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Club before country

I put Pompey before my country, not my vote, yours - and these findings from pentonpompey's poll are thoughts I do share to a degree.

This 'club verses country' debate, which comes up more and more these days is something that I spoke about - as well as other issues connected to it - in detail last week - click here, so I will not cover this again.

To keep it simple I do take pride in my country, even if this is not as much as I once did, but given the choice between Pompey and England - if I did have to choose - then I would choose Pompey every time. That said at the end of the day there is room for both... isn't there?

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  • How you voted - Pompey 63%, There's room for both 33%, My Country 4%

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  • The Journalist

    Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

    Date:Wednesday September 10 2008

    Time: 8:19AM

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    There is room for both, especially on days like this, however if you had to choose one or the other, club always comes first.
    storagematt
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    10/09/2008 09:28:00

    There is room for both, but the question is would you rather have Pompey win the Champions League or England win the World Cup?
    sneakay
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    10/09/2008 10:14:00

    I would take England losing to the likes of Andorra if it meant Pompey winning the Premiership -throw in the FA &UEFA Cups as well & i'll settle for England losing 6-0 to San Marino
    yellowcheesemonkey
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    10/09/2008 12:46:00

    I shall always want England to do well but give me some money and tell me to choose between watching Pompey or England and i'll pick Pompey 100% of the time. but i'll Record the England game and watch it later.
    Steve C
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    10/09/2008 12:49:00

    Going to abstain from this poll, think the obvious choice is Ronaldo but can't bring myself to vote for the greedy poncey t***
    Steve C
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    10/09/2008 12:52:00

    why not choose both? i cant pick between them!
    jbaker
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    10/09/2008 13:09:00

    I think interest in the National side has fallen, Most people put their club first.
    miked_joker
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    10/09/2008 13:57:00

    surely its got to be beckham? ronaldo - as much as i cannot stand the fella - is fantastic, but beckham did it consistently didnt he, ronaldo needs to do this for another couple of years in the premier to be 'the greatest ever' doesnt he...
    pompeyrug
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    10/09/2008 15:30:00

    I would put Pompey before country every time. Just would!
    Gandor
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    10/09/2008 17:00:00

    I voted room for both - however if I was a pompey player, and was told that on day XYZ, I could either play for my club OR my country (fixtures clash...?!), I would go for country every time. there can't really be a substitute for running out in england kit, wearing the kit, in front of 90000 supporters!
    pompeycarpet
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    10/09/2008 17:20:00

    Such a difficult one to call. If you're a player, i would imagine the Country call is greater (Unless you're Carragher) As a fan it has to be your Club I suppose.
    pentonpompey
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    11/09/2008 10:46:00

    Carpet and Penton I think you are both spot on.. As a player country, as a fan club..
    Chix
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    12/09/2008 08:25:00

     

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