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Sheff Utd
1 - 1
Portsmouth

Bramall Lane

Saturday 13-01-07, 3pm

Attendance: 30,269

Referee:

Sheff UtdPortsmouth
Stephen Quinn 22Gary O`Neil 81
Paul Gerrard     David James    
Chris Lucketti     Matty Taylor    
Derek Geary     Linvoy Primus     54
Robert Kozluk     Djimi Traore    
Claude Davis     Glen Johnson    
Stephen Quinn     85 Sol Campbell    
Keith Gillespie     Gary O'Neil    
Nick Montgomery     Pedro Mendes    
Phil Jagielka     Sean Davis     74
Jon Stead     77 Kanu     88
Robert Hulse     Andrew Cole    
Substitutes
Michael Tonge     85 Jamie Ashdown    
Colin K-Richards     Niko Kranjcar     54
Alan Quinn     Benjani     74
Christian Nade     77 Andy Griffin    
Leigh Bromby     Richard Hughes     88
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
13
4
On Target
6
2
Corners
10
14
Fouls
20
0
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49

Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Sunday January 14 2007
Time: 1:58AM

Comments

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We are at least moving in the right direction. We could have lost this game like The Arse did awhile ago but instead carved out the inevitable draw. It probably had 1-1 written all over it but optimistic Pompey fans would have us shaving it. In the end it is a decent result that sets us up with 2 forthcoming home fixtures against less than moderate oposition. Bolton will be the one we need to hurdle in our European quest should the Spurs move past us. I am more than happy at this present stage.
pompeygray
14/01/2007 10:29:00
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stats cant be right Wanock has told the world Sheffield were the better team, one thing is for sure in the football fans night out on the town league Sheff U is definetly in the top half of the table.
russellm
14/01/2007 12:27:00
0
totally agree russellm...sheffield is 2nd only to Nottingham for a Saturday night out,in my book anyway.
lincspfcfan
14/01/2007 14:09:00
0
Very hospitable place is our Sheffield. Hope they stay up.
storagematt
14/01/2007 16:10:00
0
a decent point and its a point more than spurs managed to get outta this weekend our next game is vital for a top six finish aslong as the fulham v tottenham and wigan v everton results go our way we could be looking at 8 points clear relisticly i would settle for 6 but imagine the pressure that will be taken off us if we our 8 points clear a massive boost for the team
pompeyluke
14/01/2007 21:26:00
0
The PREDICTOR on the BBC website is handy for seeing how the table will look if results go our way - filling results in with my rose coloured glasses on has us in a Champions League position by the beginning of February. BTW, anyone else think Warnock looks like an old woman from Monty Python when he's on the touchline?
Et_tu_Pompeii
14/01/2007 22:23:00
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