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Sol on the verge of County/Dindane passes medical?

Sol on the verge of County/Dindane passes medical?

Hopefully when Sol Campbell finally does end up wherever he is ending up, which looks like being Notts County, The Pompey Site will finally be able to give him a 'fitting send off'...

As, apart from a few lines in The News from Peter Storrie to acknowledge that he would not be returning to Pompey we have not really said much about him, and that is a shame as despite the fact that we paid him a lot of money to do what he did the man that lifted the cup for us deserves something, even if it is just a few lines of official recognition from the club.

Like I say I suspect this is waiting until he is confirmed as a player elsewhere, which according to 'growing reports' looks like being with Notts County...


Dindane closes in on Pompey move?

'Reports' from sky sports news are saying that Aruna Dindane has passed his medical with the club so that should be that just about done!

Although until official word comes out nothing is done is it.

It would be nice to get this done today so he can feature tomorrow in the league cup though, but this is starting to look unlikely now...

The main thing is that we are looking like we are about to bring in another player, the only concern is this is another African player - and we will lose a number of these come the African nationals early next year! But hey, lets cross that bridge when we get to it eh.


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Date:Monday August 24 2009
Time: 5:32PM


Am very worried about the Africa Cup. Also, am I right in thinking the FA are about to bring in quotas whereby teams must ave a certain number of British players. I counted one on the pitch the other week - David James.
24/08/2009 17:38:00
I am also worried about the African Cup of nations in January in Angola.

Of course we gave Sol a send off in yesterday's Toast but no other thanks from Pompey etc.
24/08/2009 18:05:00
Hopefully Sol will get the recognition he deserves from club and fans.
24/08/2009 18:23:00
ACN comes after the jan transfer window, so maybe we will get some reinforcements in during that time, as i'd presume the 'takeover saga' will all be finished by then. But thinking about it, most of our players would be offski when Dindane joins & the Zaki deal goes through. Don't panic Mr Mannering!
24/08/2009 18:29:00
It's such a shame Sol couldn't have stayed another season here, but I guess it wasn't to be, we do owe him a fantastic send off, don't suppose we'll get the chance, unless we draw Notts Co in one of the cups.
24/08/2009 20:04:00
WILSONS british ..
24/08/2009 20:43:00
Well at least we are signing Internationals rather than random geezers
24/08/2009 20:50:00
we need attacking, creative players. But we also need some quality midfielders.
24/08/2009 21:06:00
we need an complete midfielder who can put his foot in find a pass and score goals their isnt many around for a good price but what about. KEVIN NOLAN scored again for newcastle on the wkend. or ALAN SMITH plus get gutierez and ameobi.
24/08/2009 21:34:00
nolan 5m smith 4m gutierez 4m ameobi 6m 19m sell krankjar 7m nugent 4m utaka 4m 15m thats 4m spent.
24/08/2009 21:36:00
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