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Sunday rag rumour mill

Harry Kewell is all but signed according to all and sundry, Harry has declared an interest for a wide man, so Harry Sheree fit the bill for the tabloids.

Shaun Wright-Phillips is the other wide man of note, this one has been bandied around for a while now, but Harry himself has thrown a bit more credability to it by declaring 'Shaun would be a hit at Fratton, he is my sort of player' but then dampens us back down again with 'but I doubt we could afford his wages, or match what Chelsea would want for him'
If SWP wants regular football then would he take a drop in wages?

Edu is next up, the ex-Arsenal midfielder is in line to leave Valencia after a very lean time in Spain, he made just 15 starts in 3 years, should be fresh then! Edu said: "The interest of English clubs like Portsmouth and Man City is obviously flattering.

"I have amazing memories of the years I spent in England, being the first Brazilian player to win both the Premiership and the FA Cup.

"I feel good at Valencia even after a difficult season but the Premier League is arguably the biggest competition in the world."
The News of the World takes credit for that snippet.

Crouchy, our long time target is to be used in a make-weight to get Robbie Keane to Anfield, but would Keane really end his North London love affair?

Zarate is rumoured to be off to Lazio, he is still connected with us even after Harrys public denials of interest, so it won't be a case of Hi Zarate at Fratton.

Anyone think of a better bet for Fratton?

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Writer:paultsmouth
Date:Sunday June 29 2008
Time: 7:27PM

Comments

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would love swp 2 join as with kewell , even though injury prone he would get best form out 4 us cuz of arry and swp will walk round every player with his skill and speed
stfc ballboy
29/06/2008 20:50:00
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1 small problem stfc, how do you propose we pay their wages?
pentonpompey
29/06/2008 20:59:00
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I agree if they want regular football they must take a cut or rot in their respective reserves. If I had a choice I'd have SWP.
storagematt
29/06/2008 22:34:00
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Harry Kewell has been on my list of incoming prospects fo months and I know he will be wanting to come to Pompey and will take a wage drop so it will only be Storrie who could muck that one up. With SWP it would be two great signings. HK will be a free transfer so that should free up money to up the offer for Crouch. If we get all three then, combined with the players we already have, I would back our strikers and midfield against any others. I would like to see Huddlestone come to Pompey but it is looking a long shot. Get Shorey as well and IMO we won't need anyone else as long as we keep the players we already have.
frattonaussie
30/06/2008 07:17:00
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Guiza is the latest name in the hat, but his fee is bound to be overinflated after Spains triumph last night, I'm sure he was connected in January wasn't he?
paultsmouth
30/06/2008 07:25:00
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I just want us to get on and sign some players! All this waiting is getting me anxious.
sneakay
30/06/2008 09:52:00
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Right Wing - David Bentley please !! Exellent crosser of the ball.
tommo3146
30/06/2008 10:23:00
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This will be Nugents season...........come on !!!!!
tommo3146
30/06/2008 10:28:00
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We need a playmaker, as the European cup has proved. The days of muscle power and size have gone.
007
30/06/2008 11:54:00
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Why would you want sicknote Kewell ??
Tiny T
30/06/2008 13:58:00
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