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Pompey fans forum - 19th March 2009

Pompey fans forum - 19th March 2009

I knew there would be some benefits to eventually joining facebook - something I did a few weeks back but must admit the novelty soon wore off! - anyway, as I am part of the PFC group I just got a message through this afternoon reminding me about the fans forum taking place next Thursday in the fans marquee.

Having spoken to the creator of the message - a guy I have met once before - it has been agreed that I will post it on Vital to remind you...

So, show of hands, who is going to this? If so say so below, and I may be in touch as I have a cunning plan!

PLAY UP POMPEY!

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Fan's Forum

What are the hopes for the rest of the season? What are visions beyond? Where are the key games to survival this season? What does the future hold? Where are the club with plans for new stadium and training ground?

Just a few of the common questions that can be heard on the radio phone ins and web site message boards every day.

But no need to dial or log on in the vain hope that someone is taking note because the men that matter will be present face to face to both listen and comment.

Come and be part of the Pompey Forum in the fans marquee on Thursday March 19th at 7.30pm where you can put your Pompey questions directly to Manager Paul Hart and Chairman Peter Storrie.

The two men are just part of a distinguished panel who will take time out from the heat of Pompey's battle to share their thoughts with you.

Ninety minutes of passion does not need to be confined to the Fratton Park stands, now is the chance to experience it in the marquee.

And there is much more besides. For your £10 entrance fee you get a free pint and a pie with some pre-Pompey Forum refreshments.

There is a chance to win Pompey shirts on offer signed by the current first team squad and also opportunities for a number of lucky attendees to watch the team train on a specified date.

Afterwards you can have a drink at your leisure whilst mingling with the panel once the main forum has ended.

All in all it adds up to an unbeatable evenings entertainment for all those Pompey fans who wear their heart on their sleeve

Tickets selling well and now available by calling 02392 778555.

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Writer:pompeyrug/Chris Hayler
Date:Wednesday March 11 2009
Time: 5:18PM

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Comments

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Rug - change the heading :)
UKTony
11/03/2009 19:35:00
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Rug - change the heading :)
UKTony
11/03/2009 19:35:00
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17th...19th... it's easy to get confused, isn't it rug :-)
pompeycarpet
11/03/2009 19:37:00
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17th...19th... it's easy to get confused, isn't it rug :-)
pompeycarpet
11/03/2009 19:37:00
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yea, 19th like i said :-) thanks guys...
pompeyrug
11/03/2009 20:14:00
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yea, 19th like i said :-) thanks guys...
pompeyrug
11/03/2009 20:14:00
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i will come if you pay my airfare!
Buddha14
11/03/2009 20:33:00
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i will come if you pay my airfare!
Buddha14
11/03/2009 20:33:00
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There's a BIG difference between 17th and 19th in the premiership !.. Not going .. would love to but working
Chix
12/03/2009 07:23:00
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There's a BIG difference between 17th and 19th in the premiership !.. Not going .. would love to but working
Chix
12/03/2009 07:23:00
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