Even with football still absent, it has been a busy week on social media for Pompey fans. Make sure you didn't miss out by catching up below!
Ultimate Football Playlist
If you’re looking for something new on Spotify, you could certainly do a lot worse than checking out the ‘Ultimate Football Playlist’ we created with Close Up.
Classic Pompey anthems, Fratton Park matchday tunes and suggestions from the first-team squad are all included, leading to a seminal soccer soundtrack.
For this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, it is more important than ever to remember that you are never alone.
Club legend Alan Knight stressed the importance of speaking your mind, while John Marquis shared his story about reaching out to a Pompey fan on Twitter.
Thank you NHS!
With NHS heroes and key workers continuing their fantastic work for another week, the Pompey family came together yet again to say thank you.
We asked supporters to send in videos of them showing their appreciation during the weekly #ClapForKeyWorkers
And thanks to BM Scaffolding, ICC Cladding and PMC, Fratton Park is currently proudly displaying banners to thank the NHS.
Club sponsors Onecom have given Pompey fans the chance to win a Nokia 6.2, featuring a triple sensor camera, PureDisplay technology and AI-features to capture detailed images.
There’s still time to enter, and all you have to do is like their Facebook page and share the post below.
Fratton Park quiz
It has been a while since many fans have been through the turnstiles at Fratton Park, so we decided to test how well they know Pompey’s home.
And if that didn’t make people miss the Old Girl enough, Pompey groundsman Matt Frost shared this stunning image from his own Twitter account:
When you can’t get the net checks to match up with the pitch stripes it’s time to consider retirement pic.twitter.com/aQF6qGEpGL— Pompey Groundsman (@grasspfc) May 20, 2020
Happy birthday, Gaz!
Former fans’ favourite Gary O’Neil celebrated his 37th birthday, giving us a chance to look back at two of his most memorable goals.
And the ex-Blues midfielder was quick to share the love.
Thanks guys love you all 💙 https://t.co/18NkS71GZs— Gary O'Neil (@Gazoneil) May 18, 2020
Paul Merson appreciation
Former Portsmouth captain Paul Merson took part in ITV series ‘Harry’s Heroes’ this week, earning praise for openly talking about his previous experiences with alcohol and gambling.
And as well as inspiring viewers across the country, it also gave the Fratton faithful a chance to reminisce about some of Merse’s fantastic performances in a Pompey shirt.
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