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March 16, 2006

Fratton Park

Fratton Park

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Panorama of Portmouth F.C’s home ground, taken before a Premier League match against Charlton Athletic in the 2004/2005 season.

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Milan Mandaric

Milan Mandaric

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Milan Mandaric, Chairman of Portmouth F.C, pictured at Fratton Park before a friendly match (perhaps ironically) against Inter Milan, in the summer of 2005.

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Spinnaker

Spinnaker

Description:

The Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth, Hampshire; pictured from the harbour.

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View from the Spinnaker

View from the Spinnaker

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Looking out over the Solent from the top of the Spinnaker Tower; note the old naval fort on the left.

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Spinnaker

Spinnaker

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The Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth, Hampshire; pictured from the Solent.

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