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Administration officially confirmed

Administration officially confirmed

It has been officially confirmed on The Pompey Site that administration has been entered into, again, by Portsmouth Football Club.

The following statement was issued...

PLAY UP POMPEY!

PFC Enter Into Administration

At 10:20am today Portsmouth Football Club was placed into administration following the filing of a notice of appointment at the High Court by the chargeholder, Portpin Limited.

Andrew Andronikou, of UHY Hacker Young, has been appointed joint administrator of Portsmouth Football Club together with Peter Kubik and Michael Kiely.

Andronikou will be holding a press conference at Fratton Park's media centre at 3pm today.


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Friday February 26 2010
Time: 11:11AM

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I have posted on the "On this day in history..26th Feb site", as I said there, although I'm a life-long Spurs fan, we are all bonded by being football fans, we all love and believe in our club. You guys certainly demonstrate your support and fervour for Pompey, and you the fans dont deserve what has happened. I am sure the tide will turn for you in due course and you will be back. GOOD LUCK.
Frank
26/02/2010 11:25:00
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oh ********* .. I'm out at three o'clock ! - I think once he sets out his stall we are all gonna be a lot clearer about how things are gona be run and what will happen - Every administrator has a different way of doing things... But let's focus on the end goal .. Survival is what matters ... not necessarily how we get there ..
chix
26/02/2010 11:25:00
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This is where your new start begins, i know its easy for me to say but you`ll pull through this. good luck guys all the best.
yorkshirepride1
26/02/2010 11:25:00
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Frank & YorkyPride .. thanks fellas (seriously) means a lot to the Pompey Faithful
chix
26/02/2010 11:30:00
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A sad day but hopefully the beginning of the end or is it the end of the beginning. Hopefully we can capture AA's press conference and link it to the site this afternoon.
eastneydave
26/02/2010 11:32:00
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As I've been walking round work in London today colleagues who support a wide variety of clubs have been giving me one of those weak smiles with sad eyes that people do when someone's died.
Hammersmithblue
26/02/2010 11:33:00
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F**k it. Let's roll our sleeves up, get on with it and WIN THE FA CUP!
ninjatim
26/02/2010 11:40:00
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i was just listening to skysports and they were saying this might not be the end of it because i think they said if you dont get approved by the cva is it??? you could start next season with a big point deduction.... im sorry guys you lot dont deserve this being a liverpool we know what its like to have bad owners if it wasn't for the history of our club we could possibly be doing the same thing best wishes for the future
muffdaddy1983
26/02/2010 11:44:00
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I prefer to think of it as a new beginning. Let's hope a new owner will soon come in and sort out the CVA. Thanks for the support fellas.
PFCblue
26/02/2010 12:07:00
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One of the saddest days of my life after supporting them for 46 years. Just seen on Sky that Peter Storrie is going to resign when new owners are brought in, and that Chainrai's spokesmen has said "that he was lied too about his investment loans" Can't say I am sorry to see Storrie go, he has to take responsibility for some of the shenanigins that have gone on. I just hope he has no say in the new owners, as his track to date is pathetic. What I would like to see is Avram and the players show some mettle and get out there and show potential owners what a heart this Club has. And the lifeblood that supports them. US. What a story it would make if we went down as FA Cup Holders!!!!
Mike1954
26/02/2010 12:08:00
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