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Harrys Long Term Hope

Harry said: 'I will be sitting down with the governors today to see if we can sort out something. I'm sure we can.'

'They're looking to do something long-term – they know it's a long-term job. I'm up for that.'

'They want to build a good team. I think the future for Portsmouth is very good.'

'The top four are ahead of everyone else, but we want to be on the next level. We want to stay out of the bottom group.'

Redknapp said: 'I would like Andres D'Alessandro, but it's not up to me. Peter Storrie, our chief executive, has been talking to his agent trying to work out a deal. We can only do our best, but I'm sure we will make our best offer.'

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Date:Monday May 8 2006

Time: 4:46PM

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Lets hope that our best offer is a big enough one to make them sell.
FEn_100
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08/05/2006 16:59:00

sell what
lmatthews
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08/05/2006 17:17:00

Sell d'allesandro. Its the name mentioned in your article above les. lol. Wakey wakey !!!
FEn_100
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08/05/2006 18:00:00

hes the best man to get you out of the mess you are in.
jono_forest
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08/05/2006 18:06:00

What mess...I would not be saying that if I followed Woest sorry Forest !!
pompeygray
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08/05/2006 23:50:00

Gray, jono is making very short comments that just about make sense, to knock up his points tally on the website. I think he's about 12 years old, so you have to pardon his knowledge of football and his spelling.
FEn_100
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09/05/2006 02:33:00

12 that old !!...Well I'm only 5 and a half !!...we are talking about decades aren't we !!
pompeygray
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10/05/2006 01:22:00

 

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