News from Eyefootball
With the introduction of goal-line technology, the typical Premier League season will never be the same - but we ask whether or not this will add or take away from the excitement of the game.
Arsene Wenger has backed the introduction of goal line technology in the Premier League's top flight. Wenger thinks that the sooner technology is used to aid referees and decision making, the better.
Celtic midfielder, Scott Brown, was named as the Scottish PFA Player of the Year. Their manager Gordon Strachan won the Manager of the Year award for the second time.
Harry Redknapp has revealed that Portsmouth needed to sell Pedro Mendes as they had to bring in some cash after a busy summer in the transfer market. Mendes joined Rangers this summer.
Steven Davis is set to join Rangers this week, as Walter Smith looks to add more new faces to his squad in preparation for their charge for the Scottish Premiership title.
Portsmouth midfielder Pedro Mendes has been linked with a move to Sporting Lisbon. The Portuguese international has grown frustrated with his lack of opportunity at Fratton Park, and Harry Redknapp's unwillingness to give him a new contract.
Portsmouth midfielder Pedro Mendes is interested in making a move to Spain, with a host of clubs reportedly interested in landing the Portuguese centre midfielder.
Portsmouth defeated Cardiff City 1-0 at Wembley Stadium to win the FA Cup; their first FA Cup success since 1939. Kanu's first half goal was enough to secure the trophy.
Harry Redknapp has confessed that Sean Davis and Pedro Mendes are both likely to leave the club in the summer, with Pedro Mendes eyeing a move to the Bundesliga with Stuttgart and Leverkusen interested, and Sean Davis rumoured to be considering a move to West Brom.
Portsmouth striker Kanu is ready for this weekend´s sixth round clash with Man Utd in the FA Cup between the two sides. Kanu is relishing the prospect of battling the Red Devils.
Portsmouth's travel to Bolton will be in search of more points as they push toward Harry Redknapp's desired Champions League qualification spot, elsewhere Bolton are still worryingly close to the relegation zone.
Chelsea go to Portsmouth aiming to set a new club record of 10 straight victories in all competitions, but the arrival of Jermain Defoe making his debut will give Pompey an enormous boost as they hope to pick up an important home win.
Benjani scored a superb hattrick to end Portsmouth's 578 minute wait for a goal at Fratton Park as Pompey defeated relegation doomed Derby 3-1 this afternoon. Derby had taken the lead through Nyatanga.
Arsenal are looking for a 3rd straight Premiership win whilst Portsmouth are desperate to miss a 3rd straight loss in the league. Harry Redknapp knows that his side need a change of form here after failing to score for two games.
Fernando Torres gave Portsmouth a problem all afternoon as he grabbed a brace as Liverpool defeated Portsmouth 4-1. Yossi Benayoun also grabbed a goal, whilst Benjani got a consolation for the Southern side.
Liverpool face the proposition of Portsmouth at Anfield on Saturday, with Liverpool desperate to turn around an embarassing run of form with defeats against Reading, Man Utd and Chelsea. Portsmouth have been one of the Premiership's most improved sides and are looking for three huge points today.
A cracking game at Fratton Park pits Portsmouth against Tottenham with Pompey having the longest current unbeaten sequence in the Premier League of 11 games, and Spurs playing on the back of a great 2-1 win over Man City last weekend.
Aston Villa will be keen to pick up some points after their loss to Arsenal last Saturday, and Pompey's European charge continues - this will be an interesting one with two inform sides, both sit side by side each other on equal points in the top seven of the Premier League table.
Harry Redknapp's midweek madness will be a pressure on Pompey, who will be keen to keep up the start to their good season. Meanwhile, David Moyes' team are really hitting top gear being unbeaten in four Premier League matches.
Premiership high flyers Portsmouth and Man City go head to head at Fratton Park, and Portsmouth's superb 4-1 win at St.James' Park last week showed their potential. Man City have been impressive all season, so much so that both teams have had their best ever Premiership starts.