The left-back position is once again on the agenda as Pompey brace themselves for another potential blow. The results of a scan on Damien McCrory’s twisted knee are not anticipated until tomorrow. In the meantime, it throws up the dreaded possibility of losing another left-footed loanee through injury. Kenny Jackett is already without the services of Tareiq Holmes-Dennis following his knee injury on the opening day of the season.
Have your sayFor the new boss, there was a necessity to drive down his inherited squad’s average age. Now Kenny Jackett is satisfied his revamped Pompey reflect a more youthful playing unit. The 30-something likes of David Forde, Michael Doyle, Carl Baker and Gary Roberts were pivotal performers in the successful pursuit of the League Two title. The 35-year-old Doyle had already left before Jackett’s arrival at the start of June as Paul Cook’s replacement.
Ashley Brown insists the time is right to stand down as chairman of the Pompey Supporters’ Trust (PST). But he has pledged to remain on the group’s board. Tomorrow night’s Trust AGM represents Brown’s last one as chairman, after almost six years serving in the role. During that period he proved to be a pivotal figure in the successful fight to save the Blues from liquidation and subsequently took a place on the club board.
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