Sign of the chimes: Portsmouth supporters

Portsmouth exit administration after fans take over at Fratton Park

Portsmouth have moved out of administration and are now officially owned by the Pompey Supporters' Trust (PST), administrators BDO confirmed on Friday.

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It was only three years ago that Portsmouth were not playing a League match on FA Cup semi-final weekend. Avram Grant's side, including internationals such as Kevin-Prince Boateng, John Utaka and David James, were instead beating Spurs in front of 90,000 at Wembley en route to the final against Chelsea.

Sign of the chimes: Portsmouth supporters are about to follow other European fan groups who own their clubs

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Today I’m looking forward to my first game as an owner of my football club. Not just me – thousands of other fans have forked out money for a share of Portsmouth FC and saved it from going to the wall.

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Moldovan gun-for-hire linked to shooting of businessman who fled to London

Chimes up: Jed Wallace (in the air) celebrates his goal

The Calvin Report on Portsmouth 2 Coventry City 0: Pompey win debtors' derby while both teams await higher judgment

The courts will soon decide the future of Portsmouth and Coventry, rivals joined in uncertainty

Montenegro's Mirko Vucinic

Mean defence and sharp strikers will make Montenegro's pan-Europeans hard to beat

Montenegro will go into Tuesday's game in the hotbed of Podgorica on a run of eight unbeaten matches and in fine heart. On Friday they won 1-0 in Moldova to remain two points clear of England in Group H, Mirko Vucinic scoring the only goal after Milorad Pekovic had been sent off for a second yellow card.

Even the arrival of the Olympics does not bring much financial cheer as the club does not own the Ricoh

High Court to look into Coventry City finances

A High Court judge is next week due to analyse the finances of Coventry City after the owner of the stadium where the League One football club plays said it was owed rent.

Milan’s Kevin-Prince Boateng (left) and Kevin Constant wear anti-racism shirts before their game against Siena yesterday

Kevin-Prince Boateng says he was 'treated like an animal' by racist fans

The AC Milan forward has criticised Fifa for their lack of action

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Blackburn have nine games to save themselves, says former striker Kevin Gallacher

For the second time this season Gary Bowyer has been placed in temporary control

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