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Posts Tagged ‘Portsmouth’
Adam Mills looks at Portsmouth who have been going through a tough time since relegation from the Premier League in 2010.
For the best part of three decades Harry Redknapp has been seen by many as king of the transfer market, and Willie Gannon looks closer at the ‘wheeler dealer’.
With 9 games played apiece and with nearly 300 goals scored in just over 7 weeks of action, it seems a fitting time to have a look back at the opening few weeks of the Championship… and where else to start than the West Londoners running away with the league already? Whilst you might be [...]
In anticipation of the new npower Championship season, David Hall is previewing every club. We have moved swiflty down the alphabet to M and we will resume with Middlesbrough.
With one game to go in the Premier League for relegated Portsmouth, the short-term future is bleak and full of uncertainty. The club and the fans go into the summer not knowing if there will a Portsmouth Football Club come August, and the beginning of the Coca Cola Championship season. But where does that leave [...]
What a week of football. We could have done without Messi’s fourth goal which scuppered a very promising punt on a 3-1 win for Barcelona. But if a bet is to be ruined, an outstanding performance by the greatest player of our generation is just about the best consolation. This weekend we have six Premier [...]
After struggling to field a team for the last number of weeks, Ruining Football now boasts a full compliment of players for this gameweek. It feels weird not having to scrape a team together, and if anything it has been difficult to pick a team because there are too many players that could do a [...]
On a weekend where the first silverware of the season is set to be handed out, all eyes would be expected to be focused on Wembley on Sunday afternoon when Manchester United and Aston Villa square up in the Carling Cup decider. Instead early on Saturday, the eyes of the footballing world will be gazing [...]
Portsmouth Football Club have been granted a minor stay of execution by the English High Court today as the winners of the 2008 FA Cup were given one more week to come up with the funds required to pay off an outstanding tax bill of £11.5m. The club entered the courts in a bid to [...]