Saints ace Rickie's heading for his ton

Daily Echo: Rickie Lambert Rickie Lambert

Rickie Lambert is just two goals away from notching a century for Saints and in the process becoming one of the club’s top ten post-war goalscorers.

Lambert has already bagged 98 goals for Saints since his move from Bristol Rovers in 2009 and looks like the best £1m Alan Pardew may have ever spent.

The 30-year-old is on the verge of an incredible milestone for the club, with upcoming away games at Manchester United and Wigan giving him the chance of bagging a piece of history.

Only nine players have previously scored 100 goals for Saints in the post-war era.

Full story in today's Daily Echo

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7:12am Sat 26 Jan 13

scprof says...

And the others are??
And the others are?? scprof
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7:13am Sat 26 Jan 13

Puddletown Saint says...

Rickie - A legend already.

Mick Channon is one :)
Rickie - A legend already. Mick Channon is one :) Puddletown Saint
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7:28am Sat 26 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

Come on Hartlepool.
Come on Hartlepool. mack chinnon
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7:32am Sat 26 Jan 13

bridge-miester says...

Hes a super SAINT wont b long!!!!!
Hes a super SAINT wont b long!!!!! bridge-miester
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7:46am Sat 26 Jan 13

RedArmy1 says...

RICKIE IS AWESOME !!!

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRMY
RICKIE IS AWESOME !!! RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRMY RedArmy1
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8:11am Sat 26 Jan 13

three halves says...

Ricky is truly immense and cant wait to see him in a England shirt.
Ricky is truly immense and cant wait to see him in a England shirt. three halves
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8:11am Sat 26 Jan 13

olddellsaint says...

Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis
Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis olddellsaint
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8:15am Sat 26 Jan 13

three halves says...

As the headline says Ricky is fast heading towards a Ton.
No one can argue with that fact.
As the headline says Ricky is fast heading towards a Ton. No one can argue with that fact. three halves
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8:29am Sat 26 Jan 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Rickie Lambert has carried us from the moment he arrived at the club.
In all of the years I have watched Saints there has never been a more gifted centre forward.
I hope that he retains the captains arm band in this new managerial era.
His vocal and physical drive plus his talismanic aura, lifts the team that previous captains have been unable to do.
We need our best leader in the captains position.
I know Adam Lallana would be p1ssed off but it will concentrate his mind on his own football.
His time will come again.

The 100 goals will be a milestone for Rickie but that will be followed by many more.
COYS.

P.S.
It's good to see the many new posters on this site.
Pitty it has taken the contentious issue of the sacking of Nigel to prompt them to respond.

Any way WELCOME one and all.
Rickie Lambert has carried us from the moment he arrived at the club. In all of the years I have watched Saints there has never been a more gifted centre forward. I hope that he retains the captains arm band in this new managerial era. His vocal and physical drive plus his talismanic aura, lifts the team that previous captains have been unable to do. We need our best leader in the captains position. I know Adam Lallana would be p1ssed off but it will concentrate his mind on his own football. His time will come again. The 100 goals will be a milestone for Rickie but that will be followed by many more. COYS. P.S. It's good to see the many new posters on this site. Pitty it has taken the contentious issue of the sacking of Nigel to prompt them to respond. Any way WELCOME one and all. SFCOLDBOY
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8:33am Sat 26 Jan 13

Rising_Son says...

olddellsaint wrote:
Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis
George O'Brien and Derek Reeves
[quote][p][bold]olddellsaint[/bold] wrote: Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis[/p][/quote]George O'Brien and Derek Reeves Rising_Son
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8:38am Sat 26 Jan 13

TheSaintsMan says...

Rickie Lambert is one of the greatest players to play for the club. He is a mighty leader, a powerful scorer. He lacks pace but his goal-scoring ability and remarkable penalty-taking makes up for these things. He is a true Saint.
Rickie Lambert is one of the greatest players to play for the club. He is a mighty leader, a powerful scorer. He lacks pace but his goal-scoring ability and remarkable penalty-taking makes up for these things. He is a true Saint. TheSaintsMan
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8:39am Sat 26 Jan 13

Rising_Son says...

Rising_Son wrote:
olddellsaint wrote:
Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis
George O'Brien and Derek Reeves
According to wikipedia, Chivers only scored a meagre 96, so he's not one of the nine.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]olddellsaint[/bold] wrote: Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis[/p][/quote]George O'Brien and Derek Reeves[/p][/quote]According to wikipedia, Chivers only scored a meagre 96, so he's not one of the nine. Rising_Son
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8:39am Sat 26 Jan 13

westdraytonsaint says...

185 Mick Channon 1966–1977 & 1979–1982
162 Matthew Le Tissier 1986–2002
160 Terry Paine 1956–1974
156 Bill Rawlings 1920–1927
154 George O’Brien 1959–1966
145 Derek Reeves 1954–1963
145 Eric Day 1945–1957
134 Ron Davies 1966–1973
97 Martin Chivers 1962–1968
90 Tommy Mulgrew 1954–1962

Bill Rawlings also scored 19 goals
185 Mick Channon 1966–1977 & 1979–1982 162 Matthew Le Tissier 1986–2002 160 Terry Paine 1956–1974 156 Bill Rawlings 1920–1927 154 George O’Brien 1959–1966 145 Derek Reeves 1954–1963 145 Eric Day 1945–1957 134 Ron Davies 1966–1973 97 Martin Chivers 1962–1968 90 Tommy Mulgrew 1954–1962 Bill Rawlings also scored 19 goals westdraytonsaint
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8:41am Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

5
5 Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:43am Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

TheSaintsMan wrote:
Rickie Lambert is one of the greatest players to play for the club. He is a mighty leader, a powerful scorer. He lacks pace but his goal-scoring ability and remarkable penalty-taking makes up for these things. He is a true Saint.
Paine.

What about Phil Boyer and Steve Moran?
[quote][p][bold]TheSaintsMan[/bold] wrote: Rickie Lambert is one of the greatest players to play for the club. He is a mighty leader, a powerful scorer. He lacks pace but his goal-scoring ability and remarkable penalty-taking makes up for these things. He is a true Saint.[/p][/quote]Paine. What about Phil Boyer and Steve Moran? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:43am Sat 26 Jan 13

TheSaintsMan says...

Top Ten All-Time Southampton FC League Goal Scorers

185 - Mick Channon
162 - Matthew Le Tissier
160 - Terry Paine
156 - Bill Rawlings
154 - George O’Brien
145 - Derek Reeves
145 - Eric Day
134 - Ron Davies
097 - Martin Chivers
090 - Tommy Mulgrew
Top Ten All-Time Southampton FC League Goal Scorers 185 - Mick Channon 162 - Matthew Le Tissier 160 - Terry Paine 156 - Bill Rawlings 154 - George O’Brien 145 - Derek Reeves 145 - Eric Day 134 - Ron Davies 097 - Martin Chivers 090 - Tommy Mulgrew TheSaintsMan
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8:44am Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Hartlepool.
They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Hartlepool.[/p][/quote]They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:47am Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
TheSaintsMan wrote:
Rickie Lambert is one of the greatest players to play for the club. He is a mighty leader, a powerful scorer. He lacks pace but his goal-scoring ability and remarkable penalty-taking makes up for these things. He is a true Saint.
Paine.

What about Phil Boyer and Steve Moran?
Some how my post attached to the wrong one. That's random!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheSaintsMan[/bold] wrote: Rickie Lambert is one of the greatest players to play for the club. He is a mighty leader, a powerful scorer. He lacks pace but his goal-scoring ability and remarkable penalty-taking makes up for these things. He is a true Saint.[/p][/quote]Paine. What about Phil Boyer and Steve Moran?[/p][/quote]Some how my post attached to the wrong one. That's random! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:09am Sat 26 Jan 13

olddellsaint says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
olddellsaint wrote:
Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis
George O'Brien and Derek Reeves
According to wikipedia, Chivers only scored a meagre 96, so he's not one of the nine.
I stand corrected Sir. thank you
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]olddellsaint[/bold] wrote: Chivers, LeeTiss and Ron Davis[/p][/quote]George O'Brien and Derek Reeves[/p][/quote]According to wikipedia, Chivers only scored a meagre 96, so he's not one of the nine.[/p][/quote]I stand corrected Sir. thank you olddellsaint
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9:12am Sat 26 Jan 13

three halves says...

I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel. three halves
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9:14am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

You are our love child...
You are our love child... warrens 76
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9:15am Sat 26 Jan 13

abcdefcuk says...

In order, total goals:

Mick Channon (223)
Le Tissier (210 if you include the one he was robbed of which was originally put down as an own goal!)
Bill Rawlings (193)
Terry Paine (183)
George O'Brien (180)
Derek Reeves (173)
Eric Day (158)
Ron Davies (153)
Arthur Dominy (146)
Martin Chivers (106)
Tommy Mulgrew (100)
In order, total goals: Mick Channon (223) Le Tissier (210 if you include the one he was robbed of which was originally put down as an own goal!) Bill Rawlings (193) Terry Paine (183) George O'Brien (180) Derek Reeves (173) Eric Day (158) Ron Davies (153) Arthur Dominy (146) Martin Chivers (106) Tommy Mulgrew (100) abcdefcuk
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9:16am Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Hartlepool.
They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.
Now that's what I call a real basement battle. Come on you chimp chokers!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Hartlepool.[/p][/quote]They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.[/p][/quote]Now that's what I call a real basement battle. Come on you chimp chokers! Baddesley Bill
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9:21am Sat 26 Jan 13

Clever Dick says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Hartlepool.
They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.
Apparently they are going to have a team hug just b4 kick off. Just to introduce themselves to each other and let everybody know their names.!!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Hartlepool.[/p][/quote]They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.[/p][/quote]Apparently they are going to have a team hug just b4 kick off. Just to introduce themselves to each other and let everybody know their names.!! Clever Dick
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9:25am Sat 26 Jan 13

JohnItaly says...

Could not think of a better place than Old Trafford for RL to make the ton.
Could not think of a better place than Old Trafford for RL to make the ton. JohnItaly
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9:31am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

JohnItaly wrote:
Could not think of a better place than Old Trafford for RL to make the ton.
Yep!!
[quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: Could not think of a better place than Old Trafford for RL to make the ton.[/p][/quote]Yep!! warrens 76
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9:34am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up!

Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you?

Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going?? warrens 76
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9:51am Sat 26 Jan 13

rocketone says...

Ricky, like Le Tiss, is not blessed with speed and relies on his positional sense and physique.
He isn't going to lose those.
The experience he is gaining in the Prem is making him a better player.
The same goes for Jrod.
He is going to get better.
Most of the players who are playing regularly now have stepped up and shown their ability.
New signings will need to be better than what we have. That will make them expensive!
At the end of this season there will be squad players moving on, end of contract moving on.
Everyone thinks Punch should get a new contract, if he isn't being offered one then Who have they got in mind to replace him?
Exciting times to be a Saints fan.
Ricky, like Le Tiss, is not blessed with speed and relies on his positional sense and physique. He isn't going to lose those. The experience he is gaining in the Prem is making him a better player. The same goes for Jrod. He is going to get better. Most of the players who are playing regularly now have stepped up and shown their ability. New signings will need to be better than what we have. That will make them expensive! At the end of this season there will be squad players moving on, end of contract moving on. Everyone thinks Punch should get a new contract, if he isn't being offered one then Who have they got in mind to replace him? Exciting times to be a Saints fan. rocketone
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9:59am Sat 26 Jan 13

St.David says...

Have to say Ricky is a true star. Only a matter of time before he gets the ton and how nice would it be to get them at Old Trafford.
Have to say Ricky is a true star. Only a matter of time before he gets the ton and how nice would it be to get them at Old Trafford. St.David
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10:00am Sat 26 Jan 13

hedge end bob says...

three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away. hedge end bob
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10:08am Sat 26 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

rocketone wrote:
Ricky, like Le Tiss, is not blessed with speed and relies on his positional sense and physique.
He isn't going to lose those.
The experience he is gaining in the Prem is making him a better player.
The same goes for Jrod.
He is going to get better.
Most of the players who are playing regularly now have stepped up and shown their ability.
New signings will need to be better than what we have. That will make them expensive!
At the end of this season there will be squad players moving on, end of contract moving on.
Everyone thinks Punch should get a new contract, if he isn't being offered one then Who have they got in mind to replace him?
Exciting times to be a Saints fan.
Rtone..I am gutted re hoe NA was sacked but by god our future looks fantastic.....Exciti
ng ..we have only just begun..
[quote][p][bold]rocketone[/bold] wrote: Ricky, like Le Tiss, is not blessed with speed and relies on his positional sense and physique. He isn't going to lose those. The experience he is gaining in the Prem is making him a better player. The same goes for Jrod. He is going to get better. Most of the players who are playing regularly now have stepped up and shown their ability. New signings will need to be better than what we have. That will make them expensive! At the end of this season there will be squad players moving on, end of contract moving on. Everyone thinks Punch should get a new contract, if he isn't being offered one then Who have they got in mind to replace him? Exciting times to be a Saints fan.[/p][/quote]Rtone..I am gutted re hoe NA was sacked but by god our future looks fantastic.....Exciti ng ..we have only just begun.. warrens 76
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10:15am Sat 26 Jan 13

spirit of 66 says...

Davies, Channon, Paine, Chivers - names to conjure with. At school at Bitterne Park and Tauntons during those times days I was truly blessed to be a Saints supporter. Remember Ron Davies four goals at Manchester Utd and Busby's praise for our centre forward and MOTD interview (in black and white, see Youtube). Now RL would really join the Saints Hall of Fame if he gets a hat trick next Sat at Old Trafford.
Davies, Channon, Paine, Chivers - names to conjure with. At school at Bitterne Park and Tauntons during those times days I was truly blessed to be a Saints supporter. Remember Ron Davies four goals at Manchester Utd and Busby's praise for our centre forward and MOTD interview (in black and white, see Youtube). Now RL would really join the Saints Hall of Fame if he gets a hat trick next Sat at Old Trafford. spirit of 66
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10:15am Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up!

Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you?

Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
I'm going with Seed (it would appear he's sacked his chauffer and is grooming me for the job).

Am awaiting pub suggestions for before the match, and will be sampling the delights of the manc curry mile by night!
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??[/p][/quote]I'm going with Seed (it would appear he's sacked his chauffer and is grooming me for the job). Am awaiting pub suggestions for before the match, and will be sampling the delights of the manc curry mile by night! Baddesley Bill
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10:16am Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Another negative story about Jim Steele being asked to leave the Dell Cafe in todays Echo.

At least it's not just me! Not being a member, I quite rightly took my leave and dignity and waited around for the game somewhere else. In your face, Cortese!!
Another negative story about Jim Steele being asked to leave the Dell Cafe in todays Echo. At least it's not just me! Not being a member, I quite rightly took my leave and dignity and waited around for the game somewhere else. In your face, Cortese!! Thornhill Saint
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10:19am Sat 26 Jan 13

kinkyboots09 says...

Ricky will pass this milestone with ease.
However,this is just a page filler so i suspect no imminent transfers at the moment,fingers crossed tho x
Ricky will pass this milestone with ease. However,this is just a page filler so i suspect no imminent transfers at the moment,fingers crossed tho x kinkyboots09
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10:27am Sat 26 Jan 13

Confucious says...

Great quote from Rickie in the sports section of this month's Mathematics Journal....

"A hundred goals for Saints would be great. After all, 100 is the sum of the first nine prime numbers and the sum of the first ten odd numbers. But more than that the fans would like to see me get a goal total equal to 1+8+27+64 - the sum of the first four cube numbers!"

"Also I remember my missus saying when I joined Saints that she'd love to see me score 100 because that is the molecular weight of calcium carbonate."

Top bloke - top magazine!
Great quote from Rickie in the sports section of this month's Mathematics Journal.... "A hundred goals for Saints would be great. After all, 100 is the sum of the first nine prime numbers and the sum of the first ten odd numbers. But more than that the fans would like to see me get a goal total equal to 1+8+27+64 - the sum of the first four cube numbers!" "Also I remember my missus saying when I joined Saints that she'd love to see me score 100 because that is the molecular weight of calcium carbonate." Top bloke - top magazine! Confucious
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10:30am Sat 26 Jan 13

David Crook says...

Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team,
I rest my case to the England Manager
Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team, I rest my case to the England Manager David Crook
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10:40am Sat 26 Jan 13

kinkyboots09 says...

David Crook wrote:
Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team,
I rest my case to the England Manager
Would woy the boy have the courage to select him ?
A very bias opinion that i will make tho is that SRL has much more to his game than just banging goals in x
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team, I rest my case to the England Manager[/p][/quote]Would woy the boy have the courage to select him ? A very bias opinion that i will make tho is that SRL has much more to his game than just banging goals in x kinkyboots09
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10:47am Sat 26 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
mack chinnon wrote: Come on Hartlepool.
They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.
Now that's what I call a real basement battle. Come on you chimp chokers!
The term is monkey hangers!
They don't like it - but what a great couple of night matches there in our days in League 1.
Where's Alan Carr...on the pitch!
The steward had a hissy fit as he minced towards the tunnel!
I bet we took more there on a Tuesday night than they take today!!!
Come on the 'pool!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Hartlepool.[/p][/quote]They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.[/p][/quote]Now that's what I call a real basement battle. Come on you chimp chokers![/p][/quote]The term is monkey hangers! They don't like it - but what a great couple of night matches there in our days in League 1. Where's Alan Carr...on the pitch! The steward had a hissy fit as he minced towards the tunnel! I bet we took more there on a Tuesday night than they take today!!! Come on the 'pool! St.Yorkie
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10:49am Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up!

Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you?

Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
I'm going with Seed (it would appear he's sacked his chauffer and is grooming me for the job).

Am awaiting pub suggestions for before the match, and will be sampling the delights of the manc curry mile by night!
I'm certainly not grooming you for your arse!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??[/p][/quote]I'm going with Seed (it would appear he's sacked his chauffer and is grooming me for the job). Am awaiting pub suggestions for before the match, and will be sampling the delights of the manc curry mile by night![/p][/quote]I'm certainly not grooming you for your arse! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:51am Sat 26 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too?
I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week.
First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League!
Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!!
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??[/p][/quote]I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too? I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week. First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League! Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!! St.Yorkie
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10:53am Sat 26 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

Your not wrong there Yorkie we'll be talking about those matches in the years to come hopefully on away trips on the continent
Your not wrong there Yorkie we'll be talking about those matches in the years to come hopefully on away trips on the continent SO50 Saint
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10:58am Sat 26 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

Don't know Wigan at all or if there are any pubs worth going to close to the ground.
What about parking - on the street?
Guess I'll have to look at awaydays pages for once...
Only my second visit to a ground this season - I feel like a part-time supporter, but this Premier League lark is a tad expensive!
I liked the prices in League 1!
Don't know Wigan at all or if there are any pubs worth going to close to the ground. What about parking - on the street? Guess I'll have to look at awaydays pages for once... Only my second visit to a ground this season - I feel like a part-time supporter, but this Premier League lark is a tad expensive! I liked the prices in League 1! St.Yorkie
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11:03am Sat 26 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

FSimon Wright a visiting West Bromwich Albion fan informs me; 'Beside the away turnstiles is an entrance to a bar, specifically for the use of away fans. It has the usual bar, big screen television and sells pies, as well as teas and coffees. It's a great facility and welcomes families' It is know as the Marquee Bar as it resembles one inside. The traditional pub for away fans visiting the DW stadium is the Red Robin, which is only a few minutes walk away from the ground opposite the Cinema Complex.

Otherwise in the centre of town is a Wetherspoons outlet called the 'Moon Under Water' which was popular with away supporters on my last visit. Also worth a visit is the award winning 'Anvil' pub, which is located next to the bus station. Both these pubs are listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Also worth a mention is the Berkeley on Wallgate (near the railway station). This fair sized pub, had a good mix of home and away supporters on my last visit, serves five ever changing real ales and shows Sky Sports on a huge screen. Otherwise alcohol is available inside the stadium. Andrew MacGregor adds; 'The Swan and Railway pub opposite North Western railway station was very welcoming. They encouraged us to put our Reading flag up in the window and were very pleasant to us all'.
ound this - where then?
FSimon Wright a visiting West Bromwich Albion fan informs me; 'Beside the away turnstiles is an entrance to a bar, specifically for the use of away fans. It has the usual bar, big screen television and sells pies, as well as teas and coffees. It's a great facility and welcomes families' It is know as the Marquee Bar as it resembles one inside. The traditional pub for away fans visiting the DW stadium is the Red Robin, which is only a few minutes walk away from the ground opposite the Cinema Complex. Otherwise in the centre of town is a Wetherspoons outlet called the 'Moon Under Water' which was popular with away supporters on my last visit. Also worth a visit is the award winning 'Anvil' pub, which is located next to the bus station. Both these pubs are listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Also worth a mention is the Berkeley on Wallgate (near the railway station). This fair sized pub, had a good mix of home and away supporters on my last visit, serves five ever changing real ales and shows Sky Sports on a huge screen. Otherwise alcohol is available inside the stadium. Andrew MacGregor adds; 'The Swan and Railway pub opposite North Western railway station was very welcoming. They encouraged us to put our Reading flag up in the window and were very pleasant to us all'. ound this - where then? St.Yorkie
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11:04am Sat 26 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

I've had a look and the only one close to the ground is called the Red Robin. Very much looking forward to next Saturday like most never been to Wigan before let alone to the DW
I've had a look and the only one close to the ground is called the Red Robin. Very much looking forward to next Saturday like most never been to Wigan before let alone to the DW SO50 Saint
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11:39am Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Interesting article from Harry Hunt over Bournemouth side.

http://www.tibsnews.
com/news/seaborne-ba
cks-saints-chairman/


Interesting one for all those who have a view on whether Cortese is a bad person)and are not wholy tired of the whole debate), and those interested in how the players are adapting in this brave new world.

Also intersting the Echo did not pick up on it. Possibly not negative enough about the current regime.
Interesting article from Harry Hunt over Bournemouth side. http://www.tibsnews. com/news/seaborne-ba cks-saints-chairman/ Interesting one for all those who have a view on whether Cortese is a bad person)and are not wholy tired of the whole debate), and those interested in how the players are adapting in this brave new world. Also intersting the Echo did not pick up on it. Possibly not negative enough about the current regime. Thornhill Saint
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11:39am Sat 26 Jan 13

three halves says...

hedge end bob wrote:
three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.[/p][/quote]Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same. three halves
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11:40am Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Confucious wrote:
Great quote from Rickie in the sports section of this month's Mathematics Journal....

"A hundred goals for Saints would be great. After all, 100 is the sum of the first nine prime numbers and the sum of the first ten odd numbers. But more than that the fans would like to see me get a goal total equal to 1+8+27+64 - the sum of the first four cube numbers!"

"Also I remember my missus saying when I joined Saints that she'd love to see me score 100 because that is the molecular weight of calcium carbonate."

Top bloke - top magazine!
I read that too, he’s a clever lad our Rickie.
What I’d like him to explain to me is that if we were in conflict with France from 1337 to 1453, why was it called the 100 Year War?
That’s nearly as long as the skunts have been in admin.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Great quote from Rickie in the sports section of this month's Mathematics Journal.... "A hundred goals for Saints would be great. After all, 100 is the sum of the first nine prime numbers and the sum of the first ten odd numbers. But more than that the fans would like to see me get a goal total equal to 1+8+27+64 - the sum of the first four cube numbers!" "Also I remember my missus saying when I joined Saints that she'd love to see me score 100 because that is the molecular weight of calcium carbonate." Top bloke - top magazine![/p][/quote]I read that too, he’s a clever lad our Rickie. What I’d like him to explain to me is that if we were in conflict with France from 1337 to 1453, why was it called the 100 Year War? That’s nearly as long as the skunts have been in admin. Mush On The Beach
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11:44am Sat 26 Jan 13

Taoboy says...

No need to boycott the saints because of the style of the chairman. NC has the business side of the club to take care of. Given the current climate in commerce and the curtailing of free speech and civil rights over commercial interests we should not be surprised that a banker feels it is ok to behave towards fellow professionals.
However there has been no mention of a mrs Cortese, so I was wondering whether or not he has a partner and if not urge might be in need of a little loving himself.
That is assuming his tastes which may be incorrect, I don't know.
A youngish stunning saints fan who might welcome the challenge, as most young ladies see themselves as civilizers of men, she will have to be a smart cookie too, might change his whole attitude towards others.
Meanwhile where it matters,
Looking forward to Manure as I think they might face quite a surprise.
C'mon you Saints.
No need to boycott the saints because of the style of the chairman. NC has the business side of the club to take care of. Given the current climate in commerce and the curtailing of free speech and civil rights over commercial interests we should not be surprised that a banker feels it is ok to behave towards fellow professionals. However there has been no mention of a mrs Cortese, so I was wondering whether or not he has a partner and if not urge might be in need of a little loving himself. That is assuming his tastes which may be incorrect, I don't know. A youngish stunning saints fan who might welcome the challenge, as most young ladies see themselves as civilizers of men, she will have to be a smart cookie too, might change his whole attitude towards others. Meanwhile where it matters, Looking forward to Manure as I think they might face quite a surprise. C'mon you Saints. Taoboy
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11:45am Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

three halves wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.
Yes Mr sock poppet, not popular on The News site either are you.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.[/p][/quote]Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.[/p][/quote]Yes Mr sock poppet, not popular on The News site either are you. OSPREYSAINT
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11:50am Sat 26 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

wat a player. if he gets a ton. 12 of t goals will b in the top flight and a third would be pens. he must b 1 of the best players in t world. play him for england.



may b he could com on 2 score a pen for england as he is 2 slow for internat open play and england would not build the team around him
wat a player. if he gets a ton. 12 of t goals will b in the top flight and a third would be pens. he must b 1 of the best players in t world. play him for england. may b he could com on 2 score a pen for england as he is 2 slow for internat open play and england would not build the team around him Five Trophies Between Us
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11:55am Sat 26 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

Our new manager speaks better English than you FTBU
Our new manager speaks better English than you FTBU SO50 Saint
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12:01pm Sat 26 Jan 13

pompey in spain says...

fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............
....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu
t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!! pompey in spain
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12:05pm Sat 26 Jan 13

buckie says...

FTBU it"s nice for us saints fans to be discussing a future england international and a upward looking premier club wonder if your lot can say the same coys
FTBU it"s nice for us saints fans to be discussing a future england international and a upward looking premier club wonder if your lot can say the same coys buckie
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12:06pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

For those of you commenting on the comments by "three halves" you may not know but that's the new signon of Kent141, a Portsmouth supporter previously banned from this site.

He makes comments framed as though he's a Saints' supporter but once everyone's twigged him and realises he's just winding people up, he descends into vile language and abuse, gets banned and comes back under a new identity. He's rather a sad character as we're his only friends. And we all think he's a twit.

He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is...

etc, etc.
For those of you commenting on the comments by "three halves" you may not know but that's the new signon of Kent141, a Portsmouth supporter previously banned from this site. He makes comments framed as though he's a Saints' supporter but once everyone's twigged him and realises he's just winding people up, he descends into vile language and abuse, gets banned and comes back under a new identity. He's rather a sad character as we're his only friends. And we all think he's a twit. He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is... etc, etc. Velleity
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12:07pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Just got back from taking my lad to Sholing FC football training and noticed a thing today , when i first took him about 30% of the kids wore replica saints kits , I estimate that now (two years on) that it's around 80% ....... speaks volumes to me ...... COYR !!!
Just got back from taking my lad to Sholing FC football training and noticed a thing today , when i first took him about 30% of the kids wore replica saints kits , I estimate that now (two years on) that it's around 80% ....... speaks volumes to me ...... COYR !!! slugger
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12:09pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

pompey in spain wrote:
fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............

....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu

t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder. Velleity
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12:15pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

Velleity wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
scores against the minnows
he only scores against the minnows
most of them are from 12 yards
he only scores against the minnows
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.[/p][/quote]scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows Five Trophies Between Us
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12:18pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
scores against the minnows
he only scores against the minnows
most of them are from 12 yards
he only scores against the minnows
Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.[/p][/quote]scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows[/p][/quote]Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park. Baddesley Bill
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12:21pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows
Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.
was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.[/p][/quote]scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows[/p][/quote]Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.[/p][/quote]was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in Five Trophies Between Us
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12:28pm Sat 26 Jan 13

sking19326 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Hartlepool.
They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.
Jeff Stellings blue and white army !!!!!!!

Get Le Tiss to gee him up this afternoon.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Hartlepool.[/p][/quote]They're anchored to the bottom. Be lovely to see them kick start their season.[/p][/quote]Jeff Stellings blue and white army !!!!!!! Get Le Tiss to gee him up this afternoon. sking19326
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12:29pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows
Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.
was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in
I'd have assmed as a die hard bluefin, you'd have been there to see him outpace your near static defence and nod it in near post. Blimey...do you not actually go to games?
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.[/p][/quote]scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows[/p][/quote]Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.[/p][/quote]was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in[/p][/quote]I'd have assmed as a die hard bluefin, you'd have been there to see him outpace your near static defence and nod it in near post. Blimey...do you not actually go to games? Baddesley Bill
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12:32pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows
Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.
was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in
I'd have assmed as a die hard bluefin, you'd have been there to see him outpace your near static defence and nod it in near post. Blimey...do you not actually go to games?
8 whole mins 2 giv me that answer. haha
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.[/p][/quote]scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows[/p][/quote]Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.[/p][/quote]was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in[/p][/quote]I'd have assmed as a die hard bluefin, you'd have been there to see him outpace your near static defence and nod it in near post. Blimey...do you not actually go to games?[/p][/quote]8 whole mins 2 giv me that answer. haha Five Trophies Between Us
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12:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

seven777. says...

Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.
Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton. seven777.
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12:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Little Hitler says...

Scores against the minnows? LOL

Man Utd
Man City
Chelsea

Aren't they the current top 3?

He's not even overweight, he's just a unit.
Scores against the minnows? LOL Man Utd Man City Chelsea Aren't they the current top 3? He's not even overweight, he's just a unit. Little Hitler
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12:39pm Sat 26 Jan 13

sking19326 says...

three halves wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.
Yours and their loss in this exciting time for Saints......still Sh*tmuff are looking for deluded fans. Off you go.

COYR
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.[/p][/quote]Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.[/p][/quote]Yours and their loss in this exciting time for Saints......still Sh*tmuff are looking for deluded fans. Off you go. COYR sking19326
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12:39pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
scores against the minnows
he only scores against the minnows
most of them are from 12 yards
he only scores against the minnows
Minnows like Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea? I see what you're getting at.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.[/p][/quote]scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows[/p][/quote]Minnows like Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea? I see what you're getting at. Velleity
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12:42pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

three halves wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.
Kent141/Three halves said:

"Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same."

Just realised that, for once, Kenty was telling the truth. I'm sure he won't be attending any Saints games from now on.

Well done Kent; you've inadvertently become honest.

What a tragic life you lead.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.[/p][/quote]Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.[/p][/quote]Kent141/Three halves said: "Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same." Just realised that, for once, Kenty was telling the truth. I'm sure he won't be attending any Saints games from now on. Well done Kent; you've inadvertently become honest. What a tragic life you lead. Velleity
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12:44pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

See, I TRIED not to quote and look what happens.
See, I TRIED not to quote and look what happens. Velleity
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12:44pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

Little Hitler wrote:
Scores against the minnows? LOL Man Utd Man City Chelsea Aren't they the current top 3? He's not even overweight, he's just a unit.
manc teams. first games b4 they sorted their defences out. chelsea goal = landed on his head. cortese will drop him soon an ur loyal fans will say. we dont care
[quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: Scores against the minnows? LOL Man Utd Man City Chelsea Aren't they the current top 3? He's not even overweight, he's just a unit.[/p][/quote]manc teams. first games b4 they sorted their defences out. chelsea goal = landed on his head. cortese will drop him soon an ur loyal fans will say. we dont care Five Trophies Between Us
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12:44pm Sat 26 Jan 13

sking19326 says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
wat a player. if he gets a ton. 12 of t goals will b in the top flight and a third would be pens. he must b 1 of the best players in t world. play him for england.



may b he could com on 2 score a pen for england as he is 2 slow for internat open play and england would not build the team around him
Five Brain Cells Between You is one catastrophic bell end!!!!!!!

COYR
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: wat a player. if he gets a ton. 12 of t goals will b in the top flight and a third would be pens. he must b 1 of the best players in t world. play him for england. may b he could com on 2 score a pen for england as he is 2 slow for internat open play and england would not build the team around him[/p][/quote]Five Brain Cells Between You is one catastrophic bell end!!!!!!! COYR sking19326
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12:47pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!!
He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.
scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows
Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.
was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in
I'd have assmed as a die hard bluefin, you'd have been there to see him outpace your near static defence and nod it in near post. Blimey...do you not actually go to games?
8 whole mins 2 giv me that answer. haha
Apologies....I didn't realise that there was a time limit associated with posting a comment to a skunt.

Hope I didn't keep you too long waiting for this one....as you no doubt have a game to go to ;O)
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: fat lardy lambert, hes just a fat lardy lambert,............ ....sorry so childish but gotta be done..............bu t t erry paine and ron davies? legends for your club.....where are they now?......and before you lot say it ,no we are no looking to sign them now....davies AGAIN maybe being ex pompey...!!![/p][/quote]He's just a fat lardy Lambert who is the top English goalscorer in the Premiership (remember what that is?) having won the golden boot in L1 and the Championship playing for us. Which bit matters more? Which do you think interests us the most, his lardiness or his skill? Hmmm...I wonder.[/p][/quote]scores against the minnows he only scores against the minnows most of them are from 12 yards he only scores against the minnows[/p][/quote]Indeed....he did score at Fratton Park.[/p][/quote]was it a pen. did he av 2 move 2 kick the ball in[/p][/quote]I'd have assmed as a die hard bluefin, you'd have been there to see him outpace your near static defence and nod it in near post. Blimey...do you not actually go to games?[/p][/quote]8 whole mins 2 giv me that answer. haha[/p][/quote]Apologies....I didn't realise that there was a time limit associated with posting a comment to a skunt. Hope I didn't keep you too long waiting for this one....as you no doubt have a game to go to ;O) Baddesley Bill
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12:57pm Sat 26 Jan 13

SO50 Saint says...

Loving the jealousy from FTBU you guys would kill just to have his weaker left foot. And for the record I do believe it won't be long til Lambo is replaced be it the end of this season or next but he will never be forgotten for what he has done much the same way as Adkins. We actually support our team I don't know how your lot do it how many you expecting today 10k?
Loving the jealousy from FTBU you guys would kill just to have his weaker left foot. And for the record I do believe it won't be long til Lambo is replaced be it the end of this season or next but he will never be forgotten for what he has done much the same way as Adkins. We actually support our team I don't know how your lot do it how many you expecting today 10k? SO50 Saint
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1:05pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

It was beautiful to see the FL remind the skunts that they're not allowed to start next season in Admin and will be thrown out of the league. He pointed out the league and the administrator had done everything possible to help but now it's over to them the fans. Oh dear....

Pompey 'till July
You're Pompey 'till July....
It was beautiful to see the FL remind the skunts that they're not allowed to start next season in Admin and will be thrown out of the league. He pointed out the league and the administrator had done everything possible to help but now it's over to them the fans. Oh dear.... Pompey 'till July You're Pompey 'till July.... Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:08pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Isn't it their anniversary soon? I think we should send them a cake.
Isn't it their anniversary soon? I think we should send them a cake. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:10pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Isn't it their anniversary soon? I think we should send them a cake.
A fish cake !
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Isn't it their anniversary soon? I think we should send them a cake.[/p][/quote]A fish cake ! slugger
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1:10pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Isn't it their anniversary soon? I think we should send them a cake.
A fishcake would be quite apt.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Isn't it their anniversary soon? I think we should send them a cake.[/p][/quote]A fishcake would be quite apt. Baddesley Bill
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1:12pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Great minds bro! :O)
Great minds bro! :O) Baddesley Bill
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1:13pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Great minds bro! :O)
LOL , what time you coming round ?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Great minds bro! :O)[/p][/quote]LOL , what time you coming round ? slugger
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1:15pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Outside of the Box says...

kinkyboots09 wrote:
David Crook wrote:
Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team,
I rest my case to the England Manager
Would woy the boy have the courage to select him ?
A very bias opinion that i will make tho is that SRL has much more to his game than just banging goals in x
Woy wont want Wickie, whatever wonderful Wickie does Woy will want Welbeck and Wooney at Wembley, which is woeful and weally wong
[quote][p][bold]kinkyboots09[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team, I rest my case to the England Manager[/p][/quote]Would woy the boy have the courage to select him ? A very bias opinion that i will make tho is that SRL has much more to his game than just banging goals in x[/p][/quote]Woy wont want Wickie, whatever wonderful Wickie does Woy will want Welbeck and Wooney at Wembley, which is woeful and weally wong Outside of the Box
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1:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

kinkyboots09 says...

Outside of the Box wrote:
kinkyboots09 wrote:
David Crook wrote:
Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team,
I rest my case to the England Manager
Would woy the boy have the courage to select him ?
A very bias opinion that i will make tho is that SRL has much more to his game than just banging goals in x
Woy wont want Wickie, whatever wonderful Wickie does Woy will want Welbeck and Wooney at Wembley, which is woeful and weally wong
Well woy should we-think wickie would well and twuly wun wagged teams what awive at wembly
[quote][p][bold]Outside of the Box[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kinkyboots09[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: Ricki Lambert must be considered for the next England squad selection.He has scored in every division he has played in,he is a all round team player,good in the air,good at free kicks, outstanding at penalties,just him being up there in the forward line is a morale booster for any team, I rest my case to the England Manager[/p][/quote]Would woy the boy have the courage to select him ? A very bias opinion that i will make tho is that SRL has much more to his game than just banging goals in x[/p][/quote]Woy wont want Wickie, whatever wonderful Wickie does Woy will want Welbeck and Wooney at Wembley, which is woeful and weally wong[/p][/quote]Well woy should we-think wickie would well and twuly wun wagged teams what awive at wembly kinkyboots09
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1:39pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Welcome back Kinkyboots .
Welcome back Kinkyboots . slugger
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1:41pm Sat 26 Jan 13

three halves says...

Velleity wrote:
For those of you commenting on the comments by "three halves" you may not know but that's the new signon of Kent141, a Portsmouth supporter previously banned from this site.

He makes comments framed as though he's a Saints' supporter but once everyone's twigged him and realises he's just winding people up, he descends into vile language and abuse, gets banned and comes back under a new identity. He's rather a sad character as we're his only friends. And we all think he's a twit.

He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is...

etc, etc.
Well im off to fratton park to watch the game,last time i went there was about 7 years ago when Lua Lua destroyed us and i think we lost 4-1.
Should be a interesting afternoon if not a culture shock.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: For those of you commenting on the comments by "three halves" you may not know but that's the new signon of Kent141, a Portsmouth supporter previously banned from this site. He makes comments framed as though he's a Saints' supporter but once everyone's twigged him and realises he's just winding people up, he descends into vile language and abuse, gets banned and comes back under a new identity. He's rather a sad character as we're his only friends. And we all think he's a twit. He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is... etc, etc.[/p][/quote]Well im off to fratton park to watch the game,last time i went there was about 7 years ago when Lua Lua destroyed us and i think we lost 4-1. Should be a interesting afternoon if not a culture shock. three halves
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1:43pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

seven777. wrote:
Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.
Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose?
[quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.[/p][/quote]Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose? OSPREYSAINT
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1:53pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

U21'S drew 2 2 with Spuds. U18's drew 1 1 with Reading. Ryan Seager a late equaliser. According to tweets that is, I haven't seen anything official.
U21'S drew 2 2 with Spuds. U18's drew 1 1 with Reading. Ryan Seager a late equaliser. According to tweets that is, I haven't seen anything official. OSPREYSAINT
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2:01pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

three halves wrote:
Velleity wrote:
For those of you commenting on the comments by "three halves" you may not know but that's the new signon of Kent141, a Portsmouth supporter previously banned from this site.

He makes comments framed as though he's a Saints' supporter but once everyone's twigged him and realises he's just winding people up, he descends into vile language and abuse, gets banned and comes back under a new identity. He's rather a sad character as we're his only friends. And we all think he's a twit.

He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is,
He's Kent and we know he is...

etc, etc.
Well im off to fratton park to watch the game,last time i went there was about 7 years ago when Lua Lua destroyed us and i think we lost 4-1.
Should be a interesting afternoon if not a culture shock.
At least we now know Southampton Dominance is three halves, and Osprey is definitely not Welsh.
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: For those of you commenting on the comments by "three halves" you may not know but that's the new signon of Kent141, a Portsmouth supporter previously banned from this site. He makes comments framed as though he's a Saints' supporter but once everyone's twigged him and realises he's just winding people up, he descends into vile language and abuse, gets banned and comes back under a new identity. He's rather a sad character as we're his only friends. And we all think he's a twit. He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is, He's Kent and we know he is... etc, etc.[/p][/quote]Well im off to fratton park to watch the game,last time i went there was about 7 years ago when Lua Lua destroyed us and i think we lost 4-1. Should be a interesting afternoon if not a culture shock.[/p][/quote]At least we now know Southampton Dominance is three halves, and Osprey is definitely not Welsh. OSPREYSAINT
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2:06pm Sat 26 Jan 13

worried of n e hampshire says...

be nice to see Ricky get his 99th & 100th in the red necks back yard!
be nice to see Ricky get his 99th & 100th in the red necks back yard! worried of n e hampshire
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2:09pm Sat 26 Jan 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Slightly off topic.
Something positive has come out of Saints trip to Spain!
Jason Puncheon has become
multi -lingual.
"Donde esta le lavabo,por pavor".
Can always come in usefull when in a hurry.
COYS.
Slightly off topic. Something positive has come out of Saints trip to Spain! Jason Puncheon has become multi -lingual. "Donde esta le lavabo,por pavor". Can always come in usefull when in a hurry. COYS. SFCOLDBOY
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2:10pm Sat 26 Jan 13

seven777. says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.
Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose?
i think he is best player we have had since le tis i also think he has a number of years of prem football in front of him yet and should be called up for england but NC does not give a fcuk about any of that and will replace him with a very expensive kid,
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.[/p][/quote]Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose?[/p][/quote]i think he is best player we have had since le tis i also think he has a number of years of prem football in front of him yet and should be called up for england but NC does not give a fcuk about any of that and will replace him with a very expensive kid, seven777.
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2:14pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.
Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose?
i think he is best player we have had since le tis i also think he has a number of years of prem football in front of him yet and should be called up for england but NC does not give a fcuk about any of that and will replace him with a very expensive kid,
Time will tell, how do you know Nicola Cortese doesn't worry about that, you have been reading too many speculatory messages with no proof and most likely no truth.
[quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.[/p][/quote]Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose?[/p][/quote]i think he is best player we have had since le tis i also think he has a number of years of prem football in front of him yet and should be called up for england but NC does not give a fcuk about any of that and will replace him with a very expensive kid,[/p][/quote]Time will tell, how do you know Nicola Cortese doesn't worry about that, you have been reading too many speculatory messages with no proof and most likely no truth. OSPREYSAINT
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2:17pm Sat 26 Jan 13

rocketone says...

slugger wrote:
Just got back from taking my lad to Sholing FC football training and noticed a thing today , when i first took him about 30% of the kids wore replica saints kits , I estimate that now (two years on) that it's around 80% ....... speaks volumes to me ...... COYR !!!
I know of two young lads playing Sholing at different levels and both of them have shown allegiance for quite some time.
The fan base is constantly growing!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Just got back from taking my lad to Sholing FC football training and noticed a thing today , when i first took him about 30% of the kids wore replica saints kits , I estimate that now (two years on) that it's around 80% ....... speaks volumes to me ...... COYR !!![/p][/quote]I know of two young lads playing Sholing at different levels and both of them have shown allegiance for quite some time. The fan base is constantly growing! rocketone
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2:17pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Stoke City still holding Man City after 70 minutes it's 0 0 and the latter aren't looking very special today.
Stoke City still holding Man City after 70 minutes it's 0 0 and the latter aren't looking very special today. OSPREYSAINT
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2:29pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.
Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose?
i think he is best player we have had since le tis i also think he has a number of years of prem football in front of him yet and should be called up for england but NC does not give a fcuk about any of that and will replace him with a very expensive kid,
You seem to have the idea that NC just wants "kids" whereas I suspect that all NC wants is results. If RL gives those within our planned style of play NC won't get rid. Why would he?

Don't confuse his ruthlessness with self-destructiveness
.
[quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: Im sorry to say i dont think he will get many more goals for the club because NC will sell him in the summer.If he was 24 and quick then he would be staying but 30 and slow does not seem to fit with the dons view of the future and he has just proved that sentiment and loyalty are a thing of the past at Southampton.[/p][/quote]Oh yes, Mr Optimist, and when we get relegated, he would struggle in the Championship I suppose?[/p][/quote]i think he is best player we have had since le tis i also think he has a number of years of prem football in front of him yet and should be called up for england but NC does not give a fcuk about any of that and will replace him with a very expensive kid,[/p][/quote]You seem to have the idea that NC just wants "kids" whereas I suspect that all NC wants is results. If RL gives those within our planned style of play NC won't get rid. Why would he? Don't confuse his ruthlessness with self-destructiveness . Velleity
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2:29pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

At last Zabaletta gets one for Citeh.
At last Zabaletta gets one for Citeh. OSPREYSAINT
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2:33pm Sat 26 Jan 13

seven777. says...

the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on. seven777.
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2:36pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
[quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on? OSPREYSAINT
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2:39pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day. Mush On The Beach
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2:41pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

1 0 Man City, not great but efficiently done, the Ref allowed a lot of Stoke rough stuff, shirt pulling e.t.c. so justice was probably done in the end.
1 0 Man City, not great but efficiently done, the Ref allowed a lot of Stoke rough stuff, shirt pulling e.t.c. so justice was probably done in the end. OSPREYSAINT
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2:45pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O) Baddesley Bill
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2:49pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Wigan is only 20 notes. That's cheaper than most League 1 games. AND they play loads of amazing Northern Soul before kick off AND it's the spiritual home of pies. What's not to love?

Buy! Buy! Buy!
Wigan is only 20 notes. That's cheaper than most League 1 games. AND they play loads of amazing Northern Soul before kick off AND it's the spiritual home of pies. What's not to love? Buy! Buy! Buy! St Retford
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2:50pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
I agree up to "To this end..."

If Ricky's performing, I think he'll keep him. If he's not (or if NC thinks he can get more cash than Ricky's worth to our results) he'll flog him.

You're reading NC as irrational when that's probably the last thing he could be accused of.
[quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]I agree up to "To this end..." If Ricky's performing, I think he'll keep him. If he's not (or if NC thinks he can get more cash than Ricky's worth to our results) he'll flog him. You're reading NC as irrational when that's probably the last thing he could be accused of. Velleity
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2:52pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
I needed a reason for a drink! Happy Oz day.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]I needed a reason for a drink! Happy Oz day. Velleity
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2:53pm Sat 26 Jan 13

seven777. says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team. seven777.
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2:54pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

St Retford wrote:
Wigan is only 20 notes. That's cheaper than most League 1 games. AND they play loads of amazing Northern Soul before kick off AND it's the spiritual home of pies. What's not to love?

Buy! Buy! Buy!
Ret...you speak my language...my pie pilgrimage is booked COYR! :O)
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Wigan is only 20 notes. That's cheaper than most League 1 games. AND they play loads of amazing Northern Soul before kick off AND it's the spiritual home of pies. What's not to love? Buy! Buy! Buy![/p][/quote]Ret...you speak my language...my pie pilgrimage is booked COYR! :O) Baddesley Bill
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3:00pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Wigan is only 20 notes. That's cheaper than most League 1 games. AND they play loads of amazing Northern Soul before kick off AND it's the spiritual home of pies. What's not to love?

Buy! Buy! Buy!
Ret...you speak my language...my pie pilgrimage is booked COYR! :O)
I'm going to attempt the classic pie hat-trick (a pie-trick, if you will) of pre-match, half-time and post-match. It's going to be the greatest day of my life.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Wigan is only 20 notes. That's cheaper than most League 1 games. AND they play loads of amazing Northern Soul before kick off AND it's the spiritual home of pies. What's not to love? Buy! Buy! Buy![/p][/quote]Ret...you speak my language...my pie pilgrimage is booked COYR! :O)[/p][/quote]I'm going to attempt the classic pie hat-trick (a pie-trick, if you will) of pre-match, half-time and post-match. It's going to be the greatest day of my life. St Retford
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3:04pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.
[quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.[/p][/quote]Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed. OSPREYSAINT
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3:09pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
One of the major problems Aston Villa are having is a lack of a couple of experienced Pros guiding their youngsters, we should not fall into that trap.
[quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.[/p][/quote]One of the major problems Aston Villa are having is a lack of a couple of experienced Pros guiding their youngsters, we should not fall into that trap. OSPREYSAINT
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3:09pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.
Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.[/p][/quote]Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.[/p][/quote]Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow . slugger
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3:13pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.
Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .
Hinted that one was with the Sun newspaper.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.[/p][/quote]Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.[/p][/quote]Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .[/p][/quote]Hinted that one was with the Sun newspaper. OSPREYSAINT
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3:15pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers. Mush On The Beach
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3:17pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.
Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .
Hinted that one was with the Sun newspaper.
He didn't just hint , he stated that one was with the Sunday Sun and the other on Sky Sports News .
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.[/p][/quote]Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.[/p][/quote]Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .[/p][/quote]Hinted that one was with the Sun newspaper.[/p][/quote]He didn't just hint , he stated that one was with the Sunday Sun and the other on Sky Sports News . slugger
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3:18pm Sat 26 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.
Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .
"Ladies and Gentlemen. Live from the Nou Camp"
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.[/p][/quote]Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.[/p][/quote]Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .[/p][/quote]"Ladies and Gentlemen. Live from the Nou Camp" mack chinnon
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3:26pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Skate 1 down to H'pool
Skate 1 down to H'pool OSPREYSAINT
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3:27pm Sat 26 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

HO HO HO. Come on Hartlepool.
HO HO HO. Come on Hartlepool. mack chinnon
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3:28pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat? OSPREYSAINT
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3:28pm Sat 26 Jan 13

North Wales Saint says...

I was at Old Trafford to see Ron Davies score four goals with Sydenham' s help back in the sixties. Hope to see Rickie do the same on Wednesday with the assistance of Punch,Ramirez and co. Then on to Wigan on Saturday. Plenty of parking near the ground,but avoid the retail park.
I was at Old Trafford to see Ron Davies score four goals with Sydenham' s help back in the sixties. Hope to see Rickie do the same on Wednesday with the assistance of Punch,Ramirez and co. Then on to Wigan on Saturday. Plenty of parking near the ground,but avoid the retail park. North Wales Saint
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3:29pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

mack chinnon wrote:
HO HO HO. Come on Hartlepool.
"unbelievable Jeff" :O)
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: HO HO HO. Come on Hartlepool.[/p][/quote]"unbelievable Jeff" :O) Baddesley Bill
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3:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers. Mush On The Beach
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3:46pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
seven777. wrote:
the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.
What evidence are you basing your opinion on?
the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.
Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.
Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .
Hinted that one was with the Sun newspaper.
He didn't just hint , he stated that one was with the Sunday Sun and the other on Sky Sports News .
He only hinted it was with Cortese though.

Kyran‏@kyranwatts

@jordansibley @lord_trousers would one of the interviews be with someone at the top of our club? Like right at the top? ;)

Ade McKenzie‏@AdeMcKen
zie@jordansibley You could at least give us a hint. Someone new? ;-)

Jordan likes to inter-wink. I hope it is Nicola Cortese and that he gives his reasonining for whay he has done and a bit of credit to Saint Nige.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seven777.[/bold] wrote: the picture i have of NC is of a very focused man who has set in motion a plan for SFC to be a top 4 club and play in the CL. To this end he will have no use for the guy who gets 15 PL goals at 30 other than a good profit when he is sold on.[/p][/quote]What evidence are you basing your opinion on?[/p][/quote]the money we are spending needs to be balanced with both stadium capacity and the value of players we have to move on. if you are in the market for 10 mill players how do we pay for them whilst we wait for the NC/MP project to supply quility youth to our first team.[/p][/quote]Looks like you will have a chance to confirm your views, Nicola Cortese is being interviewed on Sky Sports News at 6 pm tomorrow if tweets are to be believed.[/p][/quote]Jordan Sibley said on Twitter this morning that will be 2 BIG interviews tomorrow .[/p][/quote]Hinted that one was with the Sun newspaper.[/p][/quote]He didn't just hint , he stated that one was with the Sunday Sun and the other on Sky Sports News .[/p][/quote]He only hinted it was with Cortese though. Kyran‏@kyranwatts @jordansibley @lord_trousers would one of the interviews be with someone at the top of our club? Like right at the top? ;) Ade McKenzie‏@AdeMcKen zie@jordansibley You could at least give us a hint. Someone new? ;-) Jordan likes to inter-wink. I hope it is Nicola Cortese and that he gives his reasonining for whay he has done and a bit of credit to Saint Nige. Thornhill Saint
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3:56pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge!
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge! OSPREYSAINT
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4:00pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
Seconds after I posted the congrats, I saw this page:

http://georgeweahsco
usin.com/2013/01/26/
happy-australia-day/
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]Seconds after I posted the congrats, I saw this page: http://georgeweahsco usin.com/2013/01/26/ happy-australia-day/ Velleity
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4:01pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge!
A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful !
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge![/p][/quote]A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful ! slugger
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4:04pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Poor old saggy chops ....... LOL ... COYR !
Poor old saggy chops ....... LOL ... COYR ! slugger
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4:05pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Just noticed that, at Notts County, Bart has gone off with a serious injury!

All the best Bart!
Just noticed that, at Notts County, Bart has gone off with a serious injury! All the best Bart! Strasbourg Saint
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4:07pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Hail to the Republic and bottoms up.
Hail to the Republic and bottoms up. OSPREYSAINT
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4:10pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Eastbourne Outpost says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
three halves wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.
Yes Mr sock poppet, not popular on The News site either are you.
****
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.[/p][/quote]Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.[/p][/quote]Yes Mr sock poppet, not popular on The News site either are you.[/p][/quote]**** Eastbourne Outpost
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4:14pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Eastbourne Outpost wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
three halves wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.
Yes Mr sock poppet, not popular on The News site either are you.
****
Don't tell me that's the handle on the Argus!???
[quote][p][bold]Eastbourne Outpost[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.[/p][/quote]Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.[/p][/quote]Yes Mr sock poppet, not popular on The News site either are you.[/p][/quote]****[/p][/quote]Don't tell me that's the handle on the Argus!??? OSPREYSAINT
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4:15pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too?
I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week.
First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League!
Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!!
Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand.

At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :)
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??[/p][/quote]I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too? I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week. First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League! Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!![/p][/quote]Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand. At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :) Strasbourg Saint
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4:18pm Sat 26 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

Even more ho ho,s
Even more ho ho,s mack chinnon
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4:18pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Hartlepool 2 up....I'll drink to that!
Hartlepool 2 up....I'll drink to that! Baddesley Bill
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4:19pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Velleity wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
Seconds after I posted the congrats, I saw this page:

http://georgeweahsco

usin.com/2013/01/26/

happy-australia-day/
Nice to see Robbie Slater in the pics, he and Mark Bosnich are the 2 main pundits over here for the prem and A-League footy, I have to say they are very good.
Are Hansen and Lawrenson still relevant?

I always download the BBC 606 and World Football podcasts. Robbie Savage and Jason Roberts are slight knobs, but to be fair they are more current about the game from a pro footballer perspective.
Tim Vickery based in Rio is class.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]Seconds after I posted the congrats, I saw this page: http://georgeweahsco usin.com/2013/01/26/ happy-australia-day/[/p][/quote]Nice to see Robbie Slater in the pics, he and Mark Bosnich are the 2 main pundits over here for the prem and A-League footy, I have to say they are very good. Are Hansen and Lawrenson still relevant? I always download the BBC 606 and World Football podcasts. Robbie Savage and Jason Roberts are slight knobs, but to be fair they are more current about the game from a pro footballer perspective. Tim Vickery based in Rio is class. Mush On The Beach
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4:19pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Poole scored number two for 'pool
Poole scored number two for 'pool OSPREYSAINT
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4:22pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Twithchy team 0 4 to MK Dons
Twithchy team 0 4 to MK Dons OSPREYSAINT
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4:23pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Your not wrong there Yorkie we'll be talking about those matches in the years to come hopefully on away trips on the continent
Yes, we'll be looking back and saying, "Ah, the good old days when we used to go to places like Hartlepool, Blackpool and Liverpool. Now we are above all of them and only really care about trips to Istanpool, Zenit St Peterspool, Borussia Dortpool and Spartak Moscpool."
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Your not wrong there Yorkie we'll be talking about those matches in the years to come hopefully on away trips on the continent[/p][/quote]Yes, we'll be looking back and saying, "Ah, the good old days when we used to go to places like Hartlepool, Blackpool and Liverpool. Now we are above all of them and only really care about trips to Istanpool, Zenit St Peterspool, Borussia Dortpool and Spartak Moscpool." Strasbourg Saint
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4:24pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge!
A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful !
Does that make you a cheap skate? :)
Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid.
And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge![/p][/quote]A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful ![/p][/quote]Does that make you a cheap skate? :) Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid. And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking. Mush On The Beach
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4:31pm Sat 26 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

Come on the Chokers,concentrate.
Come on the Chokers,concentrate. mack chinnon
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4:32pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Skate got one back Wallace. 1 2
Skate got one back Wallace. 1 2 OSPREYSAINT
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4:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge!
A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful !
Does that make you a cheap skate? :)
Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid.
And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.
I'm a bargain hunter and a Skate hater ......... all is good .
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge![/p][/quote]A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful ![/p][/quote]Does that make you a cheap skate? :) Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid. And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.[/p][/quote]I'm a bargain hunter and a Skate hater ......... all is good . slugger
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4:39pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge!
A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful !
Does that make you a cheap skate? :)
Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid.
And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.
Even I remember Veals and I lived out in the sticks. Well, if 'arry decides to move on from West London, given his dodgy dealing, he could do worse than open a competing store in Woolston.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge![/p][/quote]A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful ![/p][/quote]Does that make you a cheap skate? :) Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid. And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.[/p][/quote]Even I remember Veals and I lived out in the sticks. Well, if 'arry decides to move on from West London, given his dodgy dealing, he could do worse than open a competing store in Woolston. Strasbourg Saint
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4:42pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

QPR , QPR , QPahahahahaha !
QPR , QPR , QPahahahahaha ! slugger
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4:47pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

slugger wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge!
A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful !
Does that make you a cheap skate? :)
Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid.
And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.
I'm a bargain hunter and a Skate hater ......... all is good .
I thought so, are you Balram Chainrai?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge![/p][/quote]A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful ![/p][/quote]Does that make you a cheap skate? :) Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid. And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.[/p][/quote]I'm a bargain hunter and a Skate hater ......... all is good .[/p][/quote]I thought so, are you Balram Chainrai? Mush On The Beach
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4:49pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
slugger wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
slugger wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams.
Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running.

Happy Australia Day.
Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday.

Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)
Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here.
As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts.
Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours.
Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy.
The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade.

We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too.
Cheers.
You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?
It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today.
I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie.

Come on the Monkey Hangers.
8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge!
A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful !
Does that make you a cheap skate? :)
Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid.
And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.
I'm a bargain hunter and a Skate hater ......... all is good .
I thought so, are you Balram Chainrai?
If only !
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: I never like to see us out of the cup early, I don’t buy into picking weakened teams. Having said that, by chance it has given our new manager breathing space to get to know his squad this week and hopefully assist in hitting the ground running. Happy Australia Day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully the Barca break will pay dividends come Wednesday. Have a goodun Mush....I might blow the froth off a few meself to help you celebrate! :O)[/p][/quote]Thanks Boys, It’s a very patriotic and fun day over here. As for the Aussie beer, here’s a couple of facts. Fosters from what I can see does not exist over here. I think it’s another export joke to a gullible POM market like Home and Away and Neighbours. Victoria Bitter (VB) is in fact a lager, It has a nickname of Wife Beater. It’s like Stella Artois but not as classy. The best Aussie Beers are from the pure waters of Tasmania like Boags and Cascade. We’ve blown the froth off a few wets today, it would be Un-Australian not too. Cheers.[/p][/quote]You didn't mention the temperature, doesn't Aussie beer evaporate in the heat?[/p][/quote]It doesn’t get chance to in my glass Ospers. 36C in Perth today. I’ve got Brighton vs Gunners on, 1-1 at the mo and a good cup tie. Come on the Monkey Hangers.[/p][/quote]8 degrees here and I am having to make do with a bottle of Stella Cidre, it was that was left in the fridge![/p][/quote]A case of out of date Budsweiser here ......... £13.60 + vat from Veals ..... Beautiful ![/p][/quote]Does that make you a cheap skate? :) Blimey Veals, he was the Arthur Daly of East Southampton when I was a kid. And I'm younger than you lot before you start asking.[/p][/quote]I'm a bargain hunter and a Skate hater ......... all is good .[/p][/quote]I thought so, are you Balram Chainrai?[/p][/quote]If only ! slugger
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4:51pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Cherry 3 1 Pitman hat trick. Luton beat Norwich 1 0
Cherry 3 1 Pitman hat trick. Luton beat Norwich 1 0 OSPREYSAINT
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4:51pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

slugger wrote:
QPR , QPR , QPahahahahaha !
Yes, but losing at home to MK Dons, (or, for that matter, Hartlepool). That's really emb-'arry-sing!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: QPR , QPR , QPahahahahaha ![/p][/quote]Yes, but losing at home to MK Dons, (or, for that matter, Hartlepool). That's really emb-'arry-sing! Strasbourg Saint
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4:56pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

1-3

Love Hartlepool.
1-3 Love Hartlepool. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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4:56pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

3 1 to Hartlepool
3 1 to Hartlepool OSPREYSAINT
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4:58pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Aldershot unlucky 1 2 Jukebox brace.
Aldershot unlucky 1 2 Jukebox brace. OSPREYSAINT
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5:00pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

Well that's QPR and Norwich out the Cup but Reading still in there!
Poor old Pompey never mind being relegated because of the minus 10 - they are already virtually in League 2 on form!
Well that's QPR and Norwich out the Cup but Reading still in there! Poor old Pompey never mind being relegated because of the minus 10 - they are already virtually in League 2 on form! St.Yorkie
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5:01pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Little Hitler says...

HartleLOL

Cheers fishies, you've made a good day even better.

Guess we'll have to keep slumming it in the PL with "fat" goal scorers whilst you continue to "rip up" League 1
HartleLOL Cheers fishies, you've made a good day even better. Guess we'll have to keep slumming it in the PL with "fat" goal scorers whilst you continue to "rip up" League 1 Little Hitler
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5:05pm Sat 26 Jan 13

likewatchingbrazil says...

POOPEY please come back on here, we would like to debate with you about your home game and attendance today.
sha la la la la la la
coyr
POOPEY please come back on here, we would like to debate with you about your home game and attendance today. sha la la la la la la coyr likewatchingbrazil
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5:08pm Sat 26 Jan 13

mack chinnon says...

HO HO HO.
Come on County.
HO HO HO. Come on County. mack chinnon
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5:09pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Buddy SFC says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
POOPEY please come back on here, we would like to debate with you about your home game and attendance today. sha la la la la la la coyr
Hark ?????? hear the silence .......... Just a fishy smell !
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: POOPEY please come back on here, we would like to debate with you about your home game and attendance today. sha la la la la la la coyr[/p][/quote]Hark ?????? hear the silence .......... Just a fishy smell ! Buddy SFC
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5:10pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Graz says...

with Hartley and Poole turning out for Hartlepool surely poops could take a leaf out of their book and sign Dave Sh1te and Terry Hole immediately.
with Hartley and Poole turning out for Hartlepool surely poops could take a leaf out of their book and sign Dave Sh1te and Terry Hole immediately. St Graz
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5:11pm Sat 26 Jan 13

likewatchingbrazil says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
POOPEY please come back on here, we would like to debate with you about your home game and attendance today. sha la la la la la la coyr
Ah come on three halves/kent/ man up and get on here you know your not at the game, come on we will be kind just pop on for a bit and have a chat.
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: POOPEY please come back on here, we would like to debate with you about your home game and attendance today. sha la la la la la la coyr[/p][/quote]Ah come on three halves/kent/ man up and get on here you know your not at the game, come on we will be kind just pop on for a bit and have a chat. likewatchingbrazil
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5:13pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Buddy SFC says...

Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) ....... Buddy SFC
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5:15pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Clever Dick says...

Oh dear. Re-arrange these words into a proper sentence........ STOCK..... A ...POOPEY.... LAUGHING.... ARE. Very disapppointing result really. I expected a lot more from Hartlepool. Still I expect their history makes up for yet another total embarrassment.
Oh dear. Re-arrange these words into a proper sentence........ STOCK..... A ...POOPEY.... LAUGHING.... ARE. Very disapppointing result really. I expected a lot more from Hartlepool. Still I expect their history makes up for yet another total embarrassment. Clever Dick
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5:16pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
[quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:17pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

See Coutino is off to Liverpool then according to media reports coming out of Italy - didn't want him anyway!
See Coutino is off to Liverpool then according to media reports coming out of Italy - didn't want him anyway! St.Yorkie
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5:20pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

quote from The News:

'-It means the Blues’ winless run is stretched to 15 matches as League Two beckons.

And this was one of the lowest points of a desperate season as Pompey lost to the only team beneath them in the division - who had won just two matches all term going into the clash.'


Hopefully the suffering can be prolonged for a few more months before everyone realises the pst is skint in the traditional Pompey way.
quote from The News: '-It means the Blues’ winless run is stretched to 15 matches as League Two beckons. And this was one of the lowest points of a desperate season as Pompey lost to the only team beneath them in the division - who had won just two matches all term going into the clash.' Hopefully the suffering can be prolonged for a few more months before everyone realises the pst is skint in the traditional Pompey way. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:22pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Eastbourne Outpost says...

Can't stop grinning....
Can't stop grinning.... Eastbourne Outpost
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5:25pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

St Graz wrote:
with Hartley and Poole turning out for Hartlepool surely poops could take a leaf out of their book and sign Dave Sh1te and Terry Hole immediately.
LOL , nice one centurian !
[quote][p][bold]St Graz[/bold] wrote: with Hartley and Poole turning out for Hartlepool surely poops could take a leaf out of their book and sign Dave Sh1te and Terry Hole immediately.[/p][/quote]LOL , nice one centurian ! slugger
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5:26pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Nice to see our lot made the time to go and sympathise with the skunts, unfortunately all the comments are now under review, must be a glitch on their site.
Nice to see our lot made the time to go and sympathise with the skunts, unfortunately all the comments are now under review, must be a glitch on their site. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:29pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
See Coutino is off to Liverpool then according to media reports coming out of Italy - didn't want him anyway!
Appalling lack of vision from the lad.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: See Coutino is off to Liverpool then according to media reports coming out of Italy - didn't want him anyway![/p][/quote]Appalling lack of vision from the lad. Baddesley Bill
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5:30pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
Here skunty skunty skunty.
It's as funny as they would find it if they were on the other side of it.
Poisonous hatred and scum takes you into unhappy places.
God I love life.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]Here skunty skunty skunty. It's as funny as they would find it if they were on the other side of it. Poisonous hatred and scum takes you into unhappy places. God I love life. Mush On The Beach
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5:33pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular saintkenny
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5:41pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly. Thornhill Saint
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5:53pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed . slugger
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6:15pm Sat 26 Jan 13

likewatchingbrazil says...

anything to read from the three halves numpty, no no
anything to read from the three halves numpty, i can't see a f@/?kin thing, whooooaaa sssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
hhh
anything to read from the three halves numpty, no no anything to read from the three halves numpty, i can't see a f@/?kin thing, whooooaaa sssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhh likewatchingbrazil
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6:22pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance. Thornhill Saint
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6:35pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP.

It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so.

I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on
Wednesday!!!!!!! N
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.[/p][/quote]It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP. It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so. I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on Wednesday!!!!!!! N saintlysoul
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6:44pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP.

It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so.

I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on
Wednesday!!!!!!! N
I agree Barcelona looks like it has gone really well. As well as the pictures they posted this Saints in Barcelona Crossbar challenge on Friday as well which is pretty cheerful. Good to see Puncheon not take himself too seriously after Monday!

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=bkSqbLt30
wY&feature=youtu.be

Looking forward to the "big interviews" tomorrow and I reckon you are right about Wednesday. we have momentum and also we have had a decent productive break.

COYS!!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.[/p][/quote]It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP. It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so. I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on Wednesday!!!!!!! N[/p][/quote]I agree Barcelona looks like it has gone really well. As well as the pictures they posted this Saints in Barcelona Crossbar challenge on Friday as well which is pretty cheerful. Good to see Puncheon not take himself too seriously after Monday! http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=bkSqbLt30 wY&feature=youtu.be Looking forward to the "big interviews" tomorrow and I reckon you are right about Wednesday. we have momentum and also we have had a decent productive break. COYS!! Thornhill Saint
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6:44pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP.

It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so.

I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on
Wednesday!!!!!!! N
You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.[/p][/quote]It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP. It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so. I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on Wednesday!!!!!!! N[/p][/quote]You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ? slugger
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6:45pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Beer Monster says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too?
I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week.
First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League!
Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!!
Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand.

At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :)
Likewise - I'm going to be in York on Saturday, then Toon Sunday. My train hits Newcastle around 11am , been a while since my last visit...
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??[/p][/quote]I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too? I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week. First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League! Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!![/p][/quote]Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand. At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :)[/p][/quote]Likewise - I'm going to be in York on Saturday, then Toon Sunday. My train hits Newcastle around 11am , been a while since my last visit... Beer Monster
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7:00pm Sat 26 Jan 13

three halves says...

That is the last time i go to fratton park.
The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.
That is the last time i go to fratton park. The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me. three halves
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7:05pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

three halves wrote:
That is the last time i go to fratton park.
The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.
I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: That is the last time i go to fratton park. The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.[/p][/quote]I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ? slugger
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7:05pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

saintkenny wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular
Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth!
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth! Velleity
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7:06pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Velleity says...

slugger wrote:
three halves wrote:
That is the last time i go to fratton park.
The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.
I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?
You mean where should he boycott next?

He's NEVER been inside a football ground, so he's boycotted every single team in every league so far.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: That is the last time i go to fratton park. The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.[/p][/quote]I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?[/p][/quote]You mean where should he boycott next? He's NEVER been inside a football ground, so he's boycotted every single team in every league so far. Velleity
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7:09pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP.

It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so.

I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on
Wednesday!!!!!!! N
You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ?
Slugger I accepted what I said about there being no money was wrong and I apologised. I stand by that apology. It looks very positive!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.[/p][/quote]It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP. It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so. I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on Wednesday!!!!!!! N[/p][/quote]You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ?[/p][/quote]Slugger I accepted what I said about there being no money was wrong and I apologised. I stand by that apology. It looks very positive!!!!! saintlysoul
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7:17pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP.

It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so.

I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on
Wednesday!!!!!!! N
You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ?
Slugger I accepted what I said about there being no money was wrong and I apologised. I stand by that apology. It looks very positive!!!!!
I missed that , no apology needed .
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.[/p][/quote]It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP. It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so. I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on Wednesday!!!!!!! N[/p][/quote]You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ?[/p][/quote]Slugger I accepted what I said about there being no money was wrong and I apologised. I stand by that apology. It looks very positive!!!!![/p][/quote]I missed that , no apology needed . slugger
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7:26pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP.

It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so.

I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on
Wednesday!!!!!!! N
You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ?
Slugger I accepted what I said about there being no money was wrong and I apologised. I stand by that apology. It looks very positive!!!!!
I missed that , no apology needed .
I think the fact that NC chartered flights to and from Barcelona shows there's money in the club and the fact that they stayed and used training facilities of Barcelona football club. I think trips to Spain may become regular particularly pre season!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.[/p][/quote]It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP. It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so. I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on Wednesday!!!!!!! N[/p][/quote]You said "there is no money" , do you stand by that ?[/p][/quote]Slugger I accepted what I said about there being no money was wrong and I apologised. I stand by that apology. It looks very positive!!!!![/p][/quote]I missed that , no apology needed .[/p][/quote]I think the fact that NC chartered flights to and from Barcelona shows there's money in the club and the fact that they stayed and used training facilities of Barcelona football club. I think trips to Spain may become regular particularly pre season! saintlysoul
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7:30pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .
There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters . slugger
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7:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .
I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .[/p][/quote]I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out? saintlysoul
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7:42pm Sat 26 Jan 13

three halves says...

slugger wrote:
three halves wrote:
That is the last time i go to fratton park.
The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.
I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?
Eeerr Bournemouth..
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: That is the last time i go to fratton park. The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.[/p][/quote]I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?[/p][/quote]Eeerr Bournemouth.. three halves
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7:46pm Sat 26 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
three halves wrote:
That is the last time i go to fratton park.
The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.
I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?
You mean where should he boycott next?

He's NEVER been inside a football ground, so he's boycotted every single team in every league so far.
He? Only girlies use the word poppet. Including sock poppets.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: That is the last time i go to fratton park. The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.[/p][/quote]I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?[/p][/quote]You mean where should he boycott next? He's NEVER been inside a football ground, so he's boycotted every single team in every league so far.[/p][/quote]He? Only girlies use the word poppet. Including sock poppets. OSPREYSAINT
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7:47pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

three halves wrote:
slugger wrote:
three halves wrote:
That is the last time i go to fratton park.
The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.
I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?
Eeerr Bournemouth..
Enjoy .....boremouth are doing ok .... i expect that they're over the moon ........ capturing a skate is no mean feat .
[quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: That is the last time i go to fratton park. The football was very poor, the ground is still awful and the noise from their fans was just too loud and not what i am used to so it looks like Bournemouth for me.[/p][/quote]I suggest that you boycott it ...... where next ?[/p][/quote]Eeerr Bournemouth..[/p][/quote]Enjoy .....boremouth are doing ok .... i expect that they're over the moon ........ capturing a skate is no mean feat . slugger
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7:48pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .
I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out?
Not knocking Guly or Steve De Ridder but behind Puncheon and Lallana we could do with strengthening.

This new Brazilian can play both flanks. We are weaker on the flank and up front when Gaston has to cover wide, as by far his best position is just behind Rickie.

I would not touch the Schiederlan Cork combination, but Ward Prowse and Davis provide adequate cover.

Though with a new manager there may be new opportunities for them I think the time may have come for Steeeeeeeve and Chaplow to find more opportunities elsewhere,
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .[/p][/quote]I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out?[/p][/quote]Not knocking Guly or Steve De Ridder but behind Puncheon and Lallana we could do with strengthening. This new Brazilian can play both flanks. We are weaker on the flank and up front when Gaston has to cover wide, as by far his best position is just behind Rickie. I would not touch the Schiederlan Cork combination, but Ward Prowse and Davis provide adequate cover. Though with a new manager there may be new opportunities for them I think the time may have come for Steeeeeeeve and Chaplow to find more opportunities elsewhere, Thornhill Saint
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7:54pm Sat 26 Jan 13

J7junctionseven says...

Just got in. Been out and about all day and didn't know any scores until I read a few on here. Did Hartlepool the bottom club in League 1 win away from home today???....If it's true who the fcuk were they playing because they are really sh1t and haven't won a game for god knows how long so the team they played must be really, really, really sh1t. Who as it????
Just got in. Been out and about all day and didn't know any scores until I read a few on here. Did Hartlepool the bottom club in League 1 win away from home today???....If it's true who the fcuk were they playing because they are really sh1t and haven't won a game for god knows how long so the team they played must be really, really, really sh1t. Who as it???? J7junctionseven
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8:01pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .
I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out?
Not knocking Guly or Steve De Ridder but behind Puncheon and Lallana we could do with strengthening.

This new Brazilian can play both flanks. We are weaker on the flank and up front when Gaston has to cover wide, as by far his best position is just behind Rickie.

I would not touch the Schiederlan Cork combination, but Ward Prowse and Davis provide adequate cover.

Though with a new manager there may be new opportunities for them I think the time may have come for Steeeeeeeve and Chaplow to find more opportunities elsewhere,
You're the second person to say that today about De Ridder and Chaplow. Do you think they featured in the team latterly to put them in th 'shop window' with a loan deal in mind? Just a thought.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .[/p][/quote]I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out?[/p][/quote]Not knocking Guly or Steve De Ridder but behind Puncheon and Lallana we could do with strengthening. This new Brazilian can play both flanks. We are weaker on the flank and up front when Gaston has to cover wide, as by far his best position is just behind Rickie. I would not touch the Schiederlan Cork combination, but Ward Prowse and Davis provide adequate cover. Though with a new manager there may be new opportunities for them I think the time may have come for Steeeeeeeve and Chaplow to find more opportunities elsewhere,[/p][/quote]You're the second person to say that today about De Ridder and Chaplow. Do you think they featured in the team latterly to put them in th 'shop window' with a loan deal in mind? Just a thought. saintlysoul
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8:12pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .
I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out?
Not knocking Guly or Steve De Ridder but behind Puncheon and Lallana we could do with strengthening.

This new Brazilian can play both flanks. We are weaker on the flank and up front when Gaston has to cover wide, as by far his best position is just behind Rickie.

I would not touch the Schiederlan Cork combination, but Ward Prowse and Davis provide adequate cover.

Though with a new manager there may be new opportunities for them I think the time may have come for Steeeeeeeve and Chaplow to find more opportunities elsewhere,
You're the second person to say that today about De Ridder and Chaplow. Do you think they featured in the team latterly to put them in th 'shop window' with a loan deal in mind? Just a thought.
I think there is definitely that but they have also maybe come to the conclusion that having Gaston cover left had the double impact of us missing him up front, and also him not playing so well or tracking back in that position.

Starting Guly out left instead of Gaston, with Mayuka at African Nations, may have left natural opportunities for De Ridder/Chaplow as subs down the flanks

Not sure what the plans are for Tadanari Lee and Mayuka..
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: There's money alright ..... it's how it's spent that matters .[/p][/quote]I agree. I'm sure there will probably be one or possibly two additional signings before the deadline. The interesting thing will be in what positions those signings will be. I think Shaw needs cover as its asking a lot for one so young to play every game at this level. Possibly another striker. Obviously midfield is being considered but we've good midfielders and I note JWP went to Barcelona. If midfielders are brought in who is left out?[/p][/quote]Not knocking Guly or Steve De Ridder but behind Puncheon and Lallana we could do with strengthening. This new Brazilian can play both flanks. We are weaker on the flank and up front when Gaston has to cover wide, as by far his best position is just behind Rickie. I would not touch the Schiederlan Cork combination, but Ward Prowse and Davis provide adequate cover. Though with a new manager there may be new opportunities for them I think the time may have come for Steeeeeeeve and Chaplow to find more opportunities elsewhere,[/p][/quote]You're the second person to say that today about De Ridder and Chaplow. Do you think they featured in the team latterly to put them in th 'shop window' with a loan deal in mind? Just a thought.[/p][/quote]I think there is definitely that but they have also maybe come to the conclusion that having Gaston cover left had the double impact of us missing him up front, and also him not playing so well or tracking back in that position. Starting Guly out left instead of Gaston, with Mayuka at African Nations, may have left natural opportunities for De Ridder/Chaplow as subs down the flanks Not sure what the plans are for Tadanari Lee and Mayuka.. Thornhill Saint
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8:26pm Sat 26 Jan 13

andysaints007 says...

scprof wrote:
And the others are??
Buy the paper you tight git !
[quote][p][bold]scprof[/bold] wrote: And the others are??[/p][/quote]Buy the paper you tight git ! andysaints007
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8:26pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else! saintlysoul
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8:31pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising:

One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why?

The reply

#askgaston Gastón: Guly.
That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .
Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread).

If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.
It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP.

It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so.

I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on
Wednesday!!!!!!! N
Let's hope so. I don't think we can ever have gone into a game as well-prepared as we are for this one.

If we take three points it'll be the best 45 (FORTY-FCUKING-FIVE) quid I've ever spent.

Let's be loud.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton FC have just run an ask Gaston session. I found the below a little surprising: One person asked Gaston which #saintsfc player has he been most impressed by since joining the club and why? The reply #askgaston Gastón: Guly.[/p][/quote]That was on friday , surprised me too ..... just goes to show how professional opinions can differ from the less informed .[/p][/quote]Oh yeah! (Missed it on the Morgan thread). If other professionals rate him and Adkins and Pottechino play him he can't be total rubbish. I reckon Guly more often than not plays well. Could do well under the new set up if fans give him a chance.[/p][/quote]It seems that the days the team have had in Barcelona have been a great success. The pictures on the website show Lallana back training and I was impressed to see NC standing next to MP and the coaching start. Apparently he has been interpreting for the team and MP. It will be interesting now to see how the team evolves I think MP will get the best out if each player and despite what I've said in the past I think we may all see both Ramirez and Guly come in to their own and shine. I really hope so. I've a good feeling about this new manager. If I was a betting man I'd bet that we get a result either a win or draw against United on Wednesday!!!!!!! N[/p][/quote]Let's hope so. I don't think we can ever have gone into a game as well-prepared as we are for this one. If we take three points it'll be the best 45 (FORTY-FCUKING-FIVE) quid I've ever spent. Let's be loud. St Retford
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8:32pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Buddy SFC says...

Lee is heading back home at the end of the season , 1 yr contract I believe ...............
Lee is heading back home at the end of the season , 1 yr contract I believe ............... Buddy SFC
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8:33pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no? St Retford
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8:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders? saintlysoul
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8:42pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Wigan is the big one, not Manure.
Wigan is the big one, not Manure. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:43pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
They have definitely not featured much up until.

I don't know why Adkins never used Mayuka or Tad Lee as impact subs (Maybe forever punished for the Leeds debacle or just the rise of J Rod), or along side Lambert as they can both get behind defences but they may get their chance.

We should get more of an idea of how Potechinno wants to organize the team going forwards on Wednesday now they have had some time together. Hopefully we will see another class signing as well!!!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]They have definitely not featured much up until. I don't know why Adkins never used Mayuka or Tad Lee as impact subs (Maybe forever punished for the Leeds debacle or just the rise of J Rod), or along side Lambert as they can both get behind defences but they may get their chance. We should get more of an idea of how Potechinno wants to organize the team going forwards on Wednesday now they have had some time together. Hopefully we will see another class signing as well!!! Thornhill Saint
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8:53pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

When fit Lallana will surely play ...... our best player imo .
When fit Lallana will surely play ...... our best player imo . slugger
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8:55pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Beer Monster wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too?
I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week.
First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League!
Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!!
Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand.

At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :)
Likewise - I'm going to be in York on Saturday, then Toon Sunday. My train hits Newcastle around 11am , been a while since my last visit...
Great! We're in Ripon till Saturday and are then heading up to Necastle. Are you a member of the Echo Saints Facebook forum?

Nearer the time, I guess people on there will suggest pubs to meet in on the day.
[quote][p][bold]Beer Monster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??[/p][/quote]I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too? I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week. First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League! Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!![/p][/quote]Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand. At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :)[/p][/quote]Likewise - I'm going to be in York on Saturday, then Toon Sunday. My train hits Newcastle around 11am , been a while since my last visit...[/p][/quote]Great! We're in Ripon till Saturday and are then heading up to Necastle. Are you a member of the Echo Saints Facebook forum? Nearer the time, I guess people on there will suggest pubs to meet in on the day. Strasbourg Saint
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8:58pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Velleity wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular
Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth!
50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth![/p][/quote]50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance. Strasbourg Saint
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8:58pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
When fit Lallana will surely play ...... our best player imo .
That must be right with him firing on all cylinders and hopefully Gaston likewise it has the potential to give any team in the division a run for their money!!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: When fit Lallana will surely play ...... our best player imo .[/p][/quote]That must be right with him firing on all cylinders and hopefully Gaston likewise it has the potential to give any team in the division a run for their money!!! saintlysoul
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9:03pm Sat 26 Jan 13

slugger says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular
Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth!
50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance.
Sorry to butt in ...... Pompey are and always will be a 4th rate club as far as support goes ....... history (they do like their history) bears this out ........ we all can google the figures .... don't take a rocket scientist to work it out .... COYR !
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth![/p][/quote]50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance.[/p][/quote]Sorry to butt in ...... Pompey are and always will be a 4th rate club as far as support goes ....... history (they do like their history) bears this out ........ we all can google the figures .... don't take a rocket scientist to work it out .... COYR ! slugger
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9:06pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular
Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth!
50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance.
the fa may wait till later for the 10 point deduction looks like there finish bottom anyway .there the worse side in league one .so if they finish the season .then enforce it league 2 ,as they have been in admin more than a year ,it is a possible fairer outcome
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth![/p][/quote]50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance.[/p][/quote]the fa may wait till later for the 10 point deduction looks like there finish bottom anyway .there the worse side in league one .so if they finish the season .then enforce it league 2 ,as they have been in admin more than a year ,it is a possible fairer outcome saintkenny
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9:18pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

saintkenny wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular
Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth!
50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance.
the fa may wait till later for the 10 point deduction looks like there finish bottom anyway .there the worse side in league one .so if they finish the season .then enforce it league 2 ,as they have been in admin more than a year ,it is a possible fairer outcome
I read today that if Portsmouth has not resolved its financial position and is out of administration by June 2013 then it will be excluded from the football league. So it would appear that keep seeking adjournments apart from making the lawyers and administrator richer is doing nothing more than postponing the inevitable!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, they had 10,981 ou tof 21,100 seats taken. That's just over 50% full. Well done Portsmouth![/p][/quote]50% isn't bad for a small, struggling Division 1 team and I don't want to knock it, but it was a relegation six-pointer, so that probably added a couple of thousand to the attendance.[/p][/quote]the fa may wait till later for the 10 point deduction looks like there finish bottom anyway .there the worse side in league one .so if they finish the season .then enforce it league 2 ,as they have been in admin more than a year ,it is a possible fairer outcome[/p][/quote]I read today that if Portsmouth has not resolved its financial position and is out of administration by June 2013 then it will be excluded from the football league. So it would appear that keep seeking adjournments apart from making the lawyers and administrator richer is doing nothing more than postponing the inevitable!!!!!!!!!! saintlysoul
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9:19pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

rickys great mate was in the mk dons defeat of qpr ,were team mates at bristol rovers
rickys great mate was in the mk dons defeat of qpr ,were team mates at bristol rovers saintkenny
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9:26pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees. St Retford
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9:36pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation? saintlysoul
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9:37pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well. Thornhill Saint
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9:41pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation?
I meant Jos rather than Jose! But you're right, when Jose's fit again we've got four decent centre backs who, with Cork and Spiderman in front of them, are going to be tough to break down. It certainly didn't feel like that a few months ago.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation?[/p][/quote]I meant Jos rather than Jose! But you're right, when Jose's fit again we've got four decent centre backs who, with Cork and Spiderman in front of them, are going to be tough to break down. It certainly didn't feel like that a few months ago. St Retford
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9:44pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well.
I meant Forren rather than Heggem! Who the fcuk is Heggem? I need to start drinking.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well.[/p][/quote]I meant Forren rather than Heggem! Who the fcuk is Heggem? I need to start drinking. St Retford
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9:47pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

St Retford wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well.
I meant Forren rather than Heggem! Who the fcuk is Heggem? I need to start drinking.
I've no idea who Heggam is...but we need to sign him up before Liverpool get him ffs! ;0)
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well.[/p][/quote]I meant Forren rather than Heggem! Who the fcuk is Heggem? I need to start drinking.[/p][/quote]I've no idea who Heggam is...but we need to sign him up before Liverpool get him ffs! ;0) Baddesley Bill
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9:56pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well.
I meant Forren rather than Heggem! Who the fcuk is Heggem? I need to start drinking.
I've no idea who Heggam is...but we need to sign him up before Liverpool get him ffs! ;0)
According to Wiki Heggem used to play a bit but is currently the owner and manager of a salmon fishing business Aunan Lodge on the river Orkla in Sør-Trøndelag

I smell fish. Liverpool are welcome to him!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]Only question is whether Forren is fit or still feeling the impact of the Norwefian close season.. If he is I would partner him with Yoshida. Otherwise Jos and Yoshida have been playing well.[/p][/quote]I meant Forren rather than Heggem! Who the fcuk is Heggem? I need to start drinking.[/p][/quote]I've no idea who Heggam is...but we need to sign him up before Liverpool get him ffs! ;0)[/p][/quote]According to Wiki Heggem used to play a bit but is currently the owner and manager of a salmon fishing business Aunan Lodge on the river Orkla in Sør-Trøndelag I smell fish. Liverpool are welcome to him! Thornhill Saint
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10:01pm Sat 26 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation?
I meant Jos rather than Jose! But you're right, when Jose's fit again we've got four decent centre backs who, with Cork and Spiderman in front of them, are going to be tough to break down. It certainly didn't feel like that a few months ago.
This is the great thing now. I can't see anywhere on the pitch where we are weak!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation?[/p][/quote]I meant Jos rather than Jose! But you're right, when Jose's fit again we've got four decent centre backs who, with Cork and Spiderman in front of them, are going to be tough to break down. It certainly didn't feel like that a few months ago.[/p][/quote]This is the great thing now. I can't see anywhere on the pitch where we are weak!!!!! saintlysoul
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10:16pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0.
Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0. St Retford
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10:21pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

St Retford wrote:
Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0.
The realist in me suggests that next Saturday will define our season from here on in. Anything from Wednesday's game will just be a bonus.... A massive bonus.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0.[/p][/quote]The realist in me suggests that next Saturday will define our season from here on in. Anything from Wednesday's game will just be a bonus.... A massive bonus. Baddesley Bill
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10:27pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0.
The realist in me suggests that next Saturday will define our season from here on in. Anything from Wednesday's game will just be a bonus.... A massive bonus.
So you're the Realist!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0.[/p][/quote]The realist in me suggests that next Saturday will define our season from here on in. Anything from Wednesday's game will just be a bonus.... A massive bonus.[/p][/quote]So you're the Realist! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:28pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.
Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:38pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0.
The realist in me suggests that next Saturday will define our season from here on in. Anything from Wednesday's game will just be a bonus.... A massive bonus.
So you're the Realist!
Sadly no. My knowledge of bankruptcy law is not as good as his.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Such confidence! I'm not sure I'm comfortable with it. It probably means we're going to get stuffed 8-0.[/p][/quote]The realist in me suggests that next Saturday will define our season from here on in. Anything from Wednesday's game will just be a bonus.... A massive bonus.[/p][/quote]So you're the Realist![/p][/quote]Sadly no. My knowledge of bankruptcy law is not as good as his. Baddesley Bill
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10:41pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.
No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot.

Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.[/p][/quote]No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot. Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist. Strasbourg Saint
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10:42pm Sat 26 Jan 13

St Retford says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.
No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot.

Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist.
Heh. Like.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.[/p][/quote]No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot. Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist.[/p][/quote]Heh. Like. St Retford
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10:50pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.
No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot.

Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist.
I'm only bitter because I'm not going Wednesday.

If we don't get the win....I'll eat my hat. (It's a pork pie hat btw....made out of real pork pies) :0)
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.[/p][/quote]No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot. Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist.[/p][/quote]I'm only bitter because I'm not going Wednesday. If we don't get the win....I'll eat my hat. (It's a pork pie hat btw....made out of real pork pies) :0) Baddesley Bill
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11:06pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.
No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot.

Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist.
I'm only bitter because I'm not going Wednesday.

If we don't get the win....I'll eat my hat. (It's a pork pie hat btw....made out of real pork pies) :0)
I'm going to be watching in one of the local Irish pubs with some City fans. I say 'City' fans because that's what they're literally called no matter who they're against. I know this because I was following today's early kick-off FA Cup match which, apparently, was between Stoke and City.

Had I been a Stoke City fan, I'd have been furious with the commentators.

Anyway, I digress, the important thing is that, along with everyone who is from Alsace (because they all support Arsenal) there'll be a hell of a lot of people willing Saints to win, especially with Morgan in the team.

When we win, I'm going to drink my weight in sh!t local beer! Should be a great night.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Wednesday's game is about the glamour of being in the Prem. Saturday's game is about the reality of staying in the Prem.[/p][/quote]No, Wednesday's game is about bursting Manure's bubble, Saturday's game is about moving to within 12 points of a Champions League spot. Stuff realism, unlike Bill, I'm an optimist.[/p][/quote]I'm only bitter because I'm not going Wednesday. If we don't get the win....I'll eat my hat. (It's a pork pie hat btw....made out of real pork pies) :0)[/p][/quote]I'm going to be watching in one of the local Irish pubs with some City fans. I say 'City' fans because that's what they're literally called no matter who they're against. I know this because I was following today's early kick-off FA Cup match which, apparently, was between Stoke and City. Had I been a Stoke City fan, I'd have been furious with the commentators. Anyway, I digress, the important thing is that, along with everyone who is from Alsace (because they all support Arsenal) there'll be a hell of a lot of people willing Saints to win, especially with Morgan in the team. When we win, I'm going to drink my weight in sh!t local beer! Should be a great night. Strasbourg Saint
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11:22pm Sat 26 Jan 13

ButtyIoWSaint says...

Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u
k/sport1/hi/football
/teams/s/southampton
/8565914.stm
Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u k/sport1/hi/football /teams/s/southampton /8565914.stm ButtyIoWSaint
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11:27pm Sat 26 Jan 13

ButtyIoWSaint says...

Ooooopps. Its an old 1 when Pardew was with us.
I thought it was strange for radio solent to get a scoop like this. Will have to wait for Sky Sports News tomorrow.
Ooooopps. Its an old 1 when Pardew was with us. I thought it was strange for radio solent to get a scoop like this. Will have to wait for Sky Sports News tomorrow. ButtyIoWSaint
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11:29pm Sat 26 Jan 13

arm chair fan says...

saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else!
If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?
Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?
Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.
I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation?
I meant Jos rather than Jose! But you're right, when Jose's fit again we've got four decent centre backs who, with Cork and Spiderman in front of them, are going to be tough to break down. It certainly didn't feel like that a few months ago.
This is the great thing now. I can't see anywhere on the pitch where we are weak!!!!!
the question must be "if a player is out,are we weaker?" so IMO center middfield slightly but the one that stands out is RB. if clyne is out who plays there? i dont like any of the current options. cork more because of effect elseware.Did i read Forren can play full back?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Good points. Who will step out when Llana is back which looks soon - Man U game? As far as Lee and Mayuka are concerned it seems that they will either go out on loan or play for the 21 s I can't see them even getting on the bench. It'll be interesting if nothing else![/p][/quote]If Lals is back it's surely a straight swap for Guly on the left, no?[/p][/quote]Yes that must be right. So Guly on the bench. On the basis that Spider, Cork and Gaston start, JWP and Davis on bench as other midfielders?[/p][/quote]Yep. When everyone's fit the first eleven more or less picks itself. The only question mark for me will be who starts at centre back. My money's on Heggem and Yoshida, although Jos has been pretty decent of late. Whoever it is they need to give RVP a massive kick in the first minute and hope no one sees.[/p][/quote]I think you're right. I agree about Fonte. He had a bit of a rocky start to the season but has grown IMO to be a solid consistent defender. Surely though having this quality allows rotation?[/p][/quote]I meant Jos rather than Jose! But you're right, when Jose's fit again we've got four decent centre backs who, with Cork and Spiderman in front of them, are going to be tough to break down. It certainly didn't feel like that a few months ago.[/p][/quote]This is the great thing now. I can't see anywhere on the pitch where we are weak!!!!![/p][/quote]the question must be "if a player is out,are we weaker?" so IMO center middfield slightly but the one that stands out is RB. if clyne is out who plays there? i dont like any of the current options. cork more because of effect elseware.Did i read Forren can play full back? arm chair fan
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11:30pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

ButtyIoWSaint wrote:
Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u

k/sport1/hi/football

/teams/s/southampton

/8565914.stm
Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear.
[quote][p][bold]ButtyIoWSaint[/bold] wrote: Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u k/sport1/hi/football /teams/s/southampton /8565914.stm[/p][/quote]Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear. Thornhill Saint
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11:36pm Sat 26 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
ButtyIoWSaint wrote:
Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u


k/sport1/hi/football


/teams/s/southampton


/8565914.stm
Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear.
Interviewer should be Jim white.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ButtyIoWSaint[/bold] wrote: Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u k/sport1/hi/football /teams/s/southampton /8565914.stm[/p][/quote]Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear.[/p][/quote]Interviewer should be Jim white. Thornhill Saint
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12:18am Sun 27 Jan 13

ButtyIoWSaint says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
ButtyIoWSaint wrote:
Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u



k/sport1/hi/football



/teams/s/southampton



/8565914.stm
Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear.
Interviewer should be Jim white.
yeah Jeff Stelling said the same this afternoon. 2 big interviews later today about Saints apparently.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ButtyIoWSaint[/bold] wrote: Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u k/sport1/hi/football /teams/s/southampton /8565914.stm[/p][/quote]Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear.[/p][/quote]Interviewer should be Jim white.[/p][/quote]yeah Jeff Stelling said the same this afternoon. 2 big interviews later today about Saints apparently. ButtyIoWSaint
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5:59am Sun 27 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

ButtyIoWSaint wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
ButtyIoWSaint wrote:
Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u




k/sport1/hi/football




/teams/s/southampton




/8565914.stm
Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear.
Interviewer should be Jim white.
yeah Jeff Stelling said the same this afternoon. 2 big interviews later today about Saints apparently.
Second is an interview with MP in Sundays Sun Sport by Jim Allen who spent a week with saints in Barcelona. Not the one everyone is holding their breath for but should be interesting.
[quote][p][bold]ButtyIoWSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ButtyIoWSaint[/bold] wrote: Interview with Nicola Cortese. From radio solent http://news.bbc.co.u k/sport1/hi/football /teams/s/southampton /8565914.stm[/p][/quote]Interesting but it's from 2010. Updated one will be SSN tomorrow 7:00 am. so I hear.[/p][/quote]Interviewer should be Jim white.[/p][/quote]yeah Jeff Stelling said the same this afternoon. 2 big interviews later today about Saints apparently.[/p][/quote]Second is an interview with MP in Sundays Sun Sport by Jim Allen who spent a week with saints in Barcelona. Not the one everyone is holding their breath for but should be interesting. Thornhill Saint
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6:01am Sun 27 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Justin Allen even.
Justin Allen even. Thornhill Saint
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6:34am Sun 27 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Justin Allen even.
The Sun goes with: "I hope Fergie likes my wine. Saints New Argie Boss revels greatest fear."

Classy! (Good interview though) Gives some insight (the Suns opinion) as to why Adkins had to go suggesting there was some player pressure.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Justin Allen even.[/p][/quote]The Sun goes with: "I hope Fergie likes my wine. Saints New Argie Boss revels greatest fear." Classy! (Good interview though) Gives some insight (the Suns opinion) as to why Adkins had to go suggesting there was some player pressure. Thornhill Saint
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9:00am Sun 27 Jan 13

hedge end bob says...

sking19326 wrote:
three halves wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
three halves wrote:
I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure.
Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.
Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??.
Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?.
Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ?
In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty.
Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.
Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.
Yours and their loss in this exciting time for Saints......still Sh*tmuff are looking for deluded fans. Off you go.

COYR
HE ALREADY IS A FAN.

I was just taking the P.
[quote][p][bold]sking19326[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]three halves[/bold] wrote: I think Big Rick will reach a Ton at Manure. Im not sure if any fans who will now boycott home games will still go to the occasional away game but it will be interesting to see how many travel.[/p][/quote]Good Morning three halves, are you one of the fans stating they will boycott games because of the sacking of N.A ??. Not trying to have a dig at you but,what will happen if our club moves on with the new team in charge. What will your views be if the new man can attract world class players to our club?. Will you if you are one of the few that boycott games, return if things turn out better than before ? If so why not be on the bus from the start??. I see no sense in not going to home games and being a part of the club, but go to away games and support the club, what will this prove?. Don't get me wrong i was very much against this change but , when you calm down and think about it can you name one person that is bigger than SFC ? In all walks of life people get moved on ,some deserve it , some don't. Our NIGEL worked wonders for us fans and i believe all our feelings towards each other were mutaul. But N A was not the club we all support, only a very important part. Get back on the bus, it always looks better full than when there are one or two seats empty. Rickie will go on to be one of the highest goal scorers for club , top three material. SAINTS TIL I DIE, home and away.[/p][/quote]Morning Bob. Yes i will boycott all home and away games from now on and wont be back whatever success the club may get under Cortese and i know that others will be doing the same.[/p][/quote]Yours and their loss in this exciting time for Saints......still Sh*tmuff are looking for deluded fans. Off you go. COYR[/p][/quote]HE ALREADY IS A FAN. I was just taking the P. hedge end bob
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9:57am Sun 27 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

The interviews are being discussed on the Jim Steele thread.
The interviews are being discussed on the Jim Steele thread. OSPREYSAINT
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3:47pm Sun 27 Jan 13

hedge end bob says...

saintkenny wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Buddy SFC wrote:
Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction????

Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......
They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.
10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular
saint kenny believe it or believe it not, i was taking the PIZZ out of the SKATE VIGIANA. He took the bait, he has caled me allsorts of names under different sign ins. kent 141 ,scooter 75, moreglory . He's a litle tw@t that thinks he's clever. If he managed to dress himself with his underpants on inside out back to front, he stil would'nt have a brain... but it's fun.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Hey won't they start on -10 in the 4 th Division (Sounds better) if they go down in their own right ??? Without the influence of the 10 point deduction???? Didn't that happen to Saints in their first year in League 1 (Sounds better) .......[/p][/quote]They get the -10 when they come out of Admin. Hopefully Birch can drag it on to the end of the season so we get the full benefit of the -10 next season.[/p][/quote]10.000 empty seats and that deluded three halfs kent141 moreglory went on about the everton gate .nom doubt he will come out with plenty of tickets for old trafford left.what ever the login is its the same old crap every time ,just a 10 year old seeking attention .dont fall for it hedge end bob in particular[/p][/quote]saint kenny believe it or believe it not, i was taking the PIZZ out of the SKATE VIGIANA. He took the bait, he has caled me allsorts of names under different sign ins. kent 141 ,scooter 75, moreglory . He's a litle tw@t that thinks he's clever. If he managed to dress himself with his underpants on inside out back to front, he stil would'nt have a brain... but it's fun. hedge end bob
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1:24pm Mon 28 Jan 13

Beer Monster says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Beer Monster wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??
I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too?
I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week.
First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League!
Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!!
Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand.

At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :)
Likewise - I'm going to be in York on Saturday, then Toon Sunday. My train hits Newcastle around 11am , been a while since my last visit...
Great! We're in Ripon till Saturday and are then heading up to Necastle. Are you a member of the Echo Saints Facebook forum?

Nearer the time, I guess people on there will suggest pubs to meet in on the day.
Ah, thanks for the tip, just joined :-)
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beer Monster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Brother and i are going to Wigan..pubs? who? what' were?..Kent141 coming luv to meet up! Strassie I am flying in from Genf..to mancland you? Sluggs, Osprey, gang in general...going??[/p][/quote]I'll be there warrens 76 - need to sort out a pub...is Strassie and the little Strassie's coming too? I understand we can have up to 5000 for the first throw of the dice...I doubt if we will sell them all after last week. First time ever to Wigan for a match - must make a good impression. Want at least 3000 in this 6-pointer to cheer them on. It's only £20 - best value game in The Premier League! Don't shout as much as REDARMY1 - but a lot more bite then Kent141!![/p][/quote]Alas, we're not going to Wigan. We'll be over for Newcastle, though. Everything booked bar the match tickets, but they're in hand. At least I'll be able to abuse all the Toon players in their own language :)[/p][/quote]Likewise - I'm going to be in York on Saturday, then Toon Sunday. My train hits Newcastle around 11am , been a while since my last visit...[/p][/quote]Great! We're in Ripon till Saturday and are then heading up to Necastle. Are you a member of the Echo Saints Facebook forum? Nearer the time, I guess people on there will suggest pubs to meet in on the day.[/p][/quote]Ah, thanks for the tip, just joined :-) Beer Monster
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