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'Fernandes Staying Here'

'Fernandes Staying Here'

Peter Storrie has reassured Pompey fans that Manuel Fernandes will sign for the club permanently and not Man United or any other club.

Storrie said:

'The option of signing Manuel is with us.
'No club can come in and take him. If he is fully fit and playing regular Premier League football, he will sign for us. He will not come to the club until we are certain he is 100 per cent fit. First of all, he's got to be fit to play 90 minutes of Premier League football. We hope that can be in the next couple of weeks.

'Then we will want to make sure, by seeing him play in a few more Premier League games. We've got to be certain he's 100 per-cent right before we make a commitment. We're not judging his abilty. It's purely on medical grounds.

'But if he satisfies those criteria, we would be absolute idiots not to sign him. He's young and exciting. He has the potential to be one of the best players around. He's one of the best talents to come out of Portugal.'

'He's had a serious problem with his groin. It was a nasty scar-tissue injury. Our medical team have been absoutely brilliant nursing him back to fitness - the signs are good. Manuel has been superb. He's been patient.

'He knows his own body. He's being sensible, and so are we. We hope and pray his groin will be okay.'

Fernandes played 90 minutes against Mansfield but only fifteen against Bolton. He likely to start against West Ham and should sign for Pompey before January.

This article was wrote on Thursday while the network was down, apologies if this is old news to you

Writer:
Date:Monday October 16 2006
Time: 3:00PM

Comments

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He is a good player and this is good news for the fans and the club.
jono_forest
16/10/2006 20:08:00
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he will be good
lmatthews
16/10/2006 22:38:00
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Lets hope Ps is right on this one. PS. Sod off jono.
storagematt
16/10/2006 22:48:00
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yep he is good, althoyugh im wasnt worried until jacka storrie said he cant go anywhere else, he said the same about the Yak, D'Allesandro etc etc.
russellm
17/10/2006 07:57:00
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Be fair strragematt, jono just wants to be asscociated with a club on the up
russellm
17/10/2006 07:58:00
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be fair jono just wants to get the same message out to every club lol ... seriously though this will be good that he is reaching full fitness , you guys looking forward to having him back for 90 minutes again ?
dazednconfuzed
17/10/2006 08:05:00
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Freedom of speech storagematt! I'm not sure we'll lose jono until he is top of the vital members league table for a month... jono means no harm so let 'em speak, just ignore it if you don't like it...
pompeyrug
17/10/2006 21:16:00
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You do worry that Fernandes will move on, the kind of talk turns his head so United should be keeping this to themselves, not unsettling people, that said we've been guilt of this in the past...
pompeyrug
17/10/2006 21:16:00
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