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3 days ago

Shakers cruise past Pompey

BuryBury
PortsmouthPortsmouth
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Bury got back to winning ways with a comfortable 3-0 home victory against Portsmouth.

Danny Mayor claimed a ninth-minute opener before Ryan Lowe doubled the Shakers' lead in the 44th minute.

Danny Rose then sealed victory in the 61st minute to send Bury back into second place in League Two.

The Shakers bossed most of the contest, with Mayor giving them an early lead as he cut in from the left before curling a superb 20-yard effort in off the bar.

Pompey almost hit straight back as Michael Drennan fired...

Oct 11, 2014

Robinson snatches draw for Pompey

PortsmouthPortsmouth
Mansfield TownMansfield Town
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Paul Robinson scored his first goal in over two years to salvage Portsmouth a 1-1 draw at home to lowly Mansfield.

The Stags looked to be heading for only their second away win of the season when Simon Heslop put them in front 57 seconds after half time.

Heslop picked up the ball on the edge of the penalty area before drilling an unstoppable low shot beyond Portsmouth goalkeeper Paul Jones and into the bottom right corner.

However Robinson drew Portsmouth level 20 minutes from time with his first goal...

Oct 7, 2014

Cobblers see off Pompey

PortsmouthPortsmouth
Northampton TownNorthampton Town
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2
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Goals from David Moyo and Kaid Mohamed earned Northampton a 2-1 Johnstone's Paint Trophy win at Portsmouth.

Moyo gave Northampton the edge in the 28th minute when he swept Darren Carter's through ball in off the post.

But Ryan Taylor levelled in the 36th minute when Alex Wynter found the former Rotherham forward in space in the box and the Pompey number nine slotted coolly under Cobblers goalkeeper Jordan Archer.

The Cobblers edged back in front in the 55th minute though when Lawson D'Ath's cross from...

Oct 4, 2014

York held by Pompey

York CityYork City
PortsmouthPortsmouth
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Struggling York are still without a home win this season following a goalless draw with Portsmouth.

The Minstermen have now failed to win any of their seven outings at Bootham Crescent in 2014/15 while Pompey are also labouring on the road, having gone four away matches without scoring a goal.

A poor first half saw skipper Danny Hollands go closest for Pompey with an edge-of-the-box shot that flashed narrowly wide.

For York, new loan signing Ryan Brunt called Paul Jones into action with a firm 20-yard...

Sep 30, 2014

Debt-free Portsmouth finally looking up after long slide to the bottom

Portsmouth were once days away from being dissolved. Now they're finally debt-free and looking to climb the table again.

Six years ago next month, Portsmouth were denied a famous European victory over AC Milan by a last-minute Filippo Inzaghi goal at Fratton Park. This weekend, a loyal band of supporters will make a five-hour, 277-mile journey up the country hoping for a low-key League Two victory over York City, one that few people outside the two clubs concerned will even notice, let alone recall six years on. You might expect those Portsmouth fans to feel rather glum about their reduced circumstances. Instead,...