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Deal or no deal? Noe Pamarot...

So, we have some 15 players out of contract in the summer (or seeing their loans with Pompey end) it is almost time to decide who deserves a new contract and who does not deserve the drippings from my nose, well ours noses!

I was going to look at them all together, but I think I will do them one at a time... Simple question, and as the bearded one would say, 'deal or no deal?'

Noe Pamarot

Last season he came in and did a job when asked, but has always seemed to have suspect hamstrings despite having what are the biggest legs I have probably ever seen a Pompey player have!

He seems far less effective this season, and actually worries me big time when he comes in as he is unable to get forward with any effect and defensively he seems to have slipped, I could even say looks suspect...

At the stage that he is in at his career I would imagine that he will be looking for regular 1st team football, and chances are he will not - or should that be should not, get that here next season so chances are this will be the last season we see him, but he will not be making a third return to Fratton!

Deal or no deal? No deal.

I would not give him a deal, I suspect we will offer him one on reduce wages claiming we want to keep him, but as these wages are so reduced he will turn it down and move on, with us claiming disappointment but him a 'lack of a good enough deal'.

These are my thoughts, what about yours? As always please share them below...

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Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday March 1 2009

Time: 11:30PM

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He may not be able to do a job for us week in, week out, but I would rely on him to cover at right back for GJ if he was to get injured during a match or something, so I would offer him, as you say, a reduced deal, because although he won't play much, he has done well for the club and is a fairly decent back-up player.
jbaker
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02/03/2009 00:55:00

He may not be able to do a job for us week in, week out, but I would rely on him to cover at right back for GJ if he was to get injured during a match or something, so I would offer him, as you say, a reduced deal, because although he won't play much, he has done well for the club and is a fairly decent back-up player.
jbaker
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02/03/2009 00:55:00

no deal for me, pompeyrug has said how i feel aswell, i think cranie or wilson would be as good, and cheaper in wages
ruffcider
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02/03/2009 06:37:00

no deal for me, pompeyrug has said how i feel aswell, i think cranie or wilson would be as good, and cheaper in wages
ruffcider
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02/03/2009 06:37:00

deal, he can play well, and we should like jbaker said, keep him as cover. Although, if we can get him for as little as possible, it would obviously be good!
MFFP
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02/03/2009 07:45:00

deal, he can play well, and we should like jbaker said, keep him as cover. Although, if we can get him for as little as possible, it would obviously be good!
MFFP
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02/03/2009 07:45:00

NO DEAL - if he want's a load of wages, but DEAL if he comes cheap with modest first team requirements.
Et_tu_Pompeii
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02/03/2009 07:54:00

NO DEAL - if he want's a load of wages, but DEAL if he comes cheap with modest first team requirements.
Et_tu_Pompeii
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02/03/2009 07:54:00

I only just realised that Noe is French for Noah as in Noah's Ark - "L'Arche de Noe". I was trying to make some witty comment then about keeping all the animals on the boat but it didn't seem that appropriate! I'd feel reluctant about giving up a defender at the moment but would see 2009-2010 as the make or break year for Noe to finally crack it and menawhile be looking for sturdy chaps in the September transfer window
hammersmithblue
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02/03/2009 07:57:00

I only just realised that Noe is French for Noah as in Noah's Ark - "L'Arche de Noe". I was trying to make some witty comment then about keeping all the animals on the boat but it didn't seem that appropriate! I'd feel reluctant about giving up a defender at the moment but would see 2009-2010 as the make or break year for Noe to finally crack it and menawhile be looking for sturdy chaps in the September transfer window
hammersmithblue
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02/03/2009 07:57:00

Deal, on the understanding that he isn't a regular first teamer and might not even be first reserve. Wilson would win that one
UKTony
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02/03/2009 08:08:00

Deal, on the understanding that he isn't a regular first teamer and might not even be first reserve. Wilson would win that one
UKTony
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02/03/2009 08:08:00

I like Pamarot a lot, he's stuck a couple in the back of the net, he can do a job..he's a big strong fella. but i mustn't let that bias me on this. I'm a bit 50/50, but maybe if he were offered a reduced deal he could still do a job, and he does offer us a back up in defence so i'm gonna come off the fence and say DEAL...
cornypomp
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02/03/2009 08:57:00

I like Pamarot a lot, he's stuck a couple in the back of the net, he can do a job..he's a big strong fella. but i mustn't let that bias me on this. I'm a bit 50/50, but maybe if he were offered a reduced deal he could still do a job, and he does offer us a back up in defence so i'm gonna come off the fence and say DEAL...
cornypomp
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02/03/2009 08:57:00

bakes, maybe 'if' he was playing week in week out he would do a job? im not convinced that he would but maybe the fact that he only gets games here and there his problem...
cannot see him accepting a deal knowing he will be back-up, at best at 30 he will want to play wont he, and if not picking up as much as he has been even less likely?


ruffcider, i had high hopes for cranie, but whatever his future is i see it more as a central defender - that said im not sure he will have a long-term future with pompey himself anyway...?


Et_tu, like i said previously, i cannot see him accepting a more 'modest' wage or accepting 'modest' 1st team opportunities, but you never know...?


hammersmith, nice try...i think lol!
the difficult thing with that an paramount is 'if' we do give him the final chance, could you see him accepting a '1 year contract?' granted this give him a final crack and means not uprooting his family but i maintain my thoughts that sitting on the bench picking up wages isnt what he wants...?


Tony, assuming johnson stays - and i pray he does as he is a major player for us - then wilson would also be my back-up to him. paramount would then only be retained for his versitility to cover a range of positon, but then again that is anotheer reason i would keep the herminator!
all that said im still unsure quite where wilson is most effective! what i do know is he does have a part to play. i often say i think his ability on the ball makes him 'too good' to be a central defender, but that could be his eventual position, altho i feel sitting just in front of the back 4 could be tailormade for him? but all in all, wilson would for sure be my back-up at rightback for johnson, again who i pray stays...?


corny, my heart rules my head far too much - ive really tried not to let this be the case with the 'deal or no deal' series, maybe my head has ruled my heart in this instance. im not overly keen on paramout, then again i wasnt when we first had him so he had to 'win me over' again. i thought he had, but im still unconvined.
we do need to retain some players tho i guess, and his already mentioned versitility and 'slightly' younger age could work in his favour...wages must be cut tho...
pompeyrug
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02/03/2009 10:27:00

bakes, maybe 'if' he was playing week in week out he would do a job? im not convinced that he would but maybe the fact that he only gets games here and there his problem...
cannot see him accepting a deal knowing he will be back-up, at best at 30 he will want to play wont he, and if not picking up as much as he has been even less likely?


ruffcider, i had high hopes for cranie, but whatever his future is i see it more as a central defender - that said im not sure he will have a long-term future with pompey himself anyway...?


Et_tu, like i said previously, i cannot see him accepting a more 'modest' wage or accepting 'modest' 1st team opportunities, but you never know...?


hammersmith, nice try...i think lol!
the difficult thing with that an paramount is 'if' we do give him the final chance, could you see him accepting a '1 year contract?' granted this give him a final crack and means not uprooting his family but i maintain my thoughts that sitting on the bench picking up wages isnt what he wants...?


Tony, assuming johnson stays - and i pray he does as he is a major player for us - then wilson would also be my back-up to him. paramount would then only be retained for his versitility to cover a range of positon, but then again that is anotheer reason i would keep the herminator!
all that said im still unsure quite where wilson is most effective! what i do know is he does have a part to play. i often say i think his ability on the ball makes him 'too good' to be a central defender, but that could be his eventual position, altho i feel sitting just in front of the back 4 could be tailormade for him? but all in all, wilson would for sure be my back-up at rightback for johnson, again who i pray stays...?


corny, my heart rules my head far too much - ive really tried not to let this be the case with the 'deal or no deal' series, maybe my head has ruled my heart in this instance. im not overly keen on paramout, then again i wasnt when we first had him so he had to 'win me over' again. i thought he had, but im still unconvined.
we do need to retain some players tho i guess, and his already mentioned versitility and 'slightly' younger age could work in his favour...wages must be cut tho...
pompeyrug
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02/03/2009 10:27:00

i cannot be accused of 'boosting my points' can i as ive done those reply posts above all in one :-)
pompeyrug
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02/03/2009 10:28:00

i cannot be accused of 'boosting my points' can i as ive done those reply posts above all in one :-)
pompeyrug
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02/03/2009 10:28:00

Noe is a classic, can play great & hasn't a clue sometimes. A new manager coming in may want a clean slate to start with. Not sure what we can afford to baulk the squad with quantity over quality. As it stands, NO DEAL.
storagematt
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02/03/2009 14:25:00

Noe is a classic, can play great & hasn't a clue sometimes. A new manager coming in may want a clean slate to start with. Not sure what we can afford to baulk the squad with quantity over quality. As it stands, NO DEAL.
storagematt
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02/03/2009 14:25:00

Deal - we need to keep some players and I think Noe is a great squad player. He isn't actually that bad, can play at right and left back, and despite prone to the odd error can provide decent temporary cover better than anyone else.
PFCGino
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02/03/2009 14:39:00

Deal - we need to keep some players and I think Noe is a great squad player. He isn't actually that bad, can play at right and left back, and despite prone to the odd error can provide decent temporary cover better than anyone else.
PFCGino
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02/03/2009 14:39:00

as has been said above - he may not be good enough for a first choice defender - but that doesn't mean he is still a very good player, and potentially excellent back up. He can play anywhere along the back 4 - which means rather than having 4(3) players in the squad as cover that won't really be playing, we only need to have one. and as he does cover all 4 positions, he will play more often than a normal back up, and so may be more willing to stay. And if we can't pursudae him to stay covering for 4 positions, we won't get anyone as good to stay just covering one. I say DEAL - or at least offer him one, and if he says he wants first team football...so be it. (i guess we'll find ou what he thinks though if past experiance is anything to go by... :-) )
pompeycarpet
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02/03/2009 15:57:00

as has been said above - he may not be good enough for a first choice defender - but that doesn't mean he is still a very good player, and potentially excellent back up. He can play anywhere along the back 4 - which means rather than having 4(3) players in the squad as cover that won't really be playing, we only need to have one. and as he does cover all 4 positions, he will play more often than a normal back up, and so may be more willing to stay. And if we can't pursudae him to stay covering for 4 positions, we won't get anyone as good to stay just covering one. I say DEAL - or at least offer him one, and if he says he wants first team football...so be it. (i guess we'll find ou what he thinks though if past experiance is anything to go by... :-) )
pompeycarpet
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02/03/2009 15:57:00

NO DEAL - he just worries me at the back i dont rate him and i fink he is total ********* !! send him back to france because we have craine / wilson for cover.
stfc ballboy
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02/03/2009 16:18:00

NO DEAL - he just worries me at the back i dont rate him and i fink he is total ********* !! send him back to france because we have craine / wilson for cover.
stfc ballboy
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02/03/2009 16:18:00

Is has become a little 'traditional' in the dressing room at Fratton to comment on these articles so I trust my comments will be taken in the spirit they are meant (Lauren was a little upset that some doubted his authenticity!) I enjoy a good career at Portsmouth and have already openly stated to the management (past & present) that I would be happy to accept an extension to my current contract. To date nothing has been forthcoming but I remain comitted to Portsmouth and despite the obvious contenders for the right back position I should remind you that I can and will play any position the manager requires
No Pamarot


It's a NO DEAL from me fellas .. I don't think I said deal on anybody to date .. good job I'm not the caretaker manager we'd have no team left !
Chix
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02/03/2009 19:23:00

Is has become a little 'traditional' in the dressing room at Fratton to comment on these articles so I trust my comments will be taken in the spirit they are meant (Lauren was a little upset that some doubted his authenticity!) I enjoy a good career at Portsmouth and have already openly stated to the management (past & present) that I would be happy to accept an extension to my current contract. To date nothing has been forthcoming but I remain comitted to Portsmouth and despite the obvious contenders for the right back position I should remind you that I can and will play any position the manager requires
No Pamarot


It's a NO DEAL from me fellas .. I don't think I said deal on anybody to date .. good job I'm not the caretaker manager we'd have no team left !
Chix
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02/03/2009 19:23:00

o look its noe pamarot talking :o lol .
stfc ballboy
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02/03/2009 20:10:00

o look its noe pamarot talking :o lol .
stfc ballboy
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02/03/2009 20:10:00

funny that all the players use almost exactly the same writing style isn't it? ...anyway - I do agree with what "he" says. Pamerot can play anywhere across the back 4, and can do the job to a decent standard. Cranie is coming through - but has simply not recovered from his broken leg, and other than that, we have no-one that is even close to being as flexible.
pompeycarpet
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02/03/2009 20:49:00

funny that all the players use almost exactly the same writing style isn't it? ...anyway - I do agree with what "he" says. Pamerot can play anywhere across the back 4, and can do the job to a decent standard. Cranie is coming through - but has simply not recovered from his broken leg, and other than that, we have no-one that is even close to being as flexible.
pompeycarpet
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02/03/2009 20:49:00

I thought that too Carps but if you look back they actually all differ somebody somewhere is doing a good wind-up either that or they really are commenting ..
Chix
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03/03/2009 07:13:00

I thought that too Carps but if you look back they actually all differ somebody somewhere is doing a good wind-up either that or they really are commenting ..
Chix
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03/03/2009 07:13:00

DOoo!!! And there was me thinking that the players really were commenting on their own futures. Still, i've always been gullible..
cornypomp
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03/03/2009 09:29:00

DOoo!!! And there was me thinking that the players really were commenting on their own futures. Still, i've always been gullible..
cornypomp
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03/03/2009 09:29:00

Hmm . . a bit unsure on this one. I didn't like him at all when he first joined us, but he grew on me last season - didn't he score a scorching goal last season? I think he's good back up to the defence, so I'm going to say deal.
tracyc
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03/03/2009 13:00:00

Hmm . . a bit unsure on this one. I didn't like him at all when he first joined us, but he grew on me last season - didn't he score a scorching goal last season? I think he's good back up to the defence, so I'm going to say deal.
tracyc
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03/03/2009 13:00:00

is chix always the first to write after every player comments?....hes on the ball that chix fella, they call that a sixth sense you know....
ruffcider
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03/03/2009 17:27:00

is chix always the first to write after every player comments?....hes on the ball that chix fella, they call that a sixth sense you know....
ruffcider
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03/03/2009 17:27:00

The only current player to have played for Pompey before the turn of the century!! I really don' t know about this one and think it depends on finance. So I will sit on the fence but tend towards a one year deal.
eastneydave
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03/03/2009 18:32:00

The only current player to have played for Pompey before the turn of the century!! I really don' t know about this one and think it depends on finance. So I will sit on the fence but tend towards a one year deal.
eastneydave
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03/03/2009 18:32:00

 

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