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Pompey Crossover

Undoubtedly the media's favourite non-Carlos Tevez story, it looks like Pompey are closing in on giving Titus a berth in a Premier League squad next season. Again - Sol Campbell seems to be heading the way according to the papers but it looks like this one is going to be a seriously long-runner with the Fleet Street hacks.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 18 2007

Time: 9:20AM

Your Comments

Campbell is not coming to Newcastle. You can try and drag this one out for as long as you like but Harry will not let him leave. You may as well give up and look elsewhere before all the good players are gone.
POMPEYMEV
Seriously can't see Sol wanting to move....he would have gone to you in the first place if that was what he wanted, and the story goes that he's happy here. Not sure about Titus Bramble.....any chance he'll improve do you think?
Tantona
you can stick bramble up your aris!
paultsmouth
They cant even give him away..!!He he he As i hear it he"s not the only one who they are desperate to get off the obscene wage bill.Failing to qualify for Europe when you are 100mill in the red isnt a clever thing to do.Neither is spending extortionate amounts on the likes of Titus Bramble or begging the bank for a 17mill loan to buy Owen (14 games is it?) when you allready had a whopping 75mill overdraft to repay.These are facts..........If Fat Sam gets anymore than 5mill to spend this summer then im a Chinaman...!!The Bank Manager"s getting the TV money......
chalky76
 

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