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Thank you Paul Cook

Thank you Paul Cook

These words of praise for Paul Cook, which is only fair to be honest given the fact Cookie seems to get A LOT of criticism fairly quickly, have just arrived in my mailbox from Stmonkton52.

I am a bit surprised we haven't heard more praise for the manager. Two months ago I thought he had blown it and should be on his way, so it is only fair to applaud him now. What a difference March and April have brought.

The run in to promotion has been fantastic and I for one am happy to give the manager lots of credit for that performance.

It is a long time since we finished a season this happy so well done Paul Cook.

Written by Stmonkton52.


Yes, like I say I think Stmonkton52 certainly has a point and praise for Cookie - as frustrating as he can be at times - should be dished out, after all he's achieved what he said he would.

I cannot get this song out on my mind again now...

Woke up this morning feeling fine.
I've got promotion on my mind.
Paul Cook's taking us up, like he said he would. Oh yeah.
Something tells me I'm onto something good... 1,2,3,4.

PLAY UP POMPEY

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Writer:Stmonkton52
Date:Thursday April 20 2017
Time: 11:56AM

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