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Vital Pompey competition

Vital Pompey competition

As part of the re-launch of Vital Pompey I am giving two registered members of the site a chance to win prizes this June. All you have to do to stand a chance of winning a prize is:

1) Be a vital Pompey member by the end of June (so if you haven't joined up yet, DO SO NOW!) Register here.

2) Leave a comment below on this simple subject 'how great was our great escape at the end of the 2005/06 season!'

So effectively all new and existing members will be automatically entered into the first draw and just need to leave a comment to be entered into the second. Easy!

The prizes on offer are professionally put together and finished pieces of signed football memorabilia 12"x10" in size - a photograph on high-grade board with a signature - of your choice. Players on offer from the current squad are Campbell (England), James, Hughes, Kanu (Nigeria), LuaLua, Mendes, O'Neil, Primus, Stefanovic, Taylor, Todorov or former stars Anderton, Berger, Sheringham, Stone, Walsh and Whittingham.

The items come courtesy of www.rugssoccersignatures.com - which is my 'day job!' I have been in the football memorabilia field for many years so all items are of the highest quality and are 100% authentic - the items on offer would retail at prices from £14.99 to £34.99.

For your chance to win comment below on the topic in question or register now - if you haven't already.

Good luck.

PLAY UP POMPEY!

Competition rules

The signed prints will not be framed due to the danger of damage in transit. The draws will end on June 30th and the winners will be announced on the site and contacted by email. The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
Time: 9:05AM

Comments

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Excellent competition and a great opportunity for many more to become involved in what will be the biggest Pompey fans site on the net. So come on, join up and let's hear for you!
TruePompeyBlue
07/06/2007 10:27:00
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technically, even though your comment was not about the topic in question, you are entered into this prize draw now TPB - i am not though, for obvious reasons... are people not interested in winning a prize - or are the prizes on offer not appealing enough? or are we lost for words on how great our escape was? say something or TPB wins one prize by default...
pompeyrug
07/06/2007 11:45:00
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sweet. well what can I say, most incredible experiance of my life when we survived. Everything was perfect. Best moment was that my dad was there lol. Way home was amazing!
PompeyGleamer
07/06/2007 21:20:00
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Blimey, please say something someone, it would be wrong for me to win this being a co-editor so I withdraw from any competition anyway. These are great prizes, so why not enter? It costs you nothing to register, it's free!
TruePompeyBlue
08/06/2007 08:57:00
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i personally feel that you should not have to withdraw TPB but at least you are now down to a 50% chance of winning as opposed to the 100% you had yesterday... PompeyGleamer is showing the way, i know you are talking fells as you are doing it on other stories! does no one want a free prize here? you will have a better chance of winning through this draw than the overall members one tho so do it now!
pompeyrug
08/06/2007 09:28:00
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How great was our great escape? Very, very great indeed. And yes, sign up for this site - it's one of a rare breed that let's you comment on and debate the articles, and it's always nice to have a bit of input.
Tantona
08/06/2007 09:53:00
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Tantona throws this hat into the ring, 33.3% chance of you winning now mate - i would have said very, very, very great myself tho... yep do what Tantona says for the reasons he says...
pompeyrug
08/06/2007 11:50:00
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The great escape was a great escape. We made the unthinkable happen. Pompey fought and fought and never stopped unitl that whistle blew. The fans played a huge part in the great escape and that makes me proud to be a Pompey supporter. The noise in the ground was remarkable and every team that came to Fratton Park were intimidated by it. Pompey is a great club and a great city and it shows at football how proud we are of it. Most clubs attendances go down the drain when thay are not performing but Pompey never give up. When we play well, we cheer and sing, but when we play bad we cheer and sing more. I'm proud to be a blues and i'm Pompey til I die. PUP
POMPEYMEV
08/06/2007 13:54:00
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cracking response POMPEYMEV - the entries into the competition are growing...
pompeyrug
08/06/2007 14:16:00
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Toward the end of the season pompey look doomed, Linekar and Hanson would so often boom, Pedro popped up and hit THAT goal, Then the Fratton Faithful were on a roll. It was here that it started, No longer downhearted, The great escape, Began to take shape. Week after week we all believed, Linekar and Hanson now down on their knees, We all went to wigan to sing, sing, sing.... WE ARE THE PORTSMOUTH, HARRY IS OUR KING!!!
pompey4me
08/06/2007 18:37:00
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