Signore Pantalone and the Pompey Comedy of Errors

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  1. Mark says:

    As always seems to happen in these standoffs involving the future health of a football club, the party with the least to offer has the most to say.

    I presume that, by creating a din of PR-spun noise, Chainrai hopes to distract all and sundry from the very limited scope of his/Portpin’s interest in Pompey.

    The other recent shambles in which PR hot air was used to the full, if not effectively, was at Rangers. The similarities between Chainrai and the likes of Craig Whyte and co tell you all you need to know.

  2. Nathan says:

    “Ill deeds and evil words have no place in our club”

    You can’t just ignore the events and ownership from the last 20 years.

    Such misplaced arrogance after all this is depressing.

    Good luck Pompey Trust. Spare a thought for all the well-run honest clubs your now debt-free club will thrash on its way back to the big-time…

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