Monday’s Pompey headlines – at a glance.

New Pompey signing Caolan Lavery. Picture James Williamson

New Pompey signing Caolan Lavery. Picture James Williamson

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Matt Tubbs continued his remarkable goalscoring record – we told you on Friday, it was bound to happen – in the 3-1 win at Cambridge United as he struck twice to take his tally to 11 goals in nine matches against the same opponents. He did, however, deny he’d scored a second successive hat-trick as he discussed the events with Neil Allen.

In a controversial match, both managers had their say with Blues boss Paul Cook decidedly happier than his Cambridge counterpart, Richard Money, who ranted at anyone and everyone after he saw his skipper, Mark Roberts, sent off at half-time.

The controversial incident played a pivotal part in the game and Christian Burgess also gave his views.

You can also read Neil Allen’s full match report or take a look at the picture slideshow.

Cook has today added to his squad with the arrival of striker Caolan Lavery on loan from Sheffield Wednesday.

The latest Pompey talk is now available as the panel dissect the events at the Abbey Stadium.

And in case you missed it, Steve Wilson’s latest column on managers needing time to prove themselves is here.