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Storrie quits Pompey post

Chief executive steps down at Fratton Park

Storrie quits Pompey post

Storrie: Walking away

    Peter Storrie has stepped down as chief executive of Portsmouth but will stay on in a consultancy role.

    Storrie has been a prominent public figure for Pompey this season, as he attempted to steady their sinking ship.

    He was expected to remain in his executive post until the financially-crippled club had found a new buyer.

    However, he has decided to step down from the role and will now undertake consultancy duties for the club's FA Cup semi-final against Bolton or Tottenham.


    Pompey administrator Andrew Andronikou has confirmed that Storrie has handed in his resignation, but has thanked him for the hard work he has put in at Fratton Park during a difficult time.

    "After talks with his family and friends, Peter Storrie decided it is in the best interests of the club for him to leave his full-time employment," read a statement released on the club's official website.

    "The administrators would like to thank Mr Storrie for his undivided assistance and support over the past few weeks.

    "Mr Storrie has pledged to continue to assist the club and the administrators on a range of matters, including the sale of the club, the FA Cup semi-final arrangements and other projects and will be remunerated accordingly."


    Premier League preview

    Watch three of this weekend's games live on Sky Sports HD1 & 1

    Premier League preview

    Redknapp: Tense run-in

      Tottenham Hotspur continue their pursuit of fourth place as they kick-off this weekend's action against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday lunchtime, in a game that can be seen live on Sky Sports HD1 & 1.

      Elsewhere, Chelsea will be aiming to climb back to the top of the table when they host West Ham, Burnley and Wolves lock horns while Bolton take on Wigan in two relegation six-pointers, and Arsenal make the trip to Phil Brown's Hull City.

      Harry Redknapp's Tottenham currently occupy the much-coveted final UEFA Champions League berth above Manchester City on goal difference, although the latter do boast a game in hand. Spurs head into this fixture boosted by Liverpool's loss to Wigan on Monday, with the encounter a chance to put pressure on their rivals as City play Sunday and Liverpool on Monday. Blackburn are no longer considered genuine relegation candidates following a decent run of form, but their results away from home have left a lot to be desired. Indeed, Rovers head to White Hart Lane having not won on their travels in the league since 22nd November 2009.

      Chelsea welcome London neighbours West Ham to Stamford Bridge in one of five 3pm kick-offs on Saturday. Victory for the Blues would take them back to first position, a point above United, who at present have played a game more than their title foes. Chelsea are looking to bounce back from a second loss in three games after they were stunned by City in their last league outing. Three points separate Gianfranco Zola's West Ham from lying in the bottom three, while they have suffered defeat in their previous two fixtures. Furthermore, it gets no easier for West Ham as their trip to Chelsea is followed by a visit to Arsenal the weekend after.

      Despite a midweek home draw with Stoke,Burnley remain in the relegation zone on goal difference, with Saturday's opponents Wolverhampton Wanderers a place above them in 17th. The Clarets have failed to win any of their last five matches while Wolves' form is hardly that much better, with Mick McCarthy's men heading into the game off the back of three straight losses. The clash sees the league's lowest scorers (Wolves, with 21 goals scored in 28 games) tackle the league's worst defence (Burnley, with 61 goals conceded in 29 matches). With matters so tight at the foot of the table, a win for either side would make a tangible difference.

      Another relegation dogfight will occur when Wigan Athletic make the trip to Bolton Wanderers. The Latics should head into the encounter on a high after their shock scalp against Liverpool on Monday. Yet Wigan's inconsistency is well-documented this season, with their previous results rendered rather useless indicators for when predicting how they will perform next time out. Bolton will be aiming to return to winning ways after their search for a third straight win ended with a 4-0 loss at Sunderland on Tuesday. Just a point separates Bolton and Wigan, so again the incentive is there to inflict a significant scalp.

      On Saturday evening, third-positioned Arsenal face Hull City at the KC Stadium. The Gunners boast the best form in the division at present, having won their last four matches. Furthermore, with United not playing until Sunday, the opportunity is there for them to leapfrog the champions, who hold a two-point advantage. Hull are second from bottom in the table while they have slipped to defeat in each of their previous three encounters. Brown, who has endured a frosty rapport with Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger, will be looking for a positive performance ahead of the club's crunch clash with Portsmouth next weekend.

      Aston Villa travel to Stoke City aiming to extend their unbeaten run to seven league matches. Due to their various cup commitments, Villa have played three less games than a number of their Premier League rivals. Should they win their games in hand, then Martin O'Neill's men will be well within the hunt for fourth place. The Potters stand in their way, a club that have enjoyed a decent 2010 to date. Tony Pulis' men have lost just once in the league this year while their target will likely be to beat last season's 12th-placed finish - the club currently 11th in the table.

      Birmingham City meet Everton at St Andrews seeking a third league triumph on the spin. The Blues exited the FA Cup at the weekend but bounced back against Portsmouth on Tuesday to help them reclaim eighth position. Yet manager Alex McLeish has tempered suggestions that they could catch seventh-placed Villa. Despite Everton trailing Birmingham by two points, it has been suggested David Moyes' charges are better equipped to mount a late charge and enter the battle currently underway between Tottenham, City, Liverpool and Villa. Birmingham and Everton have already met twice this season, with the former enjoying a draw followed by a three-point haul.

      On Sunday, Manchester United go head-to-head with Fulham, live on Sky Sports HD1 & 1. The Red Devils, particularly Wayne Rooney, should be buzzing from their midweek hammering of AC Milan in the Champions League. Although they will be wary of facing a side that defeated them 3-0 earlier this campaign. For the Cottagers, who lost 3-1 to Juventus in the Europa League on Thursday, this is the second of six games in the space of 16 days. That run will be a severe test of Roy Hodgson's squad, which has so far impressed this term, with the team 10th in the table, shining in Europe and set to meet Spurs in an FA Cup quarter-final replay.

      Sky Sports HD1 & 1 also brings you live action from Sunderland's clash againstManchester City. The Black Cats ended a rotten run of form after they picked up a first win in 15 attempts by beating Bolton on Tuesday. Manager Steve Bruce will have no doubt breathed a huge sigh of relief as that overdue victory put six points between them and the bottom three. At present, City are the best placed to achieve fourth spot, with the club bragging a game in hand over Spurs and two over Liverpool. Their emphatic win at Chelsea last time out helped to relieve some growing pressure on boss Roberto Mancini, and they will now be looking to push on from here.


      Wenger warning for Real

      Gunners boss tells Spanish giants, 'leave me alone'

      Wenger warning for Real

      Wenger: Frustrated by rumours

      At the moment my focus is fully on Hull City (on Saturday) they may be less glamorous than Real Madrid, but they are much more important in my life at the moment.

      Arsene Wenger.
      Quotes of the week

        Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told Real Madrid they would be wasting their time if they launch another attempt to lure him to the Bernabeu.

        Reports in Spain suggest that Real manager Manuel Pellegrini is on the brink of the sack after the Primera Liga leaders were dumped out of the UEFA Champions League by Lyon to fail to reach the quarter-finals for a sixth successive year.

        Pellegrini was already under pressure, with suggestions he does not have the support of president Florentino Perez after more than £200million of summer investment, and Wenger has been a long-term target.

        The Spaniards tried to capture the Gunners boss before appointing Pellegrini last June and they are expected to renew interest in the Frenchman if they begin a new search for a fresh manager.

        No guarantee

        But Wenger has strongly stated his intentions, saying: "Leave me alone. I am always going to stay to the end of my contract and I am going (to stay at Arsenal) until 2011. There is no way I am going to break it.

        "For me, it is the worst possible moment to come back on that. At the moment my focus is fully on Hull City (on Saturday) they may be less glamorous than Real Madrid, but they are much more important in my life at the moment."

        He added: "It shows that £240million does not necessarily buy you the Champions League and that in Europe you have no guarantee of success.

        "If you can spend that kind of money every year, you will get there in the end, but at the moment it is difficult for them to take.

        "In the last five years we have been in the final, a semi-final and two quarter-finals in England we don't rate that as an achievement any more because we are used to it, but that consistency is not easy to achieve."


        O'Hara eyes Premier stay

        Pompey's loan eager to secure first-team football

        O'Hara eyes Premier stay

        O'Hara: Keen on more football

          Portsmouth's loan star Jamie O'Hara hopes he has done enough this season to play Premier League football next season.

          The talented midfielder is currently on a season-long loan with the Fratton Park club from Tottenham and has impressed greatly on the South Coast.

          O'Hara is on a long-term contract at White Hart Lane and admits he will be returning to Harry Redknapp's squad in the summer.

          However, O'Hara is enjoying regular first-team action with Pompey and concedes that going back to Spurs is not an option that appeals.

          The 23-year-old will have talks with Redknapp this summer and believes he will have to look elsewhere if he is not part of his plans.


          "The fans have been fantastic to me here and I have really enjoyed it, but I will be going back to Tottenham in the summer," said O'Hara.

          "Obviously, Tottenham is a fantastic club and any person in the Premier League would like to play for them.

          "I am a Tottenham fan and I've always loved playing for them whenever I've put the shirt on.

          "But I'll have to sit down in the summer, have a chat with the gaffer and see what he wants from me.

          "If he feels it's time for me to move, hopefully I've done enough this season for a few clubs to be interested.

          "I feel I have done enough this season to be playing in the Premiership and that's what I'll be looking to do."


          Meanwhile, O'Hara, who has been capped at England Under 21 level is mulling over the possibility of playing for Republic of Ireland.

          The midfielder qualifies for the nation through his grandparents and has been linked with a spot in Giovanni Trapattoni's squad.

          O'Hara admits it would be an honour to represent Ireland and says he will be considering the request in the near future.

          "Obviously, there has been some interest and it is a great honour to be asked to play for Ireland," he continued. "I'll look at in the near future.

          "I've played for England at U21 level and I've always played as an England player. That's who I wanted to play for growing up.

          "It's just something I'll have to look at after the World Cup. I'll sit down and have a discussion with my family, some friends and make a decision.

          "I'm English and I'm Irish, so to be asked to play for either is a fantastic honour. I would be proud to wear any of the shirts.

          "So when the time is right to make the decision, hopefully I'll make the right one."


          New League chairman appointed

          Lord Mawhinney steps down after seven years in post

          New League chairman appointed

          New League chairman appointed

            The Football League has appointed businessman Greg Clarke as their new chairman to take over from Lord Brian Mawhinney.

            Clarke, 52, is the former chief executive of Cable and Wireless Communications and last month stepped down as chief executive of satellite broadband company O3b.

            A Leicester City fan, who was chairman of the club for a short period, he was also head of Australian property giants Lend Lease, who are building the 2012 Olympic Village, until last year.

            He said: "I am honoured to be taking up the position of chairman of the Football League.

            "As a lifelong and committed football fan it is a privilege to serve the game in this capacity.

            "My time at Leicester City provided an insight into the challenges clubs face on a daily basis. The lessons learnt from that experience will not be forgotten.

            "I look forward to joining a highly successful organisation whose clubs are at the heart of their communities.

            "I intend to build on The League's recent successes and represent all our 72 clubs."


            McCoist admits uncertain future

            Gers assistant says any takeover could change situation

            McCoist admits uncertain future

            McCoist: Uncertain future

              Rangers assistant manager Ally McCoist admits he is unsure if he will have a future at the club if any takeover goes ahead.

              The Gers number two has been linked with the hot seat at Ibrox if any protracted takeover was to take place, but he has cast a shadow over these suggestions by admitting that everything is up in the air.

              The club confirmed earlier in the week that principal shareholder Murray International Holdings has begun discussions with property developer Andrew Ellis regarding a takeover.

              But when asked if such a scenario would determine whether he stays beyond the end of the season, McCoist said: "I would think it must. Definitely.

              "I'm sure if I was buying a football club, I would take a great interest in who I was having run it and I would expect whoever takes over Rangers to do the exact same.

              "They might want their own people in or they might want the people who are in to stay in. We won't know until that time arises.

              "I would certainly say, from our own point of view, a big indicator would be who takes over and when they take over."

              Rangers are currently sitting pretty at the top of the SPL and have a comfortable lead over arch-rivals Celtic.


              McCoist admits that the financial situation at the club is far from promising, but he says everyone has just got to get on with things as normal.

              "One or two of the players have contracts up at the end of the season and it's very, very difficult for them in the current climate," he added.

              "They are in the same boat as the coaching and managerial staff. It's not ideal but that's life and we just have to get on with it.

              "One of the bonuses of the potential takeover is that the players know nothing about it and we know nothing about it.

              "All we know is there has been media speculation and interest from one or two parties in taking over the club.

              "If that happens, that's fantastic. We pray they have the best interests of the club at heart and I'm sure they will have.

              "But there has certainly been no talk because we don't know enough about it to talk about it."


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