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Roudalph Douala Returns

Roudalph Douala will be back training Monday after recovering from a Hamstring injury that`s delayed his debut. The club physio said;

"He`s done everything now- sprinting, twisting, turning and some ball work. He`ll be due for training Monday."

Sol Campbell has been suffering from a sore Achilles but will be available for Pompey`s next match at West Ham. David Thompson has a swollen knee and is doing light work but will also be available for Pompey`s next match.

Fernandes is now fit and just requires some match fitness. He is likely to be on the bench against West Ham.




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Date:Thursday October 5 2006

Time: 6:41PM

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So he can take the place of Lua on the bench.
storagematt
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05/10/2006 18:52:00

haha yer maybe
lmatthews
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05/10/2006 18:59:00

He might ot be any good yet!!!!!!!! Altough If Lua Lua has been arested, you will need SOMEONE on the bench in his place.
The Cottager
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05/10/2006 19:11:00

yer he may become a good player for us, don't forget he can play upfront
lmatthews
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05/10/2006 19:17:00

I have only heard good reports about this fella. If he can pass a ball to a team mate then he is already a better player than Lua Lua.
nelson
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05/10/2006 20:15:00

lol harsh
lmatthews
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05/10/2006 20:16:00

No TRUE, Lua Lua is very frustrating. The guy who sits directly behind me in the South Stand is always yelling out to him to pass the ball and that is even more frustrating.
nelson
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05/10/2006 20:54:00

although when he scored against Charlton we were all glad to have him back
russellm
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05/10/2006 21:09:00

you must sit behind me nelson!
paultsmouth
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05/10/2006 21:41:00

 

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