Football in Brief: Pompey set for Europa misery after failure to apply for Uefa licence

Portsmouth will not be eligible to play in the Europa League next season should they reach the FA Cup final, as they have not applied for a Uefa club licence.

Portsmouth will not enter Europe should they claim place through FA Cup

Portsmouth face the prospect of chasing FA Cup glory without the prize of European football after it emerged they have not applied for a UEFA club licence.

McLeish reveals foreign ownership fears

Alex McLeish fears for the future of British managers as the number of foreign investors in the Barclays Premier League continues to grow.

Grant forgets Pompey woe to focus on Birmingham

Portsmouth manager Avram Grant has refused to commit his future to the club beyond the end of the season and insists his focus is on today's FA Cup sixth-round tie with Birmingham.

Mokoena: Pompey will fight to end

Captain says his 'amazing' players will reward fans by maintaining professionalism

Storrie to go as cuts begin at Portsmouth

Administrator promises to save club with range of money-saving measures

Portsmouth hope to avoid points deduction

Portsmouth administrator Andrew Andronikou is hoping the Premier League will not impose the nine-point penalty on the club that will just about guarantee relegation to the Coca-Cola Championship.

Administrator vows to save Portsmouth

Portsmouth administrator Andrew Andronikou insists every aspect of the ailing club's finances will be "reviewed and scrutinised" - but has promised supporters he will save the south coast side.

Storrie planning to leave Portsmouth

Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has said he will tender his resignation when the administrators sell the club.

Portsmouth enter administration

Portsmouth have this morning confirmed they have gone into administration.

Grant 'sad and angry' at Portsmouth plight

Portsmouth manager Avram Grant today said he was "very sad" and "very angry" as the club look set to go into administration.

Diao despair for Grant as Pompey look down and out

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Grant vows to fight on at Portsmouth

Portsmouth boss Avram Grant insists he will do everything to keep the club alive on the pitch after they were given a stay of execution in the High Court.

Kanu's return gives Grant a timely boost for United trip

Though his club's affairs continued to appear as clear as the mudflats off Hayling Island, Avram Grant yesterday attempted to focus Portsmouth's squad on this afternoon's daunting fixture at Old Trafford.

Hodgson shelves Fulham's European hopes

Fulham manager Roy Hodgson is happy to put a disastrous January behind him - a month which he believes has cost his side the chance to fight for a place in Europe next year.

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