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Campbell to Magpies? PAH!!

Campbell to Magpies? PAH!!

The rumour mill is spinning like a beauty as players contracts come up for renewal and underperforming clubs look to bolster their squads.
Sol is now considering travelling to Newcastle, I suppose he would really, the Magpies flatter to decieve nearly every season, yet still they are considered a much better proposition than lowly Pompey (8th at the moment)
Look out for Matt Taylor for Spurs and O'Neil to Liverpool, David James will no doubt be off to Birmingham and Kanu will go to Sunderland,while any underperforming, over-paid ex-superstar will be on the way to Fratton, see you soon Lungberg

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Writer:paultsmouth
Date:Thursday May 3 2007
Time: 6:25PM

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I suppose we should be priveliged that he graced us for one season, if this move happens I want Owen plus cash in return
paultsmouth
03/05/2007 18:28:00
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would be nice if he stayed loyal to Harry, who to be fair picked him when knowone else wanted him, including Newcastle. I suppose any moves by Newcastle will greatly depend on weather Roeder stays as manager. If Big Sam gets the job he may prefer Tal ben Haim who will be available on a free from bolton and command less in wages.
oxfordspur
03/05/2007 18:39:00
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He's on his way! You know it makes sense Pompey boys. Give it a couple more seasons and it'll be 60,000 in the ground. Can he really turn that down?
Roy4Triggs
03/05/2007 18:39:00
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Newcastle won't get Campbell because they like spending 10-28 million every season and not get any further than 10th.
Lysimachus
03/05/2007 18:39:00
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Don't tell me a swap deal with Tithead Bramble.
storagematt
03/05/2007 19:13:00
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It would be surprising if he chose to move as he has said quite often he has enjoyed this season and is really looking forward to an exciting future under Gaydamak. Also HR said he had the option of Newcastle last season but chose Pompey. Furthermore he has a year of contract left and I doubt that Pompey would be keen to sell their influential, big name player who has been in superb form. Sol isn't also a spoilt brat who would cause trouble if Pompey said they wanted him to see out his contract... so all in all I reckon he'll stay next year, probably longer.
Liquor&Poker
03/05/2007 19:38:00
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ello ello pompey!!
ajwb
03/05/2007 20:02:00
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Roy4Triggs yes he can turn it down, he did last season and i'm sure he will again
paultsmouth
03/05/2007 21:19:00
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nothing would surprise me with pompey but i'm not sure why Sol would want to settle for a permanent relegation battle under Roeder
russellm
04/05/2007 00:20:00
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We gave him everything a player in his position then, needed and should pledge his loyalty to the club at least for two more seasons
Mudhara
04/05/2007 08:57:00
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