Yesterday's miraculous comeback by Liverpool was wonderful for me, but not so sweet for beleaguered, forlorn Pompey manager Tony Adams.
Within the last hour, the boardroom decided to put him out of his misery, firing him after barely three full months in charge. Winless in the EPL since November 30, they don't look like turning things around any time soon, but honestly, you can't place full blame on Tony. After all, his owners sold Diarra and Defoe to keep the finances in good stead, and that was perhaps the final nail in his coffin regardless of Torres' late goal last night.
No clue what happens next at Fratton Park. I hear Kevin Keegan's available.