The court case to decide the valuation of Fratton Park has been adjourned once again, as confirmed by PKF and Portpin.
The new date has been set for Thursday, February 14th but it is unclear whether this date will resolve the issue or if this is just to set a new date to finally end this frustrating ordeal once and for all.
The reason for this latest setback cannot be revealed due to legal reasons just to add to the frustration of Pompey fans who continue to ask questions that cannot be answered.
Only time will tell how this will affect matters on the pitch. Will this latest adjournment mean that the Trust won't be able to complete the deal by March 28th?
If not, then the points deduction will be applied to Pompey next season should the team be relegated on merit this season, which looks increasingly likely after yet another defeat to Notts County last night.
In other news, PKF has confirmed that a judge has allowed an extension to Portsmouth FC's administration period, meaning the club can now legally remain in administration up to August 17th.
However, that is likely to be irrelevent after Greg Clarke's statement earlier in the week that said that Pompey would be kicked out of the football league if they are still in administration in June.
When will it ever end!?