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It is the North Stand at Fratton for me! Not views this time, actual facts - and these findings are something that apply to me too, although not too often these days unfortunately.

The majority of Vital Pompey members that voted on True Pompey Blue's poll are North Stand dwellers, just ahead of the Fratton End.

There was not a great deal to split 4 sides of the stadium - as to where this sites members sit - but the North Stand just edged it with the Milton End lagging behind, as you would expect.

How you voted - north stand 32%, fratton end 29%, south stand 25%, milton end 14%

Current Poll - The striking situation and what is going to happen, or not as the case may be is topic of much debate here.

Et_tu_Pompeii's poll is looking at how new striking additions, if in fact there will be any - you would hope and even know there will be, hopefully! - are going to affect others? So 'How will Pompey's transfer dealings affect the striking situation at the club next season?' Let the poll do the talking before we do when it finishes.


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Date:Saturday June 16 2007
Time: 11:05AM


Condering how few sit in tjhe Milton end they have the higher proportion.
16/06/2007 11:54:00
Been the south stand for me ever since the old Fratton end became roofless
16/06/2007 11:59:00
good point storagematt... personally i am a former season ticket holder in the north stand. i moved away from the pompey area as a kid but still travelled around the country to watch pompey for away and away games - as they are always way for me no matter where we played! but since the premiership days i have not been able to afford it on the whole but pompeyrug will be a season ticket holder again in the 2008/09 season - sounds a long way off, but it will soon be here - besides it will take me that long to raise the funds for travel, tickets and the like :)
16/06/2007 12:03:00
Fratton ender till i die, always have been, always will be even if we build a new ground it'll still be my spiritual home.
Steve C
16/06/2007 16:02:00
My job has moved me from Portsmouth to Oxford, to Epsom and to Warrington, finally to Liverpool, i still have my season ticket for the North Stand and always will. Pompey is more than football it is more than religion, we live it and love it, and Pompey is everything. Its easy to support a big successful team with little tradition, we care and want the best for Pompey. Our ground smells of history, our club has been there for us and we have been there for each other, wherever you go in the world people talk about us and our tradition. No matter where we play we will always be Pompey, but Fratton Park is our home and always will be.
16/06/2007 20:23:00
praise that pompey lord fellas... i absolutely miss not being able to be at many games, my cousin and his mate still have the same seats that we first got as season ticket holders in the north stand, with their other mate taking over my seat when i had to give it up... but i will be back in a years time!
16/06/2007 21:03:00
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