Tal Ben Haim (right) is owed a substantial amount of money

Pompey close to folding as Redknapp offers help

Harry Redknapp has said he will try to help save his former club Portsmouth from oblivion. The League One club have been set a deadline of 10 August by the administrator Trevor Birch to have their finances in order or face going out of business.

Tal Ben Haim (right) is owed a substantial amount of money

Liquidation looms large over Portsmouth as former manager Harry Redknapp offers help

Harry Redknapp has said he will try to help save his former club Portsmouth from oblivion. The League One club have been set a deadline of 10 August by the administrator Trevor Birch to have their finances in order or face going out of business.

Portsmouth go into administration for a second time

Harry Redknapp will attempt to save Portsmouth from closure

Harry Redknapp has revealed that he will attempt to help save his former club Portsmouth from being shut down.

Impasse: Tal Ben Haim sees himself as a victim of Portsmouth's problems

Bel Haim a symbol of Pompey's fall

Defender on £36,000 a week among seven players dragging League One club towards liquidation

Portsmouth go into administration for a second time

Portsmouth given points penalty

Portsmouth have been told by the Football League they will have to start the new season on -10 points if they are to be allowed into League One.

Steve Cotterill: Forest's new Kuwaiti owners said the manager did not fit with 'their vision'

Ferguson Jnr in frame as Nottingham Forest sack Steve Cotterill

Darren Ferguson is the early favourite to be the next Nottingham Forest manager after Steve Cotterill was sacked yesterday.

Portsmouth go into administration for a second time

Portsmouth to start season with 10-point deduction

Portsmouth have been told they must start next season in npower League One with a 10-point deduction.

The Independent on Sunday: Defence Secretary told to shut Portsmouth dockyard

Philip Hammond, the Defence Secretary, has been told that the historic Portsmouth Dockyard should be shut down and the supercarrier warship programme delayed by up to two years.

Isle of Wight Festival revellers forced to sleep in cars

Hundreds of revellers have been forced to sleep in their cars after traffic became gridlocked when the Isle of Wight Festival site turned into a mudbath caused by heavy rains.

Redknapp has one year left on his contract

Harry Redknapp says 'strange, unexpected circumstances' surrounded Tottenham sacking

Harry Redknapp refuses to be downbeat after being sacked by Tottenham in "strange, unexpected circumstances".

Niko Kranjcar has been frustrated by the lack of first team opportunities

Tottenham midfielder Niko Kranjcar completes move to Dynamo Kiev

Niko Kranjcar has completed his transfer to Dynamo Kiev, the Ukrainian club have announced.

Niko Kranjcar has been frustrated by the lack of first team opportunities

Tottenham midfielder Niko Kranjcar set to join Dynamo Kiev

Niko Kranjcar is set to leave Tottenham Hotspur and join Ukrainian giants Dynamo Kiev after Euro 2012, the Croatia midfielder has said.

Romelu Lukaku: 'I didn't want to touch the FA Cup because I had no part to play in it at all'

'Joyless' Lukaku can't bear to touch Chelsea's trophies

Chelsea's young Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku is unlikely to start for his country against England at Wembley tomorrow, but it is his restricted opportunities at club level that have led him to talk of his "joyless" recent experiences of playing the game.

Romelu Lukaku: 'I didn't want to touch the FA Cup because I had no part to play in it at all'

'Joyless' Lukaku cannot touch Chelsea's trophies

Chelsea's young Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku is unlikely to start for his country against England at Wembley tomorrow, but it is his restricted opportunities at club level that has led him to talk of his "joyless" recent experiences of playing the game.

The match was suspended three times

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Montpellier players kept their cool to clinch a maiden Ligue 1 title with a 2-1 win at AJ Auxerre although the match descended into chaos as police were called in after local fans pelted the pitch with flares, tomatoes and toilet paper to interrupt the game three times on Sunday.

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