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Lampitt assures us Lawrence is staying

Lampitt assures us Lawrence is staying

I guess a lot of us have seen, or at least heard, the 'rumours' about an interest in Liam Lawrence from West Brom, right?

If not, where have you been for starters, but it 'said' that they are looking in muscle in when January comes round because his move to Pompey is technically only a loan at the moment...

I would also guess that we are mostly all equally aware that David Lampitt has said, as he has told The News, that he is under no doubt that the Irish international is coming to Fratton permanently and has 'reassured' us that this will happen: 'Liam will be signing for us in January permanently, I can reassure the fans of that.

'He's our player, he's been first class - and long may that continue.'

Yep, Lawrence has been 'first class' since his arrival and I also agree long may this continue and I am sure it will, fingers crossed...

When all is said and done, assuming we really do have a deal in place with Stoke - which we do - then there should be no problem at all and unless it was a ridiculously high offer he, and most others that we have, will NOT go anywhere in the New Year!

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  • Writer:pompeyrug
    Date:Wednesday October 13 2010
    Time: 10:20PM

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    The contract between LL and club is signed and pre dated. Good news also that LL is buying a house
    russellm
    13/10/2010 23:15:00
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    The contract between LL and club is signed and pre dated. Good news also that LL is buying a house locally
    russellm
    13/10/2010 23:15:00
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    It's amazing how a 'one line made up story' in a tabloid newspaper has created so much hysteria! PUP
    NorfolknBlue
    14/10/2010 09:30:00
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    PS. Anyone seen the story about us signing ......... . . . . . .
    NorfolknBlue
    14/10/2010 09:32:00
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    to be fair Norfolk given the goings on of the past couple of years in many ways is it any wonder that people do get alittle edgy when talks of players going, even if the club say they will not, surface...
    as it is, and i seriously hope that this REALLY is the case now, the impression being given by lanmpitt is that things really are changing at the club so if we are told things from now on more often than not we would hope it true.
    pompeyrug
    14/10/2010 10:19:00
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    I hope he does have a pre- dated contract signed, cos other than that, how does Lampitt know if LL will stay? three months is a very long time in Football, I've decided.
    Gandor1
    14/10/2010 11:46:00
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    I've got no reason at all to not completely trust everything David Lampitt tells us - lets hope it stays that way.
    tracyc
    14/10/2010 18:42:00
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    either a great asset or a good profit... one way or the other a great deal of benefit to Pompey!
    jim4pompey
    15/10/2010 15:50:00
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