Adkins: I made right call to drop Kelvin

Nigel Adkins defended his decision to drop Kelvin Davis once again and recall Artur Boruc.

The Polish stopper looked nervy on his return to the team at St Mary’s and fumbled a couple of early crosses after replacing the club captain.

It was the fifth time in just 20 Premier League games this season that Adkins has changed his number one, and it wasn’t a popular decision with some supporters.

However, he was adamant he made the call for the right reasons.

“These are the decisions you’ve got to go and make as a manager,” he reflected.

“Artur has obviously had a bit of a shaky start to the game but he’s gathered his composure and you know that’s what you’re going to get when you’ve got experienced goalkeepers in there.

“He’s been very impressive in training, his attitude has been outstanding so I’ve given him the opportunity.

“Kelvin everyone knows how much I like him, he’s top drawer.”

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9:20pm Tue 1 Jan 13

northernsaint70 says...

Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's northernsaint70

9:25pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Nicole23 says...

I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.
I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference. Nicole23

9:32pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Jameski says...

Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on.
Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on. Jameski

9:42pm Tue 1 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

After the first fumbling fifteen minutes he did what he had to do, his distribution wasn't all that good at times, the defence kept the chances down, so he wasn't really tested, nothing that a few games and more work on his personal fitness will improve, and he might make the mark until we get someone better.
After the first fumbling fifteen minutes he did what he had to do, his distribution wasn't all that good at times, the defence kept the chances down, so he wasn't really tested, nothing that a few games and more work on his personal fitness will improve, and he might make the mark until we get someone better. OSPREYSAINT

9:42pm Tue 1 Jan 13

jammo1974 says...

Jameski wrote:
Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on.
WHAT the guy is a clown, don't get me wrong I support anyone in a saints shirt but if we put all three of them in goal we'd struggle to keep a clean sheet! And what's with the stupid little jump before he takes a kick!!!
[quote][p][bold]Jameski[/bold] wrote: Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on.[/p][/quote]WHAT the guy is a clown, don't get me wrong I support anyone in a saints shirt but if we put all three of them in goal we'd struggle to keep a clean sheet! And what's with the stupid little jump before he takes a kick!!! jammo1974

10:04pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Although I often disagree with him, even Lawro on BBC website says we need a safe pair of hands.
Although I often disagree with him, even Lawro on BBC website says we need a safe pair of hands. Norwegian Saint

10:06pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Jameski says...

jammo1974 wrote:
Jameski wrote:
Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on.
WHAT the guy is a clown, don't get me wrong I support anyone in a saints shirt but if we put all three of them in goal we'd struggle to keep a clean sheet! And what's with the stupid little jump before he takes a kick!!!
He will prove himself as a good keeper for us, let him have a few games with support and see how you feel. He has already proved himself around the world as a top class keeper and he is almost back at full fitness.
[quote][p][bold]jammo1974[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jameski[/bold] wrote: Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on.[/p][/quote]WHAT the guy is a clown, don't get me wrong I support anyone in a saints shirt but if we put all three of them in goal we'd struggle to keep a clean sheet! And what's with the stupid little jump before he takes a kick!!![/p][/quote]He will prove himself as a good keeper for us, let him have a few games with support and see how you feel. He has already proved himself around the world as a top class keeper and he is almost back at full fitness. Jameski

10:08pm Tue 1 Jan 13

westendsaint says...

Nicole23 wrote:
I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.
You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !!
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.[/p][/quote]You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !! westendsaint

10:39pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Night Rider says...

And why play Lambert for 90 minutes if he can't score! Adkins should learn to substitute his strikers if the fail to score in 70 minites of the game! This will creat competition for the strikers to work harder to maintain their place in the team! I believe MAYUKA can also be tried upfron as he's a good scorer...
And why play Lambert for 90 minutes if he can't score! Adkins should learn to substitute his strikers if the fail to score in 70 minites of the game! This will creat competition for the strikers to work harder to maintain their place in the team! I believe MAYUKA can also be tried upfron as he's a good scorer... Night Rider

11:29pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

northernsaint70 wrote:
Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
We've already bought two keepers for the future.
[quote][p][bold]northernsaint70[/bold] wrote: Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's[/p][/quote]We've already bought two keepers for the future. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

11:32pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Just another reader says...

Night Rider wrote:
And why play Lambert for 90 minutes if he can't score! Adkins should learn to substitute his strikers if the fail to score in 70 minites of the game! This will creat competition for the strikers to work harder to maintain their place in the team! I believe MAYUKA can also be tried upfron as he's a good scorer...
Lambert came off about 75 mins. He'd done well upfront to hold the ball up for others and created chances. It's a team game after all!
[quote][p][bold]Night Rider[/bold] wrote: And why play Lambert for 90 minutes if he can't score! Adkins should learn to substitute his strikers if the fail to score in 70 minites of the game! This will creat competition for the strikers to work harder to maintain their place in the team! I believe MAYUKA can also be tried upfron as he's a good scorer...[/p][/quote]Lambert came off about 75 mins. He'd done well upfront to hold the ball up for others and created chances. It's a team game after all! Just another reader

11:53pm Tue 1 Jan 13

RedArmy1 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
northernsaint70 wrote:
Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
We've already bought two keepers for the future.
Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin.

Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League.

Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on.

IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE.

COYR
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]northernsaint70[/bold] wrote: Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's[/p][/quote]We've already bought two keepers for the future.[/p][/quote]Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin. Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League. Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on. IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE. COYR RedArmy1

9:00am Wed 2 Jan 13

townieboy says...

Boruc was lucky to say the least. Forget his first 10 mins. His kicking was a joke all night i thought. Still looks like he just came out the pub to play football to me. Another problem is the football boots Saints wear. Have they any studs in them ???? Not only could have cost us a goal there responsible of missing a few chances also.
Boruc was lucky to say the least. Forget his first 10 mins. His kicking was a joke all night i thought. Still looks like he just came out the pub to play football to me. Another problem is the football boots Saints wear. Have they any studs in them ???? Not only could have cost us a goal there responsible of missing a few chances also. townieboy

9:22am Wed 2 Jan 13

lowemustgo says...

Great game and we should have won -Gaston's goal being disallowed was very harsh and the ref should have consulted the lino.
Boruc was dodgy and some of his 'distribution' went into touch! He's not the answer.
I hear Iker Casillas is out of favour at Real Madrid!!!
Great game and we should have won -Gaston's goal being disallowed was very harsh and the ref should have consulted the lino. Boruc was dodgy and some of his 'distribution' went into touch! He's not the answer. I hear Iker Casillas is out of favour at Real Madrid!!! lowemustgo

9:45am Wed 2 Jan 13

BowesSaint says...

Nicole23 wrote:
I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.
Absolutely spot on. Nervy start, and need to be convinced by his shot stopping but his distribution, both long and short, seemed assured. I live in North London and strangely my many gooner mates have not been texting me like they were after the Emirates !
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.[/p][/quote]Absolutely spot on. Nervy start, and need to be convinced by his shot stopping but his distribution, both long and short, seemed assured. I live in North London and strangely my many gooner mates have not been texting me like they were after the Emirates ! BowesSaint

9:45am Wed 2 Jan 13

Rank Xerox says...

My first post.

Why does Steevee get booed when he comes on?
My first post. Why does Steevee get booed when he comes on? Rank Xerox

9:56am Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

Because everyone shouts "Steeeeeeeeeeeve" in as low a voice as they can muster. Sounds very much like a boo. Same for Luuuuuuuuuuke Shaw.
Because everyone shouts "Steeeeeeeeeeeve" in as low a voice as they can muster. Sounds very much like a boo. Same for Luuuuuuuuuuke Shaw. Velleity

10:03am Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

THIRTEEN
THIRTEEN Seedhouse the Unrepentant

10:04am Wed 2 Jan 13

Confucious says...

After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture.

Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open.

Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.
After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture. Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open. Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation. Confucious

10:10am Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Confucious wrote:
After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture.

Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open.

Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.
What did you think about Oxo's arse?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture. Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open. Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.[/p][/quote]What did you think about Oxo's arse? Seedhouse the Unrepentant

10:13am Wed 2 Jan 13

Just A Voice says...

Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.
Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer. Just A Voice

10:22am Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
northernsaint70 wrote:
Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
We've already bought two keepers for the future.
Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin.

Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League.

Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on.

IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE.

COYR
No he wasn't, Boruc's fumbles were worse than any thing I've seen Kelv do this season. Gazza the same. Kelv is the best of what we currently have available. Totally agree it's time to buy a proper one though.
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]northernsaint70[/bold] wrote: Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's[/p][/quote]We've already bought two keepers for the future.[/p][/quote]Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin. Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League. Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on. IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE. COYR[/p][/quote]No he wasn't, Boruc's fumbles were worse than any thing I've seen Kelv do this season. Gazza the same. Kelv is the best of what we currently have available. Totally agree it's time to buy a proper one though. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

10:30am Wed 2 Jan 13

boilerman says...

Good performance last night, we didn't let Arsenal play after the first 10 minutes. Shame about their goal, but again we give away too many silly free kicks in dangerous positions.
As some one else said what is it with the boots they use, players always seem to be slipping up.
It might just be me but the players on both teams who had on those yellowy orange boots seemed to be slipping the most. What were they a new design from the manufacturers ?
If I was the manager i would be really hacked off about this as it costs us goals and scoring chances.
Get studs in your boots for gods sake.
Good performance last night, we didn't let Arsenal play after the first 10 minutes. Shame about their goal, but again we give away too many silly free kicks in dangerous positions. As some one else said what is it with the boots they use, players always seem to be slipping up. It might just be me but the players on both teams who had on those yellowy orange boots seemed to be slipping the most. What were they a new design from the manufacturers ? If I was the manager i would be really hacked off about this as it costs us goals and scoring chances. Get studs in your boots for gods sake. boilerman

10:32am Wed 2 Jan 13

BowesSaint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Confucious wrote:
After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture.

Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open.

Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.
What did you think about Oxo's arse?
Fixated on a bloke's arse?
I think you may need a different kind of forum...
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture. Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open. Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.[/p][/quote]What did you think about Oxo's arse?[/p][/quote]Fixated on a bloke's arse? I think you may need a different kind of forum... BowesSaint

10:33am Wed 2 Jan 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Just A Voice wrote:
Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.
Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall
[quote][p][bold]Just A Voice[/bold] wrote: Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.[/p][/quote]Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall Folkestone Saint

10:41am Wed 2 Jan 13

Folkestone Saint says...

boilerman wrote:
Good performance last night, we didn't let Arsenal play after the first 10 minutes. Shame about their goal, but again we give away too many silly free kicks in dangerous positions.
As some one else said what is it with the boots they use, players always seem to be slipping up.
It might just be me but the players on both teams who had on those yellowy orange boots seemed to be slipping the most. What were they a new design from the manufacturers ?
If I was the manager i would be really hacked off about this as it costs us goals and scoring chances.
Get studs in your boots for gods sake.
I thought the were playing in Dunlop Greenflash pump's, I didn't go to the game so have to ask did they water it as per usual?
[quote][p][bold]boilerman[/bold] wrote: Good performance last night, we didn't let Arsenal play after the first 10 minutes. Shame about their goal, but again we give away too many silly free kicks in dangerous positions. As some one else said what is it with the boots they use, players always seem to be slipping up. It might just be me but the players on both teams who had on those yellowy orange boots seemed to be slipping the most. What were they a new design from the manufacturers ? If I was the manager i would be really hacked off about this as it costs us goals and scoring chances. Get studs in your boots for gods sake.[/p][/quote]I thought the were playing in Dunlop Greenflash pump's, I didn't go to the game so have to ask did they water it as per usual? Folkestone Saint

10:41am Wed 2 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Just A Voice wrote:
Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.
Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall
Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season.
Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too.
I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again.
Though Butland may be banging on the door.
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just A Voice[/bold] wrote: Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.[/p][/quote]Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall[/p][/quote]Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season. Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too. I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again. Though Butland may be banging on the door. SaintMax

10:43am Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

BowesSaint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Confucious wrote:
After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture.

Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open.

Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.
What did you think about Oxo's arse?
Fixated on a bloke's arse?
I think you may need a different kind of forum...
Which one do you recommend?
[quote][p][bold]BowesSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture. Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open. Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.[/p][/quote]What did you think about Oxo's arse?[/p][/quote]Fixated on a bloke's arse? I think you may need a different kind of forum...[/p][/quote]Which one do you recommend? Seedhouse the Unrepentant

10:46am Wed 2 Jan 13

redsnapper says...

That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow.

Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland.
That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow. Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland. redsnapper

10:49am Wed 2 Jan 13

RedArmy1 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
northernsaint70 wrote:
Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
We've already bought two keepers for the future.
Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin.

Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League.

Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on.

IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE.

COYR
No he wasn't, Boruc's fumbles were worse than any thing I've seen Kelv do this season. Gazza the same. Kelv is the best of what we currently have available. Totally agree it's time to buy a proper one though.
None of the Keepers on present showing are good enough for this League.

They have cost us valuable points where we should be higher up the League with Wet Spam.

Regarding the Cup - the Players do well when playing regularly - so I would put out a strong side. A morale boosting WIN would give the whole Club a lift.

That said - whose UP for VILLA AWAY and getting the WIN ....??

I was disappointed with FULHAM AWAY (apart from Kelvins Howler) that with the Tube Strike all the Saints Supporters had to go by road and that spoiled the pre-match pubs and drinking and build up to getting to the Stadium.

Artur Borac did not look that good early on in the game yesterday - but for me the jury is out - he is very calm.

There are multi millions involved with staying in the Premer League and to invest even 10 million has gotta be worth it.

This is an area we cannot skimp on. it reminds me of Wenger all those years ago when he would not invest in Quality and it cost him and the Club.

Watched the Arsenal Keeper yesterday and how the goal keeping coach drilled him yesterday and the intensity of it all - and then despaired to see how we do it.

WE ARE A GOOD SIDE.

LET'S INVEST AND SHOW THE WORLD .....

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. COYR.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]northernsaint70[/bold] wrote: Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's[/p][/quote]We've already bought two keepers for the future.[/p][/quote]Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin. Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League. Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on. IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE. COYR[/p][/quote]No he wasn't, Boruc's fumbles were worse than any thing I've seen Kelv do this season. Gazza the same. Kelv is the best of what we currently have available. Totally agree it's time to buy a proper one though.[/p][/quote]None of the Keepers on present showing are good enough for this League. They have cost us valuable points where we should be higher up the League with Wet Spam. Regarding the Cup - the Players do well when playing regularly - so I would put out a strong side. A morale boosting WIN would give the whole Club a lift. That said - whose UP for VILLA AWAY and getting the WIN ....?? I was disappointed with FULHAM AWAY (apart from Kelvins Howler) that with the Tube Strike all the Saints Supporters had to go by road and that spoiled the pre-match pubs and drinking and build up to getting to the Stadium. Artur Borac did not look that good early on in the game yesterday - but for me the jury is out - he is very calm. There are multi millions involved with staying in the Premer League and to invest even 10 million has gotta be worth it. This is an area we cannot skimp on. it reminds me of Wenger all those years ago when he would not invest in Quality and it cost him and the Club. Watched the Arsenal Keeper yesterday and how the goal keeping coach drilled him yesterday and the intensity of it all - and then despaired to see how we do it. WE ARE A GOOD SIDE. LET'S INVEST AND SHOW THE WORLD ..... WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. COYR. RedArmy1

10:56am Wed 2 Jan 13

Tirau Dan says...

Anyone had the hours at training that Nigel has had?

Shut up and let the manager do his job.

The press were tweeting negative comments before the game and do it to sell copy.. The guys do write some good stuff but no need to wind up the wums...

For Ted Bates Sakes SMILE.. we are in good hands. COYR
Anyone had the hours at training that Nigel has had? Shut up and let the manager do his job. The press were tweeting negative comments before the game and do it to sell copy.. The guys do write some good stuff but no need to wind up the wums... For Ted Bates Sakes SMILE.. we are in good hands. COYR Tirau Dan

10:58am Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice. kent141

10:58am Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
northernsaint70 wrote:
Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
We've already bought two keepers for the future.
Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin.

Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League.

Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on.

IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE.

COYR
No he wasn't, Boruc's fumbles were worse than any thing I've seen Kelv do this season. Gazza the same. Kelv is the best of what we currently have available. Totally agree it's time to buy a proper one though.
None of the Keepers on present showing are good enough for this League.

They have cost us valuable points where we should be higher up the League with Wet Spam.

Regarding the Cup - the Players do well when playing regularly - so I would put out a strong side. A morale boosting WIN would give the whole Club a lift.

That said - whose UP for VILLA AWAY and getting the WIN ....??

I was disappointed with FULHAM AWAY (apart from Kelvins Howler) that with the Tube Strike all the Saints Supporters had to go by road and that spoiled the pre-match pubs and drinking and build up to getting to the Stadium.

Artur Borac did not look that good early on in the game yesterday - but for me the jury is out - he is very calm.

There are multi millions involved with staying in the Premer League and to invest even 10 million has gotta be worth it.

This is an area we cannot skimp on. it reminds me of Wenger all those years ago when he would not invest in Quality and it cost him and the Club.

Watched the Arsenal Keeper yesterday and how the goal keeping coach drilled him yesterday and the intensity of it all - and then despaired to see how we do it.

WE ARE A GOOD SIDE.

LET'S INVEST AND SHOW THE WORLD .....

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. COYR.
We used to have one of the best goal keeping coaches.

Don't think we have held back on signings but not every target wants to come here, or has awanker for an agent, or the club don't want to sell and set a high price.

I hope to make Villa, definately going to Wigan.
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]northernsaint70[/bold] wrote: Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's[/p][/quote]We've already bought two keepers for the future.[/p][/quote]Yeah - NIGEL was right to drop Kelvin. Great servant but not good enough to keep Saints in Premier League. Boruc was nervy but he settled and at least when there was a shot in the 70th minute he held on to it. His distribution improved as the game went on. IF WE GET A TOP KEEPER IN JANUARY - IT WILL NOT BE MONEY WASTED AND WILL HELP TO MOVE US UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE. COYR[/p][/quote]No he wasn't, Boruc's fumbles were worse than any thing I've seen Kelv do this season. Gazza the same. Kelv is the best of what we currently have available. Totally agree it's time to buy a proper one though.[/p][/quote]None of the Keepers on present showing are good enough for this League. They have cost us valuable points where we should be higher up the League with Wet Spam. Regarding the Cup - the Players do well when playing regularly - so I would put out a strong side. A morale boosting WIN would give the whole Club a lift. That said - whose UP for VILLA AWAY and getting the WIN ....?? I was disappointed with FULHAM AWAY (apart from Kelvins Howler) that with the Tube Strike all the Saints Supporters had to go by road and that spoiled the pre-match pubs and drinking and build up to getting to the Stadium. Artur Borac did not look that good early on in the game yesterday - but for me the jury is out - he is very calm. There are multi millions involved with staying in the Premer League and to invest even 10 million has gotta be worth it. This is an area we cannot skimp on. it reminds me of Wenger all those years ago when he would not invest in Quality and it cost him and the Club. Watched the Arsenal Keeper yesterday and how the goal keeping coach drilled him yesterday and the intensity of it all - and then despaired to see how we do it. WE ARE A GOOD SIDE. LET'S INVEST AND SHOW THE WORLD ..... WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. COYR.[/p][/quote]We used to have one of the best goal keeping coaches. Don't think we have held back on signings but not every target wants to come here, or has awanker for an agent, or the club don't want to sell and set a high price. I hope to make Villa, definately going to Wigan. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

11:02am Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.[/p][/quote]You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen! Seedhouse the Unrepentant

11:06am Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen!
Oh really , what time were you in there till Billy ?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.[/p][/quote]You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen![/p][/quote]Oh really , what time were you in there till Billy ? kent141

11:09am Wed 2 Jan 13

Confucious says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Confucious wrote:
After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture.

Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open.

Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.
What did you think about Oxo's arse?
To be honest, Luke kept him so quiet I barely noticed. But my wife, who regularly chats to the woman next to her, had quite a long "women's" discussion about whether his shorts were made from an old pair of curtains or a parachute.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: After the best day of the year so far for most of us, spare a thought for our resident WUMs and doomsters. They must have woken up this morning to find the bird singing outside the window was a vulture. Good to see Theo and Oxo applaud Saints fans at the end last night - and the warm reception they received. That was a credit to the club - and a great advertisement for our academy which will be shining even brighter when the new infrastructure facilities open. Once again the support last night was great - evidence again that after the tough years we went through, these are good times. Of course there's anxiety about keeping our place in the Prem, but the fear and dread we once all felt for the club's future has now been replaced by optimism and eager anticipation.[/p][/quote]What did you think about Oxo's arse?[/p][/quote]To be honest, Luke kept him so quiet I barely noticed. But my wife, who regularly chats to the woman next to her, had quite a long "women's" discussion about whether his shorts were made from an old pair of curtains or a parachute. Confucious

11:09am Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

westendsaint wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.
You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !!
No his throw outs at times were top draw, he has the capacity to turn defence into attack once he is settled and for our passing team when they keep the ball on the ground is a good thing..
[quote][p][bold]westendsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.[/p][/quote]You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !![/p][/quote]No his throw outs at times were top draw, he has the capacity to turn defence into attack once he is settled and for our passing team when they keep the ball on the ground is a good thing.. warrens 76

11:14am Wed 2 Jan 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

redsnapper wrote:
That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow.

Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland.
Ramires's disallowed goal was a rubbish decision.
He turned the defender who already had his hand on him as he turned.
The ref relied only on the linesmans decision.
Cost us 2 points.

Boruc caught everything in the warm- up he kicked everything well, too.
He must had a bang on the head in the dressing room before he came out for the game because his handling and kicking was appalling.

I'm glad the Arsenal team that beat Newcastle 7-3 didn't turn up, cos the keeper only had to save 1 reasonable shot.
OH! how we need a good keeper.
Pehaps Butland is the answer.

COYR.
[quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow. Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland.[/p][/quote]Ramires's disallowed goal was a rubbish decision. He turned the defender who already had his hand on him as he turned. The ref relied only on the linesmans decision. Cost us 2 points. Boruc caught everything in the warm- up he kicked everything well, too. He must had a bang on the head in the dressing room before he came out for the game because his handling and kicking was appalling. I'm glad the Arsenal team that beat Newcastle 7-3 didn't turn up, cos the keeper only had to save 1 reasonable shot. OH! how we need a good keeper. Pehaps Butland is the answer. COYR. SFCOLDBOY

11:15am Wed 2 Jan 13

ToastyTea says...

jammo1974 wrote:
Jameski wrote: Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on.
WHAT the guy is a clown, don't get me wrong I support anyone in a saints shirt but if we put all three of them in goal we'd struggle to keep a clean sheet! And what's with the stupid little jump before he takes a kick!!!
that little skip jump thing he did was well funny. Kelvin messed up last game so had to lose his place.
Boruc was very shaky to start but was alright in the end...although he wasnt really tested.
I like Boruc though he's interesting character.
[quote][p][bold]jammo1974[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jameski[/bold] wrote: Boruc is a much better keeper than kelvin and Nigel knows it. He should be our number 1 from now on.[/p][/quote]WHAT the guy is a clown, don't get me wrong I support anyone in a saints shirt but if we put all three of them in goal we'd struggle to keep a clean sheet! And what's with the stupid little jump before he takes a kick!!![/p][/quote]that little skip jump thing he did was well funny. Kelvin messed up last game so had to lose his place. Boruc was very shaky to start but was alright in the end...although he wasnt really tested. I like Boruc though he's interesting character. ToastyTea

11:15am Wed 2 Jan 13

hedge end bob says...

I will support him when he pulls on the shirt/jumper, but at the moment he's got jelly fingers.Cant see the touch lines when kicking the ball from goal and looks as fit as a sea lion on the beach!!. I have seen all three attempts at goalkeeping so far and IMO has not improved from day one.
We do need another goalie and i dont think someone like Butand is the answer. I would like to see someone like Brad Friedle or Shay Given come in for this season and next. This would give our other two young keepers time to develope under their guidence .It's strange to be in this goalkeeping dilema, in the past this was the one position where we were usally sound.

Great game last night and unlucky not to take all three points. I went home and watched the game again and could not see much wrong with Rambo's second goal. Yoshida was kick up the painfull area from behind which should of been a penalty. Guly had to go for the ball from Theo's free kick or a certain goal would of been scored by the Arse player. Thought Boruc could have positioned himself better for the kick. Can not understand why some fans keep having a go at Guly , that guy gave our club110% in the last two games.
I think it was there for all to see just how far we have improved as a team since the start of the season. Everybody including Nigel has learnt from their mistakes at the begining and deserves a pat on the back for that.

So Nicola if you want yours and our dreams to come true, get the cheque book out and get down to the shops and buy that mink coat and not the cheap imatation.

STID....Poopey nearly dead already buried.
I will support him when he pulls on the shirt/jumper, but at the moment he's got jelly fingers.Cant see the touch lines when kicking the ball from goal and looks as fit as a sea lion on the beach!!. I have seen all three attempts at goalkeeping so far and IMO has not improved from day one. We do need another goalie and i dont think someone like Butand is the answer. I would like to see someone like Brad Friedle or Shay Given come in for this season and next. This would give our other two young keepers time to develope under their guidence .It's strange to be in this goalkeeping dilema, in the past this was the one position where we were usally sound. Great game last night and unlucky not to take all three points. I went home and watched the game again and could not see much wrong with Rambo's second goal. Yoshida was kick up the painfull area from behind which should of been a penalty. Guly had to go for the ball from Theo's free kick or a certain goal would of been scored by the Arse player. Thought Boruc could have positioned himself better for the kick. Can not understand why some fans keep having a go at Guly , that guy gave our club110% in the last two games. I think it was there for all to see just how far we have improved as a team since the start of the season. Everybody including Nigel has learnt from their mistakes at the begining and deserves a pat on the back for that. So Nicola if you want yours and our dreams to come true, get the cheque book out and get down to the shops and buy that mink coat and not the cheap imatation. STID....Poopey nearly dead already buried. hedge end bob

11:18am Wed 2 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Velleity wrote:
Because everyone shouts "Steeeeeeeeeeev
e" in as low a voice as they can muster. Sounds very much like a boo. Same for Luuuuuuuuuuke Shaw.
... and goooooooooly, which makes it sound like a boo when it clearly ain't!
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Because everyone shouts "Steeeeeeeeeeev e" in as low a voice as they can muster. Sounds very much like a boo. Same for Luuuuuuuuuuke Shaw.[/p][/quote]... and goooooooooly, which makes it sound like a boo when it clearly ain't! OSPREYSAINT

11:18am Wed 2 Jan 13

redsnapper says...

warrens 76 wrote:
westendsaint wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.
You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !!
No his throw outs at times were top draw, he has the capacity to turn defence into attack once he is settled and for our passing team when they keep the ball on the ground is a good thing..
Agree . Throw outs were excellent.

Nerves are totally understandable as the GK position has been chopped and changed all season.. a better choice than KD who has done his bit for SFC but is not equipped for the Prem.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]westendsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.[/p][/quote]You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !![/p][/quote]No his throw outs at times were top draw, he has the capacity to turn defence into attack once he is settled and for our passing team when they keep the ball on the ground is a good thing..[/p][/quote]Agree . Throw outs were excellent. Nerves are totally understandable as the GK position has been chopped and changed all season.. a better choice than KD who has done his bit for SFC but is not equipped for the Prem. redsnapper

11:21am Wed 2 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

hedge end bob wrote:
I will support him when he pulls on the shirt/jumper, but at the moment he's got jelly fingers.Cant see the touch lines when kicking the ball from goal and looks as fit as a sea lion on the beach!!. I have seen all three attempts at goalkeeping so far and IMO has not improved from day one.
We do need another goalie and i dont think someone like Butand is the answer. I would like to see someone like Brad Friedle or Shay Given come in for this season and next. This would give our other two young keepers time to develope under their guidence .It's strange to be in this goalkeeping dilema, in the past this was the one position where we were usally sound.

Great game last night and unlucky not to take all three points. I went home and watched the game again and could not see much wrong with Rambo's second goal. Yoshida was kick up the painfull area from behind which should of been a penalty. Guly had to go for the ball from Theo's free kick or a certain goal would of been scored by the Arse player. Thought Boruc could have positioned himself better for the kick. Can not understand why some fans keep having a go at Guly , that guy gave our club110% in the last two games.
I think it was there for all to see just how far we have improved as a team since the start of the season. Everybody including Nigel has learnt from their mistakes at the begining and deserves a pat on the back for that.

So Nicola if you want yours and our dreams to come true, get the cheque book out and get down to the shops and buy that mink coat and not the cheap imatation.

STID....Poopey nearly dead already buried.
Oddly enough Butland made one rickett yesterday and they lost 0 1!
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: I will support him when he pulls on the shirt/jumper, but at the moment he's got jelly fingers.Cant see the touch lines when kicking the ball from goal and looks as fit as a sea lion on the beach!!. I have seen all three attempts at goalkeeping so far and IMO has not improved from day one. We do need another goalie and i dont think someone like Butand is the answer. I would like to see someone like Brad Friedle or Shay Given come in for this season and next. This would give our other two young keepers time to develope under their guidence .It's strange to be in this goalkeeping dilema, in the past this was the one position where we were usally sound. Great game last night and unlucky not to take all three points. I went home and watched the game again and could not see much wrong with Rambo's second goal. Yoshida was kick up the painfull area from behind which should of been a penalty. Guly had to go for the ball from Theo's free kick or a certain goal would of been scored by the Arse player. Thought Boruc could have positioned himself better for the kick. Can not understand why some fans keep having a go at Guly , that guy gave our club110% in the last two games. I think it was there for all to see just how far we have improved as a team since the start of the season. Everybody including Nigel has learnt from their mistakes at the begining and deserves a pat on the back for that. So Nicola if you want yours and our dreams to come true, get the cheque book out and get down to the shops and buy that mink coat and not the cheap imatation. STID....Poopey nearly dead already buried.[/p][/quote]Oddly enough Butland made one rickett yesterday and they lost 0 1! OSPREYSAINT

11:23am Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen!
Oh really , what time were you in there till Billy ?
It looks like my question was too hard for Billy to understand...he is now reporting me for making him look stupid as usual .
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.[/p][/quote]You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen![/p][/quote]Oh really , what time were you in there till Billy ?[/p][/quote]It looks like my question was too hard for Billy to understand...he is now reporting me for making him look stupid as usual . kent141

11:44am Wed 2 Jan 13

up saints says...

to say boruc was nervous is a understatement.sign a goalkeeper before the villa match or bring back gazza
to say boruc was nervous is a understatement.sign a goalkeeper before the villa match or bring back gazza up saints

11:48am Wed 2 Jan 13

Winsaint says...

Whatching Borruc yesterday was a mixture of emotions yes he was nervous at the start but as previous posters have said that it was encouraging to see the keeper roll the ball into midfield to turn defence into attack. I have seen most games this season and we haveoften been subject to roll the ball to full back a pasing sequence across the back four then back to keeper to go long! i know which i would rather see. Is Borruc the answer probbably not but unless he has a run inthe team we will never know but i do know when at Celtic he was regarded as one of the best keepers in Europe so why not give him a go and see what happens. Havingseen Gazza against Norwich and Kelvin against Fulham we have nothing to lose giving him a run of games.
Whatching Borruc yesterday was a mixture of emotions yes he was nervous at the start but as previous posters have said that it was encouraging to see the keeper roll the ball into midfield to turn defence into attack. I have seen most games this season and we haveoften been subject to roll the ball to full back a pasing sequence across the back four then back to keeper to go long! i know which i would rather see. Is Borruc the answer probbably not but unless he has a run inthe team we will never know but i do know when at Celtic he was regarded as one of the best keepers in Europe so why not give him a go and see what happens. Havingseen Gazza against Norwich and Kelvin against Fulham we have nothing to lose giving him a run of games. Winsaint

11:57am Wed 2 Jan 13

Just A Voice says...

SaintMax wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Just A Voice wrote:
Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.
Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall
Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season.
Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too.
I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again.
Though Butland may be banging on the door.
I didn't judge Boruc's performance on the 1st 10 minutes, I said Arsenal had one shot on target all game, which Boruc fumbled, I believe that shot was on 72 minutes, if he was peppered with shots all game I believe the result would have a been different simply because he looks unfit (carrying a few extra pounds around the middle) as a professional footballer playing the EPL you cannot afford to be nervous, stalling your car after not driving for 20 years, isn't going to cost you millions of pounds, having a nervous keeper will, I think the young lad Gazza is the future number 1, however I don't think he's quite ready, therefore I think we need to delve into transfer market and buy a keeper before the end of the window.

Just saying it as I see it
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just A Voice[/bold] wrote: Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.[/p][/quote]Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall[/p][/quote]Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season. Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too. I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again. Though Butland may be banging on the door.[/p][/quote]I didn't judge Boruc's performance on the 1st 10 minutes, I said Arsenal had one shot on target all game, which Boruc fumbled, I believe that shot was on 72 minutes, if he was peppered with shots all game I believe the result would have a been different simply because he looks unfit (carrying a few extra pounds around the middle) as a professional footballer playing the EPL you cannot afford to be nervous, stalling your car after not driving for 20 years, isn't going to cost you millions of pounds, having a nervous keeper will, I think the young lad Gazza is the future number 1, however I don't think he's quite ready, therefore I think we need to delve into transfer market and buy a keeper before the end of the window. Just saying it as I see it Just A Voice

12:01pm Wed 2 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen!
Most enjoyable meeting up yesterday and having a jolly good chuckle about the Portsmouth result.
Come on Walsall.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.[/p][/quote]You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen![/p][/quote]Most enjoyable meeting up yesterday and having a jolly good chuckle about the Portsmouth result. Come on Walsall. mack chinnon

12:01pm Wed 2 Jan 13

up saints says...

Winsaint wrote:
Whatching Borruc yesterday was a mixture of emotions yes he was nervous at the start but as previous posters have said that it was encouraging to see the keeper roll the ball into midfield to turn defence into attack. I have seen most games this season and we haveoften been subject to roll the ball to full back a pasing sequence across the back four then back to keeper to go long! i know which i would rather see. Is Borruc the answer probbably not but unless he has a run inthe team we will never know but i do know when at Celtic he was regarded as one of the best keepers in Europe so why not give him a go and see what happens. Havingseen Gazza against Norwich and Kelvin against Fulham we have nothing to lose giving him a run of games.
i can see your point but boruc was nervous againts west ham and tottenham too.i agree all 3 are not up to the mark maybe nigel should get his boots on
[quote][p][bold]Winsaint[/bold] wrote: Whatching Borruc yesterday was a mixture of emotions yes he was nervous at the start but as previous posters have said that it was encouraging to see the keeper roll the ball into midfield to turn defence into attack. I have seen most games this season and we haveoften been subject to roll the ball to full back a pasing sequence across the back four then back to keeper to go long! i know which i would rather see. Is Borruc the answer probbably not but unless he has a run inthe team we will never know but i do know when at Celtic he was regarded as one of the best keepers in Europe so why not give him a go and see what happens. Havingseen Gazza against Norwich and Kelvin against Fulham we have nothing to lose giving him a run of games.[/p][/quote]i can see your point but boruc was nervous againts west ham and tottenham too.i agree all 3 are not up to the mark maybe nigel should get his boots on up saints

12:06pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen!
Most enjoyable meeting up yesterday and having a jolly good chuckle about the Portsmouth result.
Come on Walsall.
Im sure it was mack, where did you meet up, in your bedroom ?
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.[/p][/quote]You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen![/p][/quote]Most enjoyable meeting up yesterday and having a jolly good chuckle about the Portsmouth result. Come on Walsall.[/p][/quote]Im sure it was mack, where did you meet up, in your bedroom ? kent141

12:18pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Just A Voice wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Just A Voice wrote:
Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.
Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall
Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season.
Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too.
I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again.
Though Butland may be banging on the door.
I didn't judge Boruc's performance on the 1st 10 minutes, I said Arsenal had one shot on target all game, which Boruc fumbled, I believe that shot was on 72 minutes, if he was peppered with shots all game I believe the result would have a been different simply because he looks unfit (carrying a few extra pounds around the middle) as a professional footballer playing the EPL you cannot afford to be nervous, stalling your car after not driving for 20 years, isn't going to cost you millions of pounds, having a nervous keeper will, I think the young lad Gazza is the future number 1, however I don't think he's quite ready, therefore I think we need to delve into transfer market and buy a keeper before the end of the window.

Just saying it as I see it
I understand what you are saying I just feel given a cance as he has at other clubs he will be a good keeper for us, even if it is as back up for Butland or a n other
[quote][p][bold]Just A Voice[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just A Voice[/bold] wrote: Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.[/p][/quote]Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall[/p][/quote]Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season. Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too. I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again. Though Butland may be banging on the door.[/p][/quote]I didn't judge Boruc's performance on the 1st 10 minutes, I said Arsenal had one shot on target all game, which Boruc fumbled, I believe that shot was on 72 minutes, if he was peppered with shots all game I believe the result would have a been different simply because he looks unfit (carrying a few extra pounds around the middle) as a professional footballer playing the EPL you cannot afford to be nervous, stalling your car after not driving for 20 years, isn't going to cost you millions of pounds, having a nervous keeper will, I think the young lad Gazza is the future number 1, however I don't think he's quite ready, therefore I think we need to delve into transfer market and buy a keeper before the end of the window. Just saying it as I see it[/p][/quote]I understand what you are saying I just feel given a cance as he has at other clubs he will be a good keeper for us, even if it is as back up for Butland or a n other Folkestone Saint

12:31pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SaintJD says...

Very hard to judge Boruc on that performance because, after a shocking first 15 minutes he was put under very little pressure.

However, the fact remains that he looks incredibly out of shape.

We need a reliable No.1 and clearly, as Nigel doesn't have full confidence in any of them, we need to buy.

Personally I think Butland is too risky to blood at this stage as he's shown he has a few mistakes in him.

Sorensen or Given as a stop-gap for me. Gomez also available, but again you can expect the odd howler.

Out of interest, not that we need a striker, but not much speculation on Darren Bent. Can see him going to QPR, but he's not a bad option when you're playing one up front.
Very hard to judge Boruc on that performance because, after a shocking first 15 minutes he was put under very little pressure. However, the fact remains that he looks incredibly out of shape. We need a reliable No.1 and clearly, as Nigel doesn't have full confidence in any of them, we need to buy. Personally I think Butland is too risky to blood at this stage as he's shown he has a few mistakes in him. Sorensen or Given as a stop-gap for me. Gomez also available, but again you can expect the odd howler. Out of interest, not that we need a striker, but not much speculation on Darren Bent. Can see him going to QPR, but he's not a bad option when you're playing one up front. SaintJD

12:35pm Wed 2 Jan 13

willygetaway says...

warrens 76 wrote:
westendsaint wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.
You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !!
No his throw outs at times were top draw, he has the capacity to turn defence into attack once he is settled and for our passing team when they keep the ball on the ground is a good thing..
i agree bro
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]westendsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: I think Borucs distribution was 10 times better than the other 2, made a real difference.[/p][/quote]You're having a laugh aren't you Nicole !![/p][/quote]No his throw outs at times were top draw, he has the capacity to turn defence into attack once he is settled and for our passing team when they keep the ball on the ground is a good thing..[/p][/quote]i agree bro willygetaway

12:40pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Just A Voice says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Just A Voice wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Just A Voice wrote:
Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.
Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall
Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season.
Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too.
I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again.
Though Butland may be banging on the door.
I didn't judge Boruc's performance on the 1st 10 minutes, I said Arsenal had one shot on target all game, which Boruc fumbled, I believe that shot was on 72 minutes, if he was peppered with shots all game I believe the result would have a been different simply because he looks unfit (carrying a few extra pounds around the middle) as a professional footballer playing the EPL you cannot afford to be nervous, stalling your car after not driving for 20 years, isn't going to cost you millions of pounds, having a nervous keeper will, I think the young lad Gazza is the future number 1, however I don't think he's quite ready, therefore I think we need to delve into transfer market and buy a keeper before the end of the window.

Just saying it as I see it
I understand what you are saying I just feel given a cance as he has at other clubs he will be a good keeper for us, even if it is as back up for Butland or a n other
My son a Gillingham fan (don't ask why) he has raved about Gazza and was gutted to lose him, I think he is the future for us, I don't honestly think Butland will sign for us, I think Liverpool is his likely destination.

Looking at Boruc's 3 games for us, I honestly think he's lost it, else why would Celtic release him?

I don't think we have time to tinker between the 3 keepers, Kelvin has been a great servant however he is past his best, the Gazza is not ready yet, Boruc is unfit (IMO) so buying a n other for me would be the answer.
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just A Voice[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Just A Voice[/bold] wrote: Arsenal had one shot from Walcott on target which Boruc fumbled, he looks unfit and for me he's not the answer.[/p][/quote]Could you not see that the guy was so nervous that what he has done instinctively for many years he is suddenly thinking about, and that is hen error's occour, it would be like after driving for say 20 years then having to take your driving test, you WOULD stall[/p][/quote]Agree. Its a bit harsh to judge a goalkeeper on his first 10 mins in a high pressure game when they have been on the bench for most the season. Adkins will appreciate this, he was a goalie too. I think you need a keeper with character who can bark at the back four, command their area and install confidence. Boruc has had this in the past - its whether we have the time or patience to see if he can get this back again. Though Butland may be banging on the door.[/p][/quote]I didn't judge Boruc's performance on the 1st 10 minutes, I said Arsenal had one shot on target all game, which Boruc fumbled, I believe that shot was on 72 minutes, if he was peppered with shots all game I believe the result would have a been different simply because he looks unfit (carrying a few extra pounds around the middle) as a professional footballer playing the EPL you cannot afford to be nervous, stalling your car after not driving for 20 years, isn't going to cost you millions of pounds, having a nervous keeper will, I think the young lad Gazza is the future number 1, however I don't think he's quite ready, therefore I think we need to delve into transfer market and buy a keeper before the end of the window. Just saying it as I see it[/p][/quote]I understand what you are saying I just feel given a cance as he has at other clubs he will be a good keeper for us, even if it is as back up for Butland or a n other[/p][/quote]My son a Gillingham fan (don't ask why) he has raved about Gazza and was gutted to lose him, I think he is the future for us, I don't honestly think Butland will sign for us, I think Liverpool is his likely destination. Looking at Boruc's 3 games for us, I honestly think he's lost it, else why would Celtic release him? I don't think we have time to tinker between the 3 keepers, Kelvin has been a great servant however he is past his best, the Gazza is not ready yet, Boruc is unfit (IMO) so buying a n other for me would be the answer. Just A Voice

12:41pm Wed 2 Jan 13

redsnapper says...

SaintJD wrote:
Very hard to judge Boruc on that performance because, after a shocking first 15 minutes he was put under very little pressure.

However, the fact remains that he looks incredibly out of shape.

We need a reliable No.1 and clearly, as Nigel doesn't have full confidence in any of them, we need to buy.

Personally I think Butland is too risky to blood at this stage as he's shown he has a few mistakes in him.

Sorensen or Given as a stop-gap for me. Gomez also available, but again you can expect the odd howler.

Out of interest, not that we need a striker, but not much speculation on Darren Bent. Can see him going to QPR, but he's not a bad option when you're playing one up front.
Why do you say we dont need a striker. I reckon we do.

Mayuka is Africa Cup tied and if Ricki gets injured all we have is J Rod.

Lala could be out for longer as it is a knee problem and who knows where Mr Lee is????????????
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: Very hard to judge Boruc on that performance because, after a shocking first 15 minutes he was put under very little pressure. However, the fact remains that he looks incredibly out of shape. We need a reliable No.1 and clearly, as Nigel doesn't have full confidence in any of them, we need to buy. Personally I think Butland is too risky to blood at this stage as he's shown he has a few mistakes in him. Sorensen or Given as a stop-gap for me. Gomez also available, but again you can expect the odd howler. Out of interest, not that we need a striker, but not much speculation on Darren Bent. Can see him going to QPR, but he's not a bad option when you're playing one up front.[/p][/quote]Why do you say we dont need a striker. I reckon we do. Mayuka is Africa Cup tied and if Ricki gets injured all we have is J Rod. Lala could be out for longer as it is a knee problem and who knows where Mr Lee is???????????? redsnapper

12:46pm Wed 2 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Unless we buy someone in the window then Nigel needs to just pick one of our four keepers and stick with them as first choice. They all have different strengths and weaknesses and they're all fairly obvious, but it does no one any favours to keep changing the line up.
Unless we buy someone in the window then Nigel needs to just pick one of our four keepers and stick with them as first choice. They all have different strengths and weaknesses and they're all fairly obvious, but it does no one any favours to keep changing the line up. St Retford

1:13pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

hello.....
hello..... J7junctionseven

1:21pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

Winsaint wrote:
Whatching Borruc yesterday was a mixture of emotions yes he was nervous at the start but as previous posters have said that it was encouraging to see the keeper roll the ball into midfield to turn defence into attack. I have seen most games this season and we haveoften been subject to roll the ball to full back a pasing sequence across the back four then back to keeper to go long! i know which i would rather see. Is Borruc the answer probbably not but unless he has a run inthe team we will never know but i do know when at Celtic he was regarded as one of the best keepers in Europe so why not give him a go and see what happens. Havingseen Gazza against Norwich and Kelvin against Fulham we have nothing to lose giving him a run of games.
I agree. He scared the sh1t out of me yesterday at the start but seemed to grow in confidence and later actually made the little he had to do look easy. The jury is out but would like to see him have a run of games as something tells me he could do well. Don't think Butland would be the messiah everyone seems to think he is but I worry when Kelvin is in goal. At the Stoke game he was trying to rearrange Kenwynne's hair as the cross came in!!!

STID
[quote][p][bold]Winsaint[/bold] wrote: Whatching Borruc yesterday was a mixture of emotions yes he was nervous at the start but as previous posters have said that it was encouraging to see the keeper roll the ball into midfield to turn defence into attack. I have seen most games this season and we haveoften been subject to roll the ball to full back a pasing sequence across the back four then back to keeper to go long! i know which i would rather see. Is Borruc the answer probbably not but unless he has a run inthe team we will never know but i do know when at Celtic he was regarded as one of the best keepers in Europe so why not give him a go and see what happens. Havingseen Gazza against Norwich and Kelvin against Fulham we have nothing to lose giving him a run of games.[/p][/quote]I agree. He scared the sh1t out of me yesterday at the start but seemed to grow in confidence and later actually made the little he had to do look easy. The jury is out but would like to see him have a run of games as something tells me he could do well. Don't think Butland would be the messiah everyone seems to think he is but I worry when Kelvin is in goal. At the Stoke game he was trying to rearrange Kenwynne's hair as the cross came in!!! STID st1halo

1:31pm Wed 2 Jan 13

up saints says...

this will run and run until the end of the tranfer window unless we get a goalkeeper.i would put out a decent team for the cup match not like the leeds mess up and whoever is in goal will get he nod for villa.
this will run and run until the end of the tranfer window unless we get a goalkeeper.i would put out a decent team for the cup match not like the leeds mess up and whoever is in goal will get he nod for villa. up saints

1:35pm Wed 2 Jan 13

MGRA says...

Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well...
Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well... MGRA

1:40pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Nicole23 says...

MGRA wrote:
Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well...
What nonsense. What about being 1st choice national keeper for 5 years or all the years he was no1 at Legia Warsaw?
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well...[/p][/quote]What nonsense. What about being 1st choice national keeper for 5 years or all the years he was no1 at Legia Warsaw? Nicole23

1:44pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey kent141

1:50pm Wed 2 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

Come on Walsall
Come on Walsall mack chinnon

2:01pm Wed 2 Jan 13

City Saint says...

I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well).

For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers.

As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good.

What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis.

Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended.

Take your troubles elsewhere mate.
I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well). For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers. As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good. What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis. Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended. Take your troubles elsewhere mate. City Saint

2:02pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SaintJD says...

redsnapper wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
Very hard to judge Boruc on that performance because, after a shocking first 15 minutes he was put under very little pressure.

However, the fact remains that he looks incredibly out of shape.

We need a reliable No.1 and clearly, as Nigel doesn't have full confidence in any of them, we need to buy.

Personally I think Butland is too risky to blood at this stage as he's shown he has a few mistakes in him.

Sorensen or Given as a stop-gap for me. Gomez also available, but again you can expect the odd howler.

Out of interest, not that we need a striker, but not much speculation on Darren Bent. Can see him going to QPR, but he's not a bad option when you're playing one up front.
Why do you say we dont need a striker. I reckon we do.

Mayuka is Africa Cup tied and if Ricki gets injured all we have is J Rod.

Lala could be out for longer as it is a knee problem and who knows where Mr Lee is????????????
Only reason I say that is because we have several strikers, many of whom haven't had any game time. Lee and Mayuka are internationals that barely make the bench and we still have Sharp on the books.

So, if we do buy, we'll need to clear out or loan at least one of those.

Personally I'd keep Sharp in case the worst happens and we need him next season.

The other reason I say that is because, if it were me, I'd be focussed totally on strengthening our defensive options as a priority. I think our midfield and attack is good enough to survive when compared with our rivals.

Our first choice defence, bar the keeper, is also reasonably OK and Cork did brilliantly at right back, but if we lost either of our centrebacks, or left back, to injury, we wouldn't stand a chance with the current squad - Jos and Fox clearly aren't up to it.
[quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: Very hard to judge Boruc on that performance because, after a shocking first 15 minutes he was put under very little pressure. However, the fact remains that he looks incredibly out of shape. We need a reliable No.1 and clearly, as Nigel doesn't have full confidence in any of them, we need to buy. Personally I think Butland is too risky to blood at this stage as he's shown he has a few mistakes in him. Sorensen or Given as a stop-gap for me. Gomez also available, but again you can expect the odd howler. Out of interest, not that we need a striker, but not much speculation on Darren Bent. Can see him going to QPR, but he's not a bad option when you're playing one up front.[/p][/quote]Why do you say we dont need a striker. I reckon we do. Mayuka is Africa Cup tied and if Ricki gets injured all we have is J Rod. Lala could be out for longer as it is a knee problem and who knows where Mr Lee is????????????[/p][/quote]Only reason I say that is because we have several strikers, many of whom haven't had any game time. Lee and Mayuka are internationals that barely make the bench and we still have Sharp on the books. So, if we do buy, we'll need to clear out or loan at least one of those. Personally I'd keep Sharp in case the worst happens and we need him next season. The other reason I say that is because, if it were me, I'd be focussed totally on strengthening our defensive options as a priority. I think our midfield and attack is good enough to survive when compared with our rivals. Our first choice defence, bar the keeper, is also reasonably OK and Cork did brilliantly at right back, but if we lost either of our centrebacks, or left back, to injury, we wouldn't stand a chance with the current squad - Jos and Fox clearly aren't up to it. SaintJD

2:10pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Confucious says...

When I heard that both keepers last night were Poles it made me wonder why people from Holland aren't called Holes.
When I heard that both keepers last night were Poles it made me wonder why people from Holland aren't called Holes. Confucious

2:10pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen!
And me!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.[/p][/quote]You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen![/p][/quote]And me! warrens 76

2:11pm Wed 2 Jan 13

MGRA says...

Nicole23 wrote:
MGRA wrote:
Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well...
What nonsense. What about being 1st choice national keeper for 5 years or all the years he was no1 at Legia Warsaw?
scottish football is a joke, polish football is the equivalent of championship football. He made 3 school boy errors in the first 15 minutes and is clearly no top-class-act, but he looks decent enough for us. Feel free to hero worship his past but those that know football know what a joke it would be to call him a "world class" keeper. He had a decent couple of years yes and was voted in the top ten worldwide but even that accolade for me was dubious seeing some of the keepers he was supposed to be better than.
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well...[/p][/quote]What nonsense. What about being 1st choice national keeper for 5 years or all the years he was no1 at Legia Warsaw?[/p][/quote]scottish football is a joke, polish football is the equivalent of championship football. He made 3 school boy errors in the first 15 minutes and is clearly no top-class-act, but he looks decent enough for us. Feel free to hero worship his past but those that know football know what a joke it would be to call him a "world class" keeper. He had a decent couple of years yes and was voted in the top ten worldwide but even that accolade for me was dubious seeing some of the keepers he was supposed to be better than. MGRA

2:16pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

Nicole23 wrote:
MGRA wrote:
Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well...
What nonsense. What about being 1st choice national keeper for 5 years or all the years he was no1 at Legia Warsaw?
Understand what you say but an impressive cv means nothing. It's all about having the ability at this level, the best in the world, and that applies to all the players and the manager. I'm all for giving time and experience to prove themselves, but ultimately it's about the here and now.

STID
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: Once he settled down he looked promising but we must remember he only has a "track record" in that pub league north of the border.....my gut feel is that he will settle and keep the jersey for the season now.... In january we need to sign an attacking midfielder. Guly gave his all last night but he is not a prem player...The fact that he played almost the entire game means we are short in depth for our squad. I would not race to buy a centre half but if one lands on our plate then fine but for me its cover in attacking midfield... good to see Steeeeeeeeeve get a run out as well...[/p][/quote]What nonsense. What about being 1st choice national keeper for 5 years or all the years he was no1 at Legia Warsaw?[/p][/quote]Understand what you say but an impressive cv means nothing. It's all about having the ability at this level, the best in the world, and that applies to all the players and the manager. I'm all for giving time and experience to prove themselves, but ultimately it's about the here and now. STID st1halo

2:17pm Wed 2 Jan 13

El Santo says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Although I often disagree with him, even Lawro on BBC website says we need a safe pair of hands.
Agree. We need someone that gives some security to our defenders. If not Kelvin or Boruc... then who? My impression yesterday is that they ALL looked impressive but Boruc. I lost weight every time Arsenal roamed close to our box.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Although I often disagree with him, even Lawro on BBC website says we need a safe pair of hands.[/p][/quote]Agree. We need someone that gives some security to our defenders. If not Kelvin or Boruc... then who? My impression yesterday is that they ALL looked impressive but Boruc. I lost weight every time Arsenal roamed close to our box. El Santo

2:17pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THIRTEEN
Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.
You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen!
Most enjoyable meeting up yesterday and having a jolly good chuckle about the Portsmouth result.
Come on Walsall.
Sorry I had to leave the JT early as it'd have been good to chat - but I had to take my Arsenil supporting relatives off home. Obviously as Arsenil fans they had a drive back to Wiltshire ahead of them.

I thought yesterday's performance was one of those where you can truly say that if we play like that for the rest of the season we're not just safe but we'll be moving up the league.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THIRTEEN[/p][/quote]Morning Billy, shame you dident make the josh yesterday, had a good look for a flash gordon look alike but nobody fitting that description at all. If you said you were a plump simple looking person i would have been lost for choice.[/p][/quote]You showed yourself up for the totaltwat you are. I was there with my son, Vellity was there with his, Bill with his daughter, Slugger and Mack Chinnon but the one who was desperate to meet you was J7, he really did seem keen![/p][/quote]Most enjoyable meeting up yesterday and having a jolly good chuckle about the Portsmouth result. Come on Walsall.[/p][/quote]Sorry I had to leave the JT early as it'd have been good to chat - but I had to take my Arsenil supporting relatives off home. Obviously as Arsenil fans they had a drive back to Wiltshire ahead of them. I thought yesterday's performance was one of those where you can truly say that if we play like that for the rest of the season we're not just safe but we'll be moving up the league. Velleity

2:18pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SaintJD says...

City Saint wrote:
I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well).

For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers.

As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good.

What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis.

Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended.

Take your troubles elsewhere mate.
I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there.

Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well.

Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck.

Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit.

The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options.

There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well). For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers. As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good. What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis. Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended. Take your troubles elsewhere mate.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there. Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well. Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck. Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit. The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options. There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO. SaintJD

2:20pm Wed 2 Jan 13

CB FRY LIVES says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
northernsaint70 wrote:
Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
We've already bought two keepers for the future.
I reckon a third young keeper will be joining us soon .Hopefully JACK BUTLAND. COYR
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]northernsaint70[/bold] wrote: Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's[/p][/quote]We've already bought two keepers for the future.[/p][/quote]I reckon a third young keeper will be joining us soon .Hopefully JACK BUTLAND. COYR CB FRY LIVES

2:22pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder? J7junctionseven

2:27pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy. kent141

2:30pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case. J7junctionseven

2:31pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

Borat will come good I believe, we need a midfielder who can score...Guly was supposed to be class and is not quite there, a classic case of a player who if he keeps up the work ethic will look good in the Championship....

Provided goalkeepers come good (and they will) it is about a Lampard style player....can you imagine the chances taken if he had a) Guly's sitters and b) the fact he can and will shoot on target i positions were we still try and go one pass too many.

OK we will not get Lampard but my god if we went for him and showed the intent...we signed Keegan, Charlie George, Frank Worthington, Alan Ball, Ossie, and on and on, lets go back to the future one great signing would bring others and think of the Academy impact...
Borat will come good I believe, we need a midfielder who can score...Guly was supposed to be class and is not quite there, a classic case of a player who if he keeps up the work ethic will look good in the Championship.... Provided goalkeepers come good (and they will) it is about a Lampard style player....can you imagine the chances taken if he had a) Guly's sitters and b) the fact he can and will shoot on target i positions were we still try and go one pass too many. OK we will not get Lampard but my god if we went for him and showed the intent...we signed Keegan, Charlie George, Frank Worthington, Alan Ball, Ossie, and on and on, lets go back to the future one great signing would bring others and think of the Academy impact... warrens 76

2:33pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

SaintJD wrote:
City Saint wrote:
I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well).

For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers.

As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good.

What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis.

Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended.

Take your troubles elsewhere mate.
I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there.

Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well.

Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck.

Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit.

The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options.

There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO.
Maybe we should spend money on coaching the goalkeepers as we have 4 already!
Alternatively, a bit more depth in defense so that our GKs are largely untroubled as was the case yesterday.
Not keen on spending loads on Butland, he is young, inexperienced and expensive!
I'm just brainboxing here as I don't know what the answer is and would rather money was spent in other areas.


STID
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well). For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers. As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good. What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis. Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended. Take your troubles elsewhere mate.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there. Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well. Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck. Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit. The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options. There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO.[/p][/quote]Maybe we should spend money on coaching the goalkeepers as we have 4 already! Alternatively, a bit more depth in defense so that our GKs are largely untroubled as was the case yesterday. Not keen on spending loads on Butland, he is young, inexperienced and expensive! I'm just brainboxing here as I don't know what the answer is and would rather money was spent in other areas. STID st1halo

2:34pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
Silly boy....case closed.
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]Silly boy....case closed. kent141

2:35pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

st1halo wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
City Saint wrote:
I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well).

For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers.

As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good.

What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis.

Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended.

Take your troubles elsewhere mate.
I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there.

Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well.

Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck.

Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit.

The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options.

There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO.
Maybe we should spend money on coaching the goalkeepers as we have 4 already!
Alternatively, a bit more depth in defense so that our GKs are largely untroubled as was the case yesterday.
Not keen on spending loads on Butland, he is young, inexperienced and expensive!
I'm just brainboxing here as I don't know what the answer is and would rather money was spent in other areas.


STID
Lampard!!!
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well). For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers. As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good. What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis. Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended. Take your troubles elsewhere mate.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there. Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well. Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck. Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit. The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options. There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO.[/p][/quote]Maybe we should spend money on coaching the goalkeepers as we have 4 already! Alternatively, a bit more depth in defense so that our GKs are largely untroubled as was the case yesterday. Not keen on spending loads on Butland, he is young, inexperienced and expensive! I'm just brainboxing here as I don't know what the answer is and would rather money was spent in other areas. STID[/p][/quote]Lampard!!! warrens 76

2:36pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh Velleity

2:40pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
Silly boy....case closed.
Lap top warrior and gutless wonder..........run along lightweight
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]Silly boy....case closed.[/p][/quote]Lap top warrior and gutless wonder..........run along lightweight J7junctionseven

2:41pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

warrens 76 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
City Saint wrote:
I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well).

For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers.

As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good.

What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis.

Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended.

Take your troubles elsewhere mate.
I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there.

Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well.

Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck.

Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit.

The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options.

There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO.
Maybe we should spend money on coaching the goalkeepers as we have 4 already!
Alternatively, a bit more depth in defense so that our GKs are largely untroubled as was the case yesterday.
Not keen on spending loads on Butland, he is young, inexperienced and expensive!
I'm just brainboxing here as I don't know what the answer is and would rather money was spent in other areas.


STID
Lampard!!!
I don't see why not warrens, as he would be on a free so his wages should compensate, he feels about Chelsea the way Matty was for us though and I suspect he would rather retire than go elsewhere.


STID
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: I still think we need to buy a full back in the window. cork deputized well at right back last night, which shows his class really, but losing him from midfield long term will destabilize the spine of the team (we have done brilliantly with cork partering Spider-Man or Davis in midfield, I could see it working with JWP alongside cork as well). For wherever reason I've doesn't think Frazier Richardson is up to the task, and if Clyne has a serious injury and somehow we lose the shaman to injury or arsenal, we will find ourselves back where we were at the start of the season --stretched at the back and putting pressure on rickety keepers. As for a keeper in the window, there don't seem to be many out there, but Butland would be good. What is up with gazzaniga, is he still injured or has he fallen down the pecking order?? I would still like to see him start or on the bench at least, with Davis. Borat has a crazy look in his eyes, and if you watch his antics on the motd highlights after his various errors in the first half, he looks like he's battling personal demons that have nothing to do with us and which we don't need at the club. He has a wild-eyed look that I haven't seen in a saints keeper since the days of Bruce Grobbelaar, and we all know how that ended. Take your troubles elsewhere mate.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure you're right to say there aren't many keepers out there. Cudicini has just left, Friedel is potentially available, Sorensen, Given, Westwood, Gomez, maybe the Arsenal keeper that filled in on loan, and that's just at first glance. Sure there are plenty in the Championship and Europe as well. Job description: Wanted. Anyone who can catch the ball 9 times out of 10 and isn't a nervous wreck. Shouldn't be too difficult to find someone surely, but why we are considering Butland I don't know - start of next season maybe, but he's shown signs of being error prone and if you look at the success rate of other 'next England No.1s' like Kirkland, Green, Carson, Robinson etc all haven't quite made the grade or been sold on for a profit. The only top 10 team that has gone for an inexperienced keeper is Man Utd, but the jury is out on both their options. There are less than a handful of Prem teams to give youth or inexperience a chance in goal and for good reason IMO.[/p][/quote]Maybe we should spend money on coaching the goalkeepers as we have 4 already! Alternatively, a bit more depth in defense so that our GKs are largely untroubled as was the case yesterday. Not keen on spending loads on Butland, he is young, inexperienced and expensive! I'm just brainboxing here as I don't know what the answer is and would rather money was spent in other areas. STID[/p][/quote]Lampard!!![/p][/quote]I don't see why not warrens, as he would be on a free so his wages should compensate, he feels about Chelsea the way Matty was for us though and I suspect he would rather retire than go elsewhere. STID st1halo

2:44pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ? kent141

2:44pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Kendog says...

northernsaint70 wrote:
Fair call Nigel

Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin

Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him

Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky

COYR's
What game were you watching. Boruc rolled the ball out intelligently about 3 times but apart from that his kicks went into touch, didnt make the halfway line or went straight to Arsenal players.

You need to give him a few games to see if he can contribute and win us some points, my gut feeling is he is a big lumpy bag of potatoes and we need an experienced stopper, Brad Friedel on loan would be outstanding.
[quote][p][bold]northernsaint70[/bold] wrote: Fair call Nigel Boruc did look nervy but after a few games will give us a better option than Kelvin Still need a top class keeper but think this will be on next season's shopping list as Butland only 19 so one for the future if we get him Still need a centre half and someone to take the goal pressure off Ricky COYR's[/p][/quote]What game were you watching. Boruc rolled the ball out intelligently about 3 times but apart from that his kicks went into touch, didnt make the halfway line or went straight to Arsenal players. You need to give him a few games to see if he can contribute and win us some points, my gut feeling is he is a big lumpy bag of potatoes and we need an experienced stopper, Brad Friedel on loan would be outstanding. Kendog

2:44pm Wed 2 Jan 13

ghk230473 says...

Boruc did start jittery, too early to make a judgement needs to have a run of games.
Our centre halves look to be improving, have a feeling the introduction of shaw has helped considerably, and cork is pure class as it showed how well he slotted in at right back. Guly had a good game and worked tirelessly, I can see how he frustrates as he sometimes does the hard bit then makes a way ward pass or loses possession. Puncheon can be similar. Jwp can count himself very unlucky not to have had more play this season, he's a little gem. I think the problem up top is we are playing with 2 no 10's in Ramirez and lambert, neither are out n out strikers. Is Jay the answer, not sure yet but with a bit of confidence and a run in the team maybe?
Transfer window is time to off load a few and make room for better players than we've got IMO. Goal keeper has been an obvious problem and our defence won't settle with that position not settled. Butland b4llsed up for bcfc yesterday, think we could do with some one more experience?
Boruc did start jittery, too early to make a judgement needs to have a run of games. Our centre halves look to be improving, have a feeling the introduction of shaw has helped considerably, and cork is pure class as it showed how well he slotted in at right back. Guly had a good game and worked tirelessly, I can see how he frustrates as he sometimes does the hard bit then makes a way ward pass or loses possession. Puncheon can be similar. Jwp can count himself very unlucky not to have had more play this season, he's a little gem. I think the problem up top is we are playing with 2 no 10's in Ramirez and lambert, neither are out n out strikers. Is Jay the answer, not sure yet but with a bit of confidence and a run in the team maybe? Transfer window is time to off load a few and make room for better players than we've got IMO. Goal keeper has been an obvious problem and our defence won't settle with that position not settled. Butland b4llsed up for bcfc yesterday, think we could do with some one more experience? ghk230473

2:46pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I can't believe that Kent is being so disrespectful after we all clubbed together and bought him some Westwood PJ's for Christmas (the very last issue by the way)

STID
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I can't believe that Kent is being so disrespectful after we all clubbed together and bought him some Westwood PJ's for Christmas (the very last issue by the way) STID st1halo

2:57pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes kent141

3:13pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes
When you next speak to him tell him to wear a pair of clowns feet and a big red nose so he stands out a bit more to avoid the confusion.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes[/p][/quote]When you next speak to him tell him to wear a pair of clowns feet and a big red nose so he stands out a bit more to avoid the confusion. kent141

3:19pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either SO50 Saint

3:25pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
You see, Kent, the difference between you and me is that I didn't feel the need for a description. I have self-confidence, unlike you, clearly too jittery to turn up when you say you will.

I do pity you; you seem to feel that your bad feelings about the failings of your own club can be eased by posting little fantasies on here.

I offer the following in the spirit of helping you to make the most of your life. I wish you'd use your efforts more productively by asking your PST if they need help rallying support for the Portsmouth cause. If you spent the time you waste on here trying instead to save your club you might be able, in years to come, to stand proudly and say "I helped the team I love to survive".

Or you could just waste your time making up fibs on here for people who don't believe a word you say.

Which would be the better memory in your old age?
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]You see, Kent, the difference between you and me is that I didn't feel the need for a description. I have self-confidence, unlike you, clearly too jittery to turn up when you say you will. I do pity you; you seem to feel that your bad feelings about the failings of your own club can be eased by posting little fantasies on here. I offer the following in the spirit of helping you to make the most of your life. I wish you'd use your efforts more productively by asking your PST if they need help rallying support for the Portsmouth cause. If you spent the time you waste on here trying instead to save your club you might be able, in years to come, to stand proudly and say "I helped the team I love to survive". Or you could just waste your time making up fibs on here for people who don't believe a word you say. Which would be the better memory in your old age? Velleity

3:39pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes
Now we all know what a car scratching posts like!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes[/p][/quote]Now we all know what a car scratching posts like! warrens 76

3:39pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Velleity wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
You see, Kent, the difference between you and me is that I didn't feel the need for a description. I have self-confidence, unlike you, clearly too jittery to turn up when you say you will.

I do pity you; you seem to feel that your bad feelings about the failings of your own club can be eased by posting little fantasies on here.

I offer the following in the spirit of helping you to make the most of your life. I wish you'd use your efforts more productively by asking your PST if they need help rallying support for the Portsmouth cause. If you spent the time you waste on here trying instead to save your club you might be able, in years to come, to stand proudly and say "I helped the team I love to survive".

Or you could just waste your time making up fibs on here for people who don't believe a word you say.

Which would be the better memory in your old age?
That sounds like a desperate post indeed from someone with your "self-confidence ", all you ever do is talk about Pompey which i find funny as i never mention them at all.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]You see, Kent, the difference between you and me is that I didn't feel the need for a description. I have self-confidence, unlike you, clearly too jittery to turn up when you say you will. I do pity you; you seem to feel that your bad feelings about the failings of your own club can be eased by posting little fantasies on here. I offer the following in the spirit of helping you to make the most of your life. I wish you'd use your efforts more productively by asking your PST if they need help rallying support for the Portsmouth cause. If you spent the time you waste on here trying instead to save your club you might be able, in years to come, to stand proudly and say "I helped the team I love to survive". Or you could just waste your time making up fibs on here for people who don't believe a word you say. Which would be the better memory in your old age?[/p][/quote]That sounds like a desperate post indeed from someone with your "self-confidence ", all you ever do is talk about Pompey which i find funny as i never mention them at all. kent141

3:45pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

warrens 76 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes
Now we all know what a car scratching posts like!
what car ?
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes[/p][/quote]Now we all know what a car scratching posts like![/p][/quote]what car ? kent141

3:45pm Wed 2 Jan 13

redsnapper says...

How about renewing the old ex Chelsea connection .

We used to get some pretty decent players from the Bridge in the 70#s.

Lamps and Terry are not getting contracts renewed these 2 would do nicely for a couple of seasons and they both live just up the M3 ..I think.
How about renewing the old ex Chelsea connection . We used to get some pretty decent players from the Bridge in the 70#s. Lamps and Terry are not getting contracts renewed these 2 would do nicely for a couple of seasons and they both live just up the M3 ..I think. redsnapper

3:48pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
redsnapper wrote:
That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow.

Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland.
Ramires's disallowed goal was a rubbish decision.
He turned the defender who already had his hand on him as he turned.
The ref relied only on the linesmans decision.
Cost us 2 points.

Boruc caught everything in the warm- up he kicked everything well, too.
He must had a bang on the head in the dressing room before he came out for the game because his handling and kicking was appalling.

I'm glad the Arsenal team that beat Newcastle 7-3 didn't turn up, cos the keeper only had to save 1 reasonable shot.
OH! how we need a good keeper.
Pehaps Butland is the answer.

COYR.
Agree with you about Ramirez's 'goal', Oldboy, but it WAS the same Arsenal that turned up. The fact is, it WASN'T that Newcastle team they played but a very good, well-organised and well-managed Saints team.

No disrespects to Pards, but THIS was the week when we should all be grateful that we now have the better of the two managers. Those who have doubted him on here should not only be ashamed but should be back on here admitting their mistake.
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow. Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland.[/p][/quote]Ramires's disallowed goal was a rubbish decision. He turned the defender who already had his hand on him as he turned. The ref relied only on the linesmans decision. Cost us 2 points. Boruc caught everything in the warm- up he kicked everything well, too. He must had a bang on the head in the dressing room before he came out for the game because his handling and kicking was appalling. I'm glad the Arsenal team that beat Newcastle 7-3 didn't turn up, cos the keeper only had to save 1 reasonable shot. OH! how we need a good keeper. Pehaps Butland is the answer. COYR.[/p][/quote]Agree with you about Ramirez's 'goal', Oldboy, but it WAS the same Arsenal that turned up. The fact is, it WASN'T that Newcastle team they played but a very good, well-organised and well-managed Saints team. No disrespects to Pards, but THIS was the week when we should all be grateful that we now have the better of the two managers. Those who have doubted him on here should not only be ashamed but should be back on here admitting their mistake. Strasbourg Saint

4:44pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live.. warrens 76

4:46pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

kent141 wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes
Now we all know what a car scratching posts like!
what car ?
Whichever one a deranged individual like you feels like scratching.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]Perhaps it was a Flash Gordon tribute night when you went there and that is why to had to ask people to point you to him as there were so many look alikes[/p][/quote]Now we all know what a car scratching posts like![/p][/quote]what car ?[/p][/quote]Whichever one a deranged individual like you feels like scratching. warrens 76

4:48pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum . slugger

4:48pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

redsnapper wrote:
How about renewing the old ex Chelsea connection .

We used to get some pretty decent players from the Bridge in the 70#s.

Lamps and Terry are not getting contracts renewed these 2 would do nicely for a couple of seasons and they both live just up the M3 ..I think.
I said it first!
Lampard...there is a message of intent, nice guy too, met him flying Virgin Upper (what else) to Miami..cousin of Mark and Jamie Redders so probably no go..
I will phone Mark if you all want me to, he is an agent!
[quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: How about renewing the old ex Chelsea connection . We used to get some pretty decent players from the Bridge in the 70#s. Lamps and Terry are not getting contracts renewed these 2 would do nicely for a couple of seasons and they both live just up the M3 ..I think.[/p][/quote]I said it first! Lampard...there is a message of intent, nice guy too, met him flying Virgin Upper (what else) to Miami..cousin of Mark and Jamie Redders so probably no go.. I will phone Mark if you all want me to, he is an agent! warrens 76

4:49pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
I cannot put that in the sat nav!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum .[/p][/quote]I cannot put that in the sat nav! warrens 76

4:57pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

Watched the whole game again and for the life of me i can't see what was wrong with Gastons' second goal (he was the one being fouled) ..... we was robbed !
Watched the whole game again and for the life of me i can't see what was wrong with Gastons' second goal (he was the one being fouled) ..... we was robbed ! slugger

4:57pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

It's alright he's just unhappy he never got his big chance at SFC and comes on here to take it out on us. It's a shame really I actually feel sorry for him
It's alright he's just unhappy he never got his big chance at SFC and comes on here to take it out on us. It's a shame really I actually feel sorry for him SO50 Saint

5:05pm Wed 2 Jan 13

MGRA says...

slugger wrote:
Watched the whole game again and for the life of me i can't see what was wrong with Gastons' second goal (he was the one being fouled) ..... we was robbed !
the lino dozed off, the defender knew he was done and got the "foul"... if the lino had been sharp he would have noticed the fraction-of-a-second delay and kept his flag down..
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Watched the whole game again and for the life of me i can't see what was wrong with Gastons' second goal (he was the one being fouled) ..... we was robbed ![/p][/quote]the lino dozed off, the defender knew he was done and got the "foul"... if the lino had been sharp he would have noticed the fraction-of-a-second delay and kept his flag down.. MGRA

5:06pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
SFCOLDBOY wrote:
redsnapper wrote:
That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow.

Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland.
Ramires's disallowed goal was a rubbish decision.
He turned the defender who already had his hand on him as he turned.
The ref relied only on the linesmans decision.
Cost us 2 points.

Boruc caught everything in the warm- up he kicked everything well, too.
He must had a bang on the head in the dressing room before he came out for the game because his handling and kicking was appalling.

I'm glad the Arsenal team that beat Newcastle 7-3 didn't turn up, cos the keeper only had to save 1 reasonable shot.
OH! how we need a good keeper.
Pehaps Butland is the answer.

COYR.
Agree with you about Ramirez's 'goal', Oldboy, but it WAS the same Arsenal that turned up. The fact is, it WASN'T that Newcastle team they played but a very good, well-organised and well-managed Saints team.

No disrespects to Pards, but THIS was the week when we should all be grateful that we now have the better of the two managers. Those who have doubted him on here should not only be ashamed but should be back on here admitting their mistake.
Hi Stras, happy new year, hope this doesn't come across as patronising in any way as it is not meant to.
I have doubts about Nigel as you will know but am not ashamed about that in any way. I hasten to add that I have never asked for him to be sacked. I will be happy to be proved wrong, infact I want to be proved wrong as I really like the guy.
I apply the same standard to the manager as I do to the players. Some on here site his achievements so far and he is to be commended for that. But , as I pointed out earlier about Boruc, an impressive cv does not mean you can achieve at the highest level. There are many players who should still be here if you apply that philosophy. It's all about here and now. We are half way through the season and for the first time really, Nigel is starting to vary his tactics and approach to each game, instead of trying to play a certain one dimensional way, it's great to see and crucial to our survival. Long may it continue but there is still much work to be done. I back whoever wears the shirt but reserve my right as a lifelong fan to be critical and will never be ashamed of that.


STID
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: That was probably the best refereeing performance we,ve had all season. For once the ref was strong enough to allow shoulder barges and other good tackles and let the game flow. Good game which we could have won, pretty sure NC and NA are having another go for Butland.[/p][/quote]Ramires's disallowed goal was a rubbish decision. He turned the defender who already had his hand on him as he turned. The ref relied only on the linesmans decision. Cost us 2 points. Boruc caught everything in the warm- up he kicked everything well, too. He must had a bang on the head in the dressing room before he came out for the game because his handling and kicking was appalling. I'm glad the Arsenal team that beat Newcastle 7-3 didn't turn up, cos the keeper only had to save 1 reasonable shot. OH! how we need a good keeper. Pehaps Butland is the answer. COYR.[/p][/quote]Agree with you about Ramirez's 'goal', Oldboy, but it WAS the same Arsenal that turned up. The fact is, it WASN'T that Newcastle team they played but a very good, well-organised and well-managed Saints team. No disrespects to Pards, but THIS was the week when we should all be grateful that we now have the better of the two managers. Those who have doubted him on here should not only be ashamed but should be back on here admitting their mistake.[/p][/quote]Hi Stras, happy new year, hope this doesn't come across as patronising in any way as it is not meant to. I have doubts about Nigel as you will know but am not ashamed about that in any way. I hasten to add that I have never asked for him to be sacked. I will be happy to be proved wrong, infact I want to be proved wrong as I really like the guy. I apply the same standard to the manager as I do to the players. Some on here site his achievements so far and he is to be commended for that. But , as I pointed out earlier about Boruc, an impressive cv does not mean you can achieve at the highest level. There are many players who should still be here if you apply that philosophy. It's all about here and now. We are half way through the season and for the first time really, Nigel is starting to vary his tactics and approach to each game, instead of trying to play a certain one dimensional way, it's great to see and crucial to our survival. Long may it continue but there is still much work to be done. I back whoever wears the shirt but reserve my right as a lifelong fan to be critical and will never be ashamed of that. STID st1halo

5:09pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
hello.....
....ta ta dopey
Where were you, gutless wonder?
oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.
Gutless wonder....rest my case.
It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed...

Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist.

Shhhhhhhhh
I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?
You see, Kent, the difference between you and me is that I didn't feel the need for a description. I have self-confidence, unlike you, clearly too jittery to turn up when you say you will.

I do pity you; you seem to feel that your bad feelings about the failings of your own club can be eased by posting little fantasies on here.

I offer the following in the spirit of helping you to make the most of your life. I wish you'd use your efforts more productively by asking your PST if they need help rallying support for the Portsmouth cause. If you spent the time you waste on here trying instead to save your club you might be able, in years to come, to stand proudly and say "I helped the team I love to survive".

Or you could just waste your time making up fibs on here for people who don't believe a word you say.

Which would be the better memory in your old age?
That sounds like a desperate post indeed from someone with your "self-confidence ", all you ever do is talk about Pompey which i find funny as i never mention them at all.
Not a post about Pompey, it's about your priorities. Which you haven't addressed in any way, shape or form.

I know nothing will stop you wasting your time on here or pretending that you're going to Saints games or pretending that you're going to meet people in the pub or ... etc, etc, ad infinitum.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: hello.....[/p][/quote]....ta ta dopey[/p][/quote]Where were you, gutless wonder?[/p][/quote]oh dopey dont make out you were in the josh and start giving it large on here, silly boy.[/p][/quote]Gutless wonder....rest my case.[/p][/quote]It's funny, the first time I went in the Josh, I just asked a few people if they were Seedhouse and eventually I was right. There were at least five of us in there who could have directed you in the correct direction of La Seed... Oh, heavens above, the gutless Kent has me responding to his little fantasy world. Must resist. Shhhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]I bet you felt like a right mug going round asking people if they were Billy, were there a lot of poeple who were 6ft3 with blonde hair who looks like flash gordon in there at the time then ?[/p][/quote]You see, Kent, the difference between you and me is that I didn't feel the need for a description. I have self-confidence, unlike you, clearly too jittery to turn up when you say you will. I do pity you; you seem to feel that your bad feelings about the failings of your own club can be eased by posting little fantasies on here. I offer the following in the spirit of helping you to make the most of your life. I wish you'd use your efforts more productively by asking your PST if they need help rallying support for the Portsmouth cause. If you spent the time you waste on here trying instead to save your club you might be able, in years to come, to stand proudly and say "I helped the team I love to survive". Or you could just waste your time making up fibs on here for people who don't believe a word you say. Which would be the better memory in your old age?[/p][/quote]That sounds like a desperate post indeed from someone with your "self-confidence ", all you ever do is talk about Pompey which i find funny as i never mention them at all.[/p][/quote]Not a post about Pompey, it's about your priorities. Which you haven't addressed in any way, shape or form. I know nothing will stop you wasting your time on here or pretending that you're going to Saints games or pretending that you're going to meet people in the pub or ... etc, etc, ad infinitum. Velleity

5:10pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
I cannot put that in the sat nav!
Put in Portsmouth boys entertainment centre, see if it give's his mum's address!!
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum .[/p][/quote]I cannot put that in the sat nav![/p][/quote]Put in Portsmouth boys entertainment centre, see if it give's his mum's address!! st1halo

5:23pm Wed 2 Jan 13

City Saint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
It's alright he's just unhappy he never got his big chance at SFC and comes on here to take it out on us. It's a shame really I actually feel sorry for him
Surely kent141 is not the same Darren Kenton who was on our books in 2003 to 2006 (I do remember him now tee a quick wiki look). He was born in wandsworth, apparently, which would make him more of an afc Wimbledon / dons / chelski / Fulham fan.

If indeed it is he, you won't see him down the Joshua tree, since he's now playing in what looks like the Canadian soccer league for Rochester rhinos.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: It's alright he's just unhappy he never got his big chance at SFC and comes on here to take it out on us. It's a shame really I actually feel sorry for him[/p][/quote]Surely kent141 is not the same Darren Kenton who was on our books in 2003 to 2006 (I do remember him now tee a quick wiki look). He was born in wandsworth, apparently, which would make him more of an afc Wimbledon / dons / chelski / Fulham fan. If indeed it is he, you won't see him down the Joshua tree, since he's now playing in what looks like the Canadian soccer league for Rochester rhinos. City Saint

5:27pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

Well I think he is Darren Kenton anyway he could be Kentucky Fried Chicken, Robert Key (Captain of Kent CC) or Clark Kent (can't see the last one being true) So my guess is that he's Darren Kenton
Well I think he is Darren Kenton anyway he could be Kentucky Fried Chicken, Robert Key (Captain of Kent CC) or Clark Kent (can't see the last one being true) So my guess is that he's Darren Kenton SO50 Saint

5:30pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
I cannot put that in the sat nav!
Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum .[/p][/quote]I cannot put that in the sat nav![/p][/quote]Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it. kent141

5:34pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

kent141 wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
I cannot put that in the sat nav!
Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.
Cut to the chase brave boy, were do you live...whats your address if you are as big as you think you will tell us..
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum .[/p][/quote]I cannot put that in the sat nav![/p][/quote]Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.[/p][/quote]Cut to the chase brave boy, were do you live...whats your address if you are as big as you think you will tell us.. warrens 76

5:34pm Wed 2 Jan 13

City Saint says...

kent141 wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
I cannot put that in the sat nav!
Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.
Why, does your mum live at the Joshua tree? Hmmm, that explains a lot.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum .[/p][/quote]I cannot put that in the sat nav![/p][/quote]Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.[/p][/quote]Why, does your mum live at the Joshua tree? Hmmm, that explains a lot. City Saint

5:45pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

warrens 76 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
I cannot put that in the sat nav!
Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.
Cut to the chase brave boy, were do you live...whats your address if you are as big as you think you will tell us..
I doubt very much if you could even find your own address.....
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum .[/p][/quote]I cannot put that in the sat nav![/p][/quote]Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.[/p][/quote]Cut to the chase brave boy, were do you live...whats your address if you are as big as you think you will tell us..[/p][/quote]I doubt very much if you could even find your own address..... kent141

5:55pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Folkestone Saint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
It's alright he's just unhappy he never got his big chance at SFC and comes on here to take it out on us. It's a shame really I actually feel sorry for him
I just wish his mum brought him an X-box for chrimbo or now he has left school he would go out and try to get a job, c.v. wouldn't look too good under hobbies = sad little internet troll/wum and used to support poopey till they went down a league or two
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: It's alright he's just unhappy he never got his big chance at SFC and comes on here to take it out on us. It's a shame really I actually feel sorry for him[/p][/quote]I just wish his mum brought him an X-box for chrimbo or now he has left school he would go out and try to get a job, c.v. wouldn't look too good under hobbies = sad little internet troll/wum and used to support poopey till they went down a league or two Folkestone Saint

5:56pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them). slugger

6:01pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ? warrens 76

6:01pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ? warrens 76

6:04pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop . slugger

6:17pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
I just googled it. If he lives with his mum it has to be one of these two...
White Hart Rd - Portsmouth fish market or
Victoria Rd North- Cycle Exchange - Pompey's No1 Bike Shop!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]I just googled it. If he lives with his mum it has to be one of these two... White Hart Rd - Portsmouth fish market or Victoria Rd North- Cycle Exchange - Pompey's No1 Bike Shop!! st1halo

6:41pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any? Velleity

7:01pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him. Baddesley Bill

7:26pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.
i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future. SAINTStevie61163

7:29pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow. kent141

7:36pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.
I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad...

...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.[/p][/quote]I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad... ...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately? Baddesley Bill

7:37pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ? slugger

7:38pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.
I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad...

...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?
I think Boruc will be our main keeper from here on in ....... i'm warming to him .
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.[/p][/quote]I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad... ...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?[/p][/quote]I think Boruc will be our main keeper from here on in ....... i'm warming to him . slugger

7:42pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

kent141 wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either
Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..
With his Mum .
I cannot put that in the sat nav!
Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.
Cut to the chase brave boy, were do you live...whats your address if you are as big as you think you will tell us..
I doubt very much if you could even find your own address.....
Coward!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Kenton aka Kent141 you said you were in the Joshua Tree yesterday therefore did you go to St Marys for the game? I must say it was a far better game than the last one which we played at home. I hope you enjoyed your day watching a quality side play good football and i'm not talking about Arsenal there either[/p][/quote]Darren Kenton eh, were does he live..[/p][/quote]With his Mum .[/p][/quote]I cannot put that in the sat nav![/p][/quote]Put the joshua tree in your sat nav then one of you may find it.[/p][/quote]Cut to the chase brave boy, were do you live...whats your address if you are as big as you think you will tell us..[/p][/quote]I doubt very much if you could even find your own address.....[/p][/quote]Coward! warrens 76

7:44pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
Yes he is brave because he will not tell us were he lives.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]Yes he is brave because he will not tell us were he lives. warrens 76

7:46pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure. kent141

7:48pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it? Seedhouse the Unrepentant

7:48pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
Yes he is brave because he will not tell us were he lives.
I thought he lived on here .
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]Yes he is brave because he will not tell us were he lives.[/p][/quote]I thought he lived on here . slugger

7:49pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
Yes he is brave because he will not tell us were he lives.
Do you know Eastleigh at all ?
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]Yes he is brave because he will not tell us were he lives.[/p][/quote]Do you know Eastleigh at all ? kent141

7:54pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that. kent141

8:03pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

8:05pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.
I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad...

...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?
Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.[/p][/quote]I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad... ...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?[/p][/quote]Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season. SAINTStevie61163

8:07pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son.[/p][/quote]From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy kent141

8:14pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.
I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad...

...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?
Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season.
Gonna have to agree to disagree there.

Wielding the chequebook is not necessarily gonna change anything. Let's face facts...we are in a struggle this season and no matter who we sign in a No1 shirt is going to have to deal with a few nervy situations...and potentially deal with a nervous crowd behind him.

I think we (as fans) are sometimes too quick to make our judgements...especia
lly on our keepers.
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.[/p][/quote]I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad... ...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?[/p][/quote]Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season.[/p][/quote]Gonna have to agree to disagree there. Wielding the chequebook is not necessarily gonna change anything. Let's face facts...we are in a struggle this season and no matter who we sign in a No1 shirt is going to have to deal with a few nervy situations...and potentially deal with a nervous crowd behind him. I think we (as fans) are sometimes too quick to make our judgements...especia lly on our keepers. Baddesley Bill

8:15pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Saintsteve7 says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Boruc did start jittery, too early to make a judgement needs to have a run of games.
Our centre halves look to be improving, have a feeling the introduction of shaw has helped considerably, and cork is pure class as it showed how well he slotted in at right back. Guly had a good game and worked tirelessly, I can see how he frustrates as he sometimes does the hard bit then makes a way ward pass or loses possession. Puncheon can be similar. Jwp can count himself very unlucky not to have had more play this season, he's a little gem. I think the problem up top is we are playing with 2 no 10's in Ramirez and lambert, neither are out n out strikers. Is Jay the answer, not sure yet but with a bit of confidence and a run in the team maybe?
Transfer window is time to off load a few and make room for better players than we've got IMO. Goal keeper has been an obvious problem and our defence won't settle with that position not settled. Butland b4llsed up for bcfc yesterday, think we could do with some one more experience?
Totally agree! Ramirez and Lambert often take up the same positions and cramp each others space. Really would like to see Ricky spend a bit more time in the penalty area where he really can do some damage. If not might be time to give J Rod a bit more of a run in the team.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: Boruc did start jittery, too early to make a judgement needs to have a run of games. Our centre halves look to be improving, have a feeling the introduction of shaw has helped considerably, and cork is pure class as it showed how well he slotted in at right back. Guly had a good game and worked tirelessly, I can see how he frustrates as he sometimes does the hard bit then makes a way ward pass or loses possession. Puncheon can be similar. Jwp can count himself very unlucky not to have had more play this season, he's a little gem. I think the problem up top is we are playing with 2 no 10's in Ramirez and lambert, neither are out n out strikers. Is Jay the answer, not sure yet but with a bit of confidence and a run in the team maybe? Transfer window is time to off load a few and make room for better players than we've got IMO. Goal keeper has been an obvious problem and our defence won't settle with that position not settled. Butland b4llsed up for bcfc yesterday, think we could do with some one more experience?[/p][/quote]Totally agree! Ramirez and Lambert often take up the same positions and cramp each others space. Really would like to see Ricky spend a bit more time in the penalty area where he really can do some damage. If not might be time to give J Rod a bit more of a run in the team. Saintsteve7

8:22pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy
You're full of it but have bottled two chances to meet up. You are a true skate. Now **** and waste someone elses time.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son.[/p][/quote]From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy[/p][/quote]You're full of it but have bottled two chances to meet up. You are a true skate. Now **** and waste someone elses time. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

8:27pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.
I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad...

...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?
Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season.
Gonna have to agree to disagree there.

Wielding the chequebook is not necessarily gonna change anything. Let's face facts...we are in a struggle this season and no matter who we sign in a No1 shirt is going to have to deal with a few nervy situations...and potentially deal with a nervous crowd behind him.

I think we (as fans) are sometimes too quick to make our judgements...especia

lly on our keepers.
appreciate your comments Bill and am more than happy to agree to disagree after all the most important thing in all of this is that our beloved Saints continue to strive to improve in any way possible and that any squad member on the pitch deserves our full support and backing while playing for our great club, and sometimes like Theo and Oxo last night even when they no longer play for Saints
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.[/p][/quote]I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad... ...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?[/p][/quote]Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season.[/p][/quote]Gonna have to agree to disagree there. Wielding the chequebook is not necessarily gonna change anything. Let's face facts...we are in a struggle this season and no matter who we sign in a No1 shirt is going to have to deal with a few nervy situations...and potentially deal with a nervous crowd behind him. I think we (as fans) are sometimes too quick to make our judgements...especia lly on our keepers.[/p][/quote]appreciate your comments Bill and am more than happy to agree to disagree after all the most important thing in all of this is that our beloved Saints continue to strive to improve in any way possible and that any squad member on the pitch deserves our full support and backing while playing for our great club, and sometimes like Theo and Oxo last night even when they no longer play for Saints SAINTStevie61163

8:28pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy
Nope. 5ft 11 with a right hook lke a hammer......where and when?.....your call lightweight
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son.[/p][/quote]From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy[/p][/quote]Nope. 5ft 11 with a right hook lke a hammer......where and when?.....your call lightweight J7junctionseven

8:29pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy
You're full of it but have bottled two chances to meet up. You are a true skate. Now **** and waste someone elses time.
Youre the one who is full of it Billy and you know it....a typical coward..jog on sunshine
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son.[/p][/quote]From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy[/p][/quote]You're full of it but have bottled two chances to meet up. You are a true skate. Now **** and waste someone elses time.[/p][/quote]Youre the one who is full of it Billy and you know it....a typical coward..jog on sunshine kent141

8:30pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.
I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad...

...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?
Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season.
Gonna have to agree to disagree there.

Wielding the chequebook is not necessarily gonna change anything. Let's face facts...we are in a struggle this season and no matter who we sign in a No1 shirt is going to have to deal with a few nervy situations...and potentially deal with a nervous crowd behind him.

I think we (as fans) are sometimes too quick to make our judgements...especia


lly on our keepers.
appreciate your comments Bill and am more than happy to agree to disagree after all the most important thing in all of this is that our beloved Saints continue to strive to improve in any way possible and that any squad member on the pitch deserves our full support and backing while playing for our great club, and sometimes like Theo and Oxo last night even when they no longer play for Saints
That ......COYR
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: i could not be bothered to read all the sh1 t spouted above.........the usual suspects know who you are.....my take on Boruc it that he should be renamed to dropped a boruc .......he could catch a cold, he fell over a couple of times and his kicking distribution was very poor. he was just content with lumping up anywhere and hoping a Saints shirt would get on the end of it. he lumped it out of play and even toward JP hoping that he would win it in the air. his only good point was that his distribution from his hands was good. I think this has really highlighted the fact that we do really need a good established keeper. dropped a boruc and kelvin are not up to the job. gazza is one for the future.[/p][/quote]I think we all are aware of the weaknesses in our squad... ...the problem being how do we find a solution. Do we give our current keepers a chance to prove themselves...or do we just pull out the cheque book and pray that a new keeper settles in immediately?[/p][/quote]Bill, I am not sure that we can afford to give our current keepers a chance. our defence has improved dramatically with the inclusion of young Luke Shaw and Corky. All the hard work done shoring up a leaky defence is being undone by dodgy keepers. I know it is the easy option just to go out and spend money on solving a problem. but can we really afford not to. our upturn in results lately must not be jeopardised hoping that what we already have comes good. on that analogy why would we buy anyone???.......just sit back and have blind faith that what we have will eventually come good. It is of course even more important this season to ensure that we stay in the premiership as the financial rewards are greatly increased next season. We have played well enough lately to make me believe that we will be safe, but why take that chance. lets really build a good enough squad now and have an even greater push next season.[/p][/quote]Gonna have to agree to disagree there. Wielding the chequebook is not necessarily gonna change anything. Let's face facts...we are in a struggle this season and no matter who we sign in a No1 shirt is going to have to deal with a few nervy situations...and potentially deal with a nervous crowd behind him. I think we (as fans) are sometimes too quick to make our judgements...especia lly on our keepers.[/p][/quote]appreciate your comments Bill and am more than happy to agree to disagree after all the most important thing in all of this is that our beloved Saints continue to strive to improve in any way possible and that any squad member on the pitch deserves our full support and backing while playing for our great club, and sometimes like Theo and Oxo last night even when they no longer play for Saints[/p][/quote]That ......COYR Baddesley Bill

8:39pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy
Nope. 5ft 11 with a right hook lke a hammer......where and when?.....your call lightweight
....waiting......gut
less wonder....
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son.[/p][/quote]From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy[/p][/quote]Nope. 5ft 11 with a right hook lke a hammer......where and when?.....your call lightweight[/p][/quote]....waiting......gut less wonder.... J7junctionseven

8:51pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy
Nope. 5ft 11 with a right hook lke a hammer......where and when?.....your call lightweight
....waiting......gut


less wonder....
Oh looks whats turned up...the frock wearing Rambo wannabee, go out dancing with Billy or something nancy boy....
where and when gutless wonder?....waiting..
... cluck, cluck lightweight
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son.[/p][/quote]From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy[/p][/quote]Nope. 5ft 11 with a right hook lke a hammer......where and when?.....your call lightweight[/p][/quote]....waiting......gut less wonder....[/p][/quote]Oh looks whats turned up...the frock wearing Rambo wannabee, go out dancing with Billy or something nancy boy....[/p][/quote]where and when gutless wonder?....waiting.. ... cluck, cluck lightweight J7junctionseven

8:53pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you. Baddesley Bill

8:56pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him. slugger

9:04pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
I guess so....
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]I guess so.... Baddesley Bill

9:04pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Lol ..... yeah , it'll be fun .
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Lol ..... yeah , it'll be fun . slugger

9:05pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Warsash Saint says...

I was concerned wth Boruc handling. Anything with height he seemed to struggle.getting his arms above his head. He should be moving to takethe ball at the highest point, not wait for it to reach him. His distribution from his hands was first class, the best I have seen at St Mary's. Longterm we need another keeper, if its the difference between staying up or going down we need o do it now.
I was concerned wth Boruc handling. Anything with height he seemed to struggle.getting his arms above his head. He should be moving to takethe ball at the highest point, not wait for it to reach him. His distribution from his hands was first class, the best I have seen at St Mary's. Longterm we need another keeper, if its the difference between staying up or going down we need o do it now. Warsash Saint

9:10pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

I thought that after those first 15 minutes Boruc's keeping (stopping the ball ending up in the net) was fine. His distribution with his hands was excellent. His kicks were dire in the main.

However, what we need is someone to stop the ball going in the net, so I could forgive the inability to kick.

Someone above claimed he spilled at 85mins or so (can't be bothered to look) but I didn't notice it at the time or on the extended highlights.

I thought he was a divvy last time he played but I did warm to him after the first 15mins last night. I suspect NA will give him a few starts; hopefully he'll settle down a little more (particularly if NA has told him he has a few games to prove himself)
I thought that after those first 15 minutes Boruc's keeping (stopping the ball ending up in the net) was fine. His distribution with his hands was excellent. His kicks were dire in the main. However, what we need is someone to stop the ball going in the net, so I could forgive the inability to kick. Someone above claimed he spilled at 85mins or so (can't be bothered to look) but I didn't notice it at the time or on the extended highlights. I thought he was a divvy last time he played but I did warm to him after the first 15mins last night. I suspect NA will give him a few starts; hopefully he'll settle down a little more (particularly if NA has told him he has a few games to prove himself) Velleity

9:10pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it.... J7junctionseven

9:10pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear. SAINTStevie61163

9:19pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

Everton 2-1 up at the Toon....well handy
Everton 2-1 up at the Toon....well handy J7junctionseven

9:19pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....
....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....[/p][/quote]....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing..... kent141

9:23pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ! slugger

9:25pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Velleity says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes.

The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all.

You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start.

(I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see.

I HOPE I'm right!
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes. The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all. You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start. (I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see. I HOPE I'm right! Velleity

9:27pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
Oh ..... yes i did go ...... i'm a season ticket holder and therefore my views are far more important than those that aren't
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ![/p][/quote]Oh ..... yes i did go ...... i'm a season ticket holder and therefore my views are far more important than those that aren't slugger

9:28pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ![/p][/quote]on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with SAINTStevie61163

9:31pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....
....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....
How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....[/p][/quote]....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....[/p][/quote]How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder J7junctionseven

9:33pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with
I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ![/p][/quote]on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with[/p][/quote]I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it . slugger

9:38pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

Velleity wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes.

The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all.

You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start.

(I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see.

I HOPE I'm right!
Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu
t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes. The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all. You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start. (I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see. I HOPE I'm right![/p][/quote]Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article SAINTStevie61163

9:43pm Wed 2 Jan 13

st1halo says...

slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with
I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .
Me too Slugger, said it this afternoon in this thread, something tells me he is going to do well, apart from the dodgy start and puting aside the fact he didn't have much to do, some things he did with consumate ease whereas others would be flapping... Lets hope we're right!!!


STID
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ![/p][/quote]on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with[/p][/quote]I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .[/p][/quote]Me too Slugger, said it this afternoon in this thread, something tells me he is going to do well, apart from the dodgy start and puting aside the fact he didn't have much to do, some things he did with consumate ease whereas others would be flapping... Lets hope we're right!!! STID st1halo

9:47pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....
....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....
How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder
Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....[/p][/quote]....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....[/p][/quote]How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder[/p][/quote]Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward kent141

9:47pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

Last time for you to be big brave soldier like mummy has always wanted and back up that gob of yours.
Where and when....easy question even for a coward like you...cluck, cluck...waiting....
Last time for you to be big brave soldier like mummy has always wanted and back up that gob of yours. Where and when....easy question even for a coward like you...cluck, cluck...waiting.... J7junctionseven

9:48pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with
I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .
Me too Slugger, said it this afternoon in this thread, something tells me he is going to do well, apart from the dodgy start and puting aside the fact he didn't have much to do, some things he did with consumate ease whereas others would be flapping... Lets hope we're right!!!


STID
it's a gut feeling ............ as you said .... "let's hope we're right" !
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ![/p][/quote]on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with[/p][/quote]I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .[/p][/quote]Me too Slugger, said it this afternoon in this thread, something tells me he is going to do well, apart from the dodgy start and puting aside the fact he didn't have much to do, some things he did with consumate ease whereas others would be flapping... Lets hope we're right!!! STID[/p][/quote]it's a gut feeling ............ as you said .... "let's hope we're right" ! slugger

9:49pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes.

The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all.

You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start.

(I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see.

I HOPE I'm right!
Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu

t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article
Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night.
The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference.
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes. The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all. You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start. (I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see. I HOPE I'm right![/p][/quote]Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article[/p][/quote]Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night. The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference. Baddesley Bill

9:51pm Wed 2 Jan 13

kent141 says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
Last time for you to be big brave soldier like mummy has always wanted and back up that gob of yours.
Where and when....easy question even for a coward like you...cluck, cluck...waiting....
Put up your address and i will pop round .
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: Last time for you to be big brave soldier like mummy has always wanted and back up that gob of yours. Where and when....easy question even for a coward like you...cluck, cluck...waiting....[/p][/quote]Put up your address and i will pop round . kent141

9:59pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes.

The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all.

You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start.

(I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see.

I HOPE I'm right!
Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu


t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article
Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night.
The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference.
like I said earlier Bill can we afford not to gamble........and there are still good steady keepers out there that wont cost a mint.......one that springs to mind instantly is Schmeichel at Leicester...........
distribution good (tick) shot stopping good (tick) young (tick) and I am sure that he is no the only one. I still think that there is a very good chance we will get Butland this window.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes. The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all. You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start. (I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see. I HOPE I'm right![/p][/quote]Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article[/p][/quote]Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night. The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference.[/p][/quote]like I said earlier Bill can we afford not to gamble........and there are still good steady keepers out there that wont cost a mint.......one that springs to mind instantly is Schmeichel at Leicester........... distribution good (tick) shot stopping good (tick) young (tick) and I am sure that he is no the only one. I still think that there is a very good chance we will get Butland this window. SAINTStevie61163

10:04pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Last time for you to be big brave soldier like mummy has always wanted and back up that gob of yours.
Where and when....easy question even for a coward like you...cluck, cluck...waiting....
Put up your address and i will pop round .
Butts Rd , Sholing
Outside Tescos.
How long will you be and will mumy be there?
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: Last time for you to be big brave soldier like mummy has always wanted and back up that gob of yours. Where and when....easy question even for a coward like you...cluck, cluck...waiting....[/p][/quote]Put up your address and i will pop round .[/p][/quote]Butts Rd , Sholing Outside Tescos. How long will you be and will mumy be there? J7junctionseven

10:05pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes.

The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all.

You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start.

(I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see.

I HOPE I'm right!
Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu



t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article
Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night.
The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference.
like I said earlier Bill can we afford not to gamble........and there are still good steady keepers out there that wont cost a mint.......one that springs to mind instantly is Schmeichel at Leicester...........

distribution good (tick) shot stopping good (tick) young (tick) and I am sure that he is no the only one. I still think that there is a very good chance we will get Butland this window.
It could well happen...but let's not kid ourselves. This league would be a step up for either of them...and one slip up in their first game would have us having the same conversations on this very same forum.

...whatever happens...I think we'll be ok.
[quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes. The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all. You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start. (I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see. I HOPE I'm right![/p][/quote]Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article[/p][/quote]Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night. The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference.[/p][/quote]like I said earlier Bill can we afford not to gamble........and there are still good steady keepers out there that wont cost a mint.......one that springs to mind instantly is Schmeichel at Leicester........... distribution good (tick) shot stopping good (tick) young (tick) and I am sure that he is no the only one. I still think that there is a very good chance we will get Butland this window.[/p][/quote]It could well happen...but let's not kid ourselves. This league would be a step up for either of them...and one slip up in their first game would have us having the same conversations on this very same forum. ...whatever happens...I think we'll be ok. Baddesley Bill

10:07pm Wed 2 Jan 13

slugger says...

kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....
....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....
How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder
Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward
.....well no doubt this is the last post so ta ta you bunch of kunts....
XX kent .
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....[/p][/quote]....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....[/p][/quote]How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder[/p][/quote]Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward[/p][/quote].....well no doubt this is the last post so ta ta you bunch of kunts....[/p][/quote]XX kent . slugger

10:08pm Wed 2 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest).

...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....
....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....
How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder
Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward
.....well no doubt this is the last post so ta ta you bunch of kunts....
XX kent .
RIP kent
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....[/p][/quote]....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....[/p][/quote]How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder[/p][/quote]Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward[/p][/quote].....well no doubt this is the last post so ta ta you bunch of kunts....[/p][/quote]XX kent .[/p][/quote]RIP kent J7junctionseven

10:09pm Wed 2 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes.

The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all.

You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start.

(I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see.

I HOPE I'm right!
Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu




t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article
Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night.
The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference.
like I said earlier Bill can we afford not to gamble........and there are still good steady keepers out there that wont cost a mint.......one that springs to mind instantly is Schmeichel at Leicester...........


distribution good (tick) shot stopping good (tick) young (tick) and I am sure that he is no the only one. I still think that there is a very good chance we will get Butland this window.
It could well happen...but let's not kid ourselves. This league would be a step up for either of them...and one slip up in their first game would have us having the same conversations on this very same forum.

...whatever happens...I think we'll be ok.
I got my finger crossed Bill.......enjoyed the debate tonight fellas Bill, Slugger Velliety.......much better to have a reasoned debate than all the other sh1 t written on here tonight
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]I was there (as was Slugger) and I saw that after the first four touches or so (which I'll agree were abysmal) he stopped making handling or judgment mistakes. The crowd (including me) were expecting it but he didn't mess up again. His kicking, I'll agree, was poor, but that was all. You may have seen things I missed but I really didn't see errors after the start. (I come to this really, genuinely, thinkig that he was a grade one divot the last time I saw him, so I've taken some convincing). As I said, I think NA will give him a game or three and we'll see. I HOPE I'm right![/p][/quote]Valleity, you are right there were not any real obvious errors after the first few touches. there was a problem however with the defence playing it to his right side and him then taking an extra touch to get it on his left resulting in the oppositions forwards closing him down far too close for comfort. as I said in my original post his distribution from his hands was great.............bu t his general kicking was very poor and for me he did not fill me with confidence. I always seemed to be waiting with baited breath everytime the ball was played to him. what we could really do with is a keeper with the shot stopping skill of KD, the kicking distribution of Gazza and the hand distribution of Boruc after all they all have their plus points but none of them are the complete article[/p][/quote]Steve...there wasn't a Saints fan in SMS who wasn't looking at our keeper with a critical eye last night. The issue is whether Boruc can improve...or do we potentially gamble on a keeper who can instantly settle in and provide us with a composed performance. My point is that I don't believe that an incoming keeper (within our price range) will make any significant difference.[/p][/quote]like I said earlier Bill can we afford not to gamble........and there are still good steady keepers out there that wont cost a mint.......one that springs to mind instantly is Schmeichel at Leicester........... distribution good (tick) shot stopping good (tick) young (tick) and I am sure that he is no the only one. I still think that there is a very good chance we will get Butland this window.[/p][/quote]It could well happen...but let's not kid ourselves. This league would be a step up for either of them...and one slip up in their first game would have us having the same conversations on this very same forum. ...whatever happens...I think we'll be ok.[/p][/quote]I got my finger crossed Bill.......enjoyed the debate tonight fellas Bill, Slugger Velliety.......much better to have a reasoned debate than all the other sh1 t written on here tonight SAINTStevie61163

10:20pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
kent141 wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).
Do you think he is spotty ?
He will be when his balls drop .
Do you really think he has any?
I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.
So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.
If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?
I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.
Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?
He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.
You really are heading for a kicking son.
From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy
You're full of it but have bottled two chances to meet up. You are a true skate. Now **** and waste someone elses time.
Youre the one who is full of it Billy and you know it....a typical coward..jog on sunshine
Address Kuntish one or a meeting place, come on brave cyber warrior you can do it.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Kents' address is written on the label in his winter coat , the one with the matching mittens (tied together with elastic to stop him losing them).[/p][/quote]Do you think he is spotty ?[/p][/quote]He will be when his balls drop .[/p][/quote]Do you really think he has any?[/p][/quote]I fear they would be lodged in his throat if J7 caught up with him.[/p][/quote]So old junky is that way inclined is he ? doesent surprise me somehow.[/p][/quote]If only you could have seen the look in his eyes ....... easy to be brave where you are eh ?[/p][/quote]I can picture him now... not sure about the frock and blouse he is wearing but he does look scary for sure.[/p][/quote]Kent I would be delighted to arrange for you to meet him. Up for it?[/p][/quote]He will no doubt be as unreliable as you are Billy im sure of that.[/p][/quote]You really are heading for a kicking son.[/p][/quote]From a 6ft3 Flash Gordon lookalike , i think not Billy[/p][/quote]You're full of it but have bottled two chances to meet up. You are a true skate. Now **** and waste someone elses time.[/p][/quote]Youre the one who is full of it Billy and you know it....a typical coward..jog on sunshine[/p][/quote]Address Kuntish one or a meeting place, come on brave cyber warrior you can do it. warrens 76

10:23pm Wed 2 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with
I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .
Me too! even when he messed up there was a peculier confidence in himself that he would get it right....remember all goalies are mad..they have to be, to be any good.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ![/p][/quote]on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with[/p][/quote]I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .[/p][/quote]Me too! even when he messed up there was a peculier confidence in himself that he would get it right....remember all goalies are mad..they have to be, to be any good. warrens 76

11:39pm Wed 2 Jan 13

More Glory says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
slugger wrote:
kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.
I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...
Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....
....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....
How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder
Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward
.....well no doubt this is the last post so ta ta you bunch of kunts....
XX kent .
RIP kent
Alas poor Kent, I knew him not well. Well I certainly have missed all the fun tonight. I wonder into whose err body he will be re-incarnated next time - emh Hampshire141?
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Kent141...I'd be a little careful if I was you. You are attempting to taunt a Saint with lots of useful contacts (internet provider's addresses are traceable)...and another with a serious right hook (he wasn't joking...honest). ...I'd give it a little rest if I was you.[/p][/quote]I can expect a visit from a Flash Gordon lookalike, a nancy boy who wears a frock and makes clucking noises and a few other simpletons then...[/p][/quote]Nope....one proper bloke only. You can bring your mummy if it'll make you feel a bit braver. Tell her to bring a spade with her though...she'll need it....[/p][/quote]....more like bring a fashion catologue with her so you can swop the lastest ideas in ladies clothing.....[/p][/quote]How's she going to dig your grave with catalogue (note the spelling)..silly, thick lightweight....where and when? ...last time gutless wonder[/p][/quote]Oh last time as you keep reporting me until i am banned, pathetic little coward[/p][/quote].....well no doubt this is the last post so ta ta you bunch of kunts....[/p][/quote]XX kent .[/p][/quote]RIP kent[/p][/quote]Alas poor Kent, I knew him not well. Well I certainly have missed all the fun tonight. I wonder into whose err body he will be re-incarnated next time - emh Hampshire141? More Glory

12:27am Thu 3 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

warrens 76 wrote:
slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
SAINTStevie61163 wrote:
slugger wrote:
No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.
Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.
Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet !
on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with
I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .
Me too! even when he messed up there was a peculier confidence in himself that he would get it right....remember all goalies are mad..they have to be, to be any good.
Twist or stick? My feeling is we'll stick and won't be seeing another keeper this window/season. Including Forecast (Tommy's still officially a Saints player) we already have at least five of them.

Instead, I think the coaching staff will do (and already ARE DOING) all they can to improve what we have, just as they seem to have done with the likes of Rickie over the past couple of seasons and with Fonte this season.

Of course Forecast and Krodper (is that the correct name?) won't feature and I don't think we can get much more out of Kelv. However, should he be picked again, he'll have my support.

So, in reality, it's between Gazza and Borac. Gazza will improve and, as most who have seen him seem to agree, he's one for the future. (Gazza has time. At what age did Tim Flowers finally take over as our No. 1?) He was injured and, I assume, is still injured. So, when fit, maybe he'll walk back in, I don't know. If picked, we can expect errors and a fair amount of great saves.

Otherwise, I expect to see Borac get a run. I hardly saw any of his first two disasterous outings but watched with interest yesterday. Yes, he was nervous. He reminded me of Bart when he came in against Blackpool. Luckily, this time, having got away with similar early gaffs, he didn't allow one through his legs and started to steady himself. He may yet turn out to be the answer or, at least, the best answer we have.

Let's hope, which ever one is picked, the fans will get behind him. I won't defend the guy for throwing a bottle but the stick he got from certain fans in his first match at SMS was a disgrace.

So, in short, let's not write any of our first 3 keepers off just yet.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAINTStevie61163[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: No doubt in my mind now (slugger has been thinking) Boruc will be our no 1 keeper for most of the season , i'm warming to the fella to be honest ...... if one can laugh at one's self but improve as a result he'll be ok ...... i kind of sense that in him.[/p][/quote]Slugger, did you go to the game last night?....... I cant believe that you would be happy to see Boruc in goal for the rest of the season.......you must have a stronger heart than mine, as mine was constantly in my throat every time he got near the ball!! and another thing I know it was not his fault but why did our defenders constantly play the ball to his right when he was obviously more comfortable on his left. I don't think that sticking with a dodgy keeper in our return to the premiership is the best policy and may well end up costing us our place. But never mind eh we will only go down to the championship and miss out on millions of extra pounds. the trouble with laughing at oneself is that the rest of the stadium wont be laughing when he makes a comical mistake that ends up costing us dear.[/p][/quote]Know what you're saying ..... my point was that i think Nigel will stick with him and he'll improve , not saying it's what we should do , i just feel that's what'll happen ............. has Kent hidden under mummy's bed yet ![/p][/quote]on the contrary I think NA was having another look in a competitive match before making his mind up on buying a replacement. I think last night has now convinced NA to ask NC to get the cheque book out. For the record Kent is atwat and not worth bothering with[/p][/quote]I just have this feeling that Boruc will be a hero for us ...... god know's why , i just have it .[/p][/quote]Me too! even when he messed up there was a peculier confidence in himself that he would get it right....remember all goalies are mad..they have to be, to be any good.[/p][/quote]Twist or stick? My feeling is we'll stick and won't be seeing another keeper this window/season. Including Forecast (Tommy's still officially a Saints player) we already have at least five of them. Instead, I think the coaching staff will do (and already ARE DOING) all they can to improve what we have, just as they seem to have done with the likes of Rickie over the past couple of seasons and with Fonte this season. Of course Forecast and Krodper (is that the correct name?) won't feature and I don't think we can get much more out of Kelv. However, should he be picked again, he'll have my support. So, in reality, it's between Gazza and Borac. Gazza will improve and, as most who have seen him seem to agree, he's one for the future. (Gazza has time. At what age did Tim Flowers finally take over as our No. 1?) He was injured and, I assume, is still injured. So, when fit, maybe he'll walk back in, I don't know. If picked, we can expect errors and a fair amount of great saves. Otherwise, I expect to see Borac get a run. I hardly saw any of his first two disasterous outings but watched with interest yesterday. Yes, he was nervous. He reminded me of Bart when he came in against Blackpool. Luckily, this time, having got away with similar early gaffs, he didn't allow one through his legs and started to steady himself. He may yet turn out to be the answer or, at least, the best answer we have. Let's hope, which ever one is picked, the fans will get behind him. I won't defend the guy for throwing a bottle but the stick he got from certain fans in his first match at SMS was a disgrace. So, in short, let's not write any of our first 3 keepers off just yet. Strasbourg Saint

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