Pompey forced to wait over cash disputes

Jamal Lowe celebrates scoring against Scunthorpe. Picture: Joe Pepler

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Pompey must continue to play the waiting game over cash disputes for Sulley Muntari and Asmir Begovic.

The Blues have been in a long-running dispute with Spurs over a 1m sell-on fee for the keeper, despite him joining Stoke last January.

Chief executive David Lampitt said: 'We're in the legal process and I think a hearing has been scheduled for some point in March.'

Pompey have gone to Fifa in a bid to collect 1m euros for Muntari, who left for Inter Milan in the summer of 2008.

Lampitt said: 'We've gone to Fifa and I hope it will be settled before the end of the season. It's frustrating.'