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Video Highlights - Man City 6-0 Portsmouth

Video Highlights - Man City 6-0 Portsmouth





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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Monday September 22 2008
Time: 10:57AM

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There are some great comments and interesting player ratings from the Pompey Bells. They're on "The News" at www.protsmouth.co.uk I love their description of SWP as "Architect of Victory" MAN CITY JOE HART: Hardly tested. 6 MICAH RICHARDS: Breezed through. 8 PABLO ZABALETA: Too comfortable. 7 RICHARD DUNNE: Rare goal. 7 JAVIER GARRIDO: Did nothing wrong. 7 VINCENT KOMPANY: Knitted things together. 8 ELANO: Such a busy player. 8 STEPHEN IRELAND: Created so much. 8** SHAUN WRIGHT-PHILLIPS: Architect of victory. 9 ROBINHO: Fantastic touches. 8*** JO: Constant menace. 8* Substitutes: CHED EVANS: Instant impact 7* (72mins) GELSON FERNANDES: ** (77 mins) DANIEL STURRIDGE: *** (86mins) Not used: Kasper Schmeichel, Tal Ben Haim, Michael Ball, Dietmar Hamann. POMPEY DAVID JAMES: Won't be happy. 5 GLEN JOHNSON: Plugged away. 6*** SYLVAIN DISTIN: One man army at times. 6 ARMAND TRAORE: Worst game yet. 5 SOL CAMPBELL: Another Eastlands horror show. 4 LASSANA DIARRA: Shone amid gloom. 7 YOUNES KABOUL: Shaky performance. 4** NADIR BELHADJ: Struggled to get going. 5 SEAN DAVIS: Injury ended involvement. 5* PETER CROUCH: Worked hard enough. 5 JERMAIN DEFOE: Subdued afternoon. 5 Substitutes: PAPA BOUBA DIOP: Looked lost. 5* (33mins) JOHN UTAKA: Far too quiet. 5** (46mins) NOE PAMAROT: Plugged away. *** (82mins) Not used: Jamie Ashdown, Kanu, Hermann Hreidarsson, Arnold Mvuemba. REFEREE: Alan Wiley (Staffordshire): Sensible and let game flow. 8
Sindbad
22/09/2008 17:02:00
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Sure makes pleasant viewing!
oliverblue
23/09/2008 09:02:00
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David James was bobbins some of the saves were from a pub team goalie. I cannot take the claim for this but saw the quote and it made me laugh. 'Robinho is the mutts nuts'.
Buzz Lightyear
23/09/2008 13:09:00
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The MiddleEastlands Massacre.
Johnny Baguette
23/09/2008 14:12:00
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they could show that as a horror movie... it made me want to hide behind my sofa at least...
pompeycarpet
23/09/2008 21:18:00
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what a game , bet you wish that was week in and week out , good luck for your season
Kimbo
25/09/2008 17:05:00
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This was a terrific result as Portsmouth are certainly no slouches!
Markcity
22/10/2008 23:07:00
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