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As David Moyes considers the effects of a summer transfer window that saw the power of vast wealth strike at the very heart of the values and self-esteem he has sought to establish at Everton, it is possible to find a small hopefulness. It is, in part, an expression of the optimism that every manager carefully and privately nurtures, but also an act of faith.

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Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has revealed the club came close to going into administration "on a couple of occasions."

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Everton agree fee for Distin

Everton have agreed a deal to sign defender Sylvain Distin from Portsmouth, and the player will have a medical this evening.

Portsmouth have chance to attack transfer market

Portsmouth manager Paul Hart finally looks set to be able to attack the transfer market after Sulaiman Al Fahim announced his takeover of the club has been completed.

Al Fahim completes Portsmouth takeover

Sulaiman Al Fahim today issued a statement announcing his investment group have completed their takeover of Portsmouth.

O'Neill refuses to reveal transfer targets

Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill is staying tight-lipped on his transfer plans after being linked with moves for Blackburn Rovers full-back Stephen Warnock and Portsmouth central defender Sylvain Distin.

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