Grant basks in public acclaim and hints at intention to stay

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Grant reveals offers from other clubs

Portsmouth manager Avram Grant admits he has received offers to manage other clubs, as he prepares for his side's final Barclays Premier League home fixture against Wolves tomorrow.

O'Hara expects to be fit for FA Cup final

Midfielder Jamie O'Hara insists he will be fit to take on Chelsea in the FA Cup at Wembley.

Dindane set to play in FA Cup final

Aruna Dindane looks set to be able to play for Portsmouth in the FA Cup final after an agreement was reached with French club Lens over the on-loan striker.

O'Neill wants ruling on Portsmouth in Europe

Martin O'Neill has called on the Football Association to end the confusion surrounding Portsmouth's application to play in next year's Europa League.

Grant makes point with Pompey changes

Wigan Athletic 0 Portsmouth 0

Wigan blow chance in stalemate with relegated Pompey

Wigan Athletic 0 Portsmouth 0

Martinez supports Pompey bid

Wigan manager believes FA Cup finallists should be allowed to play in Europe

Portsmouth to ask for Europa place

Portsmouth set to ask the FA whether they can play in Europe next season following their famous win over Tottenham.

Avram Grant: 'This belongs to the fans and players'

Avram Grant may look an unemotional, uncharismatic man, but verbally he is a match for Jose Mourinho. Last night he paid a heartfelt tribute to his players, the Portsmouth fans, everyone connected with a club that has endured a ghastly season.

Redknapp admits he was desperate to avoid Portsmouth

Harry Redknapp sees himself as one of the best things to have happened to the FA Cup in recent years, as the only manager of a club outside of the so-called "big four" to have lifted the famous trophy since 1995.

'Unbreakable' Grant without 11 players for Cup tilt

Portsmouth 0 Blackburn Rovers 0

Portsmouth forced to use youth players

Going to Fratton Park today? Bring your boots, you might get a game. So limited are Avram Grant's options, he has named a squad of 13 for today's match against Blackburn Rovers and is expected to fill the bench with youth team players.

Portsmouth given permission to sell players

Portsmouth received a much-needed boost today with the news the Premier League will allow the club to sell players immediately.

Avram Grant laments 'sad day for football'

Avram Grant reflected on a "sad day for football" after confirmation of Portsmouth's nine-point deduction for going into administration all but relegated the club from the Barclays Premier League - and revealed he would meet the players tomorrow before deciding how best to tackle the remainder of the season.

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