Lambert hits 100th goal ... and Pards is so proud of his signing

Rickie Lambert and Alan Pardew on the day the striker signed for Saints in August 2009

Rickie Lambert and Alan Pardew on the day the striker signed for Saints in August 2009

First published in Sport Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Writer

Alan Pardew spoke of his pride at seeing Rickie Lambert score his 100th goal for Saints.

Pardew signed Lambert for Saints for £1m and the striker himself has acknowledged how much the now Newcastle boss has done for his career.

He has gone from strength to strength even without Pardew and became just the tenth post-war Saint to reach a century of goals for the club against his one time manager at St James’ Park.

With Newcastle winning the game 4-2, Pardew could afford a beaming smile when asked by the Daily Echo about the striker.

“Absolutely (there is a sense of pride),” he said. “He had only been with me six weeks and I said to him ‘you could play in the Premiership.’ “I don’t think he really believed me if I’m honest.

“I said it in a kind of strange way as I knew he’d want more money so I said ‘the next couple of years you could get there.’ “He was brilliant. He’s a real handful.

“I put him above (Grant) Holt personally. No disrespect to Grant Holt but I think Rickie’s got more about him and he’s proving that.

“100 goals is a fantastic little milestone for him.”

Pardew insisted he held no grudges against the club who controversially sacked him in August 2010 and foresees no problems whatsoever in Saints retaining their Premier League status.

“Whenever I’ve left clubs I’ve never carried any bitterness or anything like that,” he reflected.

“I know coaches and managers that do and I think it spoils them so I don’t really feel that way.

“I was pleased that the players that I signed played well and the ones that I’ve worked with and I was pleased for their manager because he’s got a lot to be proud of.

“He was probably disappointed but he’s got a good team there and I don’t see any problems for them.”

Pardew is now looking onwards and upwards for his side for the rest of the season.

“It was a very important victory because of our positions in the league and Southampton’s position in the league,” he said.

“The quality of the opposition should not go underestimated – they were every bit as good as Chelsea and Metalist and they should take that going forward.

“I spoke to a few of the players that I know after the game and I thought they were excellent. We had to be at our very best to win.

“You look at the league table and we have now put ourselves in a position to attack tenth and that was the importance of the victory.

“It wasn’t about anything else for me and that’s how I tried to get the players’ mindset.

“I said after we should attack the top ten now and we can with this team.

“It’s a considerable difference to six weeks ago with the players coming back from injury and the new players, you can see there is a kind of assurance about us and we played with a real calmness and didn’t panic.

“At 2-2 we rode a tough period and that bodes well for us going forward.”

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8:31am Mon 25 Feb 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Dave Merrington said it all about Rickie after the game.
He waxed lyrical about every part of the game needed to be a current top pro centre forward.
He listed them all, after each he said "Rickies' got it".
I have said a number of times on here that i.m.o. he is the best centre foward I have ever seen pull on a Saints shirt, that includes the great Ron Davies.
(Ron was my hero,that took some saying!)

I only wish that England could see this too, through their blinkered eyesight.
Well done Rickie you are rightly a Southampton FC legend.
Long may you serve.
COYR
Dave Merrington said it all about Rickie after the game. He waxed lyrical about every part of the game needed to be a current top pro centre forward. He listed them all, after each he said "Rickies' got it". I have said a number of times on here that i.m.o. he is the best centre foward I have ever seen pull on a Saints shirt, that includes the great Ron Davies. (Ron was my hero,that took some saying!) I only wish that England could see this too, through their blinkered eyesight. Well done Rickie you are rightly a Southampton FC legend. Long may you serve. COYR SFCOLDBOY
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8:56am Mon 25 Feb 13

aldermoorboy says...

Rickie is very good but Ron Davies was at his peak the best centre forward in Europe.
Rickie is very good but Ron Davies was at his peak the best centre forward in Europe. aldermoorboy
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9:06am Mon 25 Feb 13

Burton Saint says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Rickie is very good but Ron Davies was at his peak the best centre forward in Europe.
Agreed. The Ron Davies/Martin Chivers and then Mike Channon combinations were outstanding and a joy to watch, but Rickie is equally up there with them in this era. What an incredible signing he's been.
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Rickie is very good but Ron Davies was at his peak the best centre forward in Europe.[/p][/quote]Agreed. The Ron Davies/Martin Chivers and then Mike Channon combinations were outstanding and a joy to watch, but Rickie is equally up there with them in this era. What an incredible signing he's been. Burton Saint
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9:54am Mon 25 Feb 13

saintbobby says...

Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!!

I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell.

Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder?

Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago.
Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!! I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell. Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder? Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago. saintbobby
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10:00am Mon 25 Feb 13

St.Yorkie says...

I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet.
Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward?
Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.
I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet. Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward? Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground. St.Yorkie
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10:04am Mon 25 Feb 13

likewatchingbrazil says...

shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR
coyr
shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR coyr likewatchingbrazil
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10:20am Mon 25 Feb 13

insane saint says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR
coyr
they are all must win games stating the obvious there aren't we.

QPR yes is next with twitchy,

Yes we will win and we will fight till the end.

We will be still in the prem come end of the season so don't panic on that one mate.

COYR
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR coyr[/p][/quote]they are all must win games stating the obvious there aren't we. QPR yes is next with twitchy, Yes we will win and we will fight till the end. We will be still in the prem come end of the season so don't panic on that one mate. COYR insane saint
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10:33am Mon 25 Feb 13

Confucious says...

Exasperated though I am every day at not understanding the incomprehensible number of stars in the universe; finding the vast distances involved unimaginable; struggling with the impenetrable notion of relative rather than fixed time and being faced with the baffling concept of infinity in a mind which can only grasp things with beginnings and ends - the thing which really p!sses me off is Saints losing.

Mind you, I am pleased for Rickie.
Exasperated though I am every day at not understanding the incomprehensible number of stars in the universe; finding the vast distances involved unimaginable; struggling with the impenetrable notion of relative rather than fixed time and being faced with the baffling concept of infinity in a mind which can only grasp things with beginnings and ends - the thing which really p!sses me off is Saints losing. Mind you, I am pleased for Rickie. Confucious
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10:43am Mon 25 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

I see LIDL are considering taking the Skunts to court for trying to impersonate their name with their results. A spokesperson said " We don't wish to be associated with this tiny club in any way. We know we are cheap........ but we're not THAT cheap"
I see LIDL are considering taking the Skunts to court for trying to impersonate their name with their results. A spokesperson said " We don't wish to be associated with this tiny club in any way. We know we are cheap........ but we're not THAT cheap" Clever Dick
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10:46am Mon 25 Feb 13

oldsaintsfan says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet.
Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward?
Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.
Sorry mate - Rickie is great and the game has changed over the years however Ron at the height of his powers in that first couple of seasons in L1 was awesome. He was the complete target man and centre forward. His stats in those two seasons playing for a newly promoted team speak for themselves.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet. Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward? Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.[/p][/quote]Sorry mate - Rickie is great and the game has changed over the years however Ron at the height of his powers in that first couple of seasons in L1 was awesome. He was the complete target man and centre forward. His stats in those two seasons playing for a newly promoted team speak for themselves. oldsaintsfan
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10:48am Mon 25 Feb 13

business-guru says...

spoke to Nigel and his wife in London recently and he said he was "absolutely gutted" to be sacked and it "came out of the blue", he also said what a privilage it had been to work with "some of the best players I have ever worked with like Rickie, Morgan and Adam"....."
spoke to Nigel and his wife in London recently and he said he was "absolutely gutted" to be sacked and it "came out of the blue", he also said what a privilage it had been to work with "some of the best players I have ever worked with like Rickie, Morgan and Adam"....." business-guru
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11:31am Mon 25 Feb 13

spyware says...

Clever Dick wrote:
I see LIDL are considering taking the Skunts to court for trying to impersonate their name with their results. A spokesperson said " We don't wish to be associated with this tiny club in any way. We know we are cheap........ but we're not THAT cheap"
I hear ARGOS have also lodged a complaint.....

Almost

Relegated

Goodbye

Obscure

Skunts
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: I see LIDL are considering taking the Skunts to court for trying to impersonate their name with their results. A spokesperson said " We don't wish to be associated with this tiny club in any way. We know we are cheap........ but we're not THAT cheap"[/p][/quote]I hear ARGOS have also lodged a complaint..... Almost Relegated Goodbye Obscure Skunts spyware
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11:36am Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet.
Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward?
Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.
Wrong about his shooting prowess, he hit one shot so hard that when it hit the stantion inside the goal and rocketted back out, the goal wasn't given, because the referee thought it had hit the post, only film after the game proved the fact that he had "scored".
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet. Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward? Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.[/p][/quote]Wrong about his shooting prowess, he hit one shot so hard that when it hit the stantion inside the goal and rocketted back out, the goal wasn't given, because the referee thought it had hit the post, only film after the game proved the fact that he had "scored". OSPREYSAINT
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11:41am Mon 25 Feb 13

Rising_Son says...

saintbobby wrote:
Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!!

I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell.

Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder?

Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago.
Wyn Davis could jump higher, but didn't have the same degree of accuracy.
[quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!! I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell. Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder? Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago.[/p][/quote]Wyn Davis could jump higher, but didn't have the same degree of accuracy. Rising_Son
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11:47am Mon 25 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR
coyr
So Cork and Shaw didn't make any costly errors then?

Moan over, bring on QPR.

COYR!
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR coyr[/p][/quote]So Cork and Shaw didn't make any costly errors then? Moan over, bring on QPR. COYR! Strasbourg Saint
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11:50am Mon 25 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Rising_Son wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!!

I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell.

Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder?

Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago.
Wyn Davis could jump higher, but didn't have the same degree of accuracy.
Glad you got home (well, to the South) okay RS, it was a privilage to BE THERE when Rickie reached his ton and a privilage to meet you (and Warrens and Will....)

Enjoy the next 2 matches and have a good flight home.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!! I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell. Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder? Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago.[/p][/quote]Wyn Davis could jump higher, but didn't have the same degree of accuracy.[/p][/quote]Glad you got home (well, to the South) okay RS, it was a privilage to BE THERE when Rickie reached his ton and a privilage to meet you (and Warrens and Will....) Enjoy the next 2 matches and have a good flight home. Strasbourg Saint
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11:51am Mon 25 Feb 13

St.Yorkie says...

As I said guys I was only a young 'un and not that savvy regards football generally. Only (yes ONLY) been watching since 1966/67.
The game has changed and so have players. Fitness is the major change I see - making the game much faster. Technology and rule changes have done their best to spoil the game in my opinion and TV has ruined it.
Every generation will have their "best in class" category - I guess we could all express our opinons to the cows come home?
For me the most talented footballer I had ever watched was MLT. Fond spot for many others, but he was the one who made me smile more than most!
As I said guys I was only a young 'un and not that savvy regards football generally. Only (yes ONLY) been watching since 1966/67. The game has changed and so have players. Fitness is the major change I see - making the game much faster. Technology and rule changes have done their best to spoil the game in my opinion and TV has ruined it. Every generation will have their "best in class" category - I guess we could all express our opinons to the cows come home? For me the most talented footballer I had ever watched was MLT. Fond spot for many others, but he was the one who made me smile more than most! St.Yorkie
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11:56am Mon 25 Feb 13

spyware says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet. Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward? Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.
Wrong about his shooting prowess, he hit one shot so hard that when it hit the stantion inside the goal and rocketted back out, the goal wasn't given, because the referee thought it had hit the post, only film after the game proved the fact that he had "scored".
That brought back some memories.

It was against Aston Villa back in '67

I was stood behind the goal at the Milton Road end and it definately 'went in'.

Ron scored 4 that day in a 6-2 win.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet. Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward? Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.[/p][/quote]Wrong about his shooting prowess, he hit one shot so hard that when it hit the stantion inside the goal and rocketted back out, the goal wasn't given, because the referee thought it had hit the post, only film after the game proved the fact that he had "scored".[/p][/quote]That brought back some memories. It was against Aston Villa back in '67 I was stood behind the goal at the Milton Road end and it definately 'went in'. Ron scored 4 that day in a 6-2 win. spyware
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12:17pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

Fox should take his share of the blame but not all of it. Cork was pretty poor yesterday possibly the poorest he has been since getting back from injury and Shaw looked fairly dodgy. Like others have said still not convinced by JRod and there were times yesterday when we seemed to dally on the ball Hoover especially. Didn't think he had too bad of a game but I think it may have been enough to see Jose back for QPR.

Rickie was excellent again great header won for Morgan and a cracking finish was unlucky with Lallanas cross but had too much ground to make up. There 2nd goal was ridiculous where the foul was I don't know then the bloke was offside and the ball went over his head so clearly interfering with play and then the foul on Shaw.

Anyway enough about that looking forward to Saturday. Redknapp is scum in my mind and deserves all the abuse he will get on Saturday. The best bit of abuse will be the 3 points though sending him closer to his first ever relegation from the Premiership (As his actual first relegation is completely airbrushed over by the media). An early goal will be vital
Fox should take his share of the blame but not all of it. Cork was pretty poor yesterday possibly the poorest he has been since getting back from injury and Shaw looked fairly dodgy. Like others have said still not convinced by JRod and there were times yesterday when we seemed to dally on the ball Hoover especially. Didn't think he had too bad of a game but I think it may have been enough to see Jose back for QPR. Rickie was excellent again great header won for Morgan and a cracking finish was unlucky with Lallanas cross but had too much ground to make up. There 2nd goal was ridiculous where the foul was I don't know then the bloke was offside and the ball went over his head so clearly interfering with play and then the foul on Shaw. Anyway enough about that looking forward to Saturday. Redknapp is scum in my mind and deserves all the abuse he will get on Saturday. The best bit of abuse will be the 3 points though sending him closer to his first ever relegation from the Premiership (As his actual first relegation is completely airbrushed over by the media). An early goal will be vital SO50 Saint
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12:23pm Mon 25 Feb 13

St.Yorkie says...

spyware wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet. Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward? Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.
Wrong about his shooting prowess, he hit one shot so hard that when it hit the stantion inside the goal and rocketted back out, the goal wasn't given, because the referee thought it had hit the post, only film after the game proved the fact that he had "scored".
That brought back some memories. It was against Aston Villa back in '67 I was stood behind the goal at the Milton Road end and it definately 'went in'. Ron scored 4 that day in a 6-2 win.
That was my first ever game - no wonder I went again!
[quote][p][bold]spyware[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I remember big Ron - but from memory he was only lethal with his head? Don't think he had the same shooting prowess or the killer instinct with his feet. Maybe I'm biased as I was only a young 'un back then - but a more complete centre forward? Rickie Lambert for me - always though big Ron played on his toes, where as Rickie has both feet firmly on the ground.[/p][/quote]Wrong about his shooting prowess, he hit one shot so hard that when it hit the stantion inside the goal and rocketted back out, the goal wasn't given, because the referee thought it had hit the post, only film after the game proved the fact that he had "scored".[/p][/quote]That brought back some memories. It was against Aston Villa back in '67 I was stood behind the goal at the Milton Road end and it definately 'went in'. Ron scored 4 that day in a 6-2 win.[/p][/quote]That was my first ever game - no wonder I went again! St.Yorkie
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12:28pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Rising_Son says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!!

I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell.

Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder?

Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago.
Wyn Davis could jump higher, but didn't have the same degree of accuracy.
Glad you got home (well, to the South) okay RS, it was a privilage to BE THERE when Rickie reached his ton and a privilage to meet you (and Warrens and Will....)

Enjoy the next 2 matches and have a good flight home.
Thanks. I hope you got the kids back in time, and got yourself back to France in good shape.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: Rickie, I hope you know all this and how much you mean to us Saints. Brilliant - well done!! I still get a wonderful feeling when Ron Davies' name is mentioned. The team around him also was so exciting and definitely some of the best days I have had watching the Saints was with that lot at The Dell. Has anyone jumped higher to head a ball than Ron Davies, I wonder? Also, anyone know how he is? I remember he was not doing so well a few years ago.[/p][/quote]Wyn Davis could jump higher, but didn't have the same degree of accuracy.[/p][/quote]Glad you got home (well, to the South) okay RS, it was a privilage to BE THERE when Rickie reached his ton and a privilage to meet you (and Warrens and Will....) Enjoy the next 2 matches and have a good flight home.[/p][/quote]Thanks. I hope you got the kids back in time, and got yourself back to France in good shape. Rising_Son
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12:31pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Puddletown Saint says...

Do not forget Joe Jordan and Ted MacDougall. Remember JJ knocking some forgeign mushs teeth out!!

MLT and Mick Channon remain the best for me and Steve Moran for that goal in the East of Hampshire.

Just a question on SRL - what are the stats on his assists both setting up and set up - sure Adam will feature highly.

Flat after Sunday but DOING QPR will make it so much better COYR
Do not forget Joe Jordan and Ted MacDougall. Remember JJ knocking some forgeign mushs teeth out!! MLT and Mick Channon remain the best for me and Steve Moran for that goal in the East of Hampshire. Just a question on SRL - what are the stats on his assists both setting up and set up - sure Adam will feature highly. Flat after Sunday but DOING QPR will make it so much better COYR Puddletown Saint
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12:52pm Mon 25 Feb 13

st1halo says...

Well done Rickie - Etching your name in our record books and in our hearts.

STID
Well done Rickie - Etching your name in our record books and in our hearts. STID st1halo
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12:55pm Mon 25 Feb 13

RedArmy1 says...

RICKIE IS IMMENSE.

HIS LEADERSHIP AND COURAGE ON THE PITCH IS THERE FOR ALL TO SEE.

HE IS SAINTS THROUGH AND THROUGH.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
MY.
WE FIGHT.WE WIN.

Note: Problem with Newcastle is that they tucked the SAINTS Fans up high and miles from the Pitch and then when Rickie celebrated - he was in front of the Newcastle Fans.

GOOD FIGHT YESTERDAYat 2-2.

Teams are gonna pressurize at Home and we should be easily able to deal with the threat in this League with the right Players played in the right positions.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.
NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER - WIN.
RICKIE IS IMMENSE. HIS LEADERSHIP AND COURAGE ON THE PITCH IS THERE FOR ALL TO SEE. HE IS SAINTS THROUGH AND THROUGH. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR MY. WE FIGHT.WE WIN. Note: Problem with Newcastle is that they tucked the SAINTS Fans up high and miles from the Pitch and then when Rickie celebrated - he was in front of the Newcastle Fans. GOOD FIGHT YESTERDAYat 2-2. Teams are gonna pressurize at Home and we should be easily able to deal with the threat in this League with the right Players played in the right positions. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER - WIN. RedArmy1
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1:10pm Mon 25 Feb 13

City Saint says...

Bring on QPR. I would have liked to beat Newcastle away, but it wasn't on my personal "must win" list.

Rangers are on that list for me (and not every game is "must win", when you think about it, even from rhis point). we have enough to beat them on Saturday if Newcastle doesn't drag us too low, morale-wise.
Bring on QPR. I would have liked to beat Newcastle away, but it wasn't on my personal "must win" list. Rangers are on that list for me (and not every game is "must win", when you think about it, even from rhis point). we have enough to beat them on Saturday if Newcastle doesn't drag us too low, morale-wise. City Saint
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1:17pm Mon 25 Feb 13

oldsaintsfan says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
As I said guys I was only a young 'un and not that savvy regards football generally. Only (yes ONLY) been watching since 1966/67.
The game has changed and so have players. Fitness is the major change I see - making the game much faster. Technology and rule changes have done their best to spoil the game in my opinion and TV has ruined it.
Every generation will have their "best in class" category - I guess we could all express our opinons to the cows come home?
For me the most talented footballer I had ever watched was MLT. Fond spot for many others, but he was the one who made me smile more than most!
That’s the problem with you youngsters – too influenced by recent performances! lol. More seriously the great thing about many of our great players from the past is that they payed for Saints. Unfortunately I suspect that the very best of them would be playing for the "mega bucks" clubs these days.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: As I said guys I was only a young 'un and not that savvy regards football generally. Only (yes ONLY) been watching since 1966/67. The game has changed and so have players. Fitness is the major change I see - making the game much faster. Technology and rule changes have done their best to spoil the game in my opinion and TV has ruined it. Every generation will have their "best in class" category - I guess we could all express our opinons to the cows come home? For me the most talented footballer I had ever watched was MLT. Fond spot for many others, but he was the one who made me smile more than most![/p][/quote]That’s the problem with you youngsters – too influenced by recent performances! lol. More seriously the great thing about many of our great players from the past is that they payed for Saints. Unfortunately I suspect that the very best of them would be playing for the "mega bucks" clubs these days. oldsaintsfan
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2:19pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

Ole stains reject 4 - stains messiah 2

the slide is back on track”
Ole stains reject 4 - stains messiah 2 the slide is back on track” Five Trophies Between Us
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2:22pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

Welcome back FTBU it's good to hear from you again. How have Pompey been getting on recently?
Welcome back FTBU it's good to hear from you again. How have Pompey been getting on recently? SO50 Saint
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2:23pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Saintsteve7 says...

Newcastle exposed our full backs lack of aerial ability. I do hope other teams don't catch on!
Newcastle exposed our full backs lack of aerial ability. I do hope other teams don't catch on! Saintsteve7
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2:35pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Welcome back FTBU it's good to hear from you again. How have Pompey been getting on recently?
still got a few trophies i hear.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Welcome back FTBU it's good to hear from you again. How have Pompey been getting on recently?[/p][/quote]still got a few trophies i hear. Five Trophies Between Us
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2:43pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

Aah that's good to know how about the trust have you donated yet?
Aah that's good to know how about the trust have you donated yet? SO50 Saint
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2:56pm Mon 25 Feb 13

business-guru says...

can't quite see why fox/jos take all the flack for what was a shocking defensive midfield display. Cork was all over the place, Lallana doing his usual "whats defending" bit and the rest just giving the ball away too often... Puncheon clearly has to play if fit so what he was doing on the bench is pretty baffling.
can't quite see why fox/jos take all the flack for what was a shocking defensive midfield display. Cork was all over the place, Lallana doing his usual "whats defending" bit and the rest just giving the ball away too often... Puncheon clearly has to play if fit so what he was doing on the bench is pretty baffling. business-guru
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2:58pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

certainly more than you
certainly more than you Five Trophies Between Us
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3:01pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
certainly more than you
Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me!
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: certainly more than you[/p][/quote]Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me! OSPREYSAINT
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3:03pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week... SO50 Saint
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3:12pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Beer Monster says...

Well done Rickie - you're an absolute legend

Go and get a hat-trick against the team led by that pasty faced skate Redkrapp
Well done Rickie - you're an absolute legend Go and get a hat-trick against the team led by that pasty faced skate Redkrapp Beer Monster
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3:14pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: certainly more than you
Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me!
dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: certainly more than you[/p][/quote]Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me![/p][/quote]dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT Five Trophies Between Us
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3:15pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest Five Trophies Between Us
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3:19pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

That is really impressive spose 7k average next year and then what about the blue square and the blue square south. And thats all considering that Pompey still exist
That is really impressive spose 7k average next year and then what about the blue square and the blue square south. And thats all considering that Pompey still exist SO50 Saint
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3:26pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: certainly more than you
Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me!
dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT
Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: certainly more than you[/p][/quote]Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me![/p][/quote]dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT[/p][/quote]Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less. OSPREYSAINT
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3:33pm Mon 25 Feb 13

anderoo says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR
coyr
Dont think you can blame Hoovield, Fox blasted the ball straight at him, so he didnt know anything about it
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: shame the day was ruined by fox and hooi, that's my moan over, must win game against QPR coyr[/p][/quote]Dont think you can blame Hoovield, Fox blasted the ball straight at him, so he didnt know anything about it anderoo
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3:33pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Folkestone Saint says...

spyware wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
I see LIDL are considering taking the Skunts to court for trying to impersonate their name with their results. A spokesperson said " We don't wish to be associated with this tiny club in any way. We know we are cheap........ but we're not THAT cheap"
I hear ARGOS have also lodged a complaint.....

Almost

Relegated

Goodbye

Obscure

Skunts
Even DFS are thinking of lodging a complaint as the skunts have had more wind-up petitions this year (as of 25.02.13.) than they have had sales

D ead
F ucking
S kates
[quote][p][bold]spyware[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: I see LIDL are considering taking the Skunts to court for trying to impersonate their name with their results. A spokesperson said " We don't wish to be associated with this tiny club in any way. We know we are cheap........ but we're not THAT cheap"[/p][/quote]I hear ARGOS have also lodged a complaint..... Almost Relegated Goodbye Obscure Skunts[/p][/quote]Even DFS are thinking of lodging a complaint as the skunts have had more wind-up petitions this year (as of 25.02.13.) than they have had sales D ead F ucking S kates Folkestone Saint
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3:34pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
To be honest is an oxymoron in your case. You wouldn't know the truth if it bit you.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]To be honest is an oxymoron in your case. You wouldn't know the truth if it bit you. OSPREYSAINT
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3:40pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
Laugh I do lots. Oh look that's LIDL for short. Keep posting it keeps us amused. Your jealousy anger and pain at our vastly superior position come shining through. It must hurt. We feel your pain. No feel is the wrong word. Try ENJOY.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]Laugh I do lots. Oh look that's LIDL for short. Keep posting it keeps us amused. Your jealousy anger and pain at our vastly superior position come shining through. It must hurt. We feel your pain. No feel is the wrong word. Try ENJOY. Clever Dick
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3:41pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: certainly more than you
Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me!
dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT
Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less.
n Dr Kelly just felt like life wasnt worth living, n rickie to play 4 england soon
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: certainly more than you[/p][/quote]Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me![/p][/quote]dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT[/p][/quote]Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less.[/p][/quote]n Dr Kelly just felt like life wasnt worth living, n rickie to play 4 england soon Five Trophies Between Us
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3:42pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up Folkestone Saint
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3:54pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: certainly more than you
Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me!
dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT
Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less.
n Dr Kelly just felt like life wasnt worth living, n rickie to play 4 england soon
How much of your contribution has funded PKF? http://www.bbc.co.uk
/sport/0/football/21
574331
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: certainly more than you[/p][/quote]Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me![/p][/quote]dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT[/p][/quote]Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less.[/p][/quote]n Dr Kelly just felt like life wasnt worth living, n rickie to play 4 england soon[/p][/quote]How much of your contribution has funded PKF? http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/21 574331 OSPREYSAINT
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4:35pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SaintMax says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
Laugh I do lots. Oh look that's LIDL for short. Keep posting it keeps us amused. Your jealousy anger and pain at our vastly superior position come shining through. It must hurt. We feel your pain. No feel is the wrong word. Try ENJOY.
Hey thats a good point. Is it true that LiDL are thinking about sponsoring the skates cos they seem to promote the store most weeks?
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]Laugh I do lots. Oh look that's LIDL for short. Keep posting it keeps us amused. Your jealousy anger and pain at our vastly superior position come shining through. It must hurt. We feel your pain. No feel is the wrong word. Try ENJOY.[/p][/quote]Hey thats a good point. Is it true that LiDL are thinking about sponsoring the skates cos they seem to promote the store most weeks? SaintMax
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4:37pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up
ST's dont count. cheatin again
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up[/p][/quote]ST's dont count. cheatin again Five Trophies Between Us
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4:46pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Eastbourne Outpost says...

LLLLLLLLLast time I looked they were about 3 games from relegation.
LLLLLLLLLast time I looked they were about 3 games from relegation. Eastbourne Outpost
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5:06pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

SaintMax wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
Laugh I do lots. Oh look that's LIDL for short. Keep posting it keeps us amused. Your jealousy anger and pain at our vastly superior position come shining through. It must hurt. We feel your pain. No feel is the wrong word. Try ENJOY.
Hey thats a good point. Is it true that LiDL are thinking about sponsoring the skates cos they seem to promote the store most weeks?
Probably. Laughingstock Is Dropping Likeastone. Oops I did it again. I think I got away with it though!
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]Laugh I do lots. Oh look that's LIDL for short. Keep posting it keeps us amused. Your jealousy anger and pain at our vastly superior position come shining through. It must hurt. We feel your pain. No feel is the wrong word. Try ENJOY.[/p][/quote]Hey thats a good point. Is it true that LiDL are thinking about sponsoring the skates cos they seem to promote the store most weeks?[/p][/quote]Probably. Laughingstock Is Dropping Likeastone. Oops I did it again. I think I got away with it though! Clever Dick
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6:13pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up
ST's dont count. cheatin again
I was telling you why it says 12k not asking why take you head out of the sand, watch the arsenal/villa game, again it says sold out but still quite a few empty seats again due to st's
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up[/p][/quote]ST's dont count. cheatin again[/p][/quote]I was telling you why it says 12k not asking why take you head out of the sand, watch the arsenal/villa game, again it says sold out but still quite a few empty seats again due to st's Folkestone Saint
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6:14pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up
ST's dont count. cheatin again
You are the experts on cheating, but how can you say that Season Ticket holders don't count? They are part of the lifeblood of the Club.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up[/p][/quote]ST's dont count. cheatin again[/p][/quote]You are the experts on cheating, but how can you say that Season Ticket holders don't count? They are part of the lifeblood of the Club. OSPREYSAINT
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6:18pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Rising_Son says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...
12k average this year. be honest
That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up
ST's dont count. cheatin again
You are the experts on cheating, but how can you say that Season Ticket holders don't count? They are part of the lifeblood of the Club.
Do they have any blood left?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Ah that's good i'm sure that penny will go along way to ensuring your clubs survival at the end of the day you still have great support 10,000 people turning up each week dressed as a seat. I'd hate to think how much revenue you would lose if the ground was only half full each week...[/p][/quote]12k average this year. be honest[/p][/quote]That 12k is tickets sold including season tickets, not how many turned up, or in your case how many didn't turn up[/p][/quote]ST's dont count. cheatin again[/p][/quote]You are the experts on cheating, but how can you say that Season Ticket holders don't count? They are part of the lifeblood of the Club.[/p][/quote]Do they have any blood left? Rising_Son
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7:40pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: certainly more than you
Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me!
dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT
Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less.
n Dr Kelly just felt like life wasnt worth living, n rickie to play 4 england soon
How much of your contribution has funded PKF? http://www.bbc.co.uk

/sport/0/football/21

574331
PKF have requested a six month extension to the administration, obviously haven't bled them dry yet.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: certainly more than you[/p][/quote]Hey 5trop, am I dreaming or did you post on Rickies goal thread with a jibe about him beining 19 Stone 5 pounds? It has disappeared mysteriously, he is however currently showing as 76.7 kg, around 12 stone 1 pound, lighter even than me![/p][/quote]dont believe it. they dont like the truth here, he is 19.5 stones FACT[/p][/quote]Sorry 5trop,you are not telling the truth, his official quoted weight is 12 stone One pound, 76.7 kg, no more no less.[/p][/quote]n Dr Kelly just felt like life wasnt worth living, n rickie to play 4 england soon[/p][/quote]How much of your contribution has funded PKF? http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/21 574331[/p][/quote]PKF have requested a six month extension to the administration, obviously haven't bled them dry yet. OSPREYSAINT
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10:06am Tue 26 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

Someone went very quiet very quickly not mentioning any names on this thread.
Someone went very quiet very quickly not mentioning any names on this thread. SO50 Saint
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9:29am Wed 27 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

NIGEL ADKINS
NIGEL ADKINS Alicesdad
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