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Portsmouth
2 - 1
Watford

Fratton Park

Saturday 18-11-06, 3pm

Attendance: 19,738

Referee:

PortsmouthWatford
Kanu 44, Lomana LuaLua 89 (penalty)Jay DeMerit 31
David James     Ben Foster     45
Noe Pamarot     Lloyd Doyley    
Linvoy Primus     Malky Mackay    
Sol Campbell     Jay DeMerit    
Dejan Stefanovic     Jordan Stewart    
David Thompson     62 Tommy Smith    
Sean Davis     Matthew Spring    
Pedro Mendes     Gavin Mahon    
Niko Kranjcar     Hameur Bouazza     34
Kanu     Darius Henderson     78
Lomana LuaLua     Ashley Young    
Substitutes
Dean Kiely     Richard Lee     45
Andy O'Brien     James Chambers     78
Manuel Fernandes     Danny Shittu    
Andrew Cole     62 Alhassan Bangura    
Ognjen Koroman     Tamas Priskin     34
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
7
8
On Target
3
9
Corners
5
8
Offside
1
14
Fouls
21
1
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
53
%
47
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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Sunday November 19 2006
Time: 12:31AM

Comments

0
Three points is the only real stat I care about here...
pompeyrug
19/11/2006 00:53:00
0
Me too!...do any of you guys know whats going on with Fernandes. Last I heard he was one of the best talents out there & was a certainty to break into the first team. Hes looked pretty good the little time he has been on the pitch & hes got no injury as far as I know, I see he was on the bench yesterday...u recon ManU have decided their gonna take him off our hands??..just seems weird seeing as their was so much hype & now nothing after this supposed ManU interest! very very strange
CharlieChimes
19/11/2006 09:30:00
0
I was wondering the same thing, has some deal been done, or it could just be he had a problem following the Portugal game mid week last.
russellm
19/11/2006 16:34:00
0
I think Harry gave him a rest. With Watford lumping the ball everywhere its not the sort of game a new foreign recruit may adapt to.
storagematt
19/11/2006 19:36:00
0
3 points in our fountain...23 and 17 to go to safety. You can never assume that of course. Remember Millwall - Top of the old division 2 a week or so before Xmas, then lost 6-0 at Sunderland to go 4th (I was at that game strangely enough)....plumeted down the table and got relegated on goal average with Pompey just safe. I nerly ended up at Tranmere where we won 2-1 but because I didn't meet any fans on the way to Waterloo I headed to Sunderland on an open ticket to watch the top of the table clash at Roker Park.
pompeygray
19/11/2006 23:24:00
0
a great win for you even through a last gasp penalty..should have scored more looking at th eabove.....
ernshaw
20/11/2006 16:12:00
0
LoL that's it Pompeygray, you show them boys your brand loyalty
russellm
20/11/2006 21:19:00
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