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chatter-box Posted on 13/08/2019 23:26
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chatter-box Posted on 13/08/2019 23:55

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Well I've just listened to the whole interview.

What a really nice fella we've got running us. That's got to be the best interview any fan of a football club could ever listen too.

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Pedalo_menders Posted on 14/08/2019 00:06

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Get the poor lad a strepsil ffs
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woodstock222 Posted on 14/08/2019 08:13

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An excellent interview by Johnny Moore. Mr Eisner was open and honest and obviously has a long term plan and vision for Pompey. His approach is refreshing and his ambitions are exciting yet measured in a truly businesslike way. Surely there is no Pompey fan who can take issue with anything Mr Eisner has said. We are truly lucky to have such a man own our club.

Also notice how Johnny conducted the interview. Unlike those.rude, dismissive and arrogant BBC journalists Johnny applied the rule that says “God gave you two ears and one mouth so use them in the proportions that God gave them to you.” Johnny asked a question and then allowed Mr Eisner time to answer without interruption. Well done Johnny!
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Isaac-Hunt Posted on 14/08/2019 08:26

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Bluetag Posted on 14/08/2019 12:07

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Refreshingly honest, what a change for us [^]
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foreverblue62 Posted on 14/08/2019 12:20

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Thanks for the link. No one surely could watch that and come to any other conclusion than to say he's a really good guy with Pompey at heart and we are in very sensible and safe hands. If it's possible to deliver great things for PFC then he will do it.
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Dinksy Posted on 14/08/2019 13:01

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Don't confuse what Johnny Moore does with journalism, woodstock. He's just a mouthpiece for the club. Of course he's not going to deliver any awkward questions that may get him fired. Still, even that is better than the wall of silence we've experienced before.
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chatter-box Posted on 14/08/2019 13:44

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It isn't about JM. The answers that ME gave were so refreshing. We've got a good un there
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Bluenote Posted on 14/08/2019 14:14

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Liked the line about the Sunderland half at Wembley sounding like they were at church.....
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mikey393 Posted on 14/08/2019 14:50

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Great & very refreshing interview. Only listened to 1st half but will listen to the rest later. He certainly is a deep thinker about the club & fans. I liked the bit of travelling safe to the game & wanting to make it a better experience especially rail travel. He explained certain things were outside being able to implement himself having to rely on 3rd parties like P.C.C. & SW Rail. All in all excellent answers to very good open Qus. The best owner we've had by far in my lifetime I believe.
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chatter-box Posted on 14/08/2019 15:17

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He seems to have ideas about creating a new route to the Park from the railway. Thoughts anyone?
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stubby Posted on 14/08/2019 15:25

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Maybe taking trains up sidings as far as BQ
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Pompeyexileinoz Posted on 14/08/2019 15:45

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I just wish Johnny Moore would have asked what capacity Michael Eisner envisions Fratton Park will become under his stewardship as at the moment in my opinion we are about 10,000 short of where we need to be
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twoteefus Posted on 14/08/2019 22:38
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Listening to that reinforces the difficult decision I made to back the sale of the club.

He's not afraid to publicly admit to previous failures which is so refreshing as most successful people have quite a few of those. He gets the club, quite clearly. At the same time he's no ones fool.

It's also very obvious that Eric Eisner is the future of the club and he seems to be cut from the same cloth.

ME knows he's planting trees he probably won't see grow to full size and that's a very good thing for the club. After the last 40 years a bit of stability is most welcome.
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cunninglinguist Posted on 15/08/2019 03:11

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I'd like to know when we're gonna splash a few billion on getting to the PL, building a 60,000 seater stadium and sacking the likes of KJ? We need to be contending for winning the Champions League FFS!!!
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exgaffer Posted on 15/08/2019 08:40

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No, we need AT LEAST 70,000 capacity.

Anything less and we could have done it under fan ownership.

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