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Experienced Pair Are Latest Names In The Pompey Frame

Gareth Southgate and Steve Cotterill are the latest pair to be touted as potential successors to Avram Grant. Southgate has been out of work since being sacked by Middlesbrough in the first half of last season, while Cotterill has just led Notts County to the League Two title. Both appear to rival David James and Paul Groves, who are among other ....

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What's More Important Than Finding Pompey's Next Boss?

Pompey’s administrators say getting the club back on an even keel is more important than finding a new manager. Andrew Andronikou says finalising plans for the creditors’ voluntary agreement is the number one priorty – and finding Avram Grant’s successor can come after that. The coaching team will be asked to take the reins for now, fuelling speculation Paul Groves will ....

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Should James The Keeper Be James The Boss, Or Something Less, At Pompey?

David James has confirmed he is interested in going into coaching and management – but whether Pompey, 2010-11, should be the first such job on his CV is up for debate. Administrator Andrew Andronikou says he does not know if James is ready to be Pompey’s next manager – though some believe Andronikou should be sorting out the finances rather than football matters – and ....

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Grant's Departure Marks A Sad Day - And Another Cruel One

Typically, when it came, Avram Grant’s departure was a little crueller than it needed to be. On Tuesday morning, we were told he was off to West Ham that day. There and then. But Tuesday passed and he was still here; Wednesday the same. Could we hold on to Uncle Avram after all? No. Thursday night brought confirmation he was resigning, presumably ahead of accepting the job at Upton ....

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The King Could Stay At Pompey - And Might The Boss Follow His Lead?

Kanu is the surprise name on the list of players Pompey want to hang on to – but will he agree to the cut-price deal the club’s administrators must have drawn up to try to tempt him? The men running Pompey until a new owner comes in have indicated wages of £10,000 a week will be about the most anyone can expect to earn next season. Whether that will be enough to prevent Kanu ....

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Should They Stay Or Should They Go? Pompey Player Futures Are Decided

Pompey are days away from revealing which players they want to stay at Fratton Park and which ones are free to go. And it seems Hermann Hrediarsson, David James, Ricardo Rocha and the youngsters who forced their way into the Premier League line-up are among those still wanted.. Advertisement Hreidarsson has been offered a new deal while administrator Andrew ....

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Pompey Key Trio Could Go To Capital - But Will One Big Name Stay?

Three of Pompey’s FA Cup final team could be London-bound – as well, possibly, as manager Avram Grant. Grant has effectively given Pompey a deadline of the end of this week to go some way to sorting out their future to convince him to stay as manager, as many want him to do. West Ham are favourites to snap him up – and could ask him to take at least two of the Fratton ....

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Reality Dawns Again For Pompey's Captain

David James has told how Pompey’s players must look reality in the face again after the end of the FA Cup dream. The Pompey captain said losing his third final 1-0 hurt, but the team could at least look back on a game in which they pushed Chelsea all the way. Now James – reported to be in with a chance of a new contract offer at Fratton – is wondering what comes next in the ....

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A Bone To Pick - Brendon Bone's Thoughts On The Goings On At Fratton Park

So in the end, a one goal to nil scoreline can never reflect how great a game we witnessed at the home of football, but despite losing on paper, our fans were the real winners yesterday. The class of the 27000 Portsmouth fans that went en masse to Wembley yesterday shone through, and the powers that be, while certainly not embarassed by their lack of action this season, will certainly have noted ....

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Grant Looks Forward To The Final That's Good For English Football

It is a fairytale – and one Avram Grant doesn’t believe. But the man who has won so many Pompey hearts and minds in a few short months will soon realise that leading this team to the Cup final after they have been written off and shot at by so many is no far-fetched story. It’s reality – and he’s made it so. Grant has spent months telling the Premier League they ....

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Cup Final Build-up: James Reflects, Rival Recovers

David James looked ahead to Wembley and rejected suggestions his time at Pompey had been ‘turbulent’ – preferring instead to call it effervescent. The England keeper said he had enjoyed a wonderful time at Portsmouth despite there having been more downs than ups in the past 18 months of his four-season stay. Advertisement James says in the ....

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Pompey Pair Get Wembley Distractions, But Did They Want Them?

Two key members of Pompey’s Wembley party have had distractions to their build-up to Saturday – but whether either were of the unwanted variety is open to question. For David James, confirmation of a place in Fabio Capello’s initial World Cup squad of 30 will have been a welcome boost days before he plays his second FA Cup final in three seasons. But for Avram Grant, ....

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Star Man Is Struggling To Make Wembley For Pompey

Jamie O’Hara may have to play a cameo role in the Cup final at best after admitting he could do himself some serious harm if he risks aggravating a serious back injury by playing the full 90 minutes. The on-loan midfielder is desperate to play at Wembley to cap a year at Pompey he has thoroughly enjoyed and to make up for past disappointments linked to the national stadium. But a double ....

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It's 266 And Out For Pompey - But Hopefully No-one Will Be Out For Wembley

  The 266th game, and for now the final one, of Pompey’s Premier League era – or should that be their first Premier League era, takes them into low-key action at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon. While football’s eyes and minds will largely be on events at Stamford Bridge and Old Trafford, relatively few will take much interest in what happens ....

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Is Lloyd's Pompey Bid Running Out Of Steam?

  Suspicion is growing that Rob Lloyd and his backers may pull out of their bid to buy Pompey after administrators said they would pay creditors 20p in the pound. Lloyd, who has still yet to identify the individual or group he is fronting the bid for, says ‘the figures are tight’ and the purchase of the club would not be easy. Fans have reacted by ....

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A Few More Negatives - But It's A 'positive' Day For Pompey

  Some may beg differ but Andrew Andronikou said it was a ‘positive day’ for Pompey. There might have been revelations about new debts, and a new higher overall figure owed to anybody and almost everybody, but Pompey have moved a few steps closer to coming out of administration. At present all the big creditors, not forgetting the small ones, are in ....

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Warning Issued As Pompey Open Doors To Creditors

  Pompey stage their creditors’ meeting on Thursday with Paul Groves admitting plotting the future of the squad is impossible until more is known about how their finances will pan out. Hundreds of those owed money were due to pack into the Victory Suite under the Fratton End for the meeting, chaired by Andrew Andronikou with hopes high among fans that it ....

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Pompey Striker Wants A Central Role At Wembley

John Utaka believes Pompey’s improved league form can only help lift their confidence ahead of the FA Cup final. And he is hoping his goal against Wolves will help convince Avram Grant to make him one of only two or three players to make it two final appearances for the club. Advertisement The Nigerian scored his first Premier League goal of the campaign in ....

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Award-winner Tips Pompey To Bounce Back Quickly

Jamie O’Hara has thanked Pompey fans for his armful of player-of-the-season awards – and reckons they will be watching a Premier League side again soon. The midfielder, who swept the board as the awards were dished out on Saturday, believes the club’s decline is about to end to enable the Blues to jump back into the top ....

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If Grant's Made Up His Mind To Leave Pompey, Where's The Evidence?

Everyone seems to have a view on Avram Grant after his memorable, impassioned speech to Pompey’s fans that followed the win over Wolves and the squad’s lap of appreciation. And plenty are interpreting it as a goodbye. The Quay’s Chris Wise said his body language was different after his public words to the fans, the Sunday Mirror’s Paul Smith says that privately, Grant has ....

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It's All Gone Quiet On Lloyd's Pompey Bid

Pompey’s administrators say they are still waiting to receive a formal offer for the club from Rob Lloyd’s group. Andrew Andronikou, speaking on the day he pledged to fight on to get the Blues into Europe next season, said he had not heard from Lloyd for around a fortnight. ’ Advertisement Andronikou hopes to take Pompey out of administration by ....

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Utaka Praises Avram's Role

John Utaka has praised Pompey boss Avram Grant for giving him his confidence back, as he bids to claim a World Cup place after a season plagued by injuries and off-field upheaval. The Nigeria international as been recalled to the international fold as he will join up with Lars Lagerback's pre-squad for the tournament in England next week."His coming was a big boost for me. He told me to go ....

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Why Some Pompey Fans Need More Than Just A Price Cut

Pompey have significantly reduced season ticket prices for 2010-11 and probably would have struggled to cut them even further. But whether the move will be enough to get Fratton Park rocking again, as the club hope remains to be seen. Many existing seat holders will doubtless renew, encouraged by big percentage decreases in the cost of watching the Blues in the Championship next season. But all ....

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Premier League Chief Washes Hands Of Pompey's Debt Problems

The man in charge of the Premier League has washed his hands of any responsibility for Pompey’s estimated £120m debt – even though the league’s fit and proper person test failed to spot a series of owners buying the club with no money. Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore was quick to say the financial mess which has engulfed Fratton Park was nothing to do ....

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Pompey Owe Spurs 1m For Begovic

Pompey owe Tottenham a £1m sell on fee for Asmir Begovic – a player Spurs have never even owned.During the last hectic days of the January transfer window the deal to sell Younes Kaboul and Begovic was constructed as one deal with pricing set accordingly. ’ Advertisement When Begovic refused to sign for Spurs, it was agreed that they would receive a £1m sell on fee if Begovic was sold to anyone else in January.When Begovic signed for ....

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