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Pompey Fans Are 'Disgusted!'

Pompey Fans Are 'Disgusted!'


Pompey fans on "Vital Portsmouth" have shown their disgust at the way Brian Priske has been treated. The Danish right-back gave his all for Portsmouth in the run in of our survival campaign and I for one am disappointed.

"For such a dedicated player to be released with little time to find a new club is a disgrace." (Les Matthews)

"******* terrible time to be told. If it was the case, he should have been told at the end of the season." (FEn_100)

"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." (danonash)

"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)

"Doesn't help us sign players when we are known to treat players like that." (Fen_100)

"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 sleeves like Glen Johnson we have taken a backward step defensively We have treated this Danish International appalling. Good luck Brian thanks for all your effort last season." (Nelson)

"If we now can`t sign Johnson we may be regretting this!" (les matthews)

"If Priske wasn't required for the forthcoming season then the board should be telling the player a lot earlier than they have. Very unprofessional." (Nelson)


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Date:Tuesday June 27 2006
Time: 9:37PM

Comments

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Now & again we let ourselves down. We should be bigger than this.
storagematt
27/06/2006 22:28:00
0
Nice touch Pompey fans. Rare that you hear fans care for a player who has been dumped by their club.
TOPHOTSPUR
27/06/2006 23:46:00
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Don't know what is happening down on the South Coast, there was a feeling of one big happy family, a place where a young player could come and sit on Uncle Harry's knee and get some advice. Now you have got Harry running round shouting his mouth off telling other managers what they should do with their players and then he goes and schitts all over a loyal servant. One of the main attractions Pompey had was the warm and fuzzy feel to it now it resembles a poorly run knock shop.
TeddyLyon
28/06/2006 00:01:00
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This is complete and utter bull$HIT. What did he do to deserve this? Ahh, put his head down, kept his mouth shut, worked hard and put in some solid performances at the end of the season, silly boy.
GreenGiant13
28/06/2006 00:22:00
0
Yeah well done Pompey, pulled out another blinder there again. Who's next Gary O'neil, Mendes? because it would make good business. Then we could go and buy duffers like Faye back and some 35 year old from division 2 for his 'experience'. The one who should be released right now is that T*$t Storrie.
blarmy
28/06/2006 07:10:00
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Storrie, the negotiator. Never gonna get a job with the UN is he! The transfer saga is shambles
bluedr
28/06/2006 08:05:00
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Must say I feel for poor old Priske. He was the one good signing Perrin made. He always gave it his all and in my opinion the best right back at the club. Dreadful way to be treated and I hope it all works out for him in the end. Thanks for your hard work Mr Priske. Shame on you Pompey
thegavsters
28/06/2006 09:27:00
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Dont believe all you read. It now appears that Priske ALREADY has a place lined up with another club, and has already been in talks. If so, and if he has only just found out, how come he already has a team to move to???? Also, Milan has reportedly sent a reminder to Priske that he IS STILL a pompey player, so needs to discuss his future plans with pompey first. All of a sudden doesnt this story seem to have truned 180 degrees with Priske being the one wanting to move on?
Knobber
28/06/2006 12:22:00
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and you got this from where????
lmatthews
28/06/2006 20:06:00
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I'd be interested to hear where you heard this knobber.
FEn_100
29/06/2006 00:46:00
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