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Nick my boy,

failing to win against the shyt hawks makes it a 6 pointer with the baggies,

can see slop's running out of rope.:scared:

We are doing survival in style, none of this flashy winning to get 3 points in one go, but a point at a time. We are the invincibles, 5 in a row without defeat, that is getting the open top bus tour form, in your neck of the woods.

We are rewriting the history books, turn a cup final and team that finished 8th into a ship that Uncle Albert sailed

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This will cheer them up as their promotion push fades.

 

Jose Mourinho says atmosphere at Old Trafford is "quiet". "It is not Portsmouth. I remember Portsmouth when I came to the PL. Such a small stadium but incredible atmosphere. Here atmosphere is a bit quiet. It is not very, very enthusiastic but the players like to play at home."

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ffs!!you think at last time to get on hear for a bit of gloating. and what happens, I jumps the gun, you feckin win, and to top it all off we are all but f****d by Donny friggin rovers:blush:
have I missed something Mack ,did Pompey have a game today? How did you get on, I haven't got a crystal set to get your results. The big teams get reported in the mainstream media but yours seem to not get mentioned. Let me know as I'm interested in your push to glory.

I just thought you'd like to know that the invincibles won today. 6 games now, amazing. Let me know when I can come on and gloat

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This will cheer them up as their promotion push fades.

 

Jose Mourinho says atmosphere at Old Trafford is "quiet". "It is not Portsmouth. I remember Portsmouth when I came to the PL. Such a small stadium but incredible atmosphere. Here atmosphere is a bit quiet. It is not very, very enthusiastic but the players like to play at home."

 

Sure enough... https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/football/pompey/mourinho-old-trafford-is-nothing-like-incredible-pompey-1-8363982

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That's the one who was later exposed as pretending to own the club, then he pretended to pay the players as they pretended to compete fairly in the FA Cup.

 

Maybe they’ll have a fake supporter with a stunning CV of fandom and that he wouldn’t be seen except by his family.

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On a lighter note - the ice cream seller just got banged up for five years for stealing money from his wife and using it to buy pompey. :o

He was one of the more pleasant crooks they welcomed, he didn't maim any kids and he didn't kill anyone - bad fashion is not a crime.

#hero

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Virgil van Dijk grins in the face of fans’ fury on happy return to Southampton.

 

For someone who was supposed to be the pantomime villain and walking into a hostile atmosphere Virgil van Dijk spent an awful lot of time smiling. The boos were loud and the language colourful on occasions yet Van Dijk could hardly have looked more comfortable as he strolled his way through his first return to Southampton since an acrimonious transfer that was far more problematic than anything he came up against on the pitch here.

 

A fifth appearance for Liverpool in all competitions delivered a first clean sheet and a near faultless performance from the world’s most expensive defender, who was a model of composure throughout and never remotely affected by the abuse that rained down from the stands. If anything, Van Dijk played as if he was rather enjoying the stick, so much so that he could be seen laughing at the first sound of the boos that greeted his every touch.

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They really are the gift that keeps on giving.

Just as we think our plight is bad, up they come with something like this which shows what a pony, sleazy club they are.

 

They'll always be better than us....

 

More trophies yes, but better dodgy owners, more administrations, more points deducted, more tax avoided from HMRC... we just can't do collapses like they do.

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the BBC do a slightly better job of covering the story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43055733

 

 

i must admit at being confused about who's who in the numerous ne'er do wells that have been associated with Pompey

 

Wasn't this the guy who Piers Morgan told Pompey fans was the 'Real Deal'? Honest he is Guv!!

 

Meanwhile, talking about Honest Guv's, is the Portsmouth News still running the campaign to get Henry Redknapp a Knighthood, as demanded by the majority of its readers???

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I wonder how that forensic examination of the accounts of the previous football club that played at Fratton Park is coming along? You know, the one where the appointed forensic accountants were on track for reporting back on a couple of years ago...

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You nutjobs still don't get it! :x

How many times do I have to explain??

There was no criminality, there was no welcoming of criminals with open arms, there was no ignoring quite clearly that people were using money from organised crime to generate football results!

And there was certainly no use of arms dealing money or cash stolen from Lithuanian pensioners or charities, and no one was shot in revenge attacks by rival gangs.

So let it go!

 

pompey only ran into trouble ten minutes after the final whistle of the 2008 cup final, because the world markets struggled - not because they were illegally-owned and running a madly unsustainable wagebill and transfer policy to launder money.

Thankfully they then recovered from the stockmarket crash and a little bout of insolvent trading, just in time for the cup game at St Marys, when luckily for them, they were running legally again, as supported by the false accounts presented to the High Court.

Sadly on the triumphant trip home along the M27 there was an issue with the taxman wanting some money or something, he was waiting at Segensworth - and it all went a little bit wrong again because of the FA not selecting them better directors and owners, which is unfair as the FA's main job isn't running the game, it's trying to spot when clubs dress up criminals as saviours and try to pull a fast one - or four.

And they certainly didn't continue to overspend after the first administration - nor did they try to wriggle out of all debt by agreeing a CVA but with no intention of paying it.

So this thread is ridiculous, clearly based on jealousy.

Little-minded people are still trying to make a link between the cup win and the accompanying debt and theft that made it possible - that's crazy!

The club can walk away from the debt and the criminality but retain the history from the same era - that's only fair!

And to support this I'm going to make up some figures, add in some appalling spelling, stick in an apostrophe for no reason and circulate some vulgar-hued mad graphic on Facebook for simpletons to Like - that'll show you green-eyed idiots!

:x

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