There are supporters, and then there are supporters. Take John Anthony Westwood for example - or to give him his full name, John Anthony Portsmouth Football Club Westwood. Not only has he been to every Portsmouth game over the past 20 years, he had his name changed to Portsmouth Football Club as well, just in case anybody hadn't already got the message. He was in Hong Kong to watch his beloved Pompey play, proving again that when it comes to fans, the hard-core are without peer. Westwood, 44, and friends, Paul Allen, 31, and Andy Walshe, 30, were supposed to travel to Hong Kong with two other Portsmouth fans but delays due to flooded roads meant that by the time they got to the check-in desk the flight had boarded and the plane was out on the runway. It looked like they were going nowhere, but Westwood would not be put off. 'I made a few calls and although I couldn't get everyone sorted with flights I got something arranged for a few of us,' Westwood said. He got alternate flights via Helsinki - but only three seats were available. Westwood and Walshe, as the organisers, got first pick on the three available seats leaving Allen and the other two to decide who got the last one by flipping a coin. 'I won the toss, and the two other guys who were with us lost out,' Allen said. Allen's mates may have missed out on seeing their team play, but they also missed the journey from hell. 'I had to travel on my own to Helsinki and then spend 24 hours in a hotel on my own,' said Allen. 'Originally we were all supposed to get here together on Sunday and I only arrived this morning. 'I don't regret it though, we'd do anything to see Portsmouth. It's the first time I've been out of Europe and I'm having a great time. John did sterling work for us to get us here. He's a diehard Pompey supporter.' But like a true fan, Westwood played down the praise. 'It was either sort something out or miss Pompey playing, and I wasn't going to miss Pompey playing,' Westwood said.