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Ex-Toon Star The Target Of Hate Mail

In my humble opion, the lowest form of life are those who cause trouble by making someone's life a misery ... then hiding their identity.

So brave sat behind a computer. But NEVER will they reveal there name, to show what pathetic individuals they are.

Ex-Newcastle striker Lomana Lua Lua is on the receiving end, and Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp has called them 'sickos'.

He scored the 88th-minute penalty in Pompey's 2-1 win over Watford at Fratton Park on Saturday, after earlier revealing 'supporters' had posted internet messages accusing him of being lazy on the field, having a playboy lifestyle, being a wife-beater, and, worst of all, saying they were glad his baby son Jesus died earlier this year.

Redknapp: 'I didn't know anything about this. Lua hasn't told me about it, nobody has told me about it.

'But who would say a thing like that, I'm glad your baby is dead?

'There are always a few sickos about but they are not Portsmouth supporters, just a couple of sickos, probably, who go on websites.

'I didn't know Lua was having these problems. This is the first I have heard of it but he's been a good player for Portsmouth, got back in the team and played well last week after Benjani had been keeping him out.

'He has done well again to take the penalty against Watford and I can't see this being a big problem.'

LuaLua lost his six-month old son in January to pneumonia while away on international duty with his country and was arrested, and released without charge, after a domestic incident involving his fiancee only last month.




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Date:Monday November 20 2006

Time: 11:55AM

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Saying the personal things about him being a wife beater, and the evil things about his son are terrible, these people are animals and not "fans!" As for him being lazy if this upsets him it should do as he can be and can be very frustrating as he rarely passes the ball. He should be able to accept that kind of abuse but the other, never, shouldn't be happening...
pompeyrug
it should be about the football and not personal.........
ernshaw
 

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