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What does the future hold for...Hreidarsson?

What does the future hold for...Hreidarsson?

There can be few clubs with such a history of squad rotation as Pompey.

This summer, as with the past 2-3, I would suspect that 'most' will be wondering where their future lies.

Although unlike some other years some players under contract at least 'should' have a better chance of remaining where they are, as long as this is what they want!

If this is what they want, and it is a financially viable option for us, lets hope this is what they get...

#6 The Herminator

I thought he was washed up, and his early performances after injury did little to convince me otherwise.

Although to be fair after such an injury, at such an age, could we really expect anything other?

He has an infectious personality, and must be a fantastic dressing room influence, with the quality and experience he has he is a valuable asset to have around.

With his contract up this summer my initial instincts were that he would leave but given the level of performance - on the whole even if he was tailed off a bit recently - shown since he returned regularly I have had a change of heart.

The Herminator will need to take a pay cut but I reckon he will accept this so his future, for another year at least, will be at Fratton...

#1 Jamie Ashdown - here.
#2 Greg Halford - here.
#3 Carl Dickinson - here.
#4 Aaron Mokoena - here.
#5 Ritchie de Laet - here.

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  • Writer:pompeyrug
    Date:Thursday April 14 2011
    Time: 12:00PM

    Comments

    0
    Herman is a must in my book, and that's not just driven by sentimentality.... I too thought he was washed up early on in his comeback but he certainly ain't. A great asset to PFC who I want to see around next season.
    cornypomp
    14/04/2011 12:28:00
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    For me he should get a new 1 year deal with a coaching role aswell he is someone we should be looking to keep at the club :)
    Jc91
    14/04/2011 13:43:00
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    I'd like to see him stay. I guess it's down to what money he is on under 10k then 2 years with a movement into coaching towards the end of the 2nd
    MickTait
    14/04/2011 16:10:00
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    We all rave on about the Defence being better since Rocha came back. I think Herman has made a difference as well - possibly not as much.
    Gandor1
    14/04/2011 18:54:00
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    I agree Gandor, he's a organiser and talker. I would like to see him get a 1 year deal and a coaching role but Herman has a personality and Cot doesn't have the ability to manage such people so I fear Cot will take the opportunity to let him go.
    Russellm
    14/04/2011 20:11:00
    0
    Herman is a great man to have around. I would love to see him stay here next year.
    Pompey Malta
    15/04/2011 10:28:00
    0
    Dickinson has to go back, if we can get a fee for Mokoena then let him go, Herman must be good for another 12 months. Halford would be a great signing. de Laet should have ambitions greater than playing for us I'm afraid. Well Cot got some half decent loanees in this season(Ok & some Turkeys) so hope he gets the chance to do it again.
    Ihatemidweektvgames
    15/04/2011 13:46:00
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    he will need to take a pay cut, maybe a substantial one, but i suspect he will and 'think' we will see him back again next season.
    pompeyrug
    15/04/2011 16:27:00
    0
    Herman should have the captaincy at the mo, surely he's not on that much money probaly 10k possibly to much if he's to play a bit part role next season,I think he would make a good manager one day.
    Jc91
    15/04/2011 19:46:00
    0
    Not knowing what he earns, its hard to know what he would accept for another year, but sure their would be an offer.
    pompeyyong
    16/04/2011 08:48:00
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