It appears us Pompey fans have upset Mr Chainrai and he no longer wants to own our club. In an spate of dummy spitting of some awe-inspiring magnitude on Wednesday he withdrew his bid to be our ‘reluctant saviour’ for a third time. Firing a tirade of self-exposing blame-shifting Mr Chainrai has taken up Portpin’s bid and walked. A Freudian psychoanalyst would have a field day with this little list of beefs. As one of those that has clearly contributed to beef number one, ‘the negative criticism and lack of support for our takeover by the fans of this club,’ I feel it incumbent on me to return the compliment. It has to be said though, that my blogging colleagues and I would like it known that we are happy to take this beef squarely on the chin. We feel the negative effect Mr Chainrai has had on the club since October 2009, wittingly or unwittingly, warrants such criticism. Read More Pompey’s Spider Trap: Chainrai Walks But His Web remains
Portsmouth Football Club 5 April 1898 – 10 August 2012.
Yet nothing is ever as it seems at Pompey. Beneath the choppy waters a constant storm wages on the ocean bed. Whilst Pompey Supporters Trust holds itself ready to do a deal with players, charge holders and creditors, the strange PR spin emanating from Fratton Park seems to be creating a web of misconception and deception. Read More Pompey Fans Rattle Some Cages
Greg Clarke is a defender of your football club. No really. Stop snorting with derision in Pompey, Plymouth, Leeds, Wrexham, Coventry (supporters of other clubs are also available in snort-mode) … He says so himself. So it must be true.
In a telling exchange with MP Damien Collins at the DCMS enquiry (from 12.00 on) he explains how he tries to step in before clubs are liquidated.