Saints miss out on possible south coast FA Cup quarter-final derby

Daily Echo: CUP EXIT: Mauricio Pochettino CUP EXIT: Mauricio Pochettino

Saints’ loss to Sunderland has cost them a possible south coast derby against Brighton in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

Brighton, who lie seventh in the Championship, host top-flight Hull in the fifth round tonight – the winners earning a home game against Gus Poyet’s Premier League strugglers in the next round.

Today’s draw also guaranteed a semi-final place for a team from outside the Premier League after Sheffield United or Nottingham Forest were drawn at home to Sheffield Wednesday or Charlton.

The other ties, which will be played over the weekend of March 8-9, are: Arsenal/Liverpool v Everton and Manchester City v Wigan.

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4:11pm Sun 16 Feb 14

fritzer says...

QUE SERA SERA COYR
QUE SERA SERA COYR fritzer

4:21pm Sun 16 Feb 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR REDARMYRULETHESOUTH

4:28pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Saintsayer II says...

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
[quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game Saintsayer II

4:30pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Norwegian Saint says...

So? We lost, we move on.
Yes, it was a huge missed opportunity yesterday but it's history now.
Only thing I'm still angry about is Jesus and his interview answers but the good news is we don't have to hear him again.
So? We lost, we move on. Yes, it was a huge missed opportunity yesterday but it's history now. Only thing I'm still angry about is Jesus and his interview answers but the good news is we don't have to hear him again. Norwegian Saint

4:33pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Puddletown Saint says...

I think for the majority of fans this draw says it all. We would all have remembered a wonderful cup run in 20 years time but not 7/8 in the league. Still in a mood but always a Saint.
I think for the majority of fans this draw says it all. We would all have remembered a wonderful cup run in 20 years time but not 7/8 in the league. Still in a mood but always a Saint. Puddletown Saint

4:43pm Sun 16 Feb 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result.

As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble.

A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games.

Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good.

We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out.

THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game[/p][/quote]Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result. As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble. A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games. Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good. We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out. THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR REDARMYRULETHESOUTH

4:47pm Sun 16 Feb 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
So? We lost, we move on.
Yes, it was a huge missed opportunity yesterday but it's history now.
Only thing I'm still angry about is Jesus and his interview answers but the good news is we don't have to hear him again.
Fair One - I was not too pleased with Perez yesterday and his lack of a grasp of our Players and their ability - the resulting Team Selection and what it meant to the Fans.

PROGRESS IN THE FA CUP MEANT A LOT TO THE SUPPORTERS AND YESTERDAY HAS TAKEN THE SHINE OFF A GOOD SEASON.

SAINTS FANS ARE GUTTED - BUT WE FIGHT ON.

COYR
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: So? We lost, we move on. Yes, it was a huge missed opportunity yesterday but it's history now. Only thing I'm still angry about is Jesus and his interview answers but the good news is we don't have to hear him again.[/p][/quote]Fair One - I was not too pleased with Perez yesterday and his lack of a grasp of our Players and their ability - the resulting Team Selection and what it meant to the Fans. PROGRESS IN THE FA CUP MEANT A LOT TO THE SUPPORTERS AND YESTERDAY HAS TAKEN THE SHINE OFF A GOOD SEASON. SAINTS FANS ARE GUTTED - BUT WE FIGHT ON. COYR REDARMYRULETHESOUTH

5:17pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result.

As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble.

A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games.

Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good.

We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out.

THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR
Speak up, Red :)

SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.
[quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game[/p][/quote]Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result. As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble. A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games. Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good. We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out. THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR[/p][/quote]Speak up, Red :) SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'. Strasbourg Saint

6:20pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Jan28th1984 says...

Well there you go - what might have been................
.....

Good luck Sunderland you deserve it.

As for our sad sorry club - in return for sticking two fingers up at its own supporters (including me) I'm expecting a top six finish and a Europa League place.
Well there you go - what might have been................ ..... Good luck Sunderland you deserve it. As for our sad sorry club - in return for sticking two fingers up at its own supporters (including me) I'm expecting a top six finish and a Europa League place. Jan28th1984

6:50pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Saintsteve7 says...

If we can't beat a Sunderland side, who made 9 changes, then we don't deserve a place in quarter finals, simple as that! Those who were chosen didn't perform and really rightly got knocked out! Lets move on now shall we!?
If we can't beat a Sunderland side, who made 9 changes, then we don't deserve a place in quarter finals, simple as that! Those who were chosen didn't perform and really rightly got knocked out! Lets move on now shall we!? Saintsteve7

7:04pm Sun 16 Feb 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result.

As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble.

A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games.

Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good.

We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out.

THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR
Speak up, Red :)

SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.
YOU WILL HEAR ME AT WET SPAM GUARANTEED ALONG WITH ALL THE OTHER NOISY SAINTS SUPPORTERS.

ALL SOLD OUT - WITH A SCRAMBLE TO GO TO PALACE WHEN TICKETS GO ON SALE.

THERE IS STILL NEEDLE WITH WET SPAM - SO ONLY A WIN WILL DO.

BEER IN THE CONCOURSE

RED ARMY 2014.
UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game[/p][/quote]Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result. As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble. A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games. Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good. We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out. THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR[/p][/quote]Speak up, Red :) SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.[/p][/quote]YOU WILL HEAR ME AT WET SPAM GUARANTEED ALONG WITH ALL THE OTHER NOISY SAINTS SUPPORTERS. ALL SOLD OUT - WITH A SCRAMBLE TO GO TO PALACE WHEN TICKETS GO ON SALE. THERE IS STILL NEEDLE WITH WET SPAM - SO ONLY A WIN WILL DO. BEER IN THE CONCOURSE RED ARMY 2014. UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO. REDARMYRULETHESOUTH

8:13pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result.

As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble.

A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games.

Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good.

We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out.

THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR
Speak up, Red :)

SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.
YOU WILL HEAR ME AT WET SPAM GUARANTEED ALONG WITH ALL THE OTHER NOISY SAINTS SUPPORTERS.

ALL SOLD OUT - WITH A SCRAMBLE TO GO TO PALACE WHEN TICKETS GO ON SALE.

THERE IS STILL NEEDLE WITH WET SPAM - SO ONLY A WIN WILL DO.

BEER IN THE CONCOURSE

RED ARMY 2014.
UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO.
I was amazed I managed to get tickets - after failing to get any for Liverpool. We'll be singing non-stop, too. Probably not quite as loudly as you, but we'll be singing - and I'll probably be moaning at the ref. My kids say I never stop - they're probably right.
[quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game[/p][/quote]Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result. As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble. A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games. Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good. We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out. THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR[/p][/quote]Speak up, Red :) SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.[/p][/quote]YOU WILL HEAR ME AT WET SPAM GUARANTEED ALONG WITH ALL THE OTHER NOISY SAINTS SUPPORTERS. ALL SOLD OUT - WITH A SCRAMBLE TO GO TO PALACE WHEN TICKETS GO ON SALE. THERE IS STILL NEEDLE WITH WET SPAM - SO ONLY A WIN WILL DO. BEER IN THE CONCOURSE RED ARMY 2014. UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE GO.[/p][/quote]I was amazed I managed to get tickets - after failing to get any for Liverpool. We'll be singing non-stop, too. Probably not quite as loudly as you, but we'll be singing - and I'll probably be moaning at the ref. My kids say I never stop - they're probably right. Strasbourg Saint

8:56pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Saintsayer II says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result.

As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble.

A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games.

Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good.

We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out.

THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR
Speak up, Red :)

SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.
Give me a couple of days Strass and I will have calmed down At least i got to spend some time with my favourite big sister
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game[/p][/quote]Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result. As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble. A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games. Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good. We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out. THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR[/p][/quote]Speak up, Red :) SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.[/p][/quote]Give me a couple of days Strass and I will have calmed down At least i got to spend some time with my favourite big sister Saintsayer II

9:17pm Sun 16 Feb 14

saintbobby says...

There has been considerable comment about this great mis-judgement and disappointment. So muc that I have not read everything, but has anyone said anything about the financial side of this?

I know that FA Cup rewards are different from Premier League prize money, but realistically one more place is probably the best possibility. That, I believe, carries about £1 million per place. But how much has been lost from a quarter- final match, and possibly a local derby, a share of the semi-final receipts and we might, just might, have got big cheque from a Wembley appearance, tickets, TV and everything else that goes with it.

So disappointment is one thing but some hard cash has gone down the pan. Seems a great shame financially and there is also us fans who now have to stay at home. However, all over now and we must move on.
There has been considerable comment about this great mis-judgement and disappointment. So muc that I have not read everything, but has anyone said anything about the financial side of this? I know that FA Cup rewards are different from Premier League prize money, but realistically one more place is probably the best possibility. That, I believe, carries about £1 million per place. But how much has been lost from a quarter- final match, and possibly a local derby, a share of the semi-final receipts and we might, just might, have got big cheque from a Wembley appearance, tickets, TV and everything else that goes with it. So disappointment is one thing but some hard cash has gone down the pan. Seems a great shame financially and there is also us fans who now have to stay at home. However, all over now and we must move on. saintbobby

9:32pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result.

As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble.

A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games.

Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good.

We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out.

THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR
Speak up, Red :)

SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.
Give me a couple of days Strass and I will have calmed down At least i got to spend some time with my favourite big sister
Yes, me too. A bad weekend in which we can all find a few positives.

Better still, a good week ahead will be capped with a big, big win at Spam.
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game[/p][/quote]Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result. As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble. A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games. Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good. We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out. THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR[/p][/quote]Speak up, Red :) SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.[/p][/quote]Give me a couple of days Strass and I will have calmed down At least i got to spend some time with my favourite big sister[/p][/quote]Yes, me too. A bad weekend in which we can all find a few positives. Better still, a good week ahead will be capped with a big, big win at Spam. Strasbourg Saint

9:35pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !!

INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK.

WE GO FOR THE WIN !

COYR
Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game
Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result.

As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble.

A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games.

Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good.

We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out.

THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR
Speak up, Red :)

SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.
Give me a couple of days Strass and I will have calmed down At least i got to spend some time with my favourite big sister
Yes, me too. A bad weekend in which we can all find a few positives.

Better still, a good week ahead will be capped with a big, big win at Spam.
Whoops!!!

I've just re-read my post. I mean .....

me, too WILL HAVE CALMED DOWN ......... NOT ......
me, too GOT TO SPEND TIME WITH YOUR FAVOURITE BIG SISTER.

I just thought I should clarify that. Sorry!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD !! INSTEAD WE ARE ALL UP FOR WET SPAM AWAY NEXT WEEK. WE GO FOR THE WIN ! COYR[/p][/quote]Can't afford it Spent all my cash going to Hull and then stayed up north for Sunderland because it was supposed to be an important game[/p][/quote]Fair one - a lot of Saints Supporters are angry skint and sore after yesterday's Team Selection which affected performance and the result. As soon as the Team was announced - we all felt we were in trouble. A lot of Supporters will have learnt their lesson and will not show or have the interest next Season - as Supporters did feel that the FA CUP really represented our big chance of success this Season - so yesterday was a vital game as were the previous games. Under the Nigel regime I promised myself after the disgrace vs Chelsea at home that I would not support the Cup anymore. But under the new regime and with the security of our League Position - it was all looking good. We have so few games left that I will go and make the best of the Season - in the short term we have Wet Spam Away Liverpool at home and Palace Away and all promise to be good days out. THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION - WE FIGHT FOR A GOOD LEAGUE POSITION. COYR[/p][/quote]Speak up, Red :) SaintSayer, great effort to go up there for those matches. I don't think anyone can blame you for calling MP names. I don't know if it helps, but I'm trying to focus on how great the past 12 months of his management have been. He was (to quote you) 'an argy git' yesterday, but for the most part, he's been 'the sensational one'.[/p][/quote]Give me a couple of days Strass and I will have calmed down At least i got to spend some time with my favourite big sister[/p][/quote]Yes, me too. A bad weekend in which we can all find a few positives. Better still, a good week ahead will be capped with a big, big win at Spam.[/p][/quote]Whoops!!! I've just re-read my post. I mean ..... me, too WILL HAVE CALMED DOWN ......... NOT ...... me, too GOT TO SPEND TIME WITH YOUR FAVOURITE BIG SISTER. I just thought I should clarify that. Sorry! Strasbourg Saint

11:15pm Sun 16 Feb 14

bigfella777 says...

They wouldn't have beaten Brighton anyway, saves the Embarrassment.
They wouldn't have beaten Brighton anyway, saves the Embarrassment. bigfella777

12:21am Mon 17 Feb 14

hedge end bob says...

bigfella777 wrote:
They wouldn't have beaten Brighton anyway, saves the Embarrassment.
feck off you brighton belle
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: They wouldn't have beaten Brighton anyway, saves the Embarrassment.[/p][/quote]feck off you brighton belle hedge end bob

11:07am Mon 17 Feb 14

St. Case says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
But there again it may turn out to be another trip up north to see a team that consists of 50% fringe players All the time and money the last week has cost me wasted because that Argy git doesn't want Europa league
That Argy git is the manager that has taken us up the table, improving the team a lot since NA, and got the attention from the England manager to our players. Show some respect, if you in fact are a Saints fan!
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: But there again it may turn out to be another trip up north to see a team that consists of 50% fringe players All the time and money the last week has cost me wasted because that Argy git doesn't want Europa league[/p][/quote]That Argy git is the manager that has taken us up the table, improving the team a lot since NA, and got the attention from the England manager to our players. Show some respect, if you in fact are a Saints fan! St. Case

12:30pm Mon 17 Feb 14

jls217 says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
But there again it may turn out to be another trip up north to see a team that consists of 50% fringe players All the time and money the last week has cost me wasted because that Argy git doesn't want Europa league
You want to drive a perfectly good management team away then just continue with the nationalistic insults mate. It was the team that showed the disinterest on the field - that's where the game was lost. There were only a couple of first teamers absent and a could of them were on the bench. This sort of selection could and has happened in the league with Saints and other teams so stop blaming the management staff. The players had a really bad day at the office and the score could've been worse. If you really have to play the blame card (always negative and no good ever came from it) then put the blame where it fits - on the head of eleven pros who, as a unit didn't play anything like they are capable of doing.
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: But there again it may turn out to be another trip up north to see a team that consists of 50% fringe players All the time and money the last week has cost me wasted because that Argy git doesn't want Europa league[/p][/quote]You want to drive a perfectly good management team away then just continue with the nationalistic insults mate. It was the team that showed the disinterest on the field - that's where the game was lost. There were only a couple of first teamers absent and a could of them were on the bench. This sort of selection could and has happened in the league with Saints and other teams so stop blaming the management staff. The players had a really bad day at the office and the score could've been worse. If you really have to play the blame card (always negative and no good ever came from it) then put the blame where it fits - on the head of eleven pros who, as a unit didn't play anything like they are capable of doing. jls217

3:23pm Mon 17 Feb 14

lowe esteem says...

Shaping up nicely for "Bright'un Our Gus" though isn't it? Black Cats fans must be furious with the mixed messages he's putting out, and not turning up at the SOL.
Good Luck to 'em, but I don't think they'll meet such easy opposition next time- I still cannot come up with any other explanation other than our managements obvious disinterest in cup competitions, it certainly conveyed itself onto the pitch, shame there wasn't a sign on the ticket office though. Money back or an away 'freebie' (to a 'competitive' PL game obviously) offer for those that went to the SOL methinks.
Shaping up nicely for "Bright'un Our Gus" though isn't it? Black Cats fans must be furious with the mixed messages he's putting out, and not turning up at the SOL. Good Luck to 'em, but I don't think they'll meet such easy opposition next time- I still cannot come up with any other explanation other than our managements obvious disinterest in cup competitions, it certainly conveyed itself onto the pitch, shame there wasn't a sign on the ticket office though. Money back or an away 'freebie' (to a 'competitive' PL game obviously) offer for those that went to the SOL methinks. lowe esteem

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