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David James up for the Cup

David James up for the Cup

Portsmouth and E.On goalkeeper David James says he's eyeing up another FA Cup run this year. The 39-year old won the competition with Pompey in 2008, and is looking to a lucky omen to help him through!

2008 saw David James first involvment with official FA Cup sponsors E.On, where he was involved with the Carbon Footy Print campaign - and he's lending his support again to the energy suppliers this time around.

2010 sees David backing E.On's Great Saves campaign, where fans share their tips on how to save energy with each other. Those deemed to have come up with the most unique and inventive ways of cutting back on their energy usage could win tickets for the FA Cup final as well as get their hands on the famous trophy.

For more information visit the E.On Great Saves Campaign website.

To listen to the interview, CLICK HERE



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Lee
Date:Tuesday January 5 2010
Time: 12:40PM

Comments

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But this won't be with Pompey, right?
bluedr
05/01/2010 12:53:00
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rumours (from ESPN) are that it will be... as no-one wants to pay his wages!
pompeycarpet
05/01/2010 13:38:00
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Pompey don't seem to want to play anyone's wages!!
eastneydave
05/01/2010 14:33:00
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Funny that spurs back off and he's up for it. Might change his mind having not got his £160k this month!
russellm
05/01/2010 19:12:00
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I don't get the current vote; I thought Ohara's last loan contract game is Fulham.
russellm
05/01/2010 19:14:00
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Sorry, some words seem to be missing from the TITLE. Should read "David James up FOR SALE TO PAY for the cup"
BarneyArmy
05/01/2010 20:16:00
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