Channel 4 Interested In Women's World Cup Augsburg Receives Foreign Interest Football League To Lose Capital One London Irish Close To Holding N.Y. Match BBC Revives All-Day FA Cup Final Coverage Liverpool All-Star Match Raises $1.5M Murray Wants Women On Boards Mike Ashley Says Magpies Not For Sale Clubs Looking At New Finance Models EPL Defiant To Ofcom Following Probe
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD Global/April 22, 2013/Franchises
Portsmouth Moves Out Of Administration; Club Now Officially Owned By PST
Published April 22, 2013
DANCING IN THE STREETS: In London, Matt Dickinson wrote "Never let it be said that Portsmouth plummeted down the divisions. On Saturday, at a sun-kissed Fratton Park, they skipped and showboated into League Two." New Chair Ian McInnes, "leapt out of his seat to do a jig. A samba band swayed on to the pitch, dancing girls waggling their buttocks." Dickinson continued: "This was the day Portsmouth could laugh in the face of relegation and a fresh ten-point deduction because, at 8pm on Friday night, they had become the largest fan-owned club in England. The nightmares were over. The parasites have been banished for ever." Portsmouth is now "a prime example of what fan-power can do." Instead of sheikhs and tycoons, Portsmouth "is now owned by men" like 87-year-old Josh Nunn, who bought his £1,000 ($1,500) share "even though he had not been to Fratton Park since 1963." He came on Saturday — and no, the old place has not changed a bit (LONDON TIMES, 4/22).