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Attempting to sow the seeds...

Attempting to sow the seeds...

Can you not just shut up! If asked about another teams player, just refuse to answer - it is pretty simply really!

'Twitchy' just cannot help himself can he, why does he feel the need to comment about every man and his dog?

Whilst he might be 'publicly' saying he does not need a keeper he is also saying that he would like to sign David James - and knowing how his mind works he is basically 'inviting offers' on what he has in the hope of attracting the interest and then moving for James.

All the rubbish about 'hoping we can keep him' is exactly that, rubbish!

Paul Hart meanwhile has said that James has not come to him expressing a desire to leave and the comments made in his column at the weekend have been 'dealt with internally.'

So, Jamie's Dad will be making his move for James anytime then - this is how he always starts, the whole 'he is a great footballer but I do not need him' or 'he belong to someone else', that type rubbish as he sows the seeds...

PLAY UP POMPEY!


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Tuesday August 18 2009
Time: 6:21PM

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For me the responsibility is with the player, Harry is a paid pundit; he will be asked and is expected to answer; jamo sowed the seed with his own column; we are all sposed to feel sorry for the multi, multi millionaire; don't agree with you on this one boss
russellm
18/08/2009 18:51:00
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agree with that, players getting paid a fortune should do what they are paid to do - but had twitchy already sowed the seed before hand, a quiet word in the ear can make people say and do things...
pompeyrug
18/08/2009 19:00:00
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We have two quality goalkeepers though, so maybe in this case, he is just saying it as it is, that he doesn't want James. Usually if he was interested, the line "...but if they are looking to sell, we may be interested in a player of his quality..." would come out of his mouth, but on this occasion, he's just stating a fact.
Othello
18/08/2009 19:25:00
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who is the other quality keeper???
pompeyhussler
18/08/2009 20:23:00
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More like who's the first quality keeper. I really hope James stays, dispite old droopy chops advances. Swap deal with Cudicini.?! Go away old man.
.Andrew.
18/08/2009 21:36:00
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What an absolute tosspot. Can't keep his mouth shut. I hope he doesn't mysteriosly look to sell one of his "two quality keepers" in the next few days.
PompeyFrippy
19/08/2009 02:24:00
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are you people serious?he answered a question and that's it.pompeyrug what would everyone be thinking if he did refuse to answer like you say?i bet you would still write this pointless article.i don't know what you people have against him,he saved you from relegation,he won you the FA cup and he has brought in so many good players to pompey just because of who he is and how he deals.BTW saw the game against fulham and you lot are horrible,really horrible.maybe you should be worrying about that instead of harry praising james.
dwight schrute
19/08/2009 04:59:00
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Dwight, how interesting. Thanks very much. As if it's not bad enough, there's always the chance of that advert for the S*n popping up between programmes. What on earth has El Tel done with his facial hair? Mutton dressed as lamb.
hammersmithblue
19/08/2009 16:21:00
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