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True or False?

True or False?
The news of he world links us with Cardiff City's ROGER JOHNSON and Nottingham forests JAMES PERCH. Roger Johnson is suppose to replace Sol Campbell and we are suppose to bid 3 million for him he is ready to leave Cardiff due to them missing out on the play offs. James Perch is once again another centre defensive midfield but has a great engine on him I would much prefer him to Mullins but both of these are good young players so I wouldn't mind but is championship players the way forward???

The People are linking us with Blackburn's Keith Andrews. A player who can play in defence or once again midfield. But also the papers are saying Birmingham City are after our PAPA BOUBA DIOP. We have missed him hugely in the last few games he is a key to our team I reckon alongside Davis.

But the most bizarre paper is Daily Star on Sunday it links us with Blackburn striker Paul Gallagher who has been on loan at Plymouth this season. I wouldn't welcome him here at Fratton Park if he can't even make the Blackburn team then why would we want him??

Some of these players I don't mind but surely we could do better? But Roger Johnson would be a perfect replacement for Sol and with Glen Johnson and Sylvain Distin bound to leave then we are bound to struggle at the back next season.

What's your views?

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Sunday May 10 2009
Time: 3:42PM

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by and large, players are in the championship because they arn't good enough for the premiership. Occasionally, there is one very good player, but more often than not, all the young players who look like they might have any talent, get snapped up by premiership acadamies. Add to that, any player that plays well in the championship is usually over priced... no thanks. If we want good, cheap players, we should be looking abroad. How much did kranjcar cost us, compared to mullins?
pompeycarpet
10/05/2009 16:24:00
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I prefer the article saying some Pompey fans Gobbed in Walcott's water bottle.
MFFP
10/05/2009 16:55:00
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here we go . . . as the season draws to its close all the transfer roundabout creaks into action with all the gossip that goes with it. The last couple of years I've noticed how about 90% of what you read in the papers isn't true, but occasionally they get something that turns out. Pompey also have a good record in making signings we hadn't read about first, as well. Last transfer window in January I was dreading it, all these stories of 'fire sales' and Frank's Uncle taking all our players away. This time I'm not dreading it quite so much, but I really don't know what to expect.
tracyc
10/05/2009 22:03:00
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here we go . . . as the season draws to its close all the transfer roundabout creaks into action with all the gossip that goes with it. The last couple of years I've noticed how about 90% of what you read in the papers isn't true, but occasionally they get something that turns out. Pompey also have a good record in making signings we hadn't read about first, as well. Last transfer window in January I was dreading it, all these stories of 'fire sales' and Frank's Uncle taking all our players away. This time I'm not dreading it quite so much, but I really don't know what to expect.
tracyc
10/05/2009 22:03:00
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I don't reckon we are in any position yet to be committing to signing or selling until we are mathematically safe. I am sure we will be OK, but I have a horrible feeling we are going to be going to Wigan needing at least a point. Don't think Davis will be with us next season anyhow as it was only a last minute failure of Bolton to sign him in January, so I reckon he will be off to them in the summer. One thing we must do is get a midfielder with a bit of craft about him and do something with the damn ball rather than keep passing it backwards (Hughsie)
blarmy
11/05/2009 07:42:00
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As always the crap press have to fill their toilet paper with stuff, most of it bollox. No point wasting breathe on what will or won't. Some will go & some will stay. I'm not sure even the players know themselves!
storagematt
12/05/2009 16:43:00
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