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Lua: I'll Stay Whatever

Lua: I'll Stay Whatever


Lua Lua would like a new contract even if Portsmouth get relegated.

'I want to stay at Portsmouth and I want a new contract,' he told the Sunday Mirror.

'I'm not the type of person to go banging on the chairman's door but if he wanted to offer me something I would love to talk to him.'

I am going to speak on behalf of all Portsmouth fans here and say to Milan, GIVE HIM A NEW CONTRACT!! Please.

Let me know what you think about this, personally I think Lua Lua would be the sort of player who would rip the championship apart.

He knows that Tottenham want him but he would rather play for Pompey in whatever division there in.


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Date:Sunday February 19 2006
Time: 7:31PM

Comments

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Gotta keep him regardless, he's a world beater on his day!
robroy
19/02/2006 19:59:00
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By Keeping Lua Lua along with Toddy & Pericard those 3 will terrorise defence's in the Championship.
nelson
19/02/2006 20:15:00
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yer agree i would love to see lua and toddy and pericard in the same match. 6-4 or sumthin lol
lmatthews
19/02/2006 20:28:00
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There is only O'Neil, Taylor, Ashdown, Toddy, Linvoy andf Pericard with Championship experience. As we all know it's a different game altogether.
nelson
19/02/2006 20:36:00
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yer but how many of them will go?
lmatthews
19/02/2006 20:43:00
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I think Lua will stay it's not the first time he has told the press how much he loves playing in front of us fans. He also knows his family are fully settled in this area and knows how loyal PFC has been to him in supporting him with 2 x ANC, his malaria, and the tragic lose of his son. If he stay's I think more will follow in his belief that we will return to the Premiership. I can't see GON or MT or even JA staying if we drop down to the Championship.
nelson
19/02/2006 20:56:00
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It is vital that we keep as many of the loyal and good players as possible. Constant mass changes, that we have witnessed all too often is disruptive to the team.
pompeygray
19/02/2006 22:44:00
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agree i think ja wud stay
lmatthews
19/02/2006 22:53:00
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If the likes of lomana stay on it could have the roll on effect and encourage others that a season in the Championship could be something to savour.
pompeygray
20/02/2006 02:57:00
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Lua Lua will stay as will the new signings. As per Fred Dinnage interview last week on the quay. He said that the Players that signed in January ALL signed knowing we could go down, and agreed to give us 18 months service not 6 months. Gaydamac's only proviso was that Harry should only sign players willing to give us 18 months, and not sign those looking for a 6 month stage to advertise themselves on. Therefore, those players that "Got Away", may actually have been let go, as they would not commit to the 18 month agreement. :-) If Fred was quoting FATC and not just his beliefs, the we DO have a team to be reckond with, not just a few players. It also gives weight to WHY HARRY MUST STAY.
Terence
20/02/2006 11:12:00
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