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Milan To Stay At Pompey

Milan has denied reports he is set to take charge at Leicester and has claimed he will be at Portsmouth for the 'foreseeable future.'

'There is no truth in the story at this time. Of course I respect Leicester City Football Club and their position, but I am still chairman of Portsmouth and, while I am chairman, you have got to be faithful to them,' Mandaric told the Leicester Mercury.

'It would not be right if I said anything more. I respect Leicester City but I am the chairman of Portsmouth and I cannot say anything while that is the case.

'I will be at Portsmouth for the foreseeable future. If there is a time for me to move on, I always said I'm not going to go away from football.'

Korroman has joined on loan for a season with atleast three more signings expected before the deadline closes.




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Date:Tuesday August 22 2006

Time: 4:17PM

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After scum, the last place I want MM to be is Leicester. Midland scum.
storagematt
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22/08/2006 19:49:00

he won't go to them
lmatthews
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22/08/2006 22:18:00

He is to good for Leicester
nelson
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22/08/2006 22:38:00

How could he 'marry' anyone after being in bed with Pompey !!
pompeygray
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23/08/2006 01:01:00

That is really good news. Sacha wants his advise, and he has got what he wants!
Westov
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23/08/2006 08:16:00

Milan knows it would be better to stay at Fratton, he'd be gutted not to be a part of things when they finally happen...
pompeyrug
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23/08/2006 09:57:00

 

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