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Harry Speaks to 6ft 8 Zigic


So what did Harry think of Zigic?

So as Harry promised, he did go and see Milan's star kid Nikola Zigic.

But what did he think?

The Surb International apparently met with Harry before the wealer-dealer took to his seat, what did they talk about? Contract banter maybe?

As it was the giant Surb came on during the second half of the friendly international against Uraguay and gave himself a decent showing, causing trouble for the defence and coming back to defend when needed.

So could the 6ft 8' giant be our man to bang in 20 goals plus per season?

What do you think?

By Linoy (Harry?)

This would agree with the news Vital Pompey brought you, “ Milan had already agreed a fee with the club”, as Harry would not have been aloud to speak to the player otherwise. I’m speaking to my contact tomorrow regarding the stadium investigation so I will ask about Zigic then.




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Date:Sunday May 28 2006

Time: 8:48PM

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is it harry linvoy
lmatthews
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28/05/2006 22:20:00

6ft 8 jeeesus
green giant 12
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28/05/2006 22:58:00

This guy eats green giants for breakfast and he'll knock in a few goals aw well.
TeddyLyon
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28/05/2006 23:52:00

He seems as though he'd do a job for us but I'd prefer Baros, if the rumours are true. He's proven in the Prem and would almost guarantee a relegation spot for Villa, as he's their prized asset.
andypk
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29/05/2006 01:03:00

now hes a massive player he will be competing with crouch for length!
jono_forest
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29/05/2006 05:12:00

Seagull crap is quite long too, re: Peter Crouch. Mind you, name a soft Serb! Baros would prevail and as would Big Duncan Ferguson for three quid and six beers a week! (Love his work!)
Morsch is Hot!!
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29/05/2006 06:25:00

I guess his career stats look mighty impressive, the height would be advantageous to us up front like when we had Crouchie. Worth a go I guess.
pompeygray
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29/05/2006 07:47:00

You can take Milan Baros off your poll, he wouldnt want to join a small club now would he
groseyboy
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29/05/2006 12:18:00

no but he might want to join a big club such as us!
lmatthews
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29/05/2006 18:27:00

Baros ?????? lololololol. That bloke will be lucky to play 10 games next season. Why would we want a crock? Unless of course he comes with brown envelopes !! ;)
FEn_100
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29/05/2006 23:10:00

Below is an exert in relation to a Celtic player so there maybe no new signings for a while. Pompey chief executive Peter Storrie has played down reports that his club were attempting to broker a deal. He told The Herald: "We have not, nor are we about to, make bids for any players. "The manager and officials are still in discussions and we've not decided which players we will be looking to sign. We're still in that process.
TeddyLyon
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30/05/2006 04:07:00

That groseyboy is a absolute tit, I would bet every penny I have that Pompey finish above Villa next season.
Linvoy#1
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31/05/2006 12:01:00

blackburn sniffing around now, milan opened his gob to quick again!
paultsmouth
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02/06/2006 07:22:00

 

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