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A day in the life of FUTSAL

So the first question we have to ask ourselves is, what is FUTSAL? Well simply put, it is an indoor small sided form of the beautiful game that uses a weighted ball so that it encourages it to be played on the deck. 482 more words


How to Deal with A Whining Friend Whose Team is Destined for Relegation

Have a friend who goes on about how bad his club is? How his Nan could manage better? How the players care more about their pay packet then playing football? 707 more words


Old, new, borrowed, blue

We’ve seen a shift at Pompey over the past few months. Most noticeably, the improvement of our younger players.

Gone are the days of spending millions on the latest talent or building squads of far-flung footballers who aren’t entwined with the city’s heritage. 831 more words

The "mask of shame" has fallen

Many things can make you proud of your football club. Watching Pompey’s rebirth has been one of them.

The club have removed their mask of shame this season, casting aside memories of fallout from the Premier League, Championship and League One since 2010. 477 more words

Freeman in, deck to be shuffled?

Pompey’s loan capture of Sheffield United full-back Kieron Freeman could spark a tactical switch from Paul Cook.

Freeman, who will wear no. 17 during his stay, can operate on both sides of the back four – and will stay until the end of the season. 378 more words

Quiz: Can you name these obscure Premier League hat-trick heroes?

Hat-tricks aren’t just for Cristiano Ronaldo and Thierry Henry – see how you do at naming some of the more obscure players to net three goals in one Premier League match. 103 more words


PITC says Goodbye and Good Luck to Kirsty!

Kirsty McGee has been a permanent member of staff at Pompey in the Community for the last 10 years, but she is now moving on to pursue her career as a professional footballer with Reading FC Women, having been offered a full time playing contract. 258 more words