Recap: Pompey get Rangers green light... cut-out fans for Oxford game... more friendlies planned
Keep up to date with all the latest news from Fratton Park as Pompey focus on their forthcoming League One play-off semi-final against Oxford.
Attention is clearly on that double-header and a potential Wembley return – but much more is happening away from the game...
Last updated: Tuesday, 16 June, 2020, 17:08
- Fans’ cut outs to be in stands of Oxford game
- Ross McCrorie to remain at Pompey for play-offs
- Pompey duo due to return to training today
Kenny Jackett unveils Pompey friendly plans
Kenny Jackett wants up to two more friendlies to form Pompey’s play-off preparation.
And in-house fixtures will also be arranged to bolster his squad’s match fitness.
Jackett: ’At the moment we haven’t finalised any other matches, but we are trying to.
’We are speaking to people and seeing if we can do something because we have the best part of three weeks now of building up to the Oxford game.
’We will also need to work at Fratton Park, which could mean playing some in-house games.’
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'Positive' Pompey duo expected back at training today
The two Pompey players diagnosed with coronavirus were today expected to return to training.
Pompey get Gers green light to keep loanee Ross McCrorie
Ross McCrorie to remain at Blues for play-off campaign
Henry confident Oxford will be ready for Pompey test
U’s winger believes the Oxford will be in good shape by the time their play-off with Pompey comes around.
He told the Oxford Mail: ’Most of us look fit and sharp and raring to go.
’We’ve got under three weeks until things kick off, so it’ll get progressively harder each day.
’We’ll be ready.’
Oxford to extend Kelly loan for Pompey play-off
The U’s are ’about to agree an extension’ to midfielder Liam Kelly’s loan move from Feyenoord.
He’ll then be available for Oxford’s play-off double-header against Pompey and is the last of the squad’s players on temporary deals to have his future decided.
We’ll wrap it up with this last post from @BlueArmyAlex