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Paul Hart moves on?

Paul Hart moves on?

There is nothing 'official' on The Pompey Site but reports, originating from the BBC, 'claim' that Paul Hart has left Pompey...

BBC sport says: 'Portsmouth manager Paul Hart has left the club with immediate effect, BBC Sport understands.'

'If' this proves true then I will be genuinely sorry for the guy, although in my heart of hearts I think it was coming and is probably the right call. I am very surprised that we left it a couple of days after Stoke though...

Like I say I am sorry for him if true, and it has been a tough call but I think the writing was on the wall and from the looks of his face on Sunday after that defeat he knew it?

So, Avram Grant will be in charge for Manyoo then...

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Tuesday November 24 2009
Time: 6:05PM

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It is on the OS and says "Paul was offered the role of technical director, developing players from the ages of 18-21, but declined the position."
PFCblue
24/11/2009 18:11:00
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Been on the wall, Alan Mac on sky now, seems definite to me, who will take over? Not Avram either, I reckon someone is poised already
paultsmouth
24/11/2009 18:15:00
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Which is a shame because that was what he was good at and did care. However, someone else might bring better luck.
dedmans
24/11/2009 18:16:00
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Apparently Grant is NOT being lined up as manager. I wonder who is out there who will take us on? Coppell, Curbishly?
moley2
24/11/2009 18:16:00
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At last, at least the club can move on and play some more attacking football and and give the new boss time to put this right.
veccccio
24/11/2009 18:19:00
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so who is taking over then if not grant?
pompeyrug
24/11/2009 18:19:00
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How do you know that veccccio without knowing who the new manager is?
PFCblue
24/11/2009 18:24:00
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so maybe fergie jnr was being lined up last week afterall?
pompeyrug
24/11/2009 18:26:00
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Well, I guess we all knew it was coming. I do wish he'd have stayed on to work with the youngsters though. I guess it's watch this space for a bit then....
cornypomp
24/11/2009 18:38:00
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A new manager has to have time to bed in before the window opens in january to see what he needs. Sky and Pompey are saying its not Grant, Curb's is next favourite. And lets face it, Hart was not the most attack minded manager. So I can only assume we will score more goals with a new manager, we cant score less can we?
veccccio
24/11/2009 18:39:00
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