Date: 12th November 2008 at 7:58am
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Sylvain Distin has become the first Pompey player to openly admit that he is feeling a little uneasy at the moment following the events of the past few weeks – and the speculation about our financial situation and the clubs future that has gone with it.

The Frenchman quoted as telling Radio Solent that he ‘does not know what the plan is for the club anymore’, as there does not seem to be one – as there was when he arrived – so the change in management, not to mention the financial side of things that is a constant source of talk is disturbing and disruptive: ‘I came here and the club had a plan. Right now I do not know what that plan is. Every day you think “what is going to happen today?”

‘You can read in the newspaper every day that the club has some financial problem.

‘I don’t know if it’s the truth or not.’

To be honest he has not quite looked himself in recent weeks, and with him saying this I guess it explains things a little…

It is understandable that the players are a little uneasy, as we are – but it at least seems to show that he cares, in a day and age when so many do not and come across as mere mercenaries!

The sooner we get things sorted out off the pitch the better, as uncertainty off it will disrupt things on it – but if we can now build on the Sunderland win and carry on winning it will help settle people.

Another article from a paper added more, with him said to be basically considering his future at the club depending on what January brings – along with its possible ins and outs…

PLAY UP POMPEY!

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