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Don't expect too much on signings, Pompey fans warned
Don't expect too much on signings, Pompey fans warned
Thursday, 24th May 2018 23:30 by staff

Don't expect wholesale changes - and don't expect a scattergun approach to new signings.

That is Mark Catlin's message to Pompey fans as he gets stuck into a summer of transfer business.

Pompey have signed Ronan Curtis and Louis Dennis, and other deals are being worked on. But Catlin says the Blues are not just chasing anyone.

He told The News: 'These signings are the start of what we hope will now be a spell of getting the players in that Kenny has identified. However, we are not going to employ a scattergun approach, it is very much targeted.

‘Kenny has given us his wish list. Myself, Tony Brown and Kenny are now busy out there trying to negotiate deals. I don’t think it is fair for me to comment on whether others are in the bag, but it’s fair to say a lot of work has been going on over a number of months.

‘I think we have the look of a very settled squad. We are just searching for some quality additions in key areas, so it’s not wholesale changes as in previous years. I don’t foresee wholesale changes in regards to players going out either, Kenny seems very happy with his squad. He just wants to add to it, he doesn’t want to rip it up.’


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