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Toddy has tried to persuade Petrov to join the club.

Talking to The News Toddy said : 'He's a good friend of mine. I've known him for about 12 years. We played in the national youth side together, then the under 21's

'Now we are team mates in the Bulgaria squad. I speak to him quite often. He's a nice guy.

'It would be a great signing for us. I've told him all about Portsmouth and said it would be a good club to come to.

'He's a creator, and scores goals. But he's not just a playmaker. His game is not just about going forward, he can defend as well. He's strong and gets all over the pitch from central midfield.'

Harry Redknapp said, 'I'm very interested. And now Jiri Jarosik has gone from Chelsea to Celtic they might be looking to shift Petrov.'




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Date:Tuesday July 4 2006

Time: 12:52PM

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It would be good both Toddy and Petrov.
Terence
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04/07/2006 13:25:00

Good on toddy. But i think that Petrov already wants to come and its the ginger scummer that needs convincing.
FEn_100
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04/07/2006 14:46:00

The Petrov saga seems to be dragging on a bit, hopefully he will eventually sign as he has a lot to offer the team as a whole.
Tantona
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04/07/2006 15:44:00

Good news, hopefully with a bit of persuation he will join us, well done Toddy!
sambache3592
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04/07/2006 17:22:00

Toddy is just 100% Pompey if the article is true
nelson
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04/07/2006 18:53:00

It can't hurt our cause but scummer Gordon will no doubt do as much as he can to stop him coming here.
storagematt
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04/07/2006 19:55:00

Good for Toddy, do a bit for the club before we sell him to Stoke lol
blueknight
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05/07/2006 00:50:00

All seems to have gone quiet north of the border since Petrov was going to have a little chat with old golden balls. Having a mate at a new club is all the rage so certainly cannot hurt. Hope he signs.
TeddyLyon
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05/07/2006 01:07:00

Yeah tell Strachan to shove it, petulant red headed scummer. He doesn't like Pompey and we don't like him. Petrov, listen to Toddy. Pompey are in the PREMIER League not the Muppet version.
pompeygray
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05/07/2006 01:16:00

 

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