Puncheon: We're better than our league position

Jason Puncheon

Jason Puncheon

First published in Sport

The player who has gone from outcast to potential saviour in less than a year believes Saints’ position in the league this season bears no resemblance to the squad’s talent.

Former QPR loanee Jason Puncheon produced a virtuoso performance on his return to Loftus Road, inspiring Saints to a crucial 3-1 victory that could have kept Nigel Adkins in a job.

A first away win of the season was not enough to move Saints up from 19th place, but Puncheon insists the side are now showing that they are far better than their position suggests.

“As a group we've always known that we shouldn’t be where we are,” he said.

Full story in today's Daily Echo

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8:36am Mon 19 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot. bigfella777
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8:39am Mon 19 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Oooooo, get you!
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Oooooo, get you! Strasbourg Saint
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8:45am Mon 19 Nov 12

Nemesisaint says...

It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more! Nemesisaint
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8:51am Mon 19 Nov 12

Southampton boy says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Lets remember when he first come he was one of the best then he seem not want to play for us and he was loaned out at every club he showed how good he could be but soon fall out of favour an none of these clubs wanted to sign him so may be he has now got it into his head he has to play for us if he is to move on I don' think he will be a Matt Le God but the good news is wewom away and we need to build on this now with two home games that we need to win to move out of the bottom 3 so COYR's
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Lets remember when he first come he was one of the best then he seem not want to play for us and he was loaned out at every club he showed how good he could be but soon fall out of favour an none of these clubs wanted to sign him so may be he has now got it into his head he has to play for us if he is to move on I don' think he will be a Matt Le God but the good news is wewom away and we need to build on this now with two home games that we need to win to move out of the bottom 3 so COYR's Southampton boy
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8:52am Mon 19 Nov 12

mgprobert says...

I don't think people have doubted Puncheons footballing talent, just his attitude. Credit should go to NA for his management skills, and I hope JP is grateful, he could easily have fallen by the wayside.
I don't think people have doubted Puncheons footballing talent, just his attitude. Credit should go to NA for his management skills, and I hope JP is grateful, he could easily have fallen by the wayside. mgprobert
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8:54am Mon 19 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

Nemesisaint wrote:
It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
How can you be greedy trying to score at the moment? At least he showed some passion,thats what Saints need.
[quote][p][bold]Nemesisaint[/bold] wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more![/p][/quote]How can you be greedy trying to score at the moment? At least he showed some passion,thats what Saints need. bigfella777
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9:20am Mon 19 Nov 12

Clever Dick says...

It might also get him a few more goals if he practiced a bit more with his right foot!
It might also get him a few more goals if he practiced a bit more with his right foot! Clever Dick
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9:22am Mon 19 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Nemesisaint wrote:
It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
How can you be greedy trying to score at the moment? At least he showed some passion,thats what Saints need.
He did well but was a little ambitious with some of the shots later on. However he deserves the praise for Saturday so enough said.

I was a little concerned at the small errors Gazza made though. Gazza is learning and impriving but QPR were poor and against better opposition we would have been punished more severely. Their goal was a bad mistake though and Gazza was in no mans land. something that should be sorted out in training.

We are most definitely better than our league position shows, so now we have tp prove that statement against a stronger team. Newcastle are a good test. I think we can beat them and keep our first clean sheet. Now THAT would re-establish us as a force to be reckoned with and boost team confidence.

The shape of the team on Saturday looked strong, we need to cut down the miss passes, but generally that looked like a very strong unit that will be above the bottom six by the end of the season.

Reason to be cheerful ..............
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nemesisaint[/bold] wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more![/p][/quote]How can you be greedy trying to score at the moment? At least he showed some passion,thats what Saints need.[/p][/quote]He did well but was a little ambitious with some of the shots later on. However he deserves the praise for Saturday so enough said. I was a little concerned at the small errors Gazza made though. Gazza is learning and impriving but QPR were poor and against better opposition we would have been punished more severely. Their goal was a bad mistake though and Gazza was in no mans land. something that should be sorted out in training. We are most definitely better than our league position shows, so now we have tp prove that statement against a stronger team. Newcastle are a good test. I think we can beat them and keep our first clean sheet. Now THAT would re-establish us as a force to be reckoned with and boost team confidence. The shape of the team on Saturday looked strong, we need to cut down the miss passes, but generally that looked like a very strong unit that will be above the bottom six by the end of the season. Reason to be cheerful .............. Alicesdad
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9:32am Mon 19 Nov 12

miltonarcher says...

Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps.
Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps. miltonarcher
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9:34am Mon 19 Nov 12

devonsaint2 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
What a know it all you are....
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]What a know it all you are.... devonsaint2
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9:39am Mon 19 Nov 12

alan.of.eastleigh says...

Nemesisaint wrote:
It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
This. What a cheek. The last thing we need right now is players socring a goal and then looking to sore a second. The insanity of it all....
[quote][p][bold]Nemesisaint[/bold] wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more![/p][/quote]This. What a cheek. The last thing we need right now is players socring a goal and then looking to sore a second. The insanity of it all.... alan.of.eastleigh
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9:40am Mon 19 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend! Little Hitler
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9:47am Mon 19 Nov 12

Don-Irelando says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
WHAT A PLANK!!

consistancy has always been Puncheons problem- i think you might be blowing smoke up your own a little premiture here.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]WHAT A PLANK!! consistancy has always been Puncheons problem- i think you might be blowing smoke up your own a little premiture here. Don-Irelando
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9:53am Mon 19 Nov 12

Jesus_02 says...

Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Agreed.. Doesnt his contract run out at the end of the season?

He plays well when he wants to but as Nigel would say "Hard work beats Talent when Talent doesnt work hard"

For me he is still a bit predictatble but he showed up a QPR side low on comitment. His best performance though, I hope that this is a springboard for a glittering Saints career but im not holding my breath.

The best I think we can hope for is an effort to put himself in the shop window that will help keep us up.
[quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Agreed.. Doesnt his contract run out at the end of the season? He plays well when he wants to but as Nigel would say "Hard work beats Talent when Talent doesnt work hard" For me he is still a bit predictatble but he showed up a QPR side low on comitment. His best performance though, I hope that this is a springboard for a glittering Saints career but im not holding my breath. The best I think we can hope for is an effort to put himself in the shop window that will help keep us up. Jesus_02
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10:10am Mon 19 Nov 12

murfmeister says...

best game he's had for us since the leeds game.

If he keeps playing like that who cares?
Well done for saturday Punch
best game he's had for us since the leeds game. If he keeps playing like that who cares? Well done for saturday Punch murfmeister
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10:16am Mon 19 Nov 12

devonsaint2 says...

Two things from the QPR game for me.
Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically.
Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.
Two things from the QPR game for me. Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically. Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now. devonsaint2
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10:32am Mon 19 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.
Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name. scooter75
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10:42am Mon 19 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
[quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot. bigfella777
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10:46am Mon 19 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

If I remember correctly, just before Puncheon's 'crisis year', he wasn't our most popular player for 'on-field' reasons. That's to say, he had started the season badly, couldn't hit a barn door and was being given a hard time by fans.

Then came his wilderness period - no one knows the exact reasons for this - followed by a series of loans to other clubs, most of whom wanted to buy him (Millwall, Blackpool).

Some felt he was a bit of a traitor, some that it was in the club's best interests to ship him out, some just felt he wasn't good enough.

I first saw him play at MK Dons (THAT Rickie hatrick in the rain) and thought he had a lot more about him than, say, Antonio. It's interesting to see where the two are now.

Well done Punch for turning things around. As said above, I hope he isn't just playing for a new contract and realises he can push on and be a regular for the next 5+ years if he wants.
If I remember correctly, just before Puncheon's 'crisis year', he wasn't our most popular player for 'on-field' reasons. That's to say, he had started the season badly, couldn't hit a barn door and was being given a hard time by fans. Then came his wilderness period - no one knows the exact reasons for this - followed by a series of loans to other clubs, most of whom wanted to buy him (Millwall, Blackpool). Some felt he was a bit of a traitor, some that it was in the club's best interests to ship him out, some just felt he wasn't good enough. I first saw him play at MK Dons (THAT Rickie hatrick in the rain) and thought he had a lot more about him than, say, Antonio. It's interesting to see where the two are now. Well done Punch for turning things around. As said above, I hope he isn't just playing for a new contract and realises he can push on and be a regular for the next 5+ years if he wants. Strasbourg Saint
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10:50am Mon 19 Nov 12

Crispinmumbles says...

Am I the only person who thought our keeper looked like a rabbit in the headlights. On another day he would have cost us two more points. What has Kelvo done, not to get picked over this kid? Well done Saints but QPR were the biggest shower of excrement I have seen. Lambert and Lallana also deserve major credit and Jamie, you can pass it sometimes as well as having a pop but **** good goal.
Am I the only person who thought our keeper looked like a rabbit in the headlights. On another day he would have cost us two more points. What has Kelvo done, not to get picked over this kid? Well done Saints but QPR were the biggest shower of excrement I have seen. Lambert and Lallana also deserve major credit and Jamie, you can pass it sometimes as well as having a pop but **** good goal. Crispinmumbles
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10:50am Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.”

So that's 2 teams worse than us who we can finish above just need to find 1 more and we will be laughing come the end of the season Reading anyone? I must say was not happy when NA took off Shaw but it worked and I spose he was knackered
Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.” So that's 2 teams worse than us who we can finish above just need to find 1 more and we will be laughing come the end of the season Reading anyone? I must say was not happy when NA took off Shaw but it worked and I spose he was knackered SO50 Saint
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10:53am Mon 19 Nov 12

Crispinmumbles says...

The word the Echo have edited out means condemned to the inferno but in the 21st Century did this reaslly require censoring. Does the ghost of Mary Whtehouse inhabit the Echo machine. Let's experiment Cor Blimey, Berk, Blinking heck.
The word the Echo have edited out means condemned to the inferno but in the 21st Century did this reaslly require censoring. Does the ghost of Mary Whtehouse inhabit the Echo machine. Let's experiment Cor Blimey, Berk, Blinking heck. Crispinmumbles
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10:55am Mon 19 Nov 12

Crispinmumbles says...

Funny tht Berk comes from the Rhyming slang, Berkshire Hunt but did not get asterixed, well done Echo!
Funny tht Berk comes from the Rhyming slang, Berkshire Hunt but did not get asterixed, well done Echo! Crispinmumbles
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10:56am Mon 19 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

scooter75 wrote:
Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.
The skunts couldn't ! wah ha ha ha ha ha...007
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.[/p][/quote]The skunts couldn't ! wah ha ha ha ha ha...007 seventh-junction
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10:56am Mon 19 Nov 12

Hobson82 says...

Crispinmumbles wrote:
Am I the only person who thought our keeper looked like a rabbit in the headlights. On another day he would have cost us two more points. What has Kelvo done, not to get picked over this kid? Well done Saints but QPR were the biggest shower of excrement I have seen. Lambert and Lallana also deserve major credit and Jamie, you can pass it sometimes as well as having a pop but **** good goal.
Who's Jamie?!?
[quote][p][bold]Crispinmumbles[/bold] wrote: Am I the only person who thought our keeper looked like a rabbit in the headlights. On another day he would have cost us two more points. What has Kelvo done, not to get picked over this kid? Well done Saints but QPR were the biggest shower of excrement I have seen. Lambert and Lallana also deserve major credit and Jamie, you can pass it sometimes as well as having a pop but **** good goal.[/p][/quote]Who's Jamie?!? Hobson82
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10:59am Mon 19 Nov 12

City Saint says...

Well done Puncheon; he's a bit of a lad's lad by all accounts (prefers to pal around with other London-based footballers than his teammates) but the way he has come back this season through hard work, determination and some flair should be an inspiration for others in the team who have sunken into the wilderness through a lack of the above (we all know who they are).

It might suit Jason and us for different reasons, but the reality is that Puncheon's rennaisance suits us both.

Long live the revival; till your eventual sale do we part!

(Obviously I hope he stays if he plays like this, but he's CLEARLY keen to play back in London)
Well done Puncheon; he's a bit of a lad's lad by all accounts (prefers to pal around with other London-based footballers than his teammates) but the way he has come back this season through hard work, determination and some flair should be an inspiration for others in the team who have sunken into the wilderness through a lack of the above (we all know who they are). It might suit Jason and us for different reasons, but the reality is that Puncheon's rennaisance suits us both. Long live the revival; till your eventual sale do we part! (Obviously I hope he stays if he plays like this, but he's CLEARLY keen to play back in London) City Saint
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10:59am Mon 19 Nov 12

NikkkoNik says...

devonsaint2 wrote:
Two things from the QPR game for me.
Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically.
Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.
Gaston will get better and although Davis is a good player, Gaston will do things that can change a game. I do agree with your thoughts, for me Saints biggest defence problem is a weak midfield, tackle wise and potentially playing less attacking players can tighten up the game, but you can only do this once you in a winning position. Great result, good shape at last, which was the same against Swansea, where we should of won, which was thrown away due to poor goalkeeping, again. Good to see Lambert playing without Rod, these two cannot play together, which I have been saying for the last two months. Lambert is playing as a target man and not in a support role. Lets not get carried away, we still need 12 wins in total and 4 more wins before the halfway point. The last two games have seen a change and finally learning. Luke, Corky, and Gaston. We have to sort the goalkeeping out, all options look poor right now. And while I am on the rant, too many "experts" say QPR players are not good enough, poor signings etc. QPR have no team spirit which was there where Warnock was the manager. Atkins has tried hard to keep a team spirit ,even when we have bought in new players and performances have been poor. In many cases Atkins decisions have not been good. Maybe we are turning the corner, I suddenly feel more optimistic about our chances.
[quote][p][bold]devonsaint2[/bold] wrote: Two things from the QPR game for me. Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically. Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.[/p][/quote]Gaston will get better and although Davis is a good player, Gaston will do things that can change a game. I do agree with your thoughts, for me Saints biggest defence problem is a weak midfield, tackle wise and potentially playing less attacking players can tighten up the game, but you can only do this once you in a winning position. Great result, good shape at last, which was the same against Swansea, where we should of won, which was thrown away due to poor goalkeeping, again. Good to see Lambert playing without Rod, these two cannot play together, which I have been saying for the last two months. Lambert is playing as a target man and not in a support role. Lets not get carried away, we still need 12 wins in total and 4 more wins before the halfway point. The last two games have seen a change and finally learning. Luke, Corky, and Gaston. We have to sort the goalkeeping out, all options look poor right now. And while I am on the rant, too many "experts" say QPR players are not good enough, poor signings etc. QPR have no team spirit which was there where Warnock was the manager. Atkins has tried hard to keep a team spirit ,even when we have bought in new players and performances have been poor. In many cases Atkins decisions have not been good. Maybe we are turning the corner, I suddenly feel more optimistic about our chances. NikkkoNik
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10:59am Mon 19 Nov 12

NikkkoNik says...

devonsaint2 wrote:
Two things from the QPR game for me.
Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically.
Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.
Gaston will get better and although Davis is a good player, Gaston will do things that can change a game. I do agree with your thoughts, for me Saints biggest defence problem is a weak midfield, tackle wise and potentially playing less attacking players can tighten up the game, but you can only do this once you in a winning position. Great result, good shape at last, which was the same against Swansea, where we should of won, which was thrown away due to poor goalkeeping, again. Good to see Lambert playing without Rod, these two cannot play together, which I have been saying for the last two months. Lambert is playing as a target man and not in a support role. Lets not get carried away, we still need 12 wins in total and 4 more wins before the halfway point. The last two games have seen a change and finally learning. Luke, Corky, and Gaston. We have to sort the goalkeeping out, all options look poor right now. And while I am on the rant, too many "experts" say QPR players are not good enough, poor signings etc. QPR have no team spirit which was there where Warnock was the manager. Atkins has tried hard to keep a team spirit ,even when we have bought in new players and performances have been poor. In many cases Atkins decisions have not been good. Maybe we are turning the corner, I suddenly feel more optimistic about our chances.
[quote][p][bold]devonsaint2[/bold] wrote: Two things from the QPR game for me. Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically. Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.[/p][/quote]Gaston will get better and although Davis is a good player, Gaston will do things that can change a game. I do agree with your thoughts, for me Saints biggest defence problem is a weak midfield, tackle wise and potentially playing less attacking players can tighten up the game, but you can only do this once you in a winning position. Great result, good shape at last, which was the same against Swansea, where we should of won, which was thrown away due to poor goalkeeping, again. Good to see Lambert playing without Rod, these two cannot play together, which I have been saying for the last two months. Lambert is playing as a target man and not in a support role. Lets not get carried away, we still need 12 wins in total and 4 more wins before the halfway point. The last two games have seen a change and finally learning. Luke, Corky, and Gaston. We have to sort the goalkeeping out, all options look poor right now. And while I am on the rant, too many "experts" say QPR players are not good enough, poor signings etc. QPR have no team spirit which was there where Warnock was the manager. Atkins has tried hard to keep a team spirit ,even when we have bought in new players and performances have been poor. In many cases Atkins decisions have not been good. Maybe we are turning the corner, I suddenly feel more optimistic about our chances. NikkkoNik
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11:00am Mon 19 Nov 12

mark.wareham says...

Watching the awesome Ruddy for Norwich on Saturday, you can see how he transmits confidence to the back four. Gazza just isn't ready for this yet, Kelv must come back for the Newcastle game. End of.
Watching the awesome Ruddy for Norwich on Saturday, you can see how he transmits confidence to the back four. Gazza just isn't ready for this yet, Kelv must come back for the Newcastle game. End of. mark.wareham
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11:07am Mon 19 Nov 12

St Retford says...

I wonder if Pards is looking forward to his return to St Mary's? It will be interesting if he bumps into Nicola in the corridors, won't it?

I suppose it all depends on what actually happened back in the day. Pardew will either be a bit sheepish or extremely angry and desperate to win. Either way, I would love it - LOVE IT - if we beat them.
I wonder if Pards is looking forward to his return to St Mary's? It will be interesting if he bumps into Nicola in the corridors, won't it? I suppose it all depends on what actually happened back in the day. Pardew will either be a bit sheepish or extremely angry and desperate to win. Either way, I would love it - LOVE IT - if we beat them. St Retford
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11:11am Mon 19 Nov 12

SaintPC says...

A few comments from Saturday's game that are in response to some of the above comments too....

Jason Puncheon had a good game, I dont think it is much coincidence that he tries harder against his old clubs (most players do) and is getting is head down now he is part of a premiership team, and he has real competition for his place - maybe previously he felt he was better than League 1 and wasnt being pushed enough. Not saying he was lazy, but complacent probably - which I am thinking the management spotted.

As for Gazza, he did look a little shaky but it was to be expected after his error last week, he was playing in front of the away fans and may have been wondering what reception he might get - especially given the Boruc incident. You saw how Gazza celebrated with the fans after we scored, so he maybe started to relax then. The goal was a mistake, but he isnt the first keeper to be caught out there, and others made mistakes before his - it was a cheap cross, and the lad was unmarked!

For me Gaston looked very lightweight, and didnt effect the game as much as I would have expected. Maybe he had a tough week flying away for international duty, but he wasnt at the races. However, with 4 out of the next 5 at home, he will be very influential in our quest for more points coming up.

As for Shaw, I couldnt believe some of the fans whinging that he was being taken off after 75 minutes - the lad is just 17!! He is not physically fit or strong enough for 90 minutes in the top league yet. He didnt put a foot wrong and doesnt need his confidence shot to pieces by being allowed to have slack 15 minutes, potentially costing us points, due to being forced to play when he isnt fit enough yet.

I think NA has truly learnt from his substitutions mistakes of the past. No taking Lambert off these days, his physical presence is too important for the "out ball", and no hauling off Lallana or Puncheon for an "impact" player that has yet to make that sort of impact. Points are key, the team is playing well so the subs are only made where necessary.

Gaston was lightweight, so he brought on Davies for energy and to keep us from being over-run in midfield. Shaw was tiring, so Fox is a natural choice.

And my final word if for Cork, again we look a totally different team when he is playing. An unsung hero in my eyes, he brings solidity in positioning and breaks up play nicely. Keep him fit and we will be alright!
A few comments from Saturday's game that are in response to some of the above comments too.... Jason Puncheon had a good game, I dont think it is much coincidence that he tries harder against his old clubs (most players do) and is getting is head down now he is part of a premiership team, and he has real competition for his place - maybe previously he felt he was better than League 1 and wasnt being pushed enough. Not saying he was lazy, but complacent probably - which I am thinking the management spotted. As for Gazza, he did look a little shaky but it was to be expected after his error last week, he was playing in front of the away fans and may have been wondering what reception he might get - especially given the Boruc incident. You saw how Gazza celebrated with the fans after we scored, so he maybe started to relax then. The goal was a mistake, but he isnt the first keeper to be caught out there, and others made mistakes before his - it was a cheap cross, and the lad was unmarked! For me Gaston looked very lightweight, and didnt effect the game as much as I would have expected. Maybe he had a tough week flying away for international duty, but he wasnt at the races. However, with 4 out of the next 5 at home, he will be very influential in our quest for more points coming up. As for Shaw, I couldnt believe some of the fans whinging that he was being taken off after 75 minutes - the lad is just 17!! He is not physically fit or strong enough for 90 minutes in the top league yet. He didnt put a foot wrong and doesnt need his confidence shot to pieces by being allowed to have slack 15 minutes, potentially costing us points, due to being forced to play when he isnt fit enough yet. I think NA has truly learnt from his substitutions mistakes of the past. No taking Lambert off these days, his physical presence is too important for the "out ball", and no hauling off Lallana or Puncheon for an "impact" player that has yet to make that sort of impact. Points are key, the team is playing well so the subs are only made where necessary. Gaston was lightweight, so he brought on Davies for energy and to keep us from being over-run in midfield. Shaw was tiring, so Fox is a natural choice. And my final word if for Cork, again we look a totally different team when he is playing. An unsung hero in my eyes, he brings solidity in positioning and breaks up play nicely. Keep him fit and we will be alright! SaintPC
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11:12am Mon 19 Nov 12

SaintPC says...

The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing!
The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing! SaintPC
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11:27am Mon 19 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
* You're...

Idiot!
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]* You're... Idiot! Little Hitler
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11:34am Mon 19 Nov 12

El Santo says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.”

So that's 2 teams worse than us who we can finish above just need to find 1 more and we will be laughing come the end of the season Reading anyone? I must say was not happy when NA took off Shaw but it worked and I spose he was knackered
Agree. We're playing a very small League, with 5-6 teams (Villa, QPR, Reading and throw in Wigan and anothe unexpected team like Norwich-Sunderland-S
toke) that might get relegated. This is where we have to make points. And that is why losing against Wigan was such a HUGE disaster. I hope we don't regret that by the end of the season. I think we should have at least 4 points more by the end of the month which would make X-mas look quite nice and face Reading with huge morale.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.” So that's 2 teams worse than us who we can finish above just need to find 1 more and we will be laughing come the end of the season Reading anyone? I must say was not happy when NA took off Shaw but it worked and I spose he was knackered[/p][/quote]Agree. We're playing a very small League, with 5-6 teams (Villa, QPR, Reading and throw in Wigan and anothe unexpected team like Norwich-Sunderland-S toke) that might get relegated. This is where we have to make points. And that is why losing against Wigan was such a HUGE disaster. I hope we don't regret that by the end of the season. I think we should have at least 4 points more by the end of the month which would make X-mas look quite nice and face Reading with huge morale. El Santo
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11:34am Mon 19 Nov 12

Red n White says...

mark.wareham wrote:
Watching the awesome Ruddy for Norwich on Saturday, you can see how he transmits confidence to the back four. Gazza just isn't ready for this yet, Kelv must come back for the Newcastle game. End of.
Why chage an unbeaten team? I think the team that has played the last two games are our strongest eleven. Plus we don't want to destroy Gazza's confidence. Also, all the points we have gained so far have been with him in goal.
[quote][p][bold]mark.wareham[/bold] wrote: Watching the awesome Ruddy for Norwich on Saturday, you can see how he transmits confidence to the back four. Gazza just isn't ready for this yet, Kelv must come back for the Newcastle game. End of.[/p][/quote]Why chage an unbeaten team? I think the team that has played the last two games are our strongest eleven. Plus we don't want to destroy Gazza's confidence. Also, all the points we have gained so far have been with him in goal. Red n White
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11:37am Mon 19 Nov 12

Crispinmumbles says...

Jason Puncheon's intimate circle of friends call him Jaime, particularly the semi-literate ones like myself
Jason Puncheon's intimate circle of friends call him Jaime, particularly the semi-literate ones like myself Crispinmumbles
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11:39am Mon 19 Nov 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

scooter75 wrote:
Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.
The 3000 at QPR are a 10% representation of Saints home attendence.
Every one, to a man that I could see in that crowd were chanting Nigel Adkins name.
Based on this mathematics and that they are a cross section of our home support then it has to be assumed that you are the only one at SMS(if you go and if you are not a skate or a wum)who finds it cringeworthy as you so put it.
Takes all sorts.
COYS.
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.[/p][/quote]The 3000 at QPR are a 10% representation of Saints home attendence. Every one, to a man that I could see in that crowd were chanting Nigel Adkins name. Based on this mathematics and that they are a cross section of our home support then it has to be assumed that you are the only one at SMS(if you go and if you are not a skate or a wum)who finds it cringeworthy as you so put it. Takes all sorts. COYS. SFCOLDBOY
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11:44am Mon 19 Nov 12

St Retford says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers?

It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story. St Retford
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11:46am Mon 19 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

SaintPC wrote:
The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing!
There are quite a few quality keepers sitting on benches at Stoke, Villa and Spurs if we need them come January. In the meantime it's Kelvin for me now. Cork and Shaw have made a massive difference and, with Kelvin back, I think we'd have real solidity.

If Nigel sticks with Gazza, great, just concerned that any mistakes from crosses and deadballs vs Ba and co could be costly. I'd prefer to see him blooded in a less pressurised situation.

Shaw is a totally different case - yes he's young, but you can get away with it at left or right back. A keeper is much more fragile.

I think Nigel did brilliant with him - protected him during our nightmare run of fixtures, blooded him towards the end of a game we'd already effectively lost and gave him two winnable games to establish himself.

Fantastic show of unity on and off the pitch on Saturday - Saints fans deserve to feel proud for the way they've not just stuck by Nigel but actively supported him.

I think a couple of years out of the top flight have helped us get our soul back and, win lose or draw, I'm a much prouder Saints fan for it.
[quote][p][bold]SaintPC[/bold] wrote: The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing![/p][/quote]There are quite a few quality keepers sitting on benches at Stoke, Villa and Spurs if we need them come January. In the meantime it's Kelvin for me now. Cork and Shaw have made a massive difference and, with Kelvin back, I think we'd have real solidity. If Nigel sticks with Gazza, great, just concerned that any mistakes from crosses and deadballs vs Ba and co could be costly. I'd prefer to see him blooded in a less pressurised situation. Shaw is a totally different case - yes he's young, but you can get away with it at left or right back. A keeper is much more fragile. I think Nigel did brilliant with him - protected him during our nightmare run of fixtures, blooded him towards the end of a game we'd already effectively lost and gave him two winnable games to establish himself. Fantastic show of unity on and off the pitch on Saturday - Saints fans deserve to feel proud for the way they've not just stuck by Nigel but actively supported him. I think a couple of years out of the top flight have helped us get our soul back and, win lose or draw, I'm a much prouder Saints fan for it. SaintJD
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11:55am Mon 19 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

SaintJD wrote:
SaintPC wrote:
The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing!
There are quite a few quality keepers sitting on benches at Stoke, Villa and Spurs if we need them come January. In the meantime it's Kelvin for me now. Cork and Shaw have made a massive difference and, with Kelvin back, I think we'd have real solidity.

If Nigel sticks with Gazza, great, just concerned that any mistakes from crosses and deadballs vs Ba and co could be costly. I'd prefer to see him blooded in a less pressurised situation.

Shaw is a totally different case - yes he's young, but you can get away with it at left or right back. A keeper is much more fragile.

I think Nigel did brilliant with him - protected him during our nightmare run of fixtures, blooded him towards the end of a game we'd already effectively lost and gave him two winnable games to establish himself.

Fantastic show of unity on and off the pitch on Saturday - Saints fans deserve to feel proud for the way they've not just stuck by Nigel but actively supported him.

I think a couple of years out of the top flight have helped us get our soul back and, win lose or draw, I'm a much prouder Saints fan for it.
Spot on.
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintPC[/bold] wrote: The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing![/p][/quote]There are quite a few quality keepers sitting on benches at Stoke, Villa and Spurs if we need them come January. In the meantime it's Kelvin for me now. Cork and Shaw have made a massive difference and, with Kelvin back, I think we'd have real solidity. If Nigel sticks with Gazza, great, just concerned that any mistakes from crosses and deadballs vs Ba and co could be costly. I'd prefer to see him blooded in a less pressurised situation. Shaw is a totally different case - yes he's young, but you can get away with it at left or right back. A keeper is much more fragile. I think Nigel did brilliant with him - protected him during our nightmare run of fixtures, blooded him towards the end of a game we'd already effectively lost and gave him two winnable games to establish himself. Fantastic show of unity on and off the pitch on Saturday - Saints fans deserve to feel proud for the way they've not just stuck by Nigel but actively supported him. I think a couple of years out of the top flight have helped us get our soul back and, win lose or draw, I'm a much prouder Saints fan for it.[/p][/quote]Spot on. seventh-junction
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11:57am Mon 19 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now. puppy saint
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12:00pm Mon 19 Nov 12

MGRA says...

Nemesisaint wrote:
It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure....
[quote][p][bold]Nemesisaint[/bold] wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more![/p][/quote]no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure.... MGRA
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12:01pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

It's all quiet on the eastern front today Puppy. Dunno if its the fact only 11k showed for the game where the fans got their club back or maybe that once the PST take over they will be on exactly the same number of points as us albeit 2 divisions below us.
It's all quiet on the eastern front today Puppy. Dunno if its the fact only 11k showed for the game where the fans got their club back or maybe that once the PST take over they will be on exactly the same number of points as us albeit 2 divisions below us. SO50 Saint
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12:02pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.”

So that's 2 teams worse than us who we can finish above just need to find 1 more and we will be laughing come the end of the season Reading anyone? I must say was not happy when NA took off Shaw but it worked and I spose he was knackered
He's a skunt and is used to booing his manager and team off.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Anyone can look good against QPR who are even worse than Villa,the happy clappers who worship Adkins are cringeworthy constantly chanting his name.” So that's 2 teams worse than us who we can finish above just need to find 1 more and we will be laughing come the end of the season Reading anyone? I must say was not happy when NA took off Shaw but it worked and I spose he was knackered[/p][/quote]He's a skunt and is used to booing his manager and team off. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:04pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:18pm Mon 19 Nov 12

randre says...

Red n White wrote:
mark.wareham wrote:
Watching the awesome Ruddy for Norwich on Saturday, you can see how he transmits confidence to the back four. Gazza just isn't ready for this yet, Kelv must come back for the Newcastle game. End of.
Why chage an unbeaten team? I think the team that has played the last two games are our strongest eleven. Plus we don't want to destroy Gazza's confidence. Also, all the points we have gained so far have been with him in goal.
Yes... No more changing the team, you are absolutely spot on. This, for me, is the side to go into each and every game with, where possible. Keep it settled and the continuity will win points.

I think this team has already shown good class, it will get better.
[quote][p][bold]Red n White[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark.wareham[/bold] wrote: Watching the awesome Ruddy for Norwich on Saturday, you can see how he transmits confidence to the back four. Gazza just isn't ready for this yet, Kelv must come back for the Newcastle game. End of.[/p][/quote]Why chage an unbeaten team? I think the team that has played the last two games are our strongest eleven. Plus we don't want to destroy Gazza's confidence. Also, all the points we have gained so far have been with him in goal.[/p][/quote]Yes... No more changing the team, you are absolutely spot on. This, for me, is the side to go into each and every game with, where possible. Keep it settled and the continuity will win points. I think this team has already shown good class, it will get better. randre
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12:27pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

MGRA wrote:
Nemesisaint wrote:
It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure....
Presumably you know that from reliable inside sources. Our was it from from someone who works for Continental Tyres?
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nemesisaint[/bold] wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more![/p][/quote]no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure....[/p][/quote]Presumably you know that from reliable inside sources. Our was it from from someone who works for Continental Tyres? Rising_Son
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12:36pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers?

It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.
Yes, but the positive side pales in comparison with his other side.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.[/p][/quote]Yes, but the positive side pales in comparison with his other side. Rising_Son
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12:38pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Saintjock says...

MGRA wrote:
Nemesisaint wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure....
I don't remember it was as you describe. Puncheon's form was abject and he was carrying wight and looking very lazy - he was actually kept in the starting line-up much longer than his play deserved. He may well have felt the pressure of AOC on the sidelines, but when AOC played he seized his chance and stayed in on merit. Can't be much fun being dropped for a 16 year old but don't think Puncheon handled it well. Still, glad to see he's back because now he causes lots of problems for the opposition not us.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nemesisaint[/bold] wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more![/p][/quote]no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure....[/p][/quote]I don't remember it was as you describe. Puncheon's form was abject and he was carrying wight and looking very lazy - he was actually kept in the starting line-up much longer than his play deserved. He may well have felt the pressure of AOC on the sidelines, but when AOC played he seized his chance and stayed in on merit. Can't be much fun being dropped for a 16 year old but don't think Puncheon handled it well. Still, glad to see he's back because now he causes lots of problems for the opposition not us. Saintjock
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12:46pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
wa ha ha ha ha.....what a get together, one sad mumbling tw*t on his own...
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]wa ha ha ha ha.....what a get together, one sad mumbling tw*t on his own... Force14
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12:49pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Saint Alf says...

I must say the saints fans who went to QPR were BRILLIANT i was listening on the radio and all i could hear was saints fans singing there hearts out. WELL DONE. A great saints performance onwards and upwards.
I must say the saints fans who went to QPR were BRILLIANT i was listening on the radio and all i could hear was saints fans singing there hearts out. WELL DONE. A great saints performance onwards and upwards. Saint Alf
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12:58pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Force good to se you back, how's rusty gettting on down Fratton these days? I see the ground was packed to the rafters with the grat joy of the PST having the opportunity to own the club. I hope you have paid your money to support your club. A good battling performance as well against a very strong Doncaster side what minute did you leave in I hear 84 is the favourite minute for a lot of people at Fratton
Force good to se you back, how's rusty gettting on down Fratton these days? I see the ground was packed to the rafters with the grat joy of the PST having the opportunity to own the club. I hope you have paid your money to support your club. A good battling performance as well against a very strong Doncaster side what minute did you leave in I hear 84 is the favourite minute for a lot of people at Fratton SO50 Saint
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1:02pm Mon 19 Nov 12

townieboy says...

Lets not get too carried away. Yes was a good performance and three points but it was against a very poor team. Newcastle is going to be a true test sunday. If we keep a clean sheet this will prove we are gaining confidence and on the up. Noewich wednesday also another tuff one. Id take 4 points right now thank you very much.
Lets not get too carried away. Yes was a good performance and three points but it was against a very poor team. Newcastle is going to be a true test sunday. If we keep a clean sheet this will prove we are gaining confidence and on the up. Noewich wednesday also another tuff one. Id take 4 points right now thank you very much. townieboy
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1:02pm Mon 19 Nov 12

townieboy says...

Lets not get too carried away. Yes was a good performance and three points but it was against a very poor team. Newcastle is going to be a true test sunday. If we keep a clean sheet this will prove we are gaining confidence and on the up. Norwich wednesday also another tuff one. Id take 4 points right now thank you very much.
Lets not get too carried away. Yes was a good performance and three points but it was against a very poor team. Newcastle is going to be a true test sunday. If we keep a clean sheet this will prove we are gaining confidence and on the up. Norwich wednesday also another tuff one. Id take 4 points right now thank you very much. townieboy
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1:18pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Chriops says...

devonsaint2 wrote:
Two things from the QPR game for me.
Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically.
Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.
I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful.

His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured.
He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR...

By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points...

I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points.
[quote][p][bold]devonsaint2[/bold] wrote: Two things from the QPR game for me. Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically. Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.[/p][/quote]I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful. His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured. He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR... By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points... I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points. Chriops
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1:18pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Chriops says...

devonsaint2 wrote:
Two things from the QPR game for me.
Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically.
Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.
I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful.

His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured.
He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR...

By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points...

I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points.
[quote][p][bold]devonsaint2[/bold] wrote: Two things from the QPR game for me. Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically. Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.[/p][/quote]I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful. His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured. He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR... By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points... I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points. Chriops
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1:18pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Chriops says...

devonsaint2 wrote:
Two things from the QPR game for me.
Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically.
Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.
I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful.

His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured.
He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR...

By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points...

I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points.
[quote][p][bold]devonsaint2[/bold] wrote: Two things from the QPR game for me. Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically. Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.[/p][/quote]I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful. His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured. He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR... By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points... I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points. Chriops
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1:19pm Mon 19 Nov 12

manosussex says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Yes and it also shows that N.A. is a good coach who can bring out the best in a rough diamond to be fair
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Yes and it also shows that N.A. is a good coach who can bring out the best in a rough diamond to be fair manosussex
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1:42pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Redrobbo says...

Firstly thought Puncheon had his best game for Saints on saturday. I still have doubts as to whether he has the quality to be a consistant performer at this level, he does struggle to get past defenders. That said he is working had and helping out defensively so positives outweigh negatives at the moment. I cannot beleive anyone can question Gaston being in the team, he is real quality. He plays the game at his own pace and will get better and better.Before we signed him he was rated one of the top young players in the world. The touch to put Adam through for a shot on goal in the first half was devine. On the goalkeeping fron I thing Gazza looked nervous, I put that down to lack of experience.he dropped an absolute gooly the week before, an experienced goalkeeper will put that behind him, with a young goalkeeper it will play on his mind. I think that we now need to stick with him, chopping and changing goalkeepers does no good at all. If he is dropped now then it will damage him long term.Let's not kid ourselves, QPR were rubbish, to say that we are better than out league position is just not true.At the moment the table reflect how we have played, but the season still has a long way to go and if we can win our next two home games then things will look a lot healthier, a big ask but that would give us 10 points out of 12.
Firstly thought Puncheon had his best game for Saints on saturday. I still have doubts as to whether he has the quality to be a consistant performer at this level, he does struggle to get past defenders. That said he is working had and helping out defensively so positives outweigh negatives at the moment. I cannot beleive anyone can question Gaston being in the team, he is real quality. He plays the game at his own pace and will get better and better.Before we signed him he was rated one of the top young players in the world. The touch to put Adam through for a shot on goal in the first half was devine. On the goalkeeping fron I thing Gazza looked nervous, I put that down to lack of experience.he dropped an absolute gooly the week before, an experienced goalkeeper will put that behind him, with a young goalkeeper it will play on his mind. I think that we now need to stick with him, chopping and changing goalkeepers does no good at all. If he is dropped now then it will damage him long term.Let's not kid ourselves, QPR were rubbish, to say that we are better than out league position is just not true.At the moment the table reflect how we have played, but the season still has a long way to go and if we can win our next two home games then things will look a lot healthier, a big ask but that would give us 10 points out of 12. Redrobbo
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1:43pm Mon 19 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Chriops wrote:
devonsaint2 wrote:
Two things from the QPR game for me.
Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically.
Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.
I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful.

His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured.
He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR...

By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points...

I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points.
After spending 12 million quid on him there's no way he'll ever be used as a luxury player.

To be honest I'm a little surprised by him - from reading the comments attributed to him before he signed I was expecting him to be quite cocky and gobby but he seems almost a little timid. He's going to take a little while to get used to the Premiership but his class will shine out before too long. Hopefully as his English improves he'll get more confident within the team and Nigel will be able to work his magic on him to make him feel 10 feet tall - it's probably hard to do that with a player who can't understand what you're saying.
[quote][p][bold]Chriops[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]devonsaint2[/bold] wrote: Two things from the QPR game for me. Gaston is a luxury ( and a very good one ), but should be used accordingly. When Davis came on, Saints were no worse and Davis attacked as much as Gaston did. I think Gaston is better at home and coming on when opposition legs are tired . His skills are fantastic. However often for the 1st half we need work rate and I would consider a 5th midfielder ( davis or ward prowse ), and use Gaston more tactically. Secondly the non - communication of NC with the media is so correct in my view. You can see how the media struggle to get stories from the Saints. They then make them up. At least we know it cannot be the truth as they know so little. NC keeping quiet I am sure helps Nigel. You only have to look at how much Tony Fernandes has said in recent weeks to see the mess that has landed Mark Hughes and him in now.[/p][/quote]I understand the comments about Gaston being a luxury, but if you look at the games he has played in, we have been significantly more successful. His first game for us was Arsenal, but we then won with him against Villa. He scored away for us at the Toffees, before being injured. He then came back unfit at the Baggies, but then involved against the Swans and the win at QPR... By my reconning with him we have played 6, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 3. = 7 points... I don't really think that it's a coincidence that he's been involved in helping us gain most of our points.[/p][/quote]After spending 12 million quid on him there's no way he'll ever be used as a luxury player. To be honest I'm a little surprised by him - from reading the comments attributed to him before he signed I was expecting him to be quite cocky and gobby but he seems almost a little timid. He's going to take a little while to get used to the Premiership but his class will shine out before too long. Hopefully as his English improves he'll get more confident within the team and Nigel will be able to work his magic on him to make him feel 10 feet tall - it's probably hard to do that with a player who can't understand what you're saying. St Retford
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1:57pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers?

It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.
Yes, but the positive side pales in comparison with his other side.
Fanta is awesome though!
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.[/p][/quote]Yes, but the positive side pales in comparison with his other side.[/p][/quote]Fanta is awesome though! Little Hitler
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2:01pm Mon 19 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Little Hitler wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers?

It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.
Yes, but the positive side pales in comparison with his other side.
Fanta is awesome though!
Innit.

Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.
[quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.[/p][/quote]Yes, but the positive side pales in comparison with his other side.[/p][/quote]Fanta is awesome though![/p][/quote]Innit. Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely. St Retford
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2:03pm Mon 19 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Force14 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
wa ha ha ha ha.....what a get together, one sad mumbling tw*t on his own...
Still watching, just not posting.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]wa ha ha ha ha.....what a get together, one sad mumbling tw*t on his own...[/p][/quote]Still watching, just not posting. OSPREYSAINT
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2:05pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.”

You learn something new every day
Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.” You learn something new every day SO50 Saint
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2:22pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.”

You learn something new every day
And that's the beauty of this website.

On one hand you have plonkers like Fatfella777 and the fish fiddlers who post nothing but WUM drivel on here. Then you have the rest who add insight and value wherever the discussion may head.

We should be flattered that there's more action on here from Bompey and fishies than on their own sites. The reason? Education, activity and a secret love for the mighty Saints!

'Little Hitler' is a commonly used term these days, and not just for the obvious links to dictator type people.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.” You learn something new every day[/p][/quote]And that's the beauty of this website. On one hand you have plonkers like Fatfella777 and the fish fiddlers who post nothing but WUM drivel on here. Then you have the rest who add insight and value wherever the discussion may head. We should be flattered that there's more action on here from Bompey and fishies than on their own sites. The reason? Education, activity and a secret love for the mighty Saints! 'Little Hitler' is a commonly used term these days, and not just for the obvious links to dictator type people. Little Hitler
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2:23pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Bingo from Sholing says...

Jason. I hope you read this... I am a season ticket holder although I was not at the match on Saturday, unfortunately. Every home match I see you doing your best for our club. I, along with thousands of others, really appreciate your hard work, skill and determination. I wish you all the best for the rest of the season. You have a lot of talent, so lets not forget that. Thanks for pulling all the stops out on Saturday.
Jason. I hope you read this... I am a season ticket holder although I was not at the match on Saturday, unfortunately. Every home match I see you doing your best for our club. I, along with thousands of others, really appreciate your hard work, skill and determination. I wish you all the best for the rest of the season. You have a lot of talent, so lets not forget that. Thanks for pulling all the stops out on Saturday. Bingo from Sholing
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2:31pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

I am delighted we got our first away points. I am pleased for Nigel and for the team, they are starting to look like the solid force I believe them to be. The crowd that travels away is simply awesome. It was somethig else last season but this year it is amazing, other teams do envy that.

OK thats enough of that.

I have to say that some of the posts on here are decidedly odd. I have been quiet of late, as I got caught up in arguments a couple of times where I should have known better. Happens to the best of us.

But today ? ... There are some strange people out there. Some are obsessed with club debts, I really couldn't give a fig really. I dont care if they are in the know. I have enough contacts of my own to know what is going on but feel no need to spout about it on here. We have a business man in charge and he knows what he's doing.

I'm a red blood Saints fan through and through... I want to see the team playing, I want to see great play, great players, great games and all the fun that comes with that part of football. Some of the puffs on here today are from self obsessed nerds who just need to get out more.
I am delighted we got our first away points. I am pleased for Nigel and for the team, they are starting to look like the solid force I believe them to be. The crowd that travels away is simply awesome. It was somethig else last season but this year it is amazing, other teams do envy that. OK thats enough of that. I have to say that some of the posts on here are decidedly odd. I have been quiet of late, as I got caught up in arguments a couple of times where I should have known better. Happens to the best of us. But today ? ... There are some strange people out there. Some are obsessed with club debts, I really couldn't give a fig really. I dont care if they are in the know. I have enough contacts of my own to know what is going on but feel no need to spout about it on here. We have a business man in charge and he knows what he's doing. I'm a red blood Saints fan through and through... I want to see the team playing, I want to see great play, great players, great games and all the fun that comes with that part of football. Some of the puffs on here today are from self obsessed nerds who just need to get out more. Alicesdad
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2:34pm Mon 19 Nov 12

St Retford says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.”

You learn something new every day
It's true. I hope I've helped people get to the real nub of the whole Jason Puncheon issue...
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.” You learn something new every day[/p][/quote]It's true. I hope I've helped people get to the real nub of the whole Jason Puncheon issue... St Retford
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2:35pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

SaintPC wrote:
The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing!
Is this true anyone?
[quote][p][bold]SaintPC[/bold] wrote: The other interesting bit of news, which is great news I think, we are in for Brad Friedel! He would be a great signing![/p][/quote]Is this true anyone? Alicesdad
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2:37pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.
I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out. Alicesdad
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2:39pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Reality-man says...

I still remember the images of Puncheon literally running into Loftus Road at the Transfer Deadline as he couldn't wait to get away. I also noticed as the full time whistle went on Saturday and he just happened to be next to the ball the fans started booing, (this was obviously as they were upset with the performance) yet Puncheon though it was aimed at him and for the second time put his fingers to his lips to hush the crowd. He obviously gets wound up really easily and yes i agree he was great Saturday but was that fueled by his deisre to please us or his desire to wind QPR up?
I still remember the images of Puncheon literally running into Loftus Road at the Transfer Deadline as he couldn't wait to get away. I also noticed as the full time whistle went on Saturday and he just happened to be next to the ball the fans started booing, (this was obviously as they were upset with the performance) yet Puncheon though it was aimed at him and for the second time put his fingers to his lips to hush the crowd. He obviously gets wound up really easily and yes i agree he was great Saturday but was that fueled by his deisre to please us or his desire to wind QPR up? Reality-man
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3:05pm Mon 19 Nov 12

sfc-4eva- says...

Force14 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
wa ha ha ha ha.....what a get together, one sad mumbling tw*t on his own...
FORCE. You should know how that feels. It would be like being at your shed of a ground.
Quote "1 sad mumbling tw@t, on his own". Ha ha

COYRS
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]wa ha ha ha ha.....what a get together, one sad mumbling tw*t on his own...[/p][/quote]FORCE. You should know how that feels. It would be like being at your shed of a ground. Quote "1 sad mumbling tw@t, on his own". Ha ha COYRS sfc-4eva-
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3:05pm Mon 19 Nov 12

miltonarcher says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot...

We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason).

We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
Who is the idiot? I thought his first name was Adolf, not Little.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]Who is the idiot? I thought his first name was Adolf, not Little. miltonarcher
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3:08pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

St Retford says...
2:34pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint wrote:
Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.”

You learn something new every day
It's true. I hope I've helped people get to the real nub of the whole Jason Puncheon issue...”

My main issue is where have all the skunts gone? Very quiet on here today
St Retford says... 2:34pm Mon 19 Nov 12 SO50 Saint wrote: Apparently because of the whole Hitler 'business' there was a trade embargo on Germany so Coca Cola Germany couldn't get the ingredients to make Coke. Consequently, they came up with a new drink using the stuff they could find, and called it Fanta because it was short for the German word Fantasie. Admittedly, the Second World War was quite a high price to pay for it, but by god it's lovely.” You learn something new every day It's true. I hope I've helped people get to the real nub of the whole Jason Puncheon issue...” My main issue is where have all the skunts gone? Very quiet on here today SO50 Saint
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3:09pm Mon 19 Nov 12

MGRA says...

Saintjock wrote:
MGRA wrote:
Nemesisaint wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more!
no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure....
I don't remember it was as you describe. Puncheon's form was abject and he was carrying wight and looking very lazy - he was actually kept in the starting line-up much longer than his play deserved. He may well have felt the pressure of AOC on the sidelines, but when AOC played he seized his chance and stayed in on merit. Can't be much fun being dropped for a 16 year old but don't think Puncheon handled it well. Still, glad to see he's back because now he causes lots of problems for the opposition not us.
he was not being used properly if you remember, he was being played in daft positions sometimes and I think Saints were all to quick to ship-him-out. But it looks like this is toys-out-of-the-pram story with a happy ending, unusual in football, my view of Punch and NC went up after that conclusion.
[quote][p][bold]Saintjock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nemesisaint[/bold] wrote: It is a long time ago, but wasn't Puncheon ostracised for bullying Oxo? He may have been partly responsible for him deciding to leave in the end. Whatever the problem was,it was dealt with sensibly within the Club, peace was declared and all is well again. The only criticism of JP on Saturday was having got his goal, he then became a bit greedy looking for more![/p][/quote]no what actually happened was that Punch was dropped so that Saints could show-case AOC and line up a deal.... He was treated very badly and had every right to take issue. Just how he did that was another matter and I am not in support of any player on big money who causes disruption. Anyway its clear now that letting Punch go would have been a huge mistake. So well done all for making friends and getting on with football. Yes he did get greedy but he will see that on the replays and will amend his game I am sure....[/p][/quote]I don't remember it was as you describe. Puncheon's form was abject and he was carrying wight and looking very lazy - he was actually kept in the starting line-up much longer than his play deserved. He may well have felt the pressure of AOC on the sidelines, but when AOC played he seized his chance and stayed in on merit. Can't be much fun being dropped for a 16 year old but don't think Puncheon handled it well. Still, glad to see he's back because now he causes lots of problems for the opposition not us.[/p][/quote]he was not being used properly if you remember, he was being played in daft positions sometimes and I think Saints were all to quick to ship-him-out. But it looks like this is toys-out-of-the-pram story with a happy ending, unusual in football, my view of Punch and NC went up after that conclusion. MGRA
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3:11pm Mon 19 Nov 12

warrens 76 says...

We beat the bottom club so relief yes however a bit of realism is required..we will have arrived when and only when clean sheets appear.

....some football we play is sublime no question but end product is lacking far too often, Lallana often reminds me of the early Giggs who had talent in spades but whose final ball or positioning after beating someone lead nowhere...beating the man is not enough, what are you going to do next...

...with luck he will sort this out, happy days then...general overplaying and trying to walk the ball in the net has to be dealt with by other too.

We will not go down, I have said that from the off, the suprise to other teams in the premiership will come when it all clicks into place because we are a much better side than many teams....

.. schoolboy or sunday league errors still a hangover from division 1 are costing us dear..when these errors are all addressed and they will be, we will all be supporting a top 7 side.

When the results and beautiful football combine....well I will leave that to your imagination..
We beat the bottom club so relief yes however a bit of realism is required..we will have arrived when and only when clean sheets appear. ....some football we play is sublime no question but end product is lacking far too often, Lallana often reminds me of the early Giggs who had talent in spades but whose final ball or positioning after beating someone lead nowhere...beating the man is not enough, what are you going to do next... ...with luck he will sort this out, happy days then...general overplaying and trying to walk the ball in the net has to be dealt with by other too. We will not go down, I have said that from the off, the suprise to other teams in the premiership will come when it all clicks into place because we are a much better side than many teams.... .. schoolboy or sunday league errors still a hangover from division 1 are costing us dear..when these errors are all addressed and they will be, we will all be supporting a top 7 side. When the results and beautiful football combine....well I will leave that to your imagination.. warrens 76
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3:30pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Norwegian Saint says...

Sorry.... just cant help repeating this!

Bill Bailey...
Martin Clunes...
Liam Ridgewell...
Ade Edmundson...
Ken Bates...
Ferne Cotton...
Pete Doherty...
.........
.........
.........
"YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!"
Sorry.... just cant help repeating this! Bill Bailey... Martin Clunes... Liam Ridgewell... Ade Edmundson... Ken Bates... Ferne Cotton... Pete Doherty... ......... ......... ......... "YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!" Norwegian Saint
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3:33pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Velleity says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
I prefer this quote:

bigfella777 says...
9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12
We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio.


Your loyalty clearly has no bounds.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]I prefer this quote: bigfella777 says... 9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12 We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio. Your loyalty clearly has no bounds. Velleity
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3:43pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game. Velleity
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3:57pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

Velleity wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
I prefer this quote:

bigfella777 says...
9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12
We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio.


Your loyalty clearly has no bounds.
He never has anything good to say!

WUM.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]I prefer this quote: bigfella777 says... 9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12 We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio. Your loyalty clearly has no bounds.[/p][/quote]He never has anything good to say! WUM. Little Hitler
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4:05pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.[/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha Force14
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4:09pm Mon 19 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

miltonarcher wrote:
Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps.
Gazza and Yoshida look our 2 weak links at moment.Gazza being the biggest worry in my mind.i expect Nigel to play the same X1 v Newcastle but i would bring Kelvin Davis back between the sticks and stick with Yoshida for the time being.Also would like to see TAD LEE on the bench to be brought on if we are chasing a goal or two.
Regarding the goalkeeper position the Daily Mirror this season reported that Saints were keen to sign BRAD FRIEDAL ON loan from Spurs.If that comes off it would be a great move.But is AVB stupid enough to let him go.More likely if spurs want to farm a goalie out on loan it would be CARLOS CUDDICINI or GOMEZ.
In the past we have had 3 goalies at least from Spurs.The England B keeper RON REYNOLDS who was a great servant for the club back in the 60's.I can remember he got injured at fratton park against the dreadful poirpoisemouth.He never played again.Then we got JOHN HOLLOWBREAD from Tottenham.He was the great BILL BROWNS understudy during the glory glory hallelujah days at White Hart Lane when they were the 1st club in the 20th century to win the double.Then of course we got Tommy Forecast as make weight in the Gareth Bale deal.WHAT WAS IT MEATLOAF SAID-2 OUT OF 3 AI'NT BAD.
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps.[/p][/quote]Gazza and Yoshida look our 2 weak links at moment.Gazza being the biggest worry in my mind.i expect Nigel to play the same X1 v Newcastle but i would bring Kelvin Davis back between the sticks and stick with Yoshida for the time being.Also would like to see TAD LEE on the bench to be brought on if we are chasing a goal or two. Regarding the goalkeeper position the Daily Mirror this season reported that Saints were keen to sign BRAD FRIEDAL ON loan from Spurs.If that comes off it would be a great move.But is AVB stupid enough to let him go.More likely if spurs want to farm a goalie out on loan it would be CARLOS CUDDICINI or GOMEZ. In the past we have had 3 goalies at least from Spurs.The England B keeper RON REYNOLDS who was a great servant for the club back in the 60's.I can remember he got injured at fratton park against the dreadful poirpoisemouth.He never played again.Then we got JOHN HOLLOWBREAD from Tottenham.He was the great BILL BROWNS understudy during the glory glory hallelujah days at White Hart Lane when they were the 1st club in the 20th century to win the double.Then of course we got Tommy Forecast as make weight in the Gareth Bale deal.WHAT WAS IT MEATLOAF SAID-2 OUT OF 3 AI'NT BAD. CB FRY LIVES
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4:10pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Force14 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha
......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.[/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear....... Force14
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4:26pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

Velleity wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash.
I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints.
It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
I prefer this quote:

bigfella777 says...
9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12
We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio.


Your loyalty clearly has no bounds.
yes but he is a brighton fan .not a saints fan .trys to make out hes a saints fan.like some skunts do /particallt teborba gosport bore of the year
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]I prefer this quote: bigfella777 says... 9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12 We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio. Your loyalty clearly has no bounds.[/p][/quote]yes but he is a brighton fan .not a saints fan .trys to make out hes a saints fan.like some skunts do /particallt teborba gosport bore of the year saintkenny
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4:26pm Mon 19 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha
......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......
What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.[/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......[/p][/quote]What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well. scooter75
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4:39pm Mon 19 Nov 12

TheSaintsMan says...

Jason has surely been our best player this season, I was at Fulham and he was the only one who had any kind of creativity.

COYR!!!
Jason has surely been our best player this season, I was at Fulham and he was the only one who had any kind of creativity. COYR!!! TheSaintsMan
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4:46pm Mon 19 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha
......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......
Leaving your bedroom to go and watch an actual football match? The idea must seem utterly absurd to you.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.[/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......[/p][/quote]Leaving your bedroom to go and watch an actual football match? The idea must seem utterly absurd to you. St Retford
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4:49pm Mon 19 Nov 12

St Retford says...

CB FRY LIVES wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps.
Gazza and Yoshida look our 2 weak links at moment.Gazza being the biggest worry in my mind.i expect Nigel to play the same X1 v Newcastle but i would bring Kelvin Davis back between the sticks and stick with Yoshida for the time being.Also would like to see TAD LEE on the bench to be brought on if we are chasing a goal or two.
Regarding the goalkeeper position the Daily Mirror this season reported that Saints were keen to sign BRAD FRIEDAL ON loan from Spurs.If that comes off it would be a great move.But is AVB stupid enough to let him go.More likely if spurs want to farm a goalie out on loan it would be CARLOS CUDDICINI or GOMEZ.
In the past we have had 3 goalies at least from Spurs.The England B keeper RON REYNOLDS who was a great servant for the club back in the 60's.I can remember he got injured at fratton park against the dreadful poirpoisemouth.He never played again.Then we got JOHN HOLLOWBREAD from Tottenham.He was the great BILL BROWNS understudy during the glory glory hallelujah days at White Hart Lane when they were the 1st club in the 20th century to win the double.Then of course we got Tommy Forecast as make weight in the Gareth Bale deal.WHAT WAS IT MEATLOAF SAID-2 OUT OF 3 AI'NT BAD.
I'd stick with Gazza. Much as I love Kelvin I think Gazza's a good five inches taller and that makes him a more commanding presence in the area. His understanding with the defence will improve with every game, meaning the errors should become rarer.
[quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps.[/p][/quote]Gazza and Yoshida look our 2 weak links at moment.Gazza being the biggest worry in my mind.i expect Nigel to play the same X1 v Newcastle but i would bring Kelvin Davis back between the sticks and stick with Yoshida for the time being.Also would like to see TAD LEE on the bench to be brought on if we are chasing a goal or two. Regarding the goalkeeper position the Daily Mirror this season reported that Saints were keen to sign BRAD FRIEDAL ON loan from Spurs.If that comes off it would be a great move.But is AVB stupid enough to let him go.More likely if spurs want to farm a goalie out on loan it would be CARLOS CUDDICINI or GOMEZ. In the past we have had 3 goalies at least from Spurs.The England B keeper RON REYNOLDS who was a great servant for the club back in the 60's.I can remember he got injured at fratton park against the dreadful poirpoisemouth.He never played again.Then we got JOHN HOLLOWBREAD from Tottenham.He was the great BILL BROWNS understudy during the glory glory hallelujah days at White Hart Lane when they were the 1st club in the 20th century to win the double.Then of course we got Tommy Forecast as make weight in the Gareth Bale deal.WHAT WAS IT MEATLOAF SAID-2 OUT OF 3 AI'NT BAD.[/p][/quote]I'd stick with Gazza. Much as I love Kelvin I think Gazza's a good five inches taller and that makes him a more commanding presence in the area. His understanding with the defence will improve with every game, meaning the errors should become rarer. St Retford
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4:54pm Mon 19 Nov 12

TheSaintsMan says...

Alicesdad wrote:
I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.
If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair.

Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well.

Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here.

Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.[/p][/quote]If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair. Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well. Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here. Gaston Ramirez... need I say more? TheSaintsMan
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4:55pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

Don-Irelando wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
WHAT A PLANK!!

consistancy has always been Puncheons problem- i think you might be blowing smoke up your own a little premiture here.
Here here!!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Don-Irelando[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]WHAT A PLANK!! consistancy has always been Puncheons problem- i think you might be blowing smoke up your own a little premiture here.[/p][/quote]Here here!!!!!!!!!!! saintlysoul
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4:59pm Mon 19 Nov 12

TheSaintsMan says...

St Retford wrote:
CB FRY LIVES wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps.
Gazza and Yoshida look our 2 weak links at moment.Gazza being the biggest worry in my mind.i expect Nigel to play the same X1 v Newcastle but i would bring Kelvin Davis back between the sticks and stick with Yoshida for the time being.Also would like to see TAD LEE on the bench to be brought on if we are chasing a goal or two.
Regarding the goalkeeper position the Daily Mirror this season reported that Saints were keen to sign BRAD FRIEDAL ON loan from Spurs.If that comes off it would be a great move.But is AVB stupid enough to let him go.More likely if spurs want to farm a goalie out on loan it would be CARLOS CUDDICINI or GOMEZ.
In the past we have had 3 goalies at least from Spurs.The England B keeper RON REYNOLDS who was a great servant for the club back in the 60's.I can remember he got injured at fratton park against the dreadful poirpoisemouth.He never played again.Then we got JOHN HOLLOWBREAD from Tottenham.He was the great BILL BROWNS understudy during the glory glory hallelujah days at White Hart Lane when they were the 1st club in the 20th century to win the double.Then of course we got Tommy Forecast as make weight in the Gareth Bale deal.WHAT WAS IT MEATLOAF SAID-2 OUT OF 3 AI'NT BAD.
I'd stick with Gazza. Much as I love Kelvin I think Gazza's a good five inches taller and that makes him a more commanding presence in the area. His understanding with the defence will improve with every game, meaning the errors should become rarer.
I agree that Gazza is more of a physical presence, but he is too inexperienced for the League yet (we signed him from Gillingham after all) and this means he is making mistakes.

I say we play Kelvin, and he tutors Gazza to become a better player. Kelvin is still a great keeper (and penalty saver from our earlier games) and has a lot to offer the club.

Once Gazza has stopped his mistakes he will be a fine keeper. Until then play Kelvin (not Boruc) and play a five man holding midfield with one or two supporting the defence but allowing the other three to move forward to help the lone striker.

If not Kelvin then loan a decent keeper who is not getting games (eg Brad Freidel).
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Shaky display by Gazza, at fault for the QPR goal. Still, voted ahead of Kelvin in the recent poll, bit like Bart in more ways than one perhaps.[/p][/quote]Gazza and Yoshida look our 2 weak links at moment.Gazza being the biggest worry in my mind.i expect Nigel to play the same X1 v Newcastle but i would bring Kelvin Davis back between the sticks and stick with Yoshida for the time being.Also would like to see TAD LEE on the bench to be brought on if we are chasing a goal or two. Regarding the goalkeeper position the Daily Mirror this season reported that Saints were keen to sign BRAD FRIEDAL ON loan from Spurs.If that comes off it would be a great move.But is AVB stupid enough to let him go.More likely if spurs want to farm a goalie out on loan it would be CARLOS CUDDICINI or GOMEZ. In the past we have had 3 goalies at least from Spurs.The England B keeper RON REYNOLDS who was a great servant for the club back in the 60's.I can remember he got injured at fratton park against the dreadful poirpoisemouth.He never played again.Then we got JOHN HOLLOWBREAD from Tottenham.He was the great BILL BROWNS understudy during the glory glory hallelujah days at White Hart Lane when they were the 1st club in the 20th century to win the double.Then of course we got Tommy Forecast as make weight in the Gareth Bale deal.WHAT WAS IT MEATLOAF SAID-2 OUT OF 3 AI'NT BAD.[/p][/quote]I'd stick with Gazza. Much as I love Kelvin I think Gazza's a good five inches taller and that makes him a more commanding presence in the area. His understanding with the defence will improve with every game, meaning the errors should become rarer.[/p][/quote]I agree that Gazza is more of a physical presence, but he is too inexperienced for the League yet (we signed him from Gillingham after all) and this means he is making mistakes. I say we play Kelvin, and he tutors Gazza to become a better player. Kelvin is still a great keeper (and penalty saver from our earlier games) and has a lot to offer the club. Once Gazza has stopped his mistakes he will be a fine keeper. Until then play Kelvin (not Boruc) and play a five man holding midfield with one or two supporting the defence but allowing the other three to move forward to help the lone striker. If not Kelvin then loan a decent keeper who is not getting games (eg Brad Freidel). TheSaintsMan
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5:01pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Velleity says...

scooter75 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha
......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......
What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well.
Poor old Force doesn't understand the concept of "mates". As he sits all alone at Fratton after everyone's left (about 70 mins in the past couple of games) he finds himself wondering where it all went wrong.

His only friends are on here (must be; he spends much of his life in here). Soon he'll be coming along to St Marys to see what big crowds and Premier League football are like. He might even end up having a pint with us all and repenting his past in public.

Either that or it's another week in front of his PC all alone, aged 34, in his parents' front bedroom.
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.[/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......[/p][/quote]What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well.[/p][/quote]Poor old Force doesn't understand the concept of "mates". As he sits all alone at Fratton after everyone's left (about 70 mins in the past couple of games) he finds himself wondering where it all went wrong. His only friends are on here (must be; he spends much of his life in here). Soon he'll be coming along to St Marys to see what big crowds and Premier League football are like. He might even end up having a pint with us all and repenting his past in public. Either that or it's another week in front of his PC all alone, aged 34, in his parents' front bedroom. Velleity
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5:02pm Mon 19 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

4 home games out of the next 5, all against teams in the bottom half and the 2 away games after these are v Fulham (9th and sliding) and Stoke.

The confidence that had been ebbing away was back against Swansea and QPR. I can see us putting a decent run together for the rest of 2012 now.

Team has a settled look to it; all Gazza needs is a clean sheet. Cabaye being out for weeks helps.
4 home games out of the next 5, all against teams in the bottom half and the 2 away games after these are v Fulham (9th and sliding) and Stoke. The confidence that had been ebbing away was back against Swansea and QPR. I can see us putting a decent run together for the rest of 2012 now. Team has a settled look to it; all Gazza needs is a clean sheet. Cabaye being out for weeks helps. GX Saint
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5:06pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Beer Monster says...

scooter75 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha
......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......
What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well.
Well said Scooter, couldn't have put it better myself :-)
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.[/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......[/p][/quote]What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well.[/p][/quote]Well said Scooter, couldn't have put it better myself :-) Beer Monster
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5:06pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Now that is good news above about Cabaye he's class could do with Ben Arfa as well and maybe Ba and Cisse and I will be confident of a clean sheet until that happens reckon draw against the toon and then beat Norwich for a fairly decent November which should see us going to Anfield outside of the bottom 3
Now that is good news above about Cabaye he's class could do with Ben Arfa as well and maybe Ba and Cisse and I will be confident of a clean sheet until that happens reckon draw against the toon and then beat Norwich for a fairly decent November which should see us going to Anfield outside of the bottom 3 SO50 Saint
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5:10pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

TheSaintsMan wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.
If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair.

Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well.

Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here.

Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?
The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]TheSaintsMan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.[/p][/quote]If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair. Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well. Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here. Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?[/p][/quote]The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!! saintlysoul
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5:11pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .
well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo . slugger
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5:12pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintsupnorth says...

Well some gossip coming from the papers, Friedel from Spurs looking to come to Saints in the Jan window. Also a Defender from Spurs. Both have been dropped from the first team, and apparently Saints the only club so far who can firmly offer them first Team Football. Also More Rumours coming from Italy linking a Centre Back who is not getting enough first team football so could come in on loan with a view to buy at the end of the season. So makes you wonder who is on the way out.
Well some gossip coming from the papers, Friedel from Spurs looking to come to Saints in the Jan window. Also a Defender from Spurs. Both have been dropped from the first team, and apparently Saints the only club so far who can firmly offer them first Team Football. Also More Rumours coming from Italy linking a Centre Back who is not getting enough first team football so could come in on loan with a view to buy at the end of the season. So makes you wonder who is on the way out. saintsupnorth
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5:13pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
TheSaintsMan wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.
If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair.

Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well.

Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here.

Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?
The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!!
?????? are you drunk .
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheSaintsMan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.[/p][/quote]If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair. Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well. Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here. Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?[/p][/quote]The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!![/p][/quote]?????? are you drunk . slugger
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5:16pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

slugger wrote:
well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .
Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .[/p][/quote]Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........ Force14
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5:17pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Hobson82 says...

saintlysoul wrote:
TheSaintsMan wrote:
Alicesdad wrote: I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.
If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair. Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well. Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here. Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?
The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!!
I don't think we need to change a thing. Why change a team which has gone 2 games without a defeat?
Hopefully NA has learned following the Villa win when we went to Everton made a few changes and got beat.

The only thing I might change is Davis for Gazza, but then again dropping Gazza could do more harm than good.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheSaintsMan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.[/p][/quote]If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair. Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well. Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here. Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?[/p][/quote]The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!![/p][/quote]I don't think we need to change a thing. Why change a team which has gone 2 games without a defeat? Hopefully NA has learned following the Villa win when we went to Everton made a few changes and got beat. The only thing I might change is Davis for Gazza, but then again dropping Gazza could do more harm than good. Hobson82
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5:20pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

Force14 wrote:
slugger wrote:
well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .
Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........
come along , the kids normally have a little kick around outside , one of the seedhouses may even get you a lemonade .
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .[/p][/quote]Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........[/p][/quote]come along , the kids normally have a little kick around outside , one of the seedhouses may even get you a lemonade . slugger
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5:22pm Mon 19 Nov 12

ventnorsaint says...

" Congratulations Saints on your great victory last Saturday " great stuff!
Keep it up!
" Congratulations Saints on your great victory last Saturday " great stuff! Keep it up! ventnorsaint
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5:22pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Can they use Force as the ball?
Can they use Force as the ball? SO50 Saint
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5:23pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Scarborosaint says...

Jp has obviously matured not just as a person but as a player, can remember Steve Williams being a cocky know it all but as he aged became one of the most underrated midfielders in the league, in gaza defence although he got caught in no mans land jp and and clyne let the winger get the throw in too easy and could of prevented the cross had they got tighter . He obviously spilled a few shots and looked nervy but he is young for a keeper and although KD has experience on his side not sure if he is a premiership keeper a good back up and maybe mentor but gaza might
be , given confidence and time .
Finally someone questioned Ramirez contribution on the site , he is 21 , new to the premier league and this country and has been out for 5 weeks but he undoubtedly has quality can unlock defences and like le tissier a bit of magic or skill will win matches .
2 big home games coming up and feel that 2 wins are not beyond us
Jp has obviously matured not just as a person but as a player, can remember Steve Williams being a cocky know it all but as he aged became one of the most underrated midfielders in the league, in gaza defence although he got caught in no mans land jp and and clyne let the winger get the throw in too easy and could of prevented the cross had they got tighter . He obviously spilled a few shots and looked nervy but he is young for a keeper and although KD has experience on his side not sure if he is a premiership keeper a good back up and maybe mentor but gaza might be , given confidence and time . Finally someone questioned Ramirez contribution on the site , he is 21 , new to the premier league and this country and has been out for 5 weeks but he undoubtedly has quality can unlock defences and like le tissier a bit of magic or skill will win matches . 2 big home games coming up and feel that 2 wins are not beyond us Scarborosaint
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5:27pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
TheSaintsMan wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.
If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair.

Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well.

Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here.

Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?
The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!!
?????? are you drunk .
No sober as a judge!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheSaintsMan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: I just hope that signings, if any, in January happen quicker than during the summer. That was worse than an England penalty shoot out.[/p][/quote]If you are implying the new signings are doing badly, as it seems, that is hardly fair. Yoshida and Rodriguez have been having a tough time in the League, but Rodriguez has done well when on the smaller stage. If he finds some confidence he will do well. Steven Davis and Nat Clyne have been brilliant, they are both great captures and will do very well for the club in their time here. Gaston Ramirez... need I say more?[/p][/quote]The time has come to play Kelvin Davies the best keeper we have by a country mile. Spider needs a rest he gives possession away far too much. NA should bring back JWP in the midfield he will play well with Cork. JWP will at least play forwards unlike Davis who prefers playing backwards and sideways. Lalana needs to learn that football is a game played best simple and Lambert needs to up his work rate and look like he wants to actually be playing for the Saints!!!!![/p][/quote]?????? are you drunk .[/p][/quote]No sober as a judge!!!!!!! saintlysoul
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5:29pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .
his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season . slugger
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5:32pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Velleity wrote:
scooter75 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.
Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match?

Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?
I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.
Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha
......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......
What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well.
Poor old Force doesn't understand the concept of "mates". As he sits all alone at Fratton after everyone's left (about 70 mins in the past couple of games) he finds himself wondering where it all went wrong.

His only friends are on here (must be; he spends much of his life in here). Soon he'll be coming along to St Marys to see what big crowds and Premier League football are like. He might even end up having a pint with us all and repenting his past in public.

Either that or it's another week in front of his PC all alone, aged 34, in his parents' front bedroom.
Joshua tree sunday......can you all wear tee shirts with your names on so i know who you all are as there will be about 30 of you from this site...lol..Wa ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It must be time for the tw@t magnet to be serviced. It's been on 11 for ages now.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Where have you been? You joining us for beers on Sunday pre and post match? Where's Osprey and Confucious for that matter?[/p][/quote]I'm planning on meeting you all in the Joshua Tree after the game.[/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha.....all meeting up...Wa ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]......ha ha ha oh dear oh dear.......[/p][/quote]What is so funny about a few dozen mates meeting up for a few beers , just because they only communicate on here doesent seem odd just you wait, loads more will be on here soon after work making arrangements to meet up as well.[/p][/quote]Poor old Force doesn't understand the concept of "mates". As he sits all alone at Fratton after everyone's left (about 70 mins in the past couple of games) he finds himself wondering where it all went wrong. His only friends are on here (must be; he spends much of his life in here). Soon he'll be coming along to St Marys to see what big crowds and Premier League football are like. He might even end up having a pint with us all and repenting his past in public. Either that or it's another week in front of his PC all alone, aged 34, in his parents' front bedroom.[/p][/quote]Joshua tree sunday......can you all wear tee shirts with your names on so i know who you all are as there will be about 30 of you from this site...lol..Wa ha ha ha Force14
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5:34pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .
What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .[/p][/quote]What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!! saintlysoul
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5:35pm Mon 19 Nov 12

up saints says...

don't agree about starting davis why change a winning formula and if we sign brad we will have more goalkeepers than strikers.
don't agree about starting davis why change a winning formula and if we sign brad we will have more goalkeepers than strikers. up saints
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5:35pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .
What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!!
drugs ?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .[/p][/quote]What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!![/p][/quote]drugs ? slugger
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5:36pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

saintlysoul says...
5:34pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger wrote:
his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .
What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!!”

I don't think Cesar had a chance with any of the goals especially that one. He also made a fantastic save from Yoshida aswell. Granted the rest of the team were shocking but he wasn't as bad as them
saintlysoul says... 5:34pm Mon 19 Nov 12 slugger wrote: his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season . What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!!” I don't think Cesar had a chance with any of the goals especially that one. He also made a fantastic save from Yoshida aswell. Granted the rest of the team were shocking but he wasn't as bad as them SO50 Saint
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5:37pm Mon 19 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other. kent141
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5:37pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .
What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!!
drugs ?
Is that all you can say 'drunk' , 'drugs' me thinks you know I'm right!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .[/p][/quote]What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!![/p][/quote]drugs ?[/p][/quote]Is that all you can say 'drunk' , 'drugs' me thinks you know I'm right!!!!! saintlysoul
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5:37pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Scarborosaint says...

Collocini is still suspended for our match on Sunday , have a friend who is a massive Geordie fan and says he is the biggest miss for them
Collocini is still suspended for our match on Sunday , have a friend who is a massive Geordie fan and says he is the biggest miss for them Scarborosaint
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5:39pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

kent141 wrote:
Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh? saintlysoul
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5:39pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Force14 wrote:
slugger wrote:
well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .
Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........
Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you.

Were you bullied at school by chance?
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .[/p][/quote]Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........[/p][/quote]Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you. Were you bullied at school by chance? Baddesley Bill
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5:41pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .
What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!!
drugs ?
Is that all you can say 'drunk' , 'drugs' me thinks you know I'm right!!!!!
just asking .......... i think you're wrong that's all .
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .[/p][/quote]What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!![/p][/quote]drugs ?[/p][/quote]Is that all you can say 'drunk' , 'drugs' me thinks you know I'm right!!!!![/p][/quote]just asking .......... i think you're wrong that's all . slugger
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5:43pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .
What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!!
drugs ?
Is that all you can say 'drunk' , 'drugs' me thinks you know I'm right!!!!!
just asking .......... i think you're wrong that's all .
Ok. Just my opinion I respect yours!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: his turnaround in attitude and form have been fantastic , love to know what went on when he met with nicola and nigel last season .[/p][/quote]What? All this hype because he scored a goal against perhaps the worst team I've ever seen play in the premier league a goal shot from distance that any competent keeper would have simply picked up. Lets see how he fairs against Newcastle, Norwich and Liverpool, assuming of course he plays!!!!![/p][/quote]drugs ?[/p][/quote]Is that all you can say 'drunk' , 'drugs' me thinks you know I'm right!!!!![/p][/quote]just asking .......... i think you're wrong that's all .[/p][/quote]Ok. Just my opinion I respect yours!! saintlysoul
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5:43pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Force14 wrote:
slugger wrote:
well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .
Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........
Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you.

Were you bullied at school by chance?
You really think he went to school?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .[/p][/quote]Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........[/p][/quote]Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you. Were you bullied at school by chance?[/p][/quote]You really think he went to school? Velleity
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5:44pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Force14 wrote:
slugger wrote:
well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .
Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........
Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you.

Were you bullied at school by chance?
twice this morning and once this afternoon .
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .[/p][/quote]Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........[/p][/quote]Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you. Were you bullied at school by chance?[/p][/quote]twice this morning and once this afternoon . slugger
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5:44pm Mon 19 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

saintlysoul wrote:
kent141 wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like?
pathetic I should imagine,.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh?[/p][/quote]I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,. bigfella777
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5:44pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Velleity wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Force14 wrote:
slugger wrote:
well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .
Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........
Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you.

Were you bullied at school by chance?
You really think he went to school?
He obviously has been bunking off just lately! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: well impressed with jason this season , it's like having another new signing imo .[/p][/quote]Joshua Tree sunday Slug, be there or be square........[/p][/quote]Force...I can see how the concept of meeting "mates" for a pint might seem alien to you. Were you bullied at school by chance?[/p][/quote]You really think he went to school?[/p][/quote]He obviously has been bunking off just lately! :O) Baddesley Bill
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5:46pm Mon 19 Nov 12

up saints says...

up saints wrote:
don't agree about starting davis why change a winning formula and if we sign brad we will have more goalkeepers than strikers.
i don't understand some people on this site at times frist 10 games 4 points last 2 games 4 points and you want to mess around with the team baffling
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: don't agree about starting davis why change a winning formula and if we sign brad we will have more goalkeepers than strikers.[/p][/quote]i don't understand some people on this site at times frist 10 games 4 points last 2 games 4 points and you want to mess around with the team baffling up saints
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5:48pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

up saints wrote:
up saints wrote:
don't agree about starting davis why change a winning formula and if we sign brad we will have more goalkeepers than strikers.
i don't understand some people on this site at times frist 10 games 4 points last 2 games 4 points and you want to mess around with the team baffling
couldn't agree more , don't you just love armchair managers ?
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: don't agree about starting davis why change a winning formula and if we sign brad we will have more goalkeepers than strikers.[/p][/quote]i don't understand some people on this site at times frist 10 games 4 points last 2 games 4 points and you want to mess around with the team baffling[/p][/quote]couldn't agree more , don't you just love armchair managers ? slugger
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5:48pm Mon 19 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

bigfella777 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
kent141 wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like?
pathetic I should imagine,.
well lets hope non of em look like you

ya fat kunt .................
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh?[/p][/quote]I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.[/p][/quote]well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt ................. angus mc coatup
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5:50pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Velleity says...

bigfella777 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
kent141 wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like?
pathetic I should imagine,.
bigfella777 says...
9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12
We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio.

You are not, and have never been, a Saints supporter.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh?[/p][/quote]I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.[/p][/quote]bigfella777 says... 9:49am Mon 27 Aug 12 We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio. You are not, and have never been, a Saints supporter. Velleity
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5:52pm Mon 19 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
kent141 wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.
well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................
Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh?[/p][/quote]I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.[/p][/quote]well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................[/p][/quote]Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb. bigfella777
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5:56pm Mon 19 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

bigfella777 wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
kent141 wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.
well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................
Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb.
well, you started it fatty.........
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh?[/p][/quote]I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.[/p][/quote]well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................[/p][/quote]Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb.[/p][/quote]well, you started it fatty......... angus mc coatup
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5:56pm Mon 19 Nov 12

up saints says...

nice too see the portsmouth invasion again do they have a web site?
nice too see the portsmouth invasion again do they have a web site? up saints
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5:58pm Mon 19 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
kent141 wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.
well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................
Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb.
well, you started it fatty.........
No probs, I like a bit of banter.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh?[/p][/quote]I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.[/p][/quote]well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................[/p][/quote]Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb.[/p][/quote]well, you started it fatty.........[/p][/quote]No probs, I like a bit of banter. bigfella777
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6:00pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

up saints wrote:
nice too see the portsmouth invasion again do they have a web site?
Just google "tumbleweed" and it leads you straight onto the skunt site.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: nice too see the portsmouth invasion again do they have a web site?[/p][/quote]Just google "tumbleweed" and it leads you straight onto the skunt site. Baddesley Bill
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6:02pm Mon 19 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

bigfella777 wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
kent141 wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.
Pot and kettle eh?
I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.
well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................
Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb.
well, you started it fatty.........
No probs, I like a bit of banter.
pray tell us o portly one !!

who's your team, cos it certainly aint saints is it.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Same old rubbish on here , why dont you use facebook or just phone each other.[/p][/quote]Pot and kettle eh?[/p][/quote]I couldnt agree more, can you imagine what these plebs actually look like? pathetic I should imagine,.[/p][/quote]well lets hope non of em look like you ya fat kunt .................[/p][/quote]Yeah, your origins are so low, you'd have to limbo under your family tree you dweeb.[/p][/quote]well, you started it fatty.........[/p][/quote]No probs, I like a bit of banter.[/p][/quote]pray tell us o portly one !! who's your team, cos it certainly aint saints is it. angus mc coatup
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6:06pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

JWP just signed a new 5yr contract.


Like.
JWP just signed a new 5yr contract. Like. Baddesley Bill
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6:08pm Mon 19 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
JWP just signed a new 5yr contract.


Like.
Good news I wonder if he will play now rather than be on the bench?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: JWP just signed a new 5yr contract. Like.[/p][/quote]Good news I wonder if he will play now rather than be on the bench? saintlysoul
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6:10pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
JWP just signed a new 5yr contract.


Like.
excellent news , more new contracts to follow i'll bet .
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: JWP just signed a new 5yr contract. Like.[/p][/quote]excellent news , more new contracts to follow i'll bet . slugger
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6:11pm Mon 19 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

My personal opinion........
Jason Puncheon was bought by Alan Pardew and was told he should be playing in the Prem and if he stayed with Saints he would.
He got impatient because he believed what Pardew told him.
All he ever wanted was to play in the Prem and he didn't really care who for.
His turnaround in form for us began when Cortese told him to behave and he apologised. Mostly because there was a very good chance we were going to get promoted and the promised land was within sight.
When Pardew signed him he told all of us that Punch was a special talent and that he would be one hell of a player, he was right.
All Saints have to do to keep him is stay in the Prem.
Just hope that no one tells him he is England class and to obtain that he needs to sign for a "big" club, he is likely to believe that.
Saturday he worked really hard to prove a point to QPR, next week he needs to work hard again to prove a point to Pardew.
As long as there points to prove he will be outstanding, so all we as supporters have to do is tell him how brilliant he is and want him to stay.
Doomngloomerchants will now start to run him down!!!!!!!!!!
Support the Saints...I do.
My personal opinion........ Jason Puncheon was bought by Alan Pardew and was told he should be playing in the Prem and if he stayed with Saints he would. He got impatient because he believed what Pardew told him. All he ever wanted was to play in the Prem and he didn't really care who for. His turnaround in form for us began when Cortese told him to behave and he apologised. Mostly because there was a very good chance we were going to get promoted and the promised land was within sight. When Pardew signed him he told all of us that Punch was a special talent and that he would be one hell of a player, he was right. All Saints have to do to keep him is stay in the Prem. Just hope that no one tells him he is England class and to obtain that he needs to sign for a "big" club, he is likely to believe that. Saturday he worked really hard to prove a point to QPR, next week he needs to work hard again to prove a point to Pardew. As long as there points to prove he will be outstanding, so all we as supporters have to do is tell him how brilliant he is and want him to stay. Doomngloomerchants will now start to run him down!!!!!!!!!! Support the Saints...I do. dadofmy3sons
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6:53pm Mon 19 Nov 12

thickscum says...

you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,
you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site, thickscum
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7:05pm Mon 19 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

thickscum wrote:
you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,
Spending money we have got.
PFC are the club with no money, or did that slip your memory?
As to complaining about you, why not?
You are not surely pretending that you are on here to spread goodwill and post things that actually make sense?
Go to the News site and check where your team are in the league, check how the purchase of your club is progressing,check what players are likely to be playing for you tomorrow. Do not bother to remember too many of their names they will probably not be playing for you next week.
Check your spelling and grammar, it shows you up as a bit of a thicko.
Support the Saints.......I do.
[quote][p][bold]thickscum[/bold] wrote: you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,[/p][/quote]Spending money we have got. PFC are the club with no money, or did that slip your memory? As to complaining about you, why not? You are not surely pretending that you are on here to spread goodwill and post things that actually make sense? Go to the News site and check where your team are in the league, check how the purchase of your club is progressing,check what players are likely to be playing for you tomorrow. Do not bother to remember too many of their names they will probably not be playing for you next week. Check your spelling and grammar, it shows you up as a bit of a thicko. Support the Saints.......I do. dadofmy3sons
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7:07pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

thickscum wrote:
you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,
Blimey...who invited Mr Angry on here! :O)
[quote][p][bold]thickscum[/bold] wrote: you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,[/p][/quote]Blimey...who invited Mr Angry on here! :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:13pm Mon 19 Nov 12

kent141 says...

What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ?
What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ? kent141
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7:20pm Mon 19 Nov 12

kent141 says...

thickscum wrote:
you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,
That would be hedge end bob, he is a bit simple.
[quote][p][bold]thickscum[/bold] wrote: you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,[/p][/quote]That would be hedge end bob, he is a bit simple. kent141
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7:21pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

kent141 wrote:
thickscum wrote:
you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,
That would be hedge end bob, he is a bit simple.
he is a bit paranoid not simple....
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thickscum[/bold] wrote: you thick skunt's,your still in the same position.are you happy cheating your way to second bottom(spending money you have not got)the tango one will be gone in a few weeks as will skum be relegated.By the way which one of you cry babies complained to the site,[/p][/quote]That would be hedge end bob, he is a bit simple.[/p][/quote]he is a bit paranoid not simple.... Force14
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7:25pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Where is paranoid bob tonight , outside his house fighting the lamp post what he thinks is spying on him.....
Where is paranoid bob tonight , outside his house fighting the lamp post what he thinks is spying on him..... Force14
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7:26pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

kent141 wrote:
What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ?
Straight after the match Kunt...you can stand outside with a bag of crisps if you like.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ?[/p][/quote]Straight after the match Kunt...you can stand outside with a bag of crisps if you like. Baddesley Bill
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7:28pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
kent141 wrote:
What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ?
Straight after the match Kunt...you can stand outside with a bag of crisps if you like.
I will stand on you head more like you gobby Stain.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ?[/p][/quote]Straight after the match Kunt...you can stand outside with a bag of crisps if you like.[/p][/quote]I will stand on you head more like you gobby Stain. Force14
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7:36pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Force14 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
kent141 wrote:
What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ?
Straight after the match Kunt...you can stand outside with a bag of crisps if you like.
I will stand on you head more like you gobby Stain.
Ok ok...I'll get you some crisps too.


Kids are so demanding these days! :0)
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What time are all the boys meeting up in the joshua tree on sunday ?[/p][/quote]Straight after the match Kunt...you can stand outside with a bag of crisps if you like.[/p][/quote]I will stand on you head more like you gobby Stain.[/p][/quote]Ok ok...I'll get you some crisps too. Kids are so demanding these days! :0) Baddesley Bill
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7:39pm Mon 19 Nov 12

pompey in spain says...

looks like you picked on one of our, shall we say, more physical fans badd bill???? i suggest you wear a helmet!
looks like you picked on one of our, shall we say, more physical fans badd bill???? i suggest you wear a helmet! pompey in spain
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7:39pm Mon 19 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Force14 wrote:
Where is paranoid bob tonight , outside his house fighting the lamp post what he thinks is spying on him.....
It is spying on him,but dont tell him the BT pole is watching him as well.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: Where is paranoid bob tonight , outside his house fighting the lamp post what he thinks is spying on him.....[/p][/quote]It is spying on him,but dont tell him the BT pole is watching him as well. kent141
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7:56pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

pompey in spain wrote:
looks like you picked on one of our, shall we say, more physical fans badd bill???? i suggest you wear a helmet!
I would suggest he IS a helmet El Skate.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: looks like you picked on one of our, shall we say, more physical fans badd bill???? i suggest you wear a helmet![/p][/quote]I would suggest he IS a helmet El Skate. Baddesley Bill
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8:06pm Mon 19 Nov 12

More Glory says...

St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.
Interesting. I think Charlie Chaplin started the tosh though. Hitler and his men did come up with the basis for modern aircraft and spacecraft, a cruise missile, a trans-atlantic stealth bomber....and the VW beetle. that last one was cool. he also started putting fluoride into water by using the waste from Aluminium smelting - causing docility, brittle bone disease, bone cancer, lowering of IQ, and Fluorosis - all coming your way soon - No joke - seriously. I think your battle - if you can be bothered to get off your arses will be bigger than ours to buy our club...
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.[/p][/quote]Interesting. I think Charlie Chaplin started the tosh though. Hitler and his men did come up with the basis for modern aircraft and spacecraft, a cruise missile, a trans-atlantic stealth bomber....and the VW beetle. that last one was cool. he also started putting fluoride into water by using the waste from Aluminium smelting - causing docility, brittle bone disease, bone cancer, lowering of IQ, and Fluorosis - all coming your way soon - No joke - seriously. I think your battle - if you can be bothered to get off your arses will be bigger than ours to buy our club... More Glory
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8:53pm Mon 19 Nov 12

SaintinCanada says...

Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good.

It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.
Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league. SaintinCanada
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9:03pm Mon 19 Nov 12

More Glory says...

SaintinCanada wrote:
Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.
Ignorance is bliss I guess.

Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town

Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake
[quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.[/p][/quote]Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake More Glory
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9:10pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

More Glory wrote:
SaintinCanada wrote:
Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.
Ignorance is bliss I guess.

Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town

Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake
Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory?
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.[/p][/quote]Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake[/p][/quote]Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory? Baddesley Bill
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9:22pm Mon 19 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
More Glory wrote:
SaintinCanada wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.
Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake
Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory?
January will be the month
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.[/p][/quote]Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake[/p][/quote]Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory?[/p][/quote]January will be the month More Glory
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9:26pm Mon 19 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

Goodness me!!!
More skates on here than on the News site!! !
And so bad mannered and bad tempered.
Difficult to see that Pompey in Spain is remotely connected to such foul mouthed and illiterate yobs.
They do not exactly portray Portsmouth in a very good light, do they?
Goodness me!!! More skates on here than on the News site!! ! And so bad mannered and bad tempered. Difficult to see that Pompey in Spain is remotely connected to such foul mouthed and illiterate yobs. They do not exactly portray Portsmouth in a very good light, do they? dadofmy3sons
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9:29pm Mon 19 Nov 12

slugger says...

pompey in spain wrote:
looks like you picked on one of our, shall we say, more physical fans badd bill???? i suggest you wear a helmet!
can't wait , please let it be true .
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: looks like you picked on one of our, shall we say, more physical fans badd bill???? i suggest you wear a helmet![/p][/quote]can't wait , please let it be true . slugger
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9:29pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

More Glory wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
More Glory wrote:
SaintinCanada wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.
Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake
Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory?
January will be the month
What...for flouride?
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.[/p][/quote]Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake[/p][/quote]Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory?[/p][/quote]January will be the month[/p][/quote]What...for flouride? Baddesley Bill
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9:42pm Mon 19 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
More Glory wrote:
SaintinCanada wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.
Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake
Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory?
January will be the month
What...for flouride?
Good one. Our small cash injection. It was gonna be over 2 1/2 million, we will see. Prob lose a few of Appleton's signings though.

Signing off
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: Anyway - JWP signed a 5-year contract with us. The future looks good. It's nice to have such a productive academy as well as a team in the PREMIER league.[/p][/quote]Ignorance is bliss I guess. Can't say I haven't tried on this one. I do have buddies around your old town Lets hope JWP keeps living in Farlington for his sake[/p][/quote]Got any talent you can sign up on a long term 5 month contract Mr Glory?[/p][/quote]January will be the month[/p][/quote]What...for flouride?[/p][/quote]Good one. Our small cash injection. It was gonna be over 2 1/2 million, we will see. Prob lose a few of Appleton's signings though. Signing off More Glory
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12:48am Tue 20 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

my god i am surprised at how many fish are on this site but even more surprised that they can get their usually knuckledragging hand high enough to bash on the keyboard in the hope that some words appear. still bless them its not as if they have anything else to do, no money, no players, no manger, no owner, and soon no club!
to come on hear and try to say we are spending money we havent got, well that comming from your lot is a bit rich (sorry i know i should not say rich in respect to your club), we have owners who have got money, but we dont want to spend it! we havent got a manager who is always going to the owner begging for more money for more player on wages the club cant afford!
so on the same day that we sign an exciting youngster who is from your dump but didnt want to play for your lot, like some others, on a 5 year deal you sign a nobody on a 1 month deal! spending money that should be going to the creditors of your club, you know the local businesses and charities who still havent been payed from 3 years ago! you are an embarrassment to the football world and the sooner you are kicked out of the league the better, the problem is you lot dont see it and have no shame, westknob is a prime example of that!
my god i am surprised at how many fish are on this site but even more surprised that they can get their usually knuckledragging hand high enough to bash on the keyboard in the hope that some words appear. still bless them its not as if they have anything else to do, no money, no players, no manger, no owner, and soon no club! to come on hear and try to say we are spending money we havent got, well that comming from your lot is a bit rich (sorry i know i should not say rich in respect to your club), we have owners who have got money, but we dont want to spend it! we havent got a manager who is always going to the owner begging for more money for more player on wages the club cant afford! so on the same day that we sign an exciting youngster who is from your dump but didnt want to play for your lot, like some others, on a 5 year deal you sign a nobody on a 1 month deal! spending money that should be going to the creditors of your club, you know the local businesses and charities who still havent been payed from 3 years ago! you are an embarrassment to the football world and the sooner you are kicked out of the league the better, the problem is you lot dont see it and have no shame, westknob is a prime example of that! saintshorse101
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8:56am Tue 20 Nov 12

MGRA says...

dadofmy3sons wrote:
My personal opinion........
Jason Puncheon was bought by Alan Pardew and was told he should be playing in the Prem and if he stayed with Saints he would.
He got impatient because he believed what Pardew told him.
All he ever wanted was to play in the Prem and he didn't really care who for.
His turnaround in form for us began when Cortese told him to behave and he apologised. Mostly because there was a very good chance we were going to get promoted and the promised land was within sight.
When Pardew signed him he told all of us that Punch was a special talent and that he would be one hell of a player, he was right.
All Saints have to do to keep him is stay in the Prem.
Just hope that no one tells him he is England class and to obtain that he needs to sign for a "big" club, he is likely to believe that.
Saturday he worked really hard to prove a point to QPR, next week he needs to work hard again to prove a point to Pardew.
As long as there points to prove he will be outstanding, so all we as supporters have to do is tell him how brilliant he is and want him to stay.
Doomngloomerchants will now start to run him down!!!!!!!!!!
Support the Saints...I do.
NC did not "tell him to appologise". Thats made up. NC/NA realised that Punch was a golden nugget that we would soon loose if the situation was not sorted. It was a mutual discussion from what I heard and appologies were accepted all round. If he had left, given our summer signings, it would have been a disaster. Neutral pundits would have had a field day. It was a no brainer to keep him on board. It was his personal terms that kept him from signing for other clubs and I happen to agree with him that he should have stuck to his guns and not be let go a get paid "reject" wages. His performances for Blackpool in the Prem were mostly excellant. Its pretty obvious now the talent the guy has, not only his basic football brain but a lot more.
[quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: My personal opinion........ Jason Puncheon was bought by Alan Pardew and was told he should be playing in the Prem and if he stayed with Saints he would. He got impatient because he believed what Pardew told him. All he ever wanted was to play in the Prem and he didn't really care who for. His turnaround in form for us began when Cortese told him to behave and he apologised. Mostly because there was a very good chance we were going to get promoted and the promised land was within sight. When Pardew signed him he told all of us that Punch was a special talent and that he would be one hell of a player, he was right. All Saints have to do to keep him is stay in the Prem. Just hope that no one tells him he is England class and to obtain that he needs to sign for a "big" club, he is likely to believe that. Saturday he worked really hard to prove a point to QPR, next week he needs to work hard again to prove a point to Pardew. As long as there points to prove he will be outstanding, so all we as supporters have to do is tell him how brilliant he is and want him to stay. Doomngloomerchants will now start to run him down!!!!!!!!!! Support the Saints...I do.[/p][/quote]NC did not "tell him to appologise". Thats made up. NC/NA realised that Punch was a golden nugget that we would soon loose if the situation was not sorted. It was a mutual discussion from what I heard and appologies were accepted all round. If he had left, given our summer signings, it would have been a disaster. Neutral pundits would have had a field day. It was a no brainer to keep him on board. It was his personal terms that kept him from signing for other clubs and I happen to agree with him that he should have stuck to his guns and not be let go a get paid "reject" wages. His performances for Blackpool in the Prem were mostly excellant. Its pretty obvious now the talent the guy has, not only his basic football brain but a lot more. MGRA
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10:53am Tue 20 Nov 12

Beer Monster says...

More Glory wrote:
St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.
Interesting. I think Charlie Chaplin started the tosh though. Hitler and his men did come up with the basis for modern aircraft and spacecraft, a cruise missile, a trans-atlantic stealth bomber....and the VW beetle. that last one was cool. he also started putting fluoride into water by using the waste from Aluminium smelting - causing docility, brittle bone disease, bone cancer, lowering of IQ, and Fluorosis - all coming your way soon - No joke - seriously. I think your battle - if you can be bothered to get off your arses will be bigger than ours to buy our club...
World's first leader to ban pregnant women from smoking too, as part of his obsession to create a perfect Aryan race.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.[/p][/quote]Interesting. I think Charlie Chaplin started the tosh though. Hitler and his men did come up with the basis for modern aircraft and spacecraft, a cruise missile, a trans-atlantic stealth bomber....and the VW beetle. that last one was cool. he also started putting fluoride into water by using the waste from Aluminium smelting - causing docility, brittle bone disease, bone cancer, lowering of IQ, and Fluorosis - all coming your way soon - No joke - seriously. I think your battle - if you can be bothered to get off your arses will be bigger than ours to buy our club...[/p][/quote]World's first leader to ban pregnant women from smoking too, as part of his obsession to create a perfect Aryan race. Beer Monster
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12:27pm Tue 20 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Beer Monster wrote:
More Glory wrote:
St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Little Hitler wrote:
bigfella777 wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.
Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend!
Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.
People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.
Interesting. I think Charlie Chaplin started the tosh though. Hitler and his men did come up with the basis for modern aircraft and spacecraft, a cruise missile, a trans-atlantic stealth bomber....and the VW beetle. that last one was cool. he also started putting fluoride into water by using the waste from Aluminium smelting - causing docility, brittle bone disease, bone cancer, lowering of IQ, and Fluorosis - all coming your way soon - No joke - seriously. I think your battle - if you can be bothered to get off your arses will be bigger than ours to buy our club...
World's first leader to ban pregnant women from smoking too, as part of his obsession to create a perfect Aryan race.
Notwithstanding the fact that he took a country that was on it's knees with rampant inflation and quickly turned it around in double quick time into a powerhouse of industry, the legacies of which still remain today!
[quote][p][bold]Beer Monster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's funny isn't, a player who couldnt even get a game in league 1, who was loaned out is man of the match in a prem league clash. I can remember saying on here that he was a class player and he should stay after his twitter remarks and all you naysayers saying no get rid of him,he is a traitor, he doesn't care about Saints. It just shows what most of you really know about football on this site, not a lot.[/p][/quote]Idiot... We all knew that JP had the potential to be a class player but his application didn't match his talent (for whatever reason). We're all glad he has made a fresh start, hopefully he'll remind the manager who signed him just how good he is this weekend![/p][/quote]Your an idiot, naming yourself after a sadistic ,totalitarian despot.[/p][/quote]People always focus on the negatives when it comes to Hitler, don't they? Did you know he also invented Fanta? Or that he was kind to dogs? Or that he was a pioneer of 'Movember' years before it became fashionable among footballers? It's worth remembering that there are two sides to every story.[/p][/quote]Interesting. I think Charlie Chaplin started the tosh though. Hitler and his men did come up with the basis for modern aircraft and spacecraft, a cruise missile, a trans-atlantic stealth bomber....and the VW beetle. that last one was cool. he also started putting fluoride into water by using the waste from Aluminium smelting - causing docility, brittle bone disease, bone cancer, lowering of IQ, and Fluorosis - all coming your way soon - No joke - seriously. I think your battle - if you can be bothered to get off your arses will be bigger than ours to buy our club...[/p][/quote]World's first leader to ban pregnant women from smoking too, as part of his obsession to create a perfect Aryan race.[/p][/quote]Notwithstanding the fact that he took a country that was on it's knees with rampant inflation and quickly turned it around in double quick time into a powerhouse of industry, the legacies of which still remain today! st1halo
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