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England victorious under 'Arry

England victorious under 'Arry

Harry Redknapp was yesterday finally given the honour that he has craved - the chance to lead his country, which he did as an England side beat their counterparts from the Rest of the World in the charity event Soccer Aid, which was raising funds for unicef.

With the transfer window closed - so no business to be done - and most of our players away on international duty the Pompey manager was allowed to work with a collection of former football legends and stars of the world of entertainment for most of last week. At the end of it - last night - he had to oversee his troops at Wembley. Once again he managed to guide a team to success on the hallowed turf as England ran out victorious 4-3.

I do not know if anyone else watched the game, but it was entertaining with a range of stars on view - from footballs yesteryear and some surprisingly good footballers from other walks of life.

It was good to have Pompey represented on such a global event, but most importantly we must remember that this was all in the name of charity.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday September 8 2008
Time: 8:03AM

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I saw bits of it. Then Ant & Dec appeared. Enough said.
UKTony
08/09/2008 08:32:00
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Sometimes the good guys do win.
storagematt
08/09/2008 09:39:00
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Shearer still looked better than most england strikers -classic bullet header to make it 3-3...Di Canio still looked good
yellowcheesemonkey
08/09/2008 09:44:00
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Great game, much better than the England the previous night! really enjoyed this one.
sneakay
08/09/2008 11:36:00
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only saw snippets, was much more interested in andy murray! brian lara looked very, very good, especially considering his shape!
jbaker
08/09/2008 13:39:00
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Smashing goal by some French actor I'd never heard of; clipped a delightful chip first time over David Seaman. Shearer showed how to take a penalty.
NinjaTim
08/09/2008 13:54:00
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I missed both this game, and the murray game, as I thought they were both at different times! doh... vstill, I heard some of the football was pretty good...
pompeycarpet
08/09/2008 17:33:00
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Figo showed the real class & without him England would have won it in the first half, but he is still playing in Italys top league was this right.
pompeyyong
08/09/2008 19:57:00
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If Gareth Gates can play for England so can I!!!
pompey4me
08/09/2008 21:32:00
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Arry for Prime Minister
Bigboybug
09/09/2008 12:23:00
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