Essex Green 21 wrote:
It's only a one month deal so my take on it would be he is using it as a shop window / keep his wages ticking over and getting match fit while he is in negotiations elsewhere.
At the end of last season he featured a number of times for QPR and stood out in quite a few matches so i find it unlikely he will be committing to Pompey in the long run unless they have a realistic shot at promotion, or are able to cover his wages. Either way it is short term benefit for both parties, Akos plays and Portsmouth have someone who will improve their results and give the fans something to be happy about.
Correct, I think. From what I've read, Pompey's manager will be amazed if Akos is still in his squad come February. Akos is also playing for Pompey for little more than expenses, I've read. http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/pompe ... -1-4322088
Re funded/unfunded admin, Southampton FC were an example of the former, I believe. They also came out of admin in July 2009 rolling in money, and had spent £3 million in the transfer market by the end of January 2010.