Dio makes Pompey safe for another year
By Site reporter
Saturday 16 May 2009 17:25:00
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Pompey will be in the Premier League for the seventh successive season in August.

Newcastle's home defeat to Fulham makes the Magpies the third team who cannot catch the Blues.

It takes the pressure off for the final two games, in which Pompey will now want to go out on a high and move a place or two up the table to earn more Premier League money.

Ex-Pompey striker Diomansy Kamara got the goal that sent Toon spiralling to what could be a fatal defeat.

No-one is relegated yet, but it's three from West Brom, Boro, who drew with Aston Villa, Hull, Newcastle and Sunderland, who visit Fratton on Monday.

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