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    Saintjock wrote:
    saintlysoul wrote:
    Osprey, dear boy, I don't need the Samaritans. I wasn't at Fratton Park either. I was in the real world at Stoke watching Southampton throw away yet another game. That's all. Not even the prospect of Saints being thrashed by the Gunners on New Year's Day leads me to want to access help via the Samaritans. I accept the plight Southampton are in unlike you. I am resolved to watching Championship football next season - you?
    Saintly. Not long back myself from Stoke myself. Not convinced you were there. Two very simple questions to prove me wrong. What was the half time entertainment? What did Walters do when Shaw was injured second half?
    Jock - at half time there was a shooting competition requiring someone to kick a ball through a hole in a board that was erected in the goal at the Saints end. I'm not sure what you mean about Shaw he went down in the corner at the Stoke end and the crowd went mad because of time wasting so he was taken off the pitch by the physio. Before the game and at half time there was a tribute on the screen to those players, fans and friends who had died this year!"
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Adkins hails "fantastic point"

Nigel Adkins at Stoke today.

Nigel Adkins at Stoke today.

First published in Sport

Nigel Adkins hailed Saints’ draw at Stoke as “a fantastic point.”

The boss was delighted with a 3-3 draw at the Britannia Stadium despite seeing his side lose a 3-1 lead against ten men.

He said: “It’s a fantastic point away from home.

“You look at Stoke and the Britannia Stadium and they had only conceded three goals at home this season and we’ve scored three and could have scored more.

“It’s always a difficult place to come to, our supporters were great and first half it was only us you could hear because our game management was spot on.

“We came away from home and changed a few of the players around because we knew we’d have to deal with an aerial bombardment that would probably come and the players have been top drawer. We scored some really good goals.”

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