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What caught your eye, and why? Lemmi

What caught your eye, and why? Lemmi

Having seen the Pompey fixture list now 'what fixture(s) catches you eye the most, and why?'

This is what Lemmi said...

Goodison was designed by Archibald Leitch, the same man who designed Fratton Park, he also did Roker Park and many more. It's a grand stadium, I spent my youth there but alas if I keep the same shift pattern I will be working that weekend, otherwise we'd be there, stay with relatives and go into town on Saturday night. There are some cracking pubs. We can make the Liverpool game however.

Personally I would like to go to Burnley reasons?

1 Never been.
2 Remember them from the early seventies.
3 Can stay in Liverpool for the weekend.

I also fancy Villa as I haven't been there since I stood on the Holte End as a student.

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Writer:Lemmi
Date:Wednesday July 1 2009
Time: 1:54PM

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With you there Lemmi. I can apply points 2 and 3 equally to Liverpool. I might put that on my short list as well
UKTony
01/07/2009 14:22:00
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I will certainly be going back to Turf Moor. Used to play football with Wade Elliott at 6th form college (where did it all go wrong for me??) so feel obliged to give him plenty of abuse!
Pompeytim
01/07/2009 15:08:00
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it wasnt meant to be, you were destined to sit the other side of the field tim, enjoying it more...with far less money!
burnley is one that i certainly plan to do, not been to turf moor before.
pompeyrug
01/07/2009 17:19:00
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