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Blues worm turns again?

Defeated by the Witton Lice yesterday and apparently at their lowest ebb Blues were thrown a life line when Charlton beat Harry Reddy Nap's Pompey. Blues now can get out of the Bottom three with three points against Blackbun tommorow.

Alan Curbishly's boys were trailing to an Allessandro goal for much of the game. Former Blues favourite Bryan Hughes (why did we sell him?) equalised with 12 minutes to go and Darren Bent (why did we not buy him?)popped up to win the game for the Addicks.

Blues now must win tommorow night. They must try and get the team onto the field in one piece. Would the Vile have got close had Upson on the park? With Dunn and Jarosik it would have been a stroll. However they did'nt play and we lost.

We have four games to go and lets hear no more about bad luck from the manager and the Chairman. Portsmouth spent 10+ million in January and brought in six players. How interesting that their luck changed after that. They were eight points behind and ten goals when we thrashed them 5-0.

Savage and Bellamy's presence should have been enough to fire the team up. Today's unexpected bonus from Charlton should mean that the opposition should by filling their Welsh pants when they step out onto that pitch tommorrow. The Crowd should be so noisy and so intimidating that not winning should not be an option. SHOULD.

Don't let the Devil steal your joy!!

Or alternatively Blues could wait for their 'luck to Change'




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Date:Monday April 17 2006

Time: 7:47PM

Your Comments

you can have your 5-0, we'll take prem survival, ta
paultsmouth
you can shove your 5-0 **** u know where
lmatthews
What happened Monday couldn't Harrys London mates agree terms? Curbs is an Ex Blues man and probably don't need favours from Harry?
BigAl
We don't ask favours. We just play whats put in front of us. We can then concentrate on playing, instead of thinking about what excuse we'll have to use if we lose.
FEn_100
bellamys gonna get ya
paultsmouth
jammy sods
paultsmouth
Makes it interesting now, innit?
FEn_100
this is great! i really dont care who goes down out of the two of you but your certainly making it interesting for me!
vertigo_red
 

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