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Sensational Twist In Pompey Saga As Chainrai Pulls Out

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Balram Chainrai and Portpin have dropped their bid to take over again at Pompey. They are reportedly unhappy their efforts have met a 'wall of rejection' from the administrator. Now all eyes are on administrator Trevor Birch and the Pompey Supporters' Trust to see if they can finalise a deal for the PST to take ....

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Pompey's Latest Injury-time Winner Is More Important Than Most

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   In the end it was strangely predictable. On the day the administrator had named as the one on which Pompey needed to be free of all their high earners, they were. They left it late, but within the last 24 hours of the period set aside to move the ket men on, the final two - Tal Ben Haim and Liam Lawrence - ....

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Pompey Aren't Out Of The Woods Yet, But Can See Daylight Between Trees

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   It might be too simplistic to say simply that 'Pompey are saved' but if ever there was a day on which the club fortunes took a turn for the better, this was it. First came the news that Tal Ben Haim had agreed a deal to walk away from Fratton Park - then came a unanimous vote from Portsmouth city councillors ....

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Birch And Ben Haim Are Closer On Negotiations - But Not On Opinions

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Tal Ben Haim says he and Pompey are now just £300,000 apart as they try to reach agreement over his Pompey exit, while administrator Trevor Birch has been forced to defend himself against accusations from the defender that he will to blame if the club go out of business. Ben Haim accused Birch of conducting ....

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Maybe Pompey Don't Have To Let All Players Go...

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Pompey thought they had to get rid of every one of last season's squad in order to balance the books ready for new owners - but Liam Lawrence may prove an exception. The skipper has told The News he is talking to the club about the possibilty of signing a longer contract on a much smaller monthly wage in order to ....

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As Old Guard Leave Pompey, New Troops Hit The Frontline

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Pompey's first home game since relegation to League could feel a little like the changing of the guard at Fratton Park. With another two of the old stagers - Tal Ben Haim and Dave Kitson - on their way out of the club, leaving Liam Lawrence as the only senior player from last season, the youngsters they have left ....

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Revealed: The Bid That Can Bring Pompey Back Into The Real World

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   The Pompey Supporters' Trust today outlined their bid to save Portsmouth Football Club. The announcement was made in front of regional media in Bishop's Waltham as the Trust outlined their proposal to not only take over the club, but regain Fratton Park. Should the Trust be successful in purchasing the club, they ....

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Brann Gets Huseklepp Going - And Then There Were Four

  And then there were four - but still four too many. Erik Huseklepp and Greg Halford are the latest senior players to leave Fratton - leaving just Kanu, Tal Ben Haim, Liam Lawrence and Dave Kitson as the men they need to move on in order to survive for a new start in League One. Norwegian Huseklepp, 27, joined Pompey from Bari less than a year ago and has now joined ....

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Are Pompey Edging To Salvation? One Familiar Figure Thinks So...

  Pompey fans won't always have believed everything Andrew Andronikou has told them, but they will at least want to believe he is right when he says efforts to avoid the club being liquidated are moving the Blues in the right direction. It comes as the number of players the club need to get off the wage bill reduces further - while talk of comproimses for those ....

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Ben Haim Didn't Put Pompey In Trouble, But May Put Them Out Of Business

  Trevor Birch says Pompey are two or three weeks away from liquidation as he names Tal Ben Haim as the symbol of where it's all gone wrong for the club. The Israeli defender will not walk away from his £36,000 a week contract and no-one wants to sign him - the sort of scenario which leaves Pompey with a financial noose around their neck that needs to loosen ....

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Another Pompey 'statement' - Another Slice Of Bad News

  You can bet these days that when Pompey put something out called a 'statement' it's not going to be good news. Some would say the same is true when Trevor Birch speaks - and that's more to do with the fires he is having to fight than any criticism of his outlook. Sure enough, another day brought another round of bad news from the club and from Birch as warnings of ....

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Gibraltar Clash Could Represent Big Step For Pompey's Youngsters

  Pompey’s clash with Gibraltar on Friday is a first chance of the season for their group of teenage hopefuls to show Michael Appleton they can do a job for him in League One. The likes of Adam Webster, Ashley Harris and Sam Magri will never have a better chance of carving out regular first-team places, with most if not all of Pompey’s senior players likely ....

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Pompey's Changing Of The Guard Gathers Pace

  The changing of Pompey’s guard is gathering pace as the departures of Erik Huseklepp and Luke Varney loom closer and Michael Appleton increases the number of trialists at the club’s summer training camp. French midfielder Julien Lopez, Greek defender Sotoris Balafas and ex-Barnsley keeper David Preece have linked up with the squad abroad – joining ....

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Pompey's New Faces Soak Up Sun - But Older Heads Are Under A Cloud

  As Pompey's potential new set of players set to work in Spain, one of the senior men left behind has accused the club's administrators of poor communication in their attempts to move high earners off the books. The ten-day training camp kicked off with a host of new faces - including former Leeds and Charlton winger Lloyd Sam, Izale Mcleod, Simon Gillett, Brian ....

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Fresh Hope For Pompey Boss In Bid To Ship Out High Earners

  Michael Appleton believes the departure of a couple more of the club's higher earners could help ease others out of the door. Aaron Mokoena and Hayden Mullins are on their way - but there are another half a dozen or so the Blues must move on to reduce the wage bill. But if Appleton hoped the opening pre-season friendly at Havant might put a few players back in the ....

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Pompey Wave Goodbye To Two More Players - And Ten More Points

  Pompey have managed to lose another two players off the wage bill - but they also appear to have shed another 10 points. Aaron Mokoena has agreed the termination of his contract and looks set to sign for Bidvest Wits in his native South Africa, while Hayden Mullins is Birmingham City-bound. But if that's two steps forward, the Blues have taken another huge one back ....

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Ashdown Set For Boro Trial As Mullins Is Linked With Birmingham

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Former Pompey keeper Jamie Ashdown is reportedly having a trial at Championship side Middlesbrough. The shot-stopper was released by Pompey at the end of the season, after spending eight years at Fratton Park. In that time he rarely made the Number One spot his own, making just 109 appearances in that time, and he ....

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Pompey Crank Up The Pressure On Awol Striker

  Pompey are investigating whether they may have grounds to cancel Kanu's contract after revealing he is in Nigeria. Administrator Trevor Birch may call in the PFA over the striker's absence, which has raised hopes the Cup final goal hero may have shot himself in the foot by failing to report for the start of pre-season training. Kanu is one of a number of senior ....

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Pompey Chase Motherwell Midfielder

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Pompey are hoping to sign Motherwell midfielder Steven Jennings if they can sort out their financial situation, according to reports in Scotland. The 27-year-old former Tranmere star is out of contract and Motherwell are looking to cut costs after the expulsion of Rangers from the Scottish Premier League put the financial viability of Scottish football in doubt. Championship side Peterborough and League One rivals ....

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The Future's Bright At Pompey Under 'impressive' Appy

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Pompey's new Head of Recruitment Luke Dowling now knows the scale of his job after the first day of pre-season training, but he is optimistic about Pompey's long-term prospects under Michael Appleton. Dowling (33) quit Crystal Palace to join the club after the Pompey boss impressed him with his enthusiasm and ....

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Well You Wouldn't Expect A Normal Pre-season At Pompey...

  Any other club experiencing an opening day of pre-season like the one that kicked off Pompey's 2012-13 efforts would have had everyone from the manager to the fans throwing up their hands in horror and disbelief. But this is Pompey, where the olny senior pros in attendance all need to be sold before the season starts and where the unbelievable is believable. Boss ....

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Hardyman Backs Young Guns To Lift Pompey's Pre-season Gloom

Latest from truebluearmy.com I   Pompey Academy assistant manager Paul Hardyman has backed the club's young talent to lift the gloom around Fratton Park as pre-season training gets underway. Pompey are struggling for professionals as Michael Appleton's men return from the summer break on Monday, but Hardyman backs the likes of Ashley Harris, Sam ....

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Three Reasons Why It Could Be A Vital Week For Pompey

  Pompey will aim to start the week by taking a big step towards financial salvation ... by selling Aaron Mokoena, Luke Varney and David Norris. Although the sale of that trio would not be the end of the club's attempts to trim the wage bill to a level that propsective new owners could handle, it would be a major move towards it. Pompey boss Michael Appleton said it ....

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Pompey Line Up Targets They Can't Sign - But They Can Bring In Coach

  Pompey's new head of recruitment says plenty of work is going on behind the scenes to assemble a new squad - even though they can't actually sign targets yet. The Football League has refused to lift the Blues' transfer embargo but new man Luke Dowling appears relaxed about the obstacle. He told The News: ‘The Football League’s embargo is frustrating but ....

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Will Leeds Treble Their Pompey Buys?

  Luke Varney is reported to be closing in on a move to Leeds - with David Norris a contender to join him. Varney and Norris are available for cut-price fees as the Blues try to slash the wage bill ready for a new start in League One. Reports in West Yorkshire say Leeds boss Neil Warnock is keen on landing the pair, with talks having taken place. The Yorkshire Evening ....

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