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Portsmouth
0 - 0
Middlesbrough

Fratton Park

Tuesday 30-01-07, 7:45pm

Attendance: 19,820

Referee:

PortsmouthMiddlesbrough
David James     Bradley Jones    
Matty Taylor     Julio Arca    
Linvoy Primus     Jonathan Woodgate    
Djimi Traore     69 Andrew Taylor    
Glen Johnson     Abel Xavier    
Lauren     Emanuel Pogatetz    
Sol Campbell     James Morrison     81
Gary O'Neil     Lee Cattermole    
Pedro Mendes     Stewart Downing    
Kanu     81 George Boateng    
Benjani     73 Yakubu     89
Substitutes
Jamie Ashdown     Ross Turnbull    
Richard Hughes     Malcolm Christie     81
Lomana LuaLua     73 Andrew Davies    
Andy Cole     81 Fabio Rochemback    
Rudolph Douala     69 Jason Euell     89
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
3
4
On Target
3
10
Corners
5
5
Offside
6
10
Fouls
10
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
54
%
46

Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Tuesday January 30 2007
Time: 10:23PM

Comments

0
Stil got to be happy with how your seasons gone thus far, but you should be knocking teams like vilaboro over at home.
col8
30/01/2007 23:40:00
0
We should not be dropping points as easily as we are against inferior opposition. There is no excuse, we cannot blame sides for coming to Fratton Park and playing five across the midfield. It is up to us to break them down but we lack invention, ideas, creativity, a will to win and the ability to score. Europe? We won't even be able to get on the ferry at Portsmouth based on our last fourteen league matches, let alone make it to Europe!
TruePompeyBlue
31/01/2007 00:30:00
0
We are having a tough time but come on TruePompeyBlue this kind of talk is not the talk we want. Lets not give up with 13 games and a lot of points still to play for!!! A run of wins (may not look likely at the moment but can happen!) and we'll be up with, if not above Bolton again. Teams are and will drop points against each other around us three points at Wigan on Saturday will be a start, another against City could then follow then if we could follow that up with three against Blackburn day light could re-appear. It's too soon to give up...
pompeyrug
31/01/2007 11:00:00
0
Still if you were offered 6th at this point of the season before it started you would have settled for it behind the usual top 4 and Bolton
col8
31/01/2007 20:35:00
0
yer you would no doubt about it
VitalPompeyAdmin
01/02/2007 11:26:00
0
did someone say take 6th place - yes please, where do I sign!
WalshWasGod
01/02/2007 16:31:00
0
LOL TPB. nope Col8 prefer us to be and we should be above Bolton in 5th, generally until recently we have played the more attractive football. lots of Ifs there ruggers, anyway we are not at the end of the season. I suppose what it does show is that this year the EPL is quite mediocre outside of P1-4.
russellm
01/02/2007 18:46:00
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