Guly out, Lallana in?

Daily Echo: GULY DO PRADO GULY DO PRADO

Guly Do Prado may miss the next few games with a knee injury - but Adam Lallana could return against Manchester United.

Do Prado was replaced after an hour of the goalless draw against Everton and is expected to miss the trip to Old Trafford, but Lallana could return for Mauricio Pochettino's second game in charge, having been out for the last seven weeks with medial ligament damage.

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5:19pm Mon 28 Jan 13

CB FRY LIVES says...

We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked. CB FRY LIVES

5:41pm Mon 28 Jan 13

Bugney says...

Although Wednesday's game is important it's the Wigan game that will have the biggest impact.
Will be interesting to see how we line
Up for that one as we need to get three points.
Although Wednesday's game is important it's the Wigan game that will have the biggest impact. Will be interesting to see how we line Up for that one as we need to get three points. Bugney

5:52pm Mon 28 Jan 13

mickey01 says...

CB FRY LIVES wrote:
We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
no loss as far as i'm concerned
[quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.[/p][/quote]no loss as far as i'm concerned mickey01

6:48pm Mon 28 Jan 13

St.Yorkie says...

We go there to win!
We go there to win! St.Yorkie

7:08pm Mon 28 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

knowing Saints we will probably win at OT and loose at Wigan
knowing Saints we will probably win at OT and loose at Wigan SAINTStevie61163

7:28pm Mon 28 Jan 13

Tirau Dan says...

Mopo said “Adam Lallana is doing well. He’s definitely recovering well, but he needs rhythm to get back into competition." I took that as no he won't play against Man U.
Mopo said “Adam Lallana is doing well. He’s definitely recovering well, but he needs rhythm to get back into competition." I took that as no he won't play against Man U. Tirau Dan

7:32pm Mon 28 Jan 13

gr8saint says...

We owe both of these teams a good thrashing.

I would love to see us give Utd a beating like the good old days.
Wigan needs to be at least a 2-0, just because they owe us!

2 Goals from Lambert against Utd would be wonderful!
We owe both of these teams a good thrashing. I would love to see us give Utd a beating like the good old days. Wigan needs to be at least a 2-0, just because they owe us! 2 Goals from Lambert against Utd would be wonderful! gr8saint

9:42pm Mon 28 Jan 13

Matt Le God says...

mickey01 wrote:
CB FRY LIVES wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
no loss as far as i'm concerned
No loss...?????

You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well.

In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured.

Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.[/p][/quote]no loss as far as i'm concerned[/p][/quote]No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team. Matt Le God

10:07am Tue 29 Jan 13

lawrence07uk says...

Matt Le God wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
CB FRY LIVES wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
no loss as far as i'm concerned
No loss...?????

You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well.

In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured.

Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.
Thank you for making me laugh this morning, i read what i hope to be irony about Guly having a good season, you can quite easily match the level of fun by playing "drink along with Guly" simply do a shot every time he passes the ball to another saints team, the best thing about this game is you don't need to bring alcohol into the stands, because he simply won't do it all game. Instead he will loose possession or better still set the other team up. Oh let's not also forget that cracking own goal he scored too!
[quote][p][bold]Matt Le God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.[/p][/quote]no loss as far as i'm concerned[/p][/quote]No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.[/p][/quote]Thank you for making me laugh this morning, i read what i hope to be irony about Guly having a good season, you can quite easily match the level of fun by playing "drink along with Guly" simply do a shot every time he passes the ball to another saints team, the best thing about this game is you don't need to bring alcohol into the stands, because he simply won't do it all game. Instead he will loose possession or better still set the other team up. Oh let's not also forget that cracking own goal he scored too! lawrence07uk

11:34am Tue 29 Jan 13

toutlaw says...

Matt Le God wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
CB FRY LIVES wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
no loss as far as i'm concerned
No loss...?????

You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well.

In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured.

Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.
you are mad aren't you. how can you possibly say guly is a better player than Lallana?
how many goals has he scored? how many assists has he got compared to Lallana?
our centre mids don't really score goals therefore we need goals from the wings and he doesn't contribute. I appreciate he may run around a bit and he did deliver a good cross against stoke but he also missed a sitter in that game that would have won us the match.
Lallana is club captain and the most talented in terms of skill i've seen at the club for a while.
you are mad.
[quote][p][bold]Matt Le God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.[/p][/quote]no loss as far as i'm concerned[/p][/quote]No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.[/p][/quote]you are mad aren't you. how can you possibly say guly is a better player than Lallana? how many goals has he scored? how many assists has he got compared to Lallana? our centre mids don't really score goals therefore we need goals from the wings and he doesn't contribute. I appreciate he may run around a bit and he did deliver a good cross against stoke but he also missed a sitter in that game that would have won us the match. Lallana is club captain and the most talented in terms of skill i've seen at the club for a while. you are mad. toutlaw

1:04pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Matt Le God says...

toutlaw wrote:
Matt Le God wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
CB FRY LIVES wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
no loss as far as i'm concerned
No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.
you are mad aren't you. how can you possibly say guly is a better player than Lallana? how many goals has he scored? how many assists has he got compared to Lallana? our centre mids don't really score goals therefore we need goals from the wings and he doesn't contribute. I appreciate he may run around a bit and he did deliver a good cross against stoke but he also missed a sitter in that game that would have won us the match. Lallana is club captain and the most talented in terms of skill i've seen at the club for a while. you are mad.
Thanks for the mentality diagnosis, but I am quite sane thanks - I have the ability to see a balanced perspective and not just one point....

I dont deny Lallana is a more talented player, my point is merely about how the "team" has performed since his injury and some of that has to be down to how Guly and Shaw have linked up and without Lallana drifting in field. We are still scoring goals, but better than that our defensive record of late has been far far better as the team shape has been better.

there is no "i" in team my friend!
[quote][p][bold]toutlaw[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Matt Le God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.[/p][/quote]no loss as far as i'm concerned[/p][/quote]No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.[/p][/quote]you are mad aren't you. how can you possibly say guly is a better player than Lallana? how many goals has he scored? how many assists has he got compared to Lallana? our centre mids don't really score goals therefore we need goals from the wings and he doesn't contribute. I appreciate he may run around a bit and he did deliver a good cross against stoke but he also missed a sitter in that game that would have won us the match. Lallana is club captain and the most talented in terms of skill i've seen at the club for a while. you are mad.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the mentality diagnosis, but I am quite sane thanks - I have the ability to see a balanced perspective and not just one point.... I dont deny Lallana is a more talented player, my point is merely about how the "team" has performed since his injury and some of that has to be down to how Guly and Shaw have linked up and without Lallana drifting in field. We are still scoring goals, but better than that our defensive record of late has been far far better as the team shape has been better. there is no "i" in team my friend! Matt Le God

1:06pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Matt Le God says...

lawrence07uk wrote:
Matt Le God wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
CB FRY LIVES wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
no loss as far as i'm concerned
No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.
Thank you for making me laugh this morning, i read what i hope to be irony about Guly having a good season, you can quite easily match the level of fun by playing "drink along with Guly" simply do a shot every time he passes the ball to another saints team, the best thing about this game is you don't need to bring alcohol into the stands, because he simply won't do it all game. Instead he will loose possession or better still set the other team up. Oh let's not also forget that cracking own goal he scored too!
You clearly have a blinkered view and not one worth debating.
[quote][p][bold]lawrence07uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Matt Le God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.[/p][/quote]no loss as far as i'm concerned[/p][/quote]No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.[/p][/quote]Thank you for making me laugh this morning, i read what i hope to be irony about Guly having a good season, you can quite easily match the level of fun by playing "drink along with Guly" simply do a shot every time he passes the ball to another saints team, the best thing about this game is you don't need to bring alcohol into the stands, because he simply won't do it all game. Instead he will loose possession or better still set the other team up. Oh let's not also forget that cracking own goal he scored too![/p][/quote]You clearly have a blinkered view and not one worth debating. Matt Le God

8:04pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Matt Le God wrote:
lawrence07uk wrote:
Matt Le God wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
CB FRY LIVES wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.
no loss as far as i'm concerned
No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.
Thank you for making me laugh this morning, i read what i hope to be irony about Guly having a good season, you can quite easily match the level of fun by playing "drink along with Guly" simply do a shot every time he passes the ball to another saints team, the best thing about this game is you don't need to bring alcohol into the stands, because he simply won't do it all game. Instead he will loose possession or better still set the other team up. Oh let's not also forget that cracking own goal he scored too!
You clearly have a blinkered view and not one worth debating.
You make some excellent points Matt Le God.

I am not sure Lallana should not walk back in, as he is after all captain, and very good to boot. This is different to Hammond who was Captain but not quite as good.

Defensively we have looked more solid with Guly in the side, and he has come up with an assist or two. He has actually played well more often than not.
[quote][p][bold]Matt Le God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lawrence07uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Matt Le God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: We will miss Guly at old trafford.i think he performs better away from home than at ST MARYS where he is often unfaily barracked.[/p][/quote]no loss as far as i'm concerned[/p][/quote]No loss...????? You clearly havent been to many matches this season. Guly has been a different player this season, full of running, working hard and has linked up with Luke Shaw really well. In actual fact a fit Guly would have me question whether Lallana would get back in the team - just look at the results since AL has been injured. Don't get me wrong, a huge supporter of AL but he has competition for places and doesnt have the right to be selected straight back into the team.[/p][/quote]Thank you for making me laugh this morning, i read what i hope to be irony about Guly having a good season, you can quite easily match the level of fun by playing "drink along with Guly" simply do a shot every time he passes the ball to another saints team, the best thing about this game is you don't need to bring alcohol into the stands, because he simply won't do it all game. Instead he will loose possession or better still set the other team up. Oh let's not also forget that cracking own goal he scored too![/p][/quote]You clearly have a blinkered view and not one worth debating.[/p][/quote]You make some excellent points Matt Le God. I am not sure Lallana should not walk back in, as he is after all captain, and very good to boot. This is different to Hammond who was Captain but not quite as good. Defensively we have looked more solid with Guly in the side, and he has come up with an assist or two. He has actually played well more often than not. Thornhill Saint

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