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How sweet it would be

How sweet it would be

United might have wanted him in the past, but it is Pompey that have him now, so how sweet would it be for us for Sulley Muntari to pull one over United tonight and score the winning goal past them!

It is no secret that United had wanted Muntari in the past, with Sir Alex Ferguson openly admitting his admiration for the player - that United have had watched several times - and but for work permit issues a few years back would have got him as a teenager.

United's loss has and will be yet further Pompey's gain, as we have signed a classy midfielder that seems to have all the boxes ticked that will make him a success in this country.

Yep, I would take victory any way it comes but I love it when Pompey pull one over United at any time, but if we could do this again tonight and with Muntari twisting that knife too it will make things even sweeter for me. It would also make Fergie's post match glass of red with Harry Redknapp taste a little bitter, again something that would please me.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Wednesday August 15 2007
Time: 10:45AM

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After a disappointing debut we need The Munter to start bossing the Premier League and where better to start than at Fratton Park against Man Ure! I wonder if the current Site Poll percentages will change if we win tonight?
Et_tu_Pompeii
15/08/2007 11:34:00
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sulley wasnt really that disappointing against derby was he... put him in the middle tho 'arry, that is where he is most useful and get matty taylor out on the left to support the left back. dont you mean when we win tonight mate :)
pompeyrug
15/08/2007 11:52:00
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Any win anyway would be nice. Hows about another Ferdinand OG? Let's give the new boys a right royal (blue) welcome and show 'em what a special occasion at evening out at FP is.
eastneydave
15/08/2007 12:24:00
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yep, there is always something special about fratton at the best of times isnt there - evening games even more so!
pompeyrug
15/08/2007 12:27:00
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No one was disappointing at Derby. Derby played aginst uus, like we did against Villa on forst Premiership game. Its natural.
Midge
15/08/2007 13:10:00
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No one was disappointing at Derby. Derby played aginst us, like we did against Villa on forst Premiership game. Its natural.
Midge
15/08/2007 13:10:00
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Good points, you lot, disappointing in the fact he didn't get a hat trick, clear a couple off the line and kick Howard up in the air more often! Everything's relative.
Et_tu_Pompeii
15/08/2007 13:44:00
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