Portsmouth fans divided as D-day looms over Michael Eisner takeover

The supporters who own Pompey get the chance on Thursday to interrogate the former Disney executive who wants to buy the club and will then vote on whether to accept his £5.7m offer which would sideline them

Delighted supporters of Portsmouth have barely had time to sit down or savour promotion from League Two before facing a new character-shaping decision over the future of the club.

Portsmouth, whose financial collapse into administration while in the Premier League seven years ago embodied English football’s reckless wage spending and the risks of relying on far-flung investors, have been rescued, stabilised and begun to rise again because of the ownership and hard work of their supporters.

Continue reading...

About the Author

Comments are closed.