Schneiderlin's the best tackler in Europe

Daily Echo: Morgan Schneiderlin Morgan Schneiderlin

Morgan Schneiderlin has gone from the depths of League One to officially establish himself as one of the top midfielders in Europe.

The Frenchman had only been at Saints for one season when they were relegated to the third tier of English football.

But the former Strasbourg man stayed with the club and battled back to the top flight where he has become a star name.

His impact and importance has been underlined this week by official figures that cover players from Europe’s top five divisions.

They show that Schneiderlin has made 162 tackles and interceptions this season, more than any other player across the five major leagues of Europe.

He also tops the average number of tackles made per game for any outfield player in the Premier League with 4.1 while an average of 3.3 interceptions per match puts him fifth in the top flight.

Schneiderlin’s £1.2m signing in the summer of 2008 was one of the first deals Rupert Lowe completed on his controversial return to St Mary’s.

The midfielder was only 18 when he joined the club, moving away from home for the first time to a country where he knew little of the football that awaited him and didn’t speak the language.

His first season was a tough one as he was thrust into a very young side that floundered in the Championship, eventually getting relegated as the club plunged into administration.

When Alan Pardew took over he immediately spotted Schneiderlin’s potential and went about toughening him up.

Over the course of a season Schneiderlin was turned from a flair player who had an excellent range of passing but was easily physically beaten by the punishing players of League One into an all-round talent.

Under Nigel Adkins he started to develop into a thoroughbred of a holding central midfield player and has flourished the further up the divisions he has gone.

Landing in the Premier League has suited him even better and his partnership with the fit again Jack Cork has arguably proved the catalyst for Saints turning their season around.

Schneiderlin has long since been linked with a move to Arsenal and you can see why Arsene Wenger might be a fan.

But Schneiderlin is a fixture at Saints these days and at just 23-years-old has already made over 150 appearances for the club.

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8:38am Fri 25 Jan 13

Confucious says...

I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.
I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe. Confucious
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8:39am Fri 25 Jan 13

Puddletown Saint says...

Morgan is totally underated. A superb player who can be the heart beat of our club for years to come.

No mention that he also covers the most mileage in the PL - and can score as well. Must surely be in the French squad soon.
Morgan is totally underated. A superb player who can be the heart beat of our club for years to come. No mention that he also covers the most mileage in the PL - and can score as well. Must surely be in the French squad soon. Puddletown Saint
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8:39am Fri 25 Jan 13

lambo83 says...

Put simply he is the mutts nuts, if he carries on this way I can see one of the real top clubs coming in for him.
Put simply he is the mutts nuts, if he carries on this way I can see one of the real top clubs coming in for him. lambo83
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8:44am Fri 25 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

Confucious wrote:
I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.
I don't think you quite have the jist of this article - although they do mention something about hardening up - oops that should read toughening up. An easy mistake Confucious!
Him and Corky have been a revelation since they joined up again this season. Morgan is up amongst the best defensive midfielders in the country - but I think his job is made easier with Cork in the team.
I would love to see him score more - like against United - but his role is protecting the fragile back four (in the middle).
We know he gets it wrong sometimes - look at the yellow card count. However compared to many he seems to be able to control the aggression when required.
I guess he will be one of the first names on the team sheet these days along with Guly & Ramirez!!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.[/p][/quote]I don't think you quite have the jist of this article - although they do mention something about hardening up - oops that should read toughening up. An easy mistake Confucious! Him and Corky have been a revelation since they joined up again this season. Morgan is up amongst the best defensive midfielders in the country - but I think his job is made easier with Cork in the team. I would love to see him score more - like against United - but his role is protecting the fragile back four (in the middle). We know he gets it wrong sometimes - look at the yellow card count. However compared to many he seems to be able to control the aggression when required. I guess he will be one of the first names on the team sheet these days along with Guly & Ramirez!! St.Yorkie
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8:47am Fri 25 Jan 13

Confucious says...

When we play at Swansea in April the ball boys will need to lock the ball in a safe to stop Spiderman from getting it off them.
When we play at Swansea in April the ball boys will need to lock the ball in a safe to stop Spiderman from getting it off them. Confucious
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8:50am Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

I think NA used to get him playing horizontally across the front if the back 4, and a lot of his passes were in that direction, but in the Everton game he seemed to be far more up and own the pitch. One minute taking the ball from their centre forward, the next he was up alongside Rickie.
His value will rocket over the next couple of months.
I think NA used to get him playing horizontally across the front if the back 4, and a lot of his passes were in that direction, but in the Everton game he seemed to be far more up and own the pitch. One minute taking the ball from their centre forward, the next he was up alongside Rickie. His value will rocket over the next couple of months. SaintMax
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8:58am Fri 25 Jan 13

Confucious says...

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9:00am Fri 25 Jan 13

jonny-shuttle says...

The thing is with Schneiderlin is he has the coolest name too which doubles up as Spiderman which kinda makes him a supethero in my book.
The thing is with Schneiderlin is he has the coolest name too which doubles up as Spiderman which kinda makes him a supethero in my book. jonny-shuttle
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9:02am Fri 25 Jan 13

Ozmosis says...

His yellow card count is up a bit, but I don't necessarily think that it's him getting it wrong. At times, I think he is "taking one for the team" to limit attacking runs. Whilst I'm not a huge fan of the cynical type of play, if it stops goals being scored then so be it.
His yellow card count is up a bit, but I don't necessarily think that it's him getting it wrong. At times, I think he is "taking one for the team" to limit attacking runs. Whilst I'm not a huge fan of the cynical type of play, if it stops goals being scored then so be it. Ozmosis
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9:06am Fri 25 Jan 13

chapelsaint says...

Confucious wrote:
Pardon the commercial break, but in addition to my popular "PFC Badge On Every Sheet" bog roll, the toiletries range at Confucious@sfcgifts.

com now also includes "The Jason Puncheon Compressed Cotton Bumplug" at only £4.99 each (plus VAT).
Applicator extra?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Pardon the commercial break, but in addition to my popular "PFC Badge On Every Sheet" bog roll, the toiletries range at Confucious@sfcgifts. com now also includes "The Jason Puncheon Compressed Cotton Bumplug" at only £4.99 each (plus VAT).[/p][/quote]Applicator extra? chapelsaint
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9:10am Fri 25 Jan 13

Jesus_02 says...

Stats dont mean a great deal unless they say something you want to here.

Morgan in a future star, he was good in League 1 because he was naturally tallented. He has been good in Championship and Prem becuase he has worked hard to improve.

"Hard work beats tallent when tallent doesnt work hard"
Stats dont mean a great deal unless they say something you want to here. Morgan in a future star, he was good in League 1 because he was naturally tallented. He has been good in Championship and Prem becuase he has worked hard to improve. "Hard work beats tallent when tallent doesnt work hard" Jesus_02
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9:10am Fri 25 Jan 13

RedArmy1 says...

RESPECT TO THE MAN WHO IS PREPARED TO GET STUCK IN.

RESPECT TO PUNCH FOR UPPING HIS GAME.

We all know how Fergie and Manure work. We have history of beating them.

He taps his watch - the signal fo the midfield to up their tempo and then as a footballing side they pin the opposition in the final third of the football pitch pressurizing and taking pot shots on goals with RVP to smash in goals.

FRUSTRATE FERGIE and when the time comes - hit him where it hurts with a SMASH into the back of their net -to produce the red face and familiar water in his eyes.

HIT HIM where it hurts - he does not ike it UP him.

European sides have gone to Old Trafford and got the WIN. We are showing Eurpean Form - so why not us ???

A visit to the Nou Camp will have done the MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON'S confidence no harm at all at what can be achieved.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY AND WE RULE THE SOUTH.
COYR
RESPECT TO THE MAN WHO IS PREPARED TO GET STUCK IN. RESPECT TO PUNCH FOR UPPING HIS GAME. We all know how Fergie and Manure work. We have history of beating them. He taps his watch - the signal fo the midfield to up their tempo and then as a footballing side they pin the opposition in the final third of the football pitch pressurizing and taking pot shots on goals with RVP to smash in goals. FRUSTRATE FERGIE and when the time comes - hit him where it hurts with a SMASH into the back of their net -to produce the red face and familiar water in his eyes. HIT HIM where it hurts - he does not ike it UP him. European sides have gone to Old Trafford and got the WIN. We are showing Eurpean Form - so why not us ??? A visit to the Nou Camp will have done the MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON'S confidence no harm at all at what can be achieved. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY AND WE RULE THE SOUTH. COYR RedArmy1
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9:18am Fri 25 Jan 13

Tirau Dan says...

We raised a glass on Weds to this news.. Spider is awesome at the moment.. talk of Lucas Biglia coming in and Coutinho to add to the midfield is amazing.. Lucas and Morgan would put up the best midfield holding wall in the prem- add Coutinho in front of them and we'd run riot.. Good things coming our way... ALL Supposition to date but fingers crossed.

Good on you St Morgan.
We raised a glass on Weds to this news.. Spider is awesome at the moment.. talk of Lucas Biglia coming in and Coutinho to add to the midfield is amazing.. Lucas and Morgan would put up the best midfield holding wall in the prem- add Coutinho in front of them and we'd run riot.. Good things coming our way... ALL Supposition to date but fingers crossed. Good on you St Morgan. Tirau Dan
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9:24am Fri 25 Jan 13

North Wales Saint says...

Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!! North Wales Saint
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9:24am Fri 25 Jan 13

mikeyg2108 says...

In my opinion Schneiderlin is more suited to Premiership football and he has been one of the stand out players this year.

As already mentioned if he could score a few more goals he would be the perfect midfielder!
In my opinion Schneiderlin is more suited to Premiership football and he has been one of the stand out players this year. As already mentioned if he could score a few more goals he would be the perfect midfielder! mikeyg2108
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9:26am Fri 25 Jan 13

North Wales Saint says...

Southampton F C even !
Southampton F C even ! North Wales Saint
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9:31am Fri 25 Jan 13

Saint 2701 says...

Player of the season so far. Morgan has been absolutely outstanding, pleasure to watch! Surely due a France call up.
Player of the season so far. Morgan has been absolutely outstanding, pleasure to watch! Surely due a France call up. Saint 2701
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9:32am Fri 25 Jan 13

Dave Juson says...

jonny-shuttle wrote:
The thing is with Schneiderlin is he has the coolest name too which doubles up as Spiderman which kinda makes him a supethero in my book.
Being such a wizard player, Merlin (M-organ Schneid-erlin) would be better. Can't see it cating on though.
[quote][p][bold]jonny-shuttle[/bold] wrote: The thing is with Schneiderlin is he has the coolest name too which doubles up as Spiderman which kinda makes him a supethero in my book.[/p][/quote]Being such a wizard player, Merlin (M-organ Schneid-erlin) would be better. Can't see it cating on though. Dave Juson
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9:36am Fri 25 Jan 13

devonsaint2 says...

North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
North Wales Saints...as a long distance
supporter I felt very down after NA was dismissed.
The Everton game made me feel a lot better. The players just play for the club it seems.
I then read the Sky article 'Saints masterplan 'on News Now Southampton from Wed 23rd. It made things much clearer.
One thing for sure try not to worry to much on what others say. They all have their own agenda. Listen to Redknapp stirring it about NA . He's only doing it to put extra pressure on us
[quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]North Wales Saints...as a long distance supporter I felt very down after NA was dismissed. The Everton game made me feel a lot better. The players just play for the club it seems. I then read the Sky article 'Saints masterplan 'on News Now Southampton from Wed 23rd. It made things much clearer. One thing for sure try not to worry to much on what others say. They all have their own agenda. Listen to Redknapp stirring it about NA . He's only doing it to put extra pressure on us devonsaint2
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9:36am Fri 25 Jan 13

Rockhopper says...

North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Couldn't care less how other people perceive Saints and likewise couldn't care less about their clubs either!
[quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Couldn't care less how other people perceive Saints and likewise couldn't care less about their clubs either! Rockhopper
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9:53am Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
[quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say. St Retford
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9:58am Fri 25 Jan 13

right back in the bar says...

One of the best players to wear a Saints shirt in decades -already my player of the season - and hope that he goes on and has a long career with us. Its all about his defensive game at the moment but with his range of passing he could be more of a playmaker as well.
One of the best players to wear a Saints shirt in decades -already my player of the season - and hope that he goes on and has a long career with us. Its all about his defensive game at the moment but with his range of passing he could be more of a playmaker as well. right back in the bar
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10:02am Fri 25 Jan 13

st bevois says...

Rockhopper wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Couldn't care less how other people perceive Saints and likewise couldn't care less about their clubs either!
Northern football writer can't stand the thought that his team is not even top 4 anymore! With Everton and Spurs raising their game, Liverpool are not even top 6 and now he has to face the fact that there is a chairman and a club down here that aims to get in amongst them and increase the competition!!
[quote][p][bold]Rockhopper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Couldn't care less how other people perceive Saints and likewise couldn't care less about their clubs either![/p][/quote]Northern football writer can't stand the thought that his team is not even top 4 anymore! With Everton and Spurs raising their game, Liverpool are not even top 6 and now he has to face the fact that there is a chairman and a club down here that aims to get in amongst them and increase the competition!! st bevois
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10:05am Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!! SaintMax
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10:06am Fri 25 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

6
6 Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:09am Fri 25 Jan 13

Red&WhiteStripes says...

Seem to remember Arsene Wenger trying to steal him away once we'd been relegated to Div 1 but we managed to retain him. Blooming good job we did....Always been a big fan of his and agree with previous poster that he is surely due a French cap soon
Seem to remember Arsene Wenger trying to steal him away once we'd been relegated to Div 1 but we managed to retain him. Blooming good job we did....Always been a big fan of his and agree with previous poster that he is surely due a French cap soon Red&WhiteStripes
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10:14am Fri 25 Jan 13

Dubai-saints89 says...

the fact hes been with the club since the age of 18 shows how committed he is.
he risked his international career with the French youth team to stay and play regular football with a lower league club at the time..
well...its all paid off and im sure a call up to the French national team will be coming as well as a host of top European teams will be chasing him..

and only 23, wow.
the fact hes been with the club since the age of 18 shows how committed he is. he risked his international career with the French youth team to stay and play regular football with a lower league club at the time.. well...its all paid off and im sure a call up to the French national team will be coming as well as a host of top European teams will be chasing him.. and only 23, wow. Dubai-saints89
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10:14am Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

Red&WhiteStripes wrote:
Seem to remember Arsene Wenger trying to steal him away once we'd been relegated to Div 1 but we managed to retain him. Blooming good job we did....Always been a big fan of his and agree with previous poster that he is surely due a French cap soon
is it me, or does a French cap sound like a contraceptive?
[quote][p][bold]Red&WhiteStripes[/bold] wrote: Seem to remember Arsene Wenger trying to steal him away once we'd been relegated to Div 1 but we managed to retain him. Blooming good job we did....Always been a big fan of his and agree with previous poster that he is surely due a French cap soon[/p][/quote]is it me, or does a French cap sound like a contraceptive? SaintMax
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10:30am Fri 25 Jan 13

Eastbourne Outpost says...

Nice to see a positive story in the Echo for a change.....
Nice to see a positive story in the Echo for a change..... Eastbourne Outpost
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10:37am Fri 25 Jan 13

Confucious says...

SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club.

Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool.

There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club. Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool. There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead. Confucious
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10:37am Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Red&WhiteStripes wrote:
Seem to remember Arsene Wenger trying to steal him away once we'd been relegated to Div 1 but we managed to retain him. Blooming good job we did....Always been a big fan of his and agree with previous poster that he is surely due a French cap soon
To make life easier on himself Arsene should apply for the Saints job as it looks like he wants all our best players. Schneiderlin is the best young Frenchman in the prem, looks like Arsene missed the boat on that one. Sacré bleu
[quote][p][bold]Red&WhiteStripes[/bold] wrote: Seem to remember Arsene Wenger trying to steal him away once we'd been relegated to Div 1 but we managed to retain him. Blooming good job we did....Always been a big fan of his and agree with previous poster that he is surely due a French cap soon[/p][/quote]To make life easier on himself Arsene should apply for the Saints job as it looks like he wants all our best players. Schneiderlin is the best young Frenchman in the prem, looks like Arsene missed the boat on that one. Sacré bleu Mush On The Beach
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10:38am Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Cortese i only interested in the financial stats.
Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him.
Cortese i only interested in the financial stats. Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him. three halves
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10:47am Fri 25 Jan 13

st.athan saint says...

st bevois wrote:
Rockhopper wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Couldn't care less how other people perceive Saints and likewise couldn't care less about their clubs either!
Northern football writer can't stand the thought that his team is not even top 4 anymore! With Everton and Spurs raising their game, Liverpool are not even top 6 and now he has to face the fact that there is a chairman and a club down here that aims to get in amongst them and increase the competition!!
Not to mention outbidding them for the inter player !!!
[quote][p][bold]st bevois[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rockhopper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Couldn't care less how other people perceive Saints and likewise couldn't care less about their clubs either![/p][/quote]Northern football writer can't stand the thought that his team is not even top 4 anymore! With Everton and Spurs raising their game, Liverpool are not even top 6 and now he has to face the fact that there is a chairman and a club down here that aims to get in amongst them and increase the competition!![/p][/quote]Not to mention outbidding them for the inter player !!! st.athan saint
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10:50am Fri 25 Jan 13

milton road says...

Yeah why the echo mentioned the Wenger bit i do not know, that was seasons ago. Sounds like a bit of a stir up.
As for the Liverpool Post oh well who gives a stuff. Wanted Liverpool, Everton, Chelsea, Arsenal, M, Utd, M City, Spurs to get relegated for years as do most who do not support them.
Must grate that we are challenging them for signings. Liverpool has become a floundering antique that has lived on its past for too long. Once considered one of the top clubs in Europe, it now fights to try and be a mid table club. Take out their super striker and Gerrard and Liverpool would struggle to be that.
We maybe plucky underdogs for now, but why do Liverpool delude themselves that they are still one of the big clubs.
Yeah why the echo mentioned the Wenger bit i do not know, that was seasons ago. Sounds like a bit of a stir up. As for the Liverpool Post oh well who gives a stuff. Wanted Liverpool, Everton, Chelsea, Arsenal, M, Utd, M City, Spurs to get relegated for years as do most who do not support them. Must grate that we are challenging them for signings. Liverpool has become a floundering antique that has lived on its past for too long. Once considered one of the top clubs in Europe, it now fights to try and be a mid table club. Take out their super striker and Gerrard and Liverpool would struggle to be that. We maybe plucky underdogs for now, but why do Liverpool delude themselves that they are still one of the big clubs. milton road
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10:50am Fri 25 Jan 13

slugger says...

three halves wrote:
Cortese i only interested in the financial stats.
Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him.
I shouldn't worry about us or Nicola , over 28,300 on monday and the television money has more than made up for any short fall in gate money ...... good times eh?.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Cortese i only interested in the financial stats. Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him.[/p][/quote]I shouldn't worry about us or Nicola , over 28,300 on monday and the television money has more than made up for any short fall in gate money ...... good times eh?. slugger
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11:07am Fri 25 Jan 13

milton road says...

Agree Slugger and the weather being bad especially in more rural areas did not help. But considering the conditions a good gate. More than PFC ever had in the premiership.
Just looked on OS some great pics of their training In Barca and um they look as though they are enjoying it also Adam seems really excited on OS about things.
Agree Slugger and the weather being bad especially in more rural areas did not help. But considering the conditions a good gate. More than PFC ever had in the premiership. Just looked on OS some great pics of their training In Barca and um they look as though they are enjoying it also Adam seems really excited on OS about things. milton road
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11:10am Fri 25 Jan 13

devonsaint2 says...

slugger wrote:
three halves wrote:
Cortese i only interested in the financial stats.
Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him.
I shouldn't worry about us or Nicola , over 28,300 on monday and the television money has more than made up for any short fall in gate money ...... good times eh?.
TV money is worth a 20,000 crowd. So 4,000 missing is still a major cash injection.

Poor old 3 halves has 10,000 missing and no tv money
That means..........liqui
dation
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Cortese i only interested in the financial stats. Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him.[/p][/quote]I shouldn't worry about us or Nicola , over 28,300 on monday and the television money has more than made up for any short fall in gate money ...... good times eh?.[/p][/quote]TV money is worth a 20,000 crowd. So 4,000 missing is still a major cash injection. Poor old 3 halves has 10,000 missing and no tv money That means..........liqui dation devonsaint2
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11:10am Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

slugger wrote:
three halves wrote:
Cortese i only interested in the financial stats.
Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him.
I shouldn't worry about us or Nicola , over 28,300 on monday and the television money has more than made up for any short fall in gate money ...... good times eh?.
he must sit there wondering what little hook to drop to get a bight..
This morning its the empty seat thing.. this afternoon it could be Mau's lack of English.. What he should be more concerned about is when he is next going to get his hair done, and what handbag will go with his outfit tonight.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Cortese i only interested in the financial stats. Im sure the stats about the number of empty seats at home games worry him.[/p][/quote]I shouldn't worry about us or Nicola , over 28,300 on monday and the television money has more than made up for any short fall in gate money ...... good times eh?.[/p][/quote]he must sit there wondering what little hook to drop to get a bight.. This morning its the empty seat thing.. this afternoon it could be Mau's lack of English.. What he should be more concerned about is when he is next going to get his hair done, and what handbag will go with his outfit tonight. SaintMax
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11:19am Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Confucious wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club.

Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool.

There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.
Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society.

But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club. Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool. There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.[/p][/quote]Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society. But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea. St Retford
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11:22am Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

(I'm just kidding - I don't actually like tea.)
(I'm just kidding - I don't actually like tea.) St Retford
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11:22am Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club.

Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool.

There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.
Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society.

But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.
Nice one centurion.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club. Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool. There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.[/p][/quote]Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society. But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.[/p][/quote]Nice one centurion. Mush On The Beach
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11:25am Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

Im almost done with the Coutinho traffic on twitter.. I should only realise that we will only learn about a deal when the deal is done.. AKA Nigel going Mau coming.
Im almost done with the Coutinho traffic on twitter.. I should only realise that we will only learn about a deal when the deal is done.. AKA Nigel going Mau coming. SaintMax
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11:27am Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

If anybody can be ar sed;

http://www.nononsens
efootball.com/are-so
uthampton-close-to-s
igning-philippe-cout
inho/
If anybody can be ar sed; http://www.nononsens efootball.com/are-so uthampton-close-to-s igning-philippe-cout inho/ SaintMax
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11:28am Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder. three halves
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11:29am Fri 25 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait!
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:31am Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

SaintMax wrote:
If anybody can be ar sed;

http://www.nononsens

efootball.com/are-so

uthampton-close-to-s

igning-philippe-cout

inho/
Let's see in 48 hours then.
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: If anybody can be ar sed; http://www.nononsens efootball.com/are-so uthampton-close-to-s igning-philippe-cout inho/[/p][/quote]Let's see in 48 hours then. Mush On The Beach
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11:33am Fri 25 Jan 13

devonsaint2 says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
That why PST have their problems. Disloyal fans like you
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]That why PST have their problems. Disloyal fans like you devonsaint2
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11:34am Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
Right, if you're going to carry on pretending to be a Saints fan can you learn to use English correctly?

The sentence should be "How many of those stayed away in protest like ME...".

Thank you.

Also, it's quite handy how your boycott of St Mary's coincides quite happily with the fact you've never once set foot in the stadium and never intended to, isn't it? It just makes it more convenient all round, I guess.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]Right, if you're going to carry on pretending to be a Saints fan can you learn to use English correctly? The sentence should be "How many of those stayed away in protest like ME...". Thank you. Also, it's quite handy how your boycott of St Mary's coincides quite happily with the fact you've never once set foot in the stadium and never intended to, isn't it? It just makes it more convenient all round, I guess. St Retford
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11:38am Fri 25 Jan 13

georgetheseventh says...

A little prediction...Scouser
oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio
ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.
A little prediction...Scouser oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps. georgetheseventh
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11:38am Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Here’s an idea, run with me on this one as it might sound a little whacky and far fetched.
Just ignore the sad, lonely, little turgid entity.
Here’s an idea, run with me on this one as it might sound a little whacky and far fetched. Just ignore the sad, lonely, little turgid entity. Mush On The Beach
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11:41am Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

georgetheseventh wrote:
A little prediction...Scouser

oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio

ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.
This post has Paul O'Gradys IP address.. hope she has walked the dog this morning.
[quote][p][bold]georgetheseventh[/bold] wrote: A little prediction...Scouser oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.[/p][/quote]This post has Paul O'Gradys IP address.. hope she has walked the dog this morning. SaintMax
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11:47am Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait!
No Poppet but im sure you will tell us all about it on here if anyone is interested.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait![/p][/quote]No Poppet but im sure you will tell us all about it on here if anyone is interested. three halves
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11:47am Fri 25 Jan 13

Confucious says...

St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club.

Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool.

There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.
Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society.

But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.
Didn't have you down as a Bolshie Retford - more of a Tea Party man.

I shifted right when the Poopey fans moved to establish common ownership and adopted the socialist slogan: "We've got nothing and we want to share it with the world!"
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club. Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool. There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.[/p][/quote]Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society. But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.[/p][/quote]Didn't have you down as a Bolshie Retford - more of a Tea Party man. I shifted right when the Poopey fans moved to establish common ownership and adopted the socialist slogan: "We've got nothing and we want to share it with the world!" Confucious
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11:54am Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

georgetheseventh wrote:
A little prediction...Scouser

oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio

ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.
Erm, anyone?
[quote][p][bold]georgetheseventh[/bold] wrote: A little prediction...Scouser oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.[/p][/quote]Erm, anyone? St Retford
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11:58am Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

St Retford wrote:
georgetheseventh wrote:
A little prediction...Scouser


oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio


ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.
Erm, anyone?
I would never disrespect our Cilla ......Queen of the Kop
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]georgetheseventh[/bold] wrote: A little prediction...Scouser oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.[/p][/quote]Erm, anyone?[/p][/quote]I would never disrespect our Cilla ......Queen of the Kop Mush On The Beach
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12:01pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
St Retford wrote:
georgetheseventh wrote:
A little prediction...Scouser



oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio



ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.
Erm, anyone?
I would never disrespect our Cilla ......Queen of the Kop
Google translater said 'No'.
Im worried about this new player 'oon' mind you.. is he Japanse?
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]georgetheseventh[/bold] wrote: A little prediction...Scouser oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.[/p][/quote]Erm, anyone?[/p][/quote]I would never disrespect our Cilla ......Queen of the Kop[/p][/quote]Google translater said 'No'. Im worried about this new player 'oon' mind you.. is he Japanse? SaintMax
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12:03pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Confucious wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club.

Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool.

There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.
Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society.

But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.
Didn't have you down as a Bolshie Retford - more of a Tea Party man.

I shifted right when the Poopey fans moved to establish common ownership and adopted the socialist slogan: "We've got nothing and we want to share it with the world!"
I'm a working class hero, me.

That said, I do reserve the right to buy my risotto rice from Waitrose. I know everyone assumes that all rice is the same but there's a certain... je ne sais quoi about Waitrose rice that brings an added creaminess to any risotto and brings it up to the standard you'd expect to find in a fairly decent restaurant. (Adding a decent balsamic to your rocket also helps, obviously.)
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club. Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool. There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.[/p][/quote]Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society. But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.[/p][/quote]Didn't have you down as a Bolshie Retford - more of a Tea Party man. I shifted right when the Poopey fans moved to establish common ownership and adopted the socialist slogan: "We've got nothing and we want to share it with the world!"[/p][/quote]I'm a working class hero, me. That said, I do reserve the right to buy my risotto rice from Waitrose. I know everyone assumes that all rice is the same but there's a certain... je ne sais quoi about Waitrose rice that brings an added creaminess to any risotto and brings it up to the standard you'd expect to find in a fairly decent restaurant. (Adding a decent balsamic to your rocket also helps, obviously.) St Retford
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12:11pm Fri 25 Jan 13

spainrico says...

Just wish he scored more frequently - because with Cork also being goal shy we don't get enough goals from midfield.
Just wish he scored more frequently - because with Cork also being goal shy we don't get enough goals from midfield. spainrico
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12:11pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club.

Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool.

There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.
Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society.

But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.
Didn't have you down as a Bolshie Retford - more of a Tea Party man.

I shifted right when the Poopey fans moved to establish common ownership and adopted the socialist slogan: "We've got nothing and we want to share it with the world!"
I'm a working class hero, me.

That said, I do reserve the right to buy my risotto rice from Waitrose. I know everyone assumes that all rice is the same but there's a certain... je ne sais quoi about Waitrose rice that brings an added creaminess to any risotto and brings it up to the standard you'd expect to find in a fairly decent restaurant. (Adding a decent balsamic to your rocket also helps, obviously.)
I’m with Del Boy, when asked what rice he would like with his curry at his local Indian ..... Uncle Ben’s.
Proper Working Class!!!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]The problem with Liverpool isn't competition from plucky underdogs, but that it's a "has been" club. Of course the two cities are rivals too now in attracting cruise ships, but they're a poor second on that score. And come to think of it, in all it's history as the top title, Premiership, is one ship that's never once docked in Liverpool. There was a headline in the news a while ago - "Van Gogh bought for £58m" - and the thicko Liverpool Echo was outraged he hadn't been signed on at Anfield instead.[/p][/quote]Sometimes I deplore the way football creates these divisions between people who have more in common than separates them. Liverpool and Southampton are both proud port cities, both built on the hard graft of their dockers, and both of them share a common enemy in the form of the neoliberal economic policymakers who have run down our trade unions and set worker against worker in their quest to find chearper, more casualised labour. Sometimes I think the people of Southampton and Liverpool should join forces and march on Downing Street and hang the bankers from the lamp posts. That would be the actions of a sane society. But then I think "We've got Ramirez - ha ha ha" and go and make a cup of tea.[/p][/quote]Didn't have you down as a Bolshie Retford - more of a Tea Party man. I shifted right when the Poopey fans moved to establish common ownership and adopted the socialist slogan: "We've got nothing and we want to share it with the world!"[/p][/quote]I'm a working class hero, me. That said, I do reserve the right to buy my risotto rice from Waitrose. I know everyone assumes that all rice is the same but there's a certain... je ne sais quoi about Waitrose rice that brings an added creaminess to any risotto and brings it up to the standard you'd expect to find in a fairly decent restaurant. (Adding a decent balsamic to your rocket also helps, obviously.)[/p][/quote]I’m with Del Boy, when asked what rice he would like with his curry at his local Indian ..... Uncle Ben’s. Proper Working Class!!! Mush On The Beach
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12:16pm Fri 25 Jan 13

jonnyP says...

Confucious wrote:
I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.
Wouldn't we all!!
But Morgan can play a bit as well!!
COYS!!!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.[/p][/quote]Wouldn't we all!! But Morgan can play a bit as well!! COYS!!! jonnyP
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12:20pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Saint 2701 says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?".

Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway!

Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!!
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?". Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway! Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!! Saint 2701
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12:26pm Fri 25 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

Saint 2701 wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?".

Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway!

Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!!
he's a skunt.....ignore the coward
[quote][p][bold]Saint 2701[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?". Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway! Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!![/p][/quote]he's a skunt.....ignore the coward J7junctionseven
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12:29pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

^^^^^^^^^

Saint 2701, you've obviously quite correct but 'three halves' is a Pompey fan trying to irritate people. Do not take his views seriously.
^^^^^^^^^ Saint 2701, you've obviously quite correct but 'three halves' is a Pompey fan trying to irritate people. Do not take his views seriously. St Retford
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12:38pm Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Saint 2701 wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?".

Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway!

Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!!
I would suggest you were the fool but its all about opinions and we are all entitled to them.
If you think Cortese is so great you will carry on going,others who dont will not.
[quote][p][bold]Saint 2701[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?". Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway! Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!![/p][/quote]I would suggest you were the fool but its all about opinions and we are all entitled to them. If you think Cortese is so great you will carry on going,others who dont will not. three halves
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12:40pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

three halves wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait!
No Poppet but im sure you will tell us all about it on here if anyone is interested.
Oh we are all interested me old fruit. It's such a contrast to our success story watching the demise of a badly run, appallingly supported club with more empty seats than full - and that's in a tiny little ground to boot. It would be sad in anyone else's case, but because of people like you it's hilarious!


31.1.13
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait![/p][/quote]No Poppet but im sure you will tell us all about it on here if anyone is interested.[/p][/quote]Oh we are all interested me old fruit. It's such a contrast to our success story watching the demise of a badly run, appallingly supported club with more empty seats than full - and that's in a tiny little ground to boot. It would be sad in anyone else's case, but because of people like you it's hilarious! 31.1.13 Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:41pm Fri 25 Jan 13

CB FRY LIVES says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
St Retford wrote:
georgetheseventh wrote:
A little prediction...Scouser



oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio



ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.
Erm, anyone?
I would never disrespect our Cilla ......Queen of the Kop
and i was thinking luis suarez was queen of the KOP.Always wearing a big girls blouse anyway.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]georgetheseventh[/bold] wrote: A little prediction...Scouser oon to score a hat trick...one goal each for all remaining Manu players...disillusio ned small town Hamptons brought back down to Earth. ps...NorthwalesSaint ???? how come?? Northern Taffies are Manu supporters surely...and erm...dont you read the TAFFIE edition of the Liverpool Daily Post (yes hamptons..we do have several newspapers in our city)...its strange the way you people 'get off' on the word LIVERPOOL...(we normally practice sex)..ok we are mid table..no big deal so whats the excitement about?. You even bring cruise liners onto a football forum..strange peeps.[/p][/quote]Erm, anyone?[/p][/quote]I would never disrespect our Cilla ......Queen of the Kop[/p][/quote]and i was thinking luis suarez was queen of the KOP.Always wearing a big girls blouse anyway. CB FRY LIVES
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12:51pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Just watched our Andy the Brit dispatch Federer, Good boy.
If he loses against Djokovic, obviously he will just be a little irrelevant sweaty like Ach I The Noo.
Just watched our Andy the Brit dispatch Federer, Good boy. If he loses against Djokovic, obviously he will just be a little irrelevant sweaty like Ach I The Noo. Mush On The Beach
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12:59pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Saint 2701 says...

three halves wrote:
Saint 2701 wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?".

Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway!

Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!!
I would suggest you were the fool but its all about opinions and we are all entitled to them.
If you think Cortese is so great you will carry on going,others who dont will not.
For the record, them seat were probably empty because we're in recession and it was on sky. No brainer really.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint 2701[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?". Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway! Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!![/p][/quote]I would suggest you were the fool but its all about opinions and we are all entitled to them. If you think Cortese is so great you will carry on going,others who dont will not.[/p][/quote]For the record, them seat were probably empty because we're in recession and it was on sky. No brainer really. Saint 2701
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1:19pm Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Saint 2701 wrote:
three halves wrote:
Saint 2701 wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?".

Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway!

Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!!
I would suggest you were the fool but its all about opinions and we are all entitled to them.
If you think Cortese is so great you will carry on going,others who dont will not.
For the record, them seat were probably empty because we're in recession and it was on sky. No brainer really.
Fair comment indeed, its a expensive business going to watch football these days and times are hard.
But im sure some of those empty seats are people who have chosen not to go by choice as they are not happy with things.
[quote][p][bold]Saint 2701[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint 2701[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]Why are you protesting? I'm sick to death of fools like you. Who is the driving force behind our recent success; pardew, adkins, lambert? No, Cortese. Has Cortese made a bad decision yet? I don't think so, he sacked pardew and brought in an unknown who got us back to back promotions. Now he has brought us someone who is being backed by the best managers in the world and were being linked with coutinho and david villa as opposed to matt phillips and liam trotter! Yeah the sacking of adkins was harsh and we were all upset about it but it was necessary for the club to take the next step up. How many times this season have you thought "adkins what are you doing?". Anyways fans are supporters of the club not individuals as i been told so much on here, so if you would rather sit at home and moan about the club moving forward stay there, probably the best place for you anyway! Onwards and upwards, COYR!!!![/p][/quote]I would suggest you were the fool but its all about opinions and we are all entitled to them. If you think Cortese is so great you will carry on going,others who dont will not.[/p][/quote]For the record, them seat were probably empty because we're in recession and it was on sky. No brainer really.[/p][/quote]Fair comment indeed, its a expensive business going to watch football these days and times are hard. But im sure some of those empty seats are people who have chosen not to go by choice as they are not happy with things. three halves
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1:21pm Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
three halves wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait!
No Poppet but im sure you will tell us all about it on here if anyone is interested.
Oh we are all interested me old fruit. It's such a contrast to our success story watching the demise of a badly run, appallingly supported club with more empty seats than full - and that's in a tiny little ground to boot. It would be sad in anyone else's case, but because of people like you it's hilarious!


31.1.13
You are clueless Poppet but enjoy your trip to the court.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]You coming to the court case next week? I can't wait![/p][/quote]No Poppet but im sure you will tell us all about it on here if anyone is interested.[/p][/quote]Oh we are all interested me old fruit. It's such a contrast to our success story watching the demise of a badly run, appallingly supported club with more empty seats than full - and that's in a tiny little ground to boot. It would be sad in anyone else's case, but because of people like you it's hilarious! 31.1.13[/p][/quote]You are clueless Poppet but enjoy your trip to the court. three halves
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1:28pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think
How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think SO50 Saint
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1:36pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think
His name is a boast about his biggest ever drinking session.

Seriously, that Fosters can FCUK you up.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think[/p][/quote]His name is a boast about his biggest ever drinking session. Seriously, that Fosters can FCUK you up. St Retford
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1:56pm Fri 25 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
give it up kent141 your not a saints ,as for premiership football the away part takes 3000 seats in the northam stand .that leaves 29.0000 and everton came down with 2000 so you can only get 30.000 for a live tv game .so how do you get 4000 .and you wonder why saints fans on here think you have a mentality of a 10 year old
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]give it up kent141 your not a saints ,as for premiership football the away part takes 3000 seats in the northam stand .that leaves 29.0000 and everton came down with 2000 so you can only get 30.000 for a live tv game .so how do you get 4000 .and you wonder why saints fans on here think you have a mentality of a 10 year old saintkenny
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2:06pm Fri 25 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

saintkenny wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
give it up kent141 your not a saints ,as for premiership football the away part takes 3000 seats in the northam stand .that leaves 29.0000 and everton came down with 2000 so you can only get 30.000 for a live tv game .so how do you get 4000 .and you wonder why saints fans on here think you have a mentality of a 10 year old
dont forget also your ground was 3.000 short for every premiership match including away fans ,yet players were paid 60.000 to 70.000 a week .so what is going to happen .it was not rocket science ,they had long enougth to do some thing about it ,but they did not act,come the end of january its all over .no more time left no more extensions .tick tock tick tock
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]give it up kent141 your not a saints ,as for premiership football the away part takes 3000 seats in the northam stand .that leaves 29.0000 and everton came down with 2000 so you can only get 30.000 for a live tv game .so how do you get 4000 .and you wonder why saints fans on here think you have a mentality of a 10 year old[/p][/quote]dont forget also your ground was 3.000 short for every premiership match including away fans ,yet players were paid 60.000 to 70.000 a week .so what is going to happen .it was not rocket science ,they had long enougth to do some thing about it ,but they did not act,come the end of january its all over .no more time left no more extensions .tick tock tick tock saintkenny
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2:10pm Fri 25 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think
he thinks of anything weve had force141 kent141 moreglory .funny how 10 year olds think
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think[/p][/quote]he thinks of anything weve had force141 kent141 moreglory .funny how 10 year olds think saintkenny
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2:24pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

how can he b t best tackler. he just gets more chances as he plays in front a crap back 4. its like saying the reading goalie is the best. dimster journo
how can he b t best tackler. he just gets more chances as he plays in front a crap back 4. its like saying the reading goalie is the best. dimster journo Five Trophies Between Us
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2:25pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

I don't think you can accuse him of being Moreglory at least you could have a conversation with him well understand what he was saying. Wonder why he's been away for lately :)
I don't think you can accuse him of being Moreglory at least you could have a conversation with him well understand what he was saying. Wonder why he's been away for lately :) SO50 Saint
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2:26pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

FTBU says you whos best midfielder came through the Saints academy and he's even had to be let go of.
FTBU says you whos best midfielder came through the Saints academy and he's even had to be let go of. SO50 Saint
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2:34pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

Latest on twitter is that Spurs have had a bid for Coutinho accepted too now, and the LFC fans are going absolutely mental.
Wheres George7 when you need his insightful input..?
Latest on twitter is that Spurs have had a bid for Coutinho accepted too now, and the LFC fans are going absolutely mental. Wheres George7 when you need his insightful input..? SaintMax
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2:44pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

where would u go

pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies

spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies.

stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u
where would u go pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies. stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u Five Trophies Between Us
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2:50pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintMax says...

did somebody just farrt?
did somebody just farrt? SaintMax
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2:55pm Fri 25 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
where would u go

pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies

spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies.

stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u
skunts 20.000 stadium 14.000 missing .nothing won without cheating status for the last 60 years third administration about to go bust .vanashing all history reality check reminder
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: where would u go pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies. stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u[/p][/quote]skunts 20.000 stadium 14.000 missing .nothing won without cheating status for the last 60 years third administration about to go bust .vanashing all history reality check reminder saintkenny
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2:55pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

SaintMax wrote:
did somebody just farrt?
A **** paid for in the hand is worth 10 in the park shed, or am I getting confused with pledges?
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: did somebody just farrt?[/p][/quote]A **** paid for in the hand is worth 10 in the park shed, or am I getting confused with pledges? Mush On The Beach
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2:55pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Taoboy says...

Maybe couthino could share his services with liverpool saints and spurs on a week by week rotation. This smacks of a little bit of a Dutch auction. I expect El Duce NC is craftily using this as cover for the real targets. Wait for the press statement from sfc website otherwise it's all speculation apart from couthinos desperation to play in the premier.
Maybe couthino could share his services with liverpool saints and spurs on a week by week rotation. This smacks of a little bit of a Dutch auction. I expect El Duce NC is craftily using this as cover for the real targets. Wait for the press statement from sfc website otherwise it's all speculation apart from couthinos desperation to play in the premier. Taoboy
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3:10pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: where would u go pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies. stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u
skunts 20.000 stadium 14.000 missing .nothing won without cheating status for the last 60 years third administration about to go bust .vanashing all history reality check reminder
u havent answered the question. dont be so emotional
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: where would u go pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies. stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u[/p][/quote]skunts 20.000 stadium 14.000 missing .nothing won without cheating status for the last 60 years third administration about to go bust .vanashing all history reality check reminder[/p][/quote]u havent answered the question. dont be so emotional Five Trophies Between Us
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3:16pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

If Spurs are in for him wouldn't be suprised if he goes there. Would be great to have him on board but if not its not a disaster I personally think it's great just being linked to these players. Like someone said earlier about Tranmere away 2 years ago we were awful that day the only good thing about that place was the pub outside the away end. Oldham away was around this time of year 2 years ago now that was a fantastic away trip
If Spurs are in for him wouldn't be suprised if he goes there. Would be great to have him on board but if not its not a disaster I personally think it's great just being linked to these players. Like someone said earlier about Tranmere away 2 years ago we were awful that day the only good thing about that place was the pub outside the away end. Oldham away was around this time of year 2 years ago now that was a fantastic away trip SO50 Saint
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3:33pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

I've still got my ticket from that Oldham game.

UNBELIEVABLE SCENES.
I've still got my ticket from that Oldham game. UNBELIEVABLE SCENES. St Retford
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3:37pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

I think for me Oldham was my favourite away trip in league 1 two decent away wins and a decent pub close to the ground which was packed with saints fans and a chippy right next to it
I think for me Oldham was my favourite away trip in league 1 two decent away wins and a decent pub close to the ground which was packed with saints fans and a chippy right next to it SO50 Saint
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3:51pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Everywhere in the north has got a chippy right next to it. That bit of Liverpool where Everton is is basically pub - bookies - chippy - bookies - chippy - chippy - bookies - pub - chippy - bookies - bookies - chippy - terrible football stadium - chippy - -chippy - bookies - pub.
Everywhere in the north has got a chippy right next to it. That bit of Liverpool where Everton is is basically pub - bookies - chippy - bookies - chippy - chippy - bookies - pub - chippy - bookies - bookies - chippy - terrible football stadium - chippy - -chippy - bookies - pub. St Retford
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3:51pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Beer Monster says...

St Retford wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think
His name is a boast about his biggest ever drinking session.

Seriously, that Fosters can FCUK you up.
Hehehe, at least Kent's doing their bit for the industry;

http://metro.co.uk/2
013/01/25/fears-for-
the-pub-trade-as-bee
r-sales-fall-3365870
/
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think[/p][/quote]His name is a boast about his biggest ever drinking session. Seriously, that Fosters can FCUK you up.[/p][/quote]Hehehe, at least Kent's doing their bit for the industry; http://metro.co.uk/2 013/01/25/fears-for- the-pub-trade-as-bee r-sales-fall-3365870 / Beer Monster
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3:57pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Beer Monster wrote:
St Retford wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think
His name is a boast about his biggest ever drinking session.

Seriously, that Fosters can FCUK you up.
Hehehe, at least Kent's doing their bit for the industry;

http://metro.co.uk/2

013/01/25/fears-for-

the-pub-trade-as-bee

r-sales-fall-3365870

/
I still don't understand why pubs and HMV are suffering. I think I must have spent a good £10,000 on the two of them every year for the last 15 years. Someone isn't pulling their weight.
[quote][p][bold]Beer Monster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: How do you get 3 halves surely there can only be 2 halves andthen that would lead to being 3 quarters, I think[/p][/quote]His name is a boast about his biggest ever drinking session. Seriously, that Fosters can FCUK you up.[/p][/quote]Hehehe, at least Kent's doing their bit for the industry; http://metro.co.uk/2 013/01/25/fears-for- the-pub-trade-as-bee r-sales-fall-3365870 /[/p][/quote]I still don't understand why pubs and HMV are suffering. I think I must have spent a good £10,000 on the two of them every year for the last 15 years. Someone isn't pulling their weight. St Retford
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4:04pm Fri 25 Jan 13

CB FRY LIVES says...

jonny-shuttle wrote:
The thing is with Schneiderlin is he has the coolest name too which doubles up as Spiderman which kinda makes him a supethero in my book.
He is a super hero and a half that.has stuck with the saints through thick and thin.could have gone to arsenal as a schoolboy but snubbed wenger for the SUPERSAINTS.Lets hope he is playing in europe soon with both the SAINTS and with the french national team.
ALLEZ LES ROUGES.
[quote][p][bold]jonny-shuttle[/bold] wrote: The thing is with Schneiderlin is he has the coolest name too which doubles up as Spiderman which kinda makes him a supethero in my book.[/p][/quote]He is a super hero and a half that.has stuck with the saints through thick and thin.could have gone to arsenal as a schoolboy but snubbed wenger for the SUPERSAINTS.Lets hope he is playing in europe soon with both the SAINTS and with the french national team. ALLEZ LES ROUGES. CB FRY LIVES
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5:11pm Fri 25 Jan 13

insane saint says...

Keep it up Morgan
Keep it up Morgan insane saint
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5:18pm Fri 25 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

Come on Hartlepool.
Come on Hartlepool. mack chinnon
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5:30pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Clever Dick says...

It's a bit off topic but might explain why NC is less interersted in the fans ' opinions than we would like. Somebody on Talksport was explaining the new money on offer next season. It works out around £32 per supporter per game. In other words if we stay up and not a single supporter goes to a game the club will be no worse off. I'm sure he would like us to go along to create the amosphere, but NC as I think we all know is looking mainly at the cash.
It's a bit off topic but might explain why NC is less interersted in the fans ' opinions than we would like. Somebody on Talksport was explaining the new money on offer next season. It works out around £32 per supporter per game. In other words if we stay up and not a single supporter goes to a game the club will be no worse off. I'm sure he would like us to go along to create the amosphere, but NC as I think we all know is looking mainly at the cash. Clever Dick
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5:36pm Fri 25 Jan 13

saintysaintsaint says...

Am i right in saying Morgan can choose to play for England soon if he doesn't get called up for France?
Am i right in saying Morgan can choose to play for England soon if he doesn't get called up for France? saintysaintsaint
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5:37pm Fri 25 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: where would u go pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies. stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u
skunts 20.000 stadium 14.000 missing .nothing won without cheating status for the last 60 years third administration about to go bust .vanashing all history reality check reminder
u havent answered the question. dont be so emotional
are you talking about the judge .more than me gettting emotional days nearly over.bluewhiteinred dead in buried
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: where would u go pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies. stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u[/p][/quote]skunts 20.000 stadium 14.000 missing .nothing won without cheating status for the last 60 years third administration about to go bust .vanashing all history reality check reminder[/p][/quote]u havent answered the question. dont be so emotional[/p][/quote]are you talking about the judge .more than me gettting emotional days nearly over.bluewhiteinred dead in buried saintkenny
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5:39pm Fri 25 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

saintysaintsaint wrote:
Am i right in saying Morgan can choose to play for England soon if he doesn't get called up for France?
no
[quote][p][bold]saintysaintsaint[/bold] wrote: Am i right in saying Morgan can choose to play for England soon if he doesn't get called up for France?[/p][/quote]no saintkenny
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6:27pm Fri 25 Jan 13

RedArmy1 says...

SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY.

Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON

RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR RedArmy1
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6:27pm Fri 25 Jan 13

milton road says...

Lol don't believe anything on twitter unless its off a club's official twitter site.
If its meant to happen it will, otherwise we will be looking at other players whilst all this is going on and NC will come up with a surprise. its the first day this week when things have gone quite quiet. Lots of mind games being played me thinks
Lol don't believe anything on twitter unless its off a club's official twitter site. If its meant to happen it will, otherwise we will be looking at other players whilst all this is going on and NC will come up with a surprise. its the first day this week when things have gone quite quiet. Lots of mind games being played me thinks milton road
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6:30pm Fri 25 Jan 13

slugger says...

As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" . slugger
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7:05pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Buddy SFC says...

Guly was a man possesed Monday night ! So was Gaston to be fair .........
Guly was a man possesed Monday night ! So was Gaston to be fair ......... Buddy SFC
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7:06pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Velleity says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
to the tune of "Go West".

You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are...

Etc, etc, ad infinitum.

Who are you trying to fool?

Idiot.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]to the tune of "Go West". You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are... Etc, etc, ad infinitum. Who are you trying to fool? Idiot. Velleity
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7:13pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

add an A and a U for the E in Kent and you've got the 2nd verse :)
add an A and a U for the E in Kent and you've got the 2nd verse :) SO50 Saint
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7:13pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Velleity says...

slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting) Velleity
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7:15pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

I'm not a big fan of Guly but I think that was the best game he's had for the club on Monday for yonks.
I'm not a big fan of Guly but I think that was the best game he's had for the club on Monday for yonks. SO50 Saint
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7:28pm Fri 25 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
How many stayed away in protest? None actually, as you are a fraud anyway, those missing were stuck because of the weather, there was no stay away protest because we are adult and realistic, we had worked out that it would be an empty gesture and futile, rather like your WUM posts.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]How many stayed away in protest? None actually, as you are a fraud anyway, those missing were stuck because of the weather, there was no stay away protest because we are adult and realistic, we had worked out that it would be an empty gesture and futile, rather like your WUM posts. OSPREYSAINT
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7:34pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I'm surprised we're looking at midfielders to be honest. Morgan is sublime and we all know the difference Cork made by returning to the squad. Adam is arguably our best player, many think Punch is player of the season and Gaston just gets better and better. Who do you drop to make way?
I'm surprised we're looking at midfielders to be honest. Morgan is sublime and we all know the difference Cork made by returning to the squad. Adam is arguably our best player, many think Punch is player of the season and Gaston just gets better and better. Who do you drop to make way? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:14pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Velleity says...

Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again?
Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again? Velleity
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8:27pm Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Velleity wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
to the tune of "Go West".

You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are...

Etc, etc, ad infinitum.

Who are you trying to fool?

Idiot.
You are a idiot indeed Poppet.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]to the tune of "Go West". You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are... Etc, etc, ad infinitum. Who are you trying to fool? Idiot.[/p][/quote]You are a idiot indeed Poppet. three halves
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8:39pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Velleity wrote:
Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again?
I always thought Chappers would make good cover for him but he's never been given the chance.

Depth is good but before we worry about depth we need to strengthen other areas.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again?[/p][/quote]I always thought Chappers would make good cover for him but he's never been given the chance. Depth is good but before we worry about depth we need to strengthen other areas. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:43pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Buddy SFC says...

three halves wrote:
Velleity wrote:
three halves wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
to the tune of "Go West". You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are... Etc, etc, ad infinitum. Who are you trying to fool? Idiot.
You are a idiot indeed Poppet.
Sky made a big deal of a club playing on a cold January night getting a crowd of 28,500 ....... They thought it was a massive effort by the fans particularly after all the upheaval !!
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]to the tune of "Go West". You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are... Etc, etc, ad infinitum. Who are you trying to fool? Idiot.[/p][/quote]You are a idiot indeed Poppet.[/p][/quote]Sky made a big deal of a club playing on a cold January night getting a crowd of 28,500 ....... They thought it was a massive effort by the fans particularly after all the upheaval !! Buddy SFC
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8:45pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SouthamptonLegend says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I'm surprised we're looking at midfielders to be honest. Morgan is sublime and we all know the difference Cork made by returning to the squad. Adam is arguably our best player, many think Punch is player of the season and Gaston just gets better and better. Who do you drop to make way?
We need quality in numbers.

Who would create more goal scoring opportunities, Steve De Ridder or Coutinho?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised we're looking at midfielders to be honest. Morgan is sublime and we all know the difference Cork made by returning to the squad. Adam is arguably our best player, many think Punch is player of the season and Gaston just gets better and better. Who do you drop to make way?[/p][/quote]We need quality in numbers. Who would create more goal scoring opportunities, Steve De Ridder or Coutinho? SouthamptonLegend
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8:50pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SouthamptonLegend says...

Velleity wrote:
Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again?
James Ward-Prowse
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again?[/p][/quote]James Ward-Prowse SouthamptonLegend
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8:50pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintinCanada says...

three halves wrote:
Velleity wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
to the tune of "Go West".

You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are...

Etc, etc, ad infinitum.

Who are you trying to fool?

Idiot.
You are a idiot indeed Poppet.
Don't bother with it - he still winds up the posters on the News site as well.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]to the tune of "Go West". You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are... Etc, etc, ad infinitum. Who are you trying to fool? Idiot.[/p][/quote]You are a idiot indeed Poppet.[/p][/quote]Don't bother with it - he still winds up the posters on the News site as well. SaintinCanada
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8:55pm Fri 25 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

SaintinCanada wrote:
three halves wrote:
Velleity wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
to the tune of "Go West".

You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are,
You're Kent and you know you are...

Etc, etc, ad infinitum.

Who are you trying to fool?

Idiot.
You are a idiot indeed Poppet.
Don't bother with it - he still winds up the posters on the News site as well.
A sort of sock poppet?
[quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]to the tune of "Go West". You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are, You're Kent and you know you are... Etc, etc, ad infinitum. Who are you trying to fool? Idiot.[/p][/quote]You are a idiot indeed Poppet.[/p][/quote]Don't bother with it - he still winds up the posters on the News site as well.[/p][/quote]A sort of sock poppet? OSPREYSAINT
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8:58pm Fri 25 Jan 13

slugger says...

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime . slugger
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8:59pm Fri 25 Jan 13

slugger says...

*give me the opinion...
*give me the opinion... slugger
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9:01pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Buddy SFC says...

SouthamptonLegend wrote:
Velleity wrote: Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again?
James Ward-Prowse
So why have SCUM UTD gone for Zaha ....... It's all about Strengthening the squad with young class prospects in Key position’s ...........
[quote][p][bold]SouthamptonLegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Probably looking for some depth in the squad for the inevitable injuries. It's OK having a good midfield but what would happen to us if Corky crocked himself again?[/p][/quote]James Ward-Prowse[/p][/quote]So why have SCUM UTD gone for Zaha ....... It's all about Strengthening the squad with young class prospects in Key position’s ........... Buddy SFC
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9:09pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY.

Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON

RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR
Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR[/p][/quote]Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house. St Retford
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9:12pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Ps avoid getting there early to partake of the 'Budweiser, hot dog and soccer experience' at Old Trafford. It's genuinely soul destroying.
Ps avoid getting there early to partake of the 'Budweiser, hot dog and soccer experience' at Old Trafford. It's genuinely soul destroying. St Retford
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9:25pm Fri 25 Jan 13

SaintinCanada says...

three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
No - I think it's more likely you are an expert on the subject of "empty seats".

This is probably because you don't have much luck peddling our own seat down at the Navy docks...poppet!
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]No - I think it's more likely you are an expert on the subject of "empty seats". This is probably because you don't have much luck peddling our own seat down at the Navy docks...poppet! SaintinCanada
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9:33pm Fri 25 Jan 13

MGRA says...

slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
or, another way to look at it is to ask yourself what an attacking midfielder should bring to the party, if he is extremely unlikely to ever score a goal, then you look for assists, failing that you look for tackles, failing that you look for marking and short passing. On the last element he can excel, on the first three he is not Prem. Gaston of course will spot the training ground talent of Guly, and we as spectators can see his recent effort which has been superb. But he has to start producing on the pitch to convince most and he is yet to do that convincingly. I am not knocking the fella, I would love him to start banging in goals or assisting but he has to offer more direct threat for most..... my gut feeling is that he will have a quiet 12/13 season, but will stay and will be influencial next season. For me he is still a rough diamond. But I understand why many do not agree with me and its not because they know nothing about football....
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]or, another way to look at it is to ask yourself what an attacking midfielder should bring to the party, if he is extremely unlikely to ever score a goal, then you look for assists, failing that you look for tackles, failing that you look for marking and short passing. On the last element he can excel, on the first three he is not Prem. Gaston of course will spot the training ground talent of Guly, and we as spectators can see his recent effort which has been superb. But he has to start producing on the pitch to convince most and he is yet to do that convincingly. I am not knocking the fella, I would love him to start banging in goals or assisting but he has to offer more direct threat for most..... my gut feeling is that he will have a quiet 12/13 season, but will stay and will be influencial next season. For me he is still a rough diamond. But I understand why many do not agree with me and its not because they know nothing about football.... MGRA
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9:36pm Fri 25 Jan 13

three halves says...

Dearies you are struggling tonight like a fish out of water you poor Poppets ay !
Dearies you are struggling tonight like a fish out of water you poor Poppets ay ! three halves
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9:38pm Fri 25 Jan 13

slugger says...

MGRA wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
or, another way to look at it is to ask yourself what an attacking midfielder should bring to the party, if he is extremely unlikely to ever score a goal, then you look for assists, failing that you look for tackles, failing that you look for marking and short passing. On the last element he can excel, on the first three he is not Prem. Gaston of course will spot the training ground talent of Guly, and we as spectators can see his recent effort which has been superb. But he has to start producing on the pitch to convince most and he is yet to do that convincingly. I am not knocking the fella, I would love him to start banging in goals or assisting but he has to offer more direct threat for most..... my gut feeling is that he will have a quiet 12/13 season, but will stay and will be influencial next season. For me he is still a rough diamond. But I understand why many do not agree with me and its not because they know nothing about football....
Are you a professional ? ....... me neither , you'll never ever see me slate one of our players on here ........ I don't disagree entirely .... but these so called experts on here make me grin ...... COYR !!
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]or, another way to look at it is to ask yourself what an attacking midfielder should bring to the party, if he is extremely unlikely to ever score a goal, then you look for assists, failing that you look for tackles, failing that you look for marking and short passing. On the last element he can excel, on the first three he is not Prem. Gaston of course will spot the training ground talent of Guly, and we as spectators can see his recent effort which has been superb. But he has to start producing on the pitch to convince most and he is yet to do that convincingly. I am not knocking the fella, I would love him to start banging in goals or assisting but he has to offer more direct threat for most..... my gut feeling is that he will have a quiet 12/13 season, but will stay and will be influencial next season. For me he is still a rough diamond. But I understand why many do not agree with me and its not because they know nothing about football....[/p][/quote]Are you a professional ? ....... me neither , you'll never ever see me slate one of our players on here ........ I don't disagree entirely .... but these so called experts on here make me grin ...... COYR !! slugger
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9:40pm Fri 25 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Anyone interested in Villas progress? 2 1 down at the moment.
Anyone interested in Villas progress? 2 1 down at the moment. OSPREYSAINT
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9:43pm Fri 25 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

.. and Villa are out of the Cup, pity it would have been a distraction.
.. and Villa are out of the Cup, pity it would have been a distraction. OSPREYSAINT
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9:44pm Fri 25 Jan 13

MGRA says...

slugger wrote:
MGRA wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
or, another way to look at it is to ask yourself what an attacking midfielder should bring to the party, if he is extremely unlikely to ever score a goal, then you look for assists, failing that you look for tackles, failing that you look for marking and short passing. On the last element he can excel, on the first three he is not Prem. Gaston of course will spot the training ground talent of Guly, and we as spectators can see his recent effort which has been superb. But he has to start producing on the pitch to convince most and he is yet to do that convincingly. I am not knocking the fella, I would love him to start banging in goals or assisting but he has to offer more direct threat for most..... my gut feeling is that he will have a quiet 12/13 season, but will stay and will be influencial next season. For me he is still a rough diamond. But I understand why many do not agree with me and its not because they know nothing about football....
Are you a professional ? ....... me neither , you'll never ever see me slate one of our players on here ........ I don't disagree entirely .... but these so called experts on here make me grin ...... COYR !!
i could have been a professional. The trouble was i could only score goals and pass 40 yards to a sixpence. I could not A. tackle, B. head the ball C track back and mark and D. Foul properly ( it always looked like assault).
So sadly... I used the academic part of my brain.... ( some on here will claim that to has clearly failed )
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]or, another way to look at it is to ask yourself what an attacking midfielder should bring to the party, if he is extremely unlikely to ever score a goal, then you look for assists, failing that you look for tackles, failing that you look for marking and short passing. On the last element he can excel, on the first three he is not Prem. Gaston of course will spot the training ground talent of Guly, and we as spectators can see his recent effort which has been superb. But he has to start producing on the pitch to convince most and he is yet to do that convincingly. I am not knocking the fella, I would love him to start banging in goals or assisting but he has to offer more direct threat for most..... my gut feeling is that he will have a quiet 12/13 season, but will stay and will be influencial next season. For me he is still a rough diamond. But I understand why many do not agree with me and its not because they know nothing about football....[/p][/quote]Are you a professional ? ....... me neither , you'll never ever see me slate one of our players on here ........ I don't disagree entirely .... but these so called experts on here make me grin ...... COYR !![/p][/quote]i could have been a professional. The trouble was i could only score goals and pass 40 yards to a sixpence. I could not A. tackle, B. head the ball C track back and mark and D. Foul properly ( it always looked like assault). So sadly... I used the academic part of my brain.... ( some on here will claim that to has clearly failed ) MGRA
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9:45pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

St Retford wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote:
Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated?
Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton."
Sad that this is . how we are now perceived.
PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter.
We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy..
I love it!!
Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!?

No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice.


RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY.

Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON

RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR
Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.
What's the parking like at your place?

How much for a beer & a burger?

Will your toilets run out of paper at half time?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR[/p][/quote]Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.[/p][/quote]What's the parking like at your place? How much for a beer & a burger? Will your toilets run out of paper at half time? Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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9:49pm Fri 25 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

three halves wrote:
Dearies you are struggling tonight like a fish out of water you poor Poppets ay !
Yup: A sock poppet.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Dearies you are struggling tonight like a fish out of water you poor Poppets ay ![/p][/quote]Yup: A sock poppet. OSPREYSAINT
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10:15pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
St Retford wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR
Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.
What's the parking like at your place? How much for a beer & a burger? Will your toilets run out of paper at half time?
Don't get me started on the parking. Seriously, every other street in the neighbourhood has been made permit-only which means everyone too mean to pay 50p to park in Stretford Mall (genuinely the worst shopping centre in all of Britain) parks outside my f***ing house. It's genuinely unbelievable.
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR[/p][/quote]Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.[/p][/quote]What's the parking like at your place? How much for a beer & a burger? Will your toilets run out of paper at half time?[/p][/quote]Don't get me started on the parking. Seriously, every other street in the neighbourhood has been made permit-only which means everyone too mean to pay 50p to park in Stretford Mall (genuinely the worst shopping centre in all of Britain) parks outside my f***ing house. It's genuinely unbelievable. St Retford
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10:22pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

St Retford wrote:
Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
St Retford wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR
Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.
What's the parking like at your place? How much for a beer & a burger? Will your toilets run out of paper at half time?
Don't get me started on the parking. Seriously, every other street in the neighbourhood has been made permit-only which means everyone too mean to pay 50p to park in Stretford Mall (genuinely the worst shopping centre in all of Britain) parks outside my f***ing house. It's genuinely unbelievable.
It may be bad, but at least they had the good grace to name it after you. ;-)
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR[/p][/quote]Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.[/p][/quote]What's the parking like at your place? How much for a beer & a burger? Will your toilets run out of paper at half time?[/p][/quote]Don't get me started on the parking. Seriously, every other street in the neighbourhood has been made permit-only which means everyone too mean to pay 50p to park in Stretford Mall (genuinely the worst shopping centre in all of Britain) parks outside my f***ing house. It's genuinely unbelievable.[/p][/quote]It may be bad, but at least they had the good grace to name it after you. ;-) Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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10:36pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

True enough!
True enough! St Retford
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10:40pm Fri 25 Jan 13

St Retford says...

three halves wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
St Retford wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
St Retford wrote:
North Wales Saint wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!!
Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.
You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR
Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.
What's the parking like at your place? How much for a beer & a burger? Will your toilets run out of paper at half time?
Don't get me started on the parking. Seriously, every other street in the neighbourhood has been made permit-only which means everyone too mean to pay 50p to park in Stretford Mall (genuinely the worst shopping centre in all of Britain) parks outside my f***ing house. It's genuinely unbelievable.
It certainly is knobhead
Hello dickwand. Would you like an argument? Is that what you're after? Well why don't you pick a subject and be my guest. Go for it. Say something OUTRAGEOUS.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]North Wales Saint[/bold] wrote: Quote from chief football writer in today's Liverpool Daily Post: "Note to Premier League chairmen. Want to know how to turn your team from plucky underdogs to one everyone would like to see relegated? Then please contact Nicola Cortese c/o Southampton CD, St Mary' s Stadium, Southampton." Sad that this is . how we are now perceived. PS - Schneiderlin - fantastic player!![/p][/quote]Who wants to be a 'plucky underdog'? What a knobheaded thing to say.[/p][/quote]You know why they are saying that, its because we now matter. We are hard to beat, have money to spend, are ambitious and this smacks of jealousy.. I love it!! Would we prefer pity? would we prefer people to think are team, our chairman, our manager are a pushover!? No.. they are all sitting up and taking notice. RED ARMY your posts are inspiring, and I am coming up on my 2nd cup of coffeeeeeeeeeeee!![/p][/quote]Bottles of BUD and Cans of Tetley at manure .... makes a change from CHELSEA AWAY. Think about down the road from the Trafford Centre - bar called the Naggs Head. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON RF/ RED ARMY 2013. COYR[/p][/quote]Do you mean that one on the big roundabout in Urmston? It's alright. All the pubs near the ground are United only (because they're c!nts) so you need to look that far out. Personally I'd recommend anywhere in Chorlton or leafy Didsbury Village (which is mainly full of well-to-do City fans so they'll probably buy you a pint). Failing that, come round my house.[/p][/quote]What's the parking like at your place? How much for a beer & a burger? Will your toilets run out of paper at half time?[/p][/quote]Don't get me started on the parking. Seriously, every other street in the neighbourhood has been made permit-only which means everyone too mean to pay 50p to park in Stretford Mall (genuinely the worst shopping centre in all of Britain) parks outside my f***ing house. It's genuinely unbelievable.[/p][/quote]It certainly is knobhead[/p][/quote]Hello dickwand. Would you like an argument? Is that what you're after? Well why don't you pick a subject and be my guest. Go for it. Say something OUTRAGEOUS. St Retford
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10:44pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Velleity says...

slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good.

RYRIHF!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good. RYRIHF! Velleity
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10:49pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Velleity says...

Pochettino post-Everton interview translation at:

http://www.guillemba
lague.com/en/blog/47
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chettino-interview--
-#.UQMK3vJtB8E
Pochettino post-Everton interview translation at: http://www.guillemba lague.com/en/blog/47 -transcription-of-po chettino-interview-- -#.UQMK3vJtB8E Velleity
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10:53pm Fri 25 Jan 13

slugger says...

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good.

RYRIHF!
LOL ..... my prediction was purely a guess based on his reputation and my instinct .... nice to be right though ...... COYR !
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good. RYRIHF![/p][/quote]LOL ..... my prediction was purely a guess based on his reputation and my instinct .... nice to be right though ...... COYR ! slugger
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11:06pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good.

RYRIHF!
LOL ..... my prediction was purely a guess based on his reputation and my instinct .... nice to be right though ...... COYR !
I didn't see that one coming after the first few minutes of the Arsenal game, but he was certainly excellent against Everton.

Long may it continue.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good. RYRIHF![/p][/quote]LOL ..... my prediction was purely a guess based on his reputation and my instinct .... nice to be right though ...... COYR ![/p][/quote]I didn't see that one coming after the first few minutes of the Arsenal game, but he was certainly excellent against Everton. Long may it continue. Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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11:11pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good.

RYRIHF!
You certainly got that one right.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good. RYRIHF![/p][/quote]You certainly got that one right. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:58am Sat 26 Jan 13

SaintinCanada says...

Three Halves wrote:

"Hello Poppets, I still have an empty seat, and it's getting late. No luck at the Navy docks again tonight. What should I fill it with?"

All I wanted to discuss was "empty seats". I was hoping NC would be interested, but he hasn't called.
Three Halves wrote: "Hello Poppets, I still have an empty seat, and it's getting late. No luck at the Navy docks again tonight. What should I fill it with?" All I wanted to discuss was "empty seats". I was hoping NC would be interested, but he hasn't called. SaintinCanada
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1:38am Sat 26 Jan 13

st1halo says...

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .
I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)
I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .
Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good.

RYRIHF!
OI! Do your investigating bit Mr V. Think I mentioned Boruc first.

:-)


STID
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: As an aside , there was a Q&A session on twitter with Gaston , when asked which player has impressed him most at Southampton his reply was "Guly" .[/p][/quote]I'm in good company - he's a star. I reckon he'll be played by MP just as much as he was by NA (and, boy, will that get the conspriacy theorists ranting)[/p][/quote]I suppose that my point is that all these Pseudo managers know next to fcuk all and fail to see what some players actually bring to the table , give the opinion of a professional anytime .[/p][/quote]Well, all I'll say (in the spirit of mutual backslapping) is that you and I seemed to be the only ones to believe that Boruc would come good. RYRIHF![/p][/quote]OI! Do your investigating bit Mr V. Think I mentioned Boruc first. :-) STID st1halo
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4:22am Sat 26 Jan 13

Optimist says...

José María Callejón of Real Madrid has had a Wiki change to Southampton?
José María Callejón of Real Madrid has had a Wiki change to Southampton? Optimist
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8:46am Sat 26 Jan 13

TheSaintsMan says...

Morgan Schneiderlin is a top player and is extremely underrated. His partnership with Jack Cork has been instrumental this season.
Morgan Schneiderlin is a top player and is extremely underrated. His partnership with Jack Cork has been instrumental this season. TheSaintsMan
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8:48am Sat 26 Jan 13

TheSaintsMan says...

Optimist wrote:
José María Callejón of Real Madrid has had a Wiki change to Southampton?
Probably just a troll messing about. Lionel Messi had a Wiki change to Swindon Town the other day.

On the other hand, Pochettino was a big fan of José María Callejón when he played at Espanyol, so we may actually sign him considering Real Madrid are keen to offload him.
[quote][p][bold]Optimist[/bold] wrote: José María Callejón of Real Madrid has had a Wiki change to Southampton?[/p][/quote]Probably just a troll messing about. Lionel Messi had a Wiki change to Swindon Town the other day. On the other hand, Pochettino was a big fan of José María Callejón when he played at Espanyol, so we may actually sign him considering Real Madrid are keen to offload him. TheSaintsMan
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10:09am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

We ahve only just begun.......what a time ..what laffs Pip..
We ahve only just begun.......what a time ..what laffs Pip.. warrens 76
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10:10am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

We ahve only just begun.......what a time ..what laffs Pip..
We ahve only just begun.......what a time ..what laffs Pip.. warrens 76
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10:59am Sat 26 Jan 13

Linesman says...

Confucious wrote:
I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.
I understand that there has been official confirmation that your tackle does work, but only for urinati0n, for which you have to be seated to perform.

Other than that - purely for decoration.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.[/p][/quote]I understand that there has been official confirmation that your tackle does work, but only for urinati0n, for which you have to be seated to perform. Other than that - purely for decoration. Linesman
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11:35am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

saintkenny wrote:
three halves wrote:
Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying .
How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.
give it up kent141 your not a saints ,as for premiership football the away part takes 3000 seats in the northam stand .that leaves 29.0000 and everton came down with 2000 so you can only get 30.000 for a live tv game .so how do you get 4000 .and you wonder why saints fans on here think you have a mentality of a 10 year old
1 year old!!!
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: Im sure Cortese views 4000 empty seats for a important premier league game as worrying . How many of those stayed away in protest like myself and will continue to do so i wonder.[/p][/quote]give it up kent141 your not a saints ,as for premiership football the away part takes 3000 seats in the northam stand .that leaves 29.0000 and everton came down with 2000 so you can only get 30.000 for a live tv game .so how do you get 4000 .and you wonder why saints fans on here think you have a mentality of a 10 year old[/p][/quote]1 year old!!! warrens 76
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11:40am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
where would u go

pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies

spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies.

stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u
You are correct... however..we are not ****'s, skates, thieves, liars, cheats, mongrels, inbreds etc..give it up Skate.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: where would u go pool = 45k stadium mostly full. noisy. 36 trophies spurs = 36k stadium mostly full. noisy. 11 trophies. stains = 32k stadium. 4k missing. quiet. 1 trophy and no real chance of any more 4 u[/p][/quote]You are correct... however..we are not ****'s, skates, thieves, liars, cheats, mongrels, inbreds etc..give it up Skate. warrens 76
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2:39pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Linesman wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.
I understand that there has been official confirmation that your tackle does work, but only for urinati0n, for which you have to be seated to perform.

Other than that - purely for decoration.
Not known for looking down on the unemployed?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I'd love to have official confirmation that I have the best tackle in Europe.[/p][/quote]I understand that there has been official confirmation that your tackle does work, but only for urinati0n, for which you have to be seated to perform. Other than that - purely for decoration.[/p][/quote]Not known for looking down on the unemployed? OSPREYSAINT
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