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Usual Suspects....

What’s that Shep? Trouble down at Old Fratton?

Football

Portsmouth: A Tragedy Envisioned

This blog was partly inspired by the financial debacle which brought Portsmouth FC to its knees.  It was inconceivable to me not only that a club could be run in such a fashion, but also that owners could walk away, unaccountable, leaving supporters to bear the pain of their misdeeds. 29 more words

Club Ownership

Hallowed wembley turf branded "a national disgrace"

Team incapable of fielding full complement of substitutes caught up in slander case after “pot; kettle; black” outburst from former Chief Executive

Portsmouth remarkably defied the odds with a victory against Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley yesterday. 742 more words

Administration

Pompey crisis 'really hurts' - Storrie

Peter Storrie has defended his part in Portsmouth’s financial crisis, but amazingly revealed he was paid the same win bonus as the players.

Storrie has stepped down as chief executive in the wake of the club going into administration, although he is still working in a consultancy role at Fratton Park. 247 more words

Sport

Will Androniko fix Portsmouth's Financial Problems?

In one of the most unpredictable seasons in the Premier League, the one thing that is predictable is that Portsmouth most certainly will be relegated. With the Premier League… 724 more words

Football

Portsmouth administrator blames former chief exec Peter Storrie

Portsmouth’s administrator says former chief executive
Peter Storrie should take a ‘large part’ of the blame for the club’s huge financial problems.

Portsmouth’s administrator says former chief executive Peter Storrie should take a ‘large part’ of the blame for the club’s huge financial problems. 240 more words

Football

Andronikou: Storrie must take some blame

Portsmouth’s administrator
Andrew Andronikou claims former chief executive
Peter Storrie must bear part of the blame for the crisis that has engulfed the club.

Andronikou was speaking after the Premier League confirmed a nine-point deduction as a sanction for Portsmouth going into administration, action that should guarantee relegation. 313 more words

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