David James Considered For Portsmouth Manager Job?

Chris Wright

21st, May 2010


By Chris Wright

Portsmouth administrator Andrew Andronikou has confirmed that he will discuss the newly-vacant managerial position at the club with veteran ‘keeper David James.

England international James, who has just been offered new terms at Pompey, has expressed an interest in moving into football management and Andronikou is therefore keen to discuss the club’s current situation with him;

“I believe David wants to go into management one day, although I’m not sure if this will be too soon for him.

But he is one of the most articulate guys I have ever met and I shall be discussing the situation with him.”

Sounds more like a worrying indictment of Pompey’s current financial plight than anything else to me.

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  1. Ollie says:

    Smart bloke but not sure he’d be a good manager. Too aloof, methinks

  2. Squelch says:

    I think him and the Hermanator could make a good management team. It’s either Jamo or Dowie.

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