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Roy in the know!

With the end of the transfer window coming quick Roy has all at once started bringing in the new faces. But who and where has he been bringing in?

First of all, what is glaringly obvious about our team? We it's height! Without a doubt we have one (if not the) shortest team! Sanchez (at his cost) didn't seem to see this as a problem. So Hodgson's first signing was that of Brede Hangeland, a 6 foot 5 strong commanding defender.

Next up is the lack of defensive element to our midfield, face it guys Smertin hasn't been half the player he was at the start of the season. So Roy brings in Leon Andreasen a highly rated holding midfielder.

Next is our rapidly declining strike force. We started the season guns blazing all the way to the pompey game at home! Then suddenly it all stopped. So Hodgson brings in Johnston, Cousin and possibly if all goes as planned King, who all bring with them height, power, pace and proven goal records.

All in all it is obvious that Roy knows what he needs to do to give us all the best of a chance to keep us up.




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 24 2008

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

Cousin could be "twenty minutes" short of signing. Smith is quoted as saying the decision rests with fifa.
martintheveg
yep streghtening a side means sometimes gam,bling with who you can get
ozanne park rangers
I just think time is running out for you!
merlin
Derby are down. Which 2 from the bottom 6.
storagematt
Not us we will stay up now that we have some good players and a decent center back
Backslash2010
Which 2? Fulham and Sunderland!
merlin
 

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