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http://www.football-league.co.uk/news/article/2015/stand-up-be-counted-a-portsmouth-fan-abroad-2533056.aspx

 

This is pretty great for a laugh. Some yank is one of their loyal shareholders and has visited the hallowed turf for the first time.

 

“I’m rarely, as my friends would tell you, lost for words like today, but I’m just so proud to be a small part of this club. Every part of Fratton Park is almost how I always imagined it to be.”

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http://www.football-league.co.uk/news/article/2015/stand-up-be-counted-a-portsmouth-fan-abroad-2533056.aspx

 

This is pretty great for a laugh. Some yank is one of their loyal shareholders and has visited the hallowed turf for the first time.

 

“I’m rarely, as my friends would tell you, lost for words like today, but I’m just so proud to be a small part of this club. Every part of Fratton Park is almost how I always imagined it to be.”

He imagined it was crap and it was not hard

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Thanks for those JF .... my favourite has to be .....

 

"The bottom line is that despite the title of this thread, the takeover has NOT collapsed, Al Fahim has NOT failed the FPPT, we are NOT going down and we are NOT going into administration."

 

Could somebody with more computer skills than me (ie 99.9% of you) attach that to our old friend from The Gulf War Pt 2, Comical Ali.

 

 

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Best I could knock up in a couple of free moments -- but better than nothing mate. :toppa:

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That'll be the training ground pitches that aren't ready for use yet: http://m.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/pompey/pompey-confident-fratton-pitch-is-on-course-1-6838206

 

Fortunately, no expense has been spared.

 

No sign of the new championship standard floodlights in that picture. Not even any sign of any work being done considering the whole works is being replaced right up to the point the electricity enters the stadium.

 

Are they waiting until the get into the championship before they install the championship standard floodlights?

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No sign of the new championship standard floodlights in that picture. Not even any sign of any work being done considering the whole works is being replaced right up to the point the electricity enters the stadium.

 

Are they waiting until the get into the championship before they install the championship standard floodlights?

 

Just waiting for the tesco to be hooked up to the mains so they can borrow some leccy to power them

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The Spinnaker farce rolls on...

 

They have painted it blue, but they didn't have permission too. :scared:

It turns out the tower was built with a massive grant and any changes are now controlled by the lottery fund.

Part of the funding deal was that they have a say over sponsorship, and presumably will be wanting some of their money back...no one has told them about the Emirates gig, nor asked them - nor offered them a cut of the new money!

 

It's a funny old city that seems to have a unique take on monetary things.

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I feel dirty after each visit but The Portsmyth News is just too good not to visit for a giggle or two!!

 

I really do believe that Factless Allen really maybe one of us on a wind up.

 

Todays little gem ahead of their big local derby match tomorrow. ........

 

http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/pompey/cook-calls-for-start-of-pompey-winning-mentality-1-6842775

 

Pompey were granted use of Westleigh Park to train on earlier this week – a gesture appreciated by the League Two outfit.

 

The clubs possess a strong relationship and, since community ownership, the Hawks are these days allowed to keep all gate receipts.

 

An estimated crowd of 2,500 turned up last year, while the previous campaign 3,009 attended to boost the non-league club’s coffers.

 

And Cook is eager for the relationship to remain.

 

He added: The quality of their playing surface was frightening really, it is in fantastic condition

 

.... obviously the "compared to our cabbage patch at FP and our training ground" was edited out.

 

‘You have got to have relationships. Hopefully, once our training ground is up and running properly we will return the favour.

H&W officials will be grateful that their Reserves and u 10's team will have somewhere to practice soon.‘It is important that it’s not just take, take, take. It shouldn’t be like that.

 

We are a massive football club, everyone knows that, and if we can offer help to some of the smaller clubs around us then we will do it :mcinnes: and another :mcinnes: for good measure.

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Want to know what other clubs in League Two think of the blue few? This is from a write-up of a 'meet the manager' session at AFC Wimbledon, regarding Matt Tubbs. NA is Neal Ardley, the manager, Bassey is Simon Bassey the assistant manager.

 

"As for Tubbs, we were ever going to lose him to one team, the one he signed for in January. It’s only 30 minutes for him there as opposed to over 2 hours travelling for us, and initially it was us and them after him – the latter the favourites... When we won at Fratton Park, and Tubbs showed his non-celebration, NA and Bassey were inbetween him as they walked off, and NA said “I wouldn’t want to play for that lot”…"

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A number of the blue few are asking whether they are due a sell on fee for Begovic. I imagine, that if one existed, they would not be entitled to it in any case due to at least one administration falling in between the sale of Begovic and today.

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A number of the blue few are asking whether they are due a sell on fee for Begovic. I imagine, that if one existed, they would not be entitled to it in any case due to at least one administration falling in between the sale of Begovic and today.

 

They should keep quiet, they'll probably owe spurs another million quid or something equally as daft and suspicious as the last begovic transfer!

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They should keep quiet, they'll probably owe spurs another million quid or something equally as daft and suspicious as the last begovic transfer!

 

Yes I seem to recall Spurs getting money for not signing him... No wonder United don't like Levy, he can get money out of anything!

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I shouldn't. No it really is stereotypical.

 

Oh alright then

 

That old use of a Skate, possibly she needed a push to get over the edge

 

http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/Mini-driver-smashes-fish-van-pleasuring-sex-toy/story-26891651-detail/story.html

 

[h=1]Mini driver smashes in to fish van while pleasuring herself with sex toy[/h]By The Bristol Post | Posted: July 13, 2015

 

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​A Mini driver who smashed in to the back of a van in Cirencester was pleasuring herself with a sex toy, it has been claimed

 

Comments (3)A Mini driver who smashed in to the back of a van in Cirencester was pleasuring herself with a sex toy, it was claimed this morning.

The woman, who was said to be in her 30s, was spotted on video holding a Rampant Rabbit-like sex toy and buttoning up her trousers after hitting the back of a stationary fish van.

She had been stuck in static traffic in the Gloucestershire town when her vehicle lurched forward in to the back of the M & J Seafood van in front.

But it was only when the firm's management went to check footage on their vehicle's rear camera that they realised what had happened.

 

 

Read more: http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/Mini-driver-smashes-fish-van-pleasuring-sex-toy/story-26891651-detail/story.html#ixzz3fob9wSZq

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Wow, that's a lot of skates creaming themselves about the team running along the promenade - doing it 'old skool' apparently.

 

I wonder, if they actually had decent training facilities with a decent training surface whether they would have to run along the beach? Perhaps the local goodwill has run out and no-one else will lend them a bit of grass to train on?

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Wow, that's a lot of skates creaming themselves about the team running along the promenade - doing it 'old skool' apparently.

 

I wonder, if they actually had decent training facilities with a decent training surface whether they would have to run along the beach? Perhaps the local goodwill has run out and no-one else will lend them a bit of grass to train on?

 

Called it ;) !:

 

Those pikeys are basically blagging their way around anywhere who will let them use their land for a day or two.

 

Southsea common next, then the beach. Maybe now is the time to bed in at Moneyfields.

 

That is quite funny though, a pioneering manager utilising the latest methods in sport science and physiotherapy, "Its meant to ****ing hurt!", this Cook chap will be good value for a phew LOLs

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A quick visit to The Shytesmyth News site ailed to provide any really Lolage, but this little snippet came as no surprise.

 

http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/local/portsmouth-drivers-second-worst-in-uk-for-road-rage-1-6847067

 

Hardly surprising when you realise just how mad and frothing at the gills, just seeing a Royal Mail Van or any other red vehicle must make them, after the furore over The Spunknicker Tower!!

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A quick visit to The Shytesmyth News site ailed to provide any really Lolage, but this little snippet came as no surprise.

 

http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/local/portsmouth-drivers-second-worst-in-uk-for-road-rage-1-6847067

 

Hardly surprising when you realise just how mad and frothing at the gills, just seeing a Royal Mail Van or any other red vehicle must make them, after the furore over The Spunknicker Tower!!

 

 

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To be fair, the dopey degenerate denziens of that fat infested island swamp - should (and likely shall) celebrate this.

 

Discounting statistics for things like: "Places where Inhabitants F*ck the Most Fish"; "Citizens Most Likely to Destroy their own Town after Winning a Football Match"; "Places where Incest is considered the Normal Way of Life" - and of course, "Highest Number of Paedophiles Per Capita" -- it is highly likely that this will be the last time residents of that filthy sh*t-hole will ever get to see p*rtsmouth listed above Southampton in a table. ;)

 

Just let the poor c*nts enjoy their moment in the limelight. :p

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kF6GuJc.png

 

 

To be fair, the dopey degenerate denziens of that fat infested island swamp - should (and likely shall) celebrate this.

 

Discounting statistics for things like: "Places where Inhabitants F*ck the Most Fish"; "Citizens Most Likely to Destroy their own Town after Winning a Football Match"; "Places where Incest is considered the Normal Way of Life" - and of course, "Highest Number of Paedophiles Per Capita" -- it is highly likely that this will be the last time residents of that filthy sh*t-hole will ever get to see p*rtsmouth listed above Southampton in a table. ;)

 

Just let the poor c*nts enjoy their moment in the limelight. :p

 

Surprised that you forgot 'highest number of radicalised terrorists buggering off to Syria' but apart from that, pretty good synopsis :)

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Surprised that you forgot 'highest number of radicalised terrorists buggering off to Syria' but apart from that, pretty good synopsis :)

 

 

If you lived in Somerstown - you'd probably think Syria looks like paradise too mate. ;)

 

It says something about your city, when moving to Syria is considered to offer a higher likelihood of enjoying a better way of life.

 

 

 

Most water dispersed in one go by a sitting MP?

 

If she was only "sitting" -- we could have avoided the lamentable South-Coast-wide, summer-long hosepipe ban, severe drought, and water-rationing that followed. :(

 

It's when she's performing an ungainly, extravagantly explosive belly-flop that everywhere South of London starts building arks. :D

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That makes The Echo looks like Universal Studios.

Anyone seen Talk Solent TV which is cobbled together badly at Highbury?

 

I can only assume that one of their top trainees also produced that excuse for a video interview with Cook at pompey's new groundshare.

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The choice was there, the forward could have stayed with champions Burton Albion as part of their glorious charge up the leagues, yet he elected to linger precisely where he was.

 

Pompey was the lure too irresistible to ignore for the McGurk.

 

:lol:

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Hmm, only just found out they've signed McGurk - he's a good lower league player - they must be forking out a wedge to get some of this lot in.

 

Frankly I'm SHOCKED to see them spunking money at players they probably can't afford in order to mortgage their success... again.

 

On the flipside, I do expect them to get promoted this season. As do all of their fans, obviously. It'll take a little while to work out that getting themselves into L1 isn't going to pay off the debts they accrue overspending in L2. And getting themselves into the Championship isn't going to pay off the debts they accrue overspending in L1. Because they'll just keep spending money they don't have.

 

By that point they'll be forfeiting on payments all over the place again anyway, if they haven't been nailed for not paying NI/VAT/other clubs... Who thinks they'll be spending on their infrastructure? :D

 

The stupid bit being they should be more than capable of getting out of L2 within a reasonable budget, they've surely got at least double the income of most down there. But they just can't help themselves.

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Hmm, only just found out they've signed McGurk - he's a good lower league player - they must be forking out a wedge to get some of this lot in.

 

Frankly I'm SHOCKED to see them spunking money at players they probably can't afford in order to mortgage their success... again.

 

On the flipside, I do expect them to get promoted this season. As do all of their fans, obviously. It'll take a little while to work out that getting themselves into L1 isn't going to pay off the debts they accrue overspending in L2. And getting themselves into the Championship isn't going to pay off the debts they accrue overspending in L1. Because they'll just keep spending money they don't have.

 

By that point they'll be forfeiting on payments all over the place again anyway, if they haven't been nailed for not paying NI/VAT/other clubs... Who thinks they'll be spending on their infrastructure? :D

 

The stupid bit being they should be more than capable of getting out of L2 within a reasonable budget, they've surely got at least double the income of most down there. But they just can't help themselves.

 

who says they are overspending and getting players in they can't afford? Their income dwarfs the rest of the teams in that league so they can afford to outbid and out pay other teams for players.

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I can't see them promising a promotion and then failing to deliver it, they are favourites after all.

So I expect them to rip up the division like the massive club that they are.

 

I still haven't seen an interview with the floodlights that have dropped down two divisions to be part of the journey...

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who says they are overspending and getting players in they can't afford? Their income dwarfs the rest of the teams in that league so they can afford to outbid and out pay other teams for players.

 

Yes, but signing up older players on 2 and 3 year deals will cause them a headache in a year or two. Again.

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The plucky heroes battled hard to score an 89th minute winner against Gosport, who clearly were no match for their more illustrious opponents. The new players seem to be coping well with living up to the legacy of the two-time English league champions

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The plucky heroes battled hard to score an 89th minute winner against Gosport, who clearly were no match for their more illustrious opponents. The new players seem to be coping well with living up to the legacy of the two-time English league champions

 

Hot on the heels of a 1-1 draw vs plucky Bognor, during which their new 'star' signing got injured and left the ground wearing a knee brace...

 

http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/pompey/pompey-roberts-suffers-injury-at-bognor-1-6857028

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