Why Portsmouth is the city of football

Cyril Saunders, 77, of Drayton, is supporting Portsmouth's bid to be named City of Football''submitted pic

Cyril Saunders, 77, of Drayton, is supporting Portsmouth's bid to be named City of Football''submitted pic

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Cyril Saunders, 77, from Drayton, on why Portsmouth should be awarded the City of Football title and earn £1.6m from Sport England.

I eat sleep and drink football and so do most of the residents of Portsmouth.

That’s why we own our club and deserve to win Sport England’s City of Football and the £1.6m.

Everything in the city says football, whether it’s in the pub, at work or with our families.

Football really is the heartbeat of our city.

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