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Mbesuma Leaves On Loan


Mbesuma has joined Portuguese side CS Maritimo on loan.

Collins used to play for Roan United and Kaizer Chiefs. In the South African Premiership during the 2004/05 season he scored 35 goals which caught the attention of Alain Perrin.

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Date:Friday July 14 2006

Time: 9:47AM

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Lets hope he has a great season, scores loads of goals and gets ihimself in shape then maybe we could get a decent fee for him when he returns.
bluedr
You believe in miracles?
danonash
He will be sadly missed...what's Harry thinking of letting him go?? Pie stocks in Sweden are sure to dwindle.....chuckle
Tantona
Don't you think he'll be eating the pies in Portugal then tantona? (winky smily thing)
FEn_100
Sweden? Thought he was going to Portugal?
Noumea
Oops sory FEn, You beat me to it!
Noumea
I'm sure he will have a good season. He can't be that bad if he scored 35 goals for the kaiser chiefs a couple of years ago. He is just a fat waste of space compared to the rest of our players and i'm sure he will get himself into shape and maybe one day he can show us what he is capable of. But for now......... Good riddance ya fat ******** lol
POMPEYMEV
I'm surprised about lettimg him go to Portugal, I didn't realise we hated them that much after all the World Cup/Rooney nonsense.
storagematt
No no, his favourite pies are made in Sweden, he's having them shipped over to Portugal in bulk as he won't have the mighty Ginsters pastie at his beck and call ;) NB: My bad, for some reason I read Malmo.....
Tantona
You're all wrong, I'm making and supplying the pies for him! The money he pays me is keeping money on the electric key for me to be able to run the power to type this! I may have to take on an apprentice to meet his demands though, any chefs out there? Also, does anyone know the rate for international shipping to Portugal?
pompeyrug
He's not gone. This is all just paper talk that you interpret as fact. Official site still has him as a pompey player. Top journalism as always from you les
pastie
 

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