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Suggested Topics A supporters' group was today poised to take control of troubled League One football club Portsmouth...But lawyers representing administrators and the former owner told a judge in London that an agreement had been reached...
Supporters' Trust exchanges contracts for club The Pompey Supporters' Trust has exchanged contracts with administrators to buy Portsmouth, but the takeover is still dependent on the group taking control of Fratton Park. The League One club has been
Portsmouth fans suffered a further delay to their efforts to rescue the stricken English club on Thursday when a court set a deadline of April for a ruling needed for the deal to proceed. Portsmouth have been in administration for a year and are
This time last year the club entered administration, 12 months that have seen the club relegated, every senior player leave and about 50 staff made redundant. It is a year that has taken its toll on everyone connected to Pompey, but despite
Portsmouth's High Court hearing is adjourned again The High Court hearing to determine the future of Portsmouth Football Club has been adjourned for a fourth time. It is understood an issue with support from the Professional Footballers' Association
A renowned football deal-maker is leading a new bid to rescue third tier Portsmouth who have been in administration for a year and are again facing another relegation. Fans from the Pompey Supporters' Trust (PST) had been hoping to take over the
Plans to turn third tier Portsmouth into England's biggest fan-owned club suffered a delay on Friday when a judge adjourned until the new year a hearing on the sale of the club's ground. The club have been in administration for 10 months and a
Portsmouth High Court case adjourned until Friday The case to decide the future of Portsmouth Football Club has been adjourned until 14:00 GMT on Friday. Thursday's hearing between the club's administrators, PKF, and Portpin, the company of former
Portsmouth have been in administration since February are said to be £61m in debt...Chainrai will not attend Thursday's hearing, with Portpin being represented by law firm Walker Morris. "The purpose of the hearing is to ask the Court to give the
Football League reaffirm points deduction The Football League have confirmed they intend to dock Portsmouth 10 points when they come out of administration. Pompey have been in administration since February and are £61m in debt.