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Talking, Hobbling...Nothing At All

Talking, Hobbling...Nothing At All

As you are probably all aware it has been confirmed that Pompey are continuing talks with Sol Campbell, he has indeed undertaken a medical at Fratton Park.

Harry Redknapp confirmed that more talks had taken place today but denied that a deal had been finalised as some had suggested. Redknapp would again echo his sentiments on how highly he rated Campbell and how much he would like to acquire his services and hopes to sign him.

No further news however on the Lomana LuaLua injury though I`m afraid. The BBC say he could face a month out but no results on a possible scan have yet been revealed by the club itself.

The Juan Vargas deal is also yet to be completed as it had hoped it would be today. Hopefully there will be something more concrete on this and the rest of the above tomorrow?


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday August 7 2006
Time: 10:16PM

Comments

0
If Campbell is undergoing a medical surely that is a clear sign that he is about to sign, otherwise why bother.
pompeygray
07/08/2006 22:59:00
0
Lucky you!
sexyyid
07/08/2006 23:22:00
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great signing for you if everything goes through, he should pass the medical, 40k a week apparently
green giant 12
07/08/2006 23:31:00
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Cambells an absolute Judas who also has a screw lose fair play to pompey i have nohing against you lot just make sure all the exits are sealed when you go one nil down and its cambells fault or u might never see him again!
sexyyid
08/08/2006
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whilst it's always delightfull to have visitors on our site, particularly those who consider themselves sexy, and not without some concern for those whose giant bits have gone green, i would like to move off the subject of mad desciples who wish to join exit, i would like to note that original reports stated Vargas would go back to Argentina after his medical to tie up things with his family and would be flying back tuesday (tomorrow). His web site still says he plays for Portsmouth de Inglaterra and still says how great he is, so we should probably expect something from the true messiah tomorrow evening or wednesday morning.
russellm
08/08/2006 00:27:00
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russellm, we are green with envy over the Sol deal, if Portsmouth can pull this off it will be the the linchpin to attract more major names. If you still need the renovations done on the cheap my uncle is still available.
GreenGiant13
08/08/2006 03:30:00
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Shrek and Co...good offer greengiant. We may need some help the way our plans are going.
pompeygray
08/08/2006 03:48:00
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So let's hope Man City don't scupper the Sol deal as the defence looks so much stronger with Sol's name pencilled in !
StuartM
08/08/2006 07:45:00
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You'd think that a medical would be a clear sign a player would sign but it doesn't always work that way does it? So I thought it best not to say he would if their was a chance he might not, maybe it could be the case here now with City sniffing around...
pompeyrug
08/08/2006 08:43:00
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those northern monkeys trying to steal OUR sol in exchange for distin.... great work lol. im still holding a small amount of optimism (hang on that cant be a character trait for me can it...) that we can sign Sol in the next few days. wage cut to 40k a week is quite good for us, city probably only have to offer a bigger wage packet and were screwed though!
pompey pessimist
08/08/2006 10:31:00
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