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7pts from the next 12 on offer

7pts from the next 12 on offer

Pompey will pick 7pts from the next 12pts on offer! Not my vote, yours - although these findings from The Rabbi's poll are thoughts that I would not be disappointed by... but clearly would like more.

With games against Liverpool (a), Arsenal (h), Boro (h) and Reading (a) coming up 7pts does not seem like a bad return does it, so for that amount to have been voted - despite the best efforts of some 'unwanted visitors' who were clearly voting '0pts', and we know who they were but if the name is mentioned within this article it will show up in their various search engines, and we do not want that! - is not really a bad return is it to be honest.

Maybe I aim too high or expect too much, but my personal vote went for 10pts… but hey, after all the years of what we have had to endure no one can begrudge me getting a little caught up in the way things are going... can they?

Liverpool on Saturday will be an interesting game as our away form has been incredible this season, so if we can produce something special there and dare I say it make it a 7th straight away win it will set us up brilliantly for the 3 games that follow. I reckon we could surprise the scousers you know fellas... Make your own predictions here.

What the poll asked - How many points will Pompey get from the matches against Liverpool, Arsenal, Middlesbrough, and Reading?

How you voted - 7 20%, 0 17%, 6 17%, 4 12%, 11 9%, 8 6%, 5 5%, 3 4%, 2 3%, 9 3%, 10 2%, 1 1%, 12 1%

Current Poll - We have scored some crackers this season so far, and hopefully there will be many more to come.

At the midway stage of the season we have, as I say scored some belters haven't we, but which of these so far is the best - this is what jbaker wants to know with this - 'goal of the Season so far?' Let the poll do the talking before we do when it finishes.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Wednesday December 19 2007
Time: 11:46AM

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If we can get seven that would be great - Liverpool is gonna be hard so a point would be great.... Arsenal again hard so another point would also be great ... Boro they are on form at the mo but we should expect to beat them so that's five at best.... Reading ...another point perhaps ? or a win (don't see us losing) .. so six or eight in my book at best... But I actually voted for 4 !!
Chix
19/12/2007 13:07:00
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as said i would be happy with 7... but i am not going to write off getting more, if we can start off on the right foot against the scousers this weekend then who knows what we might get...
pompeyrug
19/12/2007 15:16:00
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I always try to vote optimistically so I went with 8 (2 wins 2 ties), on another not I cant wait till storagematt comes on, he will be fuming "What! 7% voted for 11 points, its impossible..." lol
whitestones
19/12/2007 15:18:00
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They don't teach maths at school so for the younger members, we can't do 11pts. The truth is we have no real idea. We are just as likely to win at Liverpool & lose at home to Boro. 6/7 pts would still be a cedible haul.
storagematt
19/12/2007 16:08:00
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Ashamed to say it, but i think i went the same as u chix...4pts
pentonpompey
19/12/2007 21:48:00
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