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So we are restricted to five with our loan players that feature in the first team squad at any one go, I suppose fair enough. BUT whilst not a great fan of either how did Dickinson get the nod over Sonko against Palace?

We sent Dickinson back to Stoke because we think he is injured. Stoke disagree and send him back. So how did SC pick his subs against Palace?

If it was just to cover left back then we have plenty already available Ward etc. I hesitate to say this but surely Sonko should have been on the bench and Dickinson left to recover as we, PFC, think he is unfit.

Answers on a postcard please.

Written by MickTait.

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  • Writer:MickTait
    Date:Thursday February 24 2011
    Time: 11:53AM

    Comments

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    its a tough call, you could not blame him for leaving either player out could you and they 'should' be the ones that are being thought of when all loanees are available...
    i could understand the reasoning behind dicko being in ahead of sonko more if he was fully fit, but as you say, the club clearly do not believe that he is.
    pompeyrug
    24/02/2011 11:56:00
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    Possibly, quite possibly, he was fit all along and his injury was a face-saver for SC to be able to play Hermann.... just one possible reason Mick! :) PuP
    pompeyweller
    24/02/2011 14:05:00
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    God I feel stupid now. Excellent commmment pompeyweller
    MickTait
    24/02/2011 16:59:00
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    Sorry Mick couldnt resist!
    pompeyweller
    24/02/2011 17:00:00
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    Nah!.... SC would never ever pull a stunt like that...... would he :-)
    cornypomp
    24/02/2011 18:59:00
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    Sonic Sonko - bad as he is probably shades it over Divy-ko for me AND Sonic has scored a goal- not that either should get a start Or for that fact my very favourite Mok- the- Weak
    russellm
    24/02/2011 22:14:00
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