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Our Thoughts Are With Lua Lua


Our thoughts are with Lua Lua at this difficult time as it was confirmed that his eighteen month year old son has passed away. This is a devastating story and I’m sure everyone’s thoughts are with Lua and his family.

In a brief statement Lua has thanked everyone for there support and has asked for everyone to let him grieve with his family.

“I am devastated by the tragic loss. I am grateful and appreciative for the kind wishes and support I have received from everybody.”

I am sure I speak on behalf of everybody at Portsmouth in saying that Lua should take as much time out of the game as he needs!




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Date:Monday February 6 2006

Time: 8:22PM

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That was terrilble what happened, can't believe they with-held that information from him, idiots! My thoughts go out to him and his family at this sad time.
Bud
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06/02/2006 20:50:00

Awful news. Heart felt sympathies go out to him and his family.
The Fear
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06/02/2006 21:16:00

Terrible news, cannot believe the officials of Congo not informing him of the what had happened. Sympathies to Lua Lua and his family
DJ
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06/02/2006 23:15:00

Deepest Sympathies from everyone at the Arsenal site. It just goes to show, football is not the be all and end all, my thoughts and prayers are with Lua Lua and his family!
Rocky7
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06/02/2006 23:20:00

Sympathies to Lua Lua and his family. I hope those responsible for withholding this from him will be exposed and run out of town evil, callous b******s. An extra big hug should go to the baby's Mum who not only had to deal with her loss but without the support of the dad - no footie match is worth that!
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07/02/2006 16:39:00

 

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