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NOSWORTHY: PLENTY TO PLAY FOR

17 April 2015

Defender interviewed in Bury programme

Bury come to Fratton Park this afternoon on the hunt for automatic promotion and with a play-off spot already in the bag.

Pompey, meanwhile, go into the game knowing they have a third successive season of fourth tier football next term.

But they still have three matches remaining, with Mansfield and York clashes still to come after the Shakers test.

And Nyron Nosworthy insists that the Blues will not be content with coasting into the summer break.

“We need to give the fans something to shout about,” he says in the official matchday magazine for Saturday’s clash. “Even though we’re safe and can’t make the play-offs, you’ve always got personal pride and that should mean that you keep going right until the end.

“Plus a lot of guys will be out of contract at the end of the season, so there’s plenty to play for in that sense.

“I’m not going to lie and say my future isn’t something I’m thinking about, but it’s just about focusing on the next game and we’ll worry about what’s next in the summer.”

To read the full interview – where Nosworthy also discusses the prospects of fellow defender Adam Webster – pick up a copy of the matchday magazine from programme sellers around the ground.

You can also download it to read on your iPhone or iPad. Download the Matchday Digital app from the iTunes store, find the Pompey section and follow the instructions. Click here for more information.

Also in issue 26, Paul Jones reveals some of his favourite things and we take an in-depth look at Bury.

There are exclusive columns from chairman Iain McInnes, caretaker manager Gary Waddock, captain Ben Chorley and BT Sport/ESPN commentator Ian Darke.

Plus we have fantastic interactive content courtesy of our friends at Blippar and Navigate Digital.

Simply download the free app to unlock any of the pages that carry the Blippar logo (such as the one on the front cover.

All this and much, much more in a packed 84 pages is available for just £3.

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