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    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    With the scum going out of business there would be no loss!
    No sinking boat here @ Pompey indeed no crying either.
    There is no myth about the dockers either just facts that proved your spinelessness during disputes, hence "SCUM"
    No we dont envy you? lol quite the contrary tis only with silly remarks from scum like you that we ever think about them.
    Not doing to well yourself mush guess you're looking forward to relegation again pmsl.

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    when the saints were going out of business, i didnt see any good luck wishes, just a lot of piss taking. now, you are in the sinking boat, you start to cry. no dockers involved and the myth about dockers is untrue, fact. it is envy, because you dont like us doing better than you. we are the bigger club, fact, look at our gates. we are premier league, fact and you are league one, fact. enjoy your stay. it is where you belong, skates.

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    Portsmouth have the most loyal fans in the leagues they go to home and away games and the team will be a loss to the game no violence happens at pompey games people just like the sport you are so unfair to say they would not be a loss. hope you never have jury service

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    Royston is entitled to his opinion. What a pity that it is based on ignorance.

  • Reply to

    Portsmouths future

    by ANNE T Aug 25, 2010 17:24

    Play up Pompy. Wishing you well, from a Liverpool Fan, hope to see you up where you belong, SOON. Good Luck!!!!!

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    wot a load of old tosh.the premier league is a joke on its own.cheque book football.

  • Reply to

    Portsmouths future

    by ANNE T Aug 25, 2010 17:24

    What is happening The Fans need to know.

  • Acouple of weeksago it ws announced that Mr. Chandrai intended purchasing Portsmouth and comletion was hoped to be last Friday week. I have not heard anything more. Is this still going ahead or is it more false hopes.

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    Portsmouth's badge

    by Ace Jul 12, 2009 19:45

    Who cares.

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    Paris this is an amazing foot note written by a chimp with dementia. Your comments are best left in the trash bin where they belong and you clearly know nothing about football or football clubs. I can't speak for Hull but Portsmouth is a major sea Port and is classed as a City moron. It also happens to be the home of the navy, the same navy that went on to conquer half the world and set up the largest empire the world has ever known. It was also the principle port for the invaision of europe to free the majority of europe from the tyranny that engulfed it during ww2. Outside of London, Portsmouth was one of the heaviest bombed cities in the country because we could hit back unlike the sewer you probably live in. It is also the home of the Victory that battered the French and Spanish and destroyed Napoleons Fleet. It is the only island City in the country and has more VC holders buried within its boundries than any other city. It also has the best supporters as recognised by virtually every club and neutral in the land and in my opinion we wouldn't dump our trash where you live! Fool!

  • Reply to

    absolute disgrace

    by MARKP Apr 24, 2010 00:17

    I think the more important problem is finding a buyer, there was only one slightly interested party led by a man whose debts were thought to match pompeys, except when the figures came out pompey owed double the previously expected amount.

    Now we have they have money collected for charity and cared for by the club being stolen by the club. With the directors in court for tax evasion and the club still owing back taxes it looks like the club will fold.

    The club will receive no revenue during the summer as they don’t play games, will have expenses during the pre season friendlies loose half there team ( for little revenue,asthey are out of contract) suffer lower and cheaper season tickets if any one will risk buying them as they may not last the season.

    A trip to Europe may be nice but early stages do not draw in big money and often cost more than they raise.

    So perhaps until their house is in order playing in Europe should not even be considered.

  • Not even a pompey fan but i think its an absolute disgrace that you are not allowed to play in europe this season,hope you can get some resolution with an appeal

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    Well, there you go! just proves how much sense you get out of Paris Hilton!

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    A "seaside town, known for boats and stuff"?
    Well, that just puts your comment into perpective then doesn't it?
    Completely offers a window into how much knowledge of history you have!
    Clearly you are a complete Pratt!
    If one Prem club is forced out by the HMRC there will be more to follow.
    Look to your own club(whoever it is) and then, don't start whinging and whining when their debts are called in and you have no team to follow!
    Oh! and before you comment again, get your facts right.
    And Yes, I live in Pompey, but I am a Spurs fan, I can see the bigger picture beacause I am apparently not an anal retentive like you!

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    PARIS
    Obviously the best part of you ran down your mothers inside leg let me guess Liverpool or Man Utd fan?

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    I saw on TV an interview with the administration man so how can this be so you are in or out why appoint a man if not in admin make no sence, I think it a cover up by the Premier league, you can not appoint an admin man and not be in admin

  • Pompey v Blues little known stats

    Not that the national media has noticed but there will be 2 teams at Fratton Park tomorrow (assuming Pompey are still in business at lunchtime).
    I am not being rude but this is a big day for Blues too you know. We have had our troubles over the years so know what Pompey are going through and have to say we have nothing but admiration for their passionately vociferous fans.
    That having been said, I am really looking forward to the game tomorrow (as long as Pompey stay in business that long) as it will be the first time that national terrestrial T.V. has shown Blues in a live game (unfortunately, the 2 legs of the 1963 League Cup Final did not hit the national radar and, typically for us, the B.B.C. did not show the 1956 F.A. Cup Final either!)

    I am not too hopeful tomorrow though, despite our lofty league position and being drawn away in every round so far.

    Blues have lost every league game south of St. Andrew's this season but there is a good omen (I hope!) in that we did win a League Cup match along the coast at Southampton but, obviously, even the downbeat Pompey won there too!



    So who do we get if we do get past Pompey?



    All Blues fans would surely want to save the Villa til the final as we have never lost a major cup final against them but would we really want Fulham in the semis again as they beat us very late on in the semi-final replay in 1975!

    Considering our history and this incredible season (surely we are safe on 40 points but if Pompey do go under we will lose 3 points and put ourselves in the danger zone again!), we should be happy with where we are but I am sure that I am not the only bluenose working out the permutations on how we can get into the Europa League.



    Obviously, the best one is to win the Cup or finish in the top 6 (Man United's league cup win gives an extra spot to someone else. if Fulham win the Europa league and finish in the top 6 then that makes 7 and if Chelsea or Spurs win the cup that takes it down to 8th place and then there is the fair play spot. In this World Cup year and Joe Hart offf to South Africa - and why aren't our central defenders in the shake pu too?!! - the nwe really don't want to be playing TNS at Wrexham in July in the InterToto Cup ).



    Here is 2 two further live terrestrial T.V. performances (plus any replays!) this season and bring on the European big boys next year (no, not a pre-season tour of Ireland like in the past!).



    Blues in Italy again next year? I hope it won't be like the battle of Ancona in the Anglo-Italian or the lights going out again Bari at St. Andrew's. They were out for an hour until we had a whip round for 50p for the meter!)

    Blues v Juventus - by 'eck Big Eck



    To commemorate World Book Day, I have just released my first publication to co-incide with Blues first live national terrestrial TV appearance.



    http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/down-at-heel-bring-him-around-to-your-way-of-thinking/6441003?productTrackingContext=search_browse_right_secondary_search

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    it seems you have no idea about football mate, its people like you i recon that talk a load of c..p that are the glory hunters who will you support next week, scummers when they win their tin of paint, come to fratton park and see what real supporters are.

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    Pompey are still waiting to find out if they are able to go into administration as they may still go into liquidation and be wound up. Therefore no points can be deducted yet. The Inland Revenue are worried as they will be far down on the list of people to get paid if Pompey to go into administration and are challenging the voluntary administration. Is that clear, perhaps not, but nothing is in this saga!

  • Reply to

    NO LOSS

    by A Yahoo! User Feb 28, 2010 20:16

    I have to agree with you, but please just one thing I dont understand C.P had there 9 points deducted right away but Portsmouth have not any help on this one please