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    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."
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Puncheon: We're better than our league position

Daily Echo: Jason Puncheon Jason Puncheon

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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