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PFC and SFC fans start trouble!!


It all got a bit heated! Rupert Lowe was getting a bit board today, so he fired an attack at our manager. Don’t forget of course he has also caused an investigation on Portsmouth! Anyway, Harry and Milan will probably sit down tonight and think of something to fire back. I beat them too it though!

I published an article showing my displeasure towards Rupert Lowe’s comments, in the hope I would get a response. I succeeded! What followed was fourteen comments, yes, a full fourteen comments. These comments were not even in the forum. I know what you’re thinking! How have I managed to stir up so much HATRED? Well I made a comment on Southampton’s page which dragged them across to see what I had said.

If there are any young children reading this, now is a good time to minimize because it gets gory!!

To read the comments click here Click Here

If that link doesn’t work or you can’t bear to leave this gripping story, there will be highlights of the argument on tonight’s edition of “Pompey @ 9.”

Then when a few more people got involved, (not just me and the Southampton editor) we moved the argument to a new arena. The forum!!

At the forum there were a further twenty two messages exchanged between the two rival clubs!! That’s last time I looked as well.

I am glad to report that Portsmouth won the battle! I then added a new topic. This was entitled, “What Portsmouth think of Southampton.” The Southampton fans, realising that this could get ugly, went back to there own site.

I will be discussing all the best comments on “Pompey @ 9” tonight at nine!

Get onto the forum and write what you think of Southampton!




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Date:Thursday February 9 2006

Time: 7:34PM

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As a saints supporter I've got fed up with all the rows between Milan and Rupert. They are both autocrats and deserve each other. However at least Milan puts his money where is mouth is. Believe it or not I hope Pompey do survive the drop. The team has played very well for the last couple of matches with nothing to show for it. Even if they go down they will probably be a good bet to go straight up if they can hang on to their best players. Believe me the quality in the chamionship league - apart from Reading is dire. Best of luck for the rest of seson
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