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Allan Hopeful On Extended Pompey Stay

Scott Allan has said it was a no brainer to return to Pompey when the chance came up, and he'd be happy to stay there for a while.

Speaking to the Birmingham Mail Allan clearly enjoyed his spell with Appy last season, and he's delighted to have the chance to do it again this season.

'I jumped at the chance to come back when it came up. I get on really well with the gaffer and I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the club when I was last here. It was a no brainer for me, I have no doubts about coming back. Hopefully I can extend the loan if things go well for me and the club.'

Another good chance to increase his experience, and from what I can tell Pompey fans are glad to see him return.

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Writer: Baggy Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 1 2012

Time: 5:26PM

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We certanly are glad to have hom back at the Park, Anyone watching the game at Sheffield United on Mondu could see how he fitted straight in but ran out of steam in the second half.

Good luck on Monday to the Baggies!!!
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I'd heard he'd slotted in well again for you, was a good spell for him last time round, hopefully he can help push you up the table and make life a little easier for you while he's there Dave.
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