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Bid for James Accepted

Bid for James Accepted

As the search for new players continues the club are now looking to secure the services of Manchester City`s David James. The Official Manchester City website confirms a Pompey bid has been placed, and accepted for the England International Goalkeeper who will now hold talks with the club over personal terms.

The 36-year-old 'keeper is keen on a move to be closer to his other half who currently lives in the South, so a move to Pompey and the South Coast could suit him fine.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Friday August 11 2006
Time: 12:58AM

Comments

0
I think David James is a better goalkeeper than our young Nick Jordan !
StuartM
11/08/2006 01:42:00
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Good Save Our Gracious Me, Long Live our Noble Team, Good Save Oh Me. Send us Victorious, Happy and Glorious. Long to Reign in the Prem, Good Save our team.....
pompeygray
11/08/2006 04:04:00
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You will need God to save you now!! What with calamity James and 'I've got a screw loose Campbell in the same side, you are all dooooomed !!!!!!!!!! Coys
sidyid
11/08/2006 05:56:00
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These guys have recently played for England - no amount of put downs can stand in the way of their quality !
StuartM
11/08/2006 08:36:00
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amazing how bitter the yids are, oooh mate whats that your team are eating ? looks like a dodgy bit of champions league humble pie
russellm
11/08/2006 09:06:00
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Touche StuartM!!!
pompeyrug
11/08/2006 09:07:00
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James does get some stick doesn't he, some he more than deserves but IMHO I don't think he has been that bad really the past few years. Everyone makes mistakes, but I still feel he makes less than some, and maybe no more than some other "top" 'keepers. His moments of brilliance far out way his moments of lunacy...
pompeyrug
11/08/2006 09:10:00
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I didnt want James to come but have two questions.....#1 pompeyrug what does IMHO stand for?........#2 unlike Deano last night can he kick out to a player in his own team ?
russellm
11/08/2006 09:26:00
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IMHO i believe is In My Humble Opinion. IMHO what do we need Calamity for, true Ashdown is injured but he would be my first choice. I see him moving further down the pecking order now and that means he's gonna start asking for a move. We'd have been better signing a young up and coming keeper to provide cover.
Steve C
11/08/2006 09:34:00
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Well at the end of the day we need another keeper right now, so James is not a bad idea, still think a Carson/Dudek load would have been the answer, then we would stand less chance of *****ing Ashdown off! wasnt keen on Nick Jordan last night, but still he looked real young. has Davis really lost weight?
CharlieChimes
11/08/2006 09:46:00
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