Poch hails his record breakers

Daily Echo: Mauricio Pochettino Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino hailed his record breaking Saints as they made it six Premier League away wins in a season for the first time.

A 1-0 victory at Crystal Palace thanks to Jay Rodriguez’s first half goal secured the milestone win.

“I found out that we have taken over the statistics of most games won away from home, six, ever in the Premier League so I am pleased with that statistics as well,” said Pochettino.

“I think we have a good balance, we are doing well, we are building a project and we want to continue in this way.

“We are showing the potential we have for the future at Southampton Football Club and we are very well pleased with the victory.”

He added: “I thought it was a really tough game.

“This was one of the toughest stadiums I have had to come to in the Premier League.

“I thought that we were playing against a team that presses quite high, that demands from you quite a big physical effort and despite that we played our way, the way we know how to.

“We always kept the ball on the pitch despite the ground not being in that great condition.

“I think overall the victory was well deserved by my team.”

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6:02pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Sadoldgitte says...

Need to sort out the hom form now Poch!
Need to sort out the hom form now Poch! Sadoldgitte
  • Score: 27

6:08pm Sat 8 Mar 14

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

Good 3 pts and team performance C O Y R
Good 3 pts and team performance C O Y R SPIKEISLANDTRADER
  • Score: 17

6:35pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Confucious says...

What's going on?

It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion.

This aint Saintly.

But it makes a very, very, very nice change.
What's going on? It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion. This aint Saintly. But it makes a very, very, very nice change. Confucious
  • Score: 47

6:38pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Chris1991 says...

Last week, Poch was slammed by many on here. Not interested, clueless were some of the comments.

He seemed to do okay today...
Last week, Poch was slammed by many on here. Not interested, clueless were some of the comments. He seemed to do okay today... Chris1991
  • Score: 40

6:38pm Sat 8 Mar 14

saints1998 says...

What a performance away from home. Good 3 points now bring on Norwich and 3 more points we are THE MIGHTY SAINTS.
What a performance away from home. Good 3 points now bring on Norwich and 3 more points we are THE MIGHTY SAINTS. saints1998
  • Score: 20

6:42pm Sat 8 Mar 14

FindAndDestroy says...

The squad line up especially our resilient defence was exactly what we had at the beginning of the season when we reached 3rd spot before being plagued by series of injuries...
hope we finish the season on high....

Well done all of ya...

....Hope Jack's injury not so serious

COYRs
The squad line up especially our resilient defence was exactly what we had at the beginning of the season when we reached 3rd spot before being plagued by series of injuries... hope we finish the season on high.... Well done all of ya... ....Hope Jack's injury not so serious COYRs FindAndDestroy
  • Score: 31

6:43pm Sat 8 Mar 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

See what fan power can do combined with the MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON - The Team and Manager-

Together as One

COYR
See what fan power can do combined with the MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON - The Team and Manager- Together as One COYR REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
  • Score: 24

6:49pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Cincinnati says...

Need to sort out the home form and still need to be scoring more from our chances. Hopefully that will be corrected in the summer window.
Need to sort out the home form and still need to be scoring more from our chances. Hopefully that will be corrected in the summer window. Cincinnati
  • Score: 21

6:55pm Sat 8 Mar 14

warrens 76 says...

Sadoldgitte wrote:
Need to sort out the hom form now Poch!
Hom form? is there something you want to tell us?
[quote][p][bold]Sadoldgitte[/bold] wrote: Need to sort out the hom form now Poch![/p][/quote]Hom form? is there something you want to tell us? warrens 76
  • Score: 5

6:57pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Clever Dick says...

Confucious wrote:
What's going on?

It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion.

This aint Saintly.

But it makes a very, very, very nice change.
Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: What's going on? It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion. This aint Saintly. But it makes a very, very, very nice change.[/p][/quote]Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie! Clever Dick
  • Score: 7

7:00pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Jan28th1984 says...

Good work Saints on finally breaking the 40 point barrier and well done Pochettino for getting us there!
Top manager, I hope he is with us for a long long time to come.

Would be great to see some better results at home we now have Norwich, Newcastle, Cardiff, Everton, and Manchester United, in that order.
Here's me being optimistic but if we play to our strengths we can get four wins and a draw out of that lot, and that will bode well for next season......

COYS
Good work Saints on finally breaking the 40 point barrier and well done Pochettino for getting us there! Top manager, I hope he is with us for a long long time to come. Would be great to see some better results at home we now have Norwich, Newcastle, Cardiff, Everton, and Manchester United, in that order. Here's me being optimistic but if we play to our strengths we can get four wins and a draw out of that lot, and that will bode well for next season...... COYS Jan28th1984
  • Score: 21

7:02pm Sat 8 Mar 14

warrens 76 says...

WE have dominated every game bar 4 yes 4… when the crocodile hat did that happen before!
Make no mistake sharpshooting will be on the Agenda next season…watch out SFC are about..
ps loved the project comment from Mo Po clearly it a'int over, not by a long chalk.
WE have dominated every game bar 4 yes 4… when the crocodile hat did that happen before! Make no mistake sharpshooting will be on the Agenda next season…watch out SFC are about.. ps loved the project comment from Mo Po clearly it a'int over, not by a long chalk. warrens 76
  • Score: 32

7:08pm Sat 8 Mar 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

Hmm, 17 points above a relegation position, the most top flight away wins in our history. Where are all the doom & gloom merchants now?

Thanks Poch & our boys in red (& a little bit of white), not forgetting our fantastic away support - again.

COYR!
Hmm, 17 points above a relegation position, the most top flight away wins in our history. Where are all the doom & gloom merchants now? Thanks Poch & our boys in red (& a little bit of white), not forgetting our fantastic away support - again. COYR! TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 31

7:14pm Sat 8 Mar 14

warrens 76 says...

They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect. warrens 76
  • Score: 28

7:22pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Clever Dick says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
Good work Saints on finally breaking the 40 point barrier and well done Pochettino for getting us there!
Top manager, I hope he is with us for a long long time to come.

Would be great to see some better results at home we now have Norwich, Newcastle, Cardiff, Everton, and Manchester United, in that order.
Here's me being optimistic but if we play to our strengths we can get four wins and a draw out of that lot, and that will bode well for next season......

COYS
I agree with you. We'll definitely beat Norwich, Newcastle, Everton and Manure. So that's the four wins. That puts us on 54. 55 if we manage to get the draw against a rubbish Cardiff side. Then 2 more away wins. One at the Spuds and some revenge against Villa. That's it then. 61 points guaranteed. And we can then look forward to a big improvement next season. Happy days.
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: Good work Saints on finally breaking the 40 point barrier and well done Pochettino for getting us there! Top manager, I hope he is with us for a long long time to come. Would be great to see some better results at home we now have Norwich, Newcastle, Cardiff, Everton, and Manchester United, in that order. Here's me being optimistic but if we play to our strengths we can get four wins and a draw out of that lot, and that will bode well for next season...... COYS[/p][/quote]I agree with you. We'll definitely beat Norwich, Newcastle, Everton and Manure. So that's the four wins. That puts us on 54. 55 if we manage to get the draw against a rubbish Cardiff side. Then 2 more away wins. One at the Spuds and some revenge against Villa. That's it then. 61 points guaranteed. And we can then look forward to a big improvement next season. Happy days. Clever Dick
  • Score: 7

7:27pm Sat 8 Mar 14

jasons odd says...

Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s
Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s jasons odd
  • Score: 26

7:30pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Jan28th1984 says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
Good work Saints on finally breaking the 40 point barrier and well done Pochettino for getting us there!
Top manager, I hope he is with us for a long long time to come.

Would be great to see some better results at home we now have Norwich, Newcastle, Cardiff, Everton, and Manchester United, in that order.
Here's me being optimistic but if we play to our strengths we can get four wins and a draw out of that lot, and that will bode well for next season......

COYS
I agree with you. We'll definitely beat Norwich, Newcastle, Everton and Manure. So that's the four wins. That puts us on 54. 55 if we manage to get the draw against a rubbish Cardiff side. Then 2 more away wins. One at the Spuds and some revenge against Villa. That's it then. 61 points guaranteed. And we can then look forward to a big improvement next season. Happy days.
Yes - a lot hangs on tomorrow's FA Cup draw - a potential Arsenal v Man City Final means that 7th place will be enough for a Europa League place - there is a lot of football yet to go before that happens, but it is a possibility.

Arsenal and Man City to avoid each other in the Cup - that's what I am looking for.....
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: Good work Saints on finally breaking the 40 point barrier and well done Pochettino for getting us there! Top manager, I hope he is with us for a long long time to come. Would be great to see some better results at home we now have Norwich, Newcastle, Cardiff, Everton, and Manchester United, in that order. Here's me being optimistic but if we play to our strengths we can get four wins and a draw out of that lot, and that will bode well for next season...... COYS[/p][/quote]I agree with you. We'll definitely beat Norwich, Newcastle, Everton and Manure. So that's the four wins. That puts us on 54. 55 if we manage to get the draw against a rubbish Cardiff side. Then 2 more away wins. One at the Spuds and some revenge against Villa. That's it then. 61 points guaranteed. And we can then look forward to a big improvement next season. Happy days.[/p][/quote]Yes - a lot hangs on tomorrow's FA Cup draw - a potential Arsenal v Man City Final means that 7th place will be enough for a Europa League place - there is a lot of football yet to go before that happens, but it is a possibility. Arsenal and Man City to avoid each other in the Cup - that's what I am looking for..... Jan28th1984
  • Score: 4

7:47pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness says...

Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene
d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form... Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness
  • Score: -59

7:52pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Jan28th1984 says...

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene

d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
Enjoy your evening, my friend.
[quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]Enjoy your evening, my friend. Jan28th1984
  • Score: 22

8:02pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Clever Dick says...

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene

d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
Most games are decided by a mistake by the opposition, a refereeing error or a moment of genius. Spuds were doing OK till they gave the ball away and conceded a stupid goal. Credit JRod for talking advantage. Any away win in the Premier league is a good 3 points.
[quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]Most games are decided by a mistake by the opposition, a refereeing error or a moment of genius. Spuds were doing OK till they gave the ball away and conceded a stupid goal. Credit JRod for talking advantage. Any away win in the Premier league is a good 3 points. Clever Dick
  • Score: 27

8:05pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Excellent performance. Not one for the purists....but proof that we can get a result against ugly football tactics. 3pts well earned COYR
Excellent performance. Not one for the purists....but proof that we can get a result against ugly football tactics. 3pts well earned COYR Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 23

8:13pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene


d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
Most games are decided by a mistake by the opposition, a refereeing error or a moment of genius. Spuds were doing OK till they gave the ball away and conceded a stupid goal. Credit JRod for talking advantage. Any away win in the Premier league is a good 3 points.
Agree with most of what you say here, although I think "most games" should be "many games," but I'm just trying to inject a note of realism into the wild celebrations.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]Most games are decided by a mistake by the opposition, a refereeing error or a moment of genius. Spuds were doing OK till they gave the ball away and conceded a stupid goal. Credit JRod for talking advantage. Any away win in the Premier league is a good 3 points.[/p][/quote]Agree with most of what you say here, although I think "most games" should be "many games," but I'm just trying to inject a note of realism into the wild celebrations. Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness
  • Score: -22

8:19pm Sat 8 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene

d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
Er! I think you will find that we won because we scored more goals than the opposition, that's all we ask. What exactly is your opening remark supposed to mean and why do you feel the need to be so abusive?
[quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]Er! I think you will find that we won because we scored more goals than the opposition, that's all we ask. What exactly is your opening remark supposed to mean and why do you feel the need to be so abusive? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 7

8:22pm Sat 8 Mar 14

gladbachsaint says...

warrens 76 wrote:
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store. gladbachsaint
  • Score: 25

8:23pm Sat 8 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene


d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
Enjoy your evening, my friend.
With friends like that you have no need for enemies methinks.
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]Enjoy your evening, my friend.[/p][/quote]With friends like that you have no need for enemies methinks. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -1

8:27pm Sat 8 Mar 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

gladbachsaint wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.
Give it a couple of years & they will be.
[quote][p][bold]gladbachsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.[/p][/quote]Give it a couple of years & they will be. TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 4

8:43pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Clever Dick says...

gladbachsaint wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.
Yeah. Then there were 1999 away fans. That just leaves the idiot with the bell then.
[quote][p][bold]gladbachsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.[/p][/quote]Yeah. Then there were 1999 away fans. That just leaves the idiot with the bell then. Clever Dick
  • Score: 4

8:50pm Sat 8 Mar 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Osprey, Clever Dick,
I wouldn't bother with mentally challenged, we all know what he is. he abuses people on here then complains when he gets abuse back, never has a positive word to say and thinks the players don't care if fans congratulate them. oh and we have the usual `being a realist` quote that doomongers etc use when the spout their negative tripe.

posters like him are only here for one reason.

oh and as for its name, its strange that the commentators, who he claims have note our poor form, said on more than one occasion today that the team have shown the mental toughness to stick to the game plan over recent weeks and have not folded despite some poor results, they also said that they have great physical stamina to still be playing our style of football so late into the season. not my words, im not capable of saying that because, I am now a dope smoking happy clapper who knows nothing about football and needs educating, like most on here!
Osprey, Clever Dick, I wouldn't bother with mentally challenged, we all know what he is. he abuses people on here then complains when he gets abuse back, never has a positive word to say and thinks the players don't care if fans congratulate them. oh and we have the usual `being a realist` quote that doomongers etc use when the spout their negative tripe. posters like him are only here for one reason. oh and as for its name, its strange that the commentators, who he claims have note our poor form, said on more than one occasion today that the team have shown the mental toughness to stick to the game plan over recent weeks and have not folded despite some poor results, they also said that they have great physical stamina to still be playing our style of football so late into the season. not my words, im not capable of saying that because, I am now a dope smoking happy clapper who knows nothing about football and needs educating, like most on here! el caballo santos101
  • Score: 13

8:59pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Confucious says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Confucious wrote:
What's going on?

It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion.

This aint Saintly.

But it makes a very, very, very nice change.
Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie!
See your point. If a majority of the least likely win against the losers of the matches between the top and the bottom - allowing the best part of the minority to get displaced by the victors of the matches between the gainers and the failures - the defeated few would overtake the previously misplaced many and turn the top to the bottom at the expense of the middle, which is where we are.

Nonetheless, quite frankly, I think I would rather have remained in the dark about this.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: What's going on? It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion. This aint Saintly. But it makes a very, very, very nice change.[/p][/quote]Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie![/p][/quote]See your point. If a majority of the least likely win against the losers of the matches between the top and the bottom - allowing the best part of the minority to get displaced by the victors of the matches between the gainers and the failures - the defeated few would overtake the previously misplaced many and turn the top to the bottom at the expense of the middle, which is where we are. Nonetheless, quite frankly, I think I would rather have remained in the dark about this. Confucious
  • Score: 6

9:15pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Confucious says...

warrens 76 wrote:
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
The numbers at Shatton Park are in fact related to extraordinarily high number of people being born in the city with low IQ - a direct result of iodine deficiency in their mothers during pregnancy.

If the mothers of the Poopey fans had been given seaweed tablets whilst pregnant this could have been avoided and most probably 16,800 of the 17,000 Poopey fans would now be regulars at St Marys instead.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]The numbers at Shatton Park are in fact related to extraordinarily high number of people being born in the city with low IQ - a direct result of iodine deficiency in their mothers during pregnancy. If the mothers of the Poopey fans had been given seaweed tablets whilst pregnant this could have been avoided and most probably 16,800 of the 17,000 Poopey fans would now be regulars at St Marys instead. Confucious
  • Score: 5

9:16pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Clever Dick says...

Confucious wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Confucious wrote:
What's going on?

It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion.

This aint Saintly.

But it makes a very, very, very nice change.
Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie!
See your point. If a majority of the least likely win against the losers of the matches between the top and the bottom - allowing the best part of the minority to get displaced by the victors of the matches between the gainers and the failures - the defeated few would overtake the previously misplaced many and turn the top to the bottom at the expense of the middle, which is where we are.

Nonetheless, quite frankly, I think I would rather have remained in the dark about this.
Well that's all I was trying to say really, but you have summed it up so much better than I could ever have. I'm sure everybody is clear on this now.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: What's going on? It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion. This aint Saintly. But it makes a very, very, very nice change.[/p][/quote]Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie![/p][/quote]See your point. If a majority of the least likely win against the losers of the matches between the top and the bottom - allowing the best part of the minority to get displaced by the victors of the matches between the gainers and the failures - the defeated few would overtake the previously misplaced many and turn the top to the bottom at the expense of the middle, which is where we are. Nonetheless, quite frankly, I think I would rather have remained in the dark about this.[/p][/quote]Well that's all I was trying to say really, but you have summed it up so much better than I could ever have. I'm sure everybody is clear on this now. Clever Dick
  • Score: 0

9:53pm Sat 8 Mar 14

F Fan says...

We played a good away game in the first half but were poor in the second. Not helped by a poor performance from Wanyama who is some way off his stunning form before his injury. But more worrying was another bad performance from Lambert. He has been poor for a long time now but I am sorry to say today he was just awful. You do begin to wonder whether his best days, and at his best they were terrific, are behind him. Time perhaps to give Rodriguez a run up front with Ramirez in behind. No sign that Gallagher is yet ready for a starting place.

On the plus side, the defence pretty much snuffed them out in the last third. Lovren, Shaw, Clyne and Boruc played well. Surely Clyne is worth a run - he has the edge on Chambers in all departments, especially for pace and in attack. And a run in the team might just get him a late England call. As a right back, he is surely as good as Johnstone and certainly better back up for him than out of position centre halves such as Smalling and Jones.
We played a good away game in the first half but were poor in the second. Not helped by a poor performance from Wanyama who is some way off his stunning form before his injury. But more worrying was another bad performance from Lambert. He has been poor for a long time now but I am sorry to say today he was just awful. You do begin to wonder whether his best days, and at his best they were terrific, are behind him. Time perhaps to give Rodriguez a run up front with Ramirez in behind. No sign that Gallagher is yet ready for a starting place. On the plus side, the defence pretty much snuffed them out in the last third. Lovren, Shaw, Clyne and Boruc played well. Surely Clyne is worth a run - he has the edge on Chambers in all departments, especially for pace and in attack. And a run in the team might just get him a late England call. As a right back, he is surely as good as Johnstone and certainly better back up for him than out of position centre halves such as Smalling and Jones. F Fan
  • Score: 8

9:55pm Sat 8 Mar 14

angus mc coatup says...

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene

d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
We won 1-0, we got 3pts winning an away game. All the stats point to us being the better side, these are the only facts at matter. All of the rest of the above is just....... Well make your own mind up.

Oh ! and when I say us, that obviously doesn't include you.
[quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]We won 1-0, we got 3pts winning an away game. All the stats point to us being the better side, these are the only facts at matter. All of the rest of the above is just....... Well make your own mind up. Oh ! and when I say us, that obviously doesn't include you. angus mc coatup
  • Score: 1

9:56pm Sat 8 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Change Victor to Victim, he is the Official Grump Target for now.
Change Victor to Victim, he is the Official Grump Target for now. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -3

9:58pm Sat 8 Mar 14

saintbobby says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Confucious wrote:
What's going on?

It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion.

This aint Saintly.

But it makes a very, very, very nice change.
Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie!
Now I like that last sentence.

Buried away at the end of another thread yesterday, I mentioned that Manure are preparing to break the bank to sign Luke Shaw and this was an item on BBC Radio 2 Sports News in the early morning.

What I said there was we should assume that having sold Gareth Bale for £12 million (?) and seen him sold on for £87 million, then breaking the transfer bank could mean £88 million!! The £20 million mentioned around the press would not be acceptable for an ENGLAND left back!! Good on you, Luke.

Seriously, Saints must now start holding on to our stars if we intend to move on for greater glory. We have an envied Academy and we are now a big club which needs to use our talent for ourselves and not just produce them for these so called Big clubs. This assumes that our players are happy to stay, of course, but at least Luke has signed a 5-year deal which is hopeful.

It really gets to you that these so called Big 4 or 6 think it is quite OK to jump in and nick other teams best players. Tell them to pi££ off! It is different now that we have decent backing, a decent team and, of course, brilliant supporters.

Finally, 64% possession again and only 1 goal. OK that's 3 points but it is so strange more goals do not come. The "pretty" play is a delight to watch, but a few more goals would be just the job. Well done today, though.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: What's going on? It's only early March and we're not sweating on getting relegated or getting pipped for promotion. This aint Saintly. But it makes a very, very, very nice change.[/p][/quote]Are you absolutely sure? I mean what if all the teams below us win every game except the ones against other teams below us, and they draw those. We then lose every game we have left. I think we are still in very big trouble just like all the doom-mongers and skunts have been predicting. Just kidding. There has been no doubt for weeks now. Hopefully we will now play with complete freedom and push on to well beyond 50 points finishing the season by thrashing Manure and keeping them out of the top four. Taxi for Moysie![/p][/quote]Now I like that last sentence. Buried away at the end of another thread yesterday, I mentioned that Manure are preparing to break the bank to sign Luke Shaw and this was an item on BBC Radio 2 Sports News in the early morning. What I said there was we should assume that having sold Gareth Bale for £12 million (?) and seen him sold on for £87 million, then breaking the transfer bank could mean £88 million!! The £20 million mentioned around the press would not be acceptable for an ENGLAND left back!! Good on you, Luke. Seriously, Saints must now start holding on to our stars if we intend to move on for greater glory. We have an envied Academy and we are now a big club which needs to use our talent for ourselves and not just produce them for these so called Big clubs. This assumes that our players are happy to stay, of course, but at least Luke has signed a 5-year deal which is hopeful. It really gets to you that these so called Big 4 or 6 think it is quite OK to jump in and nick other teams best players. Tell them to pi££ off! It is different now that we have decent backing, a decent team and, of course, brilliant supporters. Finally, 64% possession again and only 1 goal. OK that's 3 points but it is so strange more goals do not come. The "pretty" play is a delight to watch, but a few more goals would be just the job. Well done today, though. saintbobby
  • Score: 5

10:12pm Sat 8 Mar 14

dadofmy3sons says...

how does one WUM turn the mood around so easily on here?

We won.
Away.
Against a team who are improving and climbing the table, with several players having a good patch at the moment.
Lambert hit the post with a bit of nice skill.
Jay took a chance that he might not have earlier, but his confidence is growing.
Still a good time to be a Saints supporter
how does one WUM turn the mood around so easily on here? We won. Away. Against a team who are improving and climbing the table, with several players having a good patch at the moment. Lambert hit the post with a bit of nice skill. Jay took a chance that he might not have earlier, but his confidence is growing. Still a good time to be a Saints supporter dadofmy3sons
  • Score: 9

11:07pm Sat 8 Mar 14

florida saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene


d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
Er! I think you will find that we won because we scored more goals than the opposition, that's all we ask. What exactly is your opening remark supposed to mean and why do you feel the need to be so abusive?
crikey osprey, man ure only beat palace 2-0, take a chill pill and enjoy another saints away win, 6 already this year, not bad eh, 3 yrs ago you had something to moan about, anyway im having a beer in florida celebrating my beloved saints, have a good one I am u t s.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]Er! I think you will find that we won because we scored more goals than the opposition, that's all we ask. What exactly is your opening remark supposed to mean and why do you feel the need to be so abusive?[/p][/quote]crikey osprey, man ure only beat palace 2-0, take a chill pill and enjoy another saints away win, 6 already this year, not bad eh, 3 yrs ago you had something to moan about, anyway im having a beer in florida celebrating my beloved saints, have a good one I am u t s. florida saint
  • Score: 4

11:11pm Sat 8 Mar 14

florida saint says...

sorry osprey im half cut that was aimed at the saints need physical, nonsense, my appologies mate.
sorry osprey im half cut that was aimed at the saints need physical, nonsense, my appologies mate. florida saint
  • Score: 7

11:18pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Rocket 1 says...

Saints done very well today and a well earned win, but what bothers me is the so called "BIGGER CLUBS" are going to come in and steal our Players, we have to say up yours we are keeping them,' COYRDS '
Saints done very well today and a well earned win, but what bothers me is the so called "BIGGER CLUBS" are going to come in and steal our Players, we have to say up yours we are keeping them,' COYRDS ' Rocket 1
  • Score: 4

11:47pm Sat 8 Mar 14

arfer phesache says...

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene

d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
What a load of old bo!!0x.....
[quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]What a load of old bo!!0x..... arfer phesache
  • Score: 3

11:50pm Sat 8 Mar 14

David Crook says...

As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result. David Crook
  • Score: 4

5:41am Sun 9 Mar 14

costa gaz says...

Great win today.
But even more significant are paragraphs 4 and 5 of this report.
The first sign that MP will commit himself to the Saints
Great win today. But even more significant are paragraphs 4 and 5 of this report. The first sign that MP will commit himself to the Saints costa gaz
  • Score: 8

7:55am Sun 9 Mar 14

callcopse says...

I'm certainly pleased Mr P sounds like staying. We sure need some stability. Maybe next season he'll take the cup as a top priority too but I'll be happy enough to keep him on board.

Good battling win today, all we can ask for. Just hope we keep the foot on the gas now the pressure is off.
I'm certainly pleased Mr P sounds like staying. We sure need some stability. Maybe next season he'll take the cup as a top priority too but I'll be happy enough to keep him on board. Good battling win today, all we can ask for. Just hope we keep the foot on the gas now the pressure is off. callcopse
  • Score: 4

8:25am Sun 9 Mar 14

BowesSaint says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
Osprey, Clever Dick,
I wouldn't bother with mentally challenged, we all know what he is. he abuses people on here then complains when he gets abuse back, never has a positive word to say and thinks the players don't care if fans congratulate them. oh and we have the usual `being a realist` quote that doomongers etc use when the spout their negative tripe.

posters like him are only here for one reason.

oh and as for its name, its strange that the commentators, who he claims have note our poor form, said on more than one occasion today that the team have shown the mental toughness to stick to the game plan over recent weeks and have not folded despite some poor results, they also said that they have great physical stamina to still be playing our style of football so late into the season. not my words, im not capable of saying that because, I am now a dope smoking happy clapper who knows nothing about football and needs educating, like most on here!
No but he has a point. Wanyama was dreadful and we were very lucky that one of his passes to the opposition didn't result in a goal. We were excellent in the first half but stopped pressing in the second. When Chelsea played us at St Marys they couldn't get any joy down the flanks so made some substitutions and started charging down the middle so won 3 -0. I think MoPo is an excellent manager but perhaps when games are not going well he could maybe have a plan b ?
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: Osprey, Clever Dick, I wouldn't bother with mentally challenged, we all know what he is. he abuses people on here then complains when he gets abuse back, never has a positive word to say and thinks the players don't care if fans congratulate them. oh and we have the usual `being a realist` quote that doomongers etc use when the spout their negative tripe. posters like him are only here for one reason. oh and as for its name, its strange that the commentators, who he claims have note our poor form, said on more than one occasion today that the team have shown the mental toughness to stick to the game plan over recent weeks and have not folded despite some poor results, they also said that they have great physical stamina to still be playing our style of football so late into the season. not my words, im not capable of saying that because, I am now a dope smoking happy clapper who knows nothing about football and needs educating, like most on here![/p][/quote]No but he has a point. Wanyama was dreadful and we were very lucky that one of his passes to the opposition didn't result in a goal. We were excellent in the first half but stopped pressing in the second. When Chelsea played us at St Marys they couldn't get any joy down the flanks so made some substitutions and started charging down the middle so won 3 -0. I think MoPo is an excellent manager but perhaps when games are not going well he could maybe have a plan b ? BowesSaint
  • Score: 0

9:11am Sun 9 Mar 14

Saintsayer II says...

jasons odd wrote:
Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s
I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here
[quote][p][bold]jasons odd[/bold] wrote: Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s[/p][/quote]I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here Saintsayer II
  • Score: -6

9:17am Sun 9 Mar 14

SFCOLDBOY says...

David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
I was at the game yesterday, here is my view.

Jose and Luke were our best players yesterday.
Dejan was not far behind.
Bit disappointed with Clyney he rarely attacked the left back all game.
Still he is finding his way again.
Such disappointment for JC to hurt himself, he was everywhere before this,certainly we will miss him for a while.
Big Vic made a few interceptions but his general passing was awful,left us in several difficult situation with our defense moving out.
Again he is just coming back, I know, but he has to sharpen up or he will be targeted by the opposition in the same manner that Dan Fox was.
The general feeling was that the players looked jaded.
Post international fatigue perhaps.
A weeks normal training should have them right for Norwich.
COYS.
P.S.
Great to hear our support sing out Punchies song.
"Jason Puncheon, he sh1ts when he likes"
He reciprocated by laying on our goal.
Good lad.
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]I was at the game yesterday, here is my view. Jose and Luke were our best players yesterday. Dejan was not far behind. Bit disappointed with Clyney he rarely attacked the left back all game. Still he is finding his way again. Such disappointment for JC to hurt himself, he was everywhere before this,certainly we will miss him for a while. Big Vic made a few interceptions but his general passing was awful,left us in several difficult situation with our defense moving out. Again he is just coming back, I know, but he has to sharpen up or he will be targeted by the opposition in the same manner that Dan Fox was. The general feeling was that the players looked jaded. Post international fatigue perhaps. A weeks normal training should have them right for Norwich. COYS. P.S. Great to hear our support sing out Punchies song. "Jason Puncheon, he sh1ts when he likes" He reciprocated by laying on our goal. Good lad. SFCOLDBOY
  • Score: 8

9:31am Sun 9 Mar 14

long memory says...

gladbachsaint wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.
Also, they were selling the tickets at half price.
[quote][p][bold]gladbachsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.[/p][/quote]Also, they were selling the tickets at half price. long memory
  • Score: 2

9:35am Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
jasons odd wrote:
Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s
I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here
Just who do you suggest would be capable? I don't see many affordable options in the market. In order to improve on this years performance it is more a case of getting suitable players, rather another managerial change which would only be massively disruptive.
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasons odd[/bold] wrote: Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s[/p][/quote]I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here[/p][/quote]Just who do you suggest would be capable? I don't see many affordable options in the market. In order to improve on this years performance it is more a case of getting suitable players, rather another managerial change which would only be massively disruptive. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

9:53am Sun 9 Mar 14

promised land says...

Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene

d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
You claim to be a Saints fan at the start of your post by saying "our" but you get caught-up in your psychotic ramblings and revert to truth about who you really are, when referring to "your".....We know who you are, we know who.......
[quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]You claim to be a Saints fan at the start of your post by saying "our" but you get caught-up in your psychotic ramblings and revert to truth about who you really are, when referring to "your".....We know who you are, we know who....... promised land
  • Score: 6

10:16am Sun 9 Mar 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

WHAT A DAY AND ANOTHER AWAY WIN !!

SAINTS FANS AT PALACE AWAY ON YOU TUBE WITH OUR FANTASTIC AWAY SUPPORT.

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.

.COYR
WHAT A DAY AND ANOTHER AWAY WIN !! SAINTS FANS AT PALACE AWAY ON YOU TUBE WITH OUR FANTASTIC AWAY SUPPORT. WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. .COYR REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
  • Score: 15

11:26am Sun 9 Mar 14

miltonnroad76 says...

promised land wrote:
Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness wrote:
Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene


d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...
You claim to be a Saints fan at the start of your post by saying "our" but you get caught-up in your psychotic ramblings and revert to truth about who you really are, when referring to "your".....We know who you are, we know who.......
Dead right there Promisedland i smell fish...mental and physical toughness is exactly what they showed to hold back a determined palace side.
AS for reality that was great result against a team fighting for their lives they were never gonna roll over and die...any of the top 6 teams would be delighted with 3 points there. Saints did what critics say they cant ,,they dug in and won ugly and weve lost enuogh games playing pretty so nice to redress the balance. Has to be one of greatest weeks in sfc history actually with 2 players starring for england ,5 more in the under21s ..safe from relegation already and we were playing yeovil just 3 years ago!
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saints Need Physical and Mental Toughness[/bold] wrote: Dope smokers. Jay made something out of nothing. Rickie had a half-chance and hit the post. No other clear chance all game against a relegation-threatene d side. Palace bossed the second half. Looks like they are a tougher team than Denmark for our hero Adam to make a mark against. But today was the Premier League, not a Sunday League match against a bunch not going to the World Cup. Yeah, that Poch is a real genius. The middle of the pitch once again belonged to the other team. Our build-up is ponderous because the midfield decision-making is too slow and the passing, when under pressure, is sub-par. You can have all the "world-class" strikers you want, but if you can't break teams down because your midfield can't move the ball well enough, then you're not going to score. Face it, folks: If Puncheon (?) doesn't screw up that header and send Jay off and running, then you're celebrating a nil-nil effort against Palace. Sorry for bursting your bubbles, happy-clappers, but even the commentators have started to notice the poor form...[/p][/quote]You claim to be a Saints fan at the start of your post by saying "our" but you get caught-up in your psychotic ramblings and revert to truth about who you really are, when referring to "your".....We know who you are, we know who.......[/p][/quote]Dead right there Promisedland i smell fish...mental and physical toughness is exactly what they showed to hold back a determined palace side. AS for reality that was great result against a team fighting for their lives they were never gonna roll over and die...any of the top 6 teams would be delighted with 3 points there. Saints did what critics say they cant ,,they dug in and won ugly and weve lost enuogh games playing pretty so nice to redress the balance. Has to be one of greatest weeks in sfc history actually with 2 players starring for england ,5 more in the under21s ..safe from relegation already and we were playing yeovil just 3 years ago! miltonnroad76
  • Score: 1

11:39am Sun 9 Mar 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

long memory wrote:
gladbachsaint wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.
Also, they were selling the tickets at half price.
What's half of nothing?
[quote][p][bold]long memory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gladbachsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.[/p][/quote]Also, they were selling the tickets at half price.[/p][/quote]What's half of nothing? TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 1

11:44am Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

florida saint wrote:
sorry osprey im half cut that was aimed at the saints need physical, nonsense, my appologies mate.
lol no worries, I can see your angst from here! Cheers.
[quote][p][bold]florida saint[/bold] wrote: sorry osprey im half cut that was aimed at the saints need physical, nonsense, my appologies mate.[/p][/quote]lol no worries, I can see your angst from here! Cheers. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 1

11:47am Sun 9 Mar 14

Mush On The Beach says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
jasons odd wrote:
Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s
I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here
Just who do you suggest would be capable? I don't see many affordable options in the market. In order to improve on this years performance it is more a case of getting suitable players, rather another managerial change which would only be massively disruptive.
Off-load Mauricio Saintsayer II, really? You are on a different planet to me. I agree with Ospers, the improvement will come from squad additions and the experience gained from the boys already here. We have a young coach who is also improving with time served in the prem and we would do well to keep him and some of our young stars from big money offers from the vultures in the summer.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasons odd[/bold] wrote: Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s[/p][/quote]I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here[/p][/quote]Just who do you suggest would be capable? I don't see many affordable options in the market. In order to improve on this years performance it is more a case of getting suitable players, rather another managerial change which would only be massively disruptive.[/p][/quote]Off-load Mauricio Saintsayer II, really? You are on a different planet to me. I agree with Ospers, the improvement will come from squad additions and the experience gained from the boys already here. We have a young coach who is also improving with time served in the prem and we would do well to keep him and some of our young stars from big money offers from the vultures in the summer. Mush On The Beach
  • Score: 4

11:49am Sun 9 Mar 14

Saintsayer II says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
jasons odd wrote:
Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s
I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here
Just who do you suggest would be capable? I don't see many affordable options in the market. In order to improve on this years performance it is more a case of getting suitable players, rather another managerial change which would only be massively disruptive.
There are many managers/coaches who would love to come to Southampton with all the facilitys that we have to offer One that I would favour would be Sammy Hyppia (ex Liverpool CB) from Leverkusen He has said he would like to come to the EPL
As for attracting some better players there are many who would not come for MoPo because of the style of play and the training regime that he imposes
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasons odd[/bold] wrote: Pochetino is a great manager , the clowns on here slagging him off last week are unbelievable idiots . Sometimes we dont appreciate what we have . Best soton team since mid 80s[/p][/quote]I still say this is the best that MoPo can achieve He may even be able to repeat it next season if he stays We now want someone who can take us on from here[/p][/quote]Just who do you suggest would be capable? I don't see many affordable options in the market. In order to improve on this years performance it is more a case of getting suitable players, rather another managerial change which would only be massively disruptive.[/p][/quote]There are many managers/coaches who would love to come to Southampton with all the facilitys that we have to offer One that I would favour would be Sammy Hyppia (ex Liverpool CB) from Leverkusen He has said he would like to come to the EPL As for attracting some better players there are many who would not come for MoPo because of the style of play and the training regime that he imposes Saintsayer II
  • Score: -8

12:00pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Beer Monster says...

Well done to the lads and especially the travelling fans, it sounded brilliant, proper twelfth man stuff.

Wish I could have been there, it looked a hell of a lot nicer than it was up here in Jockland. On the plus side of this, the missus has been thinking about moving to warmer climes - just got to persuade her that she'd be better off in the New Forest than Gibraltar.
Well done to the lads and especially the travelling fans, it sounded brilliant, proper twelfth man stuff. Wish I could have been there, it looked a hell of a lot nicer than it was up here in Jockland. On the plus side of this, the missus has been thinking about moving to warmer climes - just got to persuade her that she'd be better off in the New Forest than Gibraltar. Beer Monster
  • Score: 5

12:18pm Sun 9 Mar 14

1979Saint says...

Test
Test 1979Saint
  • Score: 3

12:30pm Sun 9 Mar 14

1979Saint says...

F Fan. You are spot on about your comments re Saints defense. Solid defense gets you into the top 4 as we saw early in the season. Clyne and Shaw pushing up add so much to the team. Lallana was pure class at Palace and has been for a long time. He is our creator. Ricky will come good again, he is persistent and patient, he has hit the post a few times this season. Solid mid table position could lead to complacency, but the lads are still dominating possession and fighting for every ball, as Jay's goal showed. the desire is there every week, well done Saints. Outstanding away form shows how tough we are mentally. Home form will come as St. Mary's becomes our fortress next season. Don't get too greedy. Give Poch, the academy and the Project time to mature. Good days are here, better days are coming.
F Fan. You are spot on about your comments re Saints defense. Solid defense gets you into the top 4 as we saw early in the season. Clyne and Shaw pushing up add so much to the team. Lallana was pure class at Palace and has been for a long time. He is our creator. Ricky will come good again, he is persistent and patient, he has hit the post a few times this season. Solid mid table position could lead to complacency, but the lads are still dominating possession and fighting for every ball, as Jay's goal showed. the desire is there every week, well done Saints. Outstanding away form shows how tough we are mentally. Home form will come as St. Mary's becomes our fortress next season. Don't get too greedy. Give Poch, the academy and the Project time to mature. Good days are here, better days are coming. 1979Saint
  • Score: 6

12:44pm Sun 9 Mar 14

up saints says...

good 3 points clean sheet and a bit of over due luck lovern could of got a straight red.
good 3 points clean sheet and a bit of over due luck lovern could of got a straight red. up saints
  • Score: 0

12:58pm Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

up saints wrote:
good 3 points clean sheet and a bit of over due luck lovern could of got a straight red.
Lovren could HAVE been red carded, but for once Referee Webb decided not to, difficult to fathom out, but most pundits on the box said that Clyne was in a position to tackle so technically Dejan wasn't the "last man". Whether it would have affected the outcome is purely hypothetical because it didn't happen. You could ask the question as to why the Van Man wasn't sent off for Manure, two consecutive fouls would normally bring up a sending off, Referees discretion is final.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: good 3 points clean sheet and a bit of over due luck lovern could of got a straight red.[/p][/quote]Lovren could HAVE been red carded, but for once Referee Webb decided not to, difficult to fathom out, but most pundits on the box said that Clyne was in a position to tackle so technically Dejan wasn't the "last man". Whether it would have affected the outcome is purely hypothetical because it didn't happen. You could ask the question as to why the Van Man wasn't sent off for Manure, two consecutive fouls would normally bring up a sending off, Referees discretion is final. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -1

1:19pm Sun 9 Mar 14

el caballo santos101 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
up saints wrote:
good 3 points clean sheet and a bit of over due luck lovern could of got a straight red.
Lovren could HAVE been red carded, but for once Referee Webb decided not to, difficult to fathom out, but most pundits on the box said that Clyne was in a position to tackle so technically Dejan wasn't the "last man". Whether it would have affected the outcome is purely hypothetical because it didn't happen. You could ask the question as to why the Van Man wasn't sent off for Manure, two consecutive fouls would normally bring up a sending off, Referees discretion is final.
I'm just glad clutterburke wasn't the ref, he would have sent dejan off and would have booked J-rod for the tackle of the keeper. He would also have found a way of giving palace a penalty! Just shows the difference between refs.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: good 3 points clean sheet and a bit of over due luck lovern could of got a straight red.[/p][/quote]Lovren could HAVE been red carded, but for once Referee Webb decided not to, difficult to fathom out, but most pundits on the box said that Clyne was in a position to tackle so technically Dejan wasn't the "last man". Whether it would have affected the outcome is purely hypothetical because it didn't happen. You could ask the question as to why the Van Man wasn't sent off for Manure, two consecutive fouls would normally bring up a sending off, Referees discretion is final.[/p][/quote]I'm just glad clutterburke wasn't the ref, he would have sent dejan off and would have booked J-rod for the tackle of the keeper. He would also have found a way of giving palace a penalty! Just shows the difference between refs. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 0

2:05pm Sun 9 Mar 14

aldermoorboy says...

aa
aa aldermoorboy
  • Score: 2

2:09pm Sun 9 Mar 14

aldermoorboy says...

This is a great squad of players led by a great management team. I hope they all stay for many seasons.
This is a great squad of players led by a great management team. I hope they all stay for many seasons. aldermoorboy
  • Score: 5

4:24pm Sun 9 Mar 14

mickey01 says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
This is a great squad of players led by a great management team. I hope they all stay for many seasons.
DONT BE SILLY POCH WILL BE OFF AND WE COULD BE IN THE SEMI FINALS IF IT WASNT FOR HIM
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: This is a great squad of players led by a great management team. I hope they all stay for many seasons.[/p][/quote]DONT BE SILLY POCH WILL BE OFF AND WE COULD BE IN THE SEMI FINALS IF IT WASNT FOR HIM mickey01
  • Score: -10

4:40pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Clever Dick says...

TPFKARTSNINZ wrote:
long memory wrote:
gladbachsaint wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.
Also, they were selling the tickets at half price.
What's half of nothing?
You've hit the nail on the head there. They advertised locally that admission was half price. As they are skunts they all thought they were getting a great deal cos they were too thick to work out that half of nowt is still nowt.
[quote][p][bold]TPFKARTSNINZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]long memory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gladbachsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]It's not quite so impressive when you realise that 15,000 of the crowd actually thought they were going in to a new Tesco store.[/p][/quote]Also, they were selling the tickets at half price.[/p][/quote]What's half of nothing?[/p][/quote]You've hit the nail on the head there. They advertised locally that admission was half price. As they are skunts they all thought they were getting a great deal cos they were too thick to work out that half of nowt is still nowt. Clever Dick
  • Score: 1

4:48pm Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

mickey01 wrote:
aldermoorboy wrote:
This is a great squad of players led by a great management team. I hope they all stay for many seasons.
DONT BE SILLY POCH WILL BE OFF AND WE COULD BE IN THE SEMI FINALS IF IT WASNT FOR HIM
Rubbish.
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: This is a great squad of players led by a great management team. I hope they all stay for many seasons.[/p][/quote]DONT BE SILLY POCH WILL BE OFF AND WE COULD BE IN THE SEMI FINALS IF IT WASNT FOR HIM[/p][/quote]Rubbish. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

5:12pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Marchwood Malcom says...

Even when we win the resident posters, or should that be residents, are pecking at each other. How uncouth.
Even when we win the resident posters, or should that be residents, are pecking at each other. How uncouth. Marchwood Malcom
  • Score: 4

5:13pm Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

I doubt we would have beaten Hull today, they were DC, and Wigan are 2 up also.
I doubt we would have beaten Hull today, they were DC, and Wigan are 2 up also. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -3

5:17pm Sun 9 Mar 14

mickey01 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
I doubt we would have beaten Hull today, they were DC, and Wigan are 2 up also.
yea right like the last result against them
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: I doubt we would have beaten Hull today, they were DC, and Wigan are 2 up also.[/p][/quote]yea right like the last result against them mickey01
  • Score: 1

5:25pm Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

mickey01 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
I doubt we would have beaten Hull today, they were DC, and Wigan are 2 up also.
yea right like the last result against them
Hardly relevant.
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: I doubt we would have beaten Hull today, they were DC, and Wigan are 2 up also.[/p][/quote]yea right like the last result against them[/p][/quote]Hardly relevant. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -2

5:35pm Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Nasri has pulled one back, could get a bit tasty.
Nasri has pulled one back, could get a bit tasty. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -3

6:01pm Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

2 1 Wigan who predicted that!
2 1 Wigan who predicted that! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 3

6:11pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Velleity says...

David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game? Velleity
  • Score: -2

6:52pm Sun 9 Mar 14

David Crook says...

Velleity wrote:
David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?[/p][/quote]Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers David Crook
  • Score: -1

7:07pm Sun 9 Mar 14

redsnapper says...

David Crook wrote:
Velleity wrote:
David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers
No we don,t Punch Hos Forte and KD are not good enough and the likes of Fonte and Yoshida need some serious competition to keep them on their toes. The rest of the team are ******* fantastic. COYR. Let's have a goal rush against Let's Be Having You..
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?[/p][/quote]Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers[/p][/quote]No we don,t Punch Hos Forte and KD are not good enough and the likes of Fonte and Yoshida need some serious competition to keep them on their toes. The rest of the team are ******* fantastic. COYR. Let's have a goal rush against Let's Be Having You.. redsnapper
  • Score: 3

7:11pm Sun 9 Mar 14

el caballo santos101 says...

David Crook wrote:
Velleity wrote:
David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers
yes because hes been such a hit at palace.
punch is a good player but hes not good enough for us anymore. he left for personal reasons after asking to go, the club were decent enough to let him go. he wouldn't suit our system anymore and would be at best a bench warmer who wouldn't get much game time, not `the answer to all our problems` that some seem to think.
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?[/p][/quote]Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers[/p][/quote]yes because hes been such a hit at palace. punch is a good player but hes not good enough for us anymore. he left for personal reasons after asking to go, the club were decent enough to let him go. he wouldn't suit our system anymore and would be at best a bench warmer who wouldn't get much game time, not `the answer to all our problems` that some seem to think. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 0

7:21pm Sun 9 Mar 14

SFCOLDBOY says...

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
WHAT A DAY AND ANOTHER AWAY WIN !!

SAINTS FANS AT PALACE AWAY ON YOU TUBE WITH OUR FANTASTIC AWAY SUPPORT.

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.

.COYR
Redarmy, only just read your post from yesterday.
Insane was unable to attend the game but we more than made up for it.
Er-indoors has been very quiet today,her voice is shot,-----good plan on my part for a quiet Sunday.
Didn,t see you yesterday.
Met a lot of kids from a "soccer" team from USA, outside of The Prince George had a great laugh with them,I think they are now new Saints converts.
Great day out again been to 3 aways this season, won all 3.
We love to be with our great away support.
COYS
[quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: WHAT A DAY AND ANOTHER AWAY WIN !! SAINTS FANS AT PALACE AWAY ON YOU TUBE WITH OUR FANTASTIC AWAY SUPPORT. WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. .COYR[/p][/quote]Redarmy, only just read your post from yesterday. Insane was unable to attend the game but we more than made up for it. Er-indoors has been very quiet today,her voice is shot,-----good plan on my part for a quiet Sunday. Didn,t see you yesterday. Met a lot of kids from a "soccer" team from USA, outside of The Prince George had a great laugh with them,I think they are now new Saints converts. Great day out again been to 3 aways this season, won all 3. We love to be with our great away support. COYS SFCOLDBOY
  • Score: 3

7:28pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Clever Dick says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
David Crook wrote:
Velleity wrote:
David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers
yes because hes been such a hit at palace.
punch is a good player but hes not good enough for us anymore. he left for personal reasons after asking to go, the club were decent enough to let him go. he wouldn't suit our system anymore and would be at best a bench warmer who wouldn't get much game time, not `the answer to all our problems` that some seem to think.
The only time he was noticed was when he placed that great header for JRod to give us the three points. Definitely not good enough for us and hasn't been missed. If he'd stayed he probably would not have made the bench.
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?[/p][/quote]Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers[/p][/quote]yes because hes been such a hit at palace. punch is a good player but hes not good enough for us anymore. he left for personal reasons after asking to go, the club were decent enough to let him go. he wouldn't suit our system anymore and would be at best a bench warmer who wouldn't get much game time, not `the answer to all our problems` that some seem to think.[/p][/quote]The only time he was noticed was when he placed that great header for JRod to give us the three points. Definitely not good enough for us and hasn't been missed. If he'd stayed he probably would not have made the bench. Clever Dick
  • Score: 3

7:41pm Sun 9 Mar 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

Clever Dick wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
David Crook wrote:
Velleity wrote:
David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers
yes because hes been such a hit at palace.
punch is a good player but hes not good enough for us anymore. he left for personal reasons after asking to go, the club were decent enough to let him go. he wouldn't suit our system anymore and would be at best a bench warmer who wouldn't get much game time, not `the answer to all our problems` that some seem to think.
The only time he was noticed was when he placed that great header for JRod to give us the three points. Definitely not good enough for us and hasn't been missed. If he'd stayed he probably would not have made the bench.
Punch is on our statistics though for this season with one assist, so credit where credit's due.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?[/p][/quote]Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers[/p][/quote]yes because hes been such a hit at palace. punch is a good player but hes not good enough for us anymore. he left for personal reasons after asking to go, the club were decent enough to let him go. he wouldn't suit our system anymore and would be at best a bench warmer who wouldn't get much game time, not `the answer to all our problems` that some seem to think.[/p][/quote]The only time he was noticed was when he placed that great header for JRod to give us the three points. Definitely not good enough for us and hasn't been missed. If he'd stayed he probably would not have made the bench.[/p][/quote]Punch is on our statistics though for this season with one assist, so credit where credit's due. TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 3

7:45pm Sun 9 Mar 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Looking at the stats today Man City 69% possession, 12 shots, 3 on target, 1 goal, it seems to be the norm for dominating teams not to get results!
Looking at the stats today Man City 69% possession, 12 shots, 3 on target, 1 goal, it seems to be the norm for dominating teams not to get results! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

7:48pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Baddesley Bill says...

David Crook wrote:
Velleity wrote:
David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers
David. From what I can gauge, most Palace supporters wanted Ince to start in place of JP. This would suggest to me that you are either ill informed, or just fixated on posting cr@p.
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?[/p][/quote]Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers[/p][/quote]David. From what I can gauge, most Palace supporters wanted Ince to start in place of JP. This would suggest to me that you are either ill informed, or just fixated on posting cr@p. Baddesley Bill
  • Score: -1

8:06pm Sun 9 Mar 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Looking at the stats today Man City 69% possession, 12 shots, 3 on target, 1 goal, it seems to be the norm for dominating teams not to get results!
Should be an interesting contest then when we go to City. We could out-possess each other, or end up with 69% possession each.

That kind of statistical impossibility could end up causing a tear in the whole fabric of the space-time continuum thingy.

I think we need Confucius' input on this one to give us the facts & put it all into words we can understand in a nutshell.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Looking at the stats today Man City 69% possession, 12 shots, 3 on target, 1 goal, it seems to be the norm for dominating teams not to get results![/p][/quote]Should be an interesting contest then when we go to City. We could out-possess each other, or end up with 69% possession each. That kind of statistical impossibility could end up causing a tear in the whole fabric of the space-time continuum thingy. I think we need Confucius' input on this one to give us the facts & put it all into words we can understand in a nutshell. TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 0

9:42pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Positively4thStreet says...

TPFKARTSNINZ wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Looking at the stats today Man City 69% possession, 12 shots, 3 on target, 1 goal, it seems to be the norm for dominating teams not to get results!
Should be an interesting contest then when we go to City. We could out-possess each other, or end up with 69% possession each.

That kind of statistical impossibility could end up causing a tear in the whole fabric of the space-time continuum thingy.

I think we need Confucius' input on this one to give us the facts & put it all into words we can understand in a nutshell.
He's just been spotted driving a DeLorean up Wembley Way ,with 1.5.76 programmed into the dashboard computer.
[quote][p][bold]TPFKARTSNINZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Looking at the stats today Man City 69% possession, 12 shots, 3 on target, 1 goal, it seems to be the norm for dominating teams not to get results![/p][/quote]Should be an interesting contest then when we go to City. We could out-possess each other, or end up with 69% possession each. That kind of statistical impossibility could end up causing a tear in the whole fabric of the space-time continuum thingy. I think we need Confucius' input on this one to give us the facts & put it all into words we can understand in a nutshell.[/p][/quote]He's just been spotted driving a DeLorean up Wembley Way ,with 1.5.76 programmed into the dashboard computer. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 3

5:12am Mon 10 Mar 14

Baba Booey says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
David Crook wrote:
Velleity wrote:
David Crook wrote:
As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.
Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?
Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers
David. From what I can gauge, most Palace supporters wanted Ince to start in place of JP. This would suggest to me that you are either ill informed, or just fixated on posting cr@p.
I take it you are speaking from experience.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: As I kept saying,with Clyne back in the side the defence is more stable,please please don't drop him for the next match.Chambers is great,he is young as is not quite ready yet.As for Fonte I still have a big?for him in defence,but well done Saints to-day what a great result.[/p][/quote]Forgive me if I'm mistaken but don't you usually ask for Puncheon back after every game?[/p][/quote]Yes I would like to see him back,we do need him.Cheers[/p][/quote]David. From what I can gauge, most Palace supporters wanted Ince to start in place of JP. This would suggest to me that you are either ill informed, or just fixated on posting cr@p.[/p][/quote]I take it you are speaking from experience. Baba Booey
  • Score: 6

8:49am Tue 11 Mar 14

PompeySaves says...

Confucious wrote:
warrens 76 wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.
The numbers at Shatton Park are in fact related to extraordinarily high number of people being born in the city with low IQ - a direct result of iodine deficiency in their mothers during pregnancy. If the mothers of the Poopey fans had been given seaweed tablets whilst pregnant this could have been avoided and most probably 16,800 of the 17,000 Poopey fans would now be regulars at St Marys instead.
Poopey? And you say we have low IQ!!!

What a tw@t
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: They hate us, we do not like them but respect your enemies 17000+ at pmuff with their atrocious division 4 season, respect.[/p][/quote]The numbers at Shatton Park are in fact related to extraordinarily high number of people being born in the city with low IQ - a direct result of iodine deficiency in their mothers during pregnancy. If the mothers of the Poopey fans had been given seaweed tablets whilst pregnant this could have been avoided and most probably 16,800 of the 17,000 Poopey fans would now be regulars at St Marys instead.[/p][/quote]Poopey? And you say we have low IQ!!! What a tw@t PompeySaves
  • Score: 0

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