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Whatever, just sort it out!

Whatever, just sort it out!

So, SAF has moved to 'quash rumours' that he is thinking of selling up his 10% stake in the club amid 'reports' that Ali Al Faraj was trying to buy him out...

He says that he plans to stay for a 'very, very long time' yet.

You know what, I really do not care, he can stay for a week, a month, a year, 10-years or for the rest of time all I ask is that he, along with the rest of the board just sort things out and stop helping to make the club look a joke!

That £50m he keeps saying 'will be available to the club if they want it' would help, so how about it SAF - any chance of us seeing this anytime soon?

At least Watford have confirmed that they have seen a payment come through for Tommy Smith - this only needs payment, or confirmation of payments to Chelski for Glen Johnson and Arsenal for Lassana Diarra and our transfer embargo is lifted, then in comes Eugen Bopp...

PLAY UP POMPEY!


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Thursday October 29 2009
Time: 4:11PM

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Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!! More words from the camel man & no action as always!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
storagematt
29/10/2009 16:24:00
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Words, words, words........we don't need words SAF, we need ACTION, ACTION, ACTION......and that £50m you kept on about might give you back a bit of credibility - So put up or shut up I say! we've heard it all before. PUP
BarneyArmy
29/10/2009 16:53:00
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Maybe he still has a role to play in bringing investors in and playing the front man role, which he's good at.
tracyc
29/10/2009 17:04:00
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SAF where's the 50 million, find it, them hide it! for gods sake don't pay it to chelski or the arse, or not only would our club be a world renowned joke,.... It will be worse we'd have Euseless Bopp
russellm
29/10/2009 17:07:00
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You were doing well rug until your last five words ;-( As SAF has only a 10% share of the club now I think it's unlikely that he's going to plough money into the club guaranteed by himself. I think the owners (take your pick) are in the position now of thinking if I invest my money the other twerp is going to benefit in the long run. There must be a lot of negotiation going on behind the scenes to sort this out.
PFCblue
29/10/2009 17:23:00
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Mirror are claiming Reading are after Hart and I wouldn't blame him for leaving if it's true, he's had both hands and feet tied behind his back. I don't have a clue whats going on at the club but it needs sorting pdq. Paul Hart has done a superb job under the circumstances and given the tools he has at his disposal.
Steve C
29/10/2009 18:19:00
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Steve agreed, Paul Hart has performed wonders under the most severe restrictions, other managers would have walked, oh! I forgot one did. Peter Storrie has ruled throughout this whole debacle. He must GO. PFC. should use the excuse of the future improper charges to relieve him of his duties.
007
29/10/2009 18:38:00
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Oh god.
Lysimachus
29/10/2009 18:45:00
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if Paul hart wants to go to Reading, im happy to drive him there and hopefully by the time i get back Grant is in the seat, im happy to drive Paul to reading via wales to make sure Grant have to rush down stairs. Tactically inept and unable to see what is happening in a game but all of a sudden people love him because we beat Stoke's B team. Lest we forget all the lies he has told
russellm
29/10/2009 23:02:00
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Don't let Hart read out the map directions for you, russellm, he'll lose sight of the motorways once you're past Guildford.
Lysimachus
29/10/2009 23:06:00
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