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Pompey Are Listening, But Will They Go On Listening?

It's a start, but little more. Pompey have extended the period in which fans can renew season tickets at early-bird prices - but they still have a long way to go to quell the anger they have caused with their price hikes and payment restrictions. Supporters now have until April 28 to renew at the lower prices, and Pompey are hopeful that within that time the option to pay by credit or debit card ....

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How Wigan's Interest Could Strengthen Pompey Boss's Hand

Pompey are likely to be untroubled by reports which have emerged linking Steve Cotterill with becoming the new manager of Wigan in the summer. The Sunday Mirror says Roberto Martinez's position will be reviewed at the end of the season - whether or not they stay in the Premier League - and claims Cotterill is seen as an ideal replacement because of what he has achieved at a number of clubs on ....

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Defender Is Enjoying Fratton Life Again

Hermann Hreidarsson has headed off on international duty feeling fit and strong – and enjoying an end-of-season free of relegation worries. The defender represents Iceland in a Euro 2012 qualifier in Cyprus this week back to top form after a long spell on the sidelines recovering from a ruptured Achilles. His return to Pompey’s starting line-up has coincided with their climb up the ....

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Duo Stay At Pompey ... Midfielder Moves ... Match Moves Too

Stability has been a rare commodity at Fratton Park in recent times, but it looks like Pompey may at least be getting some now in the form of Steve Cotterill’s backroom staff. The two coaches who remained after Avram Grant left for West Ham and took Paul Groves with him – Ian Woan and Guy Whittingham - have been rewarded with new contracts. Cotterill said he was delighted the pair ....

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High Praise For Pompey's Clean-sheet Hero

He's one of the key men behind Pompey's success in the past six weeks - and now Jamie Ashdown has earned high praise for his performances from one of the people behind him. Goalkeeping coach John Keeley says Ashdown has made huge progress this year - and has revealed one of the key factors involved in the keeper's high standards which have helped the Blues keep eight clean sheets in nine ....

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I'd Love To Put A Pompey Shirt On By End Of The Season

Danny Webber hopes to follow in Hermann Hreidarsson's footsteps and play competitively for Pompey before the end of the season. The pair both suffered serious injuries on the same day at Spurs last season and now that the Icelandic defender is back in the frame, former Sheffield United and Watford striker Webber is keen for a similar comeback. Webber won't put a date on when he hopes to be in ....

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Pressure Grows On Pompey Over Season-ticket Storm

Pompey are under pressure to rethink their season-ticket price increase - or at least some of the conditions attached it. Scores of fans have been critical of the club for the increases themselves and for the short period they are giving people to pay up to take advantage of cheaper prices, and the limits on payment options. Now one supporters' group is to meet David Lampitt to ask for a review ....

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Pompey Defender's Delight At Overdue 'throw-in Goal'

Greg Halford set up a winning goal for Pompey with one his long throw-ins – then admitted: It’s about time. There was plenty of talk about the on-loan Wolves defender’s Stoke-style missiles into the box when he arrived at Fratton, but they haven’t caused too many goals or near misses – until now. And now Halford hopes the victory at Leicester can spur the Blues on ....

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A Bit Of Bonding Leaves Pompey Well-set For Final Furlong

Steve Cotterill hopes Pompey can be first past the post at Leicester after a spot of team bonding at the Cheltenham festival. He revealed a number of his squad had chosen to spend their day off with a trip to the races – and he hopes it will help them carry on their fine recent run of results. He has also spoken of the importance of the Blues’ two upcoming away games in defining how ....

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Cotterill Weighs Up Pompey Targets - Including Geographical Ones

The 2011-12 season may be some way off, but Pompey boss Steve Cotterill is already planning for it. He is trying to put into place plans for the Blues’ pre-season tour- which may take them to Austria or the east coast of the USA – and is also working on the names of players he’d like to add to his squad. Advertisement Cotterill is keen to avoid a ....

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Boss Cotterill Makes Plea To One Of Pompey's Championship Rivals

Steve Cotterill is hoping Swansea will see the benefit of allowing his namesake David to stay at Fratton Park. The Welsh winger is unlikely to feature much in the Swans first team and Pompey reckon it suits everyone for him to be allowed to spend another month at Fratton. It would increase competition for places across the midfield as Liam Lawrence returns to full ....

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Defender's Verdict On Pompey's Fading Play-off Hopes

Ricardo Rocha is taking a ‘you never know’ view as the debate rages over whether Pompey can still push for the play-offs. The Portuguese defender has been a key member of a team which has secured seven clean sheets in eight. He was frustrated the Blues could not turn possession into a win against Boro on Saturday, and has also been reflecting on a year at Fratton which has never been ....

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What Pompey Need To Do To Make The Play-offs

Liam Lawrence reckons a win at Leicester next weekend can reignite Pompey's play-off push - but he admits they probably need to win all their remaining nine games to make a top-six finish. The Irishman had mixed feelings after making his comeback from injury in the 0-0 Fratton Park draw with Middlesbrough. He was delighted to be back - but gutted the Blues hadn't managed the win their ambitions ....

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Boro Are The New Pompey - And That Makes Them Dangerous

Steve Cotterill has warned that Pompey’s next opponents, Middlesbrough, are fighting to get away from the Championship danger zone just like the Blues have done in recent weeks. The Pompey boss is wary of the threat Tony Mowbray’s team will bring to Fratton Park as they bid to pull away from danger. They beat Derby at the Riverside in midweek and have picked up useful points in ....

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I'm Loving My New Pompey Role

Joel Ward has thanked his team-mates for helping him take to his new midfield role like a duck to water. The converted defender’s displays in a new floating role have put him among the fronteunners for the player-of-the-season prizes. The Emsworth lad’s form has been a key ingredient of Pompey’s recent winning run and he shone again as the sequence came to an end at Bristol ....

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Clash Of Form Teams Will Be A Tough Test For Pompey

  It’s hard to preview a Pompey game and concentrate on that game at the moment. Games aren’t games on their own merits any more – for the time being, they are part of the bigger picture. In the case of Pompey’s trip to Bristol City, it’s all about whether they can gain a seventh straight win and clean sheet. This 100 per cent run ....

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The Unlikely Heroes Who Are The Toast Of Pompey

  Steve Cotterill has paid tribute to two of the unlikely heroes of Pompey’s recent winning run. He praised Hermann Heidarsson and Jamie Ashdown for their part in the win over Sheffield United and the victories that have preceded it. Last summer, you would have been foolish to think either player had much part to play in this campaign. Ashdown was released by ....

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Trio Face Fitness Fight As Pompey Get A Warning Over Blades

Steve Cotterill will have to check his treatment room before naming the side he will send out in search of a sixth straight win at home to Sheffield United on Saturday. Three key men are facing battles to be fit –with one pretty much ruled out already. Meanwhile, one of the heroes of Tuesday’s win over Scunthorpe says the Blues must expect a ‘scrap’ against the struggling ....

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One Of Those Nights For Pompey? Not In The Way Kitson Feared

Dave Kitson says he feared it was going to be one of those nights when he missed a chance against Scunthorpe - only to end his Fratton end drought a few minutes and spark a win he says Pompey must still look to build on in the coming games. Kitson, who got the first in the 2-0 win over The Iron, says the up and down nature of the Blues' season so far means they can take nothing for granted about ....

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Extra Bbc Fm Coverage Of Pompey For Portsmouth Area Thanks To Deal With Express Fm

BBC Radio Solent’s commentaries on Portsmouth FC games will now be heard on an extra FM frequency in south-east Hampshire, after the station came to the aid of community radio. Local non-profit station Express FM found itself without a commentary service when an independent producer pulled-out mid-season. They approached BBC Radio Solent and the two stations secured agreement from Portsmouth FC and the Football League to allow Solent’s commentaries to appear on 93.7 FM as part ....

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Nugent Closes In On Goals Target For Pompey

David Nugent hopes to get another step closer to his goals target by making it three in three games when Pompey host Scunthorpe on Tuesday night. The striker scored the opener at Ipswich and set up the second for David Cotterill – four days after making it double figures for the season with the winner against Crystal Palace. Advertisement Nugent felt Pompey ....

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Pompey Head For Mid-table Tussle That's Not About Mid-table Mediocrity

Pompey lose a few games and everyone’s predicting relegation. They then win a handful and it’s play-offs this, play-offs that. Is it like this at all clubs? Probably. The Championship table might be tightly-packed but the chances are Pompey are not going up nor down when the season ends on May 7. And the same is probably true of Ipswich, whose good recent run has carried them well ....

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Cotteril Hails His 'new Team' For Turning Pompey Fortunes Around

Pompey boss Steve Cotterill believes the squad’s mid-winter sunshine break helped them get their campaign up and running again – and he has praised the spirit of the ‘new team’ which has started picking up points again. The manager was reflecting on a run of five games in which the Blues’ only defeat has come away to leaders QPR. Since then they have won three and ....

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How Will Pompey Boss Change A Winning Team?

Pompey boss Steve Cotterill will have to weigh up how to change a winning team if Liam Lawrence wins his battle to be fit for the mid-table clash at Ipswich on Saturday. Lawrence has been using an oxygen chamber to speed up his recovery from a calf tear. Meanwhile, the goal hero of the win over Palace says the Blues can still dare to dream about finishing in the top six, even though the number ....

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Chainrai Speaks - But Does He Tell Us Anything New?

There will have been plenty of people watching the Sky Sports News special report on Pompey’s plight who learned something new – but most Blues fans will not have been among them. The fans who pressed Sky to make the prorgramme, and the people who made it, are to be congratulated on trying their best to get to the bottom of what’s happened and what may happen next. But it was ....

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