Away the lads!

Luke Shaw throws his top to the Saints fans after the win at Swansea

Luke Shaw throws his top to the Saints fans after the win at Swansea

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

Mauricio Pochettino insists the secret behind Saints’ record equalling away day success is that they are ‘true to themselves’.

Rickie Lambert’s stoppage time winner at Swansea gave Saints a seventh away victory this season – levelling their best ever top flight effort in 1991/92 and 1983/84.

It also left them needing just one point from their final game at home to Manchester United to set their highest top flight points tally for 29 years.

With it being notoriously difficult to win away from home in the Premier League, Saints’ stats are remarkable.

“It’s the fact that we’ve shown playing away and at home the same character,” said Pochettino as he attempted to explain it.

“We’ve tried to play the same way and with the same style, whether we are home or away.

“We’ve always tried to be true to ourselves.”

Despite all the records that continue to tumble in a superb campaign for Saints, Pochettino was not prepared to talk it up to much.

“The media has to be the one that answers that question. I can’t answer that question for myself,” he replied when asked if the season had exceeded expectations.

“We have shown throughout the entire season that we want to win and we have given our all this season to always show that same drive to want to win and to also get the maximum number of points.”

The game against Swansea was a relatively flat affair but the later winner did make it a big result in terms of the latest set of records they were chasing.

“It’s a difficult game to play because you see that both clubs have already achieved their goals for the season,” reflected Pochettino.

“Mathematically we couldn’t go higher than the eighth position but overall we played with a lot of intensity.

“We played well, we played in the manner we know how to play.

“Perhaps it wasn’t a spectacular game but we did achieve the three points which help us to achieve the maximum number of points we have achieved in any Premier League season and also the maximum number of wins away from home.

“These three points are massive.”

Speaking of the bizarre winning goal, he smiled: “In the history of football there has been even more bizarre goals, but I guess it can happen.

“Overall we did very well.

“We are very happy with the victory we achieved and also with the team’s performance.”

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7:43am Mon 5 May 14

Abbey Saint says...

After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.
After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend. Abbey Saint
  • Score: 14

9:56am Mon 5 May 14

Malcombe says...

A wonderful season and I am sure Saints Fan were not thinking it would be another season of fighting to stay up, it was always positive thinking so now it's nearly over please give us all a win next Saturday and an even better season next season with all those that achieved and broke records this season, go out and brake more records in 2014/2015 and thank you for making me smile many Saturdays, Sundays and midweek and I'll be watching next Saturday.
A wonderful season and I am sure Saints Fan were not thinking it would be another season of fighting to stay up, it was always positive thinking so now it's nearly over please give us all a win next Saturday and an even better season next season with all those that achieved and broke records this season, go out and brake more records in 2014/2015 and thank you for making me smile many Saturdays, Sundays and midweek and I'll be watching next Saturday. Malcombe
  • Score: 8

10:37am Mon 5 May 14

Costa Baz says...

Abbey Saint wrote:
After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.
The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing.
The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible.
It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered.
Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.
[quote][p][bold]Abbey Saint[/bold] wrote: After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.[/p][/quote]The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing. The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible. It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered. Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results. Costa Baz
  • Score: 4

10:45am Mon 5 May 14

Rising_Son says...

Costa Baz wrote:
Abbey Saint wrote:
After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.
The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing.
The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible.
It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered.
Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.
Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbey Saint[/bold] wrote: After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.[/p][/quote]The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing. The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible. It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered. Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.[/p][/quote]Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted. Rising_Son
  • Score: 3

11:12am Mon 5 May 14

Confucious says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Abbey Saint wrote:
After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.
The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing.
The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible.
It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered.
Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.
Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.
I have to fill in my tax form soon and hope it's okay to inadvertently state my income has been zero.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbey Saint[/bold] wrote: After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.[/p][/quote]The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing. The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible. It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered. Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.[/p][/quote]Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.[/p][/quote]I have to fill in my tax form soon and hope it's okay to inadvertently state my income has been zero. Confucious
  • Score: 7

11:27am Mon 5 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Abbey Saint wrote:
After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.
The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing.
The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible.
It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered.
Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.
Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.
the football league have quite a history of deducting points for fielding ineligible players, this though is the FA/prem league and to the best of my knowledge only one team has been given a points deduction whilst in the prem, and we all know who that was!
sheff utd were the only team affected by the tevez deal, and they alone tried to take legal action against hoof and the prem. this action was dropped when hoof agreed to pay over £10mill in compensation to sheff utd. so were sheff utd really just after a bit more cash?
this time around there are at least 2 clubs arguing against blunderland and saying they should be given a points deduction, can blunderland `buy` their way out of it, could they afford it? the £10mill was in 07 and prem prize money and tv money has rocketed since then, it could now be over £50mill to each club affected!
personally I think they should be given a points deduction, yes he was their player and it was only a clerical error but he was still not eligible and as the saying goes `you cant be a little bit pregnant`. I am not asking for saints to be given the extra 2 points from our game (though I wouldn't say no) I just think that if the prem don't punish blunderland heavily then they will have no teeth left to stop other clubs from `slightly` breaking the rules. rules after all is rules!
I also want blunderland to be given a points deduction because I want them to go down, and that mainly because I cants stand their manager, its a personal thing!
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbey Saint[/bold] wrote: After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.[/p][/quote]The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing. The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible. It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered. Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.[/p][/quote]Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.[/p][/quote]the football league have quite a history of deducting points for fielding ineligible players, this though is the FA/prem league and to the best of my knowledge only one team has been given a points deduction whilst in the prem, and we all know who that was! sheff utd were the only team affected by the tevez deal, and they alone tried to take legal action against hoof and the prem. this action was dropped when hoof agreed to pay over £10mill in compensation to sheff utd. so were sheff utd really just after a bit more cash? this time around there are at least 2 clubs arguing against blunderland and saying they should be given a points deduction, can blunderland `buy` their way out of it, could they afford it? the £10mill was in 07 and prem prize money and tv money has rocketed since then, it could now be over £50mill to each club affected! personally I think they should be given a points deduction, yes he was their player and it was only a clerical error but he was still not eligible and as the saying goes `you cant be a little bit pregnant`. I am not asking for saints to be given the extra 2 points from our game (though I wouldn't say no) I just think that if the prem don't punish blunderland heavily then they will have no teeth left to stop other clubs from `slightly` breaking the rules. rules after all is rules! I also want blunderland to be given a points deduction because I want them to go down, and that mainly because I cants stand their manager, its a personal thing! el caballo santos101
  • Score: 9

11:44am Mon 5 May 14

JohnItaly says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Abbey Saint wrote:
After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.
The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing.
The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible.
It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered.
Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.
Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.
I would be very surprised if "other teams" included any Premiership sides. When it comes to punishing sides for "irregularities" the FA adopt a different set of rules for "top" sides. I seem to recall Swindon being relegated for breaching financial rules whilst Man Utd were only fined for a very similar offence.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbey Saint[/bold] wrote: After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.[/p][/quote]The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing. The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible. It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered. Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.[/p][/quote]Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.[/p][/quote]I would be very surprised if "other teams" included any Premiership sides. When it comes to punishing sides for "irregularities" the FA adopt a different set of rules for "top" sides. I seem to recall Swindon being relegated for breaching financial rules whilst Man Utd were only fined for a very similar offence. JohnItaly
  • Score: 5

12:20pm Mon 5 May 14

richard903 says...

I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought richard903
  • Score: 14

1:15pm Mon 5 May 14

dadofmy3sons says...

Confucious wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Abbey Saint wrote:
After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.
The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing.
The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible.
It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered.
Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.
Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.
I have to fill in my tax form soon and hope it's okay to inadvertently state my income has been zero.
Isn't that recognised as "the Pompey school of accounting"?
fiddle everything on the principle of having no principles.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbey Saint[/bold] wrote: After this win, Saints should be looking forward to playing Man U for a 7th place finish, not eighth. The Obeserver newspaper is reporting that Sunderland only received a fine instead of of points deduction for fielding an I eligible player in FOUR league matches earlier this season. They lost three but drew against Southampton, and even Gus Poyet said Saints should have been awarded the points. There is now a strong likelihood of legal action from those teams at the foot of the table who will be relegated instead of Sunderland. We now have even more to potentially fight for next weekend.[/p][/quote]The Sunderland issue is just an administration error, which Sunderland themselves reported, when they spotted it, and will come to nothing. The player concerned IS their player, who had returned from a loan spell. The error was that Sunderland did not then re-apply for international clearance, if I have it right, which meant he was not eligible. It's not as if he was a player brought in from another club, that hadn't been registered. Don't forget the Tevez affair, when he was co-owned, which was illegal. Plus the Hoofers tried to cover it up. How many points did they have deducted? ZERO. And that's with Tevez's input making a sizeable difference to Hoofer results.[/p][/quote]Other teams have inadvertently filled in forms wrong and had points deducted.[/p][/quote]I have to fill in my tax form soon and hope it's okay to inadvertently state my income has been zero.[/p][/quote]Isn't that recognised as "the Pompey school of accounting"? fiddle everything on the principle of having no principles. dadofmy3sons
  • Score: 4

3:55pm Mon 5 May 14

SiamSaint says...

richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
Mate I agree re the scarves but was just thinking is the oldies like malcombe who make this page. I love the fact that they have v embraced technologies in their autumn years and are proud 21st century saints!
[quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]Mate I agree re the scarves but was just thinking is the oldies like malcombe who make this page. I love the fact that they have v embraced technologies in their autumn years and are proud 21st century saints! SiamSaint
  • Score: 7

5:44pm Mon 5 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
[quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 4

8:07pm Mon 5 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
Why Are SAINTS selling Royal Navy women scarfs from your club Shop I thought you hated the Royal Navy.http://store.sa
intsfc.co.uk/product
/13800/0000-9174/1
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]Why Are SAINTS selling Royal Navy women scarfs from your club Shop I thought you hated the Royal Navy.http://store.sa intsfc.co.uk/product /13800/0000-9174/1 bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -5

8:09pm Mon 5 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

http://store.saintsf
c.co.uk/product/1380
0/0000-9174/1

Why Are SAINTS selling Royal Navy women scarfs from your club Shop I thought you hated the Royal Navy
http://store.saintsf c.co.uk/product/1380 0/0000-9174/1 Why Are SAINTS selling Royal Navy women scarfs from your club Shop I thought you hated the Royal Navy bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -6

9:09pm Mon 5 May 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 5

10:19pm Mon 5 May 14

Clever Dick says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.
All together now:-
Liverpool, win f-ck all
Skunty town get f-ck all
I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight
He probably hates Skunts as well.
Well done him.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.[/p][/quote]All together now:- Liverpool, win f-ck all Skunty town get f-ck all I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight He probably hates Skunts as well. Well done him. Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

10:50pm Mon 5 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.
All together now:-
Liverpool, win f-ck all
Skunty town get f-ck all
I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight
He probably hates Skunts as well.
Well done him.
Man city have to Win their games first ! We don't need a Million From Liverpool anyway as Pompey season tickets will be up again pup
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.[/p][/quote]All together now:- Liverpool, win f-ck all Skunty town get f-ck all I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight He probably hates Skunts as well. Well done him.[/p][/quote]Man city have to Win their games first ! We don't need a Million From Liverpool anyway as Pompey season tickets will be up again pup bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -6

11:26pm Mon 5 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.
All together now:-
Liverpool, win f-ck all
Skunty town get f-ck all
I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight
He probably hates Skunts as well.
Well done him.
watching the highlights on MOTD, the biggest highlight seeing suarez in tears of course, I thought glen Johnson had an awful game, looks like he totally forgot how to defend! shame really because not only has he cost his former club more money than they could spend on 1 player, but the former skate will be englands first choice RB in the world cup. as the pundits said, after 70mins he looked knackered. if he is so tired after 2 games in over a week here how is he going to cope in brazil?
looks like roy is going to take walker who is unfit and injured as back up so RB is going to be a huge problem for England. simple fix roy, don't take walker and pick clyne instead!
same at LB, I think shaw is going to miss out to cole. cant think why roy would take a player who has hardly played all season and when he has recently he has looked slow and totally unfit.
roy said once that he wouldn't take unfit players to the world cup, well cole and walker are 2 players that shouldn't go then! bet they do though and the excuse will be that they have `experience` yes cole has a lot of experience of failing with England in major tournaments. how are the younger players going to get any experience if you don't pick them?
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.[/p][/quote]All together now:- Liverpool, win f-ck all Skunty town get f-ck all I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight He probably hates Skunts as well. Well done him.[/p][/quote]watching the highlights on MOTD, the biggest highlight seeing suarez in tears of course, I thought glen Johnson had an awful game, looks like he totally forgot how to defend! shame really because not only has he cost his former club more money than they could spend on 1 player, but the former skate will be englands first choice RB in the world cup. as the pundits said, after 70mins he looked knackered. if he is so tired after 2 games in over a week here how is he going to cope in brazil? looks like roy is going to take walker who is unfit and injured as back up so RB is going to be a huge problem for England. simple fix roy, don't take walker and pick clyne instead! same at LB, I think shaw is going to miss out to cole. cant think why roy would take a player who has hardly played all season and when he has recently he has looked slow and totally unfit. roy said once that he wouldn't take unfit players to the world cup, well cole and walker are 2 players that shouldn't go then! bet they do though and the excuse will be that they have `experience` yes cole has a lot of experience of failing with England in major tournaments. how are the younger players going to get any experience if you don't pick them? el caballo santos101
  • Score: 6

11:28pm Mon 5 May 14

Clever Dick says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.
All together now:-
Liverpool, win f-ck all
Skunty town get f-ck all
I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight
He probably hates Skunts as well.
Well done him.
Man city have to Win their games first ! We don't need a Million From Liverpool anyway as Pompey season tickets will be up again pup
Very pleased to hear you don't need an amount which will double the value of your tiny laughing stock of a club...........cos you ain't gonna get it.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.[/p][/quote]All together now:- Liverpool, win f-ck all Skunty town get f-ck all I thought that nice Mr Clutter brain had an excellent game tonight He probably hates Skunts as well. Well done him.[/p][/quote]Man city have to Win their games first ! We don't need a Million From Liverpool anyway as Pompey season tickets will be up again pup[/p][/quote]Very pleased to hear you don't need an amount which will double the value of your tiny laughing stock of a club...........cos you ain't gonna get it. Clever Dick
  • Score: 3

11:31pm Mon 5 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote:
I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.
Saints fans don't twirl scarves as they never win anything ! Saints fans can't sing as Craig David ! . Perhaps the missing scarfs are being joined and used as a banner to be flown over Fratton ?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]It will have been a thieving, charity robbing, sister humping skate - no doubt about it.[/p][/quote]Saints fans don't twirl scarves as they never win anything ! Saints fans can't sing as Craig David ! . Perhaps the missing scarfs are being joined and used as a banner to be flown over Fratton ? bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -4

11:33pm Mon 5 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
http://store.saintsf

c.co.uk/product/1380

0/0000-9174/1

Why Are SAINTS selling Royal Navy women scarfs from your club Shop I thought you hated the Royal Navy
I think your living in a dream world blue, how has a white scarf with red trim and Southampton fc on it got anything to do with the royal navy?
what are you doing looking through the saints online shop womens section anyway? you looking for a gift for your imaginary girlfriend again?
I personally love all our armed forces and think that Plymouth is a great home for the royal navy!
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: http://store.saintsf c.co.uk/product/1380 0/0000-9174/1 Why Are SAINTS selling Royal Navy women scarfs from your club Shop I thought you hated the Royal Navy[/p][/quote]I think your living in a dream world blue, how has a white scarf with red trim and Southampton fc on it got anything to do with the royal navy? what are you doing looking through the saints online shop womens section anyway? you looking for a gift for your imaginary girlfriend again? I personally love all our armed forces and think that Plymouth is a great home for the royal navy! el caballo santos101
  • Score: 7

11:38pm Mon 5 May 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Steve Gerrard, Gerrard
He slipped on his facking ars3
He gave it to Demba Ba
Steve Gerrard, Gerrard...

#nobonusontheJohnson
dealfortheivingskate
s
Steve Gerrard, Gerrard He slipped on his facking ars3 He gave it to Demba Ba Steve Gerrard, Gerrard... #nobonusontheJohnson dealfortheivingskate s Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 4

1:35am Tue 6 May 14

hedge end bob says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
I never saw any empty seats without a scarf on it when we reached our seats and when the goal went in it was just a sea of red and white twirling scarfs. It made me feel proud of the RED ARMY AWAY SQUAD. Well thought out by the club. Will be interesting to see if they have anything planed for SUNDAY. Bring a scarf just incase ,it's great fun and itt must gee the boys up when they see it happening.
STID.
PS Markus use to wear a scarf , if it was good enough for him it's good enough for me.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]I never saw any empty seats without a scarf on it when we reached our seats and when the goal went in it was just a sea of red and white twirling scarfs. It made me feel proud of the RED ARMY AWAY SQUAD. Well thought out by the club. Will be interesting to see if they have anything planed for SUNDAY. Bring a scarf just incase ,it's great fun and itt must gee the boys up when they see it happening. STID. PS Markus use to wear a scarf , if it was good enough for him it's good enough for me. hedge end bob
  • Score: 6

1:58am Tue 6 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

hedge end bob wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
I never saw any empty seats without a scarf on it when we reached our seats and when the goal went in it was just a sea of red and white twirling scarfs. It made me feel proud of the RED ARMY AWAY SQUAD. Well thought out by the club. Will be interesting to see if they have anything planed for SUNDAY. Bring a scarf just incase ,it's great fun and itt must gee the boys up when they see it happening.
STID.
PS Markus use to wear a scarf , if it was good enough for him it's good enough for me.
theres a t0sser on twitter offering one of the scarfs for £5 a go and says he had around 50 of them to sell. there are also plenty of people saying they didn't get theirs, one even claimed his 8yr old nipper was upset that he didn't get one. not sure if true but if it is I would urge everyone not to buy one from him. what a way to ruin a lovely gesture by the club.

agree that every fan going on sunday should take a scarf and wave it like you away fans did on Saturday, it looked great on tv and what a way to gee up the boys.
as you said st Markus was proud to wear his and so should every fan.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]I never saw any empty seats without a scarf on it when we reached our seats and when the goal went in it was just a sea of red and white twirling scarfs. It made me feel proud of the RED ARMY AWAY SQUAD. Well thought out by the club. Will be interesting to see if they have anything planed for SUNDAY. Bring a scarf just incase ,it's great fun and itt must gee the boys up when they see it happening. STID. PS Markus use to wear a scarf , if it was good enough for him it's good enough for me.[/p][/quote]theres a t0sser on twitter offering one of the scarfs for £5 a go and says he had around 50 of them to sell. there are also plenty of people saying they didn't get theirs, one even claimed his 8yr old nipper was upset that he didn't get one. not sure if true but if it is I would urge everyone not to buy one from him. what a way to ruin a lovely gesture by the club. agree that every fan going on sunday should take a scarf and wave it like you away fans did on Saturday, it looked great on tv and what a way to gee up the boys. as you said st Markus was proud to wear his and so should every fan. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 5

5:05am Tue 6 May 14

SiamSaint says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
richard903 wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought
One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.
I never saw any empty seats without a scarf on it when we reached our seats and when the goal went in it was just a sea of red and white twirling scarfs. It made me feel proud of the RED ARMY AWAY SQUAD. Well thought out by the club. Will be interesting to see if they have anything planed for SUNDAY. Bring a scarf just incase ,it's great fun and itt must gee the boys up when they see it happening.
STID.
PS Markus use to wear a scarf , if it was good enough for him it's good enough for me.
theres a t0sser on twitter offering one of the scarfs for £5 a go and says he had around 50 of them to sell. there are also plenty of people saying they didn't get theirs, one even claimed his 8yr old nipper was upset that he didn't get one. not sure if true but if it is I would urge everyone not to buy one from him. what a way to ruin a lovely gesture by the club.

agree that every fan going on sunday should take a scarf and wave it like you away fans did on Saturday, it looked great on tv and what a way to gee up the boys.
as you said st Markus was proud to wear his and so should every fan.
A gang of you should arrange to meet the filthy thief and see how many scarves he can fit up his ar$e
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]richard903[/bold] wrote: I thought the scarf idea for saturday was sheer genius, why not repeat it saturday, everybody has a saints scarf at home some where, as its a sell out 28,000 saints fans twiling scarfs would look fantastic. Even the oldies who dont sing could spin a scarf. Just a thought[/p][/quote]One problem Saturday according to Twiiter messages was that some didn't get their scarves, because a tea leaf allegedly stole them and was trying to sell them later. I guess even in the best fans you still get some black sheep.[/p][/quote]I never saw any empty seats without a scarf on it when we reached our seats and when the goal went in it was just a sea of red and white twirling scarfs. It made me feel proud of the RED ARMY AWAY SQUAD. Well thought out by the club. Will be interesting to see if they have anything planed for SUNDAY. Bring a scarf just incase ,it's great fun and itt must gee the boys up when they see it happening. STID. PS Markus use to wear a scarf , if it was good enough for him it's good enough for me.[/p][/quote]theres a t0sser on twitter offering one of the scarfs for £5 a go and says he had around 50 of them to sell. there are also plenty of people saying they didn't get theirs, one even claimed his 8yr old nipper was upset that he didn't get one. not sure if true but if it is I would urge everyone not to buy one from him. what a way to ruin a lovely gesture by the club. agree that every fan going on sunday should take a scarf and wave it like you away fans did on Saturday, it looked great on tv and what a way to gee up the boys. as you said st Markus was proud to wear his and so should every fan.[/p][/quote]A gang of you should arrange to meet the filthy thief and see how many scarves he can fit up his ar$e SiamSaint
  • Score: 3

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