Ahead of this weekend’s Checkatrade Trophy final against Sunderland, we had a look at the team which lost to Chelsea in the 2010 FA Cup final – and what happened to them next.
Left Pompey as a free agent after the 2010 final and joined Bristol City. Later played for Icelandic side IBV, and in 2014 became player-manager of Kerala Blasters in India. Since retiring he has appeared as a pundit for BT Sport.
The Champions League winner played his last professional game in the defeat to Chelsea. According to reports, since his retirement Finnan has spent time in Gambia and started a career in property development in London.
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Rocha left Pompey in the summer of 2012, but returned the following season and make 21 appearances in League One. He never represented another club and continued to live in Fareham before returning to his native Portugal in 2014.
Captained South Africa during their home World Cup in 2010. In 2012 he left Pompey after their relegation to League One and joined Bidvest Wits in his homeland. He is the only player to have reached 100 caps for South Africa.
Was voted Pompey's player of the season in 2010-11. He joined Reading on loan in March 2012 and won promotion to the Premier League, while Pompey were relegated to League One. Later played for Birmingham and Notts County.
Left Pompey in 2010 after his loan with Lens ended. Spent three years in Qatar before returning to England where he trained with Leeds. In March 2013 he joined Crystal Palace but was released after two months without playing.
Was released by Pompey in May 2011. Spent three years at Leeds then joined Port Vale, where he also coached the reserve team. Appointed caretaker manager in 2016 and appointed full time in May 2017, but was sacked later that year.
Was sold to AEK Athens for a reported 300,000 Euros in 2010. Only played 19 games in his first season due to injuries and joined West Ham the next summer. Later played a couple of games for Birmingham.
Scored five goals in his only season for Pompey before moving to Serie A with Genoa and Milan. Represented Ghana at two World Cups in 2010 and 2014. At 32 he made a surprise move to Barcelona this season on loan from Sassoulo.
After his loan spell at Pompey in 2010-11 O'Hara played for Wolves, Blackpool and Fulham. Has been playing for Billericay Town since 2017. Was a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother two years ago.
Scored the first goal against Spurs in the semi-final. Left for West Ham in 2010 along with Avram Grant, and last played for Mumbai City in 2015. After retiring he returned to former club Cretil as a coach in 2016.
His last appearance for Pompey was as a substitute in the final. Spent six years with Al Sadd, helping them win the AFC Champions League in 2011. Is currently playing for Al-Sailiya in Qatar.
Joined Pompey for about 7 million in 2007 and played 90 league games for the club. Joined Montpellier in 2011, and later played for Sivasspor in Turkey and Sedan in France.
The hero in 2008 was a substitute in the 2010 final. Left Pompey in 2012 after the club were relegated to League One. Since retiring he has been a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and also works with the Nigeria Football Federation.
Left the club after relegation and joined West Ham in June, where he suffered relegation again the following season. Later became coach of Ghana and is now technical advisor for Indian Super League club NorthEast United FC.