Rickie Lambert says Saints' performance against Manchester City was their best of the season

Rickie Lambert celebrates with team mates after Saints third goal.

Rickie Lambert celebrates with team mates after Saints third goal.

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Rickie Lambert hailed Saints' performance in their 3-1 win over Manchester City as their best of the season.

Mauricio Pochettino's side dominated proceedings at St Mary's and could have triumphed by an even greater margin.

"I think it's our best performance (of the season)," said Lambert. "We were absolutely superb today and got exactly what we deserved.

"We looked for the early goal and looked to put them under pressure early and hope to capitalise on it. It worked perfectly. Then we went 2-0 up, which was even better."

The score could have been even more lopsided had referee Martin Atkinson not waved away Jay Rodriguez's penalty appeals on the stroke of half-time, following a clumsy Yaya Toure challenge.

Rodriguez said: "I ran in and I think there was a little nudge, but the referee hasn't given it so we got on with the game."

He added: "We press hard, take the game to them. As you can see, it creates chances and puts us on the front foot. We've taken to it well and put in a great performance."

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8:42pm Sat 9 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Rickie should have got his 100th from the spot, stonewall penalty not given, in fact there should have been two. Well done anyway, maybe Newcastle will be looking down the barrel of Rickies gun.
Rickie should have got his 100th from the spot, stonewall penalty not given, in fact there should have been two. Well done anyway, maybe Newcastle will be looking down the barrel of Rickies gun. OSPREYSAINT
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8:51pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Confucious says...

I hope I don't wake up and find out that all didn't happen tonight.
I hope I don't wake up and find out that all didn't happen tonight. Confucious
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8:51pm Sat 9 Feb 13

SouthamptonLegend says...

Harry Redknapp, we're waiting for youuu...
Harry Redknapp, we're waiting for youuu... SouthamptonLegend
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8:52pm Sat 9 Feb 13

denniss says...

What a game! Brilliant perfomance form the whole team Rodrigues was absolutely spent at the end. Pity the referee's performance was bad he let Man City off the hook.
What a game! Brilliant perfomance form the whole team Rodrigues was absolutely spent at the end. Pity the referee's performance was bad he let Man City off the hook. denniss
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8:53pm Sat 9 Feb 13

slugger says...

If Carlsberg did football results ......... from Bournemouth up have we had a better day ? .......... In the words of Lou Reid " Oh what a perfect day" .... COYR !!!!!!
If Carlsberg did football results ......... from Bournemouth up have we had a better day ? .......... In the words of Lou Reid " Oh what a perfect day" .... COYR !!!!!! slugger
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8:55pm Sat 9 Feb 13

florida saint says...

amazing saints, just watched live here in kissimmee, we out played and out passed city from start to finish,20 plus passes twice without a city player touching the ball,and to make it even better the fish pervs lost at mighty bournemouth, great night ahead at city walk, just a thought is that the nearest the skates will get to the premier league ,when their train went passed st marys gutted, u t s red aaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrr
rrrrmmmmmmy.
amazing saints, just watched live here in kissimmee, we out played and out passed city from start to finish,20 plus passes twice without a city player touching the ball,and to make it even better the fish pervs lost at mighty bournemouth, great night ahead at city walk, just a thought is that the nearest the skates will get to the premier league ,when their train went passed st marys gutted, u t s red aaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrr rrrrmmmmmmy. florida saint
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8:55pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Grampy60 says...

Never mind the best performance this season, that was the best for many a long year. COYR. Man of the match Jack Cork ran himself into the ground with a 10/10 game.
Never mind the best performance this season, that was the best for many a long year. COYR. Man of the match Jack Cork ran himself into the ground with a 10/10 game. Grampy60
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8:56pm Sat 9 Feb 13

magnette says...

And you were the orchestra leader, Ricky.
Well done.
And you were the orchestra leader, Ricky. Well done. magnette
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9:00pm Sat 9 Feb 13

pitbull says...

Great result today, brilliant performance.

If we keep playing like this, someone is going to get a real hammering.

Some different words to an old chant.
Together as one, together as one,
we are Southampton, we are together as one.
Great result today, brilliant performance. If we keep playing like this, someone is going to get a real hammering. Some different words to an old chant. Together as one, together as one, we are Southampton, we are together as one. pitbull
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9:03pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

I love my Club....

....that is all COYR
I love my Club.... ....that is all COYR Baddesley Bill
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9:08pm Sat 9 Feb 13

merrysaint says...

BBC site says Man C made 'glaring errors' at the back which cost them victory.
Err NO. They were totally outplayed by a superior Saints team. FACT.
BBC site says Man C made 'glaring errors' at the back which cost them victory. Err NO. They were totally outplayed by a superior Saints team. FACT. merrysaint
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9:12pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St.Yorkie says...

It seems strange after sitting back and taking it all in.
I think the change in our fortune is down to the change in Management - but that's because I firmly believe we are playing our best team.
Rodrigues does all the running for Lambert - who did a fair bit tonight himself!
We have no luxury players - all get stuck in. Not a Guly or Ramirez knocker but we do seem to be far more aggressive without them.
Hats off to the back four - no Shaw or Fonte and still keep Citeh at bay for the best part of 90-mins.
It is going to be difficult to get Lallana back with everyone playing so well. Ramirez looks like a bench warmer for when we need a bit more creativity. Puncheon does frustrate me a bit - but he is in a rich vein of form.
So are there 3-worse teams than us in The Premier League?
Whilst we have Rickie leading the line, and Cork & Schneiderlin in midfield...our defense and goalkeeper have less to do.
Big month ahead against teams we should now feel confident of beating...Newcastle, Reading, Norwich and QPR.
Together as one as our mentor used to say...
Just watched the post match interview - Pochettino understands everything asked of him! You can tell by the smile on his face before the interpreter steps in!
It seems strange after sitting back and taking it all in. I think the change in our fortune is down to the change in Management - but that's because I firmly believe we are playing our best team. Rodrigues does all the running for Lambert - who did a fair bit tonight himself! We have no luxury players - all get stuck in. Not a Guly or Ramirez knocker but we do seem to be far more aggressive without them. Hats off to the back four - no Shaw or Fonte and still keep Citeh at bay for the best part of 90-mins. It is going to be difficult to get Lallana back with everyone playing so well. Ramirez looks like a bench warmer for when we need a bit more creativity. Puncheon does frustrate me a bit - but he is in a rich vein of form. So are there 3-worse teams than us in The Premier League? Whilst we have Rickie leading the line, and Cork & Schneiderlin in midfield...our defense and goalkeeper have less to do. Big month ahead against teams we should now feel confident of beating...Newcastle, Reading, Norwich and QPR. Together as one as our mentor used to say... Just watched the post match interview - Pochettino understands everything asked of him! You can tell by the smile on his face before the interpreter steps in! St.Yorkie
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9:13pm Sat 9 Feb 13

rudolph_hucker says...

GO SAINTS
what a result
GO SAINTS what a result rudolph_hucker
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9:14pm Sat 9 Feb 13

batesieboy says...

What a fantastic performance...totall
y out-gunned the Premiership champions. This result has been a while coming, as Saints have been playing great without the just rewards. Three very winnable fixtures coming up, so if we can keep this going, I see us above Norwich, Newcastle and Wet Spam.
What a fantastic performance...totall y out-gunned the Premiership champions. This result has been a while coming, as Saints have been playing great without the just rewards. Three very winnable fixtures coming up, so if we can keep this going, I see us above Norwich, Newcastle and Wet Spam. batesieboy
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9:18pm Sat 9 Feb 13

redsnapper says...

The stadium was rocking tonite. Lets hope all the negative bar stewards like Teboring have the decency to stay way for a few days because in a few weeks MP has delivered a method of playing that not only guarantees survival but promises real progress for SFC.

Brilliant today. Can't wait for MOTD
The stadium was rocking tonite. Lets hope all the negative bar stewards like Teboring have the decency to stay way for a few days because in a few weeks MP has delivered a method of playing that not only guarantees survival but promises real progress for SFC. Brilliant today. Can't wait for MOTD redsnapper
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9:19pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Woo hoo!

What a fantastic day all round, with every result going our way first, & then an absolutely fantastic performance to wipe the floor with Citeh!

We were simply awesome & showed the country what we are about - this performance & result has been coming for some time.

Sooooooo proud to be a Saint!
Woo hoo! What a fantastic day all round, with every result going our way first, & then an absolutely fantastic performance to wipe the floor with Citeh! We were simply awesome & showed the country what we are about - this performance & result has been coming for some time. Sooooooo proud to be a Saint! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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9:22pm Sat 9 Feb 13

legod7 says...

My Man of the Match was Steven Davies. He was industrious, unlike Gaston Ramirez.
My Man of the Match was Steven Davies. He was industrious, unlike Gaston Ramirez. legod7
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9:22pm Sat 9 Feb 13

hedge end bob says...

It's only been four games but dont you think we are a lot fitter and playing like we did under WEE GORDON?
No man of the match for me today, i would rather say TEAM OF THE DAY! even with FOX in it. Well deserved three points and playing like that first of many.

I hope NIGEL see's that game and gets the same satisfaction that it has given all of us tonight. We have moved on now but not forgotten what he did. Potch looks like he could be the one Nicola was looking for to take us to the next level. Exicting times, exicting team , long live SFC in the hands of the new team and our CHAIRMAN.
STID.
It's only been four games but dont you think we are a lot fitter and playing like we did under WEE GORDON? No man of the match for me today, i would rather say TEAM OF THE DAY! even with FOX in it. Well deserved three points and playing like that first of many. I hope NIGEL see's that game and gets the same satisfaction that it has given all of us tonight. We have moved on now but not forgotten what he did. Potch looks like he could be the one Nicola was looking for to take us to the next level. Exicting times, exicting team , long live SFC in the hands of the new team and our CHAIRMAN. STID. hedge end bob
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9:29pm Sat 9 Feb 13

THEirishSAINT says...

Top performance tod&y.. Yossi man of the match in my opion.' C O Y R
Top performance tod&y.. Yossi man of the match in my opion.' C O Y R THEirishSAINT
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9:35pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

Solid throughout from Boruc to Lambert.
A special mention for the midfield diamond, the three of them were awesome tonight.

Life is sweet.......
Solid throughout from Boruc to Lambert. A special mention for the midfield diamond, the three of them were awesome tonight. Life is sweet....... St.Winch70
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9:39pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Every Saints player on the pitch was MOM today - they played as a team, supporting each other, closing down Citeh & playing at a high tempo, harassing & harrying them, disrupting their neat passing football & imposing our own fast, possession attacking game.

In the 2nd half you could see Mo Po urging Saints to continue to press them & play 15 yards further up the pitch so as not to sit back & invite pressure like we used to do.

RED ARMY!
Every Saints player on the pitch was MOM today - they played as a team, supporting each other, closing down Citeh & playing at a high tempo, harassing & harrying them, disrupting their neat passing football & imposing our own fast, possession attacking game. In the 2nd half you could see Mo Po urging Saints to continue to press them & play 15 yards further up the pitch so as not to sit back & invite pressure like we used to do. RED ARMY! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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9:43pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Confucious says...

Will be main game on Match of the Day tonight, but with ESPN covering the live match it's not on Football First. Pity that - I'd have been camped in front of the telly all day tomorrow watching the recording. I didn't relax at St Marys tonight until half the extra time had gone. God knows where I thought they'd get two goals back in five minutes, but I guess it all felt too good to be true.
Will be main game on Match of the Day tonight, but with ESPN covering the live match it's not on Football First. Pity that - I'd have been camped in front of the telly all day tomorrow watching the recording. I didn't relax at St Marys tonight until half the extra time had gone. God knows where I thought they'd get two goals back in five minutes, but I guess it all felt too good to be true. Confucious
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9:43pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St Retford says...

That, in a word, was fcuking AMAZING. I assume everyone is out on the p1ss right now and I can't blame them but everyone at the club should take a bow tonight. Especially Nicola Cortese. He's taken some stick but by god has he delivered and taken us to the 'next level'. Remember, if you doubt him it's usually always because you're wrong.
That, in a word, was fcuking AMAZING. I assume everyone is out on the p1ss right now and I can't blame them but everyone at the club should take a bow tonight. Especially Nicola Cortese. He's taken some stick but by god has he delivered and taken us to the 'next level'. Remember, if you doubt him it's usually always because you're wrong. St Retford
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9:47pm Sat 9 Feb 13

2getheras1 says...

6 away games + 5 home games remain (I think?). All look winnable now.
6 away games + 5 home games remain (I think?). All look winnable now. 2getheras1
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9:50pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St Retford says...

merrysaint wrote:
BBC site says Man C made 'glaring errors' at the back which cost them victory.
Err NO. They were totally outplayed by a superior Saints team. FACT.
I watched it in the pub with a load of City fans who were gracious enough to admit we thoroughly deserved it but said City were poor. That's probably how it looked to most observers, but not those who've seen us under MoPo and understand the way we pressurise high up the pitch. When we do it well we simply don't allow teams to play. For those that weren't there, that was exactly what the second half at Old Trafford was like, only without the luck we enjoyed today.

We are going places, my friends. We've bossed the two best teams in England.
[quote][p][bold]merrysaint[/bold] wrote: BBC site says Man C made 'glaring errors' at the back which cost them victory. Err NO. They were totally outplayed by a superior Saints team. FACT.[/p][/quote]I watched it in the pub with a load of City fans who were gracious enough to admit we thoroughly deserved it but said City were poor. That's probably how it looked to most observers, but not those who've seen us under MoPo and understand the way we pressurise high up the pitch. When we do it well we simply don't allow teams to play. For those that weren't there, that was exactly what the second half at Old Trafford was like, only without the luck we enjoyed today. We are going places, my friends. We've bossed the two best teams in England. St Retford
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9:54pm Sat 9 Feb 13

redsnapper says...

Rumour has it there was a south coast derby today. Can t say I noticed.
Rumour has it there was a south coast derby today. Can t say I noticed. redsnapper
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9:55pm Sat 9 Feb 13

2getheras1 says...

Confucious wrote:
Will be main game on Match of the Day tonight, but with ESPN covering the live match it's not on Football First. Pity that - I'd have been camped in front of the telly all day tomorrow watching the recording. I didn't relax at St Marys tonight until half the extra time had gone. God knows where I thought they'd get two goals back in five minutes, but I guess it all felt too good to be true.
Agreed. I would definately prefer Football First rather than an ESPUNK covering.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Will be main game on Match of the Day tonight, but with ESPN covering the live match it's not on Football First. Pity that - I'd have been camped in front of the telly all day tomorrow watching the recording. I didn't relax at St Marys tonight until half the extra time had gone. God knows where I thought they'd get two goals back in five minutes, but I guess it all felt too good to be true.[/p][/quote]Agreed. I would definately prefer Football First rather than an ESPUNK covering. 2getheras1
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9:58pm Sat 9 Feb 13

SouthamptonLegend says...

legod7 wrote:
My Man of the Match was Steven Davies. He was industrious, unlike Gaston Ramirez.
hahahahahahahahaha

funny. :-/
[quote][p][bold]legod7[/bold] wrote: My Man of the Match was Steven Davies. He was industrious, unlike Gaston Ramirez.[/p][/quote]hahahahahahahahaha funny. :-/ SouthamptonLegend
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9:59pm Sat 9 Feb 13

circa 66 saint says...

C O Y R
Played the champs off the park
last time i felt this good was the 1980's
AWESOME
BRILLIANT
DEVASTATING
AND ANY OTHER ADJECTIVE
C O Y R Played the champs off the park last time i felt this good was the 1980's AWESOME BRILLIANT DEVASTATING AND ANY OTHER ADJECTIVE circa 66 saint
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10:05pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St Retford says...

redsnapper wrote:
Rumour has it there was a south coast derby today. Can t say I noticed.
I couldn't give a fcuk about them tonight. Funny how there aren't many Pompey trolls in here tonight though, isn't it? Maybe they've all got girlfriends and are out having a lovely time eating fine food, dancing, laughing and feeling alive like never before. I bet that's what they're doing. Definitely.
[quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: Rumour has it there was a south coast derby today. Can t say I noticed.[/p][/quote]I couldn't give a fcuk about them tonight. Funny how there aren't many Pompey trolls in here tonight though, isn't it? Maybe they've all got girlfriends and are out having a lovely time eating fine food, dancing, laughing and feeling alive like never before. I bet that's what they're doing. Definitely. St Retford
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10:13pm Sat 9 Feb 13

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

Excellent complete team performance and we not only won , but played the game of the season . THE ONLY WAY IS UP , well done S.F.C.
Excellent complete team performance and we not only won , but played the game of the season . THE ONLY WAY IS UP , well done S.F.C. SPIKEISLANDTRADER
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10:20pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Salar says...

What a result. It's been coming for some time. All the sweet, nevertheless. COYR

Also, so good that the site is free of the WUM and associated rubbish that post every day and spoil the site.
What a result. It's been coming for some time. All the sweet, nevertheless. COYR Also, so good that the site is free of the WUM and associated rubbish that post every day and spoil the site. Salar
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10:23pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Saintsayer II says...

I always thought we would stay up The differene now is I KNOW we will
I always thought we would stay up The differene now is I KNOW we will Saintsayer II
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10:24pm Sat 9 Feb 13

angus mc coatup says...

well I never,we only went and beat the
reigning champions comprehensively.

And we did It with a useless goalkeeper
two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins.

well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.
well I never,we only went and beat the reigning champions comprehensively. And we did It with a useless goalkeeper two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins. well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself. angus mc coatup
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10:36pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Lockssmart says...

I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR Lockssmart
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10:36pm Sat 9 Feb 13

SaintinCanada says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
well I never,we only went and beat the
reigning champions comprehensively.

And we did It with a useless goalkeeper
two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins.

well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.
Ask TEBOURBA.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well I never,we only went and beat the reigning champions comprehensively. And we did It with a useless goalkeeper two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins. well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.[/p][/quote]Ask TEBOURBA. SaintinCanada
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10:38pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

Shearer right to close with 'don't take anything away from Southampton'
Shearer right to close with 'don't take anything away from Southampton' St.Winch70
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10:42pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

Lockssmart wrote:
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
Nice post d!ckhead.
[quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR[/p][/quote]Nice post d!ckhead. St.Winch70
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10:42pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Red n White says...

Great performance! I knocked Yoshida last week as I thought he looked out of sorts and not at the standard I expected from him, but today both him and Jos were excellent. Rodriguez has started to look more like that £7m every week. I think Adkins did fantastic to get us to the Prem, but if we can keep this up, it's clear that Poch is the man to take us even further.
A terrific result considering we were missing almost half a team: Shaw, Forren, Fonte, Ramirez, Lallana and then Fox getting injured.
Surprised Glory Hunter isnt on here celebrating with us as we've pretty much handed the title to United, ah that's right, he probably doesn't support them
Great performance! I knocked Yoshida last week as I thought he looked out of sorts and not at the standard I expected from him, but today both him and Jos were excellent. Rodriguez has started to look more like that £7m every week. I think Adkins did fantastic to get us to the Prem, but if we can keep this up, it's clear that Poch is the man to take us even further. A terrific result considering we were missing almost half a team: Shaw, Forren, Fonte, Ramirez, Lallana and then Fox getting injured. Surprised Glory Hunter isnt on here celebrating with us as we've pretty much handed the title to United, ah that's right, he probably doesn't support them Red n White
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10:43pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Lockssmart says...

St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
Nice post d!ckhead.
I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?
[quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR[/p][/quote]Nice post d!ckhead.[/p][/quote]I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then? Lockssmart
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10:47pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St Retford says...

Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend!
Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend! St Retford
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10:49pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Terry Fulford says...

Good on you Lads so pleasant to have a WIN keep it up you can do it.
Change of manager has made the difference look forward to many more wins.
You made this lad a very HAPPY MAN,
Thank you.
Good on you Lads so pleasant to have a WIN keep it up you can do it. Change of manager has made the difference look forward to many more wins. You made this lad a very HAPPY MAN, Thank you. Terry Fulford
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10:50pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St Retford says...

Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.
Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class. St Retford
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10:52pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
Nice post d!ckhead.
I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?
Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager.
D!ckhead.
[quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR[/p][/quote]Nice post d!ckhead.[/p][/quote]I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?[/p][/quote]Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager. D!ckhead. St.Winch70
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10:53pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Lockssmart says...

St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
Nice post d!ckhead.
I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?
Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager.
D!ckhead.
It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey.
[quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR[/p][/quote]Nice post d!ckhead.[/p][/quote]I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?[/p][/quote]Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager. D!ckhead.[/p][/quote]It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey. Lockssmart
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10:57pm Sat 9 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

batesieboy wrote:
What a fantastic performance...totall

y out-gunned the Premiership champions. This result has been a while coming, as Saints have been playing great without the just rewards. Three very winnable fixtures coming up, so if we can keep this going, I see us above Norwich, Newcastle and Wet Spam.
Yes indeedy.in fact if results were based on performances this would be our 4th win in a row...

This MoPo has taken Nige's work a double step up...

...we must not do the old everlasting saints trick of beating the big uns and losing to the small fry though....

Focus...focus.
[quote][p][bold]batesieboy[/bold] wrote: What a fantastic performance...totall y out-gunned the Premiership champions. This result has been a while coming, as Saints have been playing great without the just rewards. Three very winnable fixtures coming up, so if we can keep this going, I see us above Norwich, Newcastle and Wet Spam.[/p][/quote]Yes indeedy.in fact if results were based on performances this would be our 4th win in a row... This MoPo has taken Nige's work a double step up... ...we must not do the old everlasting saints trick of beating the big uns and losing to the small fry though.... Focus...focus. warrens 76
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10:58pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
well I never,we only went and beat the
reigning champions comprehensively.

And we did It with a useless goalkeeper
two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins.

well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.
Angus, you regularly make me chuckle with your rye humour; thanks.

Where's the LIKE button and the smily face when you need them?
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well I never,we only went and beat the reigning champions comprehensively. And we did It with a useless goalkeeper two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins. well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.[/p][/quote]Angus, you regularly make me chuckle with your rye humour; thanks. Where's the LIKE button and the smily face when you need them? Strasbourg Saint
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10:58pm Sat 9 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Red n White wrote:
Great performance! I knocked Yoshida last week as I thought he looked out of sorts and not at the standard I expected from him, but today both him and Jos were excellent. Rodriguez has started to look more like that £7m every week. I think Adkins did fantastic to get us to the Prem, but if we can keep this up, it's clear that Poch is the man to take us even further.
A terrific result considering we were missing almost half a team: Shaw, Forren, Fonte, Ramirez, Lallana and then Fox getting injured.
Surprised Glory Hunter isnt on here celebrating with us as we've pretty much handed the title to United, ah that's right, he probably doesn't support them
Why do you use the word 'probably' it's Kent ffs.
[quote][p][bold]Red n White[/bold] wrote: Great performance! I knocked Yoshida last week as I thought he looked out of sorts and not at the standard I expected from him, but today both him and Jos were excellent. Rodriguez has started to look more like that £7m every week. I think Adkins did fantastic to get us to the Prem, but if we can keep this up, it's clear that Poch is the man to take us even further. A terrific result considering we were missing almost half a team: Shaw, Forren, Fonte, Ramirez, Lallana and then Fox getting injured. Surprised Glory Hunter isnt on here celebrating with us as we've pretty much handed the title to United, ah that's right, he probably doesn't support them[/p][/quote]Why do you use the word 'probably' it's Kent ffs. warrens 76
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10:59pm Sat 9 Feb 13

milton road says...

What can I say its been EMOTIONAL.
in fact AWESOME
What can I say its been EMOTIONAL. in fact AWESOME milton road
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10:59pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
Nice post d!ckhead.
I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?
Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager.
D!ckhead.
It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey.
And there's further proof if needed.
A d!ckhead that can't compliment the result and performance - would rather snipe at other fans.
[quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR[/p][/quote]Nice post d!ckhead.[/p][/quote]I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?[/p][/quote]Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager. D!ckhead.[/p][/quote]It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey.[/p][/quote]And there's further proof if needed. A d!ckhead that can't compliment the result and performance - would rather snipe at other fans. St.Winch70
  • Score: 0

11:04pm Sat 9 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

St Retford wrote:
redsnapper wrote:
Rumour has it there was a south coast derby today. Can t say I noticed.
I couldn't give a fcuk about them tonight. Funny how there aren't many Pompey trolls in here tonight though, isn't it? Maybe they've all got girlfriends and are out having a lovely time eating fine food, dancing, laughing and feeling alive like never before. I bet that's what they're doing. Definitely.
A decent claret Chateau La Tour, folowed by a nice Corton ...desert wine possibly but a 15 year port with stilton is my guess...

The next 12 giro cheques should help considerably...

...or they could just go robbing and bullying in genteel Bournemouth..what's that you say, they did..oh well.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: Rumour has it there was a south coast derby today. Can t say I noticed.[/p][/quote]I couldn't give a fcuk about them tonight. Funny how there aren't many Pompey trolls in here tonight though, isn't it? Maybe they've all got girlfriends and are out having a lovely time eating fine food, dancing, laughing and feeling alive like never before. I bet that's what they're doing. Definitely.[/p][/quote]A decent claret Chateau La Tour, folowed by a nice Corton ...desert wine possibly but a 15 year port with stilton is my guess... The next 12 giro cheques should help considerably... ...or they could just go robbing and bullying in genteel Bournemouth..what's that you say, they did..oh well. warrens 76
  • Score: 0

11:05pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.
I have to say, Retford, I was thinking something a little similar during the match. It crossed my mind that the best 'signing' during the window was that all of our core players remained at SMS.

Holding onto them in the summer could be even harder but this squad is slowly building into genuine top six material.

btw, I'm glad you didn't take your Saints shirt for a stroll down Moss Side this evening.

Please send my best wishes to all M. City fans up there.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.[/p][/quote]I have to say, Retford, I was thinking something a little similar during the match. It crossed my mind that the best 'signing' during the window was that all of our core players remained at SMS. Holding onto them in the summer could be even harder but this squad is slowly building into genuine top six material. btw, I'm glad you didn't take your Saints shirt for a stroll down Moss Side this evening. Please send my best wishes to all M. City fans up there. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

11:07pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Taking le Tiss says...

St Retford wrote:
Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.
A certain Arsene Wenger will be sniffing around I think he is exactly what Arsenal need only problem is Saints are going places big time and will be challenging Arsenal soon so no way he would consider leaving us unless the club decide the cash in which is very unlikely with our financial position. I have to say that when I saw him play as a young 17 yer old he was always destined to play at the very top level at both club and international level he will soon be called up for th French Nat team and will be very well deserved when it happens I could go on all night..... Could say the same for Corky amongst others... Love my SFC
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.[/p][/quote]A certain Arsene Wenger will be sniffing around I think he is exactly what Arsenal need only problem is Saints are going places big time and will be challenging Arsenal soon so no way he would consider leaving us unless the club decide the cash in which is very unlikely with our financial position. I have to say that when I saw him play as a young 17 yer old he was always destined to play at the very top level at both club and international level he will soon be called up for th French Nat team and will be very well deserved when it happens I could go on all night..... Could say the same for Corky amongst others... Love my SFC Taking le Tiss
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11:12pm Sat 9 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

There is a line in 'Dirty rotten scoundrels' were Michael Caine say's "is'nt she wonderful"...
..."were'nt we wonderful"..
There is a line in 'Dirty rotten scoundrels' were Michael Caine say's "is'nt she wonderful"... ..."were'nt we wonderful".. warrens 76
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11:20pm Sat 9 Feb 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

This is the post I answered yesterday. I make no excuses and great delight for it being repeated .

Silva`s Left Boot wrote:

CB FRY LIVES wrote:
They will come to ST MARYS as pampered spoiled little rich kids but they will go back to manchester feeling like paupers.3 points to the SAINTS. COYR

Seriously are you like 5?

Your Southampton not Barcelona I`m sure Kompany and Hart really are not scared about Lambert and co.

Well if they aint worried.
You are!
Otherwise you wouldn't be on our web site.
If you visit our ground ,
(WHICH I DOUBT)
be prepared for a home win and a long misserable track back to your dump.

Don't you love it when a plan comes together!

COYS you were fantastic.

Rickie was unplayable.
This is the post I answered yesterday. I make no excuses and great delight for it being repeated . Silva`s Left Boot wrote: CB FRY LIVES wrote: They will come to ST MARYS as pampered spoiled little rich kids but they will go back to manchester feeling like paupers.3 points to the SAINTS. COYR Seriously are you like 5? Your Southampton not Barcelona I`m sure Kompany and Hart really are not scared about Lambert and co. Well if they aint worried. You are! Otherwise you wouldn't be on our web site. If you visit our ground , (WHICH I DOUBT) be prepared for a home win and a long misserable track back to your dump. Don't you love it when a plan comes together! COYS you were fantastic. Rickie was unplayable. SFCOLDBOY
  • Score: 0

11:21pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St Retford says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote: Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.
I have to say, Retford, I was thinking something a little similar during the match. It crossed my mind that the best 'signing' during the window was that all of our core players remained at SMS. Holding onto them in the summer could be even harder but this squad is slowly building into genuine top six material. btw, I'm glad you didn't take your Saints shirt for a stroll down Moss Side this evening. Please send my best wishes to all M. City fans up there.
Heh. To be honest, they're fine with you running round the pub shouting "Get in you fcuking beauty" every time a goal goes in so long as they're fairly sure you're not doing it because you're a United fan. I wore a Saints scarf and spoke in a plummy southern accent to be on the safe side and lo and behold everyone shook my hand when I left. Decent fans, these City lot.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.[/p][/quote]I have to say, Retford, I was thinking something a little similar during the match. It crossed my mind that the best 'signing' during the window was that all of our core players remained at SMS. Holding onto them in the summer could be even harder but this squad is slowly building into genuine top six material. btw, I'm glad you didn't take your Saints shirt for a stroll down Moss Side this evening. Please send my best wishes to all M. City fans up there.[/p][/quote]Heh. To be honest, they're fine with you running round the pub shouting "Get in you fcuking beauty" every time a goal goes in so long as they're fairly sure you're not doing it because you're a United fan. I wore a Saints scarf and spoke in a plummy southern accent to be on the safe side and lo and behold everyone shook my hand when I left. Decent fans, these City lot. St Retford
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11:30pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Lockssmart says...

St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
Nice post d!ckhead.
I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?
Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager.
D!ckhead.
It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey.
And there's further proof if needed.
A d!ckhead that can't compliment the result and performance - would rather snipe at other fans.
Taken the bait, netted, landed and cooked.
[quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR[/p][/quote]Nice post d!ckhead.[/p][/quote]I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?[/p][/quote]Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager. D!ckhead.[/p][/quote]It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey.[/p][/quote]And there's further proof if needed. A d!ckhead that can't compliment the result and performance - would rather snipe at other fans.[/p][/quote]Taken the bait, netted, landed and cooked. Lockssmart
  • Score: 0

11:32pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St Retford says...

Taking le Tiss wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.
A certain Arsene Wenger will be sniffing around I think he is exactly what Arsenal need only problem is Saints are going places big time and will be challenging Arsenal soon so no way he would consider leaving us unless the club decide the cash in which is very unlikely with our financial position. I have to say that when I saw him play as a young 17 yer old he was always destined to play at the very top level at both club and international level he will soon be called up for th French Nat team and will be very well deserved when it happens I could go on all night..... Could say the same for Corky amongst others... Love my SFC
I bet Wenger was literally w@nking himself into a frothy mess at the sight of Morgan today. I hope what stops him joining the dark side is that he's been on such a journey with Saints that he'll feel more of a commitment to us than AOC or Walcott ever did. I also hope we offer him all the money in the world and that all the men of Southampton offer him a loan of their wife if he so demands. It's the least he deserves. Can we make a pact?
[quote][p][bold]Taking le Tiss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.[/p][/quote]A certain Arsene Wenger will be sniffing around I think he is exactly what Arsenal need only problem is Saints are going places big time and will be challenging Arsenal soon so no way he would consider leaving us unless the club decide the cash in which is very unlikely with our financial position. I have to say that when I saw him play as a young 17 yer old he was always destined to play at the very top level at both club and international level he will soon be called up for th French Nat team and will be very well deserved when it happens I could go on all night..... Could say the same for Corky amongst others... Love my SFC[/p][/quote]I bet Wenger was literally w@nking himself into a frothy mess at the sight of Morgan today. I hope what stops him joining the dark side is that he's been on such a journey with Saints that he'll feel more of a commitment to us than AOC or Walcott ever did. I also hope we offer him all the money in the world and that all the men of Southampton offer him a loan of their wife if he so demands. It's the least he deserves. Can we make a pact? St Retford
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11:36pm Sat 9 Feb 13

glengarryleads says...

florida saint wrote:
amazing saints, just watched live here in kissimmee, we out played and out passed city from start to finish,20 plus passes twice without a city player touching the ball,and to make it even better the fish pervs lost at mighty bournemouth, great night ahead at city walk, just a thought is that the nearest the skates will get to the premier league ,when their train went passed st marys gutted, u t s red aaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrr

rrrrmmmmmmy.
hey florida saint, i'm a SFC die-hard stuck up in Gainesville. just thought you should know you're not the only one in Florida.
[quote][p][bold]florida saint[/bold] wrote: amazing saints, just watched live here in kissimmee, we out played and out passed city from start to finish,20 plus passes twice without a city player touching the ball,and to make it even better the fish pervs lost at mighty bournemouth, great night ahead at city walk, just a thought is that the nearest the skates will get to the premier league ,when their train went passed st marys gutted, u t s red aaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrr rrrrmmmmmmy.[/p][/quote]hey florida saint, i'm a SFC die-hard stuck up in Gainesville. just thought you should know you're not the only one in Florida. glengarryleads
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11:41pm Sat 9 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
Lockssmart wrote:
I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR
Nice post d!ckhead.
I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?
Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager.
D!ckhead.
It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey.
And there's further proof if needed.
A d!ckhead that can't compliment the result and performance - would rather snipe at other fans.
Taken the bait, netted, landed and cooked.
How very, very sad.
[quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: I bet all the fans that said they wouldn't go because Adkins was sacked missed a good game. Shame on you. Never mind, the club will always survive, even with fans like you. COYR[/p][/quote]Nice post d!ckhead.[/p][/quote]I take it you're one of the a@&eheads then?[/p][/quote]Good form posting negative comments after such a great performance in front of a full house with everyone behind the team and the manager. D!ckhead.[/p][/quote]It's like dangling a carrot in front of a donkey.[/p][/quote]And there's further proof if needed. A d!ckhead that can't compliment the result and performance - would rather snipe at other fans.[/p][/quote]Taken the bait, netted, landed and cooked.[/p][/quote]How very, very sad. St.Winch70
  • Score: 0

11:44pm Sat 9 Feb 13

lambo83 says...

They were lucky to get 1.

Champions?

My ar$e
They were lucky to get 1. Champions? My ar$e lambo83
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11:54pm Sat 9 Feb 13

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11:56pm Sat 9 Feb 13

saint63 says...

life is so sweet outplayed the champions ,forever hold the faith in Nc we trust, right choice happy days COYRS WTFILN
life is so sweet outplayed the champions ,forever hold the faith in Nc we trust, right choice happy days COYRS WTFILN saint63
  • Score: 0

11:58pm Sat 9 Feb 13

angus mc coatup says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
well I never,we only went and beat the
reigning champions comprehensively.

And we did It with a useless goalkeeper
two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins.

well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.
Angus, you regularly make me chuckle with your rye humour; thanks.

Where's the LIKE button and the smily face when you need them?
got to have a chuckle or two stras.

to be honest, I posted that just to have a little pop at our resident expert tactical geniuses.Forever telling us how we should do this or that. and we should have signed him or him. How we have crap players etc.

pretentiousness does my head In.

tonight showed that given the right environment and set up we can compete with anything in this division.
just a few weeks ago we had j rod as a waste of money,gaston as pretty much useless.fox as the worst player in the universe,boruc as a pantomime villain.cortese as the most reviled bloke in southampton.but we beat man city and now all Is cool.......just makes me laugh.


can we catch norwich......I think we can

COYR !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well I never,we only went and beat the reigning champions comprehensively. And we did It with a useless goalkeeper two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins. well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.[/p][/quote]Angus, you regularly make me chuckle with your rye humour; thanks. Where's the LIKE button and the smily face when you need them?[/p][/quote]got to have a chuckle or two stras. to be honest, I posted that just to have a little pop at our resident expert tactical geniuses.Forever telling us how we should do this or that. and we should have signed him or him. How we have crap players etc. pretentiousness does my head In. tonight showed that given the right environment and set up we can compete with anything in this division. just a few weeks ago we had j rod as a waste of money,gaston as pretty much useless.fox as the worst player in the universe,boruc as a pantomime villain.cortese as the most reviled bloke in southampton.but we beat man city and now all Is cool.......just makes me laugh. can we catch norwich......I think we can COYR !!!! angus mc coatup
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12:04am Sun 10 Feb 13

slugger says...

So ... Did Cortese call it right or what ?
So ... Did Cortese call it right or what ? slugger
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12:10am Sun 10 Feb 13

angus mc coatup says...

slugger wrote:
So ... Did Cortese call it right or what ?
Yes,I think adkins would have eventually got us where we want to be.
but cortese wants what he wants sooner rather than later.

hence mopo.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: So ... Did Cortese call it right or what ?[/p][/quote]Yes,I think adkins would have eventually got us where we want to be. but cortese wants what he wants sooner rather than later. hence mopo. angus mc coatup
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12:19am Sun 10 Feb 13

Norwegian Saint says...

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Jon Christos, Tenor
Ian Curtis, Joy Division, lead vocalist and lyricist
Billy Duffy, The Cult
Liam Gallagher, Oasis
Noel Gallagher, Oasis
Max George, The Wanted
Jim Glennie, James
Damon Gough, Badly Drawn Boy
Mike Joyce, The Smiths
Johnny Marr, The Smiths, guitar
Jason Orange, Take That
Reni, The Stone Roses, drummer
Mark E. Smith, The Fall, lead singer
Rick Wakeman
Andy Williams, Doves
Jez Williams, Doves
Nigel Bond, Snooker
Toby Booth, Rugby union
Liam Broady, Tennis
Shaun Edwards, Rugby league
Andy Farrell, Rugby league, Rugby union
Andrew Flintoff, Cricket
James Goddard, Swimming
Michael Gomez, Boxing
Will Greenwood, Rugby union
Ricky Hatton, Boxing
James Hickman, Swimming
Bob Willis, Cricket
Nancy Dell'Olio,
Nick Leeson, Trader, responsible for the collapse of Barings Bank
Martin Lewis, Money saving expert
Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair
Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief executive of Manchester City Council
Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council
Alan Carr,
Eddie Large,
Jason Manford,
Bernard Manning
L.S. Lowry
Amanda Barrie – Alma Halliwell in Coronation Street,
Dirk Benedict, The A-Team
Hollie-Jay Bowes – Michaela McQueen in Hollyoaks
Craig Cash – Dave Best in The Royle Family, Writer and director
Warren Clarke of Dalziel and Pascoe and various other roles
Timothy Dalton, Actor, notably played James Bond
Simon Gregson, Steve McDonald in Coronation street
Jeff Hordley, Cain Dingle in Emmerdale
Bruce Jones, Les Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street
Gerard Kearns, Ian Gallagher in Shameless.
Michelle Keegan, Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street
Archie Kelly,Kenny Senior in Phoenix Nights
Kevin Kennedy, Curly Watts in Coronation Street
Sally Lindsay, Shelley Unwin in Coronation Street
Adam Rickitt, Nick Tilsley in Coronation Street
Marsha Thomason, Lost, Las Vegas
Susan Bookbinder,Broadcast
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Ian Cheeseman, Radio sports commentator
Stuart Hall, Football commentator, It's a Knockout
Steve Penk,Radio DJ
Natalie Pike,Model
Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2 DJ
Marco Pierre White,
John Stapleton, News presenter, GMTV
Mike Wedderburn, Sky Sports presenter
Bryan Appleyard, Journalist
......
......
......
"YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELLLLLL OF A BEATING.....
A HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!"
Ryan Adams, The Cardinals, Jon Christos, Tenor Ian Curtis, Joy Division, lead vocalist and lyricist Billy Duffy, The Cult Liam Gallagher, Oasis Noel Gallagher, Oasis Max George, The Wanted Jim Glennie, James Damon Gough, Badly Drawn Boy Mike Joyce, The Smiths Johnny Marr, The Smiths, guitar Jason Orange, Take That Reni, The Stone Roses, drummer Mark E. Smith, The Fall, lead singer Rick Wakeman Andy Williams, Doves Jez Williams, Doves Nigel Bond, Snooker Toby Booth, Rugby union Liam Broady, Tennis Shaun Edwards, Rugby league Andy Farrell, Rugby league, Rugby union Andrew Flintoff, Cricket James Goddard, Swimming Michael Gomez, Boxing Will Greenwood, Rugby union Ricky Hatton, Boxing James Hickman, Swimming Bob Willis, Cricket Nancy Dell'Olio, Nick Leeson, Trader, responsible for the collapse of Barings Bank Martin Lewis, Money saving expert Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief executive of Manchester City Council Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council Alan Carr, Eddie Large, Jason Manford, Bernard Manning L.S. Lowry Amanda Barrie – Alma Halliwell in Coronation Street, Dirk Benedict, The A-Team Hollie-Jay Bowes – Michaela McQueen in Hollyoaks Craig Cash – Dave Best in The Royle Family, Writer and director Warren Clarke of Dalziel and Pascoe and various other roles Timothy Dalton, Actor, notably played James Bond Simon Gregson, Steve McDonald in Coronation street Jeff Hordley, Cain Dingle in Emmerdale Bruce Jones, Les Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street Gerard Kearns, Ian Gallagher in Shameless. Michelle Keegan, Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street Archie Kelly,Kenny Senior in Phoenix Nights Kevin Kennedy, Curly Watts in Coronation Street Sally Lindsay, Shelley Unwin in Coronation Street Adam Rickitt, Nick Tilsley in Coronation Street Marsha Thomason, Lost, Las Vegas Susan Bookbinder,Broadcast er Ian Cheeseman, Radio sports commentator Stuart Hall, Football commentator, It's a Knockout Steve Penk,Radio DJ Natalie Pike,Model Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2 DJ Marco Pierre White, John Stapleton, News presenter, GMTV Mike Wedderburn, Sky Sports presenter Bryan Appleyard, Journalist ...... ...... ...... "YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELLLLLL OF A BEATING..... A HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!" Norwegian Saint
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12:33am Sun 10 Feb 13

Simmo13 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Rickie should have got his 100th from the spot, stonewall penalty not given, in fact there should have been two. Well done anyway, maybe Newcastle will be looking down the barrel of Rickies gun.
Totally agree def two pens without doubt how they were missed will never know so well spotted most people coming away from ground saw one but I saw two defs and so did the Leeds supporter who came with me !!!!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Rickie should have got his 100th from the spot, stonewall penalty not given, in fact there should have been two. Well done anyway, maybe Newcastle will be looking down the barrel of Rickies gun.[/p][/quote]Totally agree def two pens without doubt how they were missed will never know so well spotted most people coming away from ground saw one but I saw two defs and so did the Leeds supporter who came with me !!!! Simmo13
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12:36am Sun 10 Feb 13

insane saint says...

everyone seems to be missing something ....................
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I blame fox




lol
everyone seems to be missing something .................... .................... .................... I blame fox lol insane saint
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12:38am Sun 10 Feb 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Ryan Adams, The Cardinals,
Jon Christos, Tenor
Ian Curtis, Joy Division, lead vocalist and lyricist
Billy Duffy, The Cult
Liam Gallagher, Oasis
Noel Gallagher, Oasis
Max George, The Wanted
Jim Glennie, James
Damon Gough, Badly Drawn Boy
Mike Joyce, The Smiths
Johnny Marr, The Smiths, guitar
Jason Orange, Take That
Reni, The Stone Roses, drummer
Mark E. Smith, The Fall, lead singer
Rick Wakeman
Andy Williams, Doves
Jez Williams, Doves
Nigel Bond, Snooker
Toby Booth, Rugby union
Liam Broady, Tennis
Shaun Edwards, Rugby league
Andy Farrell, Rugby league, Rugby union
Andrew Flintoff, Cricket
James Goddard, Swimming
Michael Gomez, Boxing
Will Greenwood, Rugby union
Ricky Hatton, Boxing
James Hickman, Swimming
Bob Willis, Cricket
Nancy Dell'Olio,
Nick Leeson, Trader, responsible for the collapse of Barings Bank
Martin Lewis, Money saving expert
Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair
Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief executive of Manchester City Council
Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council
Alan Carr,
Eddie Large,
Jason Manford,
Bernard Manning
L.S. Lowry
Amanda Barrie – Alma Halliwell in Coronation Street,
Dirk Benedict, The A-Team
Hollie-Jay Bowes – Michaela McQueen in Hollyoaks
Craig Cash – Dave Best in The Royle Family, Writer and director
Warren Clarke of Dalziel and Pascoe and various other roles
Timothy Dalton, Actor, notably played James Bond
Simon Gregson, Steve McDonald in Coronation street
Jeff Hordley, Cain Dingle in Emmerdale
Bruce Jones, Les Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street
Gerard Kearns, Ian Gallagher in Shameless.
Michelle Keegan, Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street
Archie Kelly,Kenny Senior in Phoenix Nights
Kevin Kennedy, Curly Watts in Coronation Street
Sally Lindsay, Shelley Unwin in Coronation Street
Adam Rickitt, Nick Tilsley in Coronation Street
Marsha Thomason, Lost, Las Vegas
Susan Bookbinder,Broadcast

er
Ian Cheeseman, Radio sports commentator
Stuart Hall, Football commentator, It's a Knockout
Steve Penk,Radio DJ
Natalie Pike,Model
Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2 DJ
Marco Pierre White,
John Stapleton, News presenter, GMTV
Mike Wedderburn, Sky Sports presenter
Bryan Appleyard, Journalist
......
......
......
"YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELLLLLL OF A BEATING.....
A HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!"
I think you have done it!
TOTAL SITE DOMINATION
Spread the word.
Saints were great.
Keep up the good work.
COYS
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Ryan Adams, The Cardinals, Jon Christos, Tenor Ian Curtis, Joy Division, lead vocalist and lyricist Billy Duffy, The Cult Liam Gallagher, Oasis Noel Gallagher, Oasis Max George, The Wanted Jim Glennie, James Damon Gough, Badly Drawn Boy Mike Joyce, The Smiths Johnny Marr, The Smiths, guitar Jason Orange, Take That Reni, The Stone Roses, drummer Mark E. Smith, The Fall, lead singer Rick Wakeman Andy Williams, Doves Jez Williams, Doves Nigel Bond, Snooker Toby Booth, Rugby union Liam Broady, Tennis Shaun Edwards, Rugby league Andy Farrell, Rugby league, Rugby union Andrew Flintoff, Cricket James Goddard, Swimming Michael Gomez, Boxing Will Greenwood, Rugby union Ricky Hatton, Boxing James Hickman, Swimming Bob Willis, Cricket Nancy Dell'Olio, Nick Leeson, Trader, responsible for the collapse of Barings Bank Martin Lewis, Money saving expert Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief executive of Manchester City Council Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council Alan Carr, Eddie Large, Jason Manford, Bernard Manning L.S. Lowry Amanda Barrie – Alma Halliwell in Coronation Street, Dirk Benedict, The A-Team Hollie-Jay Bowes – Michaela McQueen in Hollyoaks Craig Cash – Dave Best in The Royle Family, Writer and director Warren Clarke of Dalziel and Pascoe and various other roles Timothy Dalton, Actor, notably played James Bond Simon Gregson, Steve McDonald in Coronation street Jeff Hordley, Cain Dingle in Emmerdale Bruce Jones, Les Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street Gerard Kearns, Ian Gallagher in Shameless. Michelle Keegan, Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street Archie Kelly,Kenny Senior in Phoenix Nights Kevin Kennedy, Curly Watts in Coronation Street Sally Lindsay, Shelley Unwin in Coronation Street Adam Rickitt, Nick Tilsley in Coronation Street Marsha Thomason, Lost, Las Vegas Susan Bookbinder,Broadcast er Ian Cheeseman, Radio sports commentator Stuart Hall, Football commentator, It's a Knockout Steve Penk,Radio DJ Natalie Pike,Model Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2 DJ Marco Pierre White, John Stapleton, News presenter, GMTV Mike Wedderburn, Sky Sports presenter Bryan Appleyard, Journalist ...... ...... ...... "YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELLLLLL OF A BEATING..... A HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!"[/p][/quote]I think you have done it! TOTAL SITE DOMINATION Spread the word. Saints were great. Keep up the good work. COYS SFCOLDBOY
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12:44am Sun 10 Feb 13

insane saint says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Norwegian Saint wrote:
Ryan Adams, The Cardinals,
Jon Christos, Tenor
Ian Curtis, Joy Division, lead vocalist and lyricist
Billy Duffy, The Cult
Liam Gallagher, Oasis
Noel Gallagher, Oasis
Max George, The Wanted
Jim Glennie, James
Damon Gough, Badly Drawn Boy
Mike Joyce, The Smiths
Johnny Marr, The Smiths, guitar
Jason Orange, Take That
Reni, The Stone Roses, drummer
Mark E. Smith, The Fall, lead singer
Rick Wakeman
Andy Williams, Doves
Jez Williams, Doves
Nigel Bond, Snooker
Toby Booth, Rugby union
Liam Broady, Tennis
Shaun Edwards, Rugby league
Andy Farrell, Rugby league, Rugby union
Andrew Flintoff, Cricket
James Goddard, Swimming
Michael Gomez, Boxing
Will Greenwood, Rugby union
Ricky Hatton, Boxing
James Hickman, Swimming
Bob Willis, Cricket
Nancy Dell'Olio,
Nick Leeson, Trader, responsible for the collapse of Barings Bank
Martin Lewis, Money saving expert
Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair
Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief executive of Manchester City Council
Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council
Alan Carr,
Eddie Large,
Jason Manford,
Bernard Manning
L.S. Lowry
Amanda Barrie – Alma Halliwell in Coronation Street,
Dirk Benedict, The A-Team
Hollie-Jay Bowes – Michaela McQueen in Hollyoaks
Craig Cash – Dave Best in The Royle Family, Writer and director
Warren Clarke of Dalziel and Pascoe and various other roles
Timothy Dalton, Actor, notably played James Bond
Simon Gregson, Steve McDonald in Coronation street
Jeff Hordley, Cain Dingle in Emmerdale
Bruce Jones, Les Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street
Gerard Kearns, Ian Gallagher in Shameless.
Michelle Keegan, Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street
Archie Kelly,Kenny Senior in Phoenix Nights
Kevin Kennedy, Curly Watts in Coronation Street
Sally Lindsay, Shelley Unwin in Coronation Street
Adam Rickitt, Nick Tilsley in Coronation Street
Marsha Thomason, Lost, Las Vegas
Susan Bookbinder,Broadcast


er
Ian Cheeseman, Radio sports commentator
Stuart Hall, Football commentator, It's a Knockout
Steve Penk,Radio DJ
Natalie Pike,Model
Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2 DJ
Marco Pierre White,
John Stapleton, News presenter, GMTV
Mike Wedderburn, Sky Sports presenter
Bryan Appleyard, Journalist
......
......
......
"YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELLLLLL OF A BEATING.....
A HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!"
I think you have done it!
TOTAL SITE DOMINATION
Spread the word.
Saints were great.
Keep up the good work.
COYS
can you not sleep pops. still buzzing are you.

enjoy your dream and yes we did beat the champions.......
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Ryan Adams, The Cardinals, Jon Christos, Tenor Ian Curtis, Joy Division, lead vocalist and lyricist Billy Duffy, The Cult Liam Gallagher, Oasis Noel Gallagher, Oasis Max George, The Wanted Jim Glennie, James Damon Gough, Badly Drawn Boy Mike Joyce, The Smiths Johnny Marr, The Smiths, guitar Jason Orange, Take That Reni, The Stone Roses, drummer Mark E. Smith, The Fall, lead singer Rick Wakeman Andy Williams, Doves Jez Williams, Doves Nigel Bond, Snooker Toby Booth, Rugby union Liam Broady, Tennis Shaun Edwards, Rugby league Andy Farrell, Rugby league, Rugby union Andrew Flintoff, Cricket James Goddard, Swimming Michael Gomez, Boxing Will Greenwood, Rugby union Ricky Hatton, Boxing James Hickman, Swimming Bob Willis, Cricket Nancy Dell'Olio, Nick Leeson, Trader, responsible for the collapse of Barings Bank Martin Lewis, Money saving expert Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief executive of Manchester City Council Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council Alan Carr, Eddie Large, Jason Manford, Bernard Manning L.S. Lowry Amanda Barrie – Alma Halliwell in Coronation Street, Dirk Benedict, The A-Team Hollie-Jay Bowes – Michaela McQueen in Hollyoaks Craig Cash – Dave Best in The Royle Family, Writer and director Warren Clarke of Dalziel and Pascoe and various other roles Timothy Dalton, Actor, notably played James Bond Simon Gregson, Steve McDonald in Coronation street Jeff Hordley, Cain Dingle in Emmerdale Bruce Jones, Les Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street Gerard Kearns, Ian Gallagher in Shameless. Michelle Keegan, Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street Archie Kelly,Kenny Senior in Phoenix Nights Kevin Kennedy, Curly Watts in Coronation Street Sally Lindsay, Shelley Unwin in Coronation Street Adam Rickitt, Nick Tilsley in Coronation Street Marsha Thomason, Lost, Las Vegas Susan Bookbinder,Broadcast er Ian Cheeseman, Radio sports commentator Stuart Hall, Football commentator, It's a Knockout Steve Penk,Radio DJ Natalie Pike,Model Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2 DJ Marco Pierre White, John Stapleton, News presenter, GMTV Mike Wedderburn, Sky Sports presenter Bryan Appleyard, Journalist ...... ...... ...... "YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELLLLLL OF A BEATING..... A HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!"[/p][/quote]I think you have done it! TOTAL SITE DOMINATION Spread the word. Saints were great. Keep up the good work. COYS[/p][/quote]can you not sleep pops. still buzzing are you. enjoy your dream and yes we did beat the champions....... insane saint
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12:48am Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I enjoyed that.
I enjoyed that. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:51am Sun 10 Feb 13

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12:58am Sun 10 Feb 13

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child says...

St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote: Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.
I have to say, Retford, I was thinking something a little similar during the match. It crossed my mind that the best 'signing' during the window was that all of our core players remained at SMS. Holding onto them in the summer could be even harder but this squad is slowly building into genuine top six material. btw, I'm glad you didn't take your Saints shirt for a stroll down Moss Side this evening. Please send my best wishes to all M. City fans up there.
Heh. To be honest, they're fine with you running round the pub shouting "Get in you fcuking beauty" every time a goal goes in so long as they're fairly sure you're not doing it because you're a United fan. I wore a Saints scarf and spoke in a plummy southern accent to be on the safe side and lo and behold everyone shook my hand when I left. Decent fans, these City lot.
Watched it in a Pub in Poole sat with a City fan. Decent guy. for most of the game he was saying Saints deserved to win. All the neutrals in the pub (and there were a lot) were saying how Saints are a good side.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Does anyone else get the impression someone is going to come in with a massive, massive bid for Spiderman in the summer? Our number one transfer priority must be to keep him - he's genuinely world class.[/p][/quote]I have to say, Retford, I was thinking something a little similar during the match. It crossed my mind that the best 'signing' during the window was that all of our core players remained at SMS. Holding onto them in the summer could be even harder but this squad is slowly building into genuine top six material. btw, I'm glad you didn't take your Saints shirt for a stroll down Moss Side this evening. Please send my best wishes to all M. City fans up there.[/p][/quote]Heh. To be honest, they're fine with you running round the pub shouting "Get in you fcuking beauty" every time a goal goes in so long as they're fairly sure you're not doing it because you're a United fan. I wore a Saints scarf and spoke in a plummy southern accent to be on the safe side and lo and behold everyone shook my hand when I left. Decent fans, these City lot.[/p][/quote]Watched it in a Pub in Poole sat with a City fan. Decent guy. for most of the game he was saying Saints deserved to win. All the neutrals in the pub (and there were a lot) were saying how Saints are a good side. Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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12:58am Sun 10 Feb 13

insane saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I enjoyed that.
glad you did seed my bottle of whiskey has had a hell of a man city tonight.. i meant beating a hell of a beating hic.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I enjoyed that.[/p][/quote]glad you did seed my bottle of whiskey has had a hell of a man city tonight.. i meant beating a hell of a beating hic. insane saint
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1:04am Sun 10 Feb 13

cotswoldsaint says...

What a great result. Well done all involved, including the Saints fans at St Mary's who were amazing, judging from the telly. Gary Lineker did say on MOTD we are now 16 points clear of the relegation zone. If only. Still, it can only be a matter of time, can't it? COYR!
What a great result. Well done all involved, including the Saints fans at St Mary's who were amazing, judging from the telly. Gary Lineker did say on MOTD we are now 16 points clear of the relegation zone. If only. Still, it can only be a matter of time, can't it? COYR! cotswoldsaint
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1:06am Sun 10 Feb 13

saintshorse101 says...

winning 3-1 was the icing on the cake the best part was the performance. to see our saints take apart mancity in the manner they did and coming on the back of the last 3-4 games. not many teams could do what we just did.
I think we can all see how good some of our players are, spider and cork in the middle run the game and I think both could be full internationals, though cork will struggle because he plays for us.
I hope things are going on behind the scenes to get punch a new contract as he is becoming a vital part f our play.
j-rod is starting to show his worth and with a couple of more goals (hope against qpr) will get better and better.
we have 2 future English full backs.
then we have lalla, gaston, some god quality entre backs and leading the lot is SRL, what a player he has become.
we are on the up and teams are starting to fear us!
we are going to go from strength to strength and with some good additions to the squad in the summer we will be at the top half of the league fighting for at least a europa league place, and lets not forget this years fair play league!
so proud to be a saint.
COYR`s
winning 3-1 was the icing on the cake the best part was the performance. to see our saints take apart mancity in the manner they did and coming on the back of the last 3-4 games. not many teams could do what we just did. I think we can all see how good some of our players are, spider and cork in the middle run the game and I think both could be full internationals, though cork will struggle because he plays for us. I hope things are going on behind the scenes to get punch a new contract as he is becoming a vital part f our play. j-rod is starting to show his worth and with a couple of more goals (hope against qpr) will get better and better. we have 2 future English full backs. then we have lalla, gaston, some god quality entre backs and leading the lot is SRL, what a player he has become. we are on the up and teams are starting to fear us! we are going to go from strength to strength and with some good additions to the squad in the summer we will be at the top half of the league fighting for at least a europa league place, and lets not forget this years fair play league! so proud to be a saint. COYR`s saintshorse101
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1:19am Sun 10 Feb 13

st1halo says...

STID
STID st1halo
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4:09am Sun 10 Feb 13

mikesugar says...

bloody brilliant
bloody brilliant mikesugar
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7:20am Sun 10 Feb 13

mack chinnon says...

Well done Saints
Premier league status confirmed.
Onwards and upwards.
Come on Hartlepool.
Well done Saints Premier league status confirmed. Onwards and upwards. Come on Hartlepool. mack chinnon
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7:46am Sun 10 Feb 13

RedArmy1 says...

NOW .... whose going to NEWCASTLE AWAY !!!

Expecting fireworks and UP for the SAINTS WIN.

How many points have wet spam got ? - Yeah, UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO !!

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RF/ RED ARMY 2013.
FIGHT AND WIN.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
NOW .... whose going to NEWCASTLE AWAY !!! Expecting fireworks and UP for the SAINTS WIN. How many points have wet spam got ? - Yeah, UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO !! WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. RF/ RED ARMY 2013. FIGHT AND WIN. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. RedArmy1
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7:47am Sun 10 Feb 13

PTID1898 says...

PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP PTID1898
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7:57am Sun 10 Feb 13

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
Unlike you f ing skate we r here 2 stay mate . NOT going out of business FOR GOOD . its sunny in SOUTHAMPTON , foxtrott oscar SKATE
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]Unlike you f ing skate we r here 2 stay mate . NOT going out of business FOR GOOD . its sunny in SOUTHAMPTON , foxtrott oscar SKATE SPIKEISLANDTRADER
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8:07am Sun 10 Feb 13

letshaveabeer says...

Cracking. How can a portsmouth supporter have any leg to stand on at the moment in dishing sfc. Youve almost no club and no one even watches your games. So funny they feel they are still able to have a go.
Cracking. How can a portsmouth supporter have any leg to stand on at the moment in dishing sfc. Youve almost no club and no one even watches your games. So funny they feel they are still able to have a go. letshaveabeer
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8:26am Sun 10 Feb 13

Velleity says...

I know it's been said but once again lazy footy reporters are saying that our opposition underperformed.

My nephew (a Citeh) supporter was at the game and even he didn't think that - he thought we gave them no space to play. He even put the own goal down to Saints - he felt they were under so much pressure that City had started to panic.

On the subject of management, I didn't think Adkins needed to go (though I accepted it) but if this kind of performance carries on I can see the appointment of Pochettino as another inspired decision by NC.

I was pleased to hear a few rounds of "Pochettino's Red Army" in the second half.

Onwards and upwards!

Stuff the Toon then lets have a crushing goalfest against old saggy chops.

(Yesterday was all the sweeter for having a fiver on at 60-1 for a 3-1 win: sweating for most of the second half as I thought we were bound to end with 4 goals)
I know it's been said but once again lazy footy reporters are saying that our opposition underperformed. My nephew (a Citeh) supporter was at the game and even he didn't think that - he thought we gave them no space to play. He even put the own goal down to Saints - he felt they were under so much pressure that City had started to panic. On the subject of management, I didn't think Adkins needed to go (though I accepted it) but if this kind of performance carries on I can see the appointment of Pochettino as another inspired decision by NC. I was pleased to hear a few rounds of "Pochettino's Red Army" in the second half. Onwards and upwards! Stuff the Toon then lets have a crushing goalfest against old saggy chops. (Yesterday was all the sweeter for having a fiver on at 60-1 for a 3-1 win: sweating for most of the second half as I thought we were bound to end with 4 goals) Velleity
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8:30am Sun 10 Feb 13

Velleity says...

Here's an example of the laziness of the British press:

"Champions have scarcely played worse. Players so unarguably gifted have scarcely been so unarguably wretched. Time and fate may yet grant a second consecutive Premier League title to Manchester City. They may yet bridge the nine-point gap to Manchester United. But – and this much was abundantly clear – not like this. "

From the Telegraph...

Twit.
Here's an example of the laziness of the British press: "Champions have scarcely played worse. Players so unarguably gifted have scarcely been so unarguably wretched. Time and fate may yet grant a second consecutive Premier League title to Manchester City. They may yet bridge the nine-point gap to Manchester United. But – and this much was abundantly clear – not like this. " From the Telegraph... Twit. Velleity
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8:34am Sun 10 Feb 13

sk8srsinking says...

letshaveabeer wrote:
Cracking. How can a portsmouth supporter have any leg to stand on at the moment in dishing sfc. Youve almost no club and no one even watches your games. So funny they feel they are still able to have a go.
Jealously mate. Jealous that we are premier league and beating the champs, jealous that we have financial security, jealous we have our own ground and training facilities, jealous we have an outstanding academy, jealous that we don't have 2 keep going on about our history and instead looking 2 a successful future. The list could go on and on but mainly jealous cos the futures bright it's red and white!!
[quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Cracking. How can a portsmouth supporter have any leg to stand on at the moment in dishing sfc. Youve almost no club and no one even watches your games. So funny they feel they are still able to have a go.[/p][/quote]Jealously mate. Jealous that we are premier league and beating the champs, jealous that we have financial security, jealous we have our own ground and training facilities, jealous we have an outstanding academy, jealous that we don't have 2 keep going on about our history and instead looking 2 a successful future. The list could go on and on but mainly jealous cos the futures bright it's red and white!! sk8srsinking
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8:43am Sun 10 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

Awesome performance. I'm beginning to think NC just doesn't make mistakes. But then I heard he got into work last week and one of his shoelaces was undone. So he is human just like the rest of us.
Awesome performance. I'm beginning to think NC just doesn't make mistakes. But then I heard he got into work last week and one of his shoelaces was undone. So he is human just like the rest of us. Clever Dick
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8:44am Sun 10 Feb 13

Velleity says...

Award for funniest comment on the BBC report of the game has to go to: "If match fixing is suspected in the Premiership, Southamptons three goals could be worh a closer look."
Award for funniest comment on the BBC report of the game has to go to: "If match fixing is suspected in the Premiership, Southamptons three goals could be worh a closer look." Velleity
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8:53am Sun 10 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
Good name. Pathetic Tw@t Inbred Deviant. It hurts so much doesn't it. We feel your pain. Actually we're enjoying it!!!
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]Good name. Pathetic Tw@t Inbred Deviant. It hurts so much doesn't it. We feel your pain. Actually we're enjoying it!!! Clever Dick
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9:02am Sun 10 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
Well there are three things I don't want to be today 1. A Citeh fan, 2. A QPR supporter. 3. The obvious.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]Well there are three things I don't want to be today 1. A Citeh fan, 2. A QPR supporter. 3. The obvious. OSPREYSAINT
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9:05am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
NOW .... whose going to NEWCASTLE AWAY !!!

Expecting fireworks and UP for the SAINTS WIN.

How many points have wet spam got ? - Yeah, UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO !!

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RF/ RED ARMY 2013.
FIGHT AND WIN.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
Are you going, Red Army?
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: NOW .... whose going to NEWCASTLE AWAY !!! Expecting fireworks and UP for the SAINTS WIN. How many points have wet spam got ? - Yeah, UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO !! WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. RF/ RED ARMY 2013. FIGHT AND WIN. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.[/p][/quote]Are you going, Red Army? Strasbourg Saint
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9:05am Sun 10 Feb 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Velleity wrote:
Here's an example of the laziness of the British press:

"Champions have scarcely played worse. Players so unarguably gifted have scarcely been so unarguably wretched. Time and fate may yet grant a second consecutive Premier League title to Manchester City. They may yet bridge the nine-point gap to Manchester United. But – and this much was abundantly clear – not like this. "

From the Telegraph...

Twit.
The Saints have never been credited with being good.(Ad infinitum)
It has always been as your post above.
Just that small provincial club down on the south coast.
How dare they beat the reigning E.P.L. champions, whos' subs bench cost more than our total team.

Manchester City were not allowed to play end of story!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!
(sorry had a few exclamation marks spare)

Saints to a man were superior in all departments even the subs were straight at it.
Again although I have said that the team were all fantastic, I want to say that Rickie Lambert was sensational.
His game goes from strength to strength.
I defy anyone to be able to tell me who leads the line anywhere near his capability,and what a captain.
COYS.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Here's an example of the laziness of the British press: "Champions have scarcely played worse. Players so unarguably gifted have scarcely been so unarguably wretched. Time and fate may yet grant a second consecutive Premier League title to Manchester City. They may yet bridge the nine-point gap to Manchester United. But – and this much was abundantly clear – not like this. " From the Telegraph... Twit.[/p][/quote]The Saints have never been credited with being good.(Ad infinitum) It has always been as your post above. Just that small provincial club down on the south coast. How dare they beat the reigning E.P.L. champions, whos' subs bench cost more than our total team. Manchester City were not allowed to play end of story!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!! (sorry had a few exclamation marks spare) Saints to a man were superior in all departments even the subs were straight at it. Again although I have said that the team were all fantastic, I want to say that Rickie Lambert was sensational. His game goes from strength to strength. I defy anyone to be able to tell me who leads the line anywhere near his capability,and what a captain. COYS. SFCOLDBOY
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9:11am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint.

Come on Hartlepool!
Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint. Come on Hartlepool! Strasbourg Saint
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9:24am Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

sk8srsinking wrote:
letshaveabeer wrote:
Cracking. How can a portsmouth supporter have any leg to stand on at the moment in dishing sfc. Youve almost no club and no one even watches your games. So funny they feel they are still able to have a go.
Jealously mate. Jealous that we are premier league and beating the champs, jealous that we have financial security, jealous we have our own ground and training facilities, jealous we have an outstanding academy, jealous that we don't have 2 keep going on about our history and instead looking 2 a successful future. The list could go on and on but mainly jealous cos the futures bright it's red and white!!
It is not just the club they actually hate out city because for a port it's a blöödy nice place..ok we have a few 5hitty areas but the whole of portsea is a digrace and they know it.
[quote][p][bold]sk8srsinking[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Cracking. How can a portsmouth supporter have any leg to stand on at the moment in dishing sfc. Youve almost no club and no one even watches your games. So funny they feel they are still able to have a go.[/p][/quote]Jealously mate. Jealous that we are premier league and beating the champs, jealous that we have financial security, jealous we have our own ground and training facilities, jealous we have an outstanding academy, jealous that we don't have 2 keep going on about our history and instead looking 2 a successful future. The list could go on and on but mainly jealous cos the futures bright it's red and white!![/p][/quote]It is not just the club they actually hate out city because for a port it's a blöödy nice place..ok we have a few 5hitty areas but the whole of portsea is a digrace and they know it. warrens 76
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9:30am Sun 10 Feb 13

Confucious says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint.

Come on Hartlepool!
I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned.

One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint. Come on Hartlepool![/p][/quote]I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned. One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today. Confucious
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9:32am Sun 10 Feb 13

Confucious says...

Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint.

Come on Hartlepool!
I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned.

One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.
Apologies guys. Just realised I mentioned Portsmouth a lot in that post about not mentioning Portsmouth.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint. Come on Hartlepool![/p][/quote]I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned. One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.[/p][/quote]Apologies guys. Just realised I mentioned Portsmouth a lot in that post about not mentioning Portsmouth. Confucious
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9:32am Sun 10 Feb 13

2getheras1 says...

PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
What is PUP? "Provost to Unpaid Players"? I wondered how you were keeping that sham 'team' together. Skunt off Sour Grapes.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]What is PUP? "Provost to Unpaid Players"? I wondered how you were keeping that sham 'team' together. Skunt off Sour Grapes. 2getheras1
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9:38am Sun 10 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint.

Come on Hartlepool!
Oh Must we? Oh OK then. Back to the game yesterday. Fantastic all round performance. A world class save from Boruc again to keep it at 3-1. Jos and Yosh leapt like salmon to win nearly everthing in the air. Fullbacks did good and that includes Foxy. Midfield faultless. Worked their @sses off and are becoming one of the best in the div.
J-Rod and Punch put in great shifts and our captain SRL was out of this world yet again. Subs did what they had to do too. Could have won by even more if the ref. had any bottle. As someone said earlier our biggest problem next year is going to be holding on to some of these players. Hopefully they will see that something special is being built here and will stay and see it through. If any feel the pull of a bigger club I'm sure NC will be getting enormous fees for them.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint. Come on Hartlepool![/p][/quote]Oh Must we? Oh OK then. Back to the game yesterday. Fantastic all round performance. A world class save from Boruc again to keep it at 3-1. Jos and Yosh leapt like salmon to win nearly everthing in the air. Fullbacks did good and that includes Foxy. Midfield faultless. Worked their @sses off and are becoming one of the best in the div. J-Rod and Punch put in great shifts and our captain SRL was out of this world yet again. Subs did what they had to do too. Could have won by even more if the ref. had any bottle. As someone said earlier our biggest problem next year is going to be holding on to some of these players. Hopefully they will see that something special is being built here and will stay and see it through. If any feel the pull of a bigger club I'm sure NC will be getting enormous fees for them. Clever Dick
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9:52am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint.

Come on Hartlepool!
I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned.

One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.
Apologies guys. Just realised I mentioned Portsmouth a lot in that post about not mentioning Portsmouth.
I mentioned it once but I think I got away with it.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint. Come on Hartlepool![/p][/quote]I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned. One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.[/p][/quote]Apologies guys. Just realised I mentioned Portsmouth a lot in that post about not mentioning Portsmouth.[/p][/quote]I mentioned it once but I think I got away with it. Strasbourg Saint
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9:54am Sun 10 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover....

I think I "did a Portsmouth"
I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover.... I think I "did a Portsmouth" Baddesley Bill
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9:56am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Just looking back at that amazing Norgie list. I mean, Andy Williams was with The Doves? Really? I never knew that; it's just too good to be true.
Just looking back at that amazing Norgie list. I mean, Andy Williams was with The Doves? Really? I never knew that; it's just too good to be true. Strasbourg Saint
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9:59am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover....

I think I "did a Portsmouth"
No, Bill, as reckless as your actions were, it's only a 'Portsmouth' when you spend OTHER PEOPLE'S money. :)
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover.... I think I "did a Portsmouth"[/p][/quote]No, Bill, as reckless as your actions were, it's only a 'Portsmouth' when you spend OTHER PEOPLE'S money. :) Strasbourg Saint
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10:01am Sun 10 Feb 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Confucious wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint.

Come on Hartlepool!
I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned.

One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.
Apologies guys. Just realised I mentioned Portsmouth a lot in that post about not mentioning Portsmouth.
I promise I won't mention that place.

(Anyway, I prefer to call it thatgodforesakensh1t
holeatthear5eendofth
em27thattimeforgot).


RED ARMY!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint. Come on Hartlepool![/p][/quote]I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned. One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.[/p][/quote]Apologies guys. Just realised I mentioned Portsmouth a lot in that post about not mentioning Portsmouth.[/p][/quote]I promise I won't mention that place. (Anyway, I prefer to call it thatgodforesakensh1t holeatthear5eendofth em27thattimeforgot). RED ARMY!!!! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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10:04am Sun 10 Feb 13

NetleyNed says...

St Retford wrote:
Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend!
I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend![/p][/quote]I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable? NetleyNed
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10:08am Sun 10 Feb 13

scorpioeyes says...

I hope all you knockers of NC apologise,because he has proved yet again that he makes great decisions for our club.We are playing much better now than when NA was here
I hope all you knockers of NC apologise,because he has proved yet again that he makes great decisions for our club.We are playing much better now than when NA was here scorpioeyes
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10:08am Sun 10 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me...

I think it "did a Portsmouth"
I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me... I think it "did a Portsmouth" Baddesley Bill
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10:09am Sun 10 Feb 13

Dorssaints says...

Young son and I arrived early for the game and saw Luke Shaw in the car park. Without being asked he spent a couple of minutes with all the kids taking photo's and having autographs.
.
My son is over the moon, and it capped a brilliant night.
.
Thank you Luke, I am sure that it was the last thing you needed but you smiled throughout.
Young son and I arrived early for the game and saw Luke Shaw in the car park. Without being asked he spent a couple of minutes with all the kids taking photo's and having autographs. . My son is over the moon, and it capped a brilliant night. . Thank you Luke, I am sure that it was the last thing you needed but you smiled throughout. Dorssaints
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10:17am Sun 10 Feb 13

tennisaint says...

We are in DREAMLAND I said at the start of the season we would not beat any of the top 6 . I now have to eat my words. Not only beat them we outplayed them cost for our players 19.1m MCfc 199.1m money well spent is the name of the game
We are in DREAMLAND I said at the start of the season we would not beat any of the top 6 . I now have to eat my words. Not only beat them we outplayed them cost for our players 19.1m MCfc 199.1m money well spent is the name of the game tennisaint
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10:20am Sun 10 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

What a cracking team performance, we totally dominated them in all areas.
A goal keeping error finally goes in our favour .... happy days.
Hart and Barry are England internationals, Rickie is not ...... wahhhhh nice one Roy.

Toure leaning into Rodriguez ... I’ve seen penalties given for less, but to be fair to Martin Atkinson I thought he contributed to allowing a great flowing game.

If I’m picky and looking for areas for improvement which I know seems churlish, it would be our crossing into the box from the wings.
It’s hard to pick an individual out as we were immense. Our central midfield of Cork and Schneiderlin is now the envy of many prem teams. My vote for most improved player in recent games is Steven Davis who seems to be putting the shifts that I’d heard he was capable of at Rangers.

Bring on the Geordies.
What a cracking team performance, we totally dominated them in all areas. A goal keeping error finally goes in our favour .... happy days. Hart and Barry are England internationals, Rickie is not ...... wahhhhh nice one Roy. Toure leaning into Rodriguez ... I’ve seen penalties given for less, but to be fair to Martin Atkinson I thought he contributed to allowing a great flowing game. If I’m picky and looking for areas for improvement which I know seems churlish, it would be our crossing into the box from the wings. It’s hard to pick an individual out as we were immense. Our central midfield of Cork and Schneiderlin is now the envy of many prem teams. My vote for most improved player in recent games is Steven Davis who seems to be putting the shifts that I’d heard he was capable of at Rangers. Bring on the Geordies. Mush On The Beach
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10:23am Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

If the players share in NC's vision from europe to a owning a big stunning stadium ie playing in front of 45.000 a week (and playing like that we will) then we should not HAVE to lose any of the team...
If the players share in NC's vision from europe to a owning a big stunning stadium ie playing in front of 45.000 a week (and playing like that we will) then we should not HAVE to lose any of the team... warrens 76
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10:23am Sun 10 Feb 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

NetleyNed wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend!
I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable?
Lighten up Ned!

Nothing detracted from a brilliant & fully deserved victory against the Champions.

It was a light-hearted moment & prompted that now legendary chant; "Jason Puncheon, he sh1ts when he wants!"

COYR!
[quote][p][bold]NetleyNed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend![/p][/quote]I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable?[/p][/quote]Lighten up Ned! Nothing detracted from a brilliant & fully deserved victory against the Champions. It was a light-hearted moment & prompted that now legendary chant; "Jason Puncheon, he sh1ts when he wants!" COYR! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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10:23am Sun 10 Feb 13

Confucious says...

Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them.

Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us.

Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances?

Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each.

Grrrrrrr
Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them. Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us. Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances? Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each. Grrrrrrr Confucious
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10:25am Sun 10 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

scorpioeyes wrote:
I hope all you knockers of NC apologise,because he has proved yet again that he makes great decisions for our club.We are playing much better now than when NA was here
NA who's he? Only joking. He's as responsible for us being where we are today as anybody. Bet NC has a HUGE self satisfied grin on his face today though. And until he drops an almighty clanger who are we to criticise? Nobody can be right all the time but let's enjoy the ride. I think we can safely say all Saints fans quite enjoyed yesterday. And all of those fans who were never going again seem to have sold their seats on 'cos there wern't many empty ones there yesterday.
[quote][p][bold]scorpioeyes[/bold] wrote: I hope all you knockers of NC apologise,because he has proved yet again that he makes great decisions for our club.We are playing much better now than when NA was here[/p][/quote]NA who's he? Only joking. He's as responsible for us being where we are today as anybody. Bet NC has a HUGE self satisfied grin on his face today though. And until he drops an almighty clanger who are we to criticise? Nobody can be right all the time but let's enjoy the ride. I think we can safely say all Saints fans quite enjoyed yesterday. And all of those fans who were never going again seem to have sold their seats on 'cos there wern't many empty ones there yesterday. Clever Dick
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10:26am Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
NetleyNed wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend!
I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable?
Lighten up Ned!

Nothing detracted from a brilliant & fully deserved victory against the Champions.

It was a light-hearted moment & prompted that now legendary chant; "Jason Puncheon, he sh1ts when he wants!"

COYR!
I think he was joking Rob.
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NetleyNed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend![/p][/quote]I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable?[/p][/quote]Lighten up Ned! Nothing detracted from a brilliant & fully deserved victory against the Champions. It was a light-hearted moment & prompted that now legendary chant; "Jason Puncheon, he sh1ts when he wants!" COYR![/p][/quote]I think he was joking Rob. warrens 76
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10:26am Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

QUATRE
QUATRE Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:29am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Clever Dick wrote:
scorpioeyes wrote:
I hope all you knockers of NC apologise,because he has proved yet again that he makes great decisions for our club.We are playing much better now than when NA was here
NA who's he? Only joking. He's as responsible for us being where we are today as anybody. Bet NC has a HUGE self satisfied grin on his face today though. And until he drops an almighty clanger who are we to criticise? Nobody can be right all the time but let's enjoy the ride. I think we can safely say all Saints fans quite enjoyed yesterday. And all of those fans who were never going again seem to have sold their seats on 'cos there wern't many empty ones there yesterday.
Well put, CD.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scorpioeyes[/bold] wrote: I hope all you knockers of NC apologise,because he has proved yet again that he makes great decisions for our club.We are playing much better now than when NA was here[/p][/quote]NA who's he? Only joking. He's as responsible for us being where we are today as anybody. Bet NC has a HUGE self satisfied grin on his face today though. And until he drops an almighty clanger who are we to criticise? Nobody can be right all the time but let's enjoy the ride. I think we can safely say all Saints fans quite enjoyed yesterday. And all of those fans who were never going again seem to have sold their seats on 'cos there wern't many empty ones there yesterday.[/p][/quote]Well put, CD. Strasbourg Saint
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10:29am Sun 10 Feb 13

bigfella777 says...

Lambert is a menace, start him every game, play him the whole game, job done. Shame Adkins couldn't do that.
Lambert is a menace, start him every game, play him the whole game, job done. Shame Adkins couldn't do that. bigfella777
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10:32am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
QUATRE
Which sounds a bit like CAT ......



...... which, in French, is CHAT ......




...... which sounds a bit like ......





...... SHAT!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: QUATRE[/p][/quote]Which sounds a bit like CAT ...... ...... which, in French, is CHAT ...... ...... which sounds a bit like ...... ...... SHAT! Strasbourg Saint
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10:33am Sun 10 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me...

I think it "did a Portsmouth"
So it’s true that you did eat all the pies at Wigan
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me... I think it "did a Portsmouth"[/p][/quote]So it’s true that you did eat all the pies at Wigan Mush On The Beach
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10:41am Sun 10 Feb 13

Confucious says...

NetleyNed wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend!
I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable?
I couldn't disagree more. I have no doubt many parents in the stadium were delighted to see Punch's fine demonstration to youngsters of @rse wiping - which followed his recent unfortunate plight with the Turkish Foxtrot.

Many youngsters do not wipe their bottoms often or thoroughly enough. The result at best is severely skid-marked underwear requiring strong biological soap powder to remove (which is bad for the environment). At worst it can allow 'clinkers' to build up ie hard dried accumulated poo drops which hang on bottom hairs.

Over the centuries, soldiers in the field, who've had no opportunity to wash for prolonged periods have suffered from this. As Cpl Sammy Taylor of the 5th London Rifles said in his famous Ypres memoir: "It wasn't Jerry 'oo bovered us. It wasn't the whiz bangs neiver. It was the clinkers wot we dreaded."

Well done Punch - not a clinker on him!
[quote][p][bold]NetleyNed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Only just noticed Punch's goal celebration. Legend![/p][/quote]I thought it detracted from the whole evening. Are we so lacking in taste down here that we can find that acceptable?[/p][/quote]I couldn't disagree more. I have no doubt many parents in the stadium were delighted to see Punch's fine demonstration to youngsters of @rse wiping - which followed his recent unfortunate plight with the Turkish Foxtrot. Many youngsters do not wipe their bottoms often or thoroughly enough. The result at best is severely skid-marked underwear requiring strong biological soap powder to remove (which is bad for the environment). At worst it can allow 'clinkers' to build up ie hard dried accumulated poo drops which hang on bottom hairs. Over the centuries, soldiers in the field, who've had no opportunity to wash for prolonged periods have suffered from this. As Cpl Sammy Taylor of the 5th London Rifles said in his famous Ypres memoir: "It wasn't Jerry 'oo bovered us. It wasn't the whiz bangs neiver. It was the clinkers wot we dreaded." Well done Punch - not a clinker on him! Confucious
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10:47am Sun 10 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me...

I think it "did a Portsmouth"
So it’s true that you did eat all the pies at Wigan
No danger of that yesterday....they ran out again....the cupboard was bare.

The pie stall "did a Portsmouth" on me.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me... I think it "did a Portsmouth"[/p][/quote]So it’s true that you did eat all the pies at Wigan[/p][/quote]No danger of that yesterday....they ran out again....the cupboard was bare. The pie stall "did a Portsmouth" on me. Baddesley Bill
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10:48am Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint.

Come on Hartlepool!
I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned.

One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.
You'd never catch me mentioning that lot. Oh no sirree!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Please, everyone, can we ignore the skates today. It's an important and perhaps pivital week for them, they really don't need grief from us. Leave them to wallow in their own poo and be proud to be a Saint. Come on Hartlepool![/p][/quote]I agree we shouldn't mention Portsmouth today Stras...well apart from mentioning Portsmouth strictly in the context of a plea to ask everyone not to not mention Portsmouth. After all, it'd be hard to say Portsmouth should not be mentioned without actually identifying Portsmouth as the team which shouldn't be mentioned. Otherwise people would mention Portsmouth because they wouldn't know Portsmouth was the team which shouldn't be mentioned. One thing for sure Stras - you won't catch me mentioning Portsmouth today.[/p][/quote]You'd never catch me mentioning that lot. Oh no sirree! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:49am Sun 10 Feb 13

saint, says...

Confucious wrote:
Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them.

Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us.

Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances?

Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each.

Grrrrrrr
Great post, exactly what I was thinking!!!
COYR
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them. Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us. Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances? Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each. Grrrrrrr[/p][/quote]Great post, exactly what I was thinking!!! COYR saint,
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10:49am Sun 10 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me...

I think it "did a Portsmouth"
So it’s true that you did eat all the pies at Wigan
No danger of that yesterday....they ran out again....the cupboard was bare.

The pie stall "did a Portsmouth" on me.
It’s Cocktail Hour here ... skunt on the rocks, shaken and stirred by a ripe cherry .... marvellous
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me... I think it "did a Portsmouth"[/p][/quote]So it’s true that you did eat all the pies at Wigan[/p][/quote]No danger of that yesterday....they ran out again....the cupboard was bare. The pie stall "did a Portsmouth" on me.[/p][/quote]It’s Cocktail Hour here ... skunt on the rocks, shaken and stirred by a ripe cherry .... marvellous Mush On The Beach
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10:59am Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
QUATRE
Which sounds a bit like CAT ......



...... which, in French, is CHAT ......




...... which sounds a bit like ......





...... SHAT!
Now there you go again mentioning that lot down the road.

Anyway, with a week off from footie at least we get to be entertained by a court case. As far as I can see we can't lose and they can't win whatever the judge decides! Oh joy!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: QUATRE[/p][/quote]Which sounds a bit like CAT ...... ...... which, in French, is CHAT ...... ...... which sounds a bit like ...... ...... SHAT![/p][/quote]Now there you go again mentioning that lot down the road. Anyway, with a week off from footie at least we get to be entertained by a court case. As far as I can see we can't lose and they can't win whatever the judge decides! Oh joy! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:05am Sun 10 Feb 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me...

I think it "did a Portsmouth"
So you were 8uggerd as the you went down
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I broke Slugger's bar stool last night....it collapsed from under me... I think it "did a Portsmouth"[/p][/quote]So you were 8uggerd as the you went down Folkestone Saint
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11:05am Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
QUATRE
Which sounds a bit like CAT ......



...... which, in French, is CHAT ......




...... which sounds a bit like ......





...... SHAT!
They are on the mat,

what do you think of that..

all you **** skate tw*ats.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: QUATRE[/p][/quote]Which sounds a bit like CAT ...... ...... which, in French, is CHAT ...... ...... which sounds a bit like ...... ...... SHAT![/p][/quote]They are on the mat, what do you think of that.. all you **** skate tw*ats. warrens 76
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11:09am Sun 10 Feb 13

up saints says...

good all around team effort yesterday hard to pick man of match.just need to get ramirez firing on all cylinders when fit.jwp at last getting a look in.who was the tw-t who said we would be in the bottom 3 after the newcastle game
good all around team effort yesterday hard to pick man of match.just need to get ramirez firing on all cylinders when fit.jwp at last getting a look in.who was the tw-t who said we would be in the bottom 3 after the newcastle game up saints
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11:23am Sun 10 Feb 13

up saints says...

Glory Glory Man United wrote:
Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him!
morning glory glory you have changed from portsmouth to man u if man u loose today who will you support next?
[quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him![/p][/quote]morning glory glory you have changed from portsmouth to man u if man u loose today who will you support next? up saints
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11:26am Sun 10 Feb 13

Saintsteve7 says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover....

I think I "did a Portsmouth"
No, Bill, as reckless as your actions were, it's only a 'Portsmouth' when you spend OTHER PEOPLE'S money. :)
Ha ha. Like it!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover.... I think I "did a Portsmouth"[/p][/quote]No, Bill, as reckless as your actions were, it's only a 'Portsmouth' when you spend OTHER PEOPLE'S money. :)[/p][/quote]Ha ha. Like it! Saintsteve7
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11:28am Sun 10 Feb 13

CharlieGeorgesMissingFinger says...

I too will not mention Portsmouth sh#t today, but the only thing I will mention about Portsmouth sh#t is that it has all gone very quiet from the Portsmouth sh#t fans
I too will not mention Portsmouth sh#t today, but the only thing I will mention about Portsmouth sh#t is that it has all gone very quiet from the Portsmouth sh#t fans CharlieGeorgesMissingFinger
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11:31am Sun 10 Feb 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Just went out in the p1ssing rain to buy the Echo Pink.
Opened my soggie paper to re-live yesterdays fantastic display.
It only took 13 lines read before this!
Quote,
"It was a stirring display from saints against a lacklustre and frankly wretched City side who gifted them all three goals."
Echo when are you going just for once give a a true report on the game.
You always seem to put some form of negative at what seems every oportunity.
The stirring display part is right, the rest is not.
Saints created the goals by consistent pressure that prevented City's talented players to perform as other clubs have found to their dismay.
Try to give some credid,encourage people like me to again go out to buy our local sports paper that should be supporting OUR team.
Just went out in the p1ssing rain to buy the Echo Pink. Opened my soggie paper to re-live yesterdays fantastic display. It only took 13 lines read before this! Quote, "It was a stirring display from saints against a lacklustre and frankly wretched City side who gifted them all three goals." Echo when are you going just for once give a a true report on the game. You always seem to put some form of negative at what seems every oportunity. The stirring display part is right, the rest is not. Saints created the goals by consistent pressure that prevented City's talented players to perform as other clubs have found to their dismay. Try to give some credid,encourage people like me to again go out to buy our local sports paper that should be supporting OUR team. SFCOLDBOY
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11:33am Sun 10 Feb 13

MGRA says...

slugger wrote:
So ... Did Cortese call it right or what ?
there has been something added since MP has been at the helm. Four games is not a co-incidence. So I thnk the answer to your question would be YES. I have stated that dominating games is no good if that justs means you play nice football and keep loosing. But this is not the case so the new manager clearly has confidence in a longer game plan and last night showed the fruits of his efforts...
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: So ... Did Cortese call it right or what ?[/p][/quote]there has been something added since MP has been at the helm. Four games is not a co-incidence. So I thnk the answer to your question would be YES. I have stated that dominating games is no good if that justs means you play nice football and keep loosing. But this is not the case so the new manager clearly has confidence in a longer game plan and last night showed the fruits of his efforts... MGRA
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11:38am Sun 10 Feb 13

up saints says...

Saintsteve7 wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover....

I think I "did a Portsmouth"
No, Bill, as reckless as your actions were, it's only a 'Portsmouth' when you spend OTHER PEOPLE'S money. :)
Ha ha. Like it!
local pub only got 4 quid out of me only saints supporter in but a lot of neturals on our side.you cant beat 2 pound a pint chauffeur from the wife and a nice fry up when you get home
[quote][p][bold]Saintsteve7[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I spent all my money last night...and have nothing to show for it except one hell of a hangover.... I think I "did a Portsmouth"[/p][/quote]No, Bill, as reckless as your actions were, it's only a 'Portsmouth' when you spend OTHER PEOPLE'S money. :)[/p][/quote]Ha ha. Like it![/p][/quote]local pub only got 4 quid out of me only saints supporter in but a lot of neturals on our side.you cant beat 2 pound a pint chauffeur from the wife and a nice fry up when you get home up saints
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11:39am Sun 10 Feb 13

Velleity says...

I did like MP's comment - something along the lines of "we look like we're running harder but we're not; we're just running in the right direction".
I did like MP's comment - something along the lines of "we look like we're running harder but we're not; we're just running in the right direction". Velleity
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11:41am Sun 10 Feb 13

st mike says...

Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.
Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case. st mike
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11:43am Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

up saints wrote:
Glory Glory Man United wrote:
Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him!
morning glory glory you have changed from portsmouth to man u if man u loose today who will you support next?
What is so ironic is that only pmuff would have the cheek to pick on our atmosphere..which was LOUD yesterday...no mufco fan would do it because Old Trafford is the theatre of dreams because everyone IS asleep.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him![/p][/quote]morning glory glory you have changed from portsmouth to man u if man u loose today who will you support next?[/p][/quote]What is so ironic is that only pmuff would have the cheek to pick on our atmosphere..which was LOUD yesterday...no mufco fan would do it because Old Trafford is the theatre of dreams because everyone IS asleep. warrens 76
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11:43am Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Yesterday has been coming for sometime. Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Man U, Wigan all games in which we showed what we were capable of, sometimes for prolonged periods, but didn't quite get it over the line. Yes a little luck yesterday with the Hart fumble and the own goal but thoroughly deserved.

In the past we lost players to others because they were a standout individual in a group of journeymen. As this progresses the team will see that it's a whole and will continue to improve so why go elsewhere?
Yesterday has been coming for sometime. Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Man U, Wigan all games in which we showed what we were capable of, sometimes for prolonged periods, but didn't quite get it over the line. Yes a little luck yesterday with the Hart fumble and the own goal but thoroughly deserved. In the past we lost players to others because they were a standout individual in a group of journeymen. As this progresses the team will see that it's a whole and will continue to improve so why go elsewhere? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:52am Sun 10 Feb 13

summercat says...

Still buzzing. It would have been the perfect game if Rickie had scored his ton. And one day, just one day, the sports pundits will wake up and realise what a GREAT team Saints are, and that it doesn't take money, power and old reputation to be so!
Still buzzing. It would have been the perfect game if Rickie had scored his ton. And one day, just one day, the sports pundits will wake up and realise what a GREAT team Saints are, and that it doesn't take money, power and old reputation to be so! summercat
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11:54am Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

st mike wrote:
Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.
It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting.

I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance.
[quote][p][bold]st mike[/bold] wrote: Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.[/p][/quote]It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting. I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance. Strasbourg Saint
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11:56am Sun 10 Feb 13

promised land says...

Glory Glory Man United wrote:
Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him!
Oh dear you do have a problem in your life, but I understand you being a skate wanting to escape reality, taking on another personality. It's called "escapism". ......LLLLLLLDDDLLLL
LLLLL(L) the end of pFC.......FACT !
[quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him![/p][/quote]Oh dear you do have a problem in your life, but I understand you being a skate wanting to escape reality, taking on another personality. It's called "escapism". ......LLLLLLLDDDLLLL LLLLL(L) the end of pFC.......FACT ! promised land
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11:58am Sun 10 Feb 13

St.Yorkie says...

I think the biggest difference in our game is whilst we still pass it about across the back - we aren't afraid to hoof it forward with a long ball over the top.
The main reason it is more successful is we are all playing much further up the pitch. Lambert is so good at winning the ball, holding it up or flicking it on - it's not a dead end ball. It used to be because there was never anyone on the end of it!
Mix it up - and far less predictable. Not that many teams have time to suss us out - it's easy to have a game plan, but you need fitness and energy to play against us. I don't think many teams have the energy to last 90-mins at that sort of pace.
Looking back you can see why Cortese lost patience with Adkins. Our Nige wanted to control the game and play out from the back. It was all very pretty and predictable, but got us out of The Championship. The players seem to have a new lease of life under a new Manager. Davis really seems to stepped up to the mark.
To think we still have Shaw, Fonte, Ramirez and a fully fit Lallana to try and fit in - the future really does look bright.
My only concern is Rickie - could we cope without his presence for a prolonged injury? Rodrigues seems to have started to show the potential which we saw when we invested in him - but he's not Rickie!
It's a bit of a mouthful but...
Po-chet-tino's Red & White Army!
I think the biggest difference in our game is whilst we still pass it about across the back - we aren't afraid to hoof it forward with a long ball over the top. The main reason it is more successful is we are all playing much further up the pitch. Lambert is so good at winning the ball, holding it up or flicking it on - it's not a dead end ball. It used to be because there was never anyone on the end of it! Mix it up - and far less predictable. Not that many teams have time to suss us out - it's easy to have a game plan, but you need fitness and energy to play against us. I don't think many teams have the energy to last 90-mins at that sort of pace. Looking back you can see why Cortese lost patience with Adkins. Our Nige wanted to control the game and play out from the back. It was all very pretty and predictable, but got us out of The Championship. The players seem to have a new lease of life under a new Manager. Davis really seems to stepped up to the mark. To think we still have Shaw, Fonte, Ramirez and a fully fit Lallana to try and fit in - the future really does look bright. My only concern is Rickie - could we cope without his presence for a prolonged injury? Rodrigues seems to have started to show the potential which we saw when we invested in him - but he's not Rickie! It's a bit of a mouthful but... Po-chet-tino's Red & White Army! St.Yorkie
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12:01pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Can't get "match of the day" here but was Lawro on it?

The last 8 (eight) predictions he has put us to lose...
Seven of those times he has been wrong! (the one he got right was us to get stuffed at Man U)

Would love to know what he said!
Can't get "match of the day" here but was Lawro on it? The last 8 (eight) predictions he has put us to lose... Seven of those times he has been wrong! (the one he got right was us to get stuffed at Man U) Would love to know what he said! Norwegian Saint
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12:03pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st mike wrote:
Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.
It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting.

I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance.
Conspiracy theories aside how many stonewall penalties is it now?

I like the non complaining sporting ethos NA bough to the club...but I cannot help feel that if we engaged in the proffessional hysterionics of the big few a lot more decisions would go our way...

Fergiemancini time 5 minutes for what..yet at mufco other night ref and SAF could not wait to get the game over...

..or City committed a foul a minute for the first 7 minutes no bookings yet RL booked for a nothing challenge..

2 penalties not given last night...yes all football clubs feel hard done by...

Motd should have a wrong decision board involving penalties given wrongly and vice versa..

...major incidents that are wrong should also be listed..we have every other stat under the sun...I guarantee at the end of the season it would make very interesting reading.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st mike[/bold] wrote: Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.[/p][/quote]It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting. I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance.[/p][/quote]Conspiracy theories aside how many stonewall penalties is it now? I like the non complaining sporting ethos NA bough to the club...but I cannot help feel that if we engaged in the proffessional hysterionics of the big few a lot more decisions would go our way... Fergiemancini time 5 minutes for what..yet at mufco other night ref and SAF could not wait to get the game over... ..or City committed a foul a minute for the first 7 minutes no bookings yet RL booked for a nothing challenge.. 2 penalties not given last night...yes all football clubs feel hard done by... Motd should have a wrong decision board involving penalties given wrongly and vice versa.. ...major incidents that are wrong should also be listed..we have every other stat under the sun...I guarantee at the end of the season it would make very interesting reading. warrens 76
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12:15pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st mike wrote:
Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.
It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting.

I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance.
Conspiracy theories aside how many stonewall penalties is it now?

I like the non complaining sporting ethos NA bough to the club...but I cannot help feel that if we engaged in the proffessional hysterionics of the big few a lot more decisions would go our way...

Fergiemancini time 5 minutes for what..yet at mufco other night ref and SAF could not wait to get the game over...

..or City committed a foul a minute for the first 7 minutes no bookings yet RL booked for a nothing challenge..

2 penalties not given last night...yes all football clubs feel hard done by...

Motd should have a wrong decision board involving penalties given wrongly and vice versa..

...major incidents that are wrong should also be listed..we have every other stat under the sun...I guarantee at the end of the season it would make very interesting reading.
Spot on. What if MotD became a bit less stuffy & a bit more Top Gear? It would be more a parody of the type of people we have on here? There would be room for Tebourba or MGRA (James May), Bill or Retford (Richard Hammond) and Seed (a bit obvious, no?)

They could score the refs and have an 'alternative table' based on how matches would have gone had the refs not bottled it.

They could even have a special 'clubs in crisis' section, listing teams who have lost, say, 8 or 9 matches on the trot.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st mike[/bold] wrote: Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.[/p][/quote]It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting. I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance.[/p][/quote]Conspiracy theories aside how many stonewall penalties is it now? I like the non complaining sporting ethos NA bough to the club...but I cannot help feel that if we engaged in the proffessional hysterionics of the big few a lot more decisions would go our way... Fergiemancini time 5 minutes for what..yet at mufco other night ref and SAF could not wait to get the game over... ..or City committed a foul a minute for the first 7 minutes no bookings yet RL booked for a nothing challenge.. 2 penalties not given last night...yes all football clubs feel hard done by... Motd should have a wrong decision board involving penalties given wrongly and vice versa.. ...major incidents that are wrong should also be listed..we have every other stat under the sun...I guarantee at the end of the season it would make very interesting reading.[/p][/quote]Spot on. What if MotD became a bit less stuffy & a bit more Top Gear? It would be more a parody of the type of people we have on here? There would be room for Tebourba or MGRA (James May), Bill or Retford (Richard Hammond) and Seed (a bit obvious, no?) They could score the refs and have an 'alternative table' based on how matches would have gone had the refs not bottled it. They could even have a special 'clubs in crisis' section, listing teams who have lost, say, 8 or 9 matches on the trot. Strasbourg Saint
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12:18pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Can't get "match of the day" here but was Lawro on it?

The last 8 (eight) predictions he has put us to lose...
Seven of those times he has been wrong! (the one he got right was us to get stuffed at Man U)

Would love to know what he said!
Norgie, try this:

http://www.footytube
.com/leagues/england
/premiership/

Apparently, Man City took a hell of a beating!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Typical disorganised teacher, I found these between my pile of question marks and commas)
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Can't get "match of the day" here but was Lawro on it? The last 8 (eight) predictions he has put us to lose... Seven of those times he has been wrong! (the one he got right was us to get stuffed at Man U) Would love to know what he said![/p][/quote]Norgie, try this: http://www.footytube .com/leagues/england /premiership/ Apparently, Man City took a hell of a beating!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Typical disorganised teacher, I found these between my pile of question marks and commas) Strasbourg Saint
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12:24pm Sun 10 Feb 13

David Crook says...

Wow what a performance,as I have alway's said we had to step up to the next level,and boy did we do that.We should fear no one in this league now.
Well done Saints.
Wow what a performance,as I have alway's said we had to step up to the next level,and boy did we do that.We should fear no one in this league now. Well done Saints. David Crook
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12:26pm Sun 10 Feb 13

El Santo says...

I hope they can keep up this pace. If they do, we are not only safe, we might even do something really unexpected this season!
I hope they can keep up this pace. If they do, we are not only safe, we might even do something really unexpected this season! El Santo
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12:26pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

I thought that Italian Bobby leaving Milner out from the start yesterday was proof that he is a clumsy tinker man, he’s been their form player the last few weeks. He says they only have a 10% chance of winning the league now, I’d suggest he only has a 10% chance of keeping his job.

I have a sneaky feeling on the manager merry go round at end of season:
Mourhino to Citeh, Laudrup to Madrid, Nigel to Swansea.
I thought that Italian Bobby leaving Milner out from the start yesterday was proof that he is a clumsy tinker man, he’s been their form player the last few weeks. He says they only have a 10% chance of winning the league now, I’d suggest he only has a 10% chance of keeping his job. I have a sneaky feeling on the manager merry go round at end of season: Mourhino to Citeh, Laudrup to Madrid, Nigel to Swansea. Mush On The Beach
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12:37pm Sun 10 Feb 13

st1halo says...

PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
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STID
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]E-BAY ITEM NO: RIP1898-2013 FOR SALE DESCRIPTION; Pompey Open top bus for sale, several dodgy owners. CONDITION; vgc, hardly used but has irremovable fishy smell. REASON FOR SALE; No longer required Current status = No bids ADDITIONAL INFO: Serious bidders only , will throw in football club for cash buyers. HAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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12:39pm Sun 10 Feb 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Off topic but relevent about Saints history.
The echo pink has been made aware of the first trophy ever won by our club.
It came to light in a cupboard in the Oasis Academy Mayfield.
I recall as a child I also saw this trophy everyday in the school's trophy cabinet in the corridor.
Always amazed me that it didn't get nicked, cos it easily, could have.
I was led to believe that it was given to our school (then Weston Park Boys) by the Saints.
I think it was because there had been strong conections with Woolston school, which was later,just a year or so before my time, to split the school when Weston Park opened.
Alec Perkins was one of the teachers there and he was the main man for the Southampton Boys team for years.
A hard man but always fair.

I wonder if any of the posters on here remember our "stone picking" we had to do when we were in the sh1t?

To the unitiated this was to get a big bucket and spend about an hour after school filling it with stones from our third pitch, that we knicknamed WEMBLY.
There was more stones on it than Weston Shore.
Happy memories.
COYS
Off topic but relevent about Saints history. The echo pink has been made aware of the first trophy ever won by our club. It came to light in a cupboard in the Oasis Academy Mayfield. I recall as a child I also saw this trophy everyday in the school's trophy cabinet in the corridor. Always amazed me that it didn't get nicked, cos it easily, could have. I was led to believe that it was given to our school (then Weston Park Boys) by the Saints. I think it was because there had been strong conections with Woolston school, which was later,just a year or so before my time, to split the school when Weston Park opened. Alec Perkins was one of the teachers there and he was the main man for the Southampton Boys team for years. A hard man but always fair. I wonder if any of the posters on here remember our "stone picking" we had to do when we were in the sh1t? To the unitiated this was to get a big bucket and spend about an hour after school filling it with stones from our third pitch, that we knicknamed WEMBLY. There was more stones on it than Weston Shore. Happy memories. COYS SFCOLDBOY
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12:46pm Sun 10 Feb 13

promised land says...

st1halo wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
E-BAY ITEM NO: RIP1898-2013

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DESCRIPTION; Pompey Open top bus for sale, several dodgy owners.

CONDITION; vgc, hardly used but has irremovable fishy smell.

REASON FOR SALE; No longer required

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ADDITIONAL INFO: Serious bidders only , will throw in football club for cash buyers.




HAHAHAHA


STID
Similar to that, pFC ground when sold to Tesco. The area will need decontamination,
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]E-BAY ITEM NO: RIP1898-2013 FOR SALE DESCRIPTION; Pompey Open top bus for sale, several dodgy owners. CONDITION; vgc, hardly used but has irremovable fishy smell. REASON FOR SALE; No longer required Current status = No bids ADDITIONAL INFO: Serious bidders only , will throw in football club for cash buyers. HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Similar to that, pFC ground when sold to Tesco. The area will need decontamination, promised land
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12:51pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Oldfan says...

Just keep going. Staying in the division will be as major a success as either promotion. We must not forget NA had got us into a position where we had a chance of doing that and the results recently have to be viewed, more or less but in certainly in somepart, as a continuation of that progress.

The whole team effort is to be praised. But it has to be said Yosida and Clyne have both been excellent signings and Hooiveld and Fox have both risen to the challenge after a dubious start. The improvement since Cork has returned is beyond coincidence and it is a shame he lacks the ability to finish. As for Lambert just how good was he last night? He has brought a new definition to holding up the ball and I thought some of his passing was sublime

All in all just great.
Just keep going. Staying in the division will be as major a success as either promotion. We must not forget NA had got us into a position where we had a chance of doing that and the results recently have to be viewed, more or less but in certainly in somepart, as a continuation of that progress. The whole team effort is to be praised. But it has to be said Yosida and Clyne have both been excellent signings and Hooiveld and Fox have both risen to the challenge after a dubious start. The improvement since Cork has returned is beyond coincidence and it is a shame he lacks the ability to finish. As for Lambert just how good was he last night? He has brought a new definition to holding up the ball and I thought some of his passing was sublime All in all just great. Oldfan
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12:54pm Sun 10 Feb 13

st bevois says...

Confucious wrote:
Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them.

Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us.

Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances?

Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each.

Grrrrrrr
The funniest bit on MOTD was when Lawrenson admitted that we were "good" (only!!!!!!) with the biggest sour-puss face, after Shearer was in rapture about how well we played against City and in the previous matches. Just his normal face then, I swear that's a Spitting Image puppet sat on that sofa!!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them. Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us. Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances? Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each. Grrrrrrr[/p][/quote]The funniest bit on MOTD was when Lawrenson admitted that we were "good" (only!!!!!!) with the biggest sour-puss face, after Shearer was in rapture about how well we played against City and in the previous matches. Just his normal face then, I swear that's a Spitting Image puppet sat on that sofa!! st bevois
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12:55pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

promised land wrote:
st1halo wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
E-BAY ITEM NO: RIP1898-2013

FOR SALE

DESCRIPTION; Pompey Open top bus for sale, several dodgy owners.

CONDITION; vgc, hardly used but has irremovable fishy smell.

REASON FOR SALE; No longer required

Current status = No bids

ADDITIONAL INFO: Serious bidders only , will throw in football club for cash buyers.




HAHAHAHA


STID
Similar to that, pFC ground when sold to Tesco. The area will need decontamination,
Tescos cannot afford to decontaminate Fratton Pk it would cost more than Sellafield...absolut
e tip...like all of portsea..

....Indeed can anyone I mean anyone explain how pmuff even ended up on the south coast...

...from Brighton to Plymouth the south is a very nice place, sure we all have unsalubrious areas..but ALL of pmuff is disgusting...how did Preston or Hull end up on the south coast..
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]E-BAY ITEM NO: RIP1898-2013 FOR SALE DESCRIPTION; Pompey Open top bus for sale, several dodgy owners. CONDITION; vgc, hardly used but has irremovable fishy smell. REASON FOR SALE; No longer required Current status = No bids ADDITIONAL INFO: Serious bidders only , will throw in football club for cash buyers. HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Similar to that, pFC ground when sold to Tesco. The area will need decontamination,[/p][/quote]Tescos cannot afford to decontaminate Fratton Pk it would cost more than Sellafield...absolut e tip...like all of portsea.. ....Indeed can anyone I mean anyone explain how pmuff even ended up on the south coast... ...from Brighton to Plymouth the south is a very nice place, sure we all have unsalubrious areas..but ALL of pmuff is disgusting...how did Preston or Hull end up on the south coast.. warrens 76
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12:56pm Sun 10 Feb 13

st1halo says...

Confucious wrote:
Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them.

Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us.

Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances?

Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each.

Grrrrrrr
It will probably always be this way as far as the media are concerned. I usually scour different threads to find out what footie fans in general think and most see things as they are and are not fooled.
Here is my favourite from last night:

alex says
Southampton: everyone's new favourite team.

Many on here talk of NA, NC, MoPo, how are reputation has been dragged through the mud, all sorts of criticism, but they should listen to what NC said - He wants Saints fans NOT to concentrate on the individuals, but the whole club.

Ultimately, it is our football that will do the talking! Great times await!


STID
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them. Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us. Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances? Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each. Grrrrrrr[/p][/quote]It will probably always be this way as far as the media are concerned. I usually scour different threads to find out what footie fans in general think and most see things as they are and are not fooled. Here is my favourite from last night: alex says Southampton: everyone's new favourite team. Many on here talk of NA, NC, MoPo, how are reputation has been dragged through the mud, all sorts of criticism, but they should listen to what NC said - He wants Saints fans NOT to concentrate on the individuals, but the whole club. Ultimately, it is our football that will do the talking! Great times await! STID st1halo
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1:01pm Sun 10 Feb 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

summercat wrote:
Still buzzing. It would have been the perfect game if Rickie had scored his ton. And one day, just one day, the sports pundits will wake up and realise what a GREAT team Saints are, and that it doesn't take money, power and old reputation to be so!
great display yesterday from the team to the management and the fans......AWESOME!!!
!! just a point on SRL although he never scored yesterday it is nailed on that he will get number 100 at Frenchcastle against the manager that brought him here.......you heard it here first so any of you that don't have money on this will only have yourselves to blame......
[quote][p][bold]summercat[/bold] wrote: Still buzzing. It would have been the perfect game if Rickie had scored his ton. And one day, just one day, the sports pundits will wake up and realise what a GREAT team Saints are, and that it doesn't take money, power and old reputation to be so![/p][/quote]great display yesterday from the team to the management and the fans......AWESOME!!! !! just a point on SRL although he never scored yesterday it is nailed on that he will get number 100 at Frenchcastle against the manager that brought him here.......you heard it here first so any of you that don't have money on this will only have yourselves to blame...... SAINTStevie61163
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1:04pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:04pm Sun 10 Feb 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Can't get "match of the day" here but was Lawro on it?

The last 8 (eight) predictions he has put us to lose...
Seven of those times he has been wrong! (the one he got right was us to get stuffed at Man U)

Would love to know what he said!
hahaha!!! he never had a lot to say for himself what aTWAT!!!! but Shearer was absolutely waxing lyrical about the Super Saints!!!! Awesome just AWESOME!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Can't get "match of the day" here but was Lawro on it? The last 8 (eight) predictions he has put us to lose... Seven of those times he has been wrong! (the one he got right was us to get stuffed at Man U) Would love to know what he said![/p][/quote]hahaha!!! he never had a lot to say for himself what aTWAT!!!! but Shearer was absolutely waxing lyrical about the Super Saints!!!! Awesome just AWESOME!!!! SAINTStevie61163
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1:04pm Sun 10 Feb 13

MGRA says...

st1halo wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them.

Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us.

Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances?

Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each.

Grrrrrrr
It will probably always be this way as far as the media are concerned. I usually scour different threads to find out what footie fans in general think and most see things as they are and are not fooled.
Here is my favourite from last night:

alex says
Southampton: everyone's new favourite team.

Many on here talk of NA, NC, MoPo, how are reputation has been dragged through the mud, all sorts of criticism, but they should listen to what NC said - He wants Saints fans NOT to concentrate on the individuals, but the whole club.

Ultimately, it is our football that will do the talking! Great times await!


STID
dragging a club's reputation through the mud and cleverly building a Premier Squad that can stay and compete in the league for years to come are not mutually exclusive events.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Admittedly it was after he'd got 3 points, but at least Fergie said we were the best team second half they've played at Old Trafford this season. We did get due credit on Match of the Day, but the media coverage today is all about how awful Citeh played. And before that of course it was how badly Stoke played, how badly Arsenal played; how poor Everton were and how abysmally Chelsea performed - after we took points off the whole lot of them. Amazingly lucky aren't we? Just keep catching all these sides when they are cr@p. They all have an off day against us. Just shows how shallow the media analysis really is. Does it not occur to them that the real common denominator in all this is Saints strong performances? Mauricio put it well when he said it's "like tennis". Mistakes are forced. It's not just luck after five sets - and not just luck after five matches of 90 minutes each. Grrrrrrr[/p][/quote]It will probably always be this way as far as the media are concerned. I usually scour different threads to find out what footie fans in general think and most see things as they are and are not fooled. Here is my favourite from last night: alex says Southampton: everyone's new favourite team. Many on here talk of NA, NC, MoPo, how are reputation has been dragged through the mud, all sorts of criticism, but they should listen to what NC said - He wants Saints fans NOT to concentrate on the individuals, but the whole club. Ultimately, it is our football that will do the talking! Great times await! STID[/p][/quote]dragging a club's reputation through the mud and cleverly building a Premier Squad that can stay and compete in the league for years to come are not mutually exclusive events. MGRA
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1:04pm Sun 10 Feb 13

David Crook says...

Come on Roy,open your eyes,Ricki Lambert the best all round striker in the Country,why is he not in your England Squad.
Come on Roy,open your eyes,Ricki Lambert the best all round striker in the Country,why is he not in your England Squad. David Crook
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1:05pm Sun 10 Feb 13

st bevois says...

Glory Glory Man United wrote:
Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him!
The Library was in the Away section (if you were there...............
.!!! Fair play to them, they woke up for the last 15 mins when they realised it wasn't to be their day. I remember being about 5 yards away from the Manure fans mumbling and grumbling when they were 2-1 down and then "let's sing now we are winning!" But you aren't either of them are you..............!!!
!
[quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him![/p][/quote]The Library was in the Away section (if you were there............... .!!! Fair play to them, they woke up for the last 15 mins when they realised it wasn't to be their day. I remember being about 5 yards away from the Manure fans mumbling and grumbling when they were 2-1 down and then "let's sing now we are winning!" But you aren't either of them are you..............!!! ! st bevois
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1:11pm Sun 10 Feb 13

MGRA says...

well said Iain Dowie " Southampton were the better side and deserved to win, they were the better side in the first half"
well said Iain Dowie " Southampton were the better side and deserved to win, they were the better side in the first half" MGRA
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1:14pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

st bevois wrote:
Glory Glory Man United wrote:
Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him!
The Library was in the Away section (if you were there...............

.!!! Fair play to them, they woke up for the last 15 mins when they realised it wasn't to be their day. I remember being about 5 yards away from the Manure fans mumbling and grumbling when they were 2-1 down and then "let's sing now we are winning!" But you aren't either of them are you..............!!!

!
"mumbling and grumbling" priceless..

...moaning and groaning...

..whingeing and whineing..

..grizzling and crying..

...but enough about pmuff..
[quote][p][bold]st bevois[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: Congratulations! You deserved the result don't listen to Mancini. Our kid forgot his ticket for the match but luckily he had his library card on him![/p][/quote]The Library was in the Away section (if you were there............... .!!! Fair play to them, they woke up for the last 15 mins when they realised it wasn't to be their day. I remember being about 5 yards away from the Manure fans mumbling and grumbling when they were 2-1 down and then "let's sing now we are winning!" But you aren't either of them are you..............!!! ![/p][/quote]"mumbling and grumbling" priceless.. ...moaning and groaning... ..whingeing and whineing.. ..grizzling and crying.. ...but enough about pmuff.. warrens 76
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1:16pm Sun 10 Feb 13

st bevois says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st mike wrote:
Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.
It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting.

I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance.
Conspiracy theories aside how many stonewall penalties is it now?

I like the non complaining sporting ethos NA bough to the club...but I cannot help feel that if we engaged in the proffessional hysterionics of the big few a lot more decisions would go our way...

Fergiemancini time 5 minutes for what..yet at mufco other night ref and SAF could not wait to get the game over...

..or City committed a foul a minute for the first 7 minutes no bookings yet RL booked for a nothing challenge..

2 penalties not given last night...yes all football clubs feel hard done by...

Motd should have a wrong decision board involving penalties given wrongly and vice versa..

...major incidents that are wrong should also be listed..we have every other stat under the sun...I guarantee at the end of the season it would make very interesting reading.
Spot on. What if MotD became a bit less stuffy & a bit more Top Gear? It would be more a parody of the type of people we have on here? There would be room for Tebourba or MGRA (James May), Bill or Retford (Richard Hammond) and Seed (a bit obvious, no?)

They could score the refs and have an 'alternative table' based on how matches would have gone had the refs not bottled it.

They could even have a special 'clubs in crisis' section, listing teams who have lost, say, 8 or 9 matches on the trot.
Well MOTD2 is already moving away from that by bringing in Mark Chapman to replace Colin Murray next season. Apparantly the likes of Shearer and Hansen want more time on MOTD 2 due to the nature of the bigger matches being played on a Sunday and they don't like Murray's up front approach and criticism of players. MOTD 2 have already lost Lee Dixon who imo was the most upfront former player who was quite willing to criticise players and gave some of the best performance analyst. So unfortunately you are not going to get that from the Beeb - just B for Boring!!!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st mike[/bold] wrote: Awesome Saints performance against Man City, and very proud to be a Saints fan. But we didn't just beat Man City, not for the first time the referee was playing against us too. Take the Jay Rodriguez stonewall penalty we didn't get, we all know that if Jay had been wearing a city shirt, it would have been a penalty. Fact! Referees are 60/40 biased in favor of the big clubs, I've watched 4 or 5 matches at St Mary's this year where this has clearly been the case.[/p][/quote]It's becoming harder and harder to argue against this. It may sound like sour grapes at times but those useless armchair MotD guys could do their image a world of good by watching EVERY prem match this year and scoring how many key decisions (not just pens) go for and against each team. As long as they do it in a fair way, the results would be very interesting. I honestly don't think any ref in the prem (and I hope I'm right) is being paid off and I would be surprised if they go into games thinking they MUST favour the big boys, but something happens to their thinking when the moment arises. Something along the lines of the French speed cop who sees a youngster race past in his new Subaru followed by Sebastian Loeb going still faster in his Rally Citroen. Who's the cop going to bust? The national hero or some unknown? Unless the cop's a total jerk who has a death wish, he's going to single out the easy target and let Loeb disappear into the distance.[/p][/quote]Conspiracy theories aside how many stonewall penalties is it now? I like the non complaining sporting ethos NA bough to the club...but I cannot help feel that if we engaged in the proffessional hysterionics of the big few a lot more decisions would go our way... Fergiemancini time 5 minutes for what..yet at mufco other night ref and SAF could not wait to get the game over... ..or City committed a foul a minute for the first 7 minutes no bookings yet RL booked for a nothing challenge.. 2 penalties not given last night...yes all football clubs feel hard done by... Motd should have a wrong decision board involving penalties given wrongly and vice versa.. ...major incidents that are wrong should also be listed..we have every other stat under the sun...I guarantee at the end of the season it would make very interesting reading.[/p][/quote]Spot on. What if MotD became a bit less stuffy & a bit more Top Gear? It would be more a parody of the type of people we have on here? There would be room for Tebourba or MGRA (James May), Bill or Retford (Richard Hammond) and Seed (a bit obvious, no?) They could score the refs and have an 'alternative table' based on how matches would have gone had the refs not bottled it. They could even have a special 'clubs in crisis' section, listing teams who have lost, say, 8 or 9 matches on the trot.[/p][/quote]Well MOTD2 is already moving away from that by bringing in Mark Chapman to replace Colin Murray next season. Apparantly the likes of Shearer and Hansen want more time on MOTD 2 due to the nature of the bigger matches being played on a Sunday and they don't like Murray's up front approach and criticism of players. MOTD 2 have already lost Lee Dixon who imo was the most upfront former player who was quite willing to criticise players and gave some of the best performance analyst. So unfortunately you are not going to get that from the Beeb - just B for Boring!!! st bevois
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1:16pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

David Crook wrote:
Come on Roy,open your eyes,Ricki Lambert the best all round striker in the Country,why is he not in your England Squad.
He deserves it ..but only when we have a back up pleeese...selfish i know.
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: Come on Roy,open your eyes,Ricki Lambert the best all round striker in the Country,why is he not in your England Squad.[/p][/quote]He deserves it ..but only when we have a back up pleeese...selfish i know. warrens 76
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1:17pm Sun 10 Feb 13

dadofmy3sons says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
well I never,we only went and beat the
reigning champions comprehensively.

And we did It with a useless goalkeeper
two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins.

well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.
Angus, you regularly make me chuckle with your rye humour; thanks.

Where's the LIKE button and the smily face when you need them?
and don't forget the empty library atmosphere!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well I never,we only went and beat the reigning champions comprehensively. And we did It with a useless goalkeeper two poor central defenders,a useless left back.fonte injured,shaw injured ramirez gone awol. And a manager who can't speak english. all that plus a chairman who alienates everyone including the fans.and that after sacking a very popular man in mr adkins. well somebody's got It wrong somewhere.where on earth did all go wrong I keep asking myself.[/p][/quote]Angus, you regularly make me chuckle with your rye humour; thanks. Where's the LIKE button and the smily face when you need them?[/p][/quote]and don't forget the empty library atmosphere! dadofmy3sons
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1:17pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Confucious says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Yesterday has been coming for sometime. Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Man U, Wigan all games in which we showed what we were capable of, sometimes for prolonged periods, but didn't quite get it over the line. Yes a little luck yesterday with the Hart fumble and the own goal but thoroughly deserved.

In the past we lost players to others because they were a standout individual in a group of journeymen. As this progresses the team will see that it's a whole and will continue to improve so why go elsewhere?
Interesting also that just as the start of our season was largely up against the top teams, so has the start of the second half of the season. We've now already played Man U, Man C, Arsenal and Everton twice whilst those below us have a tougher programme ahead.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Yesterday has been coming for sometime. Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Man U, Wigan all games in which we showed what we were capable of, sometimes for prolonged periods, but didn't quite get it over the line. Yes a little luck yesterday with the Hart fumble and the own goal but thoroughly deserved. In the past we lost players to others because they were a standout individual in a group of journeymen. As this progresses the team will see that it's a whole and will continue to improve so why go elsewhere?[/p][/quote]Interesting also that just as the start of our season was largely up against the top teams, so has the start of the second half of the season. We've now already played Man U, Man C, Arsenal and Everton twice whilst those below us have a tougher programme ahead. Confucious
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1:18pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War. Mush On The Beach
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1:21pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.[/p][/quote]If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:23pm Sun 10 Feb 13

saintmac says...

Hedge end Bob - the last words Dave
Merrington said on Radio Solent last
night were "I have not seen Southampton close down teams like
that since the days of Gordon Srachan".
To those who still doubt Gaston and
Guly I believe that MP will bring these
players on.Gaston has taken time to
settle and injuries and a personal
problem have not helped.Guly will
benefit from the new tactics and
improved coaching.
While taking nothing away from Nigel
and his staff the new team is geared
to take us to the next level.We now
have an international goalie as the
specialist coach - witness the improvement in Boruc and just think
what it will do for Gazza.
I am over the moon with the way the
team are now playing but we are not
out of the woods yet. Yet I am now
much more confident that we will
survive.
Offers will no doubt come in for Morgan
and others but I do believe that players
will see that their future lies with Saints
and will follow Marcus and Nicola's
dream.NC is a hard headed business
man but has said that "Southampton
is his baby". To me this says a lot
about his commitment to the club. He
may not know a lot about the
technical side of the game but he
certainly has the right contacts - i.e.
bringing in Pardew; replacing him with
Nigel (we will never know the facts but
Nigel took us to the Prem) and now
appointing MP and an impressive
team of trainers.Just wish he could
improve the PR side of things!!.
When I woke up this morning I thought I
had been dreaming and then the wonderfull realisation sunk in!
We now have 2 weeks off for the
team to rest and for injuries to heal.
I think Lala is still feeling his knee and
am very happy that he is just being
used as a sub at the moment. The
same with Forren.Get him fully match
fit - think he will come off the bench
at Newcastle.
COYRS.
Hedge end Bob - the last words Dave Merrington said on Radio Solent last night were "I have not seen Southampton close down teams like that since the days of Gordon Srachan". To those who still doubt Gaston and Guly I believe that MP will bring these players on.Gaston has taken time to settle and injuries and a personal problem have not helped.Guly will benefit from the new tactics and improved coaching. While taking nothing away from Nigel and his staff the new team is geared to take us to the next level.We now have an international goalie as the specialist coach - witness the improvement in Boruc and just think what it will do for Gazza. I am over the moon with the way the team are now playing but we are not out of the woods yet. Yet I am now much more confident that we will survive. Offers will no doubt come in for Morgan and others but I do believe that players will see that their future lies with Saints and will follow Marcus and Nicola's dream.NC is a hard headed business man but has said that "Southampton is his baby". To me this says a lot about his commitment to the club. He may not know a lot about the technical side of the game but he certainly has the right contacts - i.e. bringing in Pardew; replacing him with Nigel (we will never know the facts but Nigel took us to the Prem) and now appointing MP and an impressive team of trainers.Just wish he could improve the PR side of things!!. When I woke up this morning I thought I had been dreaming and then the wonderfull realisation sunk in! We now have 2 weeks off for the team to rest and for injuries to heal. I think Lala is still feeling his knee and am very happy that he is just being used as a sub at the moment. The same with Forren.Get him fully match fit - think he will come off the bench at Newcastle. COYRS. saintmac
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1:26pm Sun 10 Feb 13

right back in the bar says...

I hold my hands up as in the past I have been on here and criticised JRod. Well, under Maurice he looks like a player transfromed and he was superb last night. Jack Cork as well - ran himself into the ground. that said all players involved last night put in shifts and Punch, Spider and RL usual high standards. I reckon we can go on from this and finish 12.
I hold my hands up as in the past I have been on here and criticised JRod. Well, under Maurice he looks like a player transfromed and he was superb last night. Jack Cork as well - ran himself into the ground. that said all players involved last night put in shifts and Punch, Spider and RL usual high standards. I reckon we can go on from this and finish 12. right back in the bar
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1:29pm Sun 10 Feb 13

JohnItaly says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?
My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.[/p][/quote]If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?[/p][/quote]My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win. JohnItaly
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1:34pm Sun 10 Feb 13

seven777. says...

right back in the bar wrote:
I hold my hands up as in the past I have been on here and criticised JRod. Well, under Maurice he looks like a player transfromed and he was superb last night. Jack Cork as well - ran himself into the ground. that said all players involved last night put in shifts and Punch, Spider and RL usual high standards. I reckon we can go on from this and finish 12.
May be even scrape 10th, the fixture list
remaining makes good reading if your a Saints fan.
http://www.premierle
ague.com/en-gb/news/
news/barclays-premie
r-league-2012-13-fix
tures-day.html
[quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: I hold my hands up as in the past I have been on here and criticised JRod. Well, under Maurice he looks like a player transfromed and he was superb last night. Jack Cork as well - ran himself into the ground. that said all players involved last night put in shifts and Punch, Spider and RL usual high standards. I reckon we can go on from this and finish 12.[/p][/quote]May be even scrape 10th, the fixture list remaining makes good reading if your a Saints fan. http://www.premierle ague.com/en-gb/news/ news/barclays-premie r-league-2012-13-fix tures-day.html seven777.
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1:34pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

JohnItaly wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?
My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.
I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :)
[quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.[/p][/quote]If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?[/p][/quote]My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.[/p][/quote]I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :) Mush On The Beach
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1:43pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?
My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.
I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :)
Yes but this is football not poker. Give West Ham 3 points you can't take them back unlike poker.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.[/p][/quote]If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?[/p][/quote]My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.[/p][/quote]I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :)[/p][/quote]Yes but this is football not poker. Give West Ham 3 points you can't take them back unlike poker. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:43pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Blackknight says...

Decent performance from all. Keep this up until the end of the season and Saints should finish the season comfortable mid table.
Decent performance from all. Keep this up until the end of the season and Saints should finish the season comfortable mid table. Blackknight
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1:45pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

JohnItaly wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?
My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.
Don't care, we'll be above them both come May in any case.
[quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.[/p][/quote]If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?[/p][/quote]My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.[/p][/quote]Don't care, we'll be above them both come May in any case. Strasbourg Saint
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1:58pm Sun 10 Feb 13

tinas says...

Hands up time. I thought Cortese was an idiot for getting rid of Adkins and bringing in a manager who couldn't speak English.
Looks like I was the idiot.
Hands up time. I thought Cortese was an idiot for getting rid of Adkins and bringing in a manager who couldn't speak English. Looks like I was the idiot. tinas
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1:58pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Velleity says...

Sshhhhh!
Sshhhhh! Velleity
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2:02pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?
My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.
I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :)
Yes but this is football not poker. Give West Ham 3 points you can't take them back unlike poker.
Yes you can, the skunts are going to have 10 taken back off them, if their lucky.
Anyway, my point was our strategy should be survival first, don’t get ahead of ourselves.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.[/p][/quote]If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?[/p][/quote]My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.[/p][/quote]I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :)[/p][/quote]Yes but this is football not poker. Give West Ham 3 points you can't take them back unlike poker.[/p][/quote]Yes you can, the skunts are going to have 10 taken back off them, if their lucky. Anyway, my point was our strategy should be survival first, don’t get ahead of ourselves. Mush On The Beach
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2:05pm Sun 10 Feb 13

saintshorse101 says...

I am fed up with the way the press treat us as a team, the times today sums it all up.

Roberto Mancini saw his side give an appallingly inept defensive performance

Southampton were a side who apparently could not beat the big teams and could not defend a lead. Yet City managed to self-destruct in a fixture they were expected to stroll and the sight of Joe Hart amateurishly fumbling the ball to present one goal and Gareth Barry ludicrously turning it into his own net

The margin of victory could have been more. Southampton had a legitimate penalty claim just before half-time when Yaya Toure seemed to bundle over Jay Rodriguez and the industry of Steven Davis, the command of Morgan Schneiderlin and the constant threat of Rickie Lambert were integral to the result. So too was City’s indolent approach

Southampton: Boruc 7, Clyne 7, Yoshida 6, Hooiveld 6, Fox 6 (Richardson 71min), Cork 7, Schneiderlin 8, S Davis 9 (Ward-Prowse 80min), Puncheon 8 (Lallana 61min), Rodriguez 8, Lambert 8

Man City: Hart 4, Zabaleta 6, Lescott 6 (Kolarov 66min), Garcia 5, Clichy 4, Nasri 5 (Milner 55min, 6), Y Toure 5, Barry 4, Silva 6 (Maicon 73min), Aguero 5, Dzeko 7

so man city were awful and 3 of our back 4 only rated 6/10 and Dzeko 7/10?

they are suggesting that city came thinking they would `walk it` and `its only saints` and that was a big a factor as our play, so even our complements are back handed!
I am fed up with the way the press treat us as a team, the times today sums it all up. Roberto Mancini saw his side give an appallingly inept defensive performance Southampton were a side who apparently could not beat the big teams and could not defend a lead. Yet City managed to self-destruct in a fixture they were expected to stroll and the sight of Joe Hart amateurishly fumbling the ball to present one goal and Gareth Barry ludicrously turning it into his own net The margin of victory could have been more. Southampton had a legitimate penalty claim just before half-time when Yaya Toure seemed to bundle over Jay Rodriguez and the industry of Steven Davis, the command of Morgan Schneiderlin and the constant threat of Rickie Lambert were integral to the result. So too was City’s indolent approach Southampton: Boruc 7, Clyne 7, Yoshida 6, Hooiveld 6, Fox 6 (Richardson 71min), Cork 7, Schneiderlin 8, S Davis 9 (Ward-Prowse 80min), Puncheon 8 (Lallana 61min), Rodriguez 8, Lambert 8 Man City: Hart 4, Zabaleta 6, Lescott 6 (Kolarov 66min), Garcia 5, Clichy 4, Nasri 5 (Milner 55min, 6), Y Toure 5, Barry 4, Silva 6 (Maicon 73min), Aguero 5, Dzeko 7 so man city were awful and 3 of our back 4 only rated 6/10 and Dzeko 7/10? they are suggesting that city came thinking they would `walk it` and `its only saints` and that was a big a factor as our play, so even our complements are back handed! saintshorse101
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2:12pm Sun 10 Feb 13

dadofmy3sons says...

PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
That's very generous of you, thank you.
It's good to know that you are not bitter about how cr4p your club is and can offer us the use of your facilities.
Is the bill paid for it by the way?
But surely you will need it now that you have broken the record for games without a win.
LiDL = PFC. allegedly.
One other little point, how many turned up at Fratton last game.
We had a near full house yesterday, 31,738, even though live on telly and silly late kick-off.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]That's very generous of you, thank you. It's good to know that you are not bitter about how cr4p your club is and can offer us the use of your facilities. Is the bill paid for it by the way? But surely you will need it now that you have broken the record for games without a win. LiDL = PFC. allegedly. One other little point, how many turned up at Fratton last game. We had a near full house yesterday, 31,738, even though live on telly and silly late kick-off. dadofmy3sons
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2:16pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Simmo13 says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
I am fed up with the way the press treat us as a team, the times today sums it all up.

Roberto Mancini saw his side give an appallingly inept defensive performance

Southampton were a side who apparently could not beat the big teams and could not defend a lead. Yet City managed to self-destruct in a fixture they were expected to stroll and the sight of Joe Hart amateurishly fumbling the ball to present one goal and Gareth Barry ludicrously turning it into his own net

The margin of victory could have been more. Southampton had a legitimate penalty claim just before half-time when Yaya Toure seemed to bundle over Jay Rodriguez and the industry of Steven Davis, the command of Morgan Schneiderlin and the constant threat of Rickie Lambert were integral to the result. So too was City’s indolent approach

Southampton: Boruc 7, Clyne 7, Yoshida 6, Hooiveld 6, Fox 6 (Richardson 71min), Cork 7, Schneiderlin 8, S Davis 9 (Ward-Prowse 80min), Puncheon 8 (Lallana 61min), Rodriguez 8, Lambert 8

Man City: Hart 4, Zabaleta 6, Lescott 6 (Kolarov 66min), Garcia 5, Clichy 4, Nasri 5 (Milner 55min, 6), Y Toure 5, Barry 4, Silva 6 (Maicon 73min), Aguero 5, Dzeko 7

so man city were awful and 3 of our back 4 only rated 6/10 and Dzeko 7/10?

they are suggesting that city came thinking they would `walk it` and `its only saints` and that was a big a factor as our play, so even our complements are back handed!
None of the papers give saints credit it's always the other side having an off day or having players out injured but never saints have played well. That goes for the tv pundits who sit in their cosy studios giving their expert opinions on the obvious but that suits us we have gradually reduced the goals against column picked up steady points and have had to constantly listen how well Reading and QPR do each week under that odious HK who chases the money and shows loyalty to nobody.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: I am fed up with the way the press treat us as a team, the times today sums it all up. Roberto Mancini saw his side give an appallingly inept defensive performance Southampton were a side who apparently could not beat the big teams and could not defend a lead. Yet City managed to self-destruct in a fixture they were expected to stroll and the sight of Joe Hart amateurishly fumbling the ball to present one goal and Gareth Barry ludicrously turning it into his own net The margin of victory could have been more. Southampton had a legitimate penalty claim just before half-time when Yaya Toure seemed to bundle over Jay Rodriguez and the industry of Steven Davis, the command of Morgan Schneiderlin and the constant threat of Rickie Lambert were integral to the result. So too was City’s indolent approach Southampton: Boruc 7, Clyne 7, Yoshida 6, Hooiveld 6, Fox 6 (Richardson 71min), Cork 7, Schneiderlin 8, S Davis 9 (Ward-Prowse 80min), Puncheon 8 (Lallana 61min), Rodriguez 8, Lambert 8 Man City: Hart 4, Zabaleta 6, Lescott 6 (Kolarov 66min), Garcia 5, Clichy 4, Nasri 5 (Milner 55min, 6), Y Toure 5, Barry 4, Silva 6 (Maicon 73min), Aguero 5, Dzeko 7 so man city were awful and 3 of our back 4 only rated 6/10 and Dzeko 7/10? they are suggesting that city came thinking they would `walk it` and `its only saints` and that was a big a factor as our play, so even our complements are back handed![/p][/quote]None of the papers give saints credit it's always the other side having an off day or having players out injured but never saints have played well. That goes for the tv pundits who sit in their cosy studios giving their expert opinions on the obvious but that suits us we have gradually reduced the goals against column picked up steady points and have had to constantly listen how well Reading and QPR do each week under that odious HK who chases the money and shows loyalty to nobody. Simmo13
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2:21pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Simmo13 says...

dadofmy3sons wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
PTID1898 says...
7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13

Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP
That's very generous of you, thank you.
It's good to know that you are not bitter about how cr4p your club is and can offer us the use of your facilities.
Is the bill paid for it by the way?
But surely you will need it now that you have broken the record for games without a win.
LiDL = PFC. allegedly.
One other little point, how many turned up at Fratton last game.
We had a near full house yesterday, 31,738, even though live on telly and silly late kick-off.
You seem very jealous and upset little boy not long now and you can play Horndean or Bashley on a local recreation ground near to your city.
[quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: PTID1898 says... 7:45am Sun 10 Feb 13 Look at all of you having an **** because you beat city, suppose you want a open top bus parade now, suppose we could lend you ours but you wouldn't know how to use it, and it's not much fun going through the city in a open top bus with no supporters turning up. PUP[/p][/quote]That's very generous of you, thank you. It's good to know that you are not bitter about how cr4p your club is and can offer us the use of your facilities. Is the bill paid for it by the way? But surely you will need it now that you have broken the record for games without a win. LiDL = PFC. allegedly. One other little point, how many turned up at Fratton last game. We had a near full house yesterday, 31,738, even though live on telly and silly late kick-off.[/p][/quote]You seem very jealous and upset little boy not long now and you can play Horndean or Bashley on a local recreation ground near to your city. Simmo13
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2:23pm Sun 10 Feb 13

NC Fan4Life says...

To the many saying Man City were bad the truth is Saints did not let them play so don't take that away from the great performaces all round the team. Great tactics pressed them hard up the front and closed them down the whole 90minutes. Yes we were lucky with two of the goals but should have had a pen and out played them so deserved to win.
The real difference over the last few games has been the tactics that MP & his team have employed, keep it on ! !
Unfortunately Nigel Adkins was found to be tactically nieve in the games up to mid-November which is when i am sure Nicola took the decision to make the manageral change. Certainly I for one was on hear saying we need to either bring in someone to help NA or replace him as we could not risk taking any more time for NA to learn.
I accept that the players also had learn but we lost early points through tactical errors.
NA was beginning to learn and may have done OK but the decision was made before he started to improve things. Mauricio Pochittino had left his club and was clearly being lined up with his team in place to make the immediate switch.
Time will tell if NC has made a good decision but MP is getting better performances out of the same players and has more positive tactics that seems to suit them.
Thank you Nigel Adkins for taking us to this level and best wishes for the future.
Lets move on and hope that MP can take us to an even higher level. The bus is still rolling !!
Come on you red & white pin-stripes !!
To the many saying Man City were bad the truth is Saints did not let them play so don't take that away from the great performaces all round the team. Great tactics pressed them hard up the front and closed them down the whole 90minutes. Yes we were lucky with two of the goals but should have had a pen and out played them so deserved to win. The real difference over the last few games has been the tactics that MP & his team have employed, keep it on ! ! Unfortunately Nigel Adkins was found to be tactically nieve in the games up to mid-November which is when i am sure Nicola took the decision to make the manageral change. Certainly I for one was on hear saying we need to either bring in someone to help NA or replace him as we could not risk taking any more time for NA to learn. I accept that the players also had learn but we lost early points through tactical errors. NA was beginning to learn and may have done OK but the decision was made before he started to improve things. Mauricio Pochittino had left his club and was clearly being lined up with his team in place to make the immediate switch. Time will tell if NC has made a good decision but MP is getting better performances out of the same players and has more positive tactics that seems to suit them. Thank you Nigel Adkins for taking us to this level and best wishes for the future. Lets move on and hope that MP can take us to an even higher level. The bus is still rolling !! Come on you red & white pin-stripes !! NC Fan4Life
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2:55pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

NC Fan4Life wrote:
To the many saying Man City were bad the truth is Saints did not let them play so don't take that away from the great performaces all round the team. Great tactics pressed them hard up the front and closed them down the whole 90minutes. Yes we were lucky with two of the goals but should have had a pen and out played them so deserved to win.
The real difference over the last few games has been the tactics that MP & his team have employed, keep it on ! !
Unfortunately Nigel Adkins was found to be tactically nieve in the games up to mid-November which is when i am sure Nicola took the decision to make the manageral change. Certainly I for one was on hear saying we need to either bring in someone to help NA or replace him as we could not risk taking any more time for NA to learn.
I accept that the players also had learn but we lost early points through tactical errors.
NA was beginning to learn and may have done OK but the decision was made before he started to improve things. Mauricio Pochittino had left his club and was clearly being lined up with his team in place to make the immediate switch.
Time will tell if NC has made a good decision but MP is getting better performances out of the same players and has more positive tactics that seems to suit them.
Thank you Nigel Adkins for taking us to this level and best wishes for the future.
Lets move on and hope that MP can take us to an even higher level. The bus is still rolling !!
Come on you red & white pin-stripes !!
Whoa! Wait a minute. I'm not having a go because I agree with a lot of your post. However, are you saying that Nigel's tactics cost us a win at Chelsea and MoPo's tactics gained us a point against Everton?

It just ain't as simple as some on here make out.

Nigel did a great job, I don't like the fact that his reward was the sack. That's now past.

MoPo hasn't been here long enough to fully judge but we can say that NC took a very brave decision and the early signs suggest we will really benefit from it in the long run.

The important time will be if we have a run of bad results and MoPo appears to have made costly tactical errors. What will people say then? I for one won't be entering into that all-too-familar knee-jerk reaction of calling for his head.
[quote][p][bold]NC Fan4Life[/bold] wrote: To the many saying Man City were bad the truth is Saints did not let them play so don't take that away from the great performaces all round the team. Great tactics pressed them hard up the front and closed them down the whole 90minutes. Yes we were lucky with two of the goals but should have had a pen and out played them so deserved to win. The real difference over the last few games has been the tactics that MP & his team have employed, keep it on ! ! Unfortunately Nigel Adkins was found to be tactically nieve in the games up to mid-November which is when i am sure Nicola took the decision to make the manageral change. Certainly I for one was on hear saying we need to either bring in someone to help NA or replace him as we could not risk taking any more time for NA to learn. I accept that the players also had learn but we lost early points through tactical errors. NA was beginning to learn and may have done OK but the decision was made before he started to improve things. Mauricio Pochittino had left his club and was clearly being lined up with his team in place to make the immediate switch. Time will tell if NC has made a good decision but MP is getting better performances out of the same players and has more positive tactics that seems to suit them. Thank you Nigel Adkins for taking us to this level and best wishes for the future. Lets move on and hope that MP can take us to an even higher level. The bus is still rolling !! Come on you red & white pin-stripes !![/p][/quote]Whoa! Wait a minute. I'm not having a go because I agree with a lot of your post. However, are you saying that Nigel's tactics cost us a win at Chelsea and MoPo's tactics gained us a point against Everton? It just ain't as simple as some on here make out. Nigel did a great job, I don't like the fact that his reward was the sack. That's now past. MoPo hasn't been here long enough to fully judge but we can say that NC took a very brave decision and the early signs suggest we will really benefit from it in the long run. The important time will be if we have a run of bad results and MoPo appears to have made costly tactical errors. What will people say then? I for one won't be entering into that all-too-familar knee-jerk reaction of calling for his head. Strasbourg Saint
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3:20pm Sun 10 Feb 13

promised land says...

Glory Glory Man United wrote:
The Stadium of Dreams is steeped in history........FACT!



St Marys Library is a plastic bulk standard library come stadium with no charm, no noise and no history....FACT!
Shhhhhhhh my fishy friend it will soon be over
[quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: The Stadium of Dreams is steeped in history........FACT! St Marys Library is a plastic bulk standard library come stadium with no charm, no noise and no history....FACT![/p][/quote]Shhhhhhhh my fishy friend it will soon be over promised land
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3:20pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ok then, let's test our positivity!

Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?
In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me.
I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?
My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.
I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :)
Yes but this is football not poker. Give West Ham 3 points you can't take them back unlike poker.
Yes you can, the skunts are going to have 10 taken back off them, if their lucky.
Anyway, my point was our strategy should be survival first, don’t get ahead of ourselves.
Yes...we must enjoy the wonderful football, oustanding performance.........
....however not do our historical trick of losing to lesser clubs on the rebound....
...focus..we a'int there yet....this style of football though til end of season and we will be..
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ok then, let's test our positivity! Who do we want to win - Villa who are 6 points below us or West Ham who are 3 points ahead of us?[/p][/quote]In the game of poker you put the weak to the sword first and choose your fights more carefully with those with more strength. Villa to lose every day for me. I’d like to think Nigel would back me up with some quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War.[/p][/quote]If our ambition is mid table then surely West Ham to lose?[/p][/quote]My positive streak tells me we should be looking at teams just above us that our current form gives us a chance to catch and overtake in the league - so Aston Villa to win.[/p][/quote]I’d love to invite you both to one of my poker nights, you’re just the type of eager new blood we love to meet :)[/p][/quote]Yes but this is football not poker. Give West Ham 3 points you can't take them back unlike poker.[/p][/quote]Yes you can, the skunts are going to have 10 taken back off them, if their lucky. Anyway, my point was our strategy should be survival first, don’t get ahead of ourselves.[/p][/quote]Yes...we must enjoy the wonderful football, oustanding performance......... ....however not do our historical trick of losing to lesser clubs on the rebound.... ...focus..we a'int there yet....this style of football though til end of season and we will be.. warrens 76
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3:40pm Sun 10 Feb 13

promised land says...

Glory Glory Man United wrote:
Ok team news is in! RVP and Rooney start as does Phill Jones who had had a niggle in the week.
01 De Gea
02 Rafael
03 Evra
04 Jones
05 Ferdinand
06 Evans
07 Valencia
11 Giggs
23 Cleverley
10 Rooney
20 Van Persie
All together now......Glory glory Man United!
Funny. I had a niggle in the week ? It was YOU ! My fishy friend
[quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: Ok team news is in! RVP and Rooney start as does Phill Jones who had had a niggle in the week. 01 De Gea 02 Rafael 03 Evra 04 Jones 05 Ferdinand 06 Evans 07 Valencia 11 Giggs 23 Cleverley 10 Rooney 20 Van Persie All together now......Glory glory Man United![/p][/quote]Funny. I had a niggle in the week ? It was YOU ! My fishy friend promised land
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3:52pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Glory Glory Man United wrote:
Ok team news is in! RVP and Rooney start as does Phill Jones who had had a niggle in the week.
01 De Gea
02 Rafael
03 Evra
04 Jones
05 Ferdinand
06 Evans
07 Valencia
11 Giggs
23 Cleverley
10 Rooney
20 Van Persie
All together now......Glory glory Man United!
Sssssshhhhhhhhhhh!!!
!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Glory Glory Man United[/bold] wrote: Ok team news is in! RVP and Rooney start as does Phill Jones who had had a niggle in the week. 01 De Gea 02 Rafael 03 Evra 04 Jones 05 Ferdinand 06 Evans 07 Valencia 11 Giggs 23 Cleverley 10 Rooney 20 Van Persie All together now......Glory glory Man United![/p][/quote]Sssssshhhhhhhhhhh!!! !!!!!!!!!! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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3:57pm Sun 10 Feb 13

bluewhiteandred says...

Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :) bluewhiteandred
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4:06pm Sun 10 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock saintkenny
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4:21pm Sun 10 Feb 13

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs . bluewhiteandred
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4:48pm Sun 10 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL saintkenny
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4:58pm Sun 10 Feb 13

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about bluewhiteandred
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5:12pm Sun 10 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges saintkenny
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5:39pm Sun 10 Feb 13

st1halo says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
Sorry blue, you just don't understand football. The list of things you have written are all secondary, stadia, ticket prices, wages, PL debt.

You go to watch the team you have pledged your alliegance to. To hope for the win, to play stronger and stronger opposition. To pit your team against the best and maybe become the best, even for a day!
Honours are fleeting highs that most clubs rarely see.
We have been on a great journey these last three years, emerging victorious from the challenges set before us. It will continue. Its what all football fans live for and it is definitely what you are jealous of. You would swap places with us in a heartbeat and you know it.


STID
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]Sorry blue, you just don't understand football. The list of things you have written are all secondary, stadia, ticket prices, wages, PL debt. You go to watch the team you have pledged your alliegance to. To hope for the win, to play stronger and stronger opposition. To pit your team against the best and maybe become the best, even for a day! Honours are fleeting highs that most clubs rarely see. We have been on a great journey these last three years, emerging victorious from the challenges set before us. It will continue. Its what all football fans live for and it is definitely what you are jealous of. You would swap places with us in a heartbeat and you know it. STID st1halo
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5:52pm Sun 10 Feb 13

promised land says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
Good. brings west ham within a win of us. Winning is something your lot don't know how to do !
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]Good. brings west ham within a win of us. Winning is something your lot don't know how to do ! promised land
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6:13pm Sun 10 Feb 13

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges
Saint kenny
Good post
As most clubs in premier are in debt you say we bought the cup and cheated so if thats the case you are getting cheated every home and away game at present you just beat MAN CITY who are part of the big four they won the league because of their 150million + team managed to catch up Man utd lastfew games !
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges[/p][/quote]Saint kenny Good post As most clubs in premier are in debt you say we bought the cup and cheated so if thats the case you are getting cheated every home and away game at present you just beat MAN CITY who are part of the big four they won the league because of their 150million + team managed to catch up Man utd lastfew games ! bluewhiteandred
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6:15pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
dear dear...tw*t,,
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]dear dear...tw*t,, warrens 76
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6:17pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
Yes you can..
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]Yes you can.. warrens 76
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6:20pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges
Saint Kenny..no one could have said it better..I spend my boring swiss hours on Saints site. wtf are these w*nkers doing on ours?
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges[/p][/quote]Saint Kenny..no one could have said it better..I spend my boring swiss hours on Saints site. wtf are these w*nkers doing on ours? warrens 76
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7:11pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

warrens 76 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges
Saint Kenny..no one could have said it better..I spend my boring swiss hours on Saints site. wtf are these w*nkers doing on ours?
Warrens...you have made a few waves skateside...one of them is even posting in your name.

My money's on it being the g1mp Kunt.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges[/p][/quote]Saint Kenny..no one could have said it better..I spend my boring swiss hours on Saints site. wtf are these w*nkers doing on ours?[/p][/quote]Warrens...you have made a few waves skateside...one of them is even posting in your name. My money's on it being the g1mp Kunt. Baddesley Bill
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7:38pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges
Saint Kenny..no one could have said it better..I spend my boring swiss hours on Saints site. wtf are these w*nkers doing on ours?
Warrens...you have made a few waves skateside...one of them is even posting in your name.

My money's on it being the g1mp Kunt.
B Bill I made a few waves there in 1984 when a certain Gary T and I went to pmuff and bought 400 Tickets for the Farton end..


..undercover old bill, helicopters unbelievable...still we were the boys back then..

...got sussed, we were followed by aforementioned helicopter from painted Wagon to east side portsea...

Still we grow up don't we?'
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges[/p][/quote]Saint Kenny..no one could have said it better..I spend my boring swiss hours on Saints site. wtf are these w*nkers doing on ours?[/p][/quote]Warrens...you have made a few waves skateside...one of them is even posting in your name. My money's on it being the g1mp Kunt.[/p][/quote]B Bill I made a few waves there in 1984 when a certain Gary T and I went to pmuff and bought 400 Tickets for the Farton end.. ..undercover old bill, helicopters unbelievable...still we were the boys back then.. ...got sussed, we were followed by aforementioned helicopter from painted Wagon to east side portsea... Still we grow up don't we?' warrens 76
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7:40pm Sun 10 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)
how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock
The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated !
let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .
not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL
jealous of what ?
St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future
jealous of your honours we wont go their.
jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet.

jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no

Cant find anything to be jealous about
thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges
Saint kenny
Good post
As most clubs in premier are in debt you say we bought the cup and cheated so if thats the case you are getting cheated every home and away game at present you just beat MAN CITY who are part of the big four they won the league because of their 150million + team managed to catch up Man utd lastfew games !
mines a mild and bitter, pmuff...just bitter.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Put off the staying up party Aston villa Won :)[/p][/quote]how about yours 9 defeats in a row the mighty bmuff swindon scunnny need i go on .still not long now tick tock tick tock[/p][/quote]The premier league is in debt of 331billion our debt was small fry what will Saints fans do when you wake up and all the other clubs are Gone liquidated ! let Pompey break the losing run records when the Trust is in we will still have a football club your running up big debts as we speak like the rest of the premier clubs .[/p][/quote]not us but maybe qpr harry is doing there what he did to you .they will be next like 70.to 100.000 a week .we just pay what we can afford .if we do need loans we can loan it off libier .like he got paid back with profit .the new rules insure like you and gates under 20.000 can not run withiout there own means .since the move from the dell .southampton does not full into that bracket of clubs ,soon even more so when the stadium is up to over 40.000 .and with new rules we will be able to run clopser to the big clubs.hampshires only premier league for years to come .just carry on with the jealousy LLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]jealous of what ? St marys the Trust will get a new stadiu in future jealous of your honours we wont go their. jealous your in premier no as i said previous until wages and club debts and the big four system sorted out its not worth being in their yet. jealous of ticket and season ticket prices no Cant find anything to be jealous about[/p][/quote]thats why you spensd all your time on here with saints fans .stll cheaper tan what they paid to go in a dreadful outdated staduim poor toilets poor food .yet players getting paid 70 to a 100.000 a week yet gates of only 17.000 .no training ground within its own city .you cant call that a football club .and 91 clubs dont think so either ,so why dont you go and bore them on the news site where you should be .and your other ligin redwhiteinred and take that numpty moreglory kent141 force141 glorymanutd with you pair of idiots be a skate be sad pay your pledges[/p][/quote]Saint kenny Good post As most clubs in premier are in debt you say we bought the cup and cheated so if thats the case you are getting cheated every home and away game at present you just beat MAN CITY who are part of the big four they won the league because of their 150million + team managed to catch up Man utd lastfew games ![/p][/quote]mines a mild and bitter, pmuff...just bitter. warrens 76
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12:44am Mon 11 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

the point is man city get 40.000 plus gates and the champions league money ,so they can pay the money back to the owners ,yes there cheating status .but people get paid back the same goes for chelsea ,trust mwe these fail to qualify for the c league then they both would be in trouble .because without that cash they might quit .as that is a loss itself .so the premier league has had to act and put the rule in place .its true your club doing this is nothing to do with the fans ,but your directors chose to up the wage bill .when with no chance of c league football you were never going to turn over profit.the tv cash and your small gates was not creating enough money your fans knew it never complained then .after the facup 64 million in debt .your fans should of been acting then but did not care .no demonstrations nothing .my manager is a pompey fan i said to him in 2008 within 5 years you will be in league one and he laughed ,but he aint laughing now
the point is man city get 40.000 plus gates and the champions league money ,so they can pay the money back to the owners ,yes there cheating status .but people get paid back the same goes for chelsea ,trust mwe these fail to qualify for the c league then they both would be in trouble .because without that cash they might quit .as that is a loss itself .so the premier league has had to act and put the rule in place .its true your club doing this is nothing to do with the fans ,but your directors chose to up the wage bill .when with no chance of c league football you were never going to turn over profit.the tv cash and your small gates was not creating enough money your fans knew it never complained then .after the facup 64 million in debt .your fans should of been acting then but did not care .no demonstrations nothing .my manager is a pompey fan i said to him in 2008 within 5 years you will be in league one and he laughed ,but he aint laughing now saintkenny
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3:33am Mon 11 Feb 13

Terry Fulford says...

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This doesn't work for me. Why ????

ANY HELP PLEASE..
(CLICK THE LINK TO READ THE COMMENT) This doesn't work for me. Why ???? ANY HELP PLEASE.. Terry Fulford
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3:52pm Mon 11 Feb 13

Beer Monster says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
NOW .... whose going to NEWCASTLE AWAY !!!

Expecting fireworks and UP for the SAINTS WIN.

How many points have wet spam got ? - Yeah, UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO !!

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RF/ RED ARMY 2013.
FIGHT AND WIN.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
Yep, technically it's my nearest game - haven't been for a few years. St. James' used to be a bit of a bogey ground for us, but we have an aura of confidence about us that says we can beat anyone on our day. Bring it on!

COYR :-)
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: NOW .... whose going to NEWCASTLE AWAY !!! Expecting fireworks and UP for the SAINTS WIN. How many points have wet spam got ? - Yeah, UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO !! WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. RF/ RED ARMY 2013. FIGHT AND WIN. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.[/p][/quote]Yep, technically it's my nearest game - haven't been for a few years. St. James' used to be a bit of a bogey ground for us, but we have an aura of confidence about us that says we can beat anyone on our day. Bring it on! COYR :-) Beer Monster
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