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Goal of the Season

Goal of the Season

Pompey are asking you to text vote what you think has been our goal of the season this season, and when you look back at them, although there might not be half as many as we would have liked, there are some real corkers!

Lassie's against Vitoria in the uefa cup was a cracker - and this one has been suggested as the one to go for by the Toast Team on Sunday.

Crouchy's overhead beauty against Stoke was the nailed on winner for me for a while but then alone came Johnno's against Hull, a left foot half volley from some 30-yards, fantastic stuff!

Younes' bullet header against Milan blew the roof off Fratton, erm; well you know what I mean. Ok, it was not the greatest goal, but a well worked move and such a big goal in our history - then again his one against West Brom was a beaut too, also a left footed drive I think from a right footed player...

Nuge's 'stick that in your pipe and smoke it' goal at Spurs was so sweet - not just because it was a good goal, albeit with a deflection, but because it was his first league goal for us and against 'him' of all people!

Then we had Krunchie's against West Brom a few weeks back, what a blinding free kick - that makes the guy all the more frustrating though as we know he can do this but fails to do it enough from dead ball situations.

Me, well I would go for Glen Johnson against Hull, the winner of a goal of the month competition on match of the day and one that I still think could well go onto win the match of the day goal of the season?

Details of all the goals, how you can vote and what could be won by voting - all from the Pompey Site - can be found below...

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VOTE FOR YOUR GOAL OF THE SEASON

Watch this selection of the best Pompey goals from the 2008/9 season and vote for your favourite.

The player with the most votes will be presented with the 'Goal of the Season' award at the club's end of season gala dinner on Tuesday, May 19.

But they won't be the only one receiving a prize. Everyone who casts a vote will be entered into a draw to win a signed Pompey football and a trip to watch the Blues train.

Goal A:
Glen JOHNSON v Everton
Text 'Pompey Goal A' to 81222

Goal B:
Lassana DIARRA v Vitoria SC
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Goal C:
Peter CROUCH v Vitoria SC
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Goal D:
Peter CROUCH v Stoke City
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Goal E:
Nadir BELHADJ v Sunderland
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Goal F:
Glen JOHNSON v Hull City
Text 'Pompey Goal F' to 81222

Goal G:
Younes KABOUL v AC Milan
Text 'Pompey Goal G' to 81222

Goal H:
Peter CROUCH v West Bromwich Albion
Text 'Pompey Goal H' to 81222

Goal I:
David NUGENT v Tottenham Hotspur
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Goal J:
Niko KRANJCAR v Stoke City
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Goal K:
Younes KABOUL v West Bromwich Albion
Text 'Pompey Goal K' to 81222

Goal L:
Niko KRANJCAR v West Bromwich Albion
Text 'Pompey Goal L' to 81222

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday May 11 2009
Time: 6:03PM

Comments

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I'd imagine Johnson's one against Hull will be the winner, but for sentimental reasons, Kaboul's header against Milan and Diarra's against Guimaraes have to be right up there!
jonathanl50
11/05/2009 18:12:00
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Johnson's goal against Hull all the way. I think it'll win all goal of the season polls.
moley2
11/05/2009 18:18:00
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yep johnson for me too, i also agree it will win most goal of the season polls...
pompeyrug
11/05/2009 18:28:00
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I didn't think we had scored that many good goals. All 3 european goals made me scream like a girlie but yes gotta go with GJ against Hull.
storagematt
11/05/2009 18:29:00
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the problem with glen johnsons... was that a few seasons ago, matty taylor came along, and scorred a much, much better one agianst everton. if you say to me left foot volley, and goal of the season - THAT will always be the goal that springs to mind. For me, it has to be Kabouls against Milan - closely followed by Diaras. sometimes, sentimant has to win.
pompeycarpet
11/05/2009 18:45:00
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Johnson for me!
Lemmi
11/05/2009 19:33:00
0
Johnson for me - Chelsea boy and all that :-)
merlin
11/05/2009 19:43:00
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The Chimes Official Position is Nugent's vs Spurs. Frank's Uncle (and fans too) was quick to give him some stick, but after Adams gave him a chance he got his first Premiership goal (whilst playing on the wing) against his old manager. I think he deserves it because he stuck one over on old Jamie's Dad.
PFCGino
11/05/2009 21:55:00
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GOAL F: JOHNSON vs HULL Man that was such a good goal it nearly brings a tear to my eye. Forget Johnson against Hull. Johnson against the WORLD! What a player. DON'T LEAVE US GLEN! :(
Ziggstix
12/05/2009 00:45:00
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Before I read the above i had decided Johnson Vs Hull
race
12/05/2009 02:06:00
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