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ANDY AWFORD saw Pompey booed off the pitch after the 2-2

 

The Blues failed to live up to the highs of recent Fratton Park victories over Stevanage and Carlisle.
:lol:

 

That led to one angry supporter confronting Awford on his way to the tunnel.

 

 

The best, the very very best.

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And lets not forget:

...Awford is keen to see his side continue their unbeaten record against non-league opponents.

He said: ‘I’m pleased that record is still there and I’m hoping it will still be there in eight days time.’

 

So there it is - the pluckiest minnows' justifiable pride in not YET being dumped out of a cup competition by non-league opposition.

Roll on the replay :mcinnes:

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Official figures for Sunday:

 

Attendance: 10858

Away fans: 2384

 

Take off a few for the Aldershot fans in the home end and that's easily under 8500 home fans.

 

Massive.

 

...to be more precise, under 8000, they let in 500 servicemen for free.

 

Must have been like old times like when they used to open the gates to thousands of servicemen to help fill their ground back in 40s/50s.

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...to be more precise, under 8000, they let in 500 servicemen for free.

 

Must have been like old times like when they used to open the gates to thousands of servicemen to help fill their ground back in 40s/50s.

 

Surely some mistake. Thought it was only us who inflated our gates by giving away free tickets. Surely the bestest were queue if thirty deep to far in and the turnstiles couldn't cope with the throng?

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"Awford insists Pompey’s desire cannot be questioned". Well thats ****ing bad news for Pompey then. The only other explanation is that they're crap - and thats harder to fix.

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Retweet **** and win a little prize for being naive and easily-led...

Last time they got involved in this sort of caper they were voted the most active social media marketing reps for a utility company.

 

Though I guess Robinson could do with this cash while he rethinks what to do with a chunk of wasteland that makes Flanders look like a bowling green.

Are they still trading?

It's very quiet.

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Work to start this month

 

Work is due to commence later this month on developing a new club car park behind the north stand in Anson Road – and fans are being warned to expect disruption.

 

The scheme is part of the deal which saw planning permission granted for a new Tesco superstore on land currently used by the club for its main car park.

 

As a part of the deal, Pompey will get a new car park built off Anson Road, as well as an undisclosed seven-figure sum towards future stadium improvements.

 

Contractors will start work on the first phase of the development – creating the new club car park – on November 24.

 

Fans will still be able to access Fratton Park via Anson Road on foot, although this route will be reduced and there will also be restrictions on car parking until the work is complete.

 

The club currently use land behind the Fratton End as a main car park and off Anson Road for additional matchday car parking.

 

How this will affect fans over the next few weeks:

 

- December 13 v Accrington: Main car park open only

 

- December 26 v Wimbledon and January 3 v Tranmere: Anson Road and main car park open

 

- January 17 v Burton: Anson Road car park open only

 

Pompey chief executive Mark Catlin said: “We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused to fans by the works, but in the long run the deal is of great benefit to the club.

 

“We will keep fans informed via the official website and local media as the work progresses.”

 

Read more at http://www.portsmouthfc.co.uk/news/article/new-car-park-information-2080643.aspx#HITgCdeyIzvaJbok.99

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Banked? :lol:

 

Trousered in cash - spent - history!

 

So it's business as usual, and the few will soon have their 40,000 seater state-of-the-art stadium*.

 

 

*hard standing for a burger van.

 

Vintage RB, Thanks for the lol

In other news, some Boys from the Black Stuff have been seen banging on a locked door at Fatpipes shouting something about unpaid wages

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The last pompey legend to have a Thai wrapped around his neck was Avram - and just like Ray's daughter, he paid good money for it too.

 

I now have a mental image of Ray, Uncle Avram, Ray's daughter and a Thai belle in a 2-girl-on-grandads grind. Thanks very much...

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as well as an undisclosed seven-figure sum towards future stadium improvements.

 

That is a beautiful, vague, hope-giving but promising-nothing phrase for the hard of thinking to lap up.

I love the new era of transparency - it's so easy to see through it.

 

£10,000.01

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Meanwhile in Tesco-related retail news, man in onesie refused service in pompey store.

I should be able to wear whatever I want. I’m from Buckland – everyone wears their pyjamas to the shops...

 

Really? :scared:

 

 

If all goes to plan it shouldn't be long before they can hold sleepovers at their Fatpipes branch.

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Meanwhile in Tesco-related retail news, man in onesie refused service in pompey store.

I should be able to wear whatever I want. I’m from Buckland – everyone wears their pyjamas to the shops...

 

Really? :scared:

 

 

If all goes to plan it shouldn't be long before they can hold sleepovers at their Fatpipes branch.

 

I've seen the future of Fatpipes fashion. I just googled http://www.peopleofwalmart.com pyjamas :scared:

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