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Pompey officially confirm who is out the door!

Pompey officially confirm who is out the door!

We all knew which of the out-of-contract players were being released, and also knew the loanees from last season had returned to their parent clubs but Pompey have today officially confirmed, on the Pompey Site, that 5 players have gone off the payroll today.

Noe Pamarot, Lauren, Glen Little, Djimi Traore and Jerome Thomas have been confirmed as 'being released.'

Being blunt for a minute we are not going to miss any of them are we, lets be honest!

Pamarot is the only one that had been a 'serious' 1st team contender last season, most of the others, in particular Lauren and Traore have been nothing short of 'money grabbers' for too long! The Cameroonian should have been told to pack his bags and leave in January after his outburst, if need be we should have paid him up there and then instead of allowing him to show his face round the training ground, albeit only every now and again...

Either way, good luck to the lot of them.

It was also again confirmed, although officially this time, that Kanu and Sol Campbell are still players that 'could' well have a future at Pompey, The King almost certainly so.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Wednesday July 1 2009
Time: 11:09AM

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got some more wage money to spend on new players that are actually GOING TO PLAY! this can only be a good thing! has armand gone? who else (loanee) has gone?
pompey--pessimist
01/07/2009 11:19:00
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Glad to see the back of Lauren, he was a really negative person to have about the place and only ever after money. Shame about Paramot. He always put in a decent shift and was such a unit to have at right back to cover Glen, and you can't forget that goal against Newcastle!!!
moley2
01/07/2009 11:26:00
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BRILLIANT!!! that shows that we want to move forward.. removing the dead wood.
nodster
01/07/2009 11:55:00
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Hear hear re Pamarot. Always did a job when asked, though I was always nervous that we might ask too often
UKTony
01/07/2009 11:55:00
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Yep only Noe made any real contibution last season & before & he probably is best his best. Time to move on, fresh blood needed. Out with old & in with the ...
storagematt
01/07/2009 12:03:00
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I agree with all there. Pamarot's goals at Newcastle though will always be remembered, as will Glen Little's mesmerising of Kaka.
eastneydave
01/07/2009 12:30:00
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paramount will get his own mention when he moves on as he deserves it to be fair, ive kind of drafted something for him, i just need to know where he is going...
all-in-all glad to see the back of them tbh, especially lauren!
pompeyrug
01/07/2009 13:24:00
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Well this makes things a bit clearer. Gekas, Traore and Pennant have already gone, I believe? What about the young midfielder, Pele? I think he was on loan(?) but never entirely sure on that. Has he already gone?
PhilTaglia
01/07/2009 13:54:00
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all loan players have returned to their clubs.
pompeyrug
01/07/2009 13:56:00
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Yeah, it's been coming for a long time. The much needed cull. We'd better stop now though or there will be no one left. As you guys have said Pamarot was the only one who put in a shift for the first team, but it's all change now. A new era is opening up, and plugging the drain on the wage bill has got to be a plus. Hopefully it's onward and upward from here on...PUP.
cornypomp
01/07/2009 14:02:00
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