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Your Milan Tribute

Your Milan Tribute

Your Milan Tribute

Dear Reader,

On Monday the 25th of September, Milan Mandaric will leave Portsmouth Football Club. Milan has done so much for our club and if he hadn`t saved us all those years ago, who knows you might be supporting Southampton now!!!

Monday will see Vital Pompey pay tribute to the man, with an article every hour of the day. We currently have eight and we`re asking you to write your articles about Milan Mandaric.

Writing your tribute article will only take you ten minutes, which is tiny amount of time compared to amount of time Milan has put into our club.

Write your articles in a word document and attach them to an email, send it vitalpompey@hotmail.co.uk BEFORE Monday.

Thanks,

Paul Fisher


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Date:Saturday September 23 2006
Time: 8:54AM

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Good idea Paul, let's hope you get the articles you need. Come on people you know you want to get your tributes in, so if you haven't already e-mailed Paul with a story and want to do it on Sunday...
pompeyrug
23/09/2006 23:02:00
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Should be some interesting reads. We owe him so much.
storagematt
24/09/2006 20:00:00
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we do
lmatthews
24/09/2006 23:00:00
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There will be interesting reads...I hope you'll agree...
pompeyrug
24/09/2006 23:45:00
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