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GBFC Site Manager31 Mar - 23:04
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Former Players Day To Support - BORO’s Final Push - We Can Do This Gosport

Another Massive League Game - this Bank Holiday afternoon when 2nd placed Gosport Borough tackle local rivals Winchester at the AEI - KO 3pm

BORO’ will be looking to Bounce Back against The Citizens, in front of what could be a Bumper Bank Holiday crowd.

In the crowd this afternoon supporting The Club’s Final Push will be number of familiar faces

BORO’ welcome more than 20 club stalwarts back to The AEI this afternoon for the club’s annual Former Players Day.

Re-started in 2022 after the pandemic, the day is a popular one with the players and fans alike, as they get to rekindle the fan and player associations of the club’s many successes over the decades.

The former players, including the likes of Tony Mahoney, Tony Stares, Richie Moran, Peter Mullice, John Hawes, Ken Finlay and Ian, father of current player Harvey, Rew, to name a few, will be around in the ground in the club house before during and after the game.
At half time they will have a special team picture on the pitch.

At the same time, club Chairman Iain McInnes will be presented with a Portsmouth FC VIP edition of the club’s 125th anniversary history by its editor and Chair of the Pompey 125 Steering Committee Colin Farmery.

Colin knows BORO’ well, having volunteered at the club for a couple of seasons before returning to Fratton Park.

He will be also presenting BORO’ with a signed, framed programme from the Royal Artillery v Pompey 125 anniversary match, staged at The AEI Privett Park last September.

Colin said: “I’m delighted we are finally able to make these presentations. BORO’ is a club which is very important to Portsmouth FC, which is why I was delighted when Gosport were able to stage our 125th historic friendly.”

Come support the BORO’…..We can do this.

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