Colin Farmery from the Pompey Supporters' Trust has responded to a revised bid for Portsmouth Football Club from the financier Keith Harris. In Harris' revised offer, Portsmouth Football Club fans would be given 15% of the shares in the club for free.
However Farmery said the announcement made today came under curious timing, when the Football League had already made clear that it wanted the Pompey Supporters' Trust to own the club. Farmery said that fans were already on the way to owning the side completely.
Why on earth would we want to accept an offer of owning 15% of the club when we are on the verge of getting 100% of the club. In our bid Pompey would be 100% owned by Pompey fans. Our bid is the only bid which deals with legacy issues. We would own the Fratton Park ground from day one, making a clean break from the past."
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