Charlie Read and Alice Hendy spoke to Paul Marsh
The Blues got back to winning ways on Tuesday night with a 3-1 victory at snowy Accrington. They’ll be looking to record back-to-back away wins this weekend when they travel West to take on Bristol Rovers.
Pompey have suffered back-to-back defeats for the first time under John Mousinho, following Saturday’s 1-0 loss at home to league leaders Sheffield Wednesday. Up next, a trip to Accrington Stanley awaits the Blues.
Tuesday’s loss at Barnsley was Pompey’s first since they suffered a defeat by the same scoreline away at Plymouth a month ago. This weekend they go from playing one South Yorkshire side to another, although this time on home turf.
It’s back on the road for the Blues again after Saturday’s victory at Cambridge. Oakwell is the midweek destination for John Mousinho’s side, who are now unbeaten in 5.
Pompey Women captain Danielle Rowe and head coach Jay Sadler look ahead to Sunday’s clash with Nottingham Forest.
There is a huge opportunity for the Pompey Women this weekend, who are just 90 minutes away from a place in a national cup final!
After back-to-back home victories for the Blues, it’s time to hit the road again - Destination: The Abbey Stadium.
The broadcast of Sunday's clash with Nottingham Forest will commence at 1pm for a 2pm kick-off.
Pompey’s back-to-back helping of home fixtures concludes just days after their 4-0 thrashing of Cheltenham Town at PO4. Bolton Wanderers the next to challenge the Blues, so far unbeaten on home soil under John Mousinho.
Treasurer of the Pompey Supporters Trust, Donald Vass reveals the latest on the creation of the Jimmy Dickinson and when fans can expect to see it erected.
Last week’s goalless draw at Lincoln served as Jon Harley’s first game as assistant to head coach John Mousinho. He’ll get his first taste of Fratton Park from the dugout this weekend… Cheltenham Town the visitors.
Portsmouth Football Club has today unveiled former Blues defender Jon Harley as assistant head coach to John Mousinho
Cupid’s arrows were targeted on Pompey in midweek as Dane Scarlett helped the Blues to a 1-0 win at home to Burton Albion. Next up, from one mythological creature to the other… The Imps of Lincoln await at Sincil Bank.
The Blues return to Fratton Park for midweek next, having been defeated by Plymouth Argyle away from home on Saturday. Burton Albion making the journey to the South Coast for this one.
Following last week’s 1-1 draw with Barnsley at Fratton Park, the Blues hit the road again and the destination this time around is Devon, where Plymouth Argyle await John Mousinho’s men.
Pompey suffered their first defeat under new boss John Mousinho at Peterborough last week. This time around however the Blues are back on home soil, they welcome Barnsley to PO4.
Northern Irish winger Paddy Lane has joined the Blues on a permanent deal from Fleetwood Town.
Pompey have today completed loan signing of Di’Shon Bernard from Manchester United until the end of the season.
After back-to-back victories to begin the reign of John Mousinho at Portsmouth, this weekend offers the new head coach’s toughest challenge yet - Peterborough United the opponents!
John Mousinho got off to the perfect start as Blues head coach at the weekend, guiding Pompey to a 2-0 victory over Exeter City at PO4. His first away match is coming up… Fleetwood Town the hosts.
Exclusive interviews with Andy Cullen, John Mousinho and Richard Hughes conducted by Matt Drabble.
Portsmouth Football Club has today appointed John Mousinho as the first team’s new head coach.
Back to Fratton for the first time since Danny Cowley’s dismissal for Pompey, as a new era beckons for the Blue Army…
It’s back to Bolton for The Blues this weekend following Tuesday night’s 1-0 defeat to The Trotters in the Papa John’s Trophy.
The Pompey FA Cup weekender continues - This time it’s the women in action and looking to book their place in the 4th Round. To get there however, they’ll need to get past Championship leaders London City Lionesses away from home.
Game number 2 of 2023 sees managerless Pompey in FA Cup 3rd Round action. Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur play host to The Blues for the first time at their brand new stadium!
We take a look at the potential candidates to succeed Danny Cowley at Fratton Park, following his dismissal on Monday night.
Portsmouth Football Club has today announced that Danny Cowley has been relieved of his duties as head coach.
2023 has arrived and The Blues have the luxury of a home fixture to kick-off the New Year - Charlton Athletic the visitors.
Following Pompey’s Boxing Day stalemate at St. James Park, we prepare now for the final game of 2022. Ipswich Town the opponents as the Blues return to home soil.
Pompey’s last outing saw them defeated by 2 goals to nil at home to MK Dons, making it 6 games without victory in League One. Up next, Boxing Day football in Devon - Exeter City the opponents for this one.
After the midweek win over Stevenage in the Papa John’s Trophy, it’s now MK Dons who travel down South, for the Blues’ first home league game on a Saturday since October!
The Blues are winless in 5 league matches and have slumped down to 8th as a result of last Sunday’s 2-0 defeat at Adams Park. Up next it’s Papa John’s Trophy Round of 16 action at Fratton Park.
43 days after their last league win, the Blues will be desperate to get the show back on the road. Wycombe Wanderers welcome them to Adams Park this weekend for matchday number 18 in League One.
The Blues sealed their spot in the Last 16 of the Papa John’s Trophy with victory away at Ipswich on Tuesday night but this weekend attention turns to The FA Cup Second Round and the visit of MK Dons to Fratton Park.
Matchday 17 in League One is looming for Pompey and it’s a day ahead of the usual schedule for this week’s visit of Derby County to PO4.
Following a week of trophy and cup action, League One football is back on the agenda for Pompey. A trip to Morecambe awaits for Danny Cowley’s side on matchday 16.
A 1-1 draw with Wimbledon on Tuesday night saw the Blues progress to the knockout stages of the Papa John’s Trophy. Now it’s time for even more cup action… The FA Cup is back for the new season!
Consecutive 1-1 draws at Fratton Park have put Pompey’s promotion aspirations on hold, with Danny Cowley’s side having now won just 1 of their last 7 in League One. A week of cup games await, starting with the visit of AFC Wimbledon to PO4 in the Papa John’s Trophy.
The Blues failed to build upon their win at Forest Green when they took on Oxford on Tuesday night, coming away from Fratton Park with just a singular point. Next up it’s home action again, this time Shrewsbury Town are the visitors.
After Saturday’s return to winning ways in the league for Pompey it’s time for a flurry of home fixtures, starting with the midweek visit of Oxford United to PO4.
4 games without a win in League One has sent Pompey on a slippery slope down to 5th in the table. Monday’s televised defeat to Charlton represented a 2nd loss in that 4-game period - An unwelcome spell that Danny Cowley will this weekend be eager to put behind him.
A return to league football is on the cards for Pompey next. Danny Cowley’s Blues will be looking to return to winning ways after 3 games without a league victory.
Attention returns to League One this weekend as Fratton Park opens its gates for the second time this week. Matchday number 11 awaits - Fleetwood Town the opponents for Pompey.
Following the Blues’ first league defeat of the campaign at Ipswich on Saturday, attention now turns to the Papa John’s Trophy and it’s the Aston Villa Under-21s who make the trip down to Fratton Park.
After a fortnight away due to the international break, Pompey are back in action this weekend. Promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town await Danny Cowley’s unbeaten Blues at Portman Road.
There may be no mens game this weekend but there is a match for the Pompey Women. Cup action awaits for Jay Sadler’s side at Lederle Lane.
It’s 8 games unbeaten in the league for Pompey since the start of the new season and they have a chance to make it 9 this weekend, with Plymouth Argyle making the trip across to Fratton Park.
After 10 days away it’s time to welcome football back and it’s matchday number 8 for the Blues in League One - The Pirelli Stadium the venue for tonight’s return to action.
Prior to Tuesday’s EFL Trophy defeat to Crawley, Pompey had gone top of League One after beating Port Vale by a goal to nil away from home. It’s a return to league action for the Blues this weekend, and a chance to extend their lead at the summit.
Another cup competition comes around for Pompey this midweek and it’s another away trip for Danny Cowley’s side. Crawley Town await for the first group stage game of this season’s Papa John’s Trophy.
After Tuesday’s Carabao Cup exit in South Wales, the Blues turn their attention back to league matters this weekend. Vale Park is the venue for Port Vale versus Portsmouth - The first meeting between the two sides in over 22 years!
After a 3-1 win over Bristol Rovers at the weekend, it’s time for Pompey to turn their focus away from league matters. The Carabao Cup Second Round awaits and it’s South Wales the destination once again for the Blues.
As per news broken earlier this week, the League One and League Two Squad Salary Cap has been abolished, following the intervention of the PFA.
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