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St Landrew

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  • Birthday 09/28/1958
  1. Believe me, I've thought about it many times. If only to stop the headlines: Biggest thread of all time on Southampton FC devoted Football Forum is about their rivals Portsmouth FC. Doesn't make for good reading, does it..?
  2. I can't believe that over 26,000 posts have been made about that anonymous club down the road. I realise I have just added to it myself, and therefore the total has gone up again. I mean, what are we geting our knickers in a twist for... or is this just some kind of remote-post association thread now..?
  3. There's no way I'm even beginning to wade through this thread, so if anyone has already posted this, then I apologise: Pompey debt reportedly close to £120M
  4. Today's news of the M27 East neighbours will no doubt give this thread renewed life. Not that it needed any.
  5. Yeah, kind of knew I'd be late. But if I'd read through the thread, I'd have been even later.
  6. Just on Solent, Pompey have issued a statement that they are making preparations to go into administration on Friday, this week. Apologies if this has been posted earlier.
  7. Don't whether anyone has seen this. Complete lift from 606: Pompey Ask The Premier League & FIFA If they didn't mind if they let them win both the Premier League and the upcoming World Cup as it would assist them in attracting investment. The club didn't see it as unreasonable or in anyway detracting from the spirit of these competitions. Pompey are clearly a special club with special needs. Peter Storrie was unavailable for comment to confirm whether he had also approached Simon Cowell to allow Portsmouth FC to win this year's X Factor. However, BBC Sport understands that Pomp
  8. Without wading through this thread, did I hear correctly that David Gold, of all people, i.e. West Ham's co-owner might lend £10M to Pompey to stop them liquidating..? Of course, if they are then allowed to go into administration, after paying HMRC, he can whistle for his £10M. If they don't go into administration, they will stumble on towards the next banana skin. It's utterly ridiculous.
  9. Shouldn't think it'll be a problem. Their standards already appear to be too low, as it is.
  10. Another link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/p/portsmouth/8497491.stm
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