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Peter Storrie Chats to Vital Pompey

Peter Storrie Chats to Vital Pompey


Vital Pompey spoke exclusively to Peter Storrie about the rumoured “big name club” playing at Pompey pre-season.

Vital Pompey asked, “Will we see a big named club playing Portsmouth pre-season at Fratton Park?

Peter Storrie- “Not this pre-season as we have seeded the pitch rather than slabing.”

Vital Pompey, “What is the advantage of doing this?”

Peter Storrie- “The seeding process takes longer to knit it but is much stronger for the whole season.”

Vital Pompey, “This will come as disappointing news to Pompey fans as we have become accustomed to a big game before the season had begun. Is anything else being done instead?

Peter Storrie- “Yes, we are waiting for confirmation on a tournament abroad at this moment.”


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Date:Saturday May 27 2006
Time: 12:41AM

Comments

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Thats sounds exciting, fancy a trip abroad to watch pompey
danonash
27/05/2006 01:26:00
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Thats sounds exciting, fancy a trip abroad to watch pompey
danonash
27/05/2006 01:26:00
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Abroad will do me. And i 4-1 am not the least bit disappointed at not playing a big team. It's usually the last game before the season starts, it's not competitive cos no one wants to get injured and last but not least..... we usually lose.
FEn_100
27/05/2006 03:48:00
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Abroad will do me. And i 4-1 am not the least bit disappointed at not playing a big team. It's usually the last game before the season starts, it's not competitive cos no one wants to get injured and last but not least..... we usually lose.
FEn_100
27/05/2006 03:48:00
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A Broad would do me too...a big busty blonde one. On the serious note Pompey could play the Greek National team or for that matter any other Nation not taking part in FIFA 2006 in Krautland.
pompeygray
27/05/2006 04:24:00
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A Broad would do me too...a big busty blonde one. On the serious note Pompey could play the Greek National team or for that matter any other Nation not taking part in FIFA 2006 in Krautland.
pompeygray
27/05/2006 04:24:00
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Highland Colts and Jubille 77 in a 'round-robin'. I will believe it all when I see it...ie ground, players and seeded pitch!!!! Did Vital Pompey notice Peter 'Tell Us A' Story's nose growing during interview? How about an interview with the catering company to see if they can supply enough hot water for more than 25 cups of tea at half time (south stand D)? Or interview a plumbing company to see if the troughs can be unblocked in toilets (same section). Seriously, we are all being strung along again to boost season ticket sales, one false promise too many for me is an exciting European tournament!!!
blindle
27/05/2006 07:54:00
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Highland Colts and Jubille 77 in a 'round-robin'. I will believe it all when I see it...ie ground, players and seeded pitch!!!! Did Vital Pompey notice Peter 'Tell Us A' Story's nose growing during interview? How about an interview with the catering company to see if they can supply enough hot water for more than 25 cups of tea at half time (south stand D)? Or interview a plumbing company to see if the troughs can be unblocked in toilets (same section). Seriously, we are all being strung along again to boost season ticket sales, one false promise too many for me is an exciting European tournament!!!
blindle
27/05/2006 07:54:00
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You'll have some nice grass as well, play the Greeks, they just lost to Australia, so they are ripe for a flogging. I have just interviewed a tree next door, says its growing leaves.
TeddyLyon
27/05/2006 09:36:00
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You'll have some nice grass as well, play the Greeks, they just lost to Australia, so they are ripe for a flogging. I have just interviewed a tree next door, says its growing leaves.
TeddyLyon
27/05/2006 09:36:00
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