Ex-Saints boss to swoop for Lallana?

Ex-Saints boss to swoop for Lallana?

Ex-Saints boss to swoop for Lallana?

First published in Sport

Ex-Saints boss Alan Pardew is rumoured to be lining up a £5million bid for Saints skipper Adam Lallana.

Newcastle boss Pardew, who left St Mary’s in 2010, has long been an admirer of Saints’ talismanic captain and is said to be lining up a bid in the January transfer window, according to reports in the national press.

The 23-year-old Lallana only put pen to paper on a new four-year contract last year and has been one of Saints’ stand-out performers so far in their first season back in the top flight.

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8:55am Wed 5 Dec 12

Shareholder says...

Boring! Taken straight from the gossip columns. Simply won't happy. A non- story.
Boring! Taken straight from the gossip columns. Simply won't happy. A non- story. Shareholder
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8:55am Wed 5 Dec 12

BracknellSaint says...

So, complete non story then.
Well done Echo. Quiet day by any chance?
So, complete non story then. Well done Echo. Quiet day by any chance? BracknellSaint
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8:58am Wed 5 Dec 12

mbetts says...

What's the Ramirez rumours? More Echo propaganda? If we go down, then I expect our better players to go, that just happens, but I also hope they stay and fight to keep us up for the whole season.
What's the Ramirez rumours? More Echo propaganda? If we go down, then I expect our better players to go, that just happens, but I also hope they stay and fight to keep us up for the whole season. mbetts
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9:05am Wed 5 Dec 12

kent141 says...

£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.
£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player. kent141
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9:09am Wed 5 Dec 12

Rising_Son says...

mbetts wrote:
What's the Ramirez rumours? More Echo propaganda? If we go down, then I expect our better players to go, that just happens, but I also hope they stay and fight to keep us up for the whole season.
He seems to have done an interview with an Italian journalist. He was probably asked if he would consider going back to Italy and what he thought of Fiorentina, and probably said something nice about both of them. That's all, I hope.
[quote][p][bold]mbetts[/bold] wrote: What's the Ramirez rumours? More Echo propaganda? If we go down, then I expect our better players to go, that just happens, but I also hope they stay and fight to keep us up for the whole season.[/p][/quote]He seems to have done an interview with an Italian journalist. He was probably asked if he would consider going back to Italy and what he thought of Fiorentina, and probably said something nice about both of them. That's all, I hope. Rising_Son
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9:12am Wed 5 Dec 12

Jesus_02 says...

RE Ramerez:

Aparently

He said: "Me to Fiorentina? It would be nice, they are playing very well and I like coach (Vincenzo) Montella.
"In every game the team are having fun, they have great quality. Why not? I'd come back in Italy, I like it and I was fine there."

Bigger news than Lallana to Newcastle £5m - More likely Ba to Saints for £5!
RE Ramerez: Aparently He said: "Me to Fiorentina? It would be nice, they are playing very well and I like coach (Vincenzo) Montella. "In every game the team are having fun, they have great quality. Why not? I'd come back in Italy, I like it and I was fine there." Bigger news than Lallana to Newcastle £5m - More likely Ba to Saints for £5! Jesus_02
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9:20am Wed 5 Dec 12

Dickosfc says...

Lallana - not gonna happen!! He's a Saint through and through.
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Ramirez – lost in translation!! Don’t do your head in by this, the lad is from South America and got asked a question which he simply answered probably not knowing what he was going on about. End of!!
Lallana - not gonna happen!! He's a Saint through and through. . Ramirez – lost in translation!! Don’t do your head in by this, the lad is from South America and got asked a question which he simply answered probably not knowing what he was going on about. End of!! Dickosfc
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9:24am Wed 5 Dec 12

BracknellSaint says...

kent141 wrote:
£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.
Ssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh
14.12.12
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.[/p][/quote]Ssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh 14.12.12 BracknellSaint
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9:27am Wed 5 Dec 12

Saints + Wigan fan II says...

phahaha 5m, joke. we wouldnt take less than 15! COYR
phahaha 5m, joke. we wouldnt take less than 15! COYR Saints + Wigan fan II
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9:30am Wed 5 Dec 12

seventh-junction says...

£5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming
COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12
£5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12 seventh-junction
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9:35am Wed 5 Dec 12

kent141 says...

Ramirez was a very poor signing and a waste of £12m,he has been found out in the games he has played...
Ramirez was a very poor signing and a waste of £12m,he has been found out in the games he has played... kent141
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9:53am Wed 5 Dec 12

Bwana23 says...

At that price he must be deluded!!! 15 million nearer his value now!!
At that price he must be deluded!!! 15 million nearer his value now!! Bwana23
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9:59am Wed 5 Dec 12

kent141 says...

BracknellSaint wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.
Ssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh
14.12.12
14.12.12....Bring it on
[quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.[/p][/quote]Ssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh 14.12.12[/p][/quote]14.12.12....Bring it on kent141
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10:05am Wed 5 Dec 12

SO50 Saint says...

I agree with Kent that 12 mil could have been spent on some overrated player who has played in the premiership before. Rather than on a young player with bags of potential who is already starting to show exactly what he can do. Someone obviously wasn't at the Newcastle game
I agree with Kent that 12 mil could have been spent on some overrated player who has played in the premiership before. Rather than on a young player with bags of potential who is already starting to show exactly what he can do. Someone obviously wasn't at the Newcastle game SO50 Saint
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10:09am Wed 5 Dec 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

NINE
NINE Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:15am Wed 5 Dec 12

Puddletown Saint says...

Shows how well the players are doing by getting noticed. Lets concentrate on who me might get. Dawson Evans Lescott Douglas.............
.yes a centre back for me Is it only Wednesday !!
Shows how well the players are doing by getting noticed. Lets concentrate on who me might get. Dawson Evans Lescott Douglas............. .yes a centre back for me Is it only Wednesday !! Puddletown Saint
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10:18am Wed 5 Dec 12

SO50 Saint says...

Douglas? As in the awesome CB from FM? can't see us getting Lescott or Evans in on loan though not unless either Utd or City bring in CBs in the window
Douglas? As in the awesome CB from FM? can't see us getting Lescott or Evans in on loan though not unless either Utd or City bring in CBs in the window SO50 Saint
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10:22am Wed 5 Dec 12

Prit says...

£5m ? Do one !!

Ssssshhhhhh
£5m ? Do one !! Ssssshhhhhh Prit
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10:32am Wed 5 Dec 12

scooter75 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
NINE
14.12.12
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: NINE[/p][/quote]14.12.12 scooter75
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10:34am Wed 5 Dec 12

Beer Monster says...

Jesus_02 wrote:
RE Ramerez:

Aparently

He said: "Me to Fiorentina? It would be nice, they are playing very well and I like coach (Vincenzo) Montella.
"In every game the team are having fun, they have great quality. Why not? I'd come back in Italy, I like it and I was fine there."

Bigger news than Lallana to Newcastle £5m - More likely Ba to Saints for £5!
Yes please, especially since Ba is in my dream team :-)
[quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: RE Ramerez: Aparently He said: "Me to Fiorentina? It would be nice, they are playing very well and I like coach (Vincenzo) Montella. "In every game the team are having fun, they have great quality. Why not? I'd come back in Italy, I like it and I was fine there." Bigger news than Lallana to Newcastle £5m - More likely Ba to Saints for £5![/p][/quote]Yes please, especially since Ba is in my dream team :-) Beer Monster
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10:44am Wed 5 Dec 12

Sistermum says...

Morning ladies. Well theres's no smoke without fire is there. £5m is very good money for a move which can only be of benefit to him and of course, a move to a far bigger club. Don't begrudge him his chance. Bye-bye Adam, take your chance with both hands.
Morning ladies. Well theres's no smoke without fire is there. £5m is very good money for a move which can only be of benefit to him and of course, a move to a far bigger club. Don't begrudge him his chance. Bye-bye Adam, take your chance with both hands. Sistermum
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10:49am Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Sistermum wrote:
Morning ladies. Well theres's no smoke without fire is there. £5m is very good money for a move which can only be of benefit to him and of course, a move to a far bigger club. Don't begrudge him his chance. Bye-bye Adam, take your chance with both hands.
Talking out of your nether regions, why would a young bloke who has just had his first kid want to go through the massive upheaval of moving to the other end of the Country to join a Club that is little better than the one he is currently Captaining? It won't be for the money and there is little chance of bettering his lot there.
[quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Morning ladies. Well theres's no smoke without fire is there. £5m is very good money for a move which can only be of benefit to him and of course, a move to a far bigger club. Don't begrudge him his chance. Bye-bye Adam, take your chance with both hands.[/p][/quote]Talking out of your nether regions, why would a young bloke who has just had his first kid want to go through the massive upheaval of moving to the other end of the Country to join a Club that is little better than the one he is currently Captaining? It won't be for the money and there is little chance of bettering his lot there. OSPREYSAINT
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10:56am Wed 5 Dec 12

Sistermum says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Sistermum wrote: Morning ladies. Well theres's no smoke without fire is there. £5m is very good money for a move which can only be of benefit to him and of course, a move to a far bigger club. Don't begrudge him his chance. Bye-bye Adam, take your chance with both hands.
Talking out of your nether regions, why would a young bloke who has just had his first kid want to go through the massive upheaval of moving to the other end of the Country to join a Club that is little better than the one he is currently Captaining? It won't be for the money and there is little chance of bettering his lot there.
I think you may be surprised what a little tug from another club can do. Whether he goes or not, acknowledged interest will stoke things up no end. Not only does it unsettle the individual, it unsettles team mates. Children or not, the lure from others is always explored....you better keep your fingers crossed....
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Morning ladies. Well theres's no smoke without fire is there. £5m is very good money for a move which can only be of benefit to him and of course, a move to a far bigger club. Don't begrudge him his chance. Bye-bye Adam, take your chance with both hands.[/p][/quote]Talking out of your nether regions, why would a young bloke who has just had his first kid want to go through the massive upheaval of moving to the other end of the Country to join a Club that is little better than the one he is currently Captaining? It won't be for the money and there is little chance of bettering his lot there.[/p][/quote]I think you may be surprised what a little tug from another club can do. Whether he goes or not, acknowledged interest will stoke things up no end. Not only does it unsettle the individual, it unsettles team mates. Children or not, the lure from others is always explored....you better keep your fingers crossed.... Sistermum
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10:57am Wed 5 Dec 12

St Retford says...

Osprey! Remember the rule of the shhhhhh!
Osprey! Remember the rule of the shhhhhh! St Retford
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11:03am Wed 5 Dec 12

seventh-junction says...

Come on Tranmere
Come on Tranmere seventh-junction
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11:05am Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Ooops. Who does Sistermum support then, not a skate is he? Poor sod.
Ooops. Who does Sistermum support then, not a skate is he? Poor sod. OSPREYSAINT
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11:10am Wed 5 Dec 12

Sistermum says...

Just for clarity, I am a former Saints season ticket holder and barely clinging to my beliefs under negative Nigel. I have also resigned myself to Pompey's cause and follow their plight intently. It so easily could have been us. I really do hope that they survive, unlike most saints fans. Incoming......
Just for clarity, I am a former Saints season ticket holder and barely clinging to my beliefs under negative Nigel. I have also resigned myself to Pompey's cause and follow their plight intently. It so easily could have been us. I really do hope that they survive, unlike most saints fans. Incoming...... Sistermum
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11:11am Wed 5 Dec 12

Piston_Broke says...

Dickosfc wrote:
Lallana - not gonna happen!! He's a Saint through and through.
.
Ramirez – lost in translation!! Don’t do your head in by this, the lad is from South America and got asked a question which he simply answered probably not knowing what he was going on about. End of!!
Yes, he's a Saint through and through. Apart from the 25% that goes to Bournemouth, of course. As an observer from outside the sphere of SFC, I'd also agree that £5m would seem a rather low valuation of one of your best assets.
[quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: Lallana - not gonna happen!! He's a Saint through and through. . Ramirez – lost in translation!! Don’t do your head in by this, the lad is from South America and got asked a question which he simply answered probably not knowing what he was going on about. End of!![/p][/quote]Yes, he's a Saint through and through. Apart from the 25% that goes to Bournemouth, of course. As an observer from outside the sphere of SFC, I'd also agree that £5m would seem a rather low valuation of one of your best assets. Piston_Broke
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11:12am Wed 5 Dec 12

SO50 Saint says...

I think his name kinda gives it away Osprey only in Portsmouth can your sister also be your mother
I think his name kinda gives it away Osprey only in Portsmouth can your sister also be your mother SO50 Saint
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11:19am Wed 5 Dec 12

SaintMax says...

Great for Adam to be attracting interest it means he is playing well.
I want all our players to be chased by Man U, Man C and Chelsea and Barca as it will mean they are all playing well, and that will mean we are climbing the table and getting results
Seemples.
Great for Adam to be attracting interest it means he is playing well. I want all our players to be chased by Man U, Man C and Chelsea and Barca as it will mean they are all playing well, and that will mean we are climbing the table and getting results Seemples. SaintMax
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11:21am Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

seventh-junction wrote:
£5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming
COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12
Oh my! Here's another one! Dearie, are you sure a 20 mill asking price does him justice? Shouldn't we be looking to sell him for a world transfer record! Foolish, seventh, foolish! Let me guess, you are one of the Echo Stepford wives? How amusing!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: £5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12[/p][/quote]Oh my! Here's another one! Dearie, are you sure a 20 mill asking price does him justice? Shouldn't we be looking to sell him for a world transfer record! Foolish, seventh, foolish! Let me guess, you are one of the Echo Stepford wives? How amusing! Southampton Dominance
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11:22am Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
I think his name kinda gives it away Osprey only in Portsmouth can your sister also be your mother
lol should have guessed. Sad isn't it.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I think his name kinda gives it away Osprey only in Portsmouth can your sister also be your mother[/p][/quote]lol should have guessed. Sad isn't it. OSPREYSAINT
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11:24am Wed 5 Dec 12

Linesman says...

Saints + Wigan fan II wrote:
phahaha 5m, joke. we wouldnt take less than 15! COYR
It's not a case of what we would take, it is more of a case of what is offered.

If Saints a relegated, then the gates will be smaller and a reduced income. No doubt there are players on very high wages with long contracts. The club would need to reduce its wage bill.

Also, would Lallana want to play Championship football again now that he has tasted life in the Premier Legue?
[quote][p][bold]Saints + Wigan fan II[/bold] wrote: phahaha 5m, joke. we wouldnt take less than 15! COYR[/p][/quote]It's not a case of what we would take, it is more of a case of what is offered. If Saints a relegated, then the gates will be smaller and a reduced income. No doubt there are players on very high wages with long contracts. The club would need to reduce its wage bill. Also, would Lallana want to play Championship football again now that he has tasted life in the Premier Legue? Linesman
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11:24am Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Sistermum wrote:
Just for clarity, I am a former Saints season ticket holder and barely clinging to my beliefs under negative Nigel. I have also resigned myself to Pompey's cause and follow their plight intently. It so easily could have been us. I really do hope that they survive, unlike most saints fans. Incoming......
What in the trade is regarded as a traitor?
[quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Just for clarity, I am a former Saints season ticket holder and barely clinging to my beliefs under negative Nigel. I have also resigned myself to Pompey's cause and follow their plight intently. It so easily could have been us. I really do hope that they survive, unlike most saints fans. Incoming......[/p][/quote]What in the trade is regarded as a traitor? OSPREYSAINT
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11:26am Wed 5 Dec 12

SO50 Saint says...

I know and claiming to be an ex saints season ticket holder but not going now because of negative nigel and yesterday posting Come on you Royals all seems very fishy to me.
I know and claiming to be an ex saints season ticket holder but not going now because of negative nigel and yesterday posting Come on you Royals all seems very fishy to me. SO50 Saint
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11:27am Wed 5 Dec 12

Beer Monster says...

Former season ticket holder at both The Dell and St. Mary's myself. Been to a few south coast derbies, want to see more of them in the future.

Would prefer if the farce that is Portsmouth Football Club folds and is reborn as a pheonix club owned by the fans who run the **** thing properly and work their way through the leagues to gain respect from their peers (a la AFC Wimbledon and Aldershot).

Just sayin'
Former season ticket holder at both The Dell and St. Mary's myself. Been to a few south coast derbies, want to see more of them in the future. Would prefer if the farce that is Portsmouth Football Club folds and is reborn as a pheonix club owned by the fans who run the **** thing properly and work their way through the leagues to gain respect from their peers (a la AFC Wimbledon and Aldershot). Just sayin' Beer Monster
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11:32am Wed 5 Dec 12

Sistermum says...

Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic! Sistermum
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11:36am Wed 5 Dec 12

SO50 Saint says...

I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season SO50 Saint
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11:43am Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Sistermum wrote:
Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
"goofy idiots", not helping your cause is it? Realistic? I think most of the sensible posters on here are realistic, but are always looking for positives, not the classic drip, drip from posters like yourself. If you cannot appreciate the dream and cannot support the team, go and support someone else, Pompey is not the answer, you need a succesful side, like Arsenal, or Manchester City, didn't they do well last night!
[quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]"goofy idiots", not helping your cause is it? Realistic? I think most of the sensible posters on here are realistic, but are always looking for positives, not the classic drip, drip from posters like yourself. If you cannot appreciate the dream and cannot support the team, go and support someone else, Pompey is not the answer, you need a succesful side, like Arsenal, or Manchester City, didn't they do well last night! OSPREYSAINT
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11:44am Wed 5 Dec 12

Velleity says...

sssshhhhhh!
sssshhhhhh! Velleity
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11:48am Wed 5 Dec 12

Linesman says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Sistermum wrote:
Just for clarity, I am a former Saints season ticket holder and barely clinging to my beliefs under negative Nigel. I have also resigned myself to Pompey's cause and follow their plight intently. It so easily could have been us. I really do hope that they survive, unlike most saints fans. Incoming......
What in the trade is regarded as a traitor?
I am surprised that you need to ask that question.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Just for clarity, I am a former Saints season ticket holder and barely clinging to my beliefs under negative Nigel. I have also resigned myself to Pompey's cause and follow their plight intently. It so easily could have been us. I really do hope that they survive, unlike most saints fans. Incoming......[/p][/quote]What in the trade is regarded as a traitor?[/p][/quote]I am surprised that you need to ask that question. Linesman
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11:52am Wed 5 Dec 12

Sistermum says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Sistermum wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
"goofy idiots", not helping your cause is it? Realistic? I think most of the sensible posters on here are realistic, but are always looking for positives, not the classic drip, drip from posters like yourself. If you cannot appreciate the dream and cannot support the team, go and support someone else, Pompey is not the answer, you need a succesful side, like Arsenal, or Manchester City, didn't they do well last night!
Appreciating a dream only if it has any chance of reality. I've been following Saints for over 40 years so please don't tell me what I should or should not be saying. I've earned my right to comment. If you really knew anything about what you spouted, you too would realise you cannot change your allegiances in life. It's in the blood. Like your family. But back to the football, too much too soon for us I'm afraid....
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]"goofy idiots", not helping your cause is it? Realistic? I think most of the sensible posters on here are realistic, but are always looking for positives, not the classic drip, drip from posters like yourself. If you cannot appreciate the dream and cannot support the team, go and support someone else, Pompey is not the answer, you need a succesful side, like Arsenal, or Manchester City, didn't they do well last night![/p][/quote]Appreciating a dream only if it has any chance of reality. I've been following Saints for over 40 years so please don't tell me what I should or should not be saying. I've earned my right to comment. If you really knew anything about what you spouted, you too would realise you cannot change your allegiances in life. It's in the blood. Like your family. But back to the football, too much too soon for us I'm afraid.... Sistermum
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11:53am Wed 5 Dec 12

promised land says...

£5 million ? Oh how the skates would love that. You can sense the envy in their posts on here !
£5 million ? Oh how the skates would love that. You can sense the envy in their posts on here ! promised land
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11:56am Wed 5 Dec 12

Puddletown Saint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
Now his is a good debata Saints fans. For the record of course I want us in the Prem but a Saints team full of English stars from youth etc in the Champ would fill me with pride.

Any way a thought -

Davis Nath Martin Seabourne Shaw
JWP Cork
Lallana Reeves
Jay Rickie

Punch Stephens Chambers Hoskins

Would do rather me thinks - your thoughts
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]Now his is a good debata Saints fans. For the record of course I want us in the Prem but a Saints team full of English stars from youth etc in the Champ would fill me with pride. Any way a thought - Davis Nath Martin Seabourne Shaw JWP Cork Lallana Reeves Jay Rickie Punch Stephens Chambers Hoskins Would do rather me thinks - your thoughts Puddletown Saint
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11:59am Wed 5 Dec 12

MGRA says...

If Adam left it would not be for £5M. I doubt he would want to join Newcastle either. BUT If we look to strengthen in January we will have to sell as well I fear so a good offer for Adam and one that could improve his chances to play for his country my sway him. Hope not.
If Adam left it would not be for £5M. I doubt he would want to join Newcastle either. BUT If we look to strengthen in January we will have to sell as well I fear so a good offer for Adam and one that could improve his chances to play for his country my sway him. Hope not. MGRA
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11:59am Wed 5 Dec 12

Linesman says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen. Linesman
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12:06pm Wed 5 Dec 12

SO50 Saint says...

Umm I was only saying for myself I prefer the championship as due to finances at the moment I can't afford to get to many away games which ultimately will mean I miss games later on in the season.

Footballing wise its the premiership you want to be playing against the best which is what the premiership offers
Umm I was only saying for myself I prefer the championship as due to finances at the moment I can't afford to get to many away games which ultimately will mean I miss games later on in the season. Footballing wise its the premiership you want to be playing against the best which is what the premiership offers SO50 Saint
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12:10pm Wed 5 Dec 12

ShakeyWiffles says...

£5 mil? You're having a bubble! Oh dear. Thanks for making me chuckle on my birthday though! :) makes a change from the usual doom and gloom we get
£5 mil? You're having a bubble! Oh dear. Thanks for making me chuckle on my birthday though! :) makes a change from the usual doom and gloom we get ShakeyWiffles
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12:16pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Just another reader says...

Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early!
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early! Just another reader
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12:46pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Alicesdad says...

Just another reader wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early!
LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.
[quote][p][bold]Just another reader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early![/p][/quote]LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip. Alicesdad
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12:48pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Alicesdad says...

The Championship is the Championship .... but we are Premier League ... never EVER forget that.
The Championship is the Championship .... but we are Premier League ... never EVER forget that. Alicesdad
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12:49pm Wed 5 Dec 12

mack chinnon says...

Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere. mack chinnon
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12:51pm Wed 5 Dec 12

seventh-junction says...

£5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop dreaming
COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12”
I thought I'd post it again. It got contaminated earlier by an attention seeking mong
£5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop dreaming COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12” I thought I'd post it again. It got contaminated earlier by an attention seeking mong seventh-junction
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12:55pm Wed 5 Dec 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

and it gets dark at 2 in the afternoon up there!
and it gets dark at 2 in the afternoon up there! worried of n e hampshire
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1:06pm Wed 5 Dec 12

hedge end bob says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
£5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming
COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12
Oh my! Here's another one! Dearie, are you sure a 20 mill asking price does him justice? Shouldn't we be looking to sell him for a world transfer record! Foolish, seventh, foolish! Let me guess, you are one of the Echo Stepford wives? How amusing!
ssshhhhhhh.
14 12 12 YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: £5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12[/p][/quote]Oh my! Here's another one! Dearie, are you sure a 20 mill asking price does him justice? Shouldn't we be looking to sell him for a world transfer record! Foolish, seventh, foolish! Let me guess, you are one of the Echo Stepford wives? How amusing![/p][/quote]ssshhhhhhh. 14 12 12 YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. hedge end bob
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1:07pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Ontario Saint says...

Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club.
Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions.
Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none.
As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality.
As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey
it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league
I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation.
Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club. Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions. Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none. As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality. As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation. Ontario Saint
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1:11pm Wed 5 Dec 12

hedge end bob says...

Velleity wrote:
sssshhhhhh!
DOUBLE SSSHHHHHHHHHHH.

THE WUMS ARE NOT WORTH ANSWERING , THEY DONT UNDERSTAND.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: sssshhhhhh![/p][/quote]DOUBLE SSSHHHHHHHHHHH. THE WUMS ARE NOT WORTH ANSWERING , THEY DONT UNDERSTAND. hedge end bob
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1:14pm Wed 5 Dec 12

mack chinnon says...

Ontario Saint wrote:
Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club.
Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions.
Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none.
As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality.
As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey
it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league
I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation.
W.T.F.I.L.N.
8 MORE SLEEPS.
COME ON TRANMERE.
[quote][p][bold]Ontario Saint[/bold] wrote: Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club. Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions. Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none. As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality. As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation.[/p][/quote]W.T.F.I.L.N. 8 MORE SLEEPS. COME ON TRANMERE. mack chinnon
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1:25pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Sistermum says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Ontario Saint wrote: Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club. Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions. Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none. As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality. As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation.
W.T.F.I.L.N. 8 MORE SLEEPS. COME ON TRANMERE.
Don't get too excited. I don't think you will see or hear the result that you crave. There is a lot going on behind the scenes as I hear it. Personally I hope PFC survive. It wouldn't be the same without them. I'm sure many real Saints and football fans in general would not like to see any club fold.It so easily could have been us.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ontario Saint[/bold] wrote: Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club. Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions. Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none. As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality. As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation.[/p][/quote]W.T.F.I.L.N. 8 MORE SLEEPS. COME ON TRANMERE.[/p][/quote]Don't get too excited. I don't think you will see or hear the result that you crave. There is a lot going on behind the scenes as I hear it. Personally I hope PFC survive. It wouldn't be the same without them. I'm sure many real Saints and football fans in general would not like to see any club fold.It so easily could have been us. Sistermum
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1:29pm Wed 5 Dec 12

GX Saint says...

Sistermum wrote:
Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong.
Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1?
The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.
[quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong. Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1? The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club. GX Saint
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1:30pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Little Hitler says...

To quote Andy Millman...

"Are you having a laugh, is he having a laugh?"
To quote Andy Millman... "Are you having a laugh, is he having a laugh?" Little Hitler
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1:42pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Scarborosaint says...

5 million when they sold the long haired "goal machine" to Liverpool for 30 odd million , don't think so some how
5 million when they sold the long haired "goal machine" to Liverpool for 30 odd million , don't think so some how Scarborosaint
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2:08pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Sistermum wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Sistermum wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
"goofy idiots", not helping your cause is it? Realistic? I think most of the sensible posters on here are realistic, but are always looking for positives, not the classic drip, drip from posters like yourself. If you cannot appreciate the dream and cannot support the team, go and support someone else, Pompey is not the answer, you need a succesful side, like Arsenal, or Manchester City, didn't they do well last night!
Appreciating a dream only if it has any chance of reality. I've been following Saints for over 40 years so please don't tell me what I should or should not be saying. I've earned my right to comment. If you really knew anything about what you spouted, you too would realise you cannot change your allegiances in life. It's in the blood. Like your family. But back to the football, too much too soon for us I'm afraid....
Fair enough, but your negative comments are not helpful or appreciated by us happy clappers who only want to hear positives even when things are not going right. Of course you are fully entitled to make your opinions known but don't expect too much support from those on here, except Theborer and a couple of WUMs.
[quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]"goofy idiots", not helping your cause is it? Realistic? I think most of the sensible posters on here are realistic, but are always looking for positives, not the classic drip, drip from posters like yourself. If you cannot appreciate the dream and cannot support the team, go and support someone else, Pompey is not the answer, you need a succesful side, like Arsenal, or Manchester City, didn't they do well last night![/p][/quote]Appreciating a dream only if it has any chance of reality. I've been following Saints for over 40 years so please don't tell me what I should or should not be saying. I've earned my right to comment. If you really knew anything about what you spouted, you too would realise you cannot change your allegiances in life. It's in the blood. Like your family. But back to the football, too much too soon for us I'm afraid....[/p][/quote]Fair enough, but your negative comments are not helpful or appreciated by us happy clappers who only want to hear positives even when things are not going right. Of course you are fully entitled to make your opinions known but don't expect too much support from those on here, except Theborer and a couple of WUMs. OSPREYSAINT
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2:12pm Wed 5 Dec 12

redandy10 says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
£5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming
COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12
Oh my! Here's another one! Dearie, are you sure a 20 mill asking price does him justice? Shouldn't we be looking to sell him for a world transfer record! Foolish, seventh, foolish! Let me guess, you are one of the Echo Stepford wives? How amusing!
Stepford wife! Still makes me laugh! And yes he is! Lol
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: £5m is no where near enough for one of the most talented midfield players in the PL. Slap a £20m price tag on him and tell Pardew to do one and stop deaming COYR FOADP...Roll on 14.12.12[/p][/quote]Oh my! Here's another one! Dearie, are you sure a 20 mill asking price does him justice? Shouldn't we be looking to sell him for a world transfer record! Foolish, seventh, foolish! Let me guess, you are one of the Echo Stepford wives? How amusing![/p][/quote]Stepford wife! Still makes me laugh! And yes he is! Lol redandy10
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2:25pm Wed 5 Dec 12

seventh-junction says...

Little things please tiny minds I suppose.
Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!....
.Aaah that's better
COYR FOAP....Roll on 14.12.12
Little things please tiny minds I suppose. Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!.... .Aaah that's better COYR FOAP....Roll on 14.12.12 seventh-junction
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2:31pm Wed 5 Dec 12

seventh-junction says...

Little things please tiny minds I suppose.
Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!....

.Aaah that's better
COYR FOADP....Roll on 14.12.12
Whoops!, I! forgot! to! put! the! most! important! letter! in!......Didn't! forget! the! exclamation! marks! though!
Little things please tiny minds I suppose. Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!.... .Aaah that's better COYR FOADP....Roll on 14.12.12 Whoops!, I! forgot! to! put! the! most! important! letter! in!......Didn't! forget! the! exclamation! marks! though! seventh-junction
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2:33pm Wed 5 Dec 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

I think the rot set in during the rupert lowe era when Wayne Bridge went to chelsea..One of the benefits of leaving THE DELL , according to the gospel of Saint Rupert ,was that we wouldn't have to be a selling club anymore.How wrong was he about that one.
I think Adam L will stay at Southampton as long as we remain in the Prem.but should we go down then i fear the floodgates will open and many of our young stars will succomb to the lure of filthy lucre.I imagine that the agents have already got done deals up their sleeves if the doomsday relegation scenario comes to pass.
I think the rot set in during the rupert lowe era when Wayne Bridge went to chelsea..One of the benefits of leaving THE DELL , according to the gospel of Saint Rupert ,was that we wouldn't have to be a selling club anymore.How wrong was he about that one. I think Adam L will stay at Southampton as long as we remain in the Prem.but should we go down then i fear the floodgates will open and many of our young stars will succomb to the lure of filthy lucre.I imagine that the agents have already got done deals up their sleeves if the doomsday relegation scenario comes to pass. CB FRY LIVES
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3:35pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Saintlee72 says...

kent141 wrote:
£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.
Shut up skate !!!!
You couldn't even afford his boots over rated or not !!!!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.[/p][/quote]Shut up skate !!!! You couldn't even afford his boots over rated or not !!!! Saintlee72
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3:37pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Ontario Saint says...

GX Saint wrote:
Sistermum wrote:
Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong.
Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1?
The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.
Sistermum you are so so negative where Saints are concerned and as someone suggested you come across as being disappointed that Saints are in the Premiership.
Our beloved Club has a 'game plan" which we are 2 years ahead on, something no one can argue with. Everything that has happened is not "too much too soon" as you suggest. It is the result of a lot of hard work and very positive results that have been achieved over the past 2 1/2 years.

Yes we have got off to a somewhat disappointing start but even with only 4 points from 10 games the team played some excellent football against both of the Manchester luck. I think they were a little overwhelmed by the fact they were beating these teams and lost there confidence in the closing minutes.

We are now at 12 points from 15 games and in contention top move higher in the standings and have performed well in 4 of our last 5 matches which bodes well moving forward.

Come on we sympathize with the dire predicament Pompey is in but Saints are currently the pride of the South coast and have the ability to move forward and upwards from here.

Try not to be so negative Sistermum....dwell on the positives so much is and has been achieved, this being the reason for the optimism that so many of us share.

Poor Pompey I wish them luck as they and their fans have little going for them due to the unsavoury owners who destroyed the Club
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong. Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1? The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.[/p][/quote]Sistermum you are so so negative where Saints are concerned and as someone suggested you come across as being disappointed that Saints are in the Premiership. Our beloved Club has a 'game plan" which we are 2 years ahead on, something no one can argue with. Everything that has happened is not "too much too soon" as you suggest. It is the result of a lot of hard work and very positive results that have been achieved over the past 2 1/2 years. Yes we have got off to a somewhat disappointing start but even with only 4 points from 10 games the team played some excellent football against both of the Manchester luck. I think they were a little overwhelmed by the fact they were beating these teams and lost there confidence in the closing minutes. We are now at 12 points from 15 games and in contention top move higher in the standings and have performed well in 4 of our last 5 matches which bodes well moving forward. Come on we sympathize with the dire predicament Pompey is in but Saints are currently the pride of the South coast and have the ability to move forward and upwards from here. Try not to be so negative Sistermum....dwell on the positives so much is and has been achieved, this being the reason for the optimism that so many of us share. Poor Pompey I wish them luck as they and their fans have little going for them due to the unsavoury owners who destroyed the Club Ontario Saint
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3:44pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Crispinmumbles says...

CB FRY LIVES wrote:
I think the rot set in during the rupert lowe era when Wayne Bridge went to chelsea..One of the benefits of leaving THE DELL , according to the gospel of Saint Rupert ,was that we wouldn't have to be a selling club anymore.How wrong was he about that one.
I think Adam L will stay at Southampton as long as we remain in the Prem.but should we go down then i fear the floodgates will open and many of our young stars will succomb to the lure of filthy lucre.I imagine that the agents have already got done deals up their sleeves if the doomsday relegation scenario comes to pass.
For those with short memories, the rot set in with Martin Chivers, Mick Channon, Steve Williams and the Wallace brothers but luckily Rupert (I just hope there is a hell so the b*stard can burn for all eternity) Lowe is not lining his pockets at the helm. Whatever people think of Cortese, he is a shrewd business man who understands that to sell your best players is to get relegated. WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY!
[quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: I think the rot set in during the rupert lowe era when Wayne Bridge went to chelsea..One of the benefits of leaving THE DELL , according to the gospel of Saint Rupert ,was that we wouldn't have to be a selling club anymore.How wrong was he about that one. I think Adam L will stay at Southampton as long as we remain in the Prem.but should we go down then i fear the floodgates will open and many of our young stars will succomb to the lure of filthy lucre.I imagine that the agents have already got done deals up their sleeves if the doomsday relegation scenario comes to pass.[/p][/quote]For those with short memories, the rot set in with Martin Chivers, Mick Channon, Steve Williams and the Wallace brothers but luckily Rupert (I just hope there is a hell so the b*stard can burn for all eternity) Lowe is not lining his pockets at the helm. Whatever people think of Cortese, he is a shrewd business man who understands that to sell your best players is to get relegated. WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY! Crispinmumbles
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4:06pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Ford Prefect says...

The Guardian covered this in their football Rumour Mill column today. Here is what they wrote. I think they are right in every respect:

Alan Pardew is fondly remembered in Southampton but one Johnstone Paints Trophy win does not create enough goodwill to forgive luring away Adam Lallana, which is what he's plotting to do according to the Daily Mirror. The Mill reckons that is unlikely to happen in January and Lallana would only consider moving if Southampton take the last relegation spot after QPR and Reading, in which case the entire backbone of the future England team could be picked up, with Lallana, Jack Cork, Nathaniel Clyne, Luke Shaw and bright young prospect Rickie Lambert all besieged by would-be buyers.
The Guardian covered this in their football Rumour Mill column today. Here is what they wrote. I think they are right in every respect: Alan Pardew is fondly remembered in Southampton but one Johnstone Paints Trophy win does not create enough goodwill to forgive luring away Adam Lallana, which is what he's plotting to do according to the Daily Mirror. The Mill reckons that is unlikely to happen in January and Lallana would only consider moving if Southampton take the last relegation spot after QPR and Reading, in which case the entire backbone of the future England team could be picked up, with Lallana, Jack Cork, Nathaniel Clyne, Luke Shaw and bright young prospect Rickie Lambert all besieged by would-be buyers. Ford Prefect
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4:22pm Wed 5 Dec 12

mbetts says...

Just a thought, if Ramirez wants to leave, already, how about a cash plus player deal with Liverpool with Joe Cole coming down here plus a few million?

Before we signed him he said "I can't believe how much money i'm going to get from this", the alarm bells were ringing for me then!
Just a thought, if Ramirez wants to leave, already, how about a cash plus player deal with Liverpool with Joe Cole coming down here plus a few million? Before we signed him he said "I can't believe how much money i'm going to get from this", the alarm bells were ringing for me then! mbetts
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4:25pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Linesman says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant. Linesman
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4:27pm Wed 5 Dec 12

devonsaint2 says...

kent141 wrote:
Ramirez was a very poor signing and a waste of £12m,he has been found out in the games he has played...
14.12.12
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Ramirez was a very poor signing and a waste of £12m,he has been found out in the games he has played...[/p][/quote]14.12.12 devonsaint2
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4:43pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Folkestone Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
NINE
I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: NINE[/p][/quote]I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go Folkestone Saint
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4:51pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Stroppy_gramps says...

slow news day, non-story.
Once again the Echo prove that they need to apologise to Saints, get over themselves and move on.

You're only printing this because you don't have anything else to say
slow news day, non-story. Once again the Echo prove that they need to apologise to Saints, get over themselves and move on. You're only printing this because you don't have anything else to say Stroppy_gramps
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4:55pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Folkestone Saint says...

Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's Folkestone Saint
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4:59pm Wed 5 Dec 12

franiow says...

There is no way we would sell one of our best players and our captain when we are fighting to avoid relegation. How would 5 million compensate for loss of PL status. Pardew would know that, so it's rubbish.
There is no way we would sell one of our best players and our captain when we are fighting to avoid relegation. How would 5 million compensate for loss of PL status. Pardew would know that, so it's rubbish. franiow
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5:16pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Sistermum says...

GX Saint wrote:
Sistermum wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong. Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1? The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.
Thats just the sort of shallow comments I would expect from somebody that merely needs to feel his opinion is indeed the only one. Presumably disappointed that we were promoted? Have you had any form of medication today? I like every other true supporter of SFC was elated. Airing caution and playing negatively is not what Saints are about, is it? Playing as such keeps us firmly rooted to the postion we are in. The term "shooting above our weight" would therefore appear very apt to anybody looking in. Think before you type. No wonder our fondest rivals like to attack - with morons like you representing the club, they will continue to do so. Run along.
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong. Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1? The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.[/p][/quote]Thats just the sort of shallow comments I would expect from somebody that merely needs to feel his opinion is indeed the only one. Presumably disappointed that we were promoted? Have you had any form of medication today? I like every other true supporter of SFC was elated. Airing caution and playing negatively is not what Saints are about, is it? Playing as such keeps us firmly rooted to the postion we are in. The term "shooting above our weight" would therefore appear very apt to anybody looking in. Think before you type. No wonder our fondest rivals like to attack - with morons like you representing the club, they will continue to do so. Run along. Sistermum
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5:29pm Wed 5 Dec 12

SaintinCanada says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
NINE
I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go
Nothing will happen on that date other than another saga coming out of it with another date, it is a continuing "shaggy-dog" story.
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: NINE[/p][/quote]I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go[/p][/quote]Nothing will happen on that date other than another saga coming out of it with another date, it is a continuing "shaggy-dog" story. SaintinCanada
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5:47pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Sistermum wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Ontario Saint wrote: Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club. Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions. Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none. As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality. As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation.
W.T.F.I.L.N. 8 MORE SLEEPS. COME ON TRANMERE.
Don't get too excited. I don't think you will see or hear the result that you crave. There is a lot going on behind the scenes as I hear it. Personally I hope PFC survive. It wouldn't be the same without them. I'm sure many real Saints and football fans in general would not like to see any club fold.It so easily could have been us.
Yes, but it wasn't!

Hahahahahahahahaha hahahahahaha hahahahahaha





14.12.12
[quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ontario Saint[/bold] wrote: Feel really sorry for Pompey supporters who have been shafted by unscrupulous owners who have as much as bankrupted their Club. Saints had their problems but currently have a marvellous organisation with premiership football , huge financial backing and a Manager who has performed miracles with back to back promotions. Saints also have a youth system and training facilities that are second to none. As long as the recent improvement continues Saints will survive in the Premiership and the 5 year plan they had WILL become a reality. As for amalgamating Saints & Pompey it makes no sense to amalgamate whatsoever.The foundations Saints have built, they will move higher and in a couple of years have the potential to be playing in the Champions league I feel very sorry for Pompey fans who have so little to offer to potential investors, their only hope might come from the fans themselves who can make a donation to help them survive. A very sad situation.[/p][/quote]W.T.F.I.L.N. 8 MORE SLEEPS. COME ON TRANMERE.[/p][/quote]Don't get too excited. I don't think you will see or hear the result that you crave. There is a lot going on behind the scenes as I hear it. Personally I hope PFC survive. It wouldn't be the same without them. I'm sure many real Saints and football fans in general would not like to see any club fold.It so easily could have been us.[/p][/quote]Yes, but it wasn't! Hahahahahahahahaha hahahahahaha hahahahahaha 14.12.12 Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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6:02pm Wed 5 Dec 12

kent141 says...

Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12

All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations.

One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all....
Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12 All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations. One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all.... kent141
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6:19pm Wed 5 Dec 12

warrens 76 says...

kent141 wrote:
£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.
Kentish Clown.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.[/p][/quote]Kentish Clown. warrens 76
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6:19pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Folkestone Saint says...

SaintinCanada wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
NINE
I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go
Nothing will happen on that date other than another saga coming out of it with another date, it is a continuing "shaggy-dog" story.
You are probably right, the skates have had more deadline days than dfs has had sales, one day one of them will end
[quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: NINE[/p][/quote]I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go[/p][/quote]Nothing will happen on that date other than another saga coming out of it with another date, it is a continuing "shaggy-dog" story.[/p][/quote]You are probably right, the skates have had more deadline days than dfs has had sales, one day one of them will end Folkestone Saint
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6:28pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Little things please tiny minds I suppose.
Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!....


.Aaah that's better
COYR FOADP....Roll on 14.12.12
Whoops!, I! forgot! to! put! the! most! important! letter! in!......Didn't! forget! the! exclamation! marks! though!
Oh, how amusing! Seventh is trying his grubby little hand at sarcasm! Tiny minds indeed, dearie!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Little things please tiny minds I suppose. Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!.... .Aaah that's better COYR FOADP....Roll on 14.12.12 Whoops!, I! forgot! to! put! the! most! important! letter! in!......Didn't! forget! the! exclamation! marks! though![/p][/quote]Oh, how amusing! Seventh is trying his grubby little hand at sarcasm! Tiny minds indeed, dearie! Southampton Dominance
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6:28pm Wed 5 Dec 12

saintkenny says...

kent141 wrote:
Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12

All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations.

One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all....
yes be great drink in celebrate dance on the skunts eternal grave 14/12/12
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12 All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations. One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all....[/p][/quote]yes be great drink in celebrate dance on the skunts eternal grave 14/12/12 saintkenny
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6:33pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Sistermum wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
Sistermum wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong. Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1? The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.
Thats just the sort of shallow comments I would expect from somebody that merely needs to feel his opinion is indeed the only one. Presumably disappointed that we were promoted? Have you had any form of medication today? I like every other true supporter of SFC was elated. Airing caution and playing negatively is not what Saints are about, is it? Playing as such keeps us firmly rooted to the postion we are in. The term "shooting above our weight" would therefore appear very apt to anybody looking in. Think before you type. No wonder our fondest rivals like to attack - with morons like you representing the club, they will continue to do so. Run along.
Just another post full of negative thinking, try posting something optimistic, not necessarily realistic and see if you get a better response. morons? Yet again you do yourself no good with these personal insults, you have only yourself to blame.
[quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong. Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1? The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.[/p][/quote]Thats just the sort of shallow comments I would expect from somebody that merely needs to feel his opinion is indeed the only one. Presumably disappointed that we were promoted? Have you had any form of medication today? I like every other true supporter of SFC was elated. Airing caution and playing negatively is not what Saints are about, is it? Playing as such keeps us firmly rooted to the postion we are in. The term "shooting above our weight" would therefore appear very apt to anybody looking in. Think before you type. No wonder our fondest rivals like to attack - with morons like you representing the club, they will continue to do so. Run along.[/p][/quote]Just another post full of negative thinking, try posting something optimistic, not necessarily realistic and see if you get a better response. morons? Yet again you do yourself no good with these personal insults, you have only yourself to blame. OSPREYSAINT
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6:34pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Little things please tiny minds I suppose.
Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!....



.Aaah that's better
COYR FOADP....Roll on 14.12.12
Whoops!, I! forgot! to! put! the! most! important! letter! in!......Didn't! forget! the! exclamation! marks! though!
Oh, how amusing! Seventh is trying his grubby little hand at sarcasm! Tiny minds indeed, dearie!
Oh you do walk into these things, dearie! No hard feelings!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Little things please tiny minds I suppose. Oh hold on, I forgot some exclamation marks!!!!!!!!!!!.... .Aaah that's better COYR FOADP....Roll on 14.12.12 Whoops!, I! forgot! to! put! the! most! important! letter! in!......Didn't! forget! the! exclamation! marks! though![/p][/quote]Oh, how amusing! Seventh is trying his grubby little hand at sarcasm! Tiny minds indeed, dearie![/p][/quote]Oh you do walk into these things, dearie! No hard feelings!!!!! Southampton Dominance
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6:36pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc.
co.uk/news/article/t
raining-ground-updat
e-527858.aspx
Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc. co.uk/news/article/t raining-ground-updat e-527858.aspx OSPREYSAINT
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6:56pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation...

...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum!
Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation... ...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum! Baddesley Bill
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6:58pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc.

co.uk/news/article/t

raining-ground-updat

e-527858.aspx
that should scotch a few rumours mate,trouble is old tebourba will still post his daily dose of bo!!ox.
he's just loving the responses to his rubbish. I think he likes to touch himself as he reads them.

fekin skates.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc. co.uk/news/article/t raining-ground-updat e-527858.aspx[/p][/quote]that should scotch a few rumours mate,trouble is old tebourba will still post his daily dose of bo!!ox. he's just loving the responses to his rubbish. I think he likes to touch himself as he reads them. fekin skates. angus mc coatup
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7:06pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation...

...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum!
Oh, would you look at that! Both logged in and started their humdrumb rhetoric at the same time! Safety in numbers, ay girls!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation... ...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum![/p][/quote]Oh, would you look at that! Both logged in and started their humdrumb rhetoric at the same time! Safety in numbers, ay girls! Southampton Dominance
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7:17pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

Best laugh of the day, thanks DE(that was done with a heavy hint of sarcasm, you certainly do it!!) Lalla to N'castle for 5 mill???? Add a 0 on the end and your getting warmer, we'll enjoy the pure guess work though! But as I say, thanks for the laugh!


14.12.12 A great day to come, SSssshhhhhhhh!!
Best laugh of the day, thanks DE(that was done with a heavy hint of sarcasm, you certainly do it!!) Lalla to N'castle for 5 mill???? Add a 0 on the end and your getting warmer, we'll enjoy the pure guess work though! But as I say, thanks for the laugh! 14.12.12 A great day to come, SSssshhhhhhhh!! Tye-Dye pt2
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7:22pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
Best laugh of the day, thanks DE(that was done with a heavy hint of sarcasm, you certainly do it!!) Lalla to N'castle for 5 mill???? Add a 0 on the end and your getting warmer, we'll enjoy the pure guess work though! But as I say, thanks for the laugh!


14.12.12 A great day to come, SSssshhhhhhhh!!
Sorry! I don't understand you! I'm not ofay with jiberish. A, for effort though! Let me guess, great day, 14.12.12, giro day?
[quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: Best laugh of the day, thanks DE(that was done with a heavy hint of sarcasm, you certainly do it!!) Lalla to N'castle for 5 mill???? Add a 0 on the end and your getting warmer, we'll enjoy the pure guess work though! But as I say, thanks for the laugh! 14.12.12 A great day to come, SSssshhhhhhhh!![/p][/quote]Sorry! I don't understand you! I'm not ofay with jiberish. A, for effort though! Let me guess, great day, 14.12.12, giro day? Southampton Dominance
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7:24pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation...

...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum!
Maybe, but who on earth would want to buy even one?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation... ...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum![/p][/quote]Maybe, but who on earth would want to buy even one? OSPREYSAINT
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7:26pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

ofay,haha must be irish.

think she means...... au fait !
ofay,haha must be irish. think she means...... au fait ! angus mc coatup
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7:30pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

oh, and two b's in jibberish.
oh, and two b's in jibberish. angus mc coatup
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7:34pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation...

...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum!
Maybe, but who on earth would want to buy even one?
Quite right...the financial press have reported that Tesco are cancelling expansion plans...

...that's them out then.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Pardew is having a laugh with that valuation... ...you couldn't even buy two Fratton Park's with that paltry sum![/p][/quote]Maybe, but who on earth would want to buy even one?[/p][/quote]Quite right...the financial press have reported that Tesco are cancelling expansion plans... ...that's them out then. Baddesley Bill
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7:37pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
oh, and two b's in jibberish.
Oh no! Mr spell master has my number! Nice try at twit, I mean wit! Come on dearie, say something funny, amuse us! Congrats on your A+ spelling! Shame you're lacking in the humour department!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh, and two b's in jibberish.[/p][/quote]Oh no! Mr spell master has my number! Nice try at twit, I mean wit! Come on dearie, say something funny, amuse us! Congrats on your A+ spelling! Shame you're lacking in the humour department! Southampton Dominance
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7:37pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Morrisons are in the frame though.
Morrisons are in the frame though. OSPREYSAINT
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7:40pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
ofay,haha must be irish.

think she means...... au fait !
As we all know Angus she doesn't know what she means, poor lost soul that she is, and illiterate as they all are.



14.12.12 End of days for the Dickensian slum dwellers, Ssssshhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: ofay,haha must be irish. think she means...... au fait ![/p][/quote]As we all know Angus she doesn't know what she means, poor lost soul that she is, and illiterate as they all are. 14.12.12 End of days for the Dickensian slum dwellers, Ssssshhhhh! Tye-Dye pt2
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7:41pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh, and two b's in jibberish.
Oh no! Mr spell master has my number! Nice try at twit, I mean wit! Come on dearie, say something funny, amuse us! Congrats on your A+ spelling! Shame you're lacking in the humour department!
Wonderful what you can do if you change a few vowels around eh? Diminonce!
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh, and two b's in jibberish.[/p][/quote]Oh no! Mr spell master has my number! Nice try at twit, I mean wit! Come on dearie, say something funny, amuse us! Congrats on your A+ spelling! Shame you're lacking in the humour department![/p][/quote]Wonderful what you can do if you change a few vowels around eh? Diminonce! OSPREYSAINT
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7:42pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

dominance = A dim nonce
dominance = A dim nonce angus mc coatup
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7:43pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Linesman says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true. Linesman
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7:44pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?
No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it? OSPREYSAINT
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7:47pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
dominance = A dim nonce
Dearie, stick to humping Bill's leg! It always provides us with great amusement! Now try and be funny, go on!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: dominance = A dim nonce[/p][/quote]Dearie, stick to humping Bill's leg! It always provides us with great amusement! Now try and be funny, go on! Southampton Dominance
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7:50pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
dominance = A dim nonce
Slow, but you got there in the end, perhaps time for a change of identity for one of our posters?
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: dominance = A dim nonce[/p][/quote]Slow, but you got there in the end, perhaps time for a change of identity for one of our posters? OSPREYSAINT
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7:52pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?
Spot on OS its typical DE cut and paste nonsense, but its good for a laugh and a great chance to ridicule a biting skunt.


14.12.12 Justice for the majority for once, not the destitute 'few'. Ssssshhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?[/p][/quote]Spot on OS its typical DE cut and paste nonsense, but its good for a laugh and a great chance to ridicule a biting skunt. 14.12.12 Justice for the majority for once, not the destitute 'few'. Ssssshhhhh! Tye-Dye pt2
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7:53pm Wed 5 Dec 12

thickscum says...

Saintlee72 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.
Shut up skate !!!!
You couldn't even afford his boots over rated or not !!!!
southampton cannot afford his boots,If you lot were not so thick,You would know your in the brown stuff up to your eyeballs,Players will be leaving.keep your heads in the sand and don't ask questions that's you thicko's.
[quote][p][bold]Saintlee72[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.[/p][/quote]Shut up skate !!!! You couldn't even afford his boots over rated or not !!!![/p][/quote]southampton cannot afford his boots,If you lot were not so thick,You would know your in the brown stuff up to your eyeballs,Players will be leaving.keep your heads in the sand and don't ask questions that's you thicko's. thickscum
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7:54pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
ofay,haha must be irish.

think she means...... au fait !
I've got one. S t e p f o r d W i f e, sound about right? This guy is defiantly Bill. Both log on for the first time today, within a couple of minutes of each other. And I use the term, each other, very loosely. Same mind numbing posts, is there something you want to tell us? How was the spelling, d1p sh1t!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: ofay,haha must be irish. think she means...... au fait ![/p][/quote]I've got one. S t e p f o r d W i f e, sound about right? This guy is defiantly Bill. Both log on for the first time today, within a couple of minutes of each other. And I use the term, each other, very loosely. Same mind numbing posts, is there something you want to tell us? How was the spelling, d1p sh1t! Bring back Branfoot
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7:57pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?
Spot on OS its typical DE cut and paste nonsense, but its good for a laugh and a great chance to ridicule a biting skunt.


14.12.12 Justice for the majority for once, not the destitute 'few'. Ssssshhhhh!
Dearie, this is what you call ridiculing! Now that is funny!
[quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?[/p][/quote]Spot on OS its typical DE cut and paste nonsense, but its good for a laugh and a great chance to ridicule a biting skunt. 14.12.12 Justice for the majority for once, not the destitute 'few'. Ssssshhhhh![/p][/quote]Dearie, this is what you call ridiculing! Now that is funny! Southampton Dominance
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7:57pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?
osprey, you are indeed correct,I was merely pointing out some errors in
intellectual ability.and correcting someone in basic spelling that any school boy could manage with ease.

and lallana is worth at least £10m If you ask me.

A dim nonce !
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?[/p][/quote]osprey, you are indeed correct,I was merely pointing out some errors in intellectual ability.and correcting someone in basic spelling that any school boy could manage with ease. and lallana is worth at least £10m If you ask me. A dim nonce ! angus mc coatup
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8:01pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Morrisons are in the frame though.
I think it'll be up to some form of poor-mans Cooperative to take it on....

...court case pending of course.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Morrisons are in the frame though.[/p][/quote]I think it'll be up to some form of poor-mans Cooperative to take it on.... ...court case pending of course. Baddesley Bill
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8:02pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?
Spot on OS its typical DE cut and paste nonsense, but its good for a laugh and a great chance to ridicule a biting skunt.


14.12.12 Justice for the majority for once, not the destitute 'few'. Ssssshhhhh!
Dearie, this is what you call ridiculing! Now that is funny!
A happy clapper! Pure and simple. He wants desperately to make it to full Stepford Wife status. But being a loser, he just can't manage it!
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?[/p][/quote]Spot on OS its typical DE cut and paste nonsense, but its good for a laugh and a great chance to ridicule a biting skunt. 14.12.12 Justice for the majority for once, not the destitute 'few'. Ssssshhhhh![/p][/quote]Dearie, this is what you call ridiculing! Now that is funny![/p][/quote]A happy clapper! Pure and simple. He wants desperately to make it to full Stepford Wife status. But being a loser, he just can't manage it! Bring back Branfoot
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8:02pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
ofay,haha must be irish.

think she means...... au fait !
I've got one. S t e p f o r d W i f e, sound about right? This guy is defiantly Bill. Both log on for the first time today, within a couple of minutes of each other. And I use the term, each other, very loosely. Same mind numbing posts, is there something you want to tell us? How was the spelling, d1p sh1t!
Defiantly poor, definitely wrong.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: ofay,haha must be irish. think she means...... au fait ![/p][/quote]I've got one. S t e p f o r d W i f e, sound about right? This guy is defiantly Bill. Both log on for the first time today, within a couple of minutes of each other. And I use the term, each other, very loosely. Same mind numbing posts, is there something you want to tell us? How was the spelling, d1p sh1t![/p][/quote]Defiantly poor, definitely wrong. OSPREYSAINT
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8:03pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Morrisons are in the frame though.
I think it'll be up to some form of poor-mans Cooperative to take it on....

...court case pending of course.
Angus, is that you?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Morrisons are in the frame though.[/p][/quote]I think it'll be up to some form of poor-mans Cooperative to take it on.... ...court case pending of course.[/p][/quote]Angus, is that you? Bring back Branfoot
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8:06pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Morrisons are in the frame though.
I think it'll be up to some form of poor-mans Cooperative to take it on....

...court case pending of course.
Angus, is that you?
Diminonce is that you?
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Morrisons are in the frame though.[/p][/quote]I think it'll be up to some form of poor-mans Cooperative to take it on.... ...court case pending of course.[/p][/quote]Angus, is that you?[/p][/quote]Diminonce is that you? OSPREYSAINT
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8:10pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Smell, I mean spell master, come out dearie. Wow us with your spelling prowes. Sorry, just teasing, prowess! Still waiting for you to cough up a funny, come on Bill!
Smell, I mean spell master, come out dearie. Wow us with your spelling prowes. Sorry, just teasing, prowess! Still waiting for you to cough up a funny, come on Bill! Southampton Dominance
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8:13pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
ofay,haha must be irish.

think she means...... au fait !
I've got one. S t e p f o r d W i f e, sound about right? This guy is defiantly Bill. Both log on for the first time today, within a couple of minutes of each other. And I use the term, each other, very loosely. Same mind numbing posts, is there something you want to tell us? How was the spelling, d1p sh1t!
Defiantly poor, definitely wrong.
Look at OSPREY entering the fray. Ba11s finally dropped!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: ofay,haha must be irish. think she means...... au fait ![/p][/quote]I've got one. S t e p f o r d W i f e, sound about right? This guy is defiantly Bill. Both log on for the first time today, within a couple of minutes of each other. And I use the term, each other, very loosely. Same mind numbing posts, is there something you want to tell us? How was the spelling, d1p sh1t![/p][/quote]Defiantly poor, definitely wrong.[/p][/quote]Look at OSPREY entering the fray. Ba11s finally dropped! Bring back Branfoot
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8:16pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

I am SPARTACUS
I am SPARTACUS OSPREYSAINT
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8:16pm Wed 5 Dec 12

SaintDon13 says...

I am SPARTACUS
I am SPARTACUS SaintDon13
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8:17pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Multiple sign ons can be fun, but you need to be honest.
Multiple sign ons can be fun, but you need to be honest. OSPREYSAINT
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8:20pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?
osprey, you are indeed correct,I was merely pointing out some errors in
intellectual ability.and correcting someone in basic spelling that any school boy could manage with ease.

and lallana is worth at least £10m If you ask me.

A dim nonce !
Yes, Adam's is worth at least £10m. No one cares about your valuation of Adam. We are waiting with bated breath for your comedy tour de force. Come on dearie, some of us actually have lives!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: No one is taking the real thread seriously, is there a reason for that? Lala for £5m that can't be realistic can it?[/p][/quote]osprey, you are indeed correct,I was merely pointing out some errors in intellectual ability.and correcting someone in basic spelling that any school boy could manage with ease. and lallana is worth at least £10m If you ask me. A dim nonce ![/p][/quote]Yes, Adam's is worth at least £10m. No one cares about your valuation of Adam. We are waiting with bated breath for your comedy tour de force. Come on dearie, some of us actually have lives! Southampton Dominance
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8:20pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???"


14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh!
Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???" 14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh! Tye-Dye pt2
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8:21pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Go and watch the Chelsea game it is a laugh and a half.
Go and watch the Chelsea game it is a laugh and a half. OSPREYSAINT
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8:21pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Multiple sign ons can be fun, but you need to be honest.
Oh Osprey, run along now!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Multiple sign ons can be fun, but you need to be honest.[/p][/quote]Oh Osprey, run along now! Southampton Dominance
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8:24pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???"


14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh!
Still banging your head against the wall trying to come up with something. Half hour and this is what you present us with. Jog on, dearie!
[quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???" 14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh![/p][/quote]Still banging your head against the wall trying to come up with something. Half hour and this is what you present us with. Jog on, dearie! Southampton Dominance
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8:28pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???"


14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh!
Well you're not OSPers, way too uncouth! Maybe Bill/Angus. Same poor attempts at mixing it up! One thing for sure, are you a loser per chance? Meow!
[quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???" 14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh![/p][/quote]Well you're not OSPers, way too uncouth! Maybe Bill/Angus. Same poor attempts at mixing it up! One thing for sure, are you a loser per chance? Meow! Bring back Branfoot
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8:31pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

come to think of It,If ramirez Is worth
£12m,then lallana Is probably worth the same.


and "dearie" ffs ....they'll be using ducky in a minute.cooooeeeey ( blows a kiss ) fekin poofs.
come to think of It,If ramirez Is worth £12m,then lallana Is probably worth the same. and "dearie" ffs ....they'll be using ducky in a minute.cooooeeeey ( blows a kiss ) fekin poofs. angus mc coatup
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8:32pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???"


14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh!
Still banging your head against the wall trying to come up with something. Half hour and this is what you present us with. Jog on, dearie!
Dominance, they have the phrases, skunt and WUM and spelling observations, and that's it. You're wasting your time! Try to leave OSPers alone, he might be a clapper, but he's got a brain, of sorts!
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???" 14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh![/p][/quote]Still banging your head against the wall trying to come up with something. Half hour and this is what you present us with. Jog on, dearie![/p][/quote]Dominance, they have the phrases, skunt and WUM and spelling observations, and that's it. You're wasting your time! Try to leave OSPers alone, he might be a clapper, but he's got a brain, of sorts! Bring back Branfoot
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8:32pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

"An imbecile will continue to spout his jibberish, while the sane enjoy the freak show" Dr Sigmund Freud.

Apt, very apt!


14.12.12 Another one bites the dust.... Sssshhhhhh!
"An imbecile will continue to spout his jibberish, while the sane enjoy the freak show" Dr Sigmund Freud. Apt, very apt! 14.12.12 Another one bites the dust.... Sssshhhhhh! Tye-Dye pt2
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8:32pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???"


14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh!
They do seem to be getting a bit tetchy as the day approahes....

...can't really blame them though.. as it's a really really really serious situation for their club

.....again.

(smirk) :O)
[quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???" 14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh![/p][/quote]They do seem to be getting a bit tetchy as the day approahes.... ...can't really blame them though.. as it's a really really really serious situation for their club .....again. (smirk) :O) Baddesley Bill
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8:32pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Multiple sign ons can be fun, but you need to be honest.
Oh Osprey, run along now!
Touched a nerve perhaps? Aha! I don't believe it Torres has score a goal!
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Multiple sign ons can be fun, but you need to be honest.[/p][/quote]Oh Osprey, run along now![/p][/quote]Touched a nerve perhaps? Aha! I don't believe it Torres has score a goal! OSPREYSAINT
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8:35pm Wed 5 Dec 12

saintkenny says...

thickscum wrote:
Saintlee72 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.
Shut up skate !!!!
You couldn't even afford his boots over rated or not !!!!
southampton cannot afford his boots,If you lot were not so thick,You would know your in the brown stuff up to your eyeballs,Players will be leaving.keep your heads in the sand and don't ask questions that's you thicko's.
go and pay your pledge thickskate more apt join your mate southampton dominance what is it cant you lot take it because were 2 leagues above you .mosty of you were not on here when we were in the championship .which exactly proves that point no argument .you points if your lucky your still lose 10 pushing you towards league 2 .then your be 3 leagues under us for the 2nd time like 1978 1979 .better start getting used to that .again thats if your lucky.but it is not looking good 14/12/12 boom
[quote][p][bold]thickscum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintlee72[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £5m ...... Bite their hand off for a very overated average player.[/p][/quote]Shut up skate !!!! You couldn't even afford his boots over rated or not !!!![/p][/quote]southampton cannot afford his boots,If you lot were not so thick,You would know your in the brown stuff up to your eyeballs,Players will be leaving.keep your heads in the sand and don't ask questions that's you thicko's.[/p][/quote]go and pay your pledge thickskate more apt join your mate southampton dominance what is it cant you lot take it because were 2 leagues above you .mosty of you were not on here when we were in the championship .which exactly proves that point no argument .you points if your lucky your still lose 10 pushing you towards league 2 .then your be 3 leagues under us for the 2nd time like 1978 1979 .better start getting used to that .again thats if your lucky.but it is not looking good 14/12/12 boom saintkenny
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8:36pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads.
I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads. OSPREYSAINT
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8:37pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
come to think of It,If ramirez Is worth
£12m,then lallana Is probably worth the same.


and "dearie" ffs ....they'll be using ducky in a minute.cooooeeeey ( blows a kiss ) fekin poofs.
Bang bang bang, goes the head against the wall. Stupidity must be so frustrating! Now ducky, go away and think of something, approaching, amusing, for the next time I decide to mock you! Ok, dearie!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: come to think of It,If ramirez Is worth £12m,then lallana Is probably worth the same. and "dearie" ffs ....they'll be using ducky in a minute.cooooeeeey ( blows a kiss ) fekin poofs.[/p][/quote]Bang bang bang, goes the head against the wall. Stupidity must be so frustrating! Now ducky, go away and think of something, approaching, amusing, for the next time I decide to mock you! Ok, dearie! Southampton Dominance
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8:37pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads.
oi !!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads.[/p][/quote]oi !! angus mc coatup
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8:38pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads.
Sorry typo = "beautiful" my bad.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads.[/p][/quote]Sorry typo = "beautiful" my bad. OSPREYSAINT
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8:39pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
"An imbecile will continue to spout his jibberish, while the sane enjoy the freak show" Dr Sigmund Freud.

Apt, very apt!


14.12.12 Another one bites the dust.... Sssshhhhhh!
Lol! Still trying I see! Dedication is what you need! Roy Castle would have loved you! Night night dearie!
[quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: "An imbecile will continue to spout his jibberish, while the sane enjoy the freak show" Dr Sigmund Freud. Apt, very apt! 14.12.12 Another one bites the dust.... Sssshhhhhh![/p][/quote]Lol! Still trying I see! Dedication is what you need! Roy Castle would have loved you! Night night dearie! Southampton Dominance
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8:40pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads.
Sorry typo = "beautiful" my bad.
Trying to hard, "disrespect" - if I had a brain I would still be useless at spelling.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: I hadn't a clue about the Stepford Wives, so I did a bit of research, in the precis it said that they were "impossibly beuatiful", somehow that doesn't match my idea of those that you accuse, no disrepect lads.[/p][/quote]Sorry typo = "beautiful" my bad.[/p][/quote]Trying to hard, "disrespect" - if I had a brain I would still be useless at spelling. OSPREYSAINT
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8:40pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

A dim nonce....... indeed.
A dim nonce....... indeed. angus mc coatup
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8:41pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bother I meant "too" hard! - I am going for a lay down until Chelsea start the second half.........
Bother I meant "too" hard! - I am going for a lay down until Chelsea start the second half......... OSPREYSAINT
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8:43pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
"An imbecile will continue to spout his jibberish, while the sane enjoy the freak show" Dr Sigmund Freud.

Apt, very apt!


14.12.12 Another one bites the dust.... Sssshhhhhh!
Lol! Still trying I see! Dedication is what you need! Roy Castle would have loved you! Night night dearie!
Roy Castle, what a guy, I remember him in that awful Dr Who film, that was dire, otherwise he did OK.
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: "An imbecile will continue to spout his jibberish, while the sane enjoy the freak show" Dr Sigmund Freud. Apt, very apt! 14.12.12 Another one bites the dust.... Sssshhhhhh![/p][/quote]Lol! Still trying I see! Dedication is what you need! Roy Castle would have loved you! Night night dearie![/p][/quote]Roy Castle, what a guy, I remember him in that awful Dr Who film, that was dire, otherwise he did OK. OSPREYSAINT
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8:44pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Nothing better, of an evening, then slapping a few happy clappers / Stepford Wives! You guys should have equity cards for the entertainment you provide for all us well to do saints fans! They enjoy blood sports à la yokels!
Nothing better, of an evening, then slapping a few happy clappers / Stepford Wives! You guys should have equity cards for the entertainment you provide for all us well to do saints fans! They enjoy blood sports à la yokels! Bring back Branfoot
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8:48pm Wed 5 Dec 12

warrens 76 says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
SaintinCanada wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
NINE
I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go
Nothing will happen on that date other than another saga coming out of it with another date, it is a continuing "shaggy-dog" story.
You are probably right, the skates have had more deadline days than dfs has had sales, one day one of them will end
DFS sales could be real..
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: NINE[/p][/quote]I knew you were going to say that, I would like to add they have a maximum of one more giro to go[/p][/quote]Nothing will happen on that date other than another saga coming out of it with another date, it is a continuing "shaggy-dog" story.[/p][/quote]You are probably right, the skates have had more deadline days than dfs has had sales, one day one of them will end[/p][/quote]DFS sales could be real.. warrens 76
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8:48pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Nothing better, of an evening, then slapping a few happy clappers / Stepford Wives! You guys should have equity cards for the entertainment you provide for all us well to do saints fans! They enjoy blood sports à la yokels!
.. at least it's for free, you can't ask for your money back.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: Nothing better, of an evening, then slapping a few happy clappers / Stepford Wives! You guys should have equity cards for the entertainment you provide for all us well to do saints fans! They enjoy blood sports à la yokels![/p][/quote].. at least it's for free, you can't ask for your money back. OSPREYSAINT
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8:48pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Tye-Dye pt2 wrote:
Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???"


14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh!
They do seem to be getting a bit tetchy as the day approahes....

...can't really blame them though.. as it's a really really really serious situation for their club

.....again.

(smirk) :O)
The destitute's know no other way mate, they have nothing left but to try and compete, yet like their club they are insignificant.

Counting the days with joy, tis the season to be merry.

14.12.12 Christmas comes early.....Sssshhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tye-Dye pt2[/bold] wrote: Truly laughing my @rse off at the girls comments, oooh their bitter & jealous. "If only we had a financially sound club, if only we owned our own ground, if only we owned our own players & they were worth 5 to 50 mill, if only we owned our own training ground, if only we had more fans, If only I wasn't born a skate....if only???" 14.12.12 The day the high courts turn into a comedy club, Ssshhhhh![/p][/quote]They do seem to be getting a bit tetchy as the day approahes.... ...can't really blame them though.. as it's a really really really serious situation for their club .....again. (smirk) :O)[/p][/quote]The destitute's know no other way mate, they have nothing left but to try and compete, yet like their club they are insignificant. Counting the days with joy, tis the season to be merry. 14.12.12 Christmas comes early.....Sssshhhhh! Tye-Dye pt2
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8:49pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Osprey...you need to put some of your own ground rules in place....

...never reply to skunts...

and keep the whiskey under wraps until 9pm...your speeling is atwoshus tonite! :O)
Osprey...you need to put some of your own ground rules in place.... ...never reply to skunts... and keep the whiskey under wraps until 9pm...your speeling is atwoshus tonite! :O) Baddesley Bill
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8:50pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Little Hitler says...

Those Dr Who films were cool!
Those Dr Who films were cool! Little Hitler
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8:52pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Velleity says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc.

co.uk/news/article/t

raining-ground-updat

e-527858.aspx
Strange that the Echo don't pick up on this clarification about their non-story a few weeks ago - more keen on printing negative tripe than clarifying their past innuendoes, I guess.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc. co.uk/news/article/t raining-ground-updat e-527858.aspx[/p][/quote]Strange that the Echo don't pick up on this clarification about their non-story a few weeks ago - more keen on printing negative tripe than clarifying their past innuendoes, I guess. Velleity
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8:53pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Osprey...you need to put some of your own ground rules in place....

...never reply to skunts...

and keep the whiskey under wraps until 9pm...your speeling is atwoshus tonite! :O)
.. and I don't even drink the stuff.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Osprey...you need to put some of your own ground rules in place.... ...never reply to skunts... and keep the whiskey under wraps until 9pm...your speeling is atwoshus tonite! :O)[/p][/quote].. and I don't even drink the stuff. OSPREYSAINT
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8:55pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Little Hitler wrote:
Those Dr Who films were cool!
I met Jon Pertwee once, lovely bloke.
[quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: Those Dr Who films were cool![/p][/quote]I met Jon Pertwee once, lovely bloke. OSPREYSAINT
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8:56pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Bungy53 says...

Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park. Bungy53
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8:58pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

Velleity wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc.


co.uk/news/article/t


raining-ground-updat


e-527858.aspx
Strange that the Echo don't pick up on this clarification about their non-story a few weeks ago - more keen on printing negative tripe than clarifying their past innuendoes, I guess.
cue tebourba with more bo!!ox.


oh! and to our omni identitied poster
who seems to think he Is very clever.

cooooeeey my lovleeee ( blows kiss ).
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Message for The Borer have a look at the OS http://www.saintsfc. co.uk/news/article/t raining-ground-updat e-527858.aspx[/p][/quote]Strange that the Echo don't pick up on this clarification about their non-story a few weeks ago - more keen on printing negative tripe than clarifying their past innuendoes, I guess.[/p][/quote]cue tebourba with more bo!!ox. oh! and to our omni identitied poster who seems to think he Is very clever. cooooeeey my lovleeee ( blows kiss ). angus mc coatup
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8:59pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

3 1 Chelsea nice header by Cahill
3 1 Chelsea nice header by Cahill OSPREYSAINT
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9:01pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Torres scores again
Torres scores again OSPREYSAINT
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9:03pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bungy53 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.
I hope it doesn't happen in my lifetime anyway.
[quote][p][bold]Bungy53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.[/p][/quote]I hope it doesn't happen in my lifetime anyway. OSPREYSAINT
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9:13pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Now then now then now then
What have we here?

Ahahahahaaha

We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:15pm Wed 5 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Presumably the 4% in the vote is from our friendly skate contingent.
Presumably the 4% in the vote is from our friendly skate contingent. OSPREYSAINT
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9:17pm Wed 5 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Now then now then now then
What have we here?

Ahahahahaaha

We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
nah! fcuk em.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]nah! fcuk em. angus mc coatup
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10:06pm Wed 5 Dec 12

seventh-junction says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Now then now then now then
What have we here?

Ahahahahaaha

We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
nah! fcuk em.
By the sounds of the skunt mongs we get on here they'd probably take you up on that though angus. Be carefull or you'll get all "Dearie'd up" by the nonce.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]nah! fcuk em.[/p][/quote]By the sounds of the skunt mongs we get on here they'd probably take you up on that though angus. Be carefull or you'll get all "Dearie'd up" by the nonce. seventh-junction
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10:10pm Wed 5 Dec 12

RedArmy1 says...

AFTER 2 HOME WINS - WE TAKE THE FIGHT TO FULHAM AWAY ..

SFC have received an allocation of 2,717 tickets for this fixture – which kicks off at 3pm on Wednesday 26th December.

Subject to remaining availability, tickets will go on sale in the following criteria:

FRIDAY 7th December (9am) Supporters who purchased a ticket/tickets for at least one away Premier League game this season

MONDAY 10th December (9am) General sale

Tickets for this fixture are priced as follows:

£35 per adult
£25 per over-65 and under-21
£15 per under-16

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RED ARMY. THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION. COYR.
AFTER 2 HOME WINS - WE TAKE THE FIGHT TO FULHAM AWAY .. SFC have received an allocation of 2,717 tickets for this fixture – which kicks off at 3pm on Wednesday 26th December. Subject to remaining availability, tickets will go on sale in the following criteria: FRIDAY 7th December (9am) Supporters who purchased a ticket/tickets for at least one away Premier League game this season MONDAY 10th December (9am) General sale Tickets for this fixture are priced as follows: £35 per adult £25 per over-65 and under-21 £15 per under-16 WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. RED ARMY. THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION. COYR. RedArmy1
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10:21pm Wed 5 Dec 12

City Saint says...

Alicesdad wrote:
Just another reader wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early!
LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.
A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors.

It will never happen, but it's a good idea.
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just another reader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early![/p][/quote]LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.[/p][/quote]A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors. It will never happen, but it's a good idea. City Saint
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10:36pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

City Saint wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
Just another reader wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early!
LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.
A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors.

It will never happen, but it's a good idea.
Yes...we could set up a special pen for the few at SMS and sell rotten fruit for us to throw at them for our half time entertainment...

Sammy the Saint could cage fight Skinty the Skate too...

...this could actually work! :O)
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just another reader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early![/p][/quote]LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.[/p][/quote]A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors. It will never happen, but it's a good idea.[/p][/quote]Yes...we could set up a special pen for the few at SMS and sell rotten fruit for us to throw at them for our half time entertainment... Sammy the Saint could cage fight Skinty the Skate too... ...this could actually work! :O) Baddesley Bill
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10:43pm Wed 5 Dec 12

City Saint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
Just another reader wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early!
LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.
A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors. It will never happen, but it's a good idea.
Yes...we could set up a special pen for the few at SMS and sell rotten fruit for us to throw at them for our half time entertainment... Sammy the Saint could cage fight Skinty the Skate too... ...this could actually work! :O)
:)
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just another reader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early![/p][/quote]LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.[/p][/quote]A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors. It will never happen, but it's a good idea.[/p][/quote]Yes...we could set up a special pen for the few at SMS and sell rotten fruit for us to throw at them for our half time entertainment... Sammy the Saint could cage fight Skinty the Skate too... ...this could actually work! :O)[/p][/quote]:) City Saint
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10:49pm Wed 5 Dec 12

F Fan says...

Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc.

I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.
Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc. I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League. F Fan
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10:54pm Wed 5 Dec 12

F Fan says...

City Saint wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
Just another reader wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early!
LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.
A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors.

It will never happen, but it's a good idea.
Why don't we all just abandon our clubs and have a single team representing all of England. We would qualify every year for the Champions League. That's stupid and so is your idea. The whole point about supporting your club is that it is your team, not other fans' .
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just another reader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early![/p][/quote]LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.[/p][/quote]A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors. It will never happen, but it's a good idea.[/p][/quote]Why don't we all just abandon our clubs and have a single team representing all of England. We would qualify every year for the Champions League. That's stupid and so is your idea. The whole point about supporting your club is that it is your team, not other fans' . F Fan
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10:59pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Folkestone Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Bungy53 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.
I hope it doesn't happen in my lifetime anyway.
He is ignorng the point that as a Soton or poopey fan that is it, if you join them therefore change what is it then becomes a different and new club, it's like trying to get sence out of a poopey fan (not popey fan as my miss type just spelt) although I am not accusing him of being one as that is low
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bungy53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.[/p][/quote]I hope it doesn't happen in my lifetime anyway.[/p][/quote]He is ignorng the point that as a Soton or poopey fan that is it, if you join them therefore change what is it then becomes a different and new club, it's like trying to get sence out of a poopey fan (not popey fan as my miss type just spelt) although I am not accusing him of being one as that is low Folkestone Saint
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11:03pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

F Fan wrote:
Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc.

I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.
To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge.

The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying.

Well played by them nonetheless.
[quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc. I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.[/p][/quote]To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge. The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying. Well played by them nonetheless. Baddesley Bill
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11:16pm Wed 5 Dec 12

F Fan says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
F Fan wrote:
Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc.

I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.
To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge.

The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying.

Well played by them nonetheless.
Absolutely, it's a small pond but their fan base is so big they would be a big fish in a big pond too.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc. I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.[/p][/quote]To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge. The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying. Well played by them nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Absolutely, it's a small pond but their fan base is so big they would be a big fish in a big pond too. F Fan
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11:17pm Wed 5 Dec 12

slugger says...

£5,000,000 for adam you're 'aving a giraffe , he's worth 3 times that ! ....... have i missed much ?
£5,000,000 for adam you're 'aving a giraffe , he's worth 3 times that ! ....... have i missed much ? slugger
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11:22pm Wed 5 Dec 12

City Saint says...

F Fan wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
Just another reader wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early!
LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.
A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors. It will never happen, but it's a good idea.
Why don't we all just abandon our clubs and have a single team representing all of England. We would qualify every year for the Champions League. That's stupid and so is your idea. The whole point about supporting your club is that it is your team, not other fans' .
You clearly don't know your football history, tribe boy.
[quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just another reader[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Someone's been on the Christmas sherry a bit early![/p][/quote]LSD more like. The very idea can only be tolerated as a hallucination. I just hope there are no lasting effects when you come down from the trip.[/p][/quote]A team uniting saints and Pompey fans would be the best way to move into a top ten position regularly, and challenge for proper honors. It will never happen, but it's a good idea.[/p][/quote]Why don't we all just abandon our clubs and have a single team representing all of England. We would qualify every year for the Champions League. That's stupid and so is your idea. The whole point about supporting your club is that it is your team, not other fans' .[/p][/quote]You clearly don't know your football history, tribe boy. City Saint
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11:24pm Wed 5 Dec 12

slugger says...

Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
this is probably the most ridiculous idea iv'e ever read on this forum ............ you're not a football supporter are you linesman ......... why do you post on here ?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]this is probably the most ridiculous idea iv'e ever read on this forum ............ you're not a football supporter are you linesman ......... why do you post on here ? slugger
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11:24pm Wed 5 Dec 12

kent141 says...

saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12

All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations.

One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all....
yes be great drink in celebrate dance on the skunts eternal grave 14/12/12
14.12.12

3 chairs may be needed then.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12 All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations. One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all....[/p][/quote]yes be great drink in celebrate dance on the skunts eternal grave 14/12/12[/p][/quote]14.12.12 3 chairs may be needed then. kent141
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11:29pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Folkestone Saint says...

kent141 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12

All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations.

One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all....
yes be great drink in celebrate dance on the skunts eternal grave 14/12/12
14.12.12

3 chairs may be needed then.
Make that none as we will be on the ground laughing, oh and very drunk.
Tick tick tick tick BOOM
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Massive party in the Joshua Tree on the 14.12.12 All the regulars from this site welcome to join the celebrations. One table and two chairs will be put aside for you all....[/p][/quote]yes be great drink in celebrate dance on the skunts eternal grave 14/12/12[/p][/quote]14.12.12 3 chairs may be needed then.[/p][/quote]Make that none as we will be on the ground laughing, oh and very drunk. Tick tick tick tick BOOM Folkestone Saint
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11:34pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Baddesley Bill says...

F Fan wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
F Fan wrote:
Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc.

I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.
To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge.

The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying.

Well played by them nonetheless.
Absolutely, it's a small pond but their fan base is so big they would be a big fish in a big pond too.
...they need to find a big pond to play their day to day football then. Their present set of players are only there for a guaranteed medal...rather than a guaranteed challenge.
[quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc. I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.[/p][/quote]To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge. The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying. Well played by them nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Absolutely, it's a small pond but their fan base is so big they would be a big fish in a big pond too.[/p][/quote]...they need to find a big pond to play their day to day football then. Their present set of players are only there for a guaranteed medal...rather than a guaranteed challenge. Baddesley Bill
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11:44pm Wed 5 Dec 12

slugger says...

an interesting article on the official site regarding the ongoing work at stapleford (cheers ospreysaint) , it tells the true story of why work was suspended (it restarted more than two weeks ago) and we're now getting a brand new dome too at "considerable extra cost" .......... stick that in your pipe tebourba !
an interesting article on the official site regarding the ongoing work at stapleford (cheers ospreysaint) , it tells the true story of why work was suspended (it restarted more than two weeks ago) and we're now getting a brand new dome too at "considerable extra cost" .......... stick that in your pipe tebourba ! slugger
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11:45pm Wed 5 Dec 12

st1halo says...

Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that!


STID
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID st1halo
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11:51pm Wed 5 Dec 12

slugger says...

st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that!


STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ? slugger
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11:59pm Wed 5 Dec 12

st1halo says...

Ontario Saint wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
Sistermum wrote:
Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic!
So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong.
Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1?
The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.
Sistermum you are so so negative where Saints are concerned and as someone suggested you come across as being disappointed that Saints are in the Premiership.
Our beloved Club has a 'game plan" which we are 2 years ahead on, something no one can argue with. Everything that has happened is not "too much too soon" as you suggest. It is the result of a lot of hard work and very positive results that have been achieved over the past 2 1/2 years.

Yes we have got off to a somewhat disappointing start but even with only 4 points from 10 games the team played some excellent football against both of the Manchester luck. I think they were a little overwhelmed by the fact they were beating these teams and lost there confidence in the closing minutes.

We are now at 12 points from 15 games and in contention top move higher in the standings and have performed well in 4 of our last 5 matches which bodes well moving forward.

Come on we sympathize with the dire predicament Pompey is in but Saints are currently the pride of the South coast and have the ability to move forward and upwards from here.

Try not to be so negative Sistermum....dwell on the positives so much is and has been achieved, this being the reason for the optimism that so many of us share.

Poor Pompey I wish them luck as they and their fans have little going for them due to the unsavoury owners who destroyed the Club
THERE IS NO WAY SISTERMUM IS A SAINTS FAN!

Disillusioned or otherwise!

If she sympathises with the skates so much then she should fcuk off to the News site, they like to talk b0ll0ks on there!

STID
[quote][p][bold]Ontario Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sistermum[/bold] wrote: Deduce what you will, by your own means.I don't expect any of the goofy idiots on here that continually slate others to share my opinion. However, others will, but won't admit it. I simply do not like the fact we are shooting (or not) above our weight and would be much more comfortable going down a division only to come back stronger. I just hope we can and the delusions will then stop.Let's be realistic![/p][/quote]So you were presumably disappointed that we were promoted last year. How curious. And you've come up with the expression 'shooting above our weight' - there are no weight divisions in shooting, light people can shoot as well as heavy people. You've obviously heard a phrase and thought it sounded good but regrettably got it wrong. Do you not think that if we went down two divisions we'd do really well again in League 1? The Premiership is a learning curve (not unlike a shooting curve in your world) and we are getting there slowly. 17th this year is fine and, as someone said yesterday, mid-table anonymity after that. If you are more comfortable in the Championship, support a Championship club.[/p][/quote]Sistermum you are so so negative where Saints are concerned and as someone suggested you come across as being disappointed that Saints are in the Premiership. Our beloved Club has a 'game plan" which we are 2 years ahead on, something no one can argue with. Everything that has happened is not "too much too soon" as you suggest. It is the result of a lot of hard work and very positive results that have been achieved over the past 2 1/2 years. Yes we have got off to a somewhat disappointing start but even with only 4 points from 10 games the team played some excellent football against both of the Manchester luck. I think they were a little overwhelmed by the fact they were beating these teams and lost there confidence in the closing minutes. We are now at 12 points from 15 games and in contention top move higher in the standings and have performed well in 4 of our last 5 matches which bodes well moving forward. Come on we sympathize with the dire predicament Pompey is in but Saints are currently the pride of the South coast and have the ability to move forward and upwards from here. Try not to be so negative Sistermum....dwell on the positives so much is and has been achieved, this being the reason for the optimism that so many of us share. Poor Pompey I wish them luck as they and their fans have little going for them due to the unsavoury owners who destroyed the Club[/p][/quote]THERE IS NO WAY SISTERMUM IS A SAINTS FAN! Disillusioned or otherwise! If she sympathises with the skates so much then she should fcuk off to the News site, they like to talk b0ll0ks on there! STID st1halo
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12:04am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS

fame

supportes who don't hold hands.


This list is endless
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless More Glory
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12:07am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
Yeah as if an extra 9500 supporters is going to make that happen ffs!!

WAKE UP

STID
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]Yeah as if an extra 9500 supporters is going to make that happen ffs!! WAKE UP STID st1halo
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12:16am Thu 6 Dec 12

slugger says...

More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS

fame

supportes who don't hold hands.


This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green . slugger
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12:21am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history

tradition

atmosphere

I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight

WAhahahahahah
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah More Glory
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12:21am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Now then now then now then
What have we here?

Ahahahahaaha

We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Fcuk that!!

Feast!
Become the hog!
Enjoy!!
Make merriment!!
This time may never come again

STID
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID st1halo
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12:27am Thu 6 Dec 12

slugger says...

More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history

tradition

atmosphere

I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight

WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like . slugger
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12:28am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID
Agree.

Enjoy the season while it lasts


HAHAHAwoaaaah
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID[/p][/quote]Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah More Glory
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12:30am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
Only until you get your gardening gear on in the morning.

WoooooaaAAAHHHHH
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]Only until you get your gardening gear on in the morning. WoooooaaAAAHHHHH More Glory
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12:32am Thu 6 Dec 12

slugger says...

bless you .
bless you . slugger
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12:33am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history

tradition

atmosphere

I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight

WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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12:35am Thu 6 Dec 12

slugger says...

st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history

tradition

atmosphere

I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight

WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ! slugger
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12:37am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID
Agree.

Enjoy the season while it lasts


HAHAHAwoaaaah
If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!!

haha
hahaHA
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID[/p][/quote]Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah[/p][/quote]If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID st1halo
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12:37am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

slugger wrote:
bless you .
night night. keep those keys safe.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: bless you .[/p][/quote]night night. keep those keys safe. More Glory
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12:42am Thu 6 Dec 12

slugger says...

More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
bless you .
night night. keep those keys safe.
night , don't forget to visit your doctor , green gills can lead to all sorts of complications .
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: bless you .[/p][/quote]night night. keep those keys safe.[/p][/quote]night , don't forget to visit your doctor , green gills can lead to all sorts of complications . slugger
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12:42am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history

tradition

atmosphere

I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight

WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug...
'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!!


HAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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12:42am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Did Jellicoe have green eyes. Well I never
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Did Jellicoe have green eyes. Well I never More Glory
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12:46am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
I think global warming may make that highly unlikely.

Maybe it will be like remembering the history of your club - like the Old Carthusians.

I think Pompey will just move their ground up the hill.

Sadly, no local hills in your town.

ehmm. Oh well - here's to the memory
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]I think global warming may make that highly unlikely. Maybe it will be like remembering the history of your club - like the Old Carthusians. I think Pompey will just move their ground up the hill. Sadly, no local hills in your town. ehmm. Oh well - here's to the memory More Glory
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12:47am Thu 6 Dec 12

slugger says...

over and out ....... some of us have work in the morning .
over and out ....... some of us have work in the morning . slugger
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12:50am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID
Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah
If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID
I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously.

Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID[/p][/quote]Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah[/p][/quote]If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID[/p][/quote]I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously. Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions. More Glory
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12:54am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good thinking Sheila.

Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body.

And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon.

Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time.

It worries me greatly.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly. More Glory
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12:56am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

slugger wrote:
over and out ....... some of us have work in the morning .
Bit too icy for gardening. I'd leave it till 10.30. Have a lie in.

Just thinking of Marjorie from the good life in her gardening get up.

WooooooaaaHHHH
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: over and out ....... some of us have work in the morning .[/p][/quote]Bit too icy for gardening. I'd leave it till 10.30. Have a lie in. Just thinking of Marjorie from the good life in her gardening get up. WooooooaaaHHHH More Glory
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12:57am Thu 6 Dec 12

angus mc coatup says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID
Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah
If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID
I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously.

Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions.
very true....so here's to your next administration.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID[/p][/quote]Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah[/p][/quote]If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID[/p][/quote]I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously. Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions.[/p][/quote]very true....so here's to your next administration. angus mc coatup
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1:03am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good thinking Sheila.

Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body.

And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon.

Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time.

It worries me greatly.
I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course!
Why so?
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.[/p][/quote]I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so? st1halo
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1:14am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID
Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah
If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID
I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously. Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions.
very true....so here's to your next administration.
Ah,

Here'a man who doesn't need to get up in the morning.

Only 3 admins so far. Hardly traditional.

How many seasons out of say the last 25 didn't you sell a player?

Seriously interested. You don't have to give me the textbook response - "that's why we always have money".
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID[/p][/quote]Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah[/p][/quote]If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID[/p][/quote]I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously. Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions.[/p][/quote]very true....so here's to your next administration.[/p][/quote]Ah, Here'a man who doesn't need to get up in the morning. Only 3 admins so far. Hardly traditional. How many seasons out of say the last 25 didn't you sell a player? Seriously interested. You don't have to give me the textbook response - "that's why we always have money". More Glory
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1:23am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.
I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?
Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact?

Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH

I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.[/p][/quote]I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?[/p][/quote]Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea More Glory
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1:45am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history

tradition

atmosphere

I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight

WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park!
Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour.
"Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires
"I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it"
"Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye
"Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly.
Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean"
"Why do you ask little Lambo?"
"In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?"
"Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped
" But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?"
Here's what she said to Rickie.....



STIFD
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park! Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour. "Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires "I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it" "Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye "Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly. Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean" "Why do you ask little Lambo?" "In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?" "Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped " But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?" Here's what she said to Rickie..... STIFD st1halo
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1:52am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park! Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour. "Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires "I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it" "Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye "Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly. Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean" "Why do you ask little Lambo?" "In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?" "Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped " But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?" Here's what she said to Rickie..... STIFD
The problem with the scenario you are stating, is that the Pompey kids who will then be so much brighter than their Soton counterparts (a lot more than they are even now), will easily "persuade" the Soton halfwits to move the stadium lock stock and barrel to Pompey. The Soton halfwits won't even remember who Westwood was.

I do honestly think JW would lift the atmosphere at your place a few notches.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park! Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour. "Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires "I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it" "Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye "Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly. Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean" "Why do you ask little Lambo?" "In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?" "Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped " But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?" Here's what she said to Rickie..... STIFD[/p][/quote]The problem with the scenario you are stating, is that the Pompey kids who will then be so much brighter than their Soton counterparts (a lot more than they are even now), will easily "persuade" the Soton halfwits to move the stadium lock stock and barrel to Pompey. The Soton halfwits won't even remember who Westwood was. I do honestly think JW would lift the atmosphere at your place a few notches. More Glory
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1:56am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.
Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID
Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah
If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID
I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously. Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions.
very true....so here's to your next administration.
Ah,

Here'a man who doesn't need to get up in the morning.

Only 3 admins so far. Hardly traditional.

How many seasons out of say the last 25 didn't you sell a player?

Seriously interested. You don't have to give me the textbook response - "that's why we always have money".
We do sell players Gloria, that's the nature of the beast though isn't it, generally for fcuking good money though, unfortunately old Rupert used to do it to for the money! Not for the team! He averaged an investment into players of 250k per year, hardly going to get us success was it! Think thats why GS left when he did. The last few years have been different though, not sold much but sold big! When the right money comes alng you gotta take it! Look at Ronaldo, Man U jumped at the money! RVP at Arsenal! It is what it is!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Now then now then now then What have we here? Ahahahahaaha We are going to need to show our sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic side to our pet skunts in the coming days. The end is nigh and those with the double brain cell have realised it. The others will get there soon. Now is when they will turn to us. Be kind and caring - it's not for long.[/p][/quote]Fcuk that!! Feast! Become the hog! Enjoy!! Make merriment!! This time may never come again STID[/p][/quote]Agree. Enjoy the season while it lasts HAHAHAwoaaaah[/p][/quote]If you manage to get to the end of it!!!!!!!!! haha hahaHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! STID[/p][/quote]I was being nice there. You're season, Seriously. Don't forget to sell Adam at the end of it though. Traditions are traditions.[/p][/quote]very true....so here's to your next administration.[/p][/quote]Ah, Here'a man who doesn't need to get up in the morning. Only 3 admins so far. Hardly traditional. How many seasons out of say the last 25 didn't you sell a player? Seriously interested. You don't have to give me the textbook response - "that's why we always have money".[/p][/quote]We do sell players Gloria, that's the nature of the beast though isn't it, generally for fcuking good money though, unfortunately old Rupert used to do it to for the money! Not for the team! He averaged an investment into players of 250k per year, hardly going to get us success was it! Think thats why GS left when he did. The last few years have been different though, not sold much but sold big! When the right money comes alng you gotta take it! Look at Ronaldo, Man U jumped at the money! RVP at Arsenal! It is what it is! st1halo
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2:07am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.
I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?
Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact?

Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH

I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea
I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it)
The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.[/p][/quote]I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?[/p][/quote]Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea[/p][/quote]I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it) The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless st1halo
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2:14am Thu 6 Dec 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park! Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour. "Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires "I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it" "Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye "Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly. Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean" "Why do you ask little Lambo?" "In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?" "Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped " But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?" Here's what she said to Rickie..... STIFD
The problem with the scenario you are stating, is that the Pompey kids who will then be so much brighter than their Soton counterparts (a lot more than they are even now), will easily "persuade" the Soton halfwits to move the stadium lock stock and barrel to Pompey. The Soton halfwits won't even remember who Westwood was.

I do honestly think JW would lift the atmosphere at your place a few notches.
Only if he was placed on the pitch in front of a firing squad!!

HAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park! Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour. "Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires "I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it" "Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye "Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly. Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean" "Why do you ask little Lambo?" "In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?" "Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped " But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?" Here's what she said to Rickie..... STIFD[/p][/quote]The problem with the scenario you are stating, is that the Pompey kids who will then be so much brighter than their Soton counterparts (a lot more than they are even now), will easily "persuade" the Soton halfwits to move the stadium lock stock and barrel to Pompey. The Soton halfwits won't even remember who Westwood was. I do honestly think JW would lift the atmosphere at your place a few notches.[/p][/quote]Only if he was placed on the pitch in front of a firing squad!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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2:48am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park! Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour. "Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires "I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it" "Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye "Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly. Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean" "Why do you ask little Lambo?" "In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?" "Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped " But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?" Here's what she said to Rickie..... STIFD
The problem with the scenario you are stating, is that the Pompey kids who will then be so much brighter than their Soton counterparts (a lot more than they are even now), will easily "persuade" the Soton halfwits to move the stadium lock stock and barrel to Pompey. The Soton halfwits won't even remember who Westwood was. I do honestly think JW would lift the atmosphere at your place a few notches.
Only if he was placed on the pitch in front of a firing squad!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
If you could get enough JW lookalike's - that is a plan - brilliant. Loads of lookalikes down your jobcentres.
With the fluoride kicking in, noone would remember back to the last match.

HAHHAAHHAHAHAAH

AHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAAAA
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]The children will have cast aside their Westwood PJs, thrown away their little plastic trumpets and adorned themselves in their red and white deck chair attire. At 1pm there is a mass exodus from Portsmouth as the Saints fans leave to watch their team at the 48000 seater SMS, stopping at the Saints Megastore to buy the latest accessories, you know the place that used to be called Fratton Park! Later, when back at home after watching the mighty Saints crush another team, Mrs Skate is approached by her neighbour. "Didn't you used to be a PFC fan?" Mrs Fisheye enquires "I know" replies Mrs Skate somewhat embarrased. " It started with the kids really" she said " We just took them for a day out, but the football was so good we became hooked, we've never seen footie like it" "Maybe I should give it a go" said Mrs Fisheye "Well we saw your husband there last week" replied Mrs Skate laughingly. Suddenly little Ricky runs up and says "Mum, what do OKI and Jobsite mean" "Why do you ask little Lambo?" "In the toilets at SMS today they had run out of toilet paper and had old football shirts with Portsmouth FC on them to wipe your botty with, did we have a football team here then?" "Yes but they were sh1te and died" Mrs Skate snapped " But I am from Portsmouth, so should I be Pompey, Should I be Saints?" Here's what she said to Rickie..... STIFD[/p][/quote]The problem with the scenario you are stating, is that the Pompey kids who will then be so much brighter than their Soton counterparts (a lot more than they are even now), will easily "persuade" the Soton halfwits to move the stadium lock stock and barrel to Pompey. The Soton halfwits won't even remember who Westwood was. I do honestly think JW would lift the atmosphere at your place a few notches.[/p][/quote]Only if he was placed on the pitch in front of a firing squad!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]If you could get enough JW lookalike's - that is a plan - brilliant. Loads of lookalikes down your jobcentres. With the fluoride kicking in, noone would remember back to the last match. HAHHAAHHAHAHAAH AHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAAAA More Glory
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2:55am Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.
I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?
Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea
I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it) The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless
Agree Sheila.

But you are a reader. A lot of people these days don't read. As I say, just interested in how much interest there would be.

BTW - the petitions - don't know about them, but at the main demo meeting - around 100 people turned up - that was it.

I did say your battle there is biger than ours for our footy club.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.[/p][/quote]I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?[/p][/quote]Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea[/p][/quote]I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it) The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless[/p][/quote]Agree Sheila. But you are a reader. A lot of people these days don't read. As I say, just interested in how much interest there would be. BTW - the petitions - don't know about them, but at the main demo meeting - around 100 people turned up - that was it. I did say your battle there is biger than ours for our footy club. More Glory
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3:33am Thu 6 Dec 12

TEBOURBA says...

How is a player valued?
If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m!
That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's.
The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers.
Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!!
Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error!
Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment.
Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.
How is a player valued? If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m! That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's. The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers. Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!! Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error! Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment. Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton. TEBOURBA
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4:36am Thu 6 Dec 12

SaintinCanada says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
How is a player valued?
If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m!
That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's.
The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers.
Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!!
Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error!
Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment.
Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.
You didn't go and see your doctor then?
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: How is a player valued? If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m! That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's. The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers. Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!! Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error! Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment. Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.[/p][/quote]You didn't go and see your doctor then? SaintinCanada
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4:46am Thu 6 Dec 12

mack chinnon says...

SaintinCanada wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
How is a player valued?
If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m!
That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's.
The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers.
Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!!
Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error!
Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment.
Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.
You didn't go and see your doctor then?
He is a tw@t isnt he.
[quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: How is a player valued? If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m! That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's. The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers. Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!! Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error! Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment. Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.[/p][/quote]You didn't go and see your doctor then?[/p][/quote]He is a tw@t isnt he. mack chinnon
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5:13am Thu 6 Dec 12

SaintinCanada says...

mack chinnon wrote:
SaintinCanada wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
How is a player valued?
If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m!
That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's.
The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers.
Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!!
Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error!
Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment.
Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.
You didn't go and see your doctor then?
He is a tw@t isnt he.
He is desperate to be thought of as some kind of intellectual. I don't know what the problem is....a doctor would be better able to help.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: How is a player valued? If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m! That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's. The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers. Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!! Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error! Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment. Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.[/p][/quote]You didn't go and see your doctor then?[/p][/quote]He is a tw@t isnt he.[/p][/quote]He is desperate to be thought of as some kind of intellectual. I don't know what the problem is....a doctor would be better able to help. SaintinCanada
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5:22am Thu 6 Dec 12

SaintinCanada says...

mack chinnon wrote:
SaintinCanada wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
How is a player valued?
If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m!
That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's.
The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers.
Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!!
Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error!
Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment.
Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.
You didn't go and see your doctor then?
He is a tw@t isnt he.
He is desperate to be thought of as some kind of intellectual. I don't know what the problem is....a doctor would be better able to help.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: How is a player valued? If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m! That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's. The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers. Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!! Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error! Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment. Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.[/p][/quote]You didn't go and see your doctor then?[/p][/quote]He is a tw@t isnt he.[/p][/quote]He is desperate to be thought of as some kind of intellectual. I don't know what the problem is....a doctor would be better able to help. SaintinCanada
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5:39am Thu 6 Dec 12

mack chinnon says...

SaintinCanada wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
How is a player valued?
If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m!
That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's.
The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers.
Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!!
Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error!
Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment.
Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.
You didn't go and see your doctor then?
He is a tw@t.
[quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: How is a player valued? If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m! That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's. The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers. Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!! Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error! Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment. Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.[/p][/quote]You didn't go and see your doctor then?[/p][/quote]He is a tw@t. mack chinnon
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7:20am Thu 6 Dec 12

Velleity says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
How is a player valued?
If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m!
That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's.
The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers.
Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!!
Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error!
Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment.
Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.
Tebourba, I've said this before several times. Your obsession is unhealthy.

You can't even talk about AL's value without turning it into an attack on your fixation, Nicola Cortese.

I'm not suggesting you should be committed - as you suggested I was doing the other day - just that you should see your GP and get them to refer you to someone about this.

I'm deadly serious; this is clearly a problem. Please do go and deal with it.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: How is a player valued? If JR is worth £7m and Ramirez £12m then on footballing ability and contribution to Saints' performance, week in and week out, Adam must be worth £25m! That would make Adam's value three and a half times JR's and twice Ramirez's. The flaw in this argument of course is basing respective values on the grossly inflated fees Cortese paid for these two, at best, average performers. Good old Alan is having a joke, he knows, as well as anyone, that Adam is worth £10m at least, makng JR's worth roughly £3m and Ramirez's £5m ---- £8M for the two!! Can it be that our illustrious Chairman has been taken to the cleaners to the tune of £11m?? --- surely not!! --- the see no:hear no:speak no, Happy Clappers could never conceive their hero has made such a gross error! Judging by these two players contribution on the pitch so far, I can't see many fair minded people who really know the game, disagreeing with my wise, experienced and brilliantly calculated, assessment. Now, ---- think about it----- how many programme sellers do you have to sack and how many contractors do you refuse to pay, to recoup £11m ? ---------Answers on a post card please to NC c/o SMS, Southampton.[/p][/quote]Tebourba, I've said this before several times. Your obsession is unhealthy. You can't even talk about AL's value without turning it into an attack on your fixation, Nicola Cortese. I'm not suggesting you should be committed - as you suggested I was doing the other day - just that you should see your GP and get them to refer you to someone about this. I'm deadly serious; this is clearly a problem. Please do go and deal with it. Velleity
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7:22am Thu 6 Dec 12

Velleity says...

By the way Tebourba, posting that kind of stuff at 3:30 in the morning is just another indicator. Go and see your GP for your own sake.
By the way Tebourba, posting that kind of stuff at 3:30 in the morning is just another indicator. Go and see your GP for your own sake. Velleity
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8:24am Thu 6 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Moron Glory and The Borer on here in the early hours? Spooky. Sleep deprivation can lead to the OCD prevalent here.
Moron Glory and The Borer on here in the early hours? Spooky. Sleep deprivation can lead to the OCD prevalent here. OSPREYSAINT
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8:38am Thu 6 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Velleity wrote:
By the way Tebourba, posting that kind of stuff at 3:30 in the morning is just another indicator. Go and see your GP for your own sake.
... and no response to the Staplewood issue. Just one WUM post intended to draw a response, then nothing, what a waste of space. Not clear whether just a nasty piece of work, or just sick.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: By the way Tebourba, posting that kind of stuff at 3:30 in the morning is just another indicator. Go and see your GP for your own sake.[/p][/quote]... and no response to the Staplewood issue. Just one WUM post intended to draw a response, then nothing, what a waste of space. Not clear whether just a nasty piece of work, or just sick. OSPREYSAINT
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9:52am Thu 6 Dec 12

Linesman says...

Bungy53 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.
You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling.
[quote][p][bold]Bungy53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.[/p][/quote]You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling. Linesman
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10:10am Thu 6 Dec 12

Linesman says...

Linesman wrote:
Bungy53 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.
You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling.
As I am fast approaching my 80s, I can remember when Saints were kitted out by Toomers. No names or adverts on their shirts, just numbers.

I also remember that, when Saints were away, Pompey were at home, and many fans went to The Dell one week and Fratton Park the next.

It was in the days when away fans were not separated from home fans, and they got to know each other and compared opinions on clubs, teams and players.

The football authorities, in their wisdom (or lack of) decided that, after crowd trouble at, I believe, Leeds, there should be segregation.

This, in my opinion, did not solve the problem, but made it worse. Instead of mingling with away supporters, they were separated, and that is when the chanting began, because the 'enemy' were all in one section.

I did use the term, 'In an IDEAL world', but these days football is far from being an ideal world, and we have the Football Authorities to thank for their contribution to this state of affairs.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bungy53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.[/p][/quote]You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling.[/p][/quote]As I am fast approaching my 80s, I can remember when Saints were kitted out by Toomers. No names or adverts on their shirts, just numbers. I also remember that, when Saints were away, Pompey were at home, and many fans went to The Dell one week and Fratton Park the next. It was in the days when away fans were not separated from home fans, and they got to know each other and compared opinions on clubs, teams and players. The football authorities, in their wisdom (or lack of) decided that, after crowd trouble at, I believe, Leeds, there should be segregation. This, in my opinion, did not solve the problem, but made it worse. Instead of mingling with away supporters, they were separated, and that is when the chanting began, because the 'enemy' were all in one section. I did use the term, 'In an IDEAL world', but these days football is far from being an ideal world, and we have the Football Authorities to thank for their contribution to this state of affairs. Linesman
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12:07pm Thu 6 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Linesman wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Bungy53 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.
You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling.
As I am fast approaching my 80s, I can remember when Saints were kitted out by Toomers. No names or adverts on their shirts, just numbers.

I also remember that, when Saints were away, Pompey were at home, and many fans went to The Dell one week and Fratton Park the next.

It was in the days when away fans were not separated from home fans, and they got to know each other and compared opinions on clubs, teams and players.

The football authorities, in their wisdom (or lack of) decided that, after crowd trouble at, I believe, Leeds, there should be segregation.

This, in my opinion, did not solve the problem, but made it worse. Instead of mingling with away supporters, they were separated, and that is when the chanting began, because the 'enemy' were all in one section.

I did use the term, 'In an IDEAL world', but these days football is far from being an ideal world, and we have the Football Authorities to thank for their contribution to this state of affairs.
Regretfully, things change over time, many not for the better, there has always been a rivalry between Saints and Pompey, it hasn't always been savoury either, I prefer to stick to the banter, a big believer in the sticks and stones theory. I may dislike Skates, but I wouldn't want to personally hurt one, as that would end up in tears and a jail sentence. If I perceive trouble, I walk away from it, not because I am a coward, it's because of the possible consequences, I am not going to get banged up just because I had to defend myself, better to avoid it altogether, that way I get to follow my team without any real grief. If you want to go the other way, that is your choice, but don't expect sympathy if it all goes horribly wrong, you reap what you sew.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bungy53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.[/p][/quote]You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling.[/p][/quote]As I am fast approaching my 80s, I can remember when Saints were kitted out by Toomers. No names or adverts on their shirts, just numbers. I also remember that, when Saints were away, Pompey were at home, and many fans went to The Dell one week and Fratton Park the next. It was in the days when away fans were not separated from home fans, and they got to know each other and compared opinions on clubs, teams and players. The football authorities, in their wisdom (or lack of) decided that, after crowd trouble at, I believe, Leeds, there should be segregation. This, in my opinion, did not solve the problem, but made it worse. Instead of mingling with away supporters, they were separated, and that is when the chanting began, because the 'enemy' were all in one section. I did use the term, 'In an IDEAL world', but these days football is far from being an ideal world, and we have the Football Authorities to thank for their contribution to this state of affairs.[/p][/quote]Regretfully, things change over time, many not for the better, there has always been a rivalry between Saints and Pompey, it hasn't always been savoury either, I prefer to stick to the banter, a big believer in the sticks and stones theory. I may dislike Skates, but I wouldn't want to personally hurt one, as that would end up in tears and a jail sentence. If I perceive trouble, I walk away from it, not because I am a coward, it's because of the possible consequences, I am not going to get banged up just because I had to defend myself, better to avoid it altogether, that way I get to follow my team without any real grief. If you want to go the other way, that is your choice, but don't expect sympathy if it all goes horribly wrong, you reap what you sew. OSPREYSAINT
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12:46pm Thu 6 Dec 12

Beer Monster says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.
I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?
Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea
I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it) The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless
Agree Sheila.

But you are a reader. A lot of people these days don't read. As I say, just interested in how much interest there would be.

BTW - the petitions - don't know about them, but at the main demo meeting - around 100 people turned up - that was it.

I did say your battle there is biger than ours for our footy club.
I (and 613 others) signed the petition;

http://www.southampt
on.gov.uk/moderngov/
mgEPetitionDisplay.a
spx?ID=18&RPID=5
121510&HPID=5121
510

Fact is, as Halo has pointed out, that politicians rarely act on public opinion unless that opinion is that ferocious to detriment their credibility.

p.s. we're having our works Xmas do on 14/12/12 at http://www.whiskiroo
ms.co.uk/ if anyone wants to join us for celebrations
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.[/p][/quote]I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?[/p][/quote]Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea[/p][/quote]I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it) The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless[/p][/quote]Agree Sheila. But you are a reader. A lot of people these days don't read. As I say, just interested in how much interest there would be. BTW - the petitions - don't know about them, but at the main demo meeting - around 100 people turned up - that was it. I did say your battle there is biger than ours for our footy club.[/p][/quote]I (and 613 others) signed the petition; http://www.southampt on.gov.uk/moderngov/ mgEPetitionDisplay.a spx?ID=18&RPID=5 121510&HPID=5121 510 Fact is, as Halo has pointed out, that politicians rarely act on public opinion unless that opinion is that ferocious to detriment their credibility. p.s. we're having our works Xmas do on 14/12/12 at http://www.whiskiroo ms.co.uk/ if anyone wants to join us for celebrations Beer Monster
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1:46pm Thu 6 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Beer Monster wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
More Glory wrote:
slugger wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID
to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?
err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless
the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .
history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah
history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .
I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate !
Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.
I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?
Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea
I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it) The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless
Agree Sheila. But you are a reader. A lot of people these days don't read. As I say, just interested in how much interest there would be. BTW - the petitions - don't know about them, but at the main demo meeting - around 100 people turned up - that was it. I did say your battle there is biger than ours for our footy club.
I (and 613 others) signed the petition; http://www.southampt on.gov.uk/moderngov/ mgEPetitionDisplay.a spx?ID=18&RPID=5 121510&HPID=5121 510 Fact is, as Halo has pointed out, that politicians rarely act on public opinion unless that opinion is that ferocious to detriment their credibility. p.s. we're having our works Xmas do on 14/12/12 at http://www.whiskiroo ms.co.uk/ if anyone wants to join us for celebrations
Monster.

Fair play for signing it, but seriously 600ish, and you sometimes get 50 times that number for a footy home game. So many people have just got their eye off the ball here - if you excuse my pun.

Politicians for the main part, are just puppets. I bet 75pc of them don't really understand how it really works at the very top level. Sad but true.

Thank for the invite, but I am going to a take-over party that day. An old friend is finally coming home. PUP
[quote][p][bold]Beer Monster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Say what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't believe I just read that! STID[/p][/quote]to be fair , it would of course appeal to a skate .......... what do they have that we would want ?[/p][/quote]err TrophieS fame supportes who don't hold hands. This list is endless[/p][/quote]the list is startless ....... go see a quack , you're looking a bit green .[/p][/quote]history tradition atmosphere I'm sure Sugar that you are looking gorgeous tonight WAhahahahahah[/p][/quote]history ........ yep , you soon will be . tradition ........ ripping of local businesses and charities ....... atmosphere ????? ....... and yes i am looking superb tonight , you can dream about me if you like .[/p][/quote]I predict in 10 years time, children in Portsmouth will come out of their houses sporting their finest deck chair apparel! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]too true mate , they know it and we know it ......... nothing sweeter than a green eyed skate ![/p][/quote]Bernard Matthews is gonna be p1ssed off this year Slug... 'cos we gonna be 'avin Fried Fish for Christmas!! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good thinking Sheila. Those turkey twizzlers just aint good for the body. And fish is great for the brain. And you need to protect that - as the fluoride will be kicking in soon. Seriously Sheila, you will be walking round in your retirement robes, just trying to get one or two sensible conversations out of the Southampton kids in 10 years time. It worries me greatly.[/p][/quote]I have noticed that about your posts Gloria, you do seem somewhat obsessed with the flouride situation, that and Jellicoe of course! Why so?[/p][/quote]Well. The authorities that be, that will be actually (cos they will be disbanding the authority that made the decision) will be putting that sh!te in your water, unless the European court overthrows it, and its poison, and has so many side effects its untrue. I mentioned this quite a few times, but almost all of your posters weren't really bothered - which kind of didn't suprise me. I even said to a few of my buddies - that it would be interesting to try to talk to a wide demographic (ie footy fans come from all walks of life), and see what response I got - and the fact that this would be coming from a skate - would it make more of an impact? Jellicoe - why? really. An admiral from Southampton - gotta be called a skate hasn't he? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH I really like those bits now. cheers for the idea[/p][/quote]I think you are looking on the wrong threads Gloria! On here we just want to talk footie but there have been threads about the flouride issue and I have commented on such. Doesn't mean that no one is interested. There have been petitions and all sorts going on, for me the flouride is a secondary issue (although I don't want it) The real issue is the lack of democracy and choice but that , it seems is symptomatic of this country in general. They know what's best for us and they will decide whether we want it or not! Just like European membership, just like draconian smoking laws, the list is endless[/p][/quote]Agree Sheila. But you are a reader. A lot of people these days don't read. As I say, just interested in how much interest there would be. BTW - the petitions - don't know about them, but at the main demo meeting - around 100 people turned up - that was it. I did say your battle there is biger than ours for our footy club.[/p][/quote]I (and 613 others) signed the petition; http://www.southampt on.gov.uk/moderngov/ mgEPetitionDisplay.a spx?ID=18&RPID=5 121510&HPID=5121 510 Fact is, as Halo has pointed out, that politicians rarely act on public opinion unless that opinion is that ferocious to detriment their credibility. p.s. we're having our works Xmas do on 14/12/12 at http://www.whiskiroo ms.co.uk/ if anyone wants to join us for celebrations[/p][/quote]Monster. Fair play for signing it, but seriously 600ish, and you sometimes get 50 times that number for a footy home game. So many people have just got their eye off the ball here - if you excuse my pun. Politicians for the main part, are just puppets. I bet 75pc of them don't really understand how it really works at the very top level. Sad but true. Thank for the invite, but I am going to a take-over party that day. An old friend is finally coming home. PUP More Glory
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2:36pm Thu 6 Dec 12

batesieboy says...

F Fan wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
F Fan wrote:
Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc.

I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.
To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge.

The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying.

Well played by them nonetheless.
Absolutely, it's a small pond but their fan base is so big they would be a big fish in a big pond too.
But they are not in a big pond, are they? Celtic only have training games for most of the season. Every game is tough in the Prem. Full-on pressure, no relaxing, or you pay. Celtic just have relaxing warm-ups and warm-downs.
[quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Celtic qualify for the Champions League knock out phase, I am reminded of the pig ignorant comments on here in the summer about Celtic. Lunatic stuff such as Hooper coming to a bigger club at Saints etc. I look forward to the day when we can attract 60,000 in the Champions League.[/p][/quote]To be fair...the hoops done well. But let's face facts here..Celtic will always qualify to play champions league due to the fact that they have no domestic opposition whatsoever. It's hardly a challenge. The laws of averages denote they had to qualify to the last 16 after so many years of trying. Well played by them nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Absolutely, it's a small pond but their fan base is so big they would be a big fish in a big pond too.[/p][/quote]But they are not in a big pond, are they? Celtic only have training games for most of the season. Every game is tough in the Prem. Full-on pressure, no relaxing, or you pay. Celtic just have relaxing warm-ups and warm-downs. batesieboy
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4:57pm Fri 7 Dec 12

Linesman says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Bungy53 wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Linesman wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Linesman wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years.

For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season
I agree. I also prefer the championship.

Why?

Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league.

In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams.

Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions.

I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League.

The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot.

Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.
Fcuking right it wouldnt.
Would we be called Southmouth.
8 more sleeps
Come on Tranmere.
This is just one example of what I meant.
So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's
Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club?

I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen.

If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation.

We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.
There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.
You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling.
As I am fast approaching my 80s, I can remember when Saints were kitted out by Toomers. No names or adverts on their shirts, just numbers.

I also remember that, when Saints were away, Pompey were at home, and many fans went to The Dell one week and Fratton Park the next.

It was in the days when away fans were not separated from home fans, and they got to know each other and compared opinions on clubs, teams and players.

The football authorities, in their wisdom (or lack of) decided that, after crowd trouble at, I believe, Leeds, there should be segregation.

This, in my opinion, did not solve the problem, but made it worse. Instead of mingling with away supporters, they were separated, and that is when the chanting began, because the 'enemy' were all in one section.

I did use the term, 'In an IDEAL world', but these days football is far from being an ideal world, and we have the Football Authorities to thank for their contribution to this state of affairs.
Regretfully, things change over time, many not for the better, there has always been a rivalry between Saints and Pompey, it hasn't always been savoury either, I prefer to stick to the banter, a big believer in the sticks and stones theory. I may dislike Skates, but I wouldn't want to personally hurt one, as that would end up in tears and a jail sentence. If I perceive trouble, I walk away from it, not because I am a coward, it's because of the possible consequences, I am not going to get banged up just because I had to defend myself, better to avoid it altogether, that way I get to follow my team without any real grief. If you want to go the other way, that is your choice, but don't expect sympathy if it all goes horribly wrong, you reap what you sew.
Rivalry? Yes!

Rioting? No!

Just a couple of incidents produced crowd segregation, and instead of improving the situation, things have steadily got worse.

Before segregation, if there was fighting, it was usually between themselves, and not involving opposing fans. It usually started in the local pub, and continued on the terraces.

With segregation, as I have said, the opposition is easily identified, and away fans are usually let out after the home fans, giving the home fans time to prepare an ambush.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bungy53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I see where your coming from sistermum especially as we are within 1 win from about 2/3 other teams and not even bottom of the league quite clearly punching above our weight. I'm sure you've really enjoy the last 3 years. For the record I actually prefer the championship myself as its much easier to get tickets and most away games are cheaper but I would not want to see us back there as its important for the club to be playing in the best league in the world especially with the money coming in to it next season[/p][/quote]I agree. I also prefer the championship. Why? Because there is always the hope at the beginning of the season that you can be top of the league. In the Premier League you know that the champions will inevitably be one of about four teams. Success is to end the season in the top half, but invariably, your eyes are firmly focused on the relegation positions. I would far rather watch a winning run in the championship than a losing run in the Premier League. The ideal would be an amalgamation of both Southampon FC and Portsmouth FC, playing in a 60,000 seater stadium in the Solent region. Then there would be the prospect of a Premier League team that could challenge for top spot. Unfortunately, although it would make economic and footballing sense, the supporters of both clubs are so bigotted that they would not see the sense and it would never happen.[/p][/quote]Fcuking right it wouldnt. Would we be called Southmouth. 8 more sleeps Come on Tranmere.[/p][/quote]This is just one example of what I meant.[/p][/quote]So because I only support one club I am a biggot,I find that very insulting as you obviously have NO idea what it is that I and thousands of others feel for Southampton the high's and the low's[/p][/quote]Bigot n Person who is intolerant, especially regarding religion, politics or race - and what about football team/club? I fully understand that you, and thousands of other Southampton and Portsmouth supporters would not support such a move, and it is most unlikely that it would happen. If you read what I said, I used the word 'IDEAL'. The IDEAL would be an amalgamation. We do not live in an Ideal world, and although the theory may be ideal, the mix of fans would not. Both would rather dream of being Champions of the Premier League and Champions of Europe, rather than allow something to happen that could possibly make that dream come true.[/p][/quote]There would be as much chance of an amalgamated Solent football club as there would of Poopy actually getting a full Farton Park.[/p][/quote]You obviously understand what I wrote, but were so childish that you had trouble with your spelling.[/p][/quote]As I am fast approaching my 80s, I can remember when Saints were kitted out by Toomers. No names or adverts on their shirts, just numbers. I also remember that, when Saints were away, Pompey were at home, and many fans went to The Dell one week and Fratton Park the next. It was in the days when away fans were not separated from home fans, and they got to know each other and compared opinions on clubs, teams and players. The football authorities, in their wisdom (or lack of) decided that, after crowd trouble at, I believe, Leeds, there should be segregation. This, in my opinion, did not solve the problem, but made it worse. Instead of mingling with away supporters, they were separated, and that is when the chanting began, because the 'enemy' were all in one section. I did use the term, 'In an IDEAL world', but these days football is far from being an ideal world, and we have the Football Authorities to thank for their contribution to this state of affairs.[/p][/quote]Regretfully, things change over time, many not for the better, there has always been a rivalry between Saints and Pompey, it hasn't always been savoury either, I prefer to stick to the banter, a big believer in the sticks and stones theory. I may dislike Skates, but I wouldn't want to personally hurt one, as that would end up in tears and a jail sentence. If I perceive trouble, I walk away from it, not because I am a coward, it's because of the possible consequences, I am not going to get banged up just because I had to defend myself, better to avoid it altogether, that way I get to follow my team without any real grief. If you want to go the other way, that is your choice, but don't expect sympathy if it all goes horribly wrong, you reap what you sew.[/p][/quote]Rivalry? Yes! Rioting? No! Just a couple of incidents produced crowd segregation, and instead of improving the situation, things have steadily got worse. Before segregation, if there was fighting, it was usually between themselves, and not involving opposing fans. It usually started in the local pub, and continued on the terraces. With segregation, as I have said, the opposition is easily identified, and away fans are usually let out after the home fans, giving the home fans time to prepare an ambush. Linesman
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