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Pompey Win As Lua Stays

Not only is lua staying click here, but Portsmouth beat Yeovil 2-0. Goals by Richard Hughes and Mornar!




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Date:Friday July 21 2006

Time: 10:44PM

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Great stuff. Glad there's good news for you!!!!! Hughsie scored too. Excellent! Just don't beat us next week please :D
cherry_brandy
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21/07/2006 22:47:00

got to keep the run going mate
lmatthews
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21/07/2006 22:50:00

We are on a mission know steam rolling everyone in our path, even our neighbouring friends... We'll be gentle though!
pompeyrug
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21/07/2006 23:34:00

Pompey fans love Lua Lua but would love him even more if he passed the ball more to other team mates to score. We all know he can showboat and do tricks with the ball, he doesn't have to prove that to us. If he wants to be greedy and demand more money by wanting to leave then the club should cash in. Put the money towards a player that will score and pass and be part of the team.
nelson
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22/07/2006 09:07:00

Benjani but he doesn't score
lmatthews
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22/07/2006 10:21:00

Benjani will score goals this season I have faith... I'll go for 10-15 goals minimum, not a mighty return but with a prolific man with him it'll be more than enough
pompeyrug
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22/07/2006 10:34:00

gd result but its nowhere near wat are first team should be.
sambache3592
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22/07/2006 11:06:00

The fact that Hughsie and Mornar scored the goals seems to back that up!
Tantona
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22/07/2006 11:46:00

We may have to get used to a lot of changes, as long as those coming in are better than those going out, then we will be ok. Sadly tha,s not always been the case. Look at this time last season!
storagematt
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22/07/2006 22:01:00

Hey, we couldn't possibly be insinuating that we need to sign better than Karadas!
Tantona
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22/07/2006 22:19:00

We have a manager back that knows a bit about the transfer market doesn't he, so all the dead wood has gone, and only fresh, ready to grow upwards talent will come in!
pompeyrug
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23/07/2006 01:08:00

We really can't forget Lua Lua's contribution to murdering the scum already can we ?
pompeygray
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24/07/2006 00:15:00

 

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