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Portsmouth Football Club will have enough cash to see out the Championship season.
There's a big boost for troubled Portsmouth, as the administrator dealing with them says the club should be able to fulfil their fixtures for the remainder of the season.
Pompey have reached a deal with The Football League over a series of payments worth around 200-thousand pounds a month.
Administrator Trevor Birch says it doesn't guarantee their survival, but it does buy more time as he attempts to sort out their finances.