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Defender Angry After Pompey Surrender Two Points

  Greg Halford says Pompey must take more of their chances if they want to start climbing the table. The defender was unhappy the team had not turned their clear-cut chances into the goals that would have killed off promotion hopefuls Blackpool before their equaliser from a late free-kick by Stephen Crainey. But he admitted a point was probably a fair return - and ....

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Pearce: Peterborough Win Showed Pompey's Togetherness

Jason Pearce said Pompey's win at Peterborough showed the togetherness in the Blues camp. The second away victory of the season was the perfect start to what is likely to be another difficult week at Fratton - with Pearce's own future in the spotlight as he is one of two players wanted by Ipswich. Michael Appleton may find himself under pressure to sell Pearce and other members of the squad, ....

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What's Behind Ipswich Bid For Pompey Star Pair?

Are Ipswich trying to get their own back for Pompey's pursuit of David Norris last year in bidding for Jason Pearce and Joel Ward? Or is it a serious attempt to take two players from a Championship rival who they believe will help shore up a leaky defence? Either way, if Michael Appleton has anything to do with, and we would hope he does, the men from Portman Road will face a battle to prise the ....

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Pompey Statement On Csi Administration

Portsmouth Football Club can today provide the following information regarding recent events as a result of issues relating to Vladimir Antonov and Snoras Bank: The club's parent company, Convers Sports Initiatives plc (CSI), has been placed into administration. Vladimir Antonov has resigned as chairman and director of Portsmouth Football Club. Portsmouth Football Club (2010) Limited – the company that operates PFC – is not in administration and continues to trade. The club ....

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Huseklepp: 'i've Been Made Welcome At Pompey!'

    New Pompey signing Erik Huseklepp has completed his move to Pompey and is looking forward to saturday's match iwth Bristol City, provided the paperwork is done in time. The club are awaiting international clearance, but Huseklepp has already trained with his new team-mates on Thursday. 'It's very nice to have in place here,' he told the Norwegian ....

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Former Pompey And Saints Stars Back Huseklepp To Be A Hit

    Former Pompey striker Azar Karadas has backed Norwegian striker Erik Huseklepp to be a hit in England. The Bari striker is mulling over a move to Pompey, although the deal is still some way from being complete, but if it comes off Karadas reckons Pompey would have a good player on their hands. 'I'd predict that Erik is thinking that he can either help ....

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Pompey Closing In On Transfer Targets At Last

    Pompey finally seem to be getting their transfer act together, with a permanent signing and a loan deal close to being completed. After a frustrating 37 days which has seen just free agent Christian Dailly arrive on a one-month deal, manager Steve Cotterill hopes to finally land a couple of his targets this week, In pole position for the permanent deal ....

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So Why Is Jamie Ashdown Like An Alfa Romeo?

Player Profile: Jamie Ashdown #1   Pretty much part of the Fratton Park furniture. Comfortably the longest-serving player at the club, since his move from Reading in 2004. He was nearly released last summer, but somehow can't get away... So, how does he shape up under the fan microscope? The message board on truebluearmy.com puts 'Paddy' through his ....

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New 'old-boy' Pearce Backed To Shine At Fratton

  Pompey defender Greg Halford has backed new signing Jason Pearce to be a big hit at Fratton Park. The 23-year-old central defender signed from Bournemouth in the summer for an undiclosed fee, making a return to the club he served as an apprentice. Pearce will have to wait to make his first start though, as he is suspended having been sent off in Bournemouth's ....

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Takeover: It's Never All Over, Until They're On The Pitch...

    The takeover of Portsmouth FC by the Convers Sports Initiative group is edging towards completion, but speculation a deal is done is premature. The News are reporting this morning the the deal could happen in the next 48 hours but one of CSI's front men Roman Dubov refused to be drawn:  ‘It’s “no comment” from me until ....

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Poll: Birmingham, Blackpool, Blackburn, Wigan Or Wolves? Who Prefer Pompey Fans Next Season?

  Birmingham City are the team most Pompey fans want to see relegated from the Premier League today. In a truebluearmy.com poll 42% said they wanted to see the 2011 Carling Cup winners drop back into the Championship. And Blackburn are the other club they'd like to see join West Ham in the second tier next season, with 20% opting for the Lancashire side. In one of the tightest relegation battle the Premier League has ever seen, five clubs separated by just a ....

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Lampitt Pulls No Punches On Pompey's Ownership Issue

Pompey chief executive David Lampitt has given his most forthright interview yet about the need to get a takeover deal done. Before now Lampitt has, understandably, had to sit on the fence on matters concerning the club's owners. But now, in an interview with The News, he acknowledge the importance of avoiding another summer of no-one knowing who will be holding the purse strings come the start ....

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Sj Maskell: Same Old, Same Old: Lessons From History As Takeover Edges Nearer

In mid-August 2009, when the Al Fahim buy-out saga was dragging its heels through the detritus of the transfer window, Radio Solent held a Pompey fans forum. At this forum Peter Storrie dropped heavy hints that he had an alternative to Al Fahim. Arabs with serious money he suggested, off-air. By 24 August speculation was rife. Pompey-fans.com ran an article entitled ‘Pick A Prince’ ....

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Window Of Opportunity? Not For Pompey It Wasn't

Transfer deadline days have got progressively quieter for Pompey in the past couple of years. But this one wasn’t just quiet – it was a complete non-event. The days of big names being chased, bought, sold or retained on the final day of January appear long gone – and while many fans will be quite heartened Pompey are no longet throwing cash around like confetti, as some clubs ....

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Pompey Defender's Premier League Dream

Ricardo Rocha has revealed his delight at getting the chance to rejoin Pompey – nd his determination to get the club back where they belong, in the Premier Leauge. The Portuguese defender, one of the stars of the win at Swansea, was speaking in the build-up to Saturday’s clash with Burnley, which he hopes will see the Blues continue another unbeaten run that can carry them into the ....

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Pompey's Fans And Staff Praised As (another) New Era Begins

The part Pompey’s fans and staff played in keeping the club ticking over during the darkest days of administration has been highlighted by chief executive David Lampitt. And Balram Chainrai marked the beginning of his second spell as owner of PFC by saying he would make no rash promises of what might be achieved – ahead of the job of making the club stable again after so many months ....

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It's Another 'pre-season' For Improving Pompey

Pompey are getting stuck into their third pre-season since Steve Cotterill took over – and the boss hopes it will help them carry on climbing the Championship table after the international break. Cotterill revealed he concentrated on sharpening up his players’ fitness levels during the last two-week break. It paid off with improved performances and, eventually, better results – ....

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Blues Are Bolstered - But Is It Enough To Down Town?

Pompey will have a more solid and recognisable look about them as they return to action after a fortnight’s break to take on Ipswich at Fratton Park. Ricardo Rocha, Dave Kitson and Kanu are all set to be in the 16, and Liam Lawrence will make his debut if his loan deal is signed and sealed by midday on Saturday. But will the new recruits be able to fire the Blues to their first league win ....

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Pompey's Next Step Could Be A Large Forward Stride...

Pompey are confident the Football League will effectively allow them to come out of administration. Administrator Andrew Andronikous says he cannot see why the league’s board won’t grant the Blues their league ‘share’ and approve Balram Chainrai’s plans to resume control at Fratton. The league can also ease Pompey’s transfer ....

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Lever 'deserves Chance' - But Is Stunned At Pompey Fans' Backlash

Pompey fans have been urged not to be so cynical about Tom Lever’s attempts to take over the club. The 21-year-old from Manchester is said to be ‘reeling’ over some of the comments aimed at him by Blues fans on internet messageboards. Now Neil Allen, chief sports writer for The News, says it’s time he was given a ....

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Chainrai And Kushnir Show Their Pompey Hand - But What Do You Think?

Pompey fans are giving a cautious response to Balram Chainrai and Levi Kushnir’s pledges and plans for the Blues. The pair have given a detail interview to The News – itself a bigger step forward than one or two previous custodians have chosen to take – but few supporters seem to be getting arried away on a tide of optimism. Advertisement A ....

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New Defender In Town As Old One Bids Farewell To Pompey Fans

Ibrahima Sonko is set to make his Pompey bow in Linvoy Primus’s testimonial on Saturday after revealing his delight at making the move to Fratton. And he could be joined in a strong Pompey team playing their last friendly before the season begins by the likes of Kanu, John Utaka and Prince Boateng. Advertisement Sonko has been speaking of his decision to ....

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A Couple Of Good Reasons To Go To Linvoy's Big Game

There aren’t too many bright spots on the Pompey horizon after their disastrous tour of America, but at least Linvoy Primus’s testimonial promises to be an uplifting day. The club have released more information about a day on which Fulham are the opposition and which will give Blues fans a final chance to see their team in action before the campaign proper ....

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Ex-captain Gives Pompey A Championship Warning

Dejan Stefanovic has warned Pompey they will not be on Easy Street when they begin life in the Championship. The former Fratton stalwart defender has spoken of his sadness at the way Pompey have hit the rocks. And he said they could not expect to bounce back into the Premier League without a real battle. Advertisement In an interview with The News, Stefanovic ....

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