The Pompey Supporters' Trust's bid to buy Portsmouth FC remains on course, despite a further adjournment of the court case which will value Fratton Park.It was confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that the case, scheduled for January 31, had been put back a further fortnight to February 14.
The new delay is very frustrating for the PST bid team and we share that feeling with many fans I am sure.
However the hearing is not directly PST's affair, but we see it as a move which helps us to get our bid over the line.
Our bid is virtually complete and the additional time will allow the final i's to be dotted and t's to be crossed, before the case is put before a High Court Judge. We remain confident we will take control of the club by early March.
The Pompey Supporters Trust has confirmed that tomorrow's scheduled hearing over Fratton Park's valuation has been adjourned.
Pompey administrators PKF and Portpin representatives were due in court tomorrow to determine a date for a full valuation hearing.
However, it's now believed the case had been adjourned until Valentines Day.
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The Pompey Supporters' Trust is now in prime position to take over Portsmouth Football Club.
The Football League have failed to approve a bid by the 'Portpin' firm, headed by the club's former owner Balram Chanrai.
This leaves the Pompey Supporters' Trust as the front runner to take over the side.
Portsmouth football club looks set to survive as a League One side - this season - after administrators managed to clear the books of remaining highly-paid players.
The most likely outcome will see the club back in the hands of former owner Balran Chan-ri - and not the fans' preferred option - the Portsmouth Supporters Trust.
But what next for those who are still owed money by the club?