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Redknapp on road to Wembley (AUDIO)

Redknapp on road to Wembley (AUDIO)


The last time Portsmouth reached an FA Cup Final they won it at Wembley. However few fans would recall the occasion with that victory pre-empting World War II by a few months!

Portsmouth's almost miraculous defending at times was just that - Man United could simply not find a way through even when on two instances, David James was bypassed in goal. Goal line clearances from Glen Johnson and Sylvain Distin gave the feeling that it was going to be Pompey's day and in fact, Pompey's cup.

And when substitute Milan Baros was brought down through on goal, Sulley Muntari's 78th minute penalty made that inclination a reality.

Speaking after the game, Harry Redknapp could not hide his excitement.

Interview Length: 3 Min 15 Sec

CLICK HERE

Writer:Lee
Date:Sunday March 9 2008
Time: 9:11PM

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I'll listen to the interview if it is in English and not Harryspeak as he was excited.
frattonaussie
10/03/2008 01:02:00
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I know we shouldn't be bothered who we get but I'd rather avoid WBA. They are by far better that Cardiff & Barnsley.
storagematt
10/03/2008 07:16:00
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just listened to it myself, thats the 'arry that you want to hear more often - a few tweaks here and there and we will hear this happy 'arry more often again...
pompeyrug
10/03/2008 09:02:00
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So we get WBA!
storagematt
11/03/2008 22:39:00
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