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Storrie not quitting

Storrie not quitting

It has been a busy old day with 'statements' issued on The Pompey Site today, but another one issued has played down the 'reports' that Peter Storrie had resigned, or intended to resign - which to be fair seemed to originate from what some fans we 'said' to have been told...

This statement said: 'contrary to some media reports, Portsmouth Football Club can confirm that Peter Storrie has not quit his post as chief executive and will be in attendance at tomorrow's match against Everton at Fratton Park.'

Which also saw Storrie add: 'I am still here and my focus, along with everyone at the football club, is on tomorrow's match against Everton.

'This club is not about any one individual and it's imperative that everyone here concentrates our efforts on supporting Paul Hart and the team tomorrow.

'This is a very big game for us and more than ever we need the support of our great fans to help us through this difficult time.'

Can we get back to being able to support the club and the team again without all the off the field bull****, none of which is helping anyone! Although I would say that the sooner we can get some proper answers from those at the top and the power struggles end the better!

Lets just hope that the full support is for the team tomorrow and our energies are channelled into doing this, not supporting or anti-supporting Storrie, SAF or Paul Hart for that matter, lets support the club first and foremost eh as this support could make a hell of a difference as it has in the past...

PLAY UP POMPEY!


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Friday September 25 2009
Time: 3:07PM

Comments

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I don't doubt that he offered his resignation, I suspect that it was rejected or he withdrew it when it got the desired effect with the fake sheikh deciding he was going to face the fans after all.
stooH
25/09/2009 15:29:00
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If Storrie were to go it would be a very bad day for the club. Then who would camel breath bring in them? His mother to run things!!! I'm hoping that PS stays & his consortium are still keen to take over in the New Year. We live in hope!!!
storagematt
25/09/2009 15:50:00
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if any takeover were to happen - the deal would have to begin latest end of october for the paperwork to be ready for 1/1/2010 ... we dont want another cockup... i just hope its not too late (whoever is in charge) come the new year - you have to stay positive though!
pompey--pessimist
25/09/2009 16:02:00
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Matt from PFC Corporate rang me this morning re the time the gates open tomorrow morning and I asked him if PS was resigning this morning. He did not say no - he said nobody knew what was happening, which led me to believe it was a possibility.
Gandor1
25/09/2009 16:02:00
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I'm lost with all these comings and goings and cancelled then re-arranged meetings.. Would anybody like to discuss the Xfactor ?
Chix
25/09/2009 16:09:00
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why not... that bird from newcastle, who was to 'nervous' to sing, is apparently a stripper isnt she? she can strip for her supper but not sing - maybe she needed to be on britain got talent doing her day job :-)
pompeyrug
25/09/2009 16:25:00
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Boot camp now aint it?
footy_fans
25/09/2009 16:37:00
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He'll be gone by the end of the weekend then?
bluedr
25/09/2009 16:57:00
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I think his position has been strengthened, Spuds and Chelsea would reportedly demand their transfer money if he quits and we'd be up the proverbial creek. I don't think he wants us to go under, so he'll stay but now it will be on his terms.
Lemmi
25/09/2009 17:01:00
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This would all be a very funny joke if it wasn't all true!...
Squee
25/09/2009 18:51:00
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