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  • "
    Confucious wrote:
    Strasbourg Saint wrote:
    puppy saint wrote:
    I see the tw@t magnet is working today.

    Please sssshhhuuussshhhhh. It's the only way.
    Yep! Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!


    !! Sssshhhhuuuusssshhhh


    !!!! and double Schschschschuscht!!!


    !!!!

    3-1 Saints, Ruddy to start and have a mare!
    Is Schshschschuscht the German for Ssssshhhhuuuusssshhh

    h?

    Perhaps the Canary has been attracted here because he's heard Seed is about.

    Anyhow, I have e mailed Nicola today to tell him if Delia turns up tonight she won't be too impressed with the club's regular run-of-the-mill catering. I explained she usually has three canaries baked in a puff pastry and he should offer her one - explaining it's called the St Marys Tweetie Pie.

    Scheigend! Totenstille!
    It might be, my German colleague is sat at the next table so I could ask him; wait a minute .......







    ...............




    .......... He says, "nein, die Deutsch für SHHHHHHHHHH!! wird, 'jetzt stoppen oder schneide ich die Hoden ab.' "

    I think you could work that into your next poem."
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Saints aiming for first Prem treble since 2003

Saints aiming for first Prem treble since 2003

Paulo Gazzaniga

Paulo Gazzaniga

First published in Sport Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Writer

Paulo Gazzaniga is aiming to become the first Saints keeper to keep back-to-back Premier League clean sheets since October 2003 as the club bid to notch a hat-trick of consecutive top fight victories.

The last time Saints managed three Premier League wins on the spin was September 2003, as they defeated Manchester United, Wolves and Tottenham – the game that finished Glenn Hoddle’s time at White Hart Lane.

Just a month later the team, managed by Gordon Strachan the season after they had reached the FA Cup final and finished eighth in the top flight, kept back-to-back clean sheets – a feat they didn’t manage for another one and a half seasons at the highest level of English football.

The 20-year-old Argentinean keeper Gazzangia could help himself to a little slice of Saints history if he can keep out Norwich at St Mary’s tonight, just as he did with Newcastle.

Another Saints win, to add to victories over QPR and the Magpies, would also mark another milestone.

Resurgent Saints have dragged themselves up the table thanks to their recent points haul but know they face a strong team in Norwich, who have enjoyed a fruitful spell under the leadership of Chris Hughton.

Only Manchester United and Manchester City have picked up more Premier League points in the last six games than the Canaries.

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