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Awford: Still work to do
Awford: Still work to do Portsmouth

Awford: Still work to do

Andy Awford claimed Portsmouth have a lot of work still to do after watching his side slip to a 3-2 defeat at home to Bournemouth.

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Awford pleased with progress Portsmouth

Awford pleased with progress

Portsmouth manager Andy Awford was pleased with his side's progress after they overcame Thurrock 2-0 in their latest pre-season game.

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Wall of Colour Portsmouth

Wall of Colour

Sky Sports is calling on all Football League fans to show their true colours on the opening weekend.

Awford halts recruitment drive Portsmouth

Awford halts recruitment drive

Portsmouth manager Andy Awford said he is unlikely to add any more players to his squad this summer after completing nine signings.

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Shorey keen to kick on Portsmouth

Shorey keen to kick on

Nicky Shorey is hoping Portsmouth can take confidence from how they ended last season and make a positive start to their campaign.

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Storey keen to hit goal trail Portsmouth

Storey keen to hit goal trail

Miles Storey is confident of hitting the goal trail after joining Portsmouth on a season-long loan from Swindon.

Storey joins Portsmouth on loan Portsmouth

Storey joins Portsmouth on loan

Swindon Town striker Miles Storey has joined League Two Portsmouth on a season-long loan deal.

Kitson announces retirement Portsmouth

Kitson announces retirement

Former Reading and Stoke striker Dave Kitson has announced his retirement from football.

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