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Defensive Pair Linked With Moves Away?

Rumour has it that Habib Beye and Lamine Diatta could be on their way out of St James' this summer, with Premier League new boys West Brom and Wigan interested in the pair, and I quote believed to be 'monitoring developments at Newcastle United'.

Then again these reports were in The Sun, so that means they must be true!

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The Journalist

Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 8 2008

Time: 2:55PM

Your Comments

Wheres the old journalist Ross??? the site staff writing this rubbish are starting to *****s me off. stupid stories are pointless to read. beye to wigan!? are u ******** havin a laugh. think before you write it. desperate transfer links are the last thing this club needs rite now. ASSHOLE
Toon4LiFe
Do it yourself then T4L....knob
marron
I would. send my writing fee through paypal. to$$er
Toon4LiFe
well its a real hive of activity on here isnt it, where are all these so called 'fanatical' barcode fans gone...
being the site journalist for pompey, and i think marron might be on boro? i can tell you - as im sure he will - its not easy Toon4LiFe but why not put your money where you mouth is and see if you can do a better job than 'site staff' are? someone has to do something to try and get you muppets talking dont they - but your a bunch of ungreatful whingers and moaners, who expect too much anyway arent you! so at least you have something else to whinge about, good work site staff :-)
pompeyrug
 

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