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Krumah to join Norwich on loan

He has not technically signed for Pompey yet, but Omar Krumah is already lined up for a loan move to Norwich with the Norwich Site confirming this.

Krumah, better known as OJ to us, had a successful trial period with us during pre-season and this prompted Harry Redknapp to snap him up. Pending international clearance from the Gambian FA this will happen - then he will be off to Norwich on loan for the season!

This move can only do him good, and will hopefully see us benefit in the future...

Also, you might have read that Redknapp and our FA cup winning squad have been granted the freedom of the city for our heroics last season - congratulations to them all, this is well deserved. Next up is the quest to see the manager become Sir Harry!


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Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 1 2008

Time: 3:03PM

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OJ sounds good... although I have never seen him play
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01/08/2008 15:17:00

OJ sounds good... although I have never seen him play.
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01/08/2008 15:18:00

Yes get him signed up & then loaned out.
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01/08/2008 15:43:00

this will be good for him because he is too young to play for the 1sr team so send him out on loan he will gain experience
stfc ballboy
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01/08/2008 15:47:00

Krumah or Koroma, it will be a good deal for all concerned.
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01/08/2008 16:06:00

Wish are main targets could be wrapped up this quick!
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01/08/2008 20:30:00

Norwich will do him good, nice little footballing team.
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01/08/2008 20:56:00

Sounds like a good arrangement to me - he certainly sounds promising.
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01/08/2008 21:17:00

yep, whatever his name is - i will just call him OJ from now on - it will do him good. hopefully he can come back and make the grade here...
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02/08/2008 00:24:00

From what I've read he seems like a good prospect. If he only goes out on a 6 month loan, Harry may have an idea of bringing him into the team in the 2nd half of the season. Age is not a barrier - I watched John Wilshire and the younger players at Arsenal during the week. They looked sharp and good prospects for their first team this year and they are only young.
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02/08/2008 05:57:00

Definately KOROMA and not Krumah ... Norwich had to issue an official apology on their site yesterday ... but under the picture of him left it as Krumah....Doh ! It's a bit like Benjani and Yakubu all over again
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02/08/2008 06:33:00

Well we can continue to call him OJ. Or Korma?
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02/08/2008 10:50:00

im keeping it simple, OJ for me... we'll hopefully see this fella next season - 2009/10.
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02/08/2008 23:09:00

I'm guessing his nickname will be 'Simpson'....(think about it). From the reports I've read of his appearances thus far he sounds an exciting prospect. Could be just what the Canaries need this season, and a good 'un for us in the future. For a player of his young age to attract Arry's attention, he must be special.....Arry's never been a great one for gambling on kids.
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03/08/2008 02:33:00

Agree Tantona, I just hope he develops at Norwich and becomes everything Harry hopes he will be in the future .. Re the names I think the simple 'OJ' is the best bet ..but Simpson or even Bart (tenuous!) could be a good nickname
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03/08/2008 09:32:00

Good move for us and Norwich
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03/08/2008 16:02:00

It's funny, 'arry doesn't gamble on kids...well, not at Pompey anyway, and never has done, but what about at West Ham. He bought through Lampard, Carrick, Ferdinand, Cole, Johnson....the list goes on. Why does he not use the kids here? Remember he sent GoN out on loan etc etc.
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03/08/2008 18:49:00

Now today its official he has a two year deal.
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04/08/2008 18:52:00


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