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Harry to chat up Nugent

Harry to chat up Nugent

Sunderland were confirmed as would be suitors for the services of new England cap David Nugent, Pompey were hinted as the other un-named club.

But now SkySports has reported that Nugent will head South tomorrow morning to meet Harry Redknapp.

My suggestion to Redknapp is to get Nugent to a family barbecue and get the hounds out again until the man signs!

Writer:paultsmouth
Date:Monday July 2 2007
Time: 10:57PM

Comments

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Hope there is something in this one! No quotes from either party as of yet, but Sky are more reliable than most, now if BBC report it, we can believe!!
paultsmouth
02/07/2007 23:00:00
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When i read this on sky sports i got really happy for some reason lol, probally cos theres a striker thats comin 2 the south cost 2 have talks 4 once lol. i hope harry can work his magic n get him 2 sign 4 us. what i see of him for England U21's he looked outstanding. Play up pomey
pompeydave14
02/07/2007 23:21:00
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it seems to be catching the attention on what will be tomorrow's tabloids also mate - so lets just hope talks go well, privoded they do actually take place... he would prefer everton but they wont match the price, so get him signed up 'arry... ive almost always been impressed with him when watching him for england u21's and preston but must admit he was quiet at the u21 euros recently...
pompeyrug
02/07/2007 23:37:00
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Do visiting fans a favour and bung a roof on your ***** hole of a ground before you lay out any more money on players. You deserve to be thrown out of the Prem for neglect of basic amenities.
Clear Sky
03/07/2007 00:10:00
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you call yourself clearsky, you get that at fratton, hypocrite!
paultsmouth
03/07/2007 06:51:00
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Hey why don't you do us a favour instead Clear Sky - your opinions are always welcome but comments like that are not, as is your presence at the ground. If you don't like it, then sod off and don't come down here! you obviously lose quite frequently when you visit, must be a Manure fan!! You Muppet.

Hope to see Nugent down here, but I somehow doubt there is any truth in the rumour by Sky.
TruePompeyBlue
03/07/2007 07:33:00
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By the way Clearsky, if you took the trouble to look before you start flapping, you will have learned that a roof is actually being built for the Milton End, which is why we cannot have any home friendlies this season - just to cater for numpties like you who have forgotten what real football stadia is, rather than some poshed up bowl!
TruePompeyBlue
03/07/2007 07:36:00
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What, white & english! Don't tell Harry this, quick get the make up out. Yes we'll have him, get one & soon get another. PS. Clear Sky. I spent 20 years visting away grounds around the country that were pretyy basic & crap. They havn't all been state of the art stadias. Kn0b head.
storagematt
03/07/2007 07:38:00
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No objection to numpties commenting on our shoddy Milton End, IF it's offered in comment to an article about the Milton End. Clear Sky, your comments are clearly completely irrelevant to the topic being discussed here. Grow up. Back to the subject at hand - in my opinion Nugent is worth the risk and should be signed if possible - even at £7m. Arry should use the old Amdy Faye trick...ie lock him in a hotel room until he signs!
Tantona
03/07/2007 07:44:00
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there is always one isn't there... £7m sounds like alot - and it is alot by our standards, but on face value is only a couple of mill more than we could pay for harewood... england international in his early 20's full of promise or late 20's never reached his supposed promise? only one winner here - nugent...
pompeyrug
03/07/2007 09:02:00
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