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Transfer Rumours and the Probability

This article looks at the players that are been linked with Pompey should we stay up and go down and the players that are likely to leave.

If we stay up the following are likely to leave;

Vignall
Priske
Mbesumbe
Pericard
Westerveld
Diao
Cisse
Taylor
Routledge

If we go down the following are likely to leave;

Vignall
Priske
Mbesumbe
Westerveld
Diao
Mendes
Routledge
D’Allansandro
Benjani
Gary O’Neil
Taylor
O’Brien

If we stay up likely signings;

Lee Trundle
Amdy Faye
D’Allasandro
Julio Arca

If we go down;

Lee Trundle
Amdy Faye (loan)

Whatever happens Harry will be there and so will Jamie Redknapp! Mark my words.

Can you think of players I’ve missed?

Which names have i spelt wrong?




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The Journalist

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Date:Monday April 10 2006

Time: 9:08AM

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If we stay up, Taylor will stay in my opinion. I don't think Trundle we be on Arry's list. Quashie if the Baggies go down? Not saying I want him, but you know Arry loves him!
mattso
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10/04/2006 13:49:00

i agree taylor will stay, if we do, and possibly priske too
paultsmouth
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10/04/2006 19:33:00

Taylor would stay in my opinion, he knows what it's like to win promotion and IF we do go down he would want to be part of if when we return.
nelson
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10/04/2006 22:23:00

Sounds like sheer speculation. Who knows wat might happen, starting with the fac that we have'nt been relegated yet and who know how many $$ are available next year. Can stuff around with predictions all we like but never known many to be right.
pompeyinoz
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11/04/2006 05:07:00

Agreed, this is pure Fans Say So... I think the Media wanted to leak Taylors move in January so Pompey just fed them what they wanted to hear. Taylor was never going anywhere. Harry gets on with the other managers so i suspect, between them, they all agree to leth Papers spirt whatever they like, and leave it at that. Taylor, O'Neil, Routledge, Davies, are ALL young English Players, and will do better to stay at Pompey where they will get regular Football. Davies and Routledge (And Amdy Faye for that matter), can already prove that moving to someone like Spurs or Newcastle may appear Glitsy, and full of WOW factor, but if you want to play regular, and improve your chances of being a big name of the future, stay put and get the accolades you deserve. As Sean Davies said last week, moving from Fulham to Spurs was his biggest regret, so i dont think any of them will leave to be honest
Terence
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11/04/2006 09:04:00

if we stay up, how many millions?
paultsmouth
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11/04/2006 19:45:00

nother 12??
lmatthews
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11/04/2006 20:57:00

 

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