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Portsmouth 'Til I Die book

Portsmouth 'Til I Die book. Buy now and get your name in the book free.



Following Pompey becomes a way of life for many of us. At Fratton Park or travelling away we experience moments of elation and exhilaration which become landmarks in our lives. But there are also the low points of despair and disappointment when we feel that all our hopes and dreams have been dashed.

Portsmouth Football Club, in partnership with the National Literacy Trust and Legends Publishing, have produced a new book which is about to go to press, 'Portsmouth 'Til I Die' will reflect the memories and experiences of supporters both young and old. Players and managers may come and go, but it is the fans who give the permanent character to a club like Portsmouth. And so as a celebration of the fans, this book will reveal the fun, the absurd, the emotional, the peculiar or unbelievable that is part and parcel of following Pompey.

ORDER NOW! GET YOUR NAME IN THE BOOK... Fans making orders before Saturday 20th September, either online or from visiting the Portsmouth FC Study Centre [cash and cheque payments] will have their name added to the Dedications pages free of charge. If you would like your name, or a friend or family member's, to appear in the book, buy online now. Visit http://www.tilidie.co.uk/buy.html to buy online and to read sample stories. Pompey 'Til I Die… Real Pompey stories, from real Pompey fans.


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The Journalist

Writer: David Lane Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 14 2009

Time: 8:11AM

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When ii first read the banner line I thought it must be the new harry redknapp book :-)
russellm
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14/09/2009 08:21:00

Any stories from VP members in it?
UKTony
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14/09/2009 08:29:00

looks like an interesting read for us youngens.. I was also thinking of getting "When Sol Went Up to Lift the FA Cup: The Complete Story of Pompey's Victorious March to Wembley". Anyone already got this?
nodster
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14/09/2009 08:33:00

Answering Tony's question about VP members - Yes there could be we submitted quite a few along with pictures and scans of programmes - so here's hoping!
eastneydave
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14/09/2009 09:23:00

Can't wait to read it
Pompeyfcmad
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14/09/2009 15:52:00

Tempted by this, as i have more or less every other Portsmouth book!
.Andrew.
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14/09/2009 16:29:00

I now gather that three Vital Pompey members at least have their stories in print.
eastneydave
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23/10/2009 09:17:00

 

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