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Former Portsmouth owner Vladimir Antonov loses fight against extradition

Vladimir Antonov has had his attempts to block extradition to Lithuania rejected by two High Court judges.

The Russian former owner of Portsmouth Football Club has lost his High Court bid to block extradition to Lithuania where he faces £400 million fraud charges.

Vladimir Antonov, 39, and his Lithuanian business partner, Raimondas Baranauskas, 57, are both wanted to stand trial but say they are being used as "scapegoats" following the controversial nationalisation of Snoras, a leading Lithuanian bank they controlled.

They argue that the extradition request was made in bad faith and was "politically...

All square at Fratton Park

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Matt Tubbs scored his 21st League Two goal of the season but a late Brad Halliday equaliser earned visitors York a 1-1 draw against Portsmouth.

Striker Tubbs buried into the bottom corner eight minutes from time but Halliday levelled three minutes later to share the points.

The frame of the goal was hit three times in the first period as both teams tried to put forgettable campaigns behind them.

It was York that came out stronger, as Keith Lowe hit the crossbar from an overhead kick in the fourth minute.

Portsmouth...

Portsmouth see off 10-man Stags

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Despite a brave effort, Mansfield failed to recover from the blow of having Ritchie Sutton sent off in the first minute as they lost 2-1 at home to Portsmouth.

Matt Tubbs bagged the resulting penalty in the second minute before Jed Wallace made it 2-0 from range on 55 minutes.

Teenager Jack Thomas' first senior goal kept the game alive on 67 minutes, but it wasn't enough to stop Portsmouth ending a run of six away games without a win and earning their first ever league win against Mansfield.

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Lowe boosts Shakers

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Ryan Lowe's scored the only goal to help Bury's automatic promotion push as they beat Portsmouth 1-0.

Striker Lowe nodded in unmarked in the final minute of the first period to move the visitors to within two points of third-placed Wycombe, having played a game less, and secure a club-record seventh successive away win.

Pompey have lost both their games under caretaker boss Gary Waddock after Andy Awford was sacked on Monday.

Jed Wallace forced Nick Pope into two saves in a minute as the midfielder...

Pett pours misery on Pompey

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Tom Pett's early strike proved to be enough as Stevenage consolidated their place in the League Two play-offs with a scrappy 1-0 win over managerless Portsmouth.

Boro now find themselves six points clear of eighth-placed Luton with three games left with Pompey, who parted company with manager Andy Awford on Monday, falling to yet another away defeat.

Stevenage were ahead after just three minutes when a free-kick into the box was cleared out to Pett on the edge of the area and he cracked his first-time...