manufactures electronic chips. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Fort St John sees increase in construction values for June

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John has released the construction value of building permits issued for June 2019.For June, the value of construction was $4,551,852.00 with 13 permits issued.The largest project on the list is for renovations to the Fort St. John Medical Clinic with a value of $1,163,000.00.- Advertisement -In comparison to 2018, the overall construction value of the projects is up from $14,950,650.00 to $28,808,982.00.The number of permits issued so far in 2019 is slightly up at 50, compared to 49 a year ago.You can view the full June 2019 building permit report on the City’s website.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace: Eagles come from behind to beat Toffees

first_img1 Everton suffered a Europa League hangover as Crystal Palace came back from a goal down to beat the Toffees 3-2 at Goodison Park.The Merseyside outfit began their European campaign in fine style with a 4-1 win over German outfit Wolfsberg in midweek.And they started equally well against Palace, taking an early lead when Romelu Lukaku found the net with a clinical finish.However, Palace soon pulled level through a Mile Jedinak penalty, and, despite being thoroughly dominated in possession terms, the Eagles opened up a surprise two-goal lead as both Fraizer Campbell and Yannick Bolasie found the net after the break.Everton had their fair share of opportunities to spark a comeback in the closing stages, and while Leighton Baines reduced the deficit with a late penalty of his own, it wasn’t enough to claim a share of the points as Bolasie’s strike sealed all three for Neil Warnock’s side.The Toffees could have opened the scoring sooner than they did if it weren’t for the visitors’ alert defence, who were quick to close down summer signing Christian Atsu after a clever pass from Leon Osman in the opening few minutes.It was the England international who was again the provider in the build-up when they did eventually net, Osman putting Lukaku clean through on goal and the Belgian forward slotting home with a neat finish.Everton continued their rapid start but were later left to rue their host of missed chances, with Lukaku and Samuel Eto’o first fluffing their lines from close-range.The hosts dominated the ball throughout the game, ending the tie with 76 per cent possession, but Palace’s quick counter attacking play meant they were a real threat nonetheless.Out of nothing the Eagles gave themselves a foothold when, after hesitant defending from Everton duo John Stones and Sylvain Distin, James McArthur dashed into the box and was tripped by the onrushing Tim Howard, with captain Jedinak smashing the resulting penalty high into the top corner.Palace almost went in front moments later when Bolasie’s speculative effort took a wicked deflection and sailed over the stranded Howard, though the Frenchman’s strike was denied by the post.The Merseyside outfit then came rushing out of the half-time blocks in search of the lead, though Eto’o again was guilty of a poor miss as he fired wide from a promising position.And his and his team-mates’ gaffes proved costly as it was Palace who instead went in front against the run of play, Howard committing another clanger as he flew out of goal but totally missed a cross from out wide, with Campbell free to head into an open net.Lukaku then had an effort cleared off the line after brilliant play from Atsu, with Gareth Barry unable to claw in the rebound, and it got worse for the Toffees as Crystal Palace soon stretched their lead again against the run of play.It was Osman at fault this time as he was caught in possession, with Jason Puncheon playing a simple pass into the feet of Bolasie, who ran into the box and finished first time past Howard.Knowing it was now or never, Everton threw everything forward in the final ten minutes and were rewarded with a penalty, after James McCarthy was fouled by Scott Dann, which was tucked home by Baines.But a combination of defensive mistakes and lack of clinical touch upfront eventually proved their undoing. Crystal Palace star Yannick Bolasie celebrates his match-winning goal against Everton last_img read more

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