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Pedro Mendes Signs Four Year Deal

Pedro Mendes has put pen to paper on a four year contract, saying that Portsmouth is the place to be at the moment!

Pedro Mendes will now remain at Portsmouth until 2010. The player scored a couple of rockets last year and became a fans favourite, helping pompey avoid relegation.

He said," It is exciting for me to cement my future here at Portsmouth. Last year was a special season for me and i am glad that, as a newcomer to Pompey, I managed to hit the ground running. However, this is only the begining. Anyone who is at Pompey these days knows that great things are happening and that this is the place to be. It is a delight, a challenge and a responsibility to be part of the building block of this new era at the club and i am looking forward to the new season."

Pedro joins a number of players who have signed new contracts with the club.




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Date:Monday July 31 2006

Time: 4:42PM

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Quality palyer Les, this is GOOD news
russellm
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31/07/2006 16:52:00

qualtiy, but the picture should be him in a pompey shirt!
pompeyboyz90
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31/07/2006 16:52:00

that would be quality player of course, still Good news the same
russellm
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31/07/2006 16:55:00

pictures not been updated yet mate, the only one of him i had
lmatthews
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31/07/2006 16:55:00

Mendes is class. This new contract is just as important as Taylor & O'Neils!
robroy
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31/07/2006 18:36:00

yer not lua?
lmatthews
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31/07/2006 20:24:00

lua is great, but not quite as important is the other 3 IMO
robroy
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31/07/2006 23:15:00

He will long be remembered for kick starting our survival with that last gasp goal against City. Glad we still have him, now we need some icing on that Pompey cake.
pompeygray
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01/08/2006 01:38:00

 

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