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Exeter manager Paul Tisdale has met Portsmouth for initial discussions about the managerial vacancy at Fratton Park.
York striker Richard Cresswell has announced his retirement as a player due to "injury issues" and will pursue a career as coach.
Portsmouth defender Danny East has revealed he did not suffer a fractured neck against Wycombe on Wednesday night.
Gareth Ainsworth breathed a huge sigh of relief after seeing Wycombe snatch a late 2-2 draw with Portsmouth at Fratton Park.
Caretaker manager Andy Awford admitted his Portsmouth players looked like "rabbits in the headlights" in the 2-2 draw with Wycombe.
Brian Laws hopes his reputation has not been damaged by his recent sacking at Scunthorpe.
can't convey the amount of excitement I have towards the prospect of the Andy Townsend edition. Gentlemen, show no mercy, for he would show none to you.
tart playing wingers on the wing for a start you tit, then the team might stop looking like a coop of headless chickens
verton are not a better team than Manchester United. You know, I think they might be.
Luis Suarez has revealed he is happy at Anfield and will stay at Liverpool after smashing four goals in the 5-1 demolition of Norwich.
Steven Gerrard claims Luis Suarez's latest performance has strengthened his claims to a standing among the world's best.
Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen is eager to retain the services of Dimitar Berbatov following his recent performances.
It's all very well having a go at David Moyes (and a few more do), but just who else would they get in? Plus, England in the Group of Death, Pantilimon and the helicopter...
It's the Mailbox all but United fans have been longing for, with Davey Moyes copping so much stick. Also have love for Martinez, Luis Suarez and Southampton. Enjoy...