Revised Portsmouth bid

The consortium led by Keith Harris has made a revised bid for Portsmouth.    He offered the Pompey Supporters’ Trust (PST) a 15 per cent stake in the club, plus a seat on the board.   He also proposed a 10 per cent discount on season ticket prices for the next three seasons.

The consortium led by Keith Harris has made a revised bid for Portsmouth.    He offered the Pompey Supporters’ Trust (PST) a 15 per cent stake in the club, plus a seat on the board.   He also proposed a 10 per cent discount on season ticket prices for the next three seasons.

PST have made it clear that they are not interested and are baffled by this new offer when the Football League have made it clear they want to deal with PST.    Supporters are now focused on tomorrow’s court hearing into the control of Fratton Park.   

It should go ahead this time, and it needs to, as the clock is ticking.   The court is expected to set a final date for the valuation of Fratton Park followed by a further date at which the trust is expected to be given the right to take over the club.

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  1. Grapevine – Germans fueling Harris deal blockage READ WHY

    News from Germany grapevine tells me, there is a rich German Investors Club from Bavaria waiting, holding patterns above Portsmouth FC, they reportedly fuel via blogs the Harris blockage……because they want to grab us all. Be prepared to eat Sauerkraut….or else back Harris & Co. Before it is all too late….or as Churchill would say:”….get it done, but do it before the Germans arrive!” Up to you lads.

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