DO you know a modern day St George who may not slay Dragons or rescue princesses but has made Southampton a better place?
Southampton's 1976 FA Cup winning manager Lawrie McMenemy writes an exclusive weekly column for the Daily Echo.
Picture the scene.
Manchester United and Southampton go head to head in the EFL Cup final on Sunday - 41 years on from Saints' most famous day.
Remember the Ted Bates statue that caused uproar among Saints fans? It's been 10 years since the infamous statue was unveiled.
SIX days after they were cruelly denied the club's first trophy for 41 years, Saints bounced back from their Wembley heartbreak by emulating another 1976 achievement.
IT is a moment which has not come around all too often in the history of Southampton Football Club.
Peter Rodrigues is the only Saints captain to have lifted a major trophy - a load the 1976 FA Cup hero hopes to share after tomorrow.
The Uruguayan defender has not played competitive football since leaving Juventus at the end of last season.