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10,000 fans to Charlton and Wigan

10,000 fans to Charlton and Wigan


Charlton game is set to become the greatest away atmosphere ever!

Pompey fans are going for the record of the most amount of time signing songs at an away game. The record (which Pompey already hold) is 55 minutes. This was recorded at West Ham a few weeks ago.

Pompey fans won fans of the year in there first season in the Premiership and I’m not sure who won it last year but it wasn’t us because you can’t win it two years in a row.

Pompey are taking at least 4,000 to Charlton but many Pompey fans are buying tickets in the Charlton end. It is thought that 5,000 will make the trip.

Pompey are also taking 5,500 fans to Wigan in what will either be a crucial relegation decider or (heaven forbid) a relegation party.

Play up Pompey


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

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Date:Thursday April 13 2006
Time: 7:53PM

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Are we the best fans?
lmatthews
13/04/2006 20:55:00
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Are we the best fans?
lmatthews
13/04/2006 20:55:00
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Doesn't matter who won it last year we have always been the best fans in the country. We travel, we sing and creat a great atmosphere at every match home and away, which is why many other team supporters want Pompey to stay up
nelson
13/04/2006 21:11:00
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Doesn't matter who won it last year we have always been the best fans in the country. We travel, we sing and creat a great atmosphere at every match home and away, which is why many other team supporters want Pompey to stay up
nelson
13/04/2006 21:11:00
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you going to charlton?
lmatthews
13/04/2006 21:20:00
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you going to charlton?
lmatthews
13/04/2006 21:20:00
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Listened to 606 aftr game wednesday, whilst travelling home at zero miles per hour. the radio phone in was fans from Ipswich, Everton, Coventy and Manchester. Everyone was saying they would like to borrow our fans, all said how brilliant Pompey gmes are, all agreed they wanted us to survive. So votes from all corners must tell us something. We are here to stay, its what the Country wants.
Terence
14/04/2006 19:24:00
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Listened to 606 aftr game wednesday, whilst travelling home at zero miles per hour. the radio phone in was fans from Ipswich, Everton, Coventy and Manchester. Everyone was saying they would like to borrow our fans, all said how brilliant Pompey gmes are, all agreed they wanted us to survive. So votes from all corners must tell us something. We are here to stay, its what the Country wants.
Terence
14/04/2006 19:24:00
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In Bangkok...it must be half time at Fratton. Seems Middlesborough have a 2nd string line-up so why are we 0-0. I suppose if we go on to win 1-0 it won't matter...Arsenal are 1 up and that helps, but the enemies meet tomorrow. My Thai lady friend who owns that Bar Nelson has just interrupted me with news that Pompey have scored....it can't get better than that. Now back to the bar.....
pompeygray
15/04/2006 16:16:00
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In Bangkok...it must be half time at Fratton. Seems Middlesborough have a 2nd string line-up so why are we 0-0. I suppose if we go on to win 1-0 it won't matter...Arsenal are 1 up and that helps, but the enemies meet tomorrow. My Thai lady friend who owns that Bar Nelson has just interrupted me with news that Pompey have scored....it can't get better than that. Now back to the bar.....
pompeygray
15/04/2006 16:16:00
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