PORTSMOUTH will end up in the League One play-offs this summer if the regular season ends without a ball being kicked, and the English Football League board’s recommendations to clubs are accepted.
MARK CATLIN has reiterated his hope that the League One season can resume on the pitch, but if it doesn’t then the Pompey chief executive is calling for the current campaign to be voided.
DISCUSSIONS between the English Football League and League One clubs have been extended into next week after no firm decision was taken on how to complete the current campaign.
PORTSMOUTH are one of six League One clubs who have reiterated their determination to complete the season.
THE EFL has told clubs that the Spring Bank Holiday is the earliest possible date to consider a return to training during the Covid-19 pandemic.
PORTSMOUTH manager Kenny Jackett has insisted that no member of his squad will be ‘forced’ to train when football returns following the lockdown.