We spoke to Pompey defender Greg Halford ahead of an uncertain summer for both Portsmouth Football Club and the players, here’s what he had to say….
Halford: “Of course not, it’s never nice losing, especially against your old manager as well. Personally I was disappointed not to be involved, I would’ve loved to be out there for the last game of the season but for certain reasons I couldn’t play, but it was tough to be up there watching the lads when I couldn’t be out there playing.”
There have been a number of reports speculating about your future, can you share with us what’s actually happening?
Halford: “I wish I could, but there isn’t anything. I haven’t got any plans to go and speak to any clubs in the very near future. I’ve been in contact with the manager and the administrator regularly since (last) Saturday but nothing concrete as of yet.”
The summer will be bringing a large number of changes at the club, from the players to potentially a new owner, is it hard under such an uncertain future for the club?
Halford: “It’s such a strange situation to be in. No-one knows what their future is, and even the club don’t know what the future is and it’s tough to speculate and give my opinion as to what I think will happen because I really have no idea. They’ll definitely be rebuilding and the majority of players will leave, we just don’t know who and when.”
Finally, what is it like playing for the Pompey fans, following you both home and away?
Halford: “I can’t say it enough, I believe they are the best fans in the world, and definitely in the country! It’s an honour to play for this club and play in front of those fans.”
Check out the audio clip from the interview by clicking here.