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Fratton show down on TV!!!

Fratton show down on TV!!!

Our most important game in years commences this Sunday at 3pm.

The final game of the season at Portsmouth is a complete sell out and so tickets are like gold dust. For this reason the game will also be shown at the Cottage with a BBQ! However if you can't make either then the local pub or the comfort of your own home will be the place you remember seeing the mighty whites stay up.

Coverage starts at 2.30pm. Probably have one of those well put together short videos summarising our rise from the ashes. Will make good viewing I am sure!

So where ever you might see the game lets hope for a good performance and a great result. We've come too far to let it fall away!

COYW!!

Writer:orange_emu
Date:Tuesday May 6 2008
Time: 9:56PM

Comments

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...it will be tough!
pompeycarpet
06/05/2008 22:18:00
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COYW! I'll be at the Caz bar with a nice fulham contingent and a massive bbq if we win i think it will actually be the best day of my life.
howrad
06/05/2008 23:02:00
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or the most disappointing howrad?
merlin
07/05/2008 06:40:00
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What channel?
Backslash2010
07/05/2008 12:15:00
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I think it's restricted to beam back as Sky will be concentrating on the knobs at the top of the table!
Putney
07/05/2008 16:53:00
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Setanta! its on Setanta. Sorry, I thought I had said so! My fault.
oranje_emu
07/05/2008 18:21:00
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Don't knock my enthusiasm. If we go down hopefully it will mean cheaper tickets and definately more games:)
howrad
08/05/2008 18:13:00
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