Portsmouth football fans are to gather outside the club's ground this morning in the hope of garnering support from senior players.
Time is running out for Portsmouth Football Club. A consultation is now underway with staff about more redundancies.
Around 5,500 employees of video games retailer 'GAME' are facing an uncertain future with news that the firm is in administration.
GAME stores in Winchester, Southampton, Fleet, Salisbury, Reading, Crawley, Brighton, Basildon, Ashford, Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Bluewater, Hastings, Lakeside, Newport and Portsmouth are among those set to close, reports say.
277 GAME stores will close this week with 2,100 jobs lost. We speak to Mike Jervis, the firm's administrator, about the future of the company.
The administrators of collapsed video games retailer Game said today they will close 277 stores in the UK and Ireland, leading to 2,104 job losses this week.
The Hampshire-based Game Group has collapsed into administration. Nearly 5,500 employees face an uncertain future. The chain employs 385 people at its Basingstoke headquarters alone. The professional services firm PwC has been appointed as administrator.
Statement just in from Portsmouth administrator Trevor Birch: "I've been overwhelmed by the support for Portsmouth FC. At Saturday's match I met stalwarts of the club who offered unconditional support. They told me they would work for nothing to keep Pompey alive. It was a humbling experience."_