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Pompey offer accepted

City are reporting through the official website, www.mcfc.co.uk , that they have accepted an offer from Portsmouth for David James.

The blues were believed to be holding out for a fee in the region of 2 million for the former England number one.

James is now on his way down to the South coast to discuss terms with Honest Harry.




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Writer: Andy Leggott Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 10 2006

Time: 8:00PM

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Thanks for your keeper, spend the cash well.
storagematt
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10/08/2006 20:45:00

Could have been worse, we could have stolen Distin.
Tantona
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10/08/2006 21:02:00

2 million ding for a 35 yr old ..... nice backhander for H
ronin
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10/08/2006 21:12:00

against 2.5 mill for a 25 yr old number 1 in Isaksson ...... you've been done again Pompey to swell H's wallet
ronin
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10/08/2006 21:32:00

So Calamity James finds yet another watering hole!
sandgroanun
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10/08/2006 23:05:00

Well who'd have thought it, Stu fickle Pearce was telling the world that Calamity was Englands No 1 during the world cup and the 1st offer that comes in and he gets rid!!!!! I am not saying getting rid is the wrong thing to do as the guy is one of the worst in the EPL but you have to laugh at Pearce, pleb!
sidyid
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11/08/2006 08:12:00

Jame has been an excellent keeper for city, and if he was 5 years younger I would be disgusted at selling him. The fact is hes in his last year of his contract, hes 35, hes not gonna get any better. I say get rid and get this Swedish lad in, hes got great press before the world cup injury
bluerick
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11/08/2006 08:54:00

No doubt he'll keep a clean sheet in match 2.
storagematt
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11/08/2006 17:38:00

Who will be your no1?
dazza71
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14/08/2006 21:12:00

Isaksson will be our No.1 another bargain at 2m for a proven 24 year old International.
alphieblues
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15/08/2006 14:48:00

 

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