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Understand today is a key meeting to help Portsmouth supporters decide between retaining fan ownership or accepting an offer from Mr Disney himself , Michael Eisner to buy them out.
The arguments about the rights and wrongs of this, both for Portsmouth and indeed ourselves, have been done to death and I suggest we don't re-open them here.
A thought struck me though. Around Christmas time, the Trust chairman out of the blue penned a column in a match programme raising the question of whether fan ownership was a sustainable model for WWFC going forward. Having marched the troops up the hill, he equally oddly seems to have marched them back down again by not mentioning it again despite suggestions in the article that he would.
Could an explanation for this be that Eisner was seriously sniffing around our club at the time before choosing to pursue Pompey? If Pompey say no, may he be back?