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Does Lua Have Pompey Future?

Does Lua Have Pompey Future?

Lomana Tresor Lua Lua, has got himself in a spot of bother again. He was arrested last night in the early hours of the morning, after a domestic incident.

Police spokeswoman said:

'A 26-year-old man from Portsmouth has been arrested following an incident in the early hours of this morning. A man was arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm. He is currently helping police with their inquiries.'

Lua Lua has been badly affected by the death of his son, I think that`s obvious… but what does the future hold for the Portsmouth striker? Not many people realise this but Lua should be available to face Middlesborough next week.

On his day, he can change a game for you in a matter of minutes. I would be very disappointed to see him leave but I don`t know the frame of mind he`s in.

Maybe a loan this January? But regardless of his Portsmouth future, he has my full support in getting his life back on track!

What do you think the future holds for Lua Lua?


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Date:Friday January 19 2007
Time: 7:23PM

Comments

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Maybe he'll simply just stay? He's our youngest striker for goodness sake.
Lysimachus
19/01/2007 19:35:00
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maybe.. whats up with you tonight lol
VitalPompeyAdmin
19/01/2007 19:48:00
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i hope he stays but i think he will leave at the end of the year
lmatthews
19/01/2007 19:51:00
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VitalPompeyAdmin
19/01/2007 19:56:00
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Well we've done pretty well without him. I appreciate he was superb for us but in naff to average Pompey teams. Will always remember the way he destroyed Scum & the goals, but we have moved on & maybe have left LL behind.
storagematt
19/01/2007 19:59:00
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that a good point
VitalPompeyAdmin
19/01/2007 20:05:00
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I do apologise if my comment sounded offensive. Unrevelent things aside, I don't think Lua Lua will leave just yet, maybe in a years time he'll be down on the pecking order and move on. I don't want to see him go too soon, though.
Lysimachus
19/01/2007 22:47:00
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It would be nice to keep him a bit longer....it took me awhile to remember his full name and by comparison to some of the others a damn sight easier. His trickery still plays a pivotal part of Pompey's style, even though he is generally known for 'hogging' the ball.
pompeygray
19/01/2007 23:51:00
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some thoughts, LuaLua only wants to leave when he is under performing, or being criticised so the fans beg him to stay. I scoured the net for death threats and did not find any. I agree he needs help and part of that process is not blaming all your drunken actions on the death of your Son. A few of us have seen him out on the town a few times before games previously and he has been pulled up by the club for it. Before this incident i thought he was the third most likely lad to depart after Toddy and Benji and nothing changes that for me. I agree with Lysi, i dont think he will leave just yet either, in any case with his present publicity he will not likely get the same wages anywhere else. Could be gone at the end of the season though as our other strikers pass to their team mates, he needs to turn a page.
russellm
20/01/2007 00:34:00
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oops did i mention passing to team mates, some one will be threatening to leave.... I suppose what im looking to see from him is some hard work, thoughtfull football and a few less tantrums.
russellm
20/01/2007 00:37:00
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