The Tony Goodall Fans’ Conference held their latest virtual meeting on Wednesday evening and were joined by several representatives from the club.
Formed in 2011, it gives the heads of various supporter groups the chance to debate topics and pose questions.
Pompey chief executive Mark Catlin, chief operating officer Tony Brown and chief commercial officer Anna Mitchell are regular attendees.
And the most recent meeting also included director Eric Eisner and new head coach Danny Cowley.
The latter answered questions from supporters for an hour, ranging from his managerial philosophy to the academy.
Meanwhile, Eisner rebuffed rumours on social media that the club was up for sale and insisted that it would not be taking on any debt, despite the effects of the Covid pandemic.
There were also questions about stadium developments, 2021/22 season tickets and the recently announced loyalty programme.
Supporters’ liaison officer Johnny Moore said: “I’m sure fans of the majority of other clubs would love to have such a cast list attending meetings.
“It speaks volumes for the openness and integrity of all the main players at Pompey – and is a far cry from where the club was when I joined in 1998.”
Click here to read the minutes from the latest Tony Goodall Fans’ Conference meeting.