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Ultimate Vital Pompey Competition - Update

Ultimate Vital Pompey Competition - Update

Remember you are being offered the chance to win a FREE ticket for the game on Saturday, with the added perks of being able to go into the Victory Lounge for champers and a meal prior to the game.

Questions no.1, 2, 3 and 4 were posted in the forum on Monday so keep those eyes peeled for more today - in actual fact no.5 'should' already be waiting for you!

As the old cliché goes 'you've got to be in it to win it', so make sure you are...

Below is a reminder of the competition, what it is, and what you have to do to enter and maybe win?


Thanks to Gandor Vital Pompey is offering you the chance to go to the Birmingham game at the weekend, and go in style...

Would you like to attend the game using a Victory Lounge ticket?

Well, as her husband cannot make it you are offered the chance to do this by attending with her!

For those of you that do not know Gandor she is a fantastic lady, a genuinely lovely lady, who is a pleasure to spend time with as she is friendly and welcoming to all - fellas your wives or girlfriends need not get jealous though as other than her husband Geoffrey the only other man she has eyes for is clearly me. Ladies, she will treat you no differently to anyone else - with respect to the ladies out there, some can be 'funny' to other ladies, but not our Gandor!

The ticket includes:

Champagne on arrival
Roast lunch
A programme
Players list
Seat on the Fratton End penalty line

This cannot be bad, FOR NOTHING no less, can it!

How to enter

To stand your chance of winning this ticket, and the VIP experience - which is different, all you have to do is keep a look out for 10, totally at random questions ALL Pompey related, that will be posted in the forum by Chix this week between now and Thursday at 12 noon.

How to win

The Vital Pompey member that can correctly answer the most questions will win - you answer by sending Chix a private message in the forum...

If more than one member has the correct amount of right answers then a tie break will decide the winner, who will be announced on Thursday afternoon/evening.

Should this tie break be required then to decide the winner the member with the most points in the members league up to that point, the Thursday 12 noon cut off, will win - this is the quickest and easiest way, some might not say fairest but we WILL be working to a time constraint so will need to move quickly.

KEEP YOUR EYES on the forum over the next few days to stand a chance of winning, all you need to do is make sure that you can get to Fratton Park for this, remember you need to arrive around lunchtime I think, oh and wear smart closing - no jeans, no trainers.

I have to be honest this is not the way I would regularly like to attend football, but I have done this - with the added extra of a tour of the ground - and it is a good experience, one that is worth doing, even more so for free, so make sure you enter to have a chance!

Good luck.


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Date:Tuesday January 12 2010
Time: 8:00AM


The prize is still up for grabs.. Nobody has answered every question correct yet .. Check out the forum for questions 1 to 5 and your chance to win this unique prize.
12/01/2010 08:57:00
Some proper tough questions there Chix! You say 'simples' me thinks not.
12/01/2010 12:26:00
No1 was easy... No2 was easy to find out .. No3 was a little harder but not that bad really.. No4 Ok perhaps that was hard... No5 my 5 year old set .. I did say not to expect to answer them ... If you are confident of getting 2 or 3 right after the 5 questions set .. You are in with a chance..
12/01/2010 12:41:00
Another great competition Chix. I'd love to enter it but there's no way I'd make it over if I managed to win it. I have a feeling I'm gonna end up submitting an entry just for fun though, see how I would have done.
12/01/2010 14:07:00
chix - I love the questions - although question 3 is a bit... well, it leaves a lot of options. I mean - Sulley muntari is the only african, the only player to play in italy, and the only player to play for his national team. And I could find just as many "unique" things about all the players that would make them the odd one out. I'm guessing i have the one you're thinking of (not mentioned there)... but how do we know?
12/01/2010 15:46:00
Got to be worth a shot - if I knew anything about Pompey I would have a go! Played for Birmingham too eh ...........
12/01/2010 16:18:00
Carpet.. PM me and I'll tell ya .. but the answer is POMPEY related so none of the answers you mention actually fit .. also I think you'll find Richard Hughes played for his country ...
12/01/2010 19:29:00
Frippy .. you are more than welcome to enter for fun... Should you win you could always nominate another member of Vital Pompey to attend in your place ..
12/01/2010 19:30:00
Question No7 now up in the forum
12/01/2010 19:30:00
you're right about hughes, I kind of meant in a major competition, and I knind of forgot hughes had played for scotland... :-)
12/01/2010 23:24:00
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