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Toddy Must Start Against Man United!

Toddy Must Start Against Man United!

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Writer:TruePompeyBlue
Date:Thursday April 5 2007
Time: 12:16PM

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TruePompeyBlue
05/04/2007 12:31:00
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Not the strongest defence Utd can come up with, chance for someone to exploit. Toddy must a decent run for this game & what remains of the season.
storagematt
05/04/2007 19:32:00
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got to be wprth a pop, no-one else is doing the business
paultsmouth
05/04/2007 21:01:00
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Yeah but it seems we are exposing our frailalties if Toddy is our best available. He didn't exactly set the world on fire when recently loaned out down below. For all of his qualities in 2002/03 he just hasn't recaptured it, or is it that he hasn't been given the chance. Time may decide that debate.
pompeygray
06/04/2007 05:58:00
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come on pompey come on toddy come on!!
VitalPompeyAdmin
06/04/2007 07:42:00
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But as the commentator said on Match of the Day last week against Fulham pompeygray, Toddy did more in his first five minutes on the pitch than Kanu did for his entire 75. Also, Toddy's goal scoring ratio for us during his few matches at the end of last season was far better than Kanu's is for all of this season.
TruePompeyBlue
06/04/2007 11:43:00
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I said Toddy had done more in his time on the pitch than Kanu also in my match report... It's pretty clear to see and say that injuries and lack of selection have prevented Toddy recapturing that championship winning form... He has lost pace, but is still a class act and knows where the goal is...
pompeyrug
07/04/2007 00:38:00
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Will do more than the current first choice, could feed off benjani's work rate.
pompey4me
07/04/2007 02:34:00
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I like the Benji and LuaLua partnership but you don't see many goals in that really do you... Toddy certainly could feed off the work rate of Benji - who I really think should be the one constant in any partnership - and will get into positions to score, getting on the end of Benji's balls across the area which we see quite a lot without anyone on the end...
pompeyrug
07/04/2007 10:39:00
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