HERES A SCARY POST FOR ME
So hey, here I am in my wedding morning pjs trying to feel sexy and confident. But my niggly little brain is rather cross, because today we celebrated @brightonpersonaltraining early birthday and all I’ve done is eat crap, crap and more crap.
And guess what? It’s left me feeling crap, soft and watery. But it’s one day. I have eaten so well all this week and will be straight back on track. Our minds can play the most horrible tricks on us, so right now I would be lying if I said I felt great about how I looked. However I’m documenting this moment for future Phoebe to look back and realise she’s a knob. One day won’t effect how I look in 1, 2 or 3 months time. Excuse the poor lighting and in Insta worthy quality 🤦🏽♀️ BE KIND TO YOUR MIND AND BODY
#BristolCity , #Wolves , #WatfordFC and #Brighton told to dig deep to sign League One defender
#Portsmouth defender has attracted plenty of interest from the #PremierLeague and #Championship#Bristol City and a host of Championship rivals have been told only an "astronomical" offer take Portsmouth defender #MattClarke away from Fratton Park in the summer transfer window.
Back in April it was reported the Robins are 'lining up a summer swoop' for 21-year-old, left-sided centre-back's Clarke.
While Championship sides Hull City and Reading, along with #Premiership sides Brighton & Hove Albion, Wolves and #Watford are so reportedly monitoring the defender.
But talking to BBC Radio Solentthis week, Pompey chief executive Mark Catlin said: "Kenny Jackett (Portsmouth manager) wants to build a team around Matt #Clarke . "We're not under pressure to sell, it's very much a case of keeping hold of our prize assets, unless of course there's an offer the player and the club can't turn down. "It would have to some sort of astronomical offer that I just can't imagine coming. You can never say never of course, but we're desperate to keep hold of our best players." Clarke started his football career as a trainee at Ipswich Town but never played for the first team. In the 2015/16 season he joined Portsmouth on loan and played 26 games in his first season there as a teenager.
In June 2016 Clarke moved on a free transfer to Portsmouth and has so far made 75 appearances, including 46 this season, scoring three goals in all competitions.
Clarke signed a new contract earlier this year, extending his time at the club until June 2020
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