Saints' £3.5m defender committed to club

Vegard Forren

Vegard Forren

First published in Sport Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Sports Reporter

Vegard Forren will return to pre-season training ready to challenge for a regular place in the Saints team.

Forren, below, is yet to play for the club, despite joining in a £3.5m deal from Norwegian side Molde last January.

Despite his lack of playing time, the 25-year-old’s representative, Jim Solbakken, said he “absolutely” intends to remain with the club and that he is “definitely” seen as part of Saints’ plans.

Solbakken revealed that, because Norway’s top division had finished its season in November last year, it was agreed at the time of Forren’s arrival that he was being signed with a view to next season, rather than the one just finished.

“When we took Vegard to Southampton it was obviously in the middle of the season (in England) and he came from holiday, so it was agreed he was going to build his fitness towards this summer’s pre-season and upcoming season,” said Solbakken.

“It is obviously a huge step for a player coming from Norway to the Premier League and it takes time. “He is patient, ready and committed to that. “We knew what was coming and we all agreed.”

Solbakken admitted that Forren had hoped he could be involved late in the season, but that he accepted the decision to hold him back, especially as Saints did not wrap up survival until the final week of the campaign.

“He is ready to work hard and try to get a regular spot at the club,” he said. “He is working hard during the summer as well to come back fit and strong.”

To earn a place in the side, Forren will have to dislodge at least two of Maya Yoshida, José Fonte and Jos Hooiveld, who have been ahead of him in the pecking order at centre half.

Saints are also understood to be considering bringing in another player in that position this summer, which would further increase the competition.

But the club will certainly hope to also see the best of Norwegian international Forren after a full pre-season.

The player has already received the endorsement of his fellow countryman and former Saints captain Claus Lundekvam, who said after his signing: “He’s the biggest centre half talent we have had in Norway for quite a while.

“He’s a very modern centre half. “He’s very good on the ball and he reads the game well. “He’s strong one-against-one, and he’s a bit like me in that he likes to play – he likes to start the attack and join in.”

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7:13am Sat 8 Jun 13

Little Hitler says...

This all sounds like common sense to me, I'm quite sure he is a good player and not the flop that some are making him out to be. After all, he was essentially MP's first signing so it wouldn't make sense / be very concerning if he ended up never playing for us.

My only reservation is why we didn't see him at the Stoke game. We were safe then so it was a good opportunity to give him some game time.

Perhaps his failure to break through is to the credit of our other players who all put in a massive shift since he signed. With this in mind, you could argue that he's already been a good signing as it made everyone step up their game.
This all sounds like common sense to me, I'm quite sure he is a good player and not the flop that some are making him out to be. After all, he was essentially MP's first signing so it wouldn't make sense / be very concerning if he ended up never playing for us. My only reservation is why we didn't see him at the Stoke game. We were safe then so it was a good opportunity to give him some game time. Perhaps his failure to break through is to the credit of our other players who all put in a massive shift since he signed. With this in mind, you could argue that he's already been a good signing as it made everyone step up their game. Little Hitler
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8:27am Sat 8 Jun 13

Buddy SFC says...

We all await with interest ...............

Great competition and a deeper squad which we will need next year ......... We won't again have such an injury free season especially if we start to perform in the Cup competitions ..........

Can't wait !
We all await with interest ............... Great competition and a deeper squad which we will need next year ......... We won't again have such an injury free season especially if we start to perform in the Cup competitions .......... Can't wait ! Buddy SFC
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9:26am Sat 8 Jun 13

St Retford says...

The thing with Norwegians is that they're prone to severe depression. Even the cheery ones. I think I can speak for everyone when I say my favourite Norwegian pop trio of the 1980s was A-ha but have you ever listened to their lyrics? Take 'The Sun Always Shines On TV', which is a haunting and moving essay about the dislocation between man's isolation under 20th century late capitalism and the way our lives are sold back to us via the mass media.

'I fear the crazed and lonely looks the mirror's sending me these days," it begins, before going on plead - partly as courtroom alibi, partly as church confession - "Please don't ask me to defend the shameful lowlands of the way I'm drifting gloomily through time."

Seriously, it's like Ian Curtis meets Kurt Cobain, and this from a man who was selling millions of records and doing the sex on supermodels. What kind of angst must Vegard be going through with his omission from the squad?

Someone needs to keep an eye on him. Maybe take him to the forest and play frisbee. That sort of thing...
The thing with Norwegians is that they're prone to severe depression. Even the cheery ones. I think I can speak for everyone when I say my favourite Norwegian pop trio of the 1980s was A-ha but have you ever listened to their lyrics? Take 'The Sun Always Shines On TV', which is a haunting and moving essay about the dislocation between man's isolation under 20th century late capitalism and the way our lives are sold back to us via the mass media. 'I fear the crazed and lonely looks the mirror's sending me these days," it begins, before going on plead - partly as courtroom alibi, partly as church confession - "Please don't ask me to defend the shameful lowlands of the way I'm drifting gloomily through time." Seriously, it's like Ian Curtis meets Kurt Cobain, and this from a man who was selling millions of records and doing the sex on supermodels. What kind of angst must Vegard be going through with his omission from the squad? Someone needs to keep an eye on him. Maybe take him to the forest and play frisbee. That sort of thing... St Retford
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9:30am Sat 8 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Confucious wrote:
I'm the last one to generalise about nations and races, but it's obvious the club always knew it would take 6 months or more before Forren stopped smelling of kippers. As Norwegian Saint will testify, all Scandinavians smell of smoked fish and that's obviously one pong that doesn't go down well with us at St Marys.

Also, since it's night time from November to February, people there get very bored and depressed and as a result make world famously dull cars, agonisingly gloomy movies and commit suicide a lot.

By August Forren will not only smell okay, but will also be quite cheerful and well up for the new season.
He seems very static, maybe he's topped himself what with the shame of being fishy n all? If he has we'd best sell him on.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I'm the last one to generalise about nations and races, but it's obvious the club always knew it would take 6 months or more before Forren stopped smelling of kippers. As Norwegian Saint will testify, all Scandinavians smell of smoked fish and that's obviously one pong that doesn't go down well with us at St Marys. Also, since it's night time from November to February, people there get very bored and depressed and as a result make world famously dull cars, agonisingly gloomy movies and commit suicide a lot. By August Forren will not only smell okay, but will also be quite cheerful and well up for the new season.[/p][/quote]He seems very static, maybe he's topped himself what with the shame of being fishy n all? If he has we'd best sell him on. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:35am Sat 8 Jun 13

miltonarcher says...

Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole. miltonarcher
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9:36am Sat 8 Jun 13

Costa Baz says...

Is this just "agent hype"?

Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season?

Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away?
Is this just "agent hype"? Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season? Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away? Costa Baz
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9:37am Sat 8 Jun 13

St Retford says...

miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer. St Retford
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9:46am Sat 8 Jun 13

St Retford says...

Costa Baz wrote:
Is this just "agent hype"?

Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season?

Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away?
I think 'QPR fitness' and 'Saints fitness' are two very different things.

I take your point, though. It doesn't take five months for a professional athlete to recover from a week in Benidorm. I think MoPo just found a system that worked and didn't want to tinker with it. There's going to be a major overhaul this summer though so now should be his time to shine.
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: Is this just "agent hype"? Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season? Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away?[/p][/quote]I think 'QPR fitness' and 'Saints fitness' are two very different things. I take your point, though. It doesn't take five months for a professional athlete to recover from a week in Benidorm. I think MoPo just found a system that worked and didn't want to tinker with it. There's going to be a major overhaul this summer though so now should be his time to shine. St Retford
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9:55am Sat 8 Jun 13

franiow says...

Hope this is correct and that we will get to see Forren next season. A player needs to be super-fit to play for Mauricio (two sets of lungs) Pochettino. A player at Espanyol said that on some training sessions you want to kill him. Work hard, Forren, and good luck.
Hope this is correct and that we will get to see Forren next season. A player needs to be super-fit to play for Mauricio (two sets of lungs) Pochettino. A player at Espanyol said that on some training sessions you want to kill him. Work hard, Forren, and good luck. franiow
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10:03am Sat 8 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Costa Baz wrote:
Is this just "agent hype"?

Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season?

Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away?
January signings are usually for immediate strengthening and we were screaming for a centre half at that time. Hope I'm wrong but sounds like an agent covering for the fact his player failed to make the grade.
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: Is this just "agent hype"? Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season? Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away?[/p][/quote]January signings are usually for immediate strengthening and we were screaming for a centre half at that time. Hope I'm wrong but sounds like an agent covering for the fact his player failed to make the grade. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:04am Sat 8 Jun 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Mmmmm.... some nasty little comments about my adopted country there...
Norway is 36th on the list of suicides just two places above UK, I guess this will change soon as the economy is so screwed over there.
Talking of screwing.... what gets us through those "dark nights"? How about the stunning women! The Vikings left you all the ugly ones, especially in Poopey.
The "race" to th pole was unfair... You had about fifty million more people to choose from!
For those who are unsure of Norway (and think we smell like a Poopey fish market living in the dark)...

http://youtu.be/2BdU
Lu4tI5M

I think you boys took a hellll of a beating!!!

;-)
Mmmmm.... some nasty little comments about my adopted country there... Norway is 36th on the list of suicides just two places above UK, I guess this will change soon as the economy is so screwed over there. Talking of screwing.... what gets us through those "dark nights"? How about the stunning women! The Vikings left you all the ugly ones, especially in Poopey. The "race" to th pole was unfair... You had about fifty million more people to choose from! For those who are unsure of Norway (and think we smell like a Poopey fish market living in the dark)... http://youtu.be/2BdU Lu4tI5M I think you boys took a hellll of a beating!!! ;-) Norwegian Saint
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10:42am Sat 8 Jun 13

Rising_Son says...

St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole. Rising_Son
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10:43am Sat 8 Jun 13

Rising_Son says...

Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.
Probably in a rush to find some southern sunshine.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.[/p][/quote]Probably in a rush to find some southern sunshine. Rising_Son
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10:50am Sat 8 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.
Yes but they didn't clarify which Pole. Fish people just can't help but cheat.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.[/p][/quote]Yes but they didn't clarify which Pole. Fish people just can't help but cheat. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:21am Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Any chance of seeing this lad play? 3.5 mill in January and this mush hasn't surfaced in a match.
Any chance of seeing this lad play? 3.5 mill in January and this mush hasn't surfaced in a match. since 1885
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11:23am Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now)

"I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit.

"But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city"

He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less.

I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting.

I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out.

Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though.

They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this.

Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position

"The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained".

It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up.

It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess.

Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it.

Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner.

Rambling observations over.
Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now) "I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit. "But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city" He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less. I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting. I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out. Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though. They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this. Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position "The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained". It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up. It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess. Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it. Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner. Rambling observations over. Thornhill Saint
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11:28am Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now)

"I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit.

"But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city"

He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less.

I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting.

I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out.

Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though.

They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this.

Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position

"The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained".

It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up.

It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess.

Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it.

Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner.

Rambling observations over.
Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now) "I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit. "But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city" He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less. I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting. I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out. Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though. They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this. Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position "The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained". It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up. It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess. Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it. Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner. Rambling observations over.[/p][/quote]Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs. since 1885
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11:33am Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now)

"I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit.

"But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city"

He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less.

I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting.

I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out.

Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though.

They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this.

Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position

"The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained".

It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up.

It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess.

Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it.

Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner.

Rambling observations over.
Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.
You are pleasant.

Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs?

I assume soimeone might be even if not me.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now) "I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit. "But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city" He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less. I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting. I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out. Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though. They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this. Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position "The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained". It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up. It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess. Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it. Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner. Rambling observations over.[/p][/quote]Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.[/p][/quote]You are pleasant. Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs? I assume soimeone might be even if not me. Thornhill Saint
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11:57am Sat 8 Jun 13

business-guru says...

Only the gullible will swallow this carp. If this was the case they would have said so up-front... He could easily have got match fit for this season.... Sorry, but its total rubbish.
Only the gullible will swallow this carp. If this was the case they would have said so up-front... He could easily have got match fit for this season.... Sorry, but its total rubbish. business-guru
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11:59am Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now)

"I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit.

"But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city"

He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less.

I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting.

I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out.

Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though.

They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this.

Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position

"The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained".

It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up.

It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess.

Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it.

Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner.

Rambling observations over.
Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.
You are pleasant.

Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs?

I assume soimeone might be even if not me.
Who's soimeone?
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now) "I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit. "But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city" He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less. I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting. I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out. Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though. They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this. Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position "The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained". It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up. It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess. Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it. Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner. Rambling observations over.[/p][/quote]Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.[/p][/quote]You are pleasant. Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs? I assume soimeone might be even if not me.[/p][/quote]Who's soimeone? since 1885
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12:04pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now)

"I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit.

"But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city"

He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less.

I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting.

I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out.

Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though.

They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this.

Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position

"The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained".

It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up.

It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess.

Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it.

Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner.

Rambling observations over.
Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.
You are pleasant.

Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs?

I assume soimeone might be even if not me.
Who's soimeone?
I don't know. You are right, it may be noone but I was giving you the benefit of the doubt.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now) "I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit. "But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city" He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less. I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting. I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out. Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though. They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this. Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position "The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained". It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up. It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess. Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it. Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner. Rambling observations over.[/p][/quote]Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.[/p][/quote]You are pleasant. Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs? I assume soimeone might be even if not me.[/p][/quote]Who's soimeone?[/p][/quote]I don't know. You are right, it may be noone but I was giving you the benefit of the doubt. Thornhill Saint
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12:40pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Confucious says...

Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.
Only because our blokes all died. The Norwegians cheated really by wearing big coats and taking lots of kippers with them to eat.

Our blokes only had jumpers and lumps of Yorkshire pudding (which froze solid).

The Norwegians only conquered completely useless cold places. When they sent their army to claim India in 1698, most died from overheating in their fur coats and the rest starved when their kippers went manky.

Forren should be okay though. You can see him in training on the official site - without a coat.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.[/p][/quote]Only because our blokes all died. The Norwegians cheated really by wearing big coats and taking lots of kippers with them to eat. Our blokes only had jumpers and lumps of Yorkshire pudding (which froze solid). The Norwegians only conquered completely useless cold places. When they sent their army to claim India in 1698, most died from overheating in their fur coats and the rest starved when their kippers went manky. Forren should be okay though. You can see him in training on the official site - without a coat. Confucious
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12:53pm Sat 8 Jun 13

TEBOURBA says...

In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza. TEBOURBA
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12:59pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now)

"I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit.

"But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city"

He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less.

I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting.

I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out.

Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though.

They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this.

Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position

"The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained".

It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up.

It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess.

Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it.

Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner.

Rambling observations over.
Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.
You are pleasant.

Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs?

I assume soimeone might be even if not me.
Who's soimeone?
I don't know. You are right, it may be noone but I was giving you the benefit of the doubt.
Concentrate on what's happening on the pitch son.The Echo's relationship with the club ain't gonna win us silverware. :-)
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now) "I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit. "But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city" He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less. I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting. I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out. Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though. They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this. Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position "The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained". It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up. It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess. Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it. Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner. Rambling observations over.[/p][/quote]Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.[/p][/quote]You are pleasant. Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs? I assume soimeone might be even if not me.[/p][/quote]Who's soimeone?[/p][/quote]I don't know. You are right, it may be noone but I was giving you the benefit of the doubt.[/p][/quote]Concentrate on what's happening on the pitch son.The Echo's relationship with the club ain't gonna win us silverware. :-) since 1885
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1:12pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Chriops says...

Going back to forren, it was always going to be tough. I for one was a little surprised that he didn't feature at all, but to the same degree, the tail end of the season wasn't a great time to start playing around with our defense.

Fergie always stated that January signings were basically for the following season. With Norway's season finishing in November, and Forren wanting to move, we had little choice but to sign him in the January if we really wanted him.

I for one expect him to feature next year. He's extremely comfortable on the ball which will suit our desire to play out from the back.

Lets hope that in the coming week we get news of Astori coming in, and we'll finally have real depth and a bit more quality in our defence
Going back to forren, it was always going to be tough. I for one was a little surprised that he didn't feature at all, but to the same degree, the tail end of the season wasn't a great time to start playing around with our defense. Fergie always stated that January signings were basically for the following season. With Norway's season finishing in November, and Forren wanting to move, we had little choice but to sign him in the January if we really wanted him. I for one expect him to feature next year. He's extremely comfortable on the ball which will suit our desire to play out from the back. Lets hope that in the coming week we get news of Astori coming in, and we'll finally have real depth and a bit more quality in our defence Chriops
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1:34pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.
Probably in a rush to find some southern sunshine.
And to prove it they set up the first MacDoonalsons, a great place to get a Kipperburger and a Shake

*whistles*

I'm lurving itson

STID
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.[/p][/quote]Probably in a rush to find some southern sunshine.[/p][/quote]And to prove it they set up the first MacDoonalsons, a great place to get a Kipperburger and a Shake *whistles* I'm lurving itson STID st1halo
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1:36pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now)

"I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit.

"But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city"

He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less.

I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting.

I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out.

Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though.

They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this.

Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position

"The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained".

It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up.

It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess.

Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it.

Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner.

Rambling observations over.
Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.
You are pleasant.

Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs?

I assume soimeone might be even if not me.
Who's soimeone?
Oim Soimeone!

I'm interested in all things Saints!


STID
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Interesting gossip from Laurie Mac today from the kiwi match at the Ageas Bowl (Ussually his column for me is not too relevant to the here and now) "I was also told the club was being sold which certainly suprised me more than a bit. "But don't get too carried away because he went on to say it was hoping to be bought by the current chairman who is looking for investment in the city" He does not suggest it is true and puts it in the context of gossip keeping fans ticking over until the new season but it is interesting none the less. I read the "Nicola Cortese behind the enigma" by Adam Leitch and while there is nothing really new, I thought his first hand experiences with Cortese at the beginning when the takeover happended and some of the small details such as Cortese's Aston Martin and desire to retire one day to Tuscany were interesting. I also thought his breakdown and interpretation of Pochetinno's take on Cortese were well thought out. Ussual cut and paste carp for some of it though. They make a lot of Cortese's fall out with former Saints stars. It would be good if they could look into that a bit more, from both sides, and the Echo's involvement in all this. Second to final thing I found interesting was he actually stated the Daily Echo position "The Daily Echo has been banned for more than two years for reasons still not fully explained". It would be interesting to know what they have been told as to why they are banned and we can make our own minds up. It reminds me a bit of Seedhouse and his conversation with Laurie Mac. Apparently the DE and LM are both a bit bemused about the whole thing. What did we ever do to deserve this? It may be true for all I know (Especially as Laurie Mac is getting on a bit and may have forgotten if he ever knew), but this can also be a tactic of deflection of blame for their part in this whole mess. Saints (Nicola), Echo and Former players/managers should acknowledge their part in this sort it out. I was hoping with the Benali thing being sorted it would help improve things. I would personally be dissapointed if he were still banned. If he were I am sure the Echo would have been all over it. Final thing why does the Echo refer to the Liebherr family as the owners when the club statement following Cortese's confirmation as chairman clearly states Katharina is the club owner. Rambling observations over.[/p][/quote]Who cares? A lot of speculation about things that have nothing to do with team affairs.[/p][/quote]You are pleasant. Who cares that youare highly opinionated and only care about team affairs? I assume soimeone might be even if not me.[/p][/quote]Who's soimeone?[/p][/quote]Oim Soimeone! I'm interested in all things Saints! STID st1halo
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1:40pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Stroppy_gramps says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
No one really cares what you think.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]No one really cares what you think. Stroppy_gramps
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1:44pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

This kind of stuff is relevant to the wellbeing of the club. Both articles I refer to came out today in D R with no thread including the exclusive.

How about you stick to team issues and I will comment on what I fun interesting :)
This kind of stuff is relevant to the wellbeing of the club. Both articles I refer to came out today in D R with no thread including the exclusive. How about you stick to team issues and I will comment on what I fun interesting :) Thornhill Saint
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1:51pm Sat 8 Jun 13

saintkenny says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
i think thats just it the pressure was there.mp was appointed last season to get us over the line .the signings you mentioned nigel was not getting the best out of them and they did look a waste of money .but maurico changed that jr started to look worth more than that value indeed he is on brendan rogers radar at liverpool and gr is attracting interest in italy and spain regarding gazza he is a young keeper for the future nigel claimed he was ready but the saints defense was not upto standard at the time .maybe nigels mistake was not sorting the defense that would of kept him is job.i should think maurico will sort the defense .names have been mentioned.maybe nigel was unlucky to lose is job .but could of gone after 10 games 4 points on board.like hughes at qpr but redknapp did nothing made it worse put them in more debt.at least cortesse was not as daft as fernadez and appoint a man that already set another club on a debt ridden future and his 3rd relegation from the top league !!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]i think thats just it the pressure was there.mp was appointed last season to get us over the line .the signings you mentioned nigel was not getting the best out of them and they did look a waste of money .but maurico changed that jr started to look worth more than that value indeed he is on brendan rogers radar at liverpool and gr is attracting interest in italy and spain regarding gazza he is a young keeper for the future nigel claimed he was ready but the saints defense was not upto standard at the time .maybe nigels mistake was not sorting the defense that would of kept him is job.i should think maurico will sort the defense .names have been mentioned.maybe nigel was unlucky to lose is job .but could of gone after 10 games 4 points on board.like hughes at qpr but redknapp did nothing made it worse put them in more debt.at least cortesse was not as daft as fernadez and appoint a man that already set another club on a debt ridden future and his 3rd relegation from the top league !!!!!!! saintkenny
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1:52pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Northam Block 40 says...

Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy. Northam Block 40
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1:54pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
As Forren and MP arrived at SMS on the same day, it is ridiculous to suggest that MP had anything to do with the signing. Some may say he knew he was going to be manager weeks before but this still would have been highly confidential and therefore would not be privvy to the targetting and purchasing process. It would also mean that Claus would have been aware and indeed that Vegard was lying when he said he knew nothing of the change of manager at the club in interview, let alone the fact that the timescales involved just don't fit.

Furthermore. it remains to be seen as to whether the signings you mention are a waste of money. JR has started to settle, GR may yet prove to be a very worthwhile signing as his ability is beyond doubt and Gazza may be one for the future who due to no fault of his own, was suddenly thrust into the limelight under tremendous pressure and desperate circumstances. Other signings have proved extremely astute value-wise such as Clyne, Davis, and Maya. Time will tell on the others but signing the right players is not a fool-proof system. Some will prove to be mistakes, this is always the case at every club.

STID
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]As Forren and MP arrived at SMS on the same day, it is ridiculous to suggest that MP had anything to do with the signing. Some may say he knew he was going to be manager weeks before but this still would have been highly confidential and therefore would not be privvy to the targetting and purchasing process. It would also mean that Claus would have been aware and indeed that Vegard was lying when he said he knew nothing of the change of manager at the club in interview, let alone the fact that the timescales involved just don't fit. Furthermore. it remains to be seen as to whether the signings you mention are a waste of money. JR has started to settle, GR may yet prove to be a very worthwhile signing as his ability is beyond doubt and Gazza may be one for the future who due to no fault of his own, was suddenly thrust into the limelight under tremendous pressure and desperate circumstances. Other signings have proved extremely astute value-wise such as Clyne, Davis, and Maya. Time will tell on the others but signing the right players is not a fool-proof system. Some will prove to be mistakes, this is always the case at every club. STID st1halo
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1:57pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Northam Block 40 says...

after a good decent pre season under his belt Gaston will show why we paid 12 mill for him!! cant wait to see the comments from posters who thinks hes a waste of money!! Really is gona make me chuckle!! Anymore news on 'El Zorro' or Astori??
after a good decent pre season under his belt Gaston will show why we paid 12 mill for him!! cant wait to see the comments from posters who thinks hes a waste of money!! Really is gona make me chuckle!! Anymore news on 'El Zorro' or Astori?? Northam Block 40
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2:02pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

Northam Block 40 wrote:
after a good decent pre season under his belt Gaston will show why we paid 12 mill for him!! cant wait to see the comments from posters who thinks hes a waste of money!! Really is gona make me chuckle!! Anymore news on 'El Zorro' or Astori??
I agree, all the players rate him highly and I have posted on here many times that I think he will be immense when he settles.

STID
[quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: after a good decent pre season under his belt Gaston will show why we paid 12 mill for him!! cant wait to see the comments from posters who thinks hes a waste of money!! Really is gona make me chuckle!! Anymore news on 'El Zorro' or Astori??[/p][/quote]I agree, all the players rate him highly and I have posted on here many times that I think he will be immense when he settles. STID st1halo
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2:14pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

st1halo wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
As Forren and MP arrived at SMS on the same day, it is ridiculous to suggest that MP had anything to do with the signing. Some may say he knew he was going to be manager weeks before but this still would have been highly confidential and therefore would not be privvy to the targetting and purchasing process. It would also mean that Claus would have been aware and indeed that Vegard was lying when he said he knew nothing of the change of manager at the club in interview, let alone the fact that the timescales involved just don't fit.

Furthermore. it remains to be seen as to whether the signings you mention are a waste of money. JR has started to settle, GR may yet prove to be a very worthwhile signing as his ability is beyond doubt and Gazza may be one for the future who due to no fault of his own, was suddenly thrust into the limelight under tremendous pressure and desperate circumstances. Other signings have proved extremely astute value-wise such as Clyne, Davis, and Maya. Time will tell on the others but signing the right players is not a fool-proof system. Some will prove to be mistakes, this is always the case at every club.

STID
Just to substantiate my final point, Spurs paid £15m for David Bentley 5 years ago who never made the expected impact on the team, has spent the last two years on loan and has now been released on a free.

STID
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]As Forren and MP arrived at SMS on the same day, it is ridiculous to suggest that MP had anything to do with the signing. Some may say he knew he was going to be manager weeks before but this still would have been highly confidential and therefore would not be privvy to the targetting and purchasing process. It would also mean that Claus would have been aware and indeed that Vegard was lying when he said he knew nothing of the change of manager at the club in interview, let alone the fact that the timescales involved just don't fit. Furthermore. it remains to be seen as to whether the signings you mention are a waste of money. JR has started to settle, GR may yet prove to be a very worthwhile signing as his ability is beyond doubt and Gazza may be one for the future who due to no fault of his own, was suddenly thrust into the limelight under tremendous pressure and desperate circumstances. Other signings have proved extremely astute value-wise such as Clyne, Davis, and Maya. Time will tell on the others but signing the right players is not a fool-proof system. Some will prove to be mistakes, this is always the case at every club. STID[/p][/quote]Just to substantiate my final point, Spurs paid £15m for David Bentley 5 years ago who never made the expected impact on the team, has spent the last two years on loan and has now been released on a free. STID st1halo
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2:25pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty. since 1885
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2:38pm Sat 8 Jun 13

saintkenny says...

since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
They did and most were shocked as they were when pardew was sacked .But it was av 130 million decision not a easy one to make had in not worked out and we went down cortesse would of looked fool and the fans could of turned on him after the decision but he made it.Would nigel have kept us up we may never know .Maybe cortesse thought that the premier league was above nigels level .But the thing was the timing had he sacked nigal when we were on 4 points not many would of argued the media were calling on it .But he must of felt the pressure hoping that mp would see us home .It was a huge threat to his credibility as a chairman .But it remains intact now
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]They did and most were shocked as they were when pardew was sacked .But it was av 130 million decision not a easy one to make had in not worked out and we went down cortesse would of looked fool and the fans could of turned on him after the decision but he made it.Would nigel have kept us up we may never know .Maybe cortesse thought that the premier league was above nigels level .But the thing was the timing had he sacked nigal when we were on 4 points not many would of argued the media were calling on it .But he must of felt the pressure hoping that mp would see us home .It was a huge threat to his credibility as a chairman .But it remains intact now saintkenny
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2:39pm Sat 8 Jun 13

ghk230473 says...

since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
I bet you're just a joy when out!
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]I bet you're just a joy when out! ghk230473
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2:41pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Salar says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Mmmmm.... some nasty little comments about my adopted country there...
Norway is 36th on the list of suicides just two places above UK, I guess this will change soon as the economy is so screwed over there.
Talking of screwing.... what gets us through those "dark nights"? How about the stunning women! The Vikings left you all the ugly ones, especially in Poopey.
The "race" to th pole was unfair... You had about fifty million more people to choose from!
For those who are unsure of Norway (and think we smell like a Poopey fish market living in the dark)...

http://youtu.be/2BdU

Lu4tI5M

I think you boys took a hellll of a beating!!!

;-)
You clearly know more as you live there; however on the two occasions that I have visited, I found the people very friendly and the scenery is magnificent. Nothing like Poopey. I await Forren's debut with interest.....
Even the Norwegian Blue was pining for the fjords (according to the shop keeper) ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Mmmmm.... some nasty little comments about my adopted country there... Norway is 36th on the list of suicides just two places above UK, I guess this will change soon as the economy is so screwed over there. Talking of screwing.... what gets us through those "dark nights"? How about the stunning women! The Vikings left you all the ugly ones, especially in Poopey. The "race" to th pole was unfair... You had about fifty million more people to choose from! For those who are unsure of Norway (and think we smell like a Poopey fish market living in the dark)... http://youtu.be/2BdU Lu4tI5M I think you boys took a hellll of a beating!!! ;-)[/p][/quote]You clearly know more as you live there; however on the two occasions that I have visited, I found the people very friendly and the scenery is magnificent. Nothing like Poopey. I await Forren's debut with interest..... Even the Norwegian Blue was pining for the fjords (according to the shop keeper) ;-) Salar
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2:45pm Sat 8 Jun 13

rossofficial10 says...

can someone help me out with the guly situation,

i thought last season they gave him a 1 year contract extension, but hes still here.

i assume i must of misread at the time and it must of been a 2 year deal,

any one help? lol
can someone help me out with the guly situation, i thought last season they gave him a 1 year contract extension, but hes still here. i assume i must of misread at the time and it must of been a 2 year deal, any one help? lol rossofficial10
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2:46pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Chriops says...

Northam Block 40 wrote:
after a good decent pre season under his belt Gaston will show why we paid 12 mill for him!! cant wait to see the comments from posters who thinks hes a waste of money!! Really is gona make me chuckle!! Anymore news on 'El Zorro' or Astori??
Gaston has stated that he knows him well, he's a very good player and he'd be a huge asset for southampton should he join us.
[quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: after a good decent pre season under his belt Gaston will show why we paid 12 mill for him!! cant wait to see the comments from posters who thinks hes a waste of money!! Really is gona make me chuckle!! Anymore news on 'El Zorro' or Astori??[/p][/quote]Gaston has stated that he knows him well, he's a very good player and he'd be a huge asset for southampton should he join us. Chriops
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2:49pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID st1halo
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2:51pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

rossofficial10 wrote:
can someone help me out with the guly situation,

i thought last season they gave him a 1 year contract extension, but hes still here.

i assume i must of misread at the time and it must of been a 2 year deal,

any one help? lol
All i know is he has 1 year left on his contract at the moment.


STID
[quote][p][bold]rossofficial10[/bold] wrote: can someone help me out with the guly situation, i thought last season they gave him a 1 year contract extension, but hes still here. i assume i must of misread at the time and it must of been a 2 year deal, any one help? lol[/p][/quote]All i know is he has 1 year left on his contract at the moment. STID st1halo
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2:59pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
You have strayed off of team issues Matey. Best you go back to them looking at this post ;-)
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]You have strayed off of team issues Matey. Best you go back to them looking at this post ;-) Thornhill Saint
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3:06pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
[quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential. Folkestone Saint
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3:14pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Northam Block 40 says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
well at least your have plenty of ammo to launch back at them when Gaston smashes it next season!! COYR!!!
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.[/p][/quote]well at least your have plenty of ammo to launch back at them when Gaston smashes it next season!! COYR!!! Northam Block 40
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3:16pm Sat 8 Jun 13

saintshorse101 says...

since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here. saintshorse101
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3:17pm Sat 8 Jun 13

swesaint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Is this just "agent hype"?

Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season?

Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away?
January signings are usually for immediate strengthening and we were screaming for a centre half at that time. Hope I'm wrong but sounds like an agent covering for the fact his player failed to make the grade.
Samba came out after the season saying he was not fit enough for the league.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: Is this just "agent hype"? Just my opinion, but if he's good enough for next season, and as good as or better than the players we have, wouldn't Saints have been able to get him fit enough to play some part, last season? Didn't QPR bring Samba in from Russia, when their season had also ended, and play him straight away?[/p][/quote]January signings are usually for immediate strengthening and we were screaming for a centre half at that time. Hope I'm wrong but sounds like an agent covering for the fact his player failed to make the grade.[/p][/quote]Samba came out after the season saying he was not fit enough for the league. swesaint
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3:22pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
When Spurs first signed Bale, a lot of their fans thought he was a waste of money. Not many dissenters now though eh?

STID
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.[/p][/quote]When Spurs first signed Bale, a lot of their fans thought he was a waste of money. Not many dissenters now though eh? STID st1halo
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3:26pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Costa Baz says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented.

What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League.

Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity.

I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.[/p][/quote]You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented. What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League. Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity. I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it. Costa Baz
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3:28pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Costa Baz wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented.

What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League.

Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity.

I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.
Agreed!
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.[/p][/quote]You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented. What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League. Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity. I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.[/p][/quote]Agreed! Thornhill Saint
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3:35pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Costa Baz says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented.

What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League.

Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity.

I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.
Agreed!
Looks like he wants to stay.

http://tinyurl.com/p
dnj7w9
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.[/p][/quote]You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented. What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League. Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity. I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.[/p][/quote]Agreed![/p][/quote]Looks like he wants to stay. http://tinyurl.com/p dnj7w9 Costa Baz
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3:47pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Northam Block 40 says...

Costa Baz wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented.

What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League.

Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity.

I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.
Agreed!
Looks like he wants to stay.

http://tinyurl.com/p

dnj7w9
that link proves hes a stayer!!
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.[/p][/quote]You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented. What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League. Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity. I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.[/p][/quote]Agreed![/p][/quote]Looks like he wants to stay. http://tinyurl.com/p dnj7w9[/p][/quote]that link proves hes a stayer!! Northam Block 40
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5:32pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Northam Block 40 wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
Northam Block 40 wrote:
Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.
I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.
You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented.

What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League.

Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity.

I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.
Agreed!
Looks like he wants to stay.

http://tinyurl.com/p


dnj7w9
that link proves hes a stayer!!
Good link

"I want to repay the trust of the club. I'm happy in England and I have always dreamed of playing in the Premier League."

Also intersting how the article actually rates Gaston's first season highly.

"The Uruguay international enjoyed an impressive first season in the Premier League, scoring five goals,"

Some Saints fans apparently know better though that he is in fact rubbish.

I think Costa Baz's point about his role in our goals is an important one.
[quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Northam Block 40[/bold] wrote: Love how inpateint some people are! Forren, Jay Rod, Mayuka and Gaston are gona be amazing next season and i cant wait to say i told you so! Teboura whatever your name is thats mainly aimed at you!! now jog on back to league 2, theres a good boy.[/p][/quote]I was ripped into when I said IMO Gaston is a genious, there were signs this season that he is but some are so blind and they were quite rude to me, I'm glad I am not the only one who can see his potential.[/p][/quote]You only have to watch all the goals on Saints Player, and watch the part GR played in the build up to some of the goals, as well as his own goals and assists, to realise that he is very talented. What most people forget is that he is still very young and had to acclimatise to life in the UK, as well as football in the Premier League. Get one or two players, with similar touch, plus pace (Gonzalo Bueno for example) and GR's flicks between defenders will have someone getting on the end of them with more regularity. I hope he stays, but if he doesn't, I hope he goes sooner, rather than later, so that MP can build around it.[/p][/quote]Agreed![/p][/quote]Looks like he wants to stay. http://tinyurl.com/p dnj7w9[/p][/quote]that link proves hes a stayer!![/p][/quote]Good link "I want to repay the trust of the club. I'm happy in England and I have always dreamed of playing in the Premier League." Also intersting how the article actually rates Gaston's first season highly. "The Uruguay international enjoyed an impressive first season in the Premier League, scoring five goals," Some Saints fans apparently know better though that he is in fact rubbish. I think Costa Baz's point about his role in our goals is an important one. Thornhill Saint
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5:34pm Sat 8 Jun 13

TEBOURBA says...

Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated!
Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss!
Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision.
Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel.
Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his!
What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out!
Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated! Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss! Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision. Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel. Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his! What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out! TEBOURBA
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5:54pm Sat 8 Jun 13

promised land says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated!
Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss!
Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision.
Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel.
Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his!
What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out!
Try looking at the bigger picture. You appear uncomfortable outside of your comfort zone. Maybe I'll get you a comfort blanket ? I like many other Saints fans we can see a brighter future with the style of football being instilled into the current crop and future players coming in. Foundations are being formed with purpose. unlike some club down the road.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated! Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss! Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision. Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel. Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his! What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out![/p][/quote]Try looking at the bigger picture. You appear uncomfortable outside of your comfort zone. Maybe I'll get you a comfort blanket ? I like many other Saints fans we can see a brighter future with the style of football being instilled into the current crop and future players coming in. Foundations are being formed with purpose. unlike some club down the road. promised land
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6:03pm Sat 8 Jun 13

saintkenny says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated!
Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss!
Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision.
Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel.
Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his!
What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out!
thinks thats wrong had he stuck with nigal we could of been relegated .at no time under maurico did we get 4 points after a 10 game sequence we got no where near playing more attacking football winning games we were not expected to clearly the team was better under maurico and the signings were under performing under nigel .But maurico turned that round thanks to cortesses shrewd appointment .decisions he has made which as always been right for the club.since coming in with marcus liebher the club as just gone from strength to strength .He just makes sure he gets the people who can do the job properly at each level .And this is why he refused to pay solent interiors for that very reason which is perfectly fair .as they did not do the work they were asked to do even then it was below standard for the state of the art training ground at staplewood .And mr cortesse as the backing of the liebhers a new four year contract so he will be around smoke that gosport muppet and confirmed portsmouth fan .looking forward to league 2 ?????????
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated! Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss! Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision. Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel. Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his! What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out![/p][/quote]thinks thats wrong had he stuck with nigal we could of been relegated .at no time under maurico did we get 4 points after a 10 game sequence we got no where near playing more attacking football winning games we were not expected to clearly the team was better under maurico and the signings were under performing under nigel .But maurico turned that round thanks to cortesses shrewd appointment .decisions he has made which as always been right for the club.since coming in with marcus liebher the club as just gone from strength to strength .He just makes sure he gets the people who can do the job properly at each level .And this is why he refused to pay solent interiors for that very reason which is perfectly fair .as they did not do the work they were asked to do even then it was below standard for the state of the art training ground at staplewood .And mr cortesse as the backing of the liebhers a new four year contract so he will be around smoke that gosport muppet and confirmed portsmouth fan .looking forward to league 2 ????????? saintkenny
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6:07pm Sat 8 Jun 13

saintkenny says...

promised land wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated!
Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss!
Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision.
Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel.
Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his!
What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out!
Try looking at the bigger picture. You appear uncomfortable outside of your comfort zone. Maybe I'll get you a comfort blanket ? I like many other Saints fans we can see a brighter future with the style of football being instilled into the current crop and future players coming in. Foundations are being formed with purpose. unlike some club down the road.
the guy is a pompey fan gosport resident has it for cortesse because he refused to pay solent interiors a building company from gosport.give nothing but abuse to nicola cortesse for that reason only
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated! Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss! Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision. Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel. Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his! What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out![/p][/quote]Try looking at the bigger picture. You appear uncomfortable outside of your comfort zone. Maybe I'll get you a comfort blanket ? I like many other Saints fans we can see a brighter future with the style of football being instilled into the current crop and future players coming in. Foundations are being formed with purpose. unlike some club down the road.[/p][/quote]the guy is a pompey fan gosport resident has it for cortesse because he refused to pay solent interiors a building company from gosport.give nothing but abuse to nicola cortesse for that reason only saintkenny
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6:25pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintkenny wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated!
Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss!
Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision.
Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel.
Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his!
What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out!
thinks thats wrong had he stuck with nigal we could of been relegated .at no time under maurico did we get 4 points after a 10 game sequence we got no where near playing more attacking football winning games we were not expected to clearly the team was better under maurico and the signings were under performing under nigel .But maurico turned that round thanks to cortesses shrewd appointment .decisions he has made which as always been right for the club.since coming in with marcus liebher the club as just gone from strength to strength .He just makes sure he gets the people who can do the job properly at each level .And this is why he refused to pay solent interiors for that very reason which is perfectly fair .as they did not do the work they were asked to do even then it was below standard for the state of the art training ground at staplewood .And mr cortesse as the backing of the liebhers a new four year contract so he will be around smoke that gosport muppet and confirmed portsmouth fan .looking forward to league 2 ?????????
Mcdermott had a similar purple patch and Reading stuck with him until it was too late.

On the face of it Saints made the right decision (we are in the premier league) Reading did not (They are in the Championship.

You can't tell what would have happended if the decisions were reversed. You can only judge them on the outcome.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated! Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss! Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision. Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel. Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his! What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out![/p][/quote]thinks thats wrong had he stuck with nigal we could of been relegated .at no time under maurico did we get 4 points after a 10 game sequence we got no where near playing more attacking football winning games we were not expected to clearly the team was better under maurico and the signings were under performing under nigel .But maurico turned that round thanks to cortesses shrewd appointment .decisions he has made which as always been right for the club.since coming in with marcus liebher the club as just gone from strength to strength .He just makes sure he gets the people who can do the job properly at each level .And this is why he refused to pay solent interiors for that very reason which is perfectly fair .as they did not do the work they were asked to do even then it was below standard for the state of the art training ground at staplewood .And mr cortesse as the backing of the liebhers a new four year contract so he will be around smoke that gosport muppet and confirmed portsmouth fan .looking forward to league 2 ?????????[/p][/quote]Mcdermott had a similar purple patch and Reading stuck with him until it was too late. On the face of it Saints made the right decision (we are in the premier league) Reading did not (They are in the Championship. You can't tell what would have happended if the decisions were reversed. You can only judge them on the outcome. Thornhill Saint
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6:27pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Clever Dick says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated!
Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss!
Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision.
Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel.
Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his!
What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out!
But then again perhaps our "thinking chairman and manager" were already confident that we were too good to go down and they were in fact building for the future. If so they were proven to be 100% correct in that assumption. So it would also seem that they were "sensible" too, as we clearly didn't need to strengthen. The original squad stepped up a level, particularly the defence, and only time will tell whether Forren is good enough or not.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated! Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss! Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision. Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel. Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his! What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out![/p][/quote]But then again perhaps our "thinking chairman and manager" were already confident that we were too good to go down and they were in fact building for the future. If so they were proven to be 100% correct in that assumption. So it would also seem that they were "sensible" too, as we clearly didn't need to strengthen. The original squad stepped up a level, particularly the defence, and only time will tell whether Forren is good enough or not. Clever Dick
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6:37pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated!
Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss!
Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision.
Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel.
Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his!
What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out!
You don't know wtf you are talking about and are always wrong



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STID
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Using only a very small amount of common sense, most thinking people would agree that when you are battling against relegation, the sensible thing to do would be to spend £3.4 m on immediately strengthening the team and avoiding relegation rather than investing in the future when you may have been relegated! Thinking and sensible, are the key words, which rules out the happy clappers, Pinocchio and his Boss! Remember Nigel won more points in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his, so appointing him was a retrograde decision. Forren was definitely a Pinocchio signing and choice, as Cortese had told him some 6 weeks before brutally sacking Nigel that Pinocchio and his puppet friends would take over from Nigel. Remember happy clappers that Nigel had turned the ship around and had a better record in his last 12 games than Pinocchio did in his! What goes around comes around as Mr Cortese will soon find out![/p][/quote]You don't know wtf you are talking about and are always wrong http://www.sportingl ife.com/football/new s/article/165/839891 5/adkins-coy-on-forr en-bid STID st1halo
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6:43pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.
I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.[/p][/quote]I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel. since 1885
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6:50pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one. since 1885
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6:51pm Sat 8 Jun 13

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

If you are watching the U21 game Eng vs Nor .. it shows that all the possession in the world counts for nothing.

Hoddle likes England better when they keep the ball .. not the complete solution to WIN games.

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO BOOST STRIKE.

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO STRENGTHEN THEIR DEFENCE.

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN ADD A GOAL SCORING OPTION IN MIDFIELD TO IMPROVE.

Get the Shrink in on Adam - can't have a Captain Average next season.

Let's not have another Season with more of the same - getting draws at Home with the odd Win and scrapping for any sort of result Away.

It's tough being a SAINTS SUPPORTER with all the secrecy at the Club and no news of signings.

NEVER ACCEPT SECOND BEST FOR THIS CLUB.

RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.
COYR.
If you are watching the U21 game Eng vs Nor .. it shows that all the possession in the world counts for nothing. Hoddle likes England better when they keep the ball .. not the complete solution to WIN games. THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO BOOST STRIKE. THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO STRENGTHEN THEIR DEFENCE. THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN ADD A GOAL SCORING OPTION IN MIDFIELD TO IMPROVE. Get the Shrink in on Adam - can't have a Captain Average next season. Let's not have another Season with more of the same - getting draws at Home with the odd Win and scrapping for any sort of result Away. It's tough being a SAINTS SUPPORTER with all the secrecy at the Club and no news of signings. NEVER ACCEPT SECOND BEST FOR THIS CLUB. RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. COYR. REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
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6:58pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Woohooooo.....
Eng U-21 1-3 Norway U-21

Tony Blair
Dame Judy Dench
Seb Coe
Bruce Forsyth
Little n Large
Prince Harry (Hewitt)
Kate Winslet
Big Ben
Stuart Pearce
Queen Elisabeth II
The cast of Downton Abbey
Jimmy Nail
Paul Gascoigne
Bobby Davro
James Bond
Michael Fish
Postman Pat
Paul McCartney
....
....
....

Your boys took "one helllllllllll of a beating"!!!!!
Woohooooo..... Eng U-21 1-3 Norway U-21 Tony Blair Dame Judy Dench Seb Coe Bruce Forsyth Little n Large Prince Harry (Hewitt) Kate Winslet Big Ben Stuart Pearce Queen Elisabeth II The cast of Downton Abbey Jimmy Nail Paul Gascoigne Bobby Davro James Bond Michael Fish Postman Pat Paul McCartney .... .... .... Your boys took "one helllllllllll of a beating"!!!!! Norwegian Saint
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6:59pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
If you are watching the U21 game Eng vs Nor .. it shows that all the possession in the world counts for nothing.

Hoddle likes England better when they keep the ball .. not the complete solution to WIN games.

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO BOOST STRIKE.

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO STRENGTHEN THEIR DEFENCE.

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN ADD A GOAL SCORING OPTION IN MIDFIELD TO IMPROVE.

Get the Shrink in on Adam - can't have a Captain Average next season.

Let's not have another Season with more of the same - getting draws at Home with the odd Win and scrapping for any sort of result Away.

It's tough being a SAINTS SUPPORTER with all the secrecy at the Club and no news of signings.

NEVER ACCEPT SECOND BEST FOR THIS CLUB.

RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.
COYR.
Laurie Mac said in todays echo any manager worth his salt would prefer news on signings to be kept under wraps until the deal is done. I believe (I may be wrong) this will not be until 1st July.

According to Laurie mac, MP in this sense is worth his salt.

If there is no news on or around 1st July I would be a bit more concerned.
[quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: If you are watching the U21 game Eng vs Nor .. it shows that all the possession in the world counts for nothing. Hoddle likes England better when they keep the ball .. not the complete solution to WIN games. THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO BOOST STRIKE. THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON NEED TO STRENGTHEN THEIR DEFENCE. THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN ADD A GOAL SCORING OPTION IN MIDFIELD TO IMPROVE. Get the Shrink in on Adam - can't have a Captain Average next season. Let's not have another Season with more of the same - getting draws at Home with the odd Win and scrapping for any sort of result Away. It's tough being a SAINTS SUPPORTER with all the secrecy at the Club and no news of signings. NEVER ACCEPT SECOND BEST FOR THIS CLUB. RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. COYR.[/p][/quote]Laurie Mac said in todays echo any manager worth his salt would prefer news on signings to be kept under wraps until the deal is done. I believe (I may be wrong) this will not be until 1st July. According to Laurie mac, MP in this sense is worth his salt. If there is no news on or around 1st July I would be a bit more concerned. Thornhill Saint
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7:03pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

We will probably also here some really good news when season tickets go on general sale.
We will probably also here some really good news when season tickets go on general sale. Thornhill Saint
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7:06pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Baddesley Bill says...

since 1885 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game.

There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.[/p][/quote]Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game. There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR Baddesley Bill
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7:13pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game.

There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR
True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.[/p][/quote]Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game. There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR[/p][/quote]True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing. since 1885
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7:25pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.
I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.
A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name
properly wouldn't they ?.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.[/p][/quote]I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.[/p][/quote]A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they ?. arfer phesache
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7:31pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.
I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.
A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name
properly wouldn't they ?.
Evening OSPREY. I was right about you being Saintshorse. Caught you out yet again son. :-)
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.[/p][/quote]I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.[/p][/quote]A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they ?.[/p][/quote]Evening OSPREY. I was right about you being Saintshorse. Caught you out yet again son. :-) since 1885
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7:43pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.
I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.
A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name
properly wouldn't they ?.
Evening OSPREY. I was right about you being Saintshorse. Caught you out yet again son. :-)
Your getting slightly paranoid now aren't you.

And you haven't caught anybody out.
And as I said, any proper saints fan would know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.[/p][/quote]I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.[/p][/quote]A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they ?.[/p][/quote]Evening OSPREY. I was right about you being Saintshorse. Caught you out yet again son. :-)[/p][/quote]Your getting slightly paranoid now aren't you. And you haven't caught anybody out. And as I said, any proper saints fan would know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they. arfer phesache
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7:45pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.
I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.
A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name
properly wouldn't they ?.
Evening OSPREY. I was right about you being Saintshorse. Caught you out yet again son. :-)
Your getting slightly paranoid now aren't you.

And you haven't caught anybody out.
And as I said, any proper saints fan would know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they.
I caught you out before and you admitted to it and also to having had another login.Just how many logins do you have sunshine? This makes three plus the OSPREY one. lol. Mate you need to get out the house a bit more. :-)
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.[/p][/quote]I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.[/p][/quote]A true diehard Saints fan, would also know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they ?.[/p][/quote]Evening OSPREY. I was right about you being Saintshorse. Caught you out yet again son. :-)[/p][/quote]Your getting slightly paranoid now aren't you. And you haven't caught anybody out. And as I said, any proper saints fan would know how to spell the chairman's name properly wouldn't they.[/p][/quote]I caught you out before and you admitted to it and also to having had another login.Just how many logins do you have sunshine? This makes three plus the OSPREY one. lol. Mate you need to get out the house a bit more. :-) since 1885
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7:45pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Baddesley Bill says...

since 1885 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game.

There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR
True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.
My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with.

You must have a good one there 1885.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.[/p][/quote]Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game. There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR[/p][/quote]True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.[/p][/quote]My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with. You must have a good one there 1885. Baddesley Bill
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7:52pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that. arfer phesache
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7:56pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.
I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.
Maybe you should send him another one at Reading just to make sure he gets it. You could even send him a picture of yourself in your silly outfit.

Could freak out good ol Nige but at least it may help you through the grieving process and finally afford you some closure.

Just trying to be helpful.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]"the real saints fans" that's a bit ironic coming from you! you are not a saints fan are you. "no loyalty"? sorry but being a saints fan I support the saints, funny that isn't it. if you want to show loyalty to NA then go support Reading. as a saints fan a will continue to support saints and thank NA for his time here.[/p][/quote]I love you too horsey.Firstly I would be willing to wager that I am a bigger diehard Saints fan than you. So there! And how exactly have you thanked Nigel? Have you written to him? I have. But I doubt Corteze's flunkies forwarded it to Nigel.[/p][/quote]Maybe you should send him another one at Reading just to make sure he gets it. You could even send him a picture of yourself in your silly outfit. Could freak out good ol Nige but at least it may help you through the grieving process and finally afford you some closure. Just trying to be helpful. Thornhill Saint
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7:56pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-) since 1885
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7:59pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game.

There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR
True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.
My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with.

You must have a good one there 1885.
You try living with her Bill. You are no walk in the park, your other half must also be worthy of a Purple Heart award. :-)
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.[/p][/quote]Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game. There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR[/p][/quote]True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.[/p][/quote]My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with. You must have a good one there 1885.[/p][/quote]You try living with her Bill. You are no walk in the park, your other half must also be worthy of a Purple Heart award. :-) since 1885
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7:59pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult. arfer phesache
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8:08pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-) since 1885
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8:12pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ? arfer phesache
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8:15pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-) since 1885
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8:20pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint. arfer phesache
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8:21pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Lol :-) Nighty night OSPREYSAINT.
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Lol :-) Nighty night OSPREYSAINT. since 1885
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8:24pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Baddesley Bill says...

since 1885 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game.

There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR
True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.
My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with.

You must have a good one there 1885.
You try living with her Bill. You are no walk in the park, your other half must also be worthy of a Purple Heart award. :-)
For your other half's sake...you need to step away from your keyboard.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.[/p][/quote]Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game. There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR[/p][/quote]True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.[/p][/quote]My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with. You must have a good one there 1885.[/p][/quote]You try living with her Bill. You are no walk in the park, your other half must also be worthy of a Purple Heart award. :-)[/p][/quote]For your other half's sake...you need to step away from your keyboard. Baddesley Bill
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8:26pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

since 1885 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
I'd say your actions were pretty mercenary! You applaud Cortese for being ruthless and appointing Nigel over Pardew, then slag him off for removing him, where's your loyalty?

STID
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.[/p][/quote]I'd say your actions were pretty mercenary! You applaud Cortese for being ruthless and appointing Nigel over Pardew, then slag him off for removing him, where's your loyalty? STID st1halo
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8:26pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server. Thornhill Saint
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8:27pm Sat 8 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
st1halo wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel???

O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was.
No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place.

Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season!

STID
January = there's only one Nigel Adkins.

February after Man City game = Nigel who?

And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.
Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game.

There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR
True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.
My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with.

You must have a good one there 1885.
You try living with her Bill. You are no walk in the park, your other half must also be worthy of a Purple Heart award. :-)
For your other half's sake...you need to step away from your keyboard.
For your other half's sake you need to stay on your keyboard. Give the poor woman a much needed break and us some much needed sleep. :-) yep it's working. Night night Bill.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I've forgotten ... who was it that appointed Nigel??? O Yeah, Cortese, of course it was. No-one has the monopoly on being a "real" Saints fan, we all just have opinions. If you're loyalty clause is to be followed Nigel would never have been appointed in the first place. Anyway, good luck supporting Reading next season! STID[/p][/quote]January = there's only one Nigel Adkins. February after Man City game = Nigel who? And not all SFC fans were mercenaries. That Perry McMillain lad from SISA had the idea of the fans waving hankies to show our disgust.For the record I wouldn't have done it,I mean hankies. I think he was out for a laugh with that one.[/p][/quote]Faces will come and go...that is the nature of the game. There is only one Southampton FC...this fact is undeniable COYR[/p][/quote]True enough Bill but actions speak louder than words.I stuck by Nigel.I was even considering for a match day painting my face orange donning a pair of specs and slipping into a River Island suit. Now that's loyalty son.but the wife got wind of my scheme and put the kibosh on It.I told her to keep her snout out of it but she was having none of it.Another example of women and football not mixing.[/p][/quote]My commiserations to your missus...what with your constant character changes n all...that's gotta be hard to deal with. You must have a good one there 1885.[/p][/quote]You try living with her Bill. You are no walk in the park, your other half must also be worthy of a Purple Heart award. :-)[/p][/quote]For your other half's sake...you need to step away from your keyboard.[/p][/quote]For your other half's sake you need to stay on your keyboard. Give the poor woman a much needed break and us some much needed sleep. :-) yep it's working. Night night Bill. since 1885
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8:33pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

After watching the absolute sh1t that the England U-21 team is, I was wondering how long it will be before we start changing rules and patriating players from other countries for the England team much like they do in the Olympics, Rugby, Cricket etc ??

STID
After watching the absolute sh1t that the England U-21 team is, I was wondering how long it will be before we start changing rules and patriating players from other countries for the England team much like they do in the Olympics, Rugby, Cricket etc ?? STID st1halo
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8:45pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help! OSPREYSAINT
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8:49pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same. arfer phesache
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8:53pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them? OSPREYSAINT
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8:55pm Sat 8 Jun 13

saintshorse101 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums?
has anyone met osprey?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums? has anyone met osprey? saintshorse101
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8:56pm Sat 8 Jun 13

angus mc coatup says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland. angus mc coatup
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9:03pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British. OSPREYSAINT
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9:04pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums?
has anyone met osprey?
I am notorious not famous.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums? has anyone met osprey?[/p][/quote]I am notorious not famous. OSPREYSAINT
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9:05pm Sat 8 Jun 13

st1halo says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Assuming we're talking about Van Outen, what parts of her will you be photographing you lucky b......
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Assuming we're talking about Van Outen, what parts of her will you be photographing you lucky b...... st1halo
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9:07pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.
I can't stand white van drivers (Colour of the van not the drivers). Never crossed my mind to photograph them.

This whole thing is surreal I had to join in.

Sorry, carry on!!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.[/p][/quote]I can't stand white van drivers (Colour of the van not the drivers). Never crossed my mind to photograph them. This whole thing is surreal I had to join in. Sorry, carry on!! Thornhill Saint
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9:09pm Sat 8 Jun 13

angus mc coatup says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.
I dived in there before anyone else made a funny from the vans perspective. Van persie, Van der vaart.
Ect.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.[/p][/quote]I dived in there before anyone else made a funny from the vans perspective. Van persie, Van der vaart. Ect. angus mc coatup
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9:10pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.
I can't stand white van drivers (Colour of the van not the drivers). Never crossed my mind to photograph them.

This whole thing is surreal I had to join in.

Sorry, carry on!!
Although they 'transit', they are not motor vehicles, and are in a variety of colours.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.[/p][/quote]I can't stand white van drivers (Colour of the van not the drivers). Never crossed my mind to photograph them. This whole thing is surreal I had to join in. Sorry, carry on!![/p][/quote]Although they 'transit', they are not motor vehicles, and are in a variety of colours. OSPREYSAINT
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9:11pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.
I dived in there before anyone else made a funny from the vans perspective. Van persie, Van der vaart.
Ect.
You know what Van der Vaart sounds like when you say it really quickly!!

That is my only funny for the day.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.[/p][/quote]I dived in there before anyone else made a funny from the vans perspective. Van persie, Van der vaart. Ect.[/p][/quote]You know what Van der Vaart sounds like when you say it really quickly!! That is my only funny for the day. Thornhill Saint
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9:11pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.
I dived in there before anyone else made a funny from the vans perspective. Van persie, Van der vaart.
Ect.
Not humans at all.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.[/p][/quote]I dived in there before anyone else made a funny from the vans perspective. Van persie, Van der vaart. Ect.[/p][/quote]Not humans at all. OSPREYSAINT
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9:12pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.
How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?
Nothing....never been to Holland.
Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.
I can't stand white van drivers (Colour of the van not the drivers). Never crossed my mind to photograph them.

This whole thing is surreal I had to join in.

Sorry, carry on!!
Although they 'transit', they are not motor vehicles, and are in a variety of colours.
I stand corrected but good to see you catch my drift. :')
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]Osprey.... can you put 1885 out of his misery. He's absolutely convinced that we are one and the same.[/p][/quote]How? Q1: I will be out tomorrow photographing Vans, what do you know about them?[/p][/quote]Nothing....never been to Holland.[/p][/quote]Nope. There maybe a Dutch example or two though, but most of them will be British.[/p][/quote]I can't stand white van drivers (Colour of the van not the drivers). Never crossed my mind to photograph them. This whole thing is surreal I had to join in. Sorry, carry on!![/p][/quote]Although they 'transit', they are not motor vehicles, and are in a variety of colours.[/p][/quote]I stand corrected but good to see you catch my drift. :') Thornhill Saint
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9:29pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data. OSPREYSAINT
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9:35pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885. arfer phesache
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9:39pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours! OSPREYSAINT
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9:41pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
OK Q2: I was born in 1947 in Southampton, within three feet of where I am sitting right now, when and where were you born?
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]OK Q2: I was born in 1947 in Southampton, within three feet of where I am sitting right now, when and where were you born? OSPREYSAINT
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9:48pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
True..... don't know much about vans but I do know a bit about lorries.

Lorry Mcnenemy, Lorry Cunningham comes to mind..
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]True..... don't know much about vans but I do know a bit about lorries. Lorry Mcnenemy, Lorry Cunningham comes to mind.. arfer phesache
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9:50pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
True..... don't know much about vans but I do know a bit about lorries.

Lorry Mcnenemy, Lorry Cunningham comes to mind..
These Vans have a capital V.
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]True..... don't know much about vans but I do know a bit about lorries. Lorry Mcnenemy, Lorry Cunningham comes to mind..[/p][/quote]These Vans have a capital V. OSPREYSAINT
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9:52pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums?
has anyone met osprey?
I think you might be right. Caught in some sort of Inter-loop at the moment though.

Could somebody with access give the server a boot please. Maybe unplug it and plug it back in again?
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums? has anyone met osprey?[/p][/quote]I think you might be right. Caught in some sort of Inter-loop at the moment though. Could somebody with access give the server a boot please. Maybe unplug it and plug it back in again? Thornhill Saint
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9:57pm Sat 8 Jun 13

saintshorse101 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you! saintshorse101
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9:58pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife !

how far fetched is that.
You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)
Are you an adult.
Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)
Us ?
OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)
who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock.
Because Osprey is ( his description )
a long haired 65 year old pensioner.

And I can assure you I aint.
Have you had a haircut?

Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book!

Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint.

Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.
Help!
osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums?
has anyone met osprey?
I think you might be right. Caught in some sort of Inter-loop at the moment though.

Could somebody with access give the server a boot please. Maybe unplug it and plug it back in again?
There is no escape!
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: Poor old 1885....He's completely lost the plot now, He thinks he has a wife ! how far fetched is that.[/p][/quote]You are the only one sounding desperate OSPREY.How do you remember all your logins? Do you have em all written down in a notebook next to your computer? Lol And come to think of it you must also be that Thread Astaire one.A bit obvious posting a message saying I'm since 1885. Lol.you have been busy sunshine. :-)[/p][/quote]Are you an adult.[/p][/quote]Lol. Ok OSPREY whatever you say. You've been rumbled sunshine it's no big deal.you didn't have to admit to being the other logins for most of us to have already figured it out. As long as it keeps you amused that's what counts mate.:-)[/p][/quote]Us ?[/p][/quote]OSPREY I think the words you're looking for are, "it's a fair cop gov". :-)[/p][/quote]who exactly am I supposed to be then Sherlock. Because Osprey is ( his description ) a long haired 65 year old pensioner. And I can assure you I aint.[/p][/quote]Have you had a haircut? Fairplay to you. Calls for a new login in my book! Seriously for the record. I full believe 100% that you are not Ospreysaint. Last rime I heard he was trapped in the server.[/p][/quote]Help![/p][/quote]osprey are you real or are you actually the internets Conscience manifesting itself as a saints fan on these forums? has anyone met osprey?[/p][/quote]I think you might be right. Caught in some sort of Inter-loop at the moment though. Could somebody with access give the server a boot please. Maybe unplug it and plug it back in again?[/p][/quote]There is no escape! OSPREYSAINT
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10:01pm Sat 8 Jun 13

slugger says...

One put-down to the wum should suffice ...... please stop supplying the oxygen , it ain't rocket science ...... COYR !
One put-down to the wum should suffice ...... please stop supplying the oxygen , it ain't rocket science ...... COYR ! slugger
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10:02pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird arfer phesache
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10:04pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

The good news is that my Season Ticket has been sorted, just waiting for it to pop through the letter box with the Welcome package which I am told is quite good.
The good news is that my Season Ticket has been sorted, just waiting for it to pop through the letter box with the Welcome package which I am told is quite good. OSPREYSAINT
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10:08pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
That is not unique, I am a bit weird myself, but not in any sinister way.
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]That is not unique, I am a bit weird myself, but not in any sinister way. OSPREYSAINT
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10:10pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks. Thornhill Saint
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10:17pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment. OSPREYSAINT
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10:20pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment. Thornhill Saint
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10:28pm Sat 8 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too. OSPREYSAINT
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10:32pm Sat 8 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!! Thornhill Saint
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10:55pm Sat 8 Jun 13

arfer phesache says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze arfer phesache
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12:55am Sun 9 Jun 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Woohooooo..... Again!!!
Eng U-21 1-3 Norway U-21

Tony Blair
Dame Judy Dench
Seb Coe
Bruce Forsyth
Little n Large
Prince Harry (Hewitt)
Kate Winslet
Big Ben
Stuart Pearce
Queen Elisabeth II
The cast of Downton Abbey
Jimmy Nail
Paul Gascoigne
Bobby Davro
James Bond
Michael Fish
Postman Pat
Paul McCartney
....
....
....

Your boys took "one helllllllllll of a beating"!!!!!
Woohooooo..... Again!!! Eng U-21 1-3 Norway U-21 Tony Blair Dame Judy Dench Seb Coe Bruce Forsyth Little n Large Prince Harry (Hewitt) Kate Winslet Big Ben Stuart Pearce Queen Elisabeth II The cast of Downton Abbey Jimmy Nail Paul Gascoigne Bobby Davro James Bond Michael Fish Postman Pat Paul McCartney .... .... .... Your boys took "one helllllllllll of a beating"!!!!! Norwegian Saint
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1:29am Sun 9 Jun 13

saintshorse101 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means.
I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive.
thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze[/p][/quote]i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means. I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive. thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people. saintshorse101
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6:52am Sun 9 Jun 13

batesieboy says...

since 1885 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season.
Nigel was sacked.
Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team.
The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour!
He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team.
To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.
The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.
Have you got yours firmly planted up Nigel's? Sounds like it. Maybe you want to go and support Reading if loyalty to Nige is your main criteria...
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: In his last 12 PL games Nigel picked up more points than MP did in his last 12 games of the season. Nigel was sacked. Seems very strange to me that £3.5m defender signed, in January, by the new manager, to a team fighting against relegation, can't win a place in the team. The story he was bought for next season doesn't wash with me, it's like the captain of a ship leaking water and in danger of sinking, ordering more pumps that may only be used once the danger of sinking has passed and the ship has reached safe harbour! He wasn't used because he wasn't as good as the players currently in the team. To spend £3.5m on signing a player who can't win and command a place in a struggling team, seems to me to be a waste of money along with the other signings GR,JR and Gazza.[/p][/quote]The real Saints fans stuck by Nigel and appreciate all he did for the club.two promotions for those who forgot.There are a few on here who took their noses at planted them up Cortese and Pochettino's backsides.No loyalty.[/p][/quote]Have you got yours firmly planted up Nigel's? Sounds like it. Maybe you want to go and support Reading if loyalty to Nige is your main criteria... batesieboy
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7:05am Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means.
I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive.
thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.
The America thing was a bit of a lark. actually think you are right about the speling. 1885 is a WUM if nothing else .
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze[/p][/quote]i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means. I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive. thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.[/p][/quote]The America thing was a bit of a lark. actually think you are right about the speling. 1885 is a WUM if nothing else . Thornhill Saint
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8:10am Sun 9 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday.

Which company am I describing?

Reg number: 02778042.
Principal activities: Special Trades Construction.
Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.'
Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429

Oh dear.....
Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday. Which company am I describing? Reg number: 02778042. Principal activities: Special Trades Construction. Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.' Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429 Oh dear..... Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:06am Sun 9 Jun 13

Confucious says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday.

Which company am I describing?

Reg number: 02778042.
Principal activities: Special Trades Construction.
Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.'
Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429

Oh dear.....
Must be one of those non-profit making organisations. I don't like them, but Retford and Strassie do.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday. Which company am I describing? Reg number: 02778042. Principal activities: Special Trades Construction. Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.' Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429 Oh dear.....[/p][/quote]Must be one of those non-profit making organisations. I don't like them, but Retford and Strassie do. Confucious
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9:23am Sun 9 Jun 13

Confucious says...

My latest book, "Saints spooky 13 minute moments" is now available from Confuciouspublishing
.com (£76.28 hardback and £327.32 download).

My exhaustive analysis has shown that 71% of all Saints goals have been scored almost exactly 13 minutes after a team member made a seemingly unimportant pass. Had that pass not been made then the ball would have been in a different place than the one it was in when the goal was scored 13 minutes later. A perfect example is Jay's goal against Liverpool. Thirteen minutes before that goal Rickie made a short and apparently insignificant and unnecessary two yard pass back to Spiderman.

Mauricio will be put fully in the picture as of tomorrow when Mrs Wilson on the switchboard gets back from her holiday.
My latest book, "Saints spooky 13 minute moments" is now available from Confuciouspublishing .com (£76.28 hardback and £327.32 download). My exhaustive analysis has shown that 71% of all Saints goals have been scored almost exactly 13 minutes after a team member made a seemingly unimportant pass. Had that pass not been made then the ball would have been in a different place than the one it was in when the goal was scored 13 minutes later. A perfect example is Jay's goal against Liverpool. Thirteen minutes before that goal Rickie made a short and apparently insignificant and unnecessary two yard pass back to Spiderman. Mauricio will be put fully in the picture as of tomorrow when Mrs Wilson on the switchboard gets back from her holiday. Confucious
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9:27am Sun 9 Jun 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Seed.
I think you may of opened the flood gates for someone I avoid reading and so avoid mentioning.
To suggest, who may have been the cause of their demise.

Interesting stats though.

P.s.
Insane, showed me a picture of the POOPEE bog mat.
Brought a big smile to my face, to start, what was a great 60th birthday.
Enjoy your summer.
Got our season tickets, hope to see you and the others again soon, at the start of the season .
COYS.
Seed. I think you may of opened the flood gates for someone I avoid reading and so avoid mentioning. To suggest, who may have been the cause of their demise. Interesting stats though. P.s. Insane, showed me a picture of the POOPEE bog mat. Brought a big smile to my face, to start, what was a great 60th birthday. Enjoy your summer. Got our season tickets, hope to see you and the others again soon, at the start of the season . COYS. SFCOLDBOY
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10:43am Sun 9 Jun 13

dadofmy3sons says...

Forren was signed and has trained and is fighting for a start in a team that is still in the Premier league.
Samba started straight away and admitted after a short time he wasn't fit enough and is now fighting to get out of a team in the Championship.
Which club showed the better management?
Forren was signed and has trained and is fighting for a start in a team that is still in the Premier league. Samba started straight away and admitted after a short time he wasn't fit enough and is now fighting to get out of a team in the Championship. Which club showed the better management? dadofmy3sons
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11:29am Sun 9 Jun 13

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

Pablo Daniel Osvaldo up for sale by Roma for £15m. Played for Poch at Espanyol. Bit of a reputation, but interesting...
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo up for sale by Roma for £15m. Played for Poch at Espanyol. Bit of a reputation, but interesting... Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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11:48am Sun 9 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means.
I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive.
thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.
Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze[/p][/quote]i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means. I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive. thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.[/p][/quote]Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-) since 1885
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11:56am Sun 9 Jun 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday.

Which company am I describing?

Reg number: 02778042.
Principal activities: Special Trades Construction.
Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.'
Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429

Oh dear.....
Must be one of those non-profit making organisations. I don't like them, but Retford and Strassie do.
Confucious, from what I know about you, you prefer 'prophet' making companies, don't you?

Anyway, talking of Vans (with a capital V), as Osprey was doing yesterday, have you heard about the swimming cats of Van? Van is a town in Turkey and it boasts these amazing cats who like to go for a dip. They probably think they're fish, which is all rather disturbing. However, it leads nicely on to Lee-on-Solent (or, as they call it in the posh bit down there, Lee-on-The-Solent), given the watery location of the company in Seed's posser, I guess it's one that should be 'floated' before it sinks. Anyway, it all sounds a bit fishy to me.

........ (yawns uncontrolably) ..... this close season's dragging a bit innit?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday. Which company am I describing? Reg number: 02778042. Principal activities: Special Trades Construction. Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.' Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429 Oh dear.....[/p][/quote]Must be one of those non-profit making organisations. I don't like them, but Retford and Strassie do.[/p][/quote]Confucious, from what I know about you, you prefer 'prophet' making companies, don't you? Anyway, talking of Vans (with a capital V), as Osprey was doing yesterday, have you heard about the swimming cats of Van? Van is a town in Turkey and it boasts these amazing cats who like to go for a dip. They probably think they're fish, which is all rather disturbing. However, it leads nicely on to Lee-on-Solent (or, as they call it in the posh bit down there, Lee-on-The-Solent), given the watery location of the company in Seed's posser, I guess it's one that should be 'floated' before it sinks. Anyway, it all sounds a bit fishy to me. ........ (yawns uncontrolably) ..... this close season's dragging a bit innit? Strasbourg Saint
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11:58am Sun 9 Jun 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Woohooooo..... Again!!!
Eng U-21 1-3 Norway U-21

Tony Blair
Dame Judy Dench
Seb Coe
Bruce Forsyth
Little n Large
Prince Harry (Hewitt)
Kate Winslet
Big Ben
Stuart Pearce
Queen Elisabeth II
The cast of Downton Abbey
Jimmy Nail
Paul Gascoigne
Bobby Davro
James Bond
Michael Fish
Postman Pat
Paul McCartney
....
....
....

Your boys took "one helllllllllll of a beating"!!!!!
All right, all right, the vikings done good and all that, Norgie. Question is, does anyone know why Clyne was dropped to the bench? Maybe he'd read Retford's posts about boycotting Israel and had insisted on not being picked - good man, Nathaniel!
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Woohooooo..... Again!!! Eng U-21 1-3 Norway U-21 Tony Blair Dame Judy Dench Seb Coe Bruce Forsyth Little n Large Prince Harry (Hewitt) Kate Winslet Big Ben Stuart Pearce Queen Elisabeth II The cast of Downton Abbey Jimmy Nail Paul Gascoigne Bobby Davro James Bond Michael Fish Postman Pat Paul McCartney .... .... .... Your boys took "one helllllllllll of a beating"!!!!![/p][/quote]All right, all right, the vikings done good and all that, Norgie. Question is, does anyone know why Clyne was dropped to the bench? Maybe he'd read Retford's posts about boycotting Israel and had insisted on not being picked - good man, Nathaniel! Strasbourg Saint
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11:58am Sun 9 Jun 13

dadofmy3sons says...

Dejan Lovren Centre back for Lyon and Croatia being linked to Saints by various media.
More also quoting/repeating the link with Saber Khelifa, so perhaps some truth in that rumour.
The most often reported though is the fact that Gaston has recomended his young mate Zorro and he does look like a hell of a player. It is a repeated fact that all players respond better if they have a fellow countryman in the team/squad with them. So another Uruguayan and another Japanese then?
How come no one has accused me of being someone else as well? Am I being victimised?
Dejan Lovren Centre back for Lyon and Croatia being linked to Saints by various media. More also quoting/repeating the link with Saber Khelifa, so perhaps some truth in that rumour. The most often reported though is the fact that Gaston has recomended his young mate Zorro and he does look like a hell of a player. It is a repeated fact that all players respond better if they have a fellow countryman in the team/squad with them. So another Uruguayan and another Japanese then? How come no one has accused me of being someone else as well? Am I being victimised? dadofmy3sons
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12:02pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off!

There, that should teach me!
It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off! There, that should teach me! Strasbourg Saint
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12:14pm Sun 9 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
True..... don't know much about vans but I do know a bit about lorries.

Lorry Mcnenemy, Lorry Cunningham comes to mind..
Lol. The master at work.Your little rigid digits must have smoke coming from em. :-)
[quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]True..... don't know much about vans but I do know a bit about lorries. Lorry Mcnenemy, Lorry Cunningham comes to mind..[/p][/quote]Lol. The master at work.Your little rigid digits must have smoke coming from em. :-) since 1885
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12:15pm Sun 9 Jun 13

saintshorse101 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday.

Which company am I describing?

Reg number: 02778042.
Principal activities: Special Trades Construction.
Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.'
Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429

Oh dear.....
no I need another clue seed.
has this company done any works that i might of heard about?
does it do work on the exterior or interior of buildings?
do they have a website and does it work?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday. Which company am I describing? Reg number: 02778042. Principal activities: Special Trades Construction. Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.' Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429 Oh dear.....[/p][/quote]no I need another clue seed. has this company done any works that i might of heard about? does it do work on the exterior or interior of buildings? do they have a website and does it work? saintshorse101
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12:16pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means.
I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive.
thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.
Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)
Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze[/p][/quote]i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means. I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive. thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.[/p][/quote]Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)[/p][/quote]Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand. Thornhill Saint
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12:37pm Sun 9 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means.
I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive.
thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.
Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)
Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand.
Aren't not are't, thick knob wand. Lol.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze[/p][/quote]i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means. I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive. thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.[/p][/quote]Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)[/p][/quote]Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand.[/p][/quote]Aren't not are't, thick knob wand. Lol. since 1885
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12:41pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means.
I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive.
thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.
Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)
Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand.
Aren't not are't, thick knob wand. Lol.
Shouldn't you be spending your time considering team affairs. Endlessly speculating about logins and who is posting as who, crying about Adkins like a girl, and generally pi***ing people off isn't going to win us silverware is it sunshine!
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze[/p][/quote]i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means. I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive. thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.[/p][/quote]Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)[/p][/quote]Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand.[/p][/quote]Aren't not are't, thick knob wand. Lol.[/p][/quote]Shouldn't you be spending your time considering team affairs. Endlessly speculating about logins and who is posting as who, crying about Adkins like a girl, and generally pi***ing people off isn't going to win us silverware is it sunshine! Thornhill Saint
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1:08pm Sun 9 Jun 13

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

I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.
I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring. Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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1:21pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Confucious says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off!

There, that should teach me!
Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me.

Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off! There, that should teach me![/p][/quote]Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me. Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains. Confucious
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1:32pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.
True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am)

Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver?
[quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.[/p][/quote]True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am) Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver? Strasbourg Saint
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1:42pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off!

There, that should teach me!
Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me.

Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains.
You can't beat a good oiling to ease the stress, Confucious. Let me reasure you, though, you're NOT 1885 and neither's your wife. In fact, I've a hunch that 1885 isn't 1885 either, but that might just be my generous side giving him the benefit of the doubt.

The thing is, wherever 1885 is, he must be THERE and if he's THERE, he must be all THERE, but as we know, 1885 isn't all THERE. So, if he isn't all THERE, but wherever he is he's all THERE, by definition, 1885 (who we've ascertained is all THERE) can't actually be 1885 who isn't all THERE. See?

Oh Buddha! I'll go and oil my bike chain .......
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off! There, that should teach me![/p][/quote]Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me. Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains.[/p][/quote]You can't beat a good oiling to ease the stress, Confucious. Let me reasure you, though, you're NOT 1885 and neither's your wife. In fact, I've a hunch that 1885 isn't 1885 either, but that might just be my generous side giving him the benefit of the doubt. The thing is, wherever 1885 is, he must be THERE and if he's THERE, he must be all THERE, but as we know, 1885 isn't all THERE. So, if he isn't all THERE, but wherever he is he's all THERE, by definition, 1885 (who we've ascertained is all THERE) can't actually be 1885 who isn't all THERE. See? Oh Buddha! I'll go and oil my bike chain ....... Strasbourg Saint
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1:44pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.
True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am)

Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver?
I think it is to do with our quicker than expected rise through through the leagues.

Seabourne, Martin, Dickson all did good a job in League 1 and were reasonable backup in the championship.

Sharp did a job for us in the championship but never looked settled. Lee is injury prone. De Ridder is again a good championship player and has probably fallen victim to our rise to the Premier League.

All in all none of them are going to help us compete with the best of the best.

Delgado, Dixon and Speedie (Awful, awful, awful!), Imants Bleidelis (I hope I spelled that right or 1885 might be on to me again!) Jell Van Damme.

We have had a few that have not worked out over the years.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.[/p][/quote]True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am) Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver?[/p][/quote]I think it is to do with our quicker than expected rise through through the leagues. Seabourne, Martin, Dickson all did good a job in League 1 and were reasonable backup in the championship. Sharp did a job for us in the championship but never looked settled. Lee is injury prone. De Ridder is again a good championship player and has probably fallen victim to our rise to the Premier League. All in all none of them are going to help us compete with the best of the best. Delgado, Dixon and Speedie (Awful, awful, awful!), Imants Bleidelis (I hope I spelled that right or 1885 might be on to me again!) Jell Van Damme. We have had a few that have not worked out over the years. Thornhill Saint
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1:57pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

The biggest pre panel flop I can think of just left. All the best Tommy Forecast!
The biggest pre panel flop I can think of just left. All the best Tommy Forecast! Thornhill Saint
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2:01pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.
True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am)

Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver?
I think it is to do with our quicker than expected rise through through the leagues.

Seabourne, Martin, Dickson all did good a job in League 1 and were reasonable backup in the championship.

Sharp did a job for us in the championship but never looked settled. Lee is injury prone. De Ridder is again a good championship player and has probably fallen victim to our rise to the Premier League.

All in all none of them are going to help us compete with the best of the best.

Delgado, Dixon and Speedie (Awful, awful, awful!), Imants Bleidelis (I hope I spelled that right or 1885 might be on to me again!) Jell Van Damme.

We have had a few that have not worked out over the years.
True on all counts, Thornhill. It just feels like there have been more in the very near past who haven't been given much of a chance on the pitch.

As for Delgardo, I'm not sure if I ever saw him play live, but what I did see on TV impressed me. (Remember the League Cup goal at Anfield?) He seemed to be a victim of the managerial change (and injuries).

I guess it balances itself out. For every player who doesn't justify the transfer fee, there's a Rickie or a Spiderman.

Anyway, as for 1885, I don't think I spelt Seeabouurnee correctly, did I? So, 1885 can give you a rest and land one on me.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.[/p][/quote]True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am) Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver?[/p][/quote]I think it is to do with our quicker than expected rise through through the leagues. Seabourne, Martin, Dickson all did good a job in League 1 and were reasonable backup in the championship. Sharp did a job for us in the championship but never looked settled. Lee is injury prone. De Ridder is again a good championship player and has probably fallen victim to our rise to the Premier League. All in all none of them are going to help us compete with the best of the best. Delgado, Dixon and Speedie (Awful, awful, awful!), Imants Bleidelis (I hope I spelled that right or 1885 might be on to me again!) Jell Van Damme. We have had a few that have not worked out over the years.[/p][/quote]True on all counts, Thornhill. It just feels like there have been more in the very near past who haven't been given much of a chance on the pitch. As for Delgardo, I'm not sure if I ever saw him play live, but what I did see on TV impressed me. (Remember the League Cup goal at Anfield?) He seemed to be a victim of the managerial change (and injuries). I guess it balances itself out. For every player who doesn't justify the transfer fee, there's a Rickie or a Spiderman. Anyway, as for 1885, I don't think I spelt Seeabouurnee correctly, did I? So, 1885 can give you a rest and land one on me. Strasbourg Saint
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2:09pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.
True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am)

Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver?
I think it is to do with our quicker than expected rise through through the leagues.

Seabourne, Martin, Dickson all did good a job in League 1 and were reasonable backup in the championship.

Sharp did a job for us in the championship but never looked settled. Lee is injury prone. De Ridder is again a good championship player and has probably fallen victim to our rise to the Premier League.

All in all none of them are going to help us compete with the best of the best.

Delgado, Dixon and Speedie (Awful, awful, awful!), Imants Bleidelis (I hope I spelled that right or 1885 might be on to me again!) Jell Van Damme.

We have had a few that have not worked out over the years.
True on all counts, Thornhill. It just feels like there have been more in the very near past who haven't been given much of a chance on the pitch.

As for Delgardo, I'm not sure if I ever saw him play live, but what I did see on TV impressed me. (Remember the League Cup goal at Anfield?) He seemed to be a victim of the managerial change (and injuries).

I guess it balances itself out. For every player who doesn't justify the transfer fee, there's a Rickie or a Spiderman.

Anyway, as for 1885, I don't think I spelt Seeabouurnee correctly, did I? So, 1885 can give you a rest and land one on me.
Delgado's goal at Anfield was class. I think he also scored the winner against Arsenal. What I remember most is the highlights of him on the big screens when the brought him out.

I think you are right about it balancing it out. Now we are where we want to be more or less, it will be interesting to see if the Panel decisions make a difference I guess starting with Gaston, Mayuka and Forren.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.[/p][/quote]True; but hey, aren't you really Dadofmy3sons' illegitamate love child? (ref: 11.58am) Now where were we? Oh yes, decent threads, for me,one of the strangest things of recent seasons has been the signing of players who have subsequently all but never featured. It's a trait I can't remember from years gone by, but we can now site Lee, Sharp, Forren, Dickson, De Ridder, Seaborne, Martin and, no doubt, others. Does this suggest there's something not quite right with our transfer policy? Is the 'it's a panel decision, not a manager decision' philosophy failing to deliver?[/p][/quote]I think it is to do with our quicker than expected rise through through the leagues. Seabourne, Martin, Dickson all did good a job in League 1 and were reasonable backup in the championship. Sharp did a job for us in the championship but never looked settled. Lee is injury prone. De Ridder is again a good championship player and has probably fallen victim to our rise to the Premier League. All in all none of them are going to help us compete with the best of the best. Delgado, Dixon and Speedie (Awful, awful, awful!), Imants Bleidelis (I hope I spelled that right or 1885 might be on to me again!) Jell Van Damme. We have had a few that have not worked out over the years.[/p][/quote]True on all counts, Thornhill. It just feels like there have been more in the very near past who haven't been given much of a chance on the pitch. As for Delgardo, I'm not sure if I ever saw him play live, but what I did see on TV impressed me. (Remember the League Cup goal at Anfield?) He seemed to be a victim of the managerial change (and injuries). I guess it balances itself out. For every player who doesn't justify the transfer fee, there's a Rickie or a Spiderman. Anyway, as for 1885, I don't think I spelt Seeabouurnee correctly, did I? So, 1885 can give you a rest and land one on me.[/p][/quote]Delgado's goal at Anfield was class. I think he also scored the winner against Arsenal. What I remember most is the highlights of him on the big screens when the brought him out. I think you are right about it balancing it out. Now we are where we want to be more or less, it will be interesting to see if the Panel decisions make a difference I guess starting with Gaston, Mayuka and Forren. Thornhill Saint
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2:33pm Sun 9 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.
Tell OSPREYSAINT, he started it. I was defending Nigel and he comes on with all his logins and starts trying to start trouble. And then he finishes off the night talking to himself on the thread.
[quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.[/p][/quote]Tell OSPREYSAINT, he started it. I was defending Nigel and he comes on with all his logins and starts trying to start trouble. And then he finishes off the night talking to himself on the thread. since 1885
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2:37pm Sun 9 Jun 13

since 1885 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
arfer phesache wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.
It isn't gonna convince 1885.
That is his problem, not ours!
don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who.
1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you!
Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we.

Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird
I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name.

What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.
Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.
I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.
Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.
I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do.

Bit over my head all that!!
I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze
i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means.
I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive.
thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.
Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)
Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand.
Aren't not are't, thick knob wand. Lol.
Shouldn't you be spending your time considering team affairs. Endlessly speculating about logins and who is posting as who, crying about Adkins like a girl, and generally pi***ing people off isn't going to win us silverware is it sunshine!
OSPREY has been stalking me with his creepy Arfer charchter and frankly I'm more than a little scared.he only puts in an appearance when I post. Hold on how do I know you're not OSPREY. ahhhhh
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arfer phesache[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As no one seems to know what I am talking about I suggest none of you are me, and I am not any of you? Keep guessing I will reveal the answer tomorrow, maybe. I was not intending to get involved on here until there is something to discuss sensibly, but am keeping a watching brief in case I can help with my limited sources of data.[/p][/quote]It isn't gonna convince 1885.[/p][/quote]That is his problem, not ours![/p][/quote]don't forget I`m both of you as well! I think there might be others of us but I cant remember who. 1885`s problem is that he thinks he is never wrong, and due to this if more than 1 person thinks he is wrong they must be the same person. looks like there might be loads of us/me/you with different logins on here. Sigmund Freud would have a field day us/me/you![/p][/quote]Oh yeah...forgot about you-us-we. Well, there you go 1885, WE think your a bit weird[/p][/quote]I also thinks he is not only wrong, but he also never answered your question (I think it was Arfer) about being a "true supporter" being able to spell the Chairman's name. What a dodge. "True supporter" my multiple a@@ cheeks.[/p][/quote]Actually I thought the "Corteze's" spelling was deliberate and disrespectful, and not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]I thought he might be American, but also thought not worth a comment.[/p][/quote]Hernan Cortes was Spanish, of "Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes. He star'd at the Pacific — and all his men. Look'd at each other with a wild surmise — Silent, upon a peak in Darien" fame, Keats quoted it. That's a bit too classical for this site and the spelling varies too.[/p][/quote]I just thought he might be sticking in a "z" where it does not belong instead of an "s" as Americans do. Bit over my head all that!![/p][/quote]I think 1885's, been sticking his Zed up his own arze[/p][/quote]i think it was just a miss-spelling as he just didn't know how to spell it, make of that what you will. I know what I think it means. I think we should just treat 1885 and all his other names with the contempt they deserve and not reply to his obvious wum fishing. lets be honest as soon as he starts losing an argument he gets abusive. thebooooooooorer is another who does this with its obvious attempts to get a reaction. why else would it continually call NC a shyster and mention solent interiors in nearly every post? its sad really, the only joy they get is pretending to be football fans so they can wind up real fans. I do pity them really, however I will not respond to them and hope others do the same, why should we let these forums be ruined by these people.[/p][/quote]Lol. OSPREY you had a late night. Funny how you appeared out of nowhere when the jig was up. I wouldn't put it past you to be Thornhill as well.Managing all those logins must take some multitasking. :-)[/p][/quote]Stretching it a bit are't you knob wand.[/p][/quote]Aren't not are't, thick knob wand. Lol.[/p][/quote]Shouldn't you be spending your time considering team affairs. Endlessly speculating about logins and who is posting as who, crying about Adkins like a girl, and generally pi***ing people off isn't going to win us silverware is it sunshine![/p][/quote]OSPREY has been stalking me with his creepy Arfer charchter and frankly I'm more than a little scared.he only puts in an appearance when I post. Hold on how do I know you're not OSPREY. ahhhhh since 1885
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3:23pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM.

How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure.

It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t.

If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure
gets it.

By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues.
I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM. How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure. It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t. If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure gets it. By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues. Thornhill Saint
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4:10pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Costa Baz says...

I only have one log in, but for what it's worth "I'm Spartacus".
I only have one log in, but for what it's worth "I'm Spartacus". Costa Baz
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4:13pm Sun 9 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

since 1885 wrote:
Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.
Tell OSPREYSAINT, he started it. I was defending Nigel and he comes on with all his logins and starts trying to start trouble. And then he finishes off the night talking to himself on the thread.
Just for the record I now only use one sign on name, and will continue to stick to that. My day out was cancelled thanks to picking up a flu bug. If you think I am out of order just report me and I won't bother you in the future.
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: I wish certain people would stop their stupid arguments. It takes over potentially decent threads and its boring.[/p][/quote]Tell OSPREYSAINT, he started it. I was defending Nigel and he comes on with all his logins and starts trying to start trouble. And then he finishes off the night talking to himself on the thread.[/p][/quote]Just for the record I now only use one sign on name, and will continue to stick to that. My day out was cancelled thanks to picking up a flu bug. If you think I am out of order just report me and I won't bother you in the future. OSPREYSAINT
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4:47pm Sun 9 Jun 13

saintshorse101 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM.

How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure.

It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t.

If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure
gets it.

By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues.
Thornhill, I`ve tried reasoning with 1885 and others like him but it doesn't work. i dont care if he has different logins or not, if he has and that's what floats his boat then that's his problem. I don't feel the need to explain the reasons I post n here to him or poster like him. so I choose to ignore him and his childish insults, if we all ignored him he would soon give up, the ssssshhhhhhh campaign worked wonders with most of the fish.

this thread was about a £3.5-£4mill signing that wasn't picked to play after he was brought. for what its worth I think that wen he came here he was unfit, by the time he regained fitness our defence had started to play better and MP didn't want to break it up. if I am wrong then we seem to have wasted a good chunk of money on him. we have had bad signings in the past and will have them again I just don't think Forren is bad, I hope im right and will give him time to prove himself.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM. How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure. It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t. If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure gets it. By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues.[/p][/quote]Thornhill, I`ve tried reasoning with 1885 and others like him but it doesn't work. i dont care if he has different logins or not, if he has and that's what floats his boat then that's his problem. I don't feel the need to explain the reasons I post n here to him or poster like him. so I choose to ignore him and his childish insults, if we all ignored him he would soon give up, the ssssshhhhhhh campaign worked wonders with most of the fish. this thread was about a £3.5-£4mill signing that wasn't picked to play after he was brought. for what its worth I think that wen he came here he was unfit, by the time he regained fitness our defence had started to play better and MP didn't want to break it up. if I am wrong then we seem to have wasted a good chunk of money on him. we have had bad signings in the past and will have them again I just don't think Forren is bad, I hope im right and will give him time to prove himself. saintshorse101
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4:47pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Seed.
I think you may of opened the flood gates for someone I avoid reading and so avoid mentioning.
To suggest, who may have been the cause of their demise.

Interesting stats though.

P.s.
Insane, showed me a picture of the POOPEE bog mat.
Brought a big smile to my face, to start, what was a great 60th birthday.
Enjoy your summer.
Got our season tickets, hope to see you and the others again soon, at the start of the season .
COYS.
I don't think we can be accused of their demise, they've been trading insolvently for years which is of course illegal.

Happy birthday! We shall be posting pics on the DE facebook page live from Le Mans as international urinators use our bog.

See you in August.
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: Seed. I think you may of opened the flood gates for someone I avoid reading and so avoid mentioning. To suggest, who may have been the cause of their demise. Interesting stats though. P.s. Insane, showed me a picture of the POOPEE bog mat. Brought a big smile to my face, to start, what was a great 60th birthday. Enjoy your summer. Got our season tickets, hope to see you and the others again soon, at the start of the season . COYS.[/p][/quote]I don't think we can be accused of their demise, they've been trading insolvently for years which is of course illegal. Happy birthday! We shall be posting pics on the DE facebook page live from Le Mans as international urinators use our bog. See you in August. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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4:54pm Sun 9 Jun 13

hedge end bob says...

Did anyone notice that Nigel, our last manager, has signed Wayne Bridge ??.

How long before the kick off I am bored already??.
Did anyone notice that Nigel, our last manager, has signed Wayne Bridge ??. How long before the kick off I am bored already??. hedge end bob
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4:55pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday.

Which company am I describing?

Reg number: 02778042.
Principal activities: Special Trades Construction.
Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent.
Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.'
Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429

Oh dear.....
no I need another clue seed.
has this company done any works that i might of heard about?
does it do work on the exterior or interior of buildings?
do they have a website and does it work?
I think you are getting warm but here are some further clues:

It certainly does have a website and no it doesn't work and hasn't done for sometime - probably not paid its web hosting company.

It works on the inside of buildings but unfortunately to a very poor standard.

It did start a job at SMS but it had to be finished by a proper company.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Here's a little quiz for those in need of mental stimulation early on a Sunday. Which company am I describing? Reg number: 02778042. Principal activities: Special Trades Construction. Owned by: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Directors: Simon Bailey of Lee on Solent. Experian financial analysis: 'Credit Rating is Suspended. This Company appears financially valueless.' Net Worth Dec 2012: £ - 130429 Oh dear.....[/p][/quote]no I need another clue seed. has this company done any works that i might of heard about? does it do work on the exterior or interior of buildings? do they have a website and does it work?[/p][/quote]I think you are getting warm but here are some further clues: It certainly does have a website and no it doesn't work and hasn't done for sometime - probably not paid its web hosting company. It works on the inside of buildings but unfortunately to a very poor standard. It did start a job at SMS but it had to be finished by a proper company. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:00pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

hedge end bob wrote:
Did anyone notice that Nigel, our last manager, has signed Wayne Bridge ??.

How long before the kick off I am bored already??.
Excellent. 'onest 'arry had stated he wanted him so he's off to a poor start having got QPR relegated despite splashing the cash.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: Did anyone notice that Nigel, our last manager, has signed Wayne Bridge ??. How long before the kick off I am bored already??.[/p][/quote]Excellent. 'onest 'arry had stated he wanted him so he's off to a poor start having got QPR relegated despite splashing the cash. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:07pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM.

How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure.

It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t.

If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure
gets it.

By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues.
Thornhill, I`ve tried reasoning with 1885 and others like him but it doesn't work. i dont care if he has different logins or not, if he has and that's what floats his boat then that's his problem. I don't feel the need to explain the reasons I post n here to him or poster like him. so I choose to ignore him and his childish insults, if we all ignored him he would soon give up, the ssssshhhhhhh campaign worked wonders with most of the fish.

this thread was about a £3.5-£4mill signing that wasn't picked to play after he was brought. for what its worth I think that wen he came here he was unfit, by the time he regained fitness our defence had started to play better and MP didn't want to break it up. if I am wrong then we seem to have wasted a good chunk of money on him. we have had bad signings in the past and will have them again I just don't think Forren is bad, I hope im right and will give him time to prove himself.
Agreed. Shhhhhh it is for me!

As for Forren, I think you can take what his agent says with a pinch of salt but I think it indicates we will not be shipping him out in the summer.

By all accounts he was unfit when he came here. I agree that once they started playing better there was less of a case to bring him on but I still feel judging by some of the Hooiveldt appearances and Luke Shaw abscences late on we could have benefited from him coming on if he is as good as they say.

I don't think it matters too much now and hope that plays his part directly or indirectly in a solid Saints defence next season.

COYS!!!
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM. How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure. It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t. If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure gets it. By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues.[/p][/quote]Thornhill, I`ve tried reasoning with 1885 and others like him but it doesn't work. i dont care if he has different logins or not, if he has and that's what floats his boat then that's his problem. I don't feel the need to explain the reasons I post n here to him or poster like him. so I choose to ignore him and his childish insults, if we all ignored him he would soon give up, the ssssshhhhhhh campaign worked wonders with most of the fish. this thread was about a £3.5-£4mill signing that wasn't picked to play after he was brought. for what its worth I think that wen he came here he was unfit, by the time he regained fitness our defence had started to play better and MP didn't want to break it up. if I am wrong then we seem to have wasted a good chunk of money on him. we have had bad signings in the past and will have them again I just don't think Forren is bad, I hope im right and will give him time to prove himself.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Shhhhhh it is for me! As for Forren, I think you can take what his agent says with a pinch of salt but I think it indicates we will not be shipping him out in the summer. By all accounts he was unfit when he came here. I agree that once they started playing better there was less of a case to bring him on but I still feel judging by some of the Hooiveldt appearances and Luke Shaw abscences late on we could have benefited from him coming on if he is as good as they say. I don't think it matters too much now and hope that plays his part directly or indirectly in a solid Saints defence next season. COYS!!! Thornhill Saint
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5:31pm Sun 9 Jun 13

george chivers says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
Did anyone notice that Nigel, our last manager, has signed Wayne Bridge ??.

How long before the kick off I am bored already??.
Excellent. 'onest 'arry had stated he wanted him so he's off to a poor start having got QPR relegated despite splashing the cash.
"He's on the road to Wembley.
Mash it up 'arry.
Mash it up.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: Did anyone notice that Nigel, our last manager, has signed Wayne Bridge ??. How long before the kick off I am bored already??.[/p][/quote]Excellent. 'onest 'arry had stated he wanted him so he's off to a poor start having got QPR relegated despite splashing the cash.[/p][/quote]"He's on the road to Wembley. Mash it up 'arry. Mash it up. george chivers
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6:10pm Sun 9 Jun 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off!

There, that should teach me!
Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me.

Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains.
You can't beat a good oiling to ease the stress, Confucious. Let me reasure you, though, you're NOT 1885 and neither's your wife. In fact, I've a hunch that 1885 isn't 1885 either, but that might just be my generous side giving him the benefit of the doubt.

The thing is, wherever 1885 is, he must be THERE and if he's THERE, he must be all THERE, but as we know, 1885 isn't all THERE. So, if he isn't all THERE, but wherever he is he's all THERE, by definition, 1885 (who we've ascertained is all THERE) can't actually be 1885 who isn't all THERE. See?

Oh Buddha! I'll go and oil my bike chain .......
Strassie,are you sure your not Confucius cos I can certainly say that you Confuse-us.
I thought my confusion up to now was just the onset of Altzheimers, its a relief to know it was only you.
COYS.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off! There, that should teach me![/p][/quote]Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me. Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains.[/p][/quote]You can't beat a good oiling to ease the stress, Confucious. Let me reasure you, though, you're NOT 1885 and neither's your wife. In fact, I've a hunch that 1885 isn't 1885 either, but that might just be my generous side giving him the benefit of the doubt. The thing is, wherever 1885 is, he must be THERE and if he's THERE, he must be all THERE, but as we know, 1885 isn't all THERE. So, if he isn't all THERE, but wherever he is he's all THERE, by definition, 1885 (who we've ascertained is all THERE) can't actually be 1885 who isn't all THERE. See? Oh Buddha! I'll go and oil my bike chain .......[/p][/quote]Strassie,are you sure your not Confucius cos I can certainly say that you Confuse-us. I thought my confusion up to now was just the onset of Altzheimers, its a relief to know it was only you. COYS. SFCOLDBOY
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6:27pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey.

"In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players."

"You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated"

Good stuff.
Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey. "In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players." "You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated" Good stuff. Thornhill Saint
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7:11pm Sun 9 Jun 13

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

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey.

"In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players."

"You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated"

Good stuff.
Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey. "In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players." "You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated" Good stuff.[/p][/quote]Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences. Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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7:25pm Sun 9 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM.

How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure.

It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t.

If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure
gets it.

By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues.
Thornhill, I`ve tried reasoning with 1885 and others like him but it doesn't work. i dont care if he has different logins or not, if he has and that's what floats his boat then that's his problem. I don't feel the need to explain the reasons I post n here to him or poster like him. so I choose to ignore him and his childish insults, if we all ignored him he would soon give up, the ssssshhhhhhh campaign worked wonders with most of the fish.

this thread was about a £3.5-£4mill signing that wasn't picked to play after he was brought. for what its worth I think that wen he came here he was unfit, by the time he regained fitness our defence had started to play better and MP didn't want to break it up. if I am wrong then we seem to have wasted a good chunk of money on him. we have had bad signings in the past and will have them again I just don't think Forren is bad, I hope im right and will give him time to prove himself.
For what it is worth I watched Forren play twice and he seemed unfit or was may be carrying another problem, he did show some good traits, was caught for pace a couple of times, but has a sweet left foot volley on him. I reckon we haven't seen the best of him yet, patience is the order of the day, same goes for Gaston, these two could be as good as two new signings come the start of the Season, some of our people have a tendency to be far too judgemental when they haven't got all of the facts.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: I have been posting on here for two and a half years and before then on Team Talk using the same login. It is not as others but it is longer than you who appears to be just another pop up WUM. How much does it really matter if Osprey does use multiple logins, If it others you that much maybe online forums are not for because let's face it you will never really know for sure. It looks like you just use this multiple login thing to avoid issues when you are looking like a tw@t. If it is paranoia why not give up posting and do something constructive. Have that therapy or wrote that letter to Nigel. Make sure gets it. By all accounts you are just a WUM. Why not give it up and start posting sensibly on team issues.[/p][/quote]Thornhill, I`ve tried reasoning with 1885 and others like him but it doesn't work. i dont care if he has different logins or not, if he has and that's what floats his boat then that's his problem. I don't feel the need to explain the reasons I post n here to him or poster like him. so I choose to ignore him and his childish insults, if we all ignored him he would soon give up, the ssssshhhhhhh campaign worked wonders with most of the fish. this thread was about a £3.5-£4mill signing that wasn't picked to play after he was brought. for what its worth I think that wen he came here he was unfit, by the time he regained fitness our defence had started to play better and MP didn't want to break it up. if I am wrong then we seem to have wasted a good chunk of money on him. we have had bad signings in the past and will have them again I just don't think Forren is bad, I hope im right and will give him time to prove himself.[/p][/quote]For what it is worth I watched Forren play twice and he seemed unfit or was may be carrying another problem, he did show some good traits, was caught for pace a couple of times, but has a sweet left foot volley on him. I reckon we haven't seen the best of him yet, patience is the order of the day, same goes for Gaston, these two could be as good as two new signings come the start of the Season, some of our people have a tendency to be far too judgemental when they haven't got all of the facts. OSPREYSAINT
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7:26pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O)

COYR!
Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O) COYR! Baddesley Bill
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7:30pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Thornhill Saint says...

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey.

"In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players."

"You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated"

Good stuff.
Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.
Pretty much sums up the article!

Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story!

Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey.
[quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey. "In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players." "You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated" Good stuff.[/p][/quote]Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.[/p][/quote]Pretty much sums up the article! Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story! Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey. Thornhill Saint
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7:59pm Sun 9 Jun 13

slugger says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey.

"In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players."

"You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated"

Good stuff.
Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.
Pretty much sums up the article!

Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story!

Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey.
I've met Darren Wheeler and can confirm he's a top bloke .
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey. "In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players." "You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated" Good stuff.[/p][/quote]Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.[/p][/quote]Pretty much sums up the article! Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story! Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey.[/p][/quote]I've met Darren Wheeler and can confirm he's a top bloke . slugger
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8:00pm Sun 9 Jun 13

mack chinnon says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey.

"In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players."

"You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated"

Good stuff.
Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.
Pretty much sums up the article!

Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story!

Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey.
I know Darren Wheeler. He actually looks like the sickly offspring of Uncle Fester. He used to publish The Beautiful South fanzine. That was a good read.
Come on you signings.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey. "In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players." "You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated" Good stuff.[/p][/quote]Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.[/p][/quote]Pretty much sums up the article! Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story! Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey.[/p][/quote]I know Darren Wheeler. He actually looks like the sickly offspring of Uncle Fester. He used to publish The Beautiful South fanzine. That was a good read. Come on you signings. mack chinnon
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8:57pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Confucious says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O)

COYR!
Haven't got mine yet, but really looking forward to it now.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O) COYR![/p][/quote]Haven't got mine yet, but really looking forward to it now. Confucious
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9:32pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Baddesley Bill says...

Confucious wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O)

COYR!
Haven't got mine yet, but really looking forward to it now.
Here you go

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=c8zGXLO_H
t8
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O) COYR![/p][/quote]Haven't got mine yet, but really looking forward to it now.[/p][/quote]Here you go http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=c8zGXLO_H t8 Baddesley Bill
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10:50pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off!

There, that should teach me!
Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me.

Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains.
You can't beat a good oiling to ease the stress, Confucious. Let me reasure you, though, you're NOT 1885 and neither's your wife. In fact, I've a hunch that 1885 isn't 1885 either, but that might just be my generous side giving him the benefit of the doubt.

The thing is, wherever 1885 is, he must be THERE and if he's THERE, he must be all THERE, but as we know, 1885 isn't all THERE. So, if he isn't all THERE, but wherever he is he's all THERE, by definition, 1885 (who we've ascertained is all THERE) can't actually be 1885 who isn't all THERE. See?

Oh Buddha! I'll go and oil my bike chain .......
Strassie,are you sure your not Confucius cos I can certainly say that you Confuse-us.
I thought my confusion up to now was just the onset of Altzheimers, its a relief to know it was only you.
COYS.
All I know, Oldboy, is that the older I get, the longer it takes for each new season to arrive. That confuses the hell out of me.

Roll on August!
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: It seems I've just logged on at about the same time as 1885. I'm no expert on these things, but I've a horrible feeling I'm 1885 and he's me. If so, Strassie, you're nothing more than a WUM, now s0d off! There, that should teach me![/p][/quote]Know what you mean Strassie. I had a nightmare in which I dreamed I was 1885. But then I thought I could actually be 1885 dreaming I was me. Anyhow, it was 4.45 and just getting light so rather than worry about it, I got up and oiled all our bicycle chains.[/p][/quote]You can't beat a good oiling to ease the stress, Confucious. Let me reasure you, though, you're NOT 1885 and neither's your wife. In fact, I've a hunch that 1885 isn't 1885 either, but that might just be my generous side giving him the benefit of the doubt. The thing is, wherever 1885 is, he must be THERE and if he's THERE, he must be all THERE, but as we know, 1885 isn't all THERE. So, if he isn't all THERE, but wherever he is he's all THERE, by definition, 1885 (who we've ascertained is all THERE) can't actually be 1885 who isn't all THERE. See? Oh Buddha! I'll go and oil my bike chain .......[/p][/quote]Strassie,are you sure your not Confucius cos I can certainly say that you Confuse-us. I thought my confusion up to now was just the onset of Altzheimers, its a relief to know it was only you. COYS.[/p][/quote]All I know, Oldboy, is that the older I get, the longer it takes for each new season to arrive. That confuses the hell out of me. Roll on August! Strasbourg Saint
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11:35pm Sun 9 Jun 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Arse
Arse Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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3:18am Mon 10 Jun 13

SiamSaint says...

St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
Hmmmm..... depends where you start. Muckle Flugga is actually a good 350 km (220 miles) nearer the north pole than Pysen in the south of Norway.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]Hmmmm..... depends where you start. Muckle Flugga is actually a good 350 km (220 miles) nearer the north pole than Pysen in the south of Norway. SiamSaint
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3:23am Mon 10 Jun 13

SiamSaint says...

Confucious wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.
Only because our blokes all died. The Norwegians cheated really by wearing big coats and taking lots of kippers with them to eat.

Our blokes only had jumpers and lumps of Yorkshire pudding (which froze solid).

The Norwegians only conquered completely useless cold places. When they sent their army to claim India in 1698, most died from overheating in their fur coats and the rest starved when their kippers went manky.

Forren should be okay though. You can see him in training on the official site - without a coat.
Scott's boys lost because of pig-headedness. The Norwegians won through excellent preparation, and horses, the ideal takeaway beast of burden, as any Tesco rep can attest. Ever try eating huskie?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.[/p][/quote]Only because our blokes all died. The Norwegians cheated really by wearing big coats and taking lots of kippers with them to eat. Our blokes only had jumpers and lumps of Yorkshire pudding (which froze solid). The Norwegians only conquered completely useless cold places. When they sent their army to claim India in 1698, most died from overheating in their fur coats and the rest starved when their kippers went manky. Forren should be okay though. You can see him in training on the official site - without a coat.[/p][/quote]Scott's boys lost because of pig-headedness. The Norwegians won through excellent preparation, and horses, the ideal takeaway beast of burden, as any Tesco rep can attest. Ever try eating huskie? SiamSaint
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7:57am Mon 10 Jun 13

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

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey.

"In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players."

"You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated"

Good stuff.
Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.
Pretty much sums up the article!

Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story!

Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey.
DW is my illegitimate half brother three times removed...
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Darren Fletcher for DE Chief Sports Editor! Very good article in the Pink defending the Saints against Rod Bransgrove and savaging his praise of Pompey. "In this Instance Rod is wrong. You feel former players have been poorly treated by the club? At least they have been paid unlike a fair portion of Pompey's ex-players." "You ask any Pompey fan and they will bore the pants off you their club has been unfairly treated" Good stuff.[/p][/quote]Unfairly treated? We all know that the skunts are 'special' and have a big chip on the shoulder about always having been the second team in Hampshire after us, but the law and the league rules still apply to them as they do to everyone else. The trouble with Pompey is that Pompey didn't Pay Up and now the fans are paying the penalty. They enjoyed the good times when they spent beyond their means now they must suffer the consequences.[/p][/quote]Pretty much sums up the article! Is Darren Wheeler (I got his name wrong above) actually the illegitimate love child of Captain Kirk. That would be a story! Good to to see a pro-Saints DE article which sticks it to Poopey.[/p][/quote]DW is my illegitimate half brother three times removed... Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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8:27am Mon 10 Jun 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

SiamSaint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.
I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.
Only because our blokes all died. The Norwegians cheated really by wearing big coats and taking lots of kippers with them to eat.

Our blokes only had jumpers and lumps of Yorkshire pudding (which froze solid).

The Norwegians only conquered completely useless cold places. When they sent their army to claim India in 1698, most died from overheating in their fur coats and the rest starved when their kippers went manky.

Forren should be okay though. You can see him in training on the official site - without a coat.
Scott's boys lost because of pig-headedness. The Norwegians won through excellent preparation, and horses, the ideal takeaway beast of burden, as any Tesco rep can attest. Ever try eating huskie?
Plenty of Poles in Southampton to explore, not many Vikings though.
[quote][p][bold]SiamSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]It's not really a fair race though, is it? They're miles nearer.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find they beat us to the South Pole.[/p][/quote]Only because our blokes all died. The Norwegians cheated really by wearing big coats and taking lots of kippers with them to eat. Our blokes only had jumpers and lumps of Yorkshire pudding (which froze solid). The Norwegians only conquered completely useless cold places. When they sent their army to claim India in 1698, most died from overheating in their fur coats and the rest starved when their kippers went manky. Forren should be okay though. You can see him in training on the official site - without a coat.[/p][/quote]Scott's boys lost because of pig-headedness. The Norwegians won through excellent preparation, and horses, the ideal takeaway beast of burden, as any Tesco rep can attest. Ever try eating huskie?[/p][/quote]Plenty of Poles in Southampton to explore, not many Vikings though. OSPREYSAINT
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9:38am Mon 10 Jun 13

Confucious says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O)

COYR!
Haven't got mine yet, but really looking forward to it now.
Here you go

http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=c8zGXLO_H

t8
Cheers - great stuff that!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Has everyone seen the SFC video for the new season tickets yet? Actually made my hairs stand on end...both of them :O) COYR![/p][/quote]Haven't got mine yet, but really looking forward to it now.[/p][/quote]Here you go http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=c8zGXLO_H t8[/p][/quote]Cheers - great stuff that! Confucious
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2:56pm Mon 10 Jun 13

St Mark says...

miltonarcher wrote:
Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.
The Norwegians didn't do our England U-21 side much good either did they?

Remind me why it is important where he comes from - isn't his ability more the point?
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Take on board the derogatory remarks about the Scandinavians but a Norwegian did beat us to the North Pole.[/p][/quote]The Norwegians didn't do our England U-21 side much good either did they? Remind me why it is important where he comes from - isn't his ability more the point? St Mark
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4:37pm Mon 10 Jun 13

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

No 2nd stiff division no wonder we aint got a decent England team oh deary me!
No 2nd stiff division no wonder we aint got a decent England team oh deary me! Fatty x Ford Worker
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