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Priske Released

Priske Released


Brian Priske has told TV2 of his disappointment after being told he can leave Portsmouth.

Alain Perrin brought the player to the club and Harry Redknapp (who played Priske towards the end) has decided he has better options.

Priske said, ''I would have liked to have known before we went on vacation,'' he told TV2.'

'Then I could have started looking already. Now it is only 14 days left until the season starts.'

Richard Duffy and hopefully Glen Johnson will become the favoured two right-backs next year.


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Date:Tuesday June 27 2006
Time: 4:19PM

Comments

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well, glen johnson? should have that quote for you tonight!
lmatthews
27/06/2006 16:20:00
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******* terrible time to be told. If it was the case, he should have been told at the end of the season.
FEn_100
27/06/2006 16:28:00
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yer but they may have been waiting on johnson ageeing to sign
lmatthews
27/06/2006 16:33:00
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Still not right though is it? Doesn't help us sign players when we are known to treat players like that.
FEn_100
27/06/2006 16:39:00
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no true
lmatthews
27/06/2006 16:44:00
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Don't forget Noe Pamarot he's a right back by trade
Linvoy#1
27/06/2006 18:12:00
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Pi$$ poor treatment by Pompey! We need to release that to$$er Jackastorrie not players that gave there all to the cause, what has he done? Once again Mickey mouse Pompey, mickey fing mouse!
danonash
27/06/2006 18:29:00
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Another self-inflicted wound if all is true. I doubt he is a big earner & is a value to the squad. He did his bit & stuck with us. Shameful treatment.
storagematt
27/06/2006 19:59:00
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This player gave 100% to Pompey's cause in staying up. He a better all round player than Griffin. Duffy has no Premiership experience. So unless the Pompey board of Directors have something up there sleave like Glen Johnson we have taken a backward step defensivly We have treated this Danish International appauling. Good luck Brian thanks for all your effort last season.
nelson
27/06/2006 20:01:00
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Another fabulous piece of work by the Pompey management team, congratulations now every fringe player at the club will be looking over their shoulder to see if they are next, looking at/for offers which offer better safety etc. Incredible.
Hoddlesleftnut
28/06/2006 00:18:00
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