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Deal or no deal? Noe Pamarot...

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
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
02/03/2009 00:55:00
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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
02/03/2009 00:55:00
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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
02/03/2009 06:37:00
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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
02/03/2009 06:37:00
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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
02/03/2009 07:45:00
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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
02/03/2009 07:45:00
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NO DEAL - if he want's a load of wages, but DEAL if he comes cheap with modest first team requirements.
Et_tu_Pompeii
02/03/2009 07:54:00
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NO DEAL - if he want's a load of wages, but DEAL if he comes cheap with modest first team requirements.
Et_tu_Pompeii
02/03/2009 07:54:00
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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
02/03/2009 07:57:00
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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
02/03/2009 07:57:00
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