Saints sign Chelsea starlet on loan

Saints have taken Chelsea midfielder Jacob Mellis on loan until January.

The 18-year-old, who scored for the Blues’ reserve side against QPR last week, is one of a glut of promising youngsters coming through the ranks at Stamford Bridge who finds his first team chances currently blocked by the superstar squad Carlo Ancelotti has available to pick from.

Mellis will stay at Saints until January 2.

Meanwhile, Saints keeper Tommy Forecast has joined Grimsby on a one month loan.

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11:31am Fri 14 Aug 09

saintmikep says...

He's meant to be a top player! Well done pards, good effort!! Yet another great signing, I love that man!
He's meant to be a top player! Well done pards, good effort!! Yet another great signing, I love that man! saintmikep
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11:37am Fri 14 Aug 09

Gingothesaint says...

**NEWSFLASH**

Saints have signed Rickie Lambert from Bristol. He will go straight into the squad for last tuesday nights game against Northampton.

haha!!
**NEWSFLASH** Saints have signed Rickie Lambert from Bristol. He will go straight into the squad for last tuesday nights game against Northampton. haha!! Gingothesaint
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11:37am Fri 14 Aug 09

Lambert 7 says...

Awesome! Another encouraging signing! Attacking mid or can play full back apparently. Now for a defender or two but I trust Alan Pardew implicitly!
Awesome! Another encouraging signing! Attacking mid or can play full back apparently. Now for a defender or two but I trust Alan Pardew implicitly! Lambert 7
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11:37am Fri 14 Aug 09

wonder weasel says...

he is highly rated this lad like it
he is highly rated this lad like it wonder weasel
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11:38am Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

Echo, you are slower than my grandmother, and shes been dead 12 years.
Echo, you are slower than my grandmother, and shes been dead 12 years. gosportsaint
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11:39am Fri 14 Aug 09

MetallicA MaN says...

thanks mr echo.
i found out for myself at chelsea.co.uk about 1hr ago
thanks mr echo. i found out for myself at chelsea.co.uk about 1hr ago MetallicA MaN
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11:40am Fri 14 Aug 09

greystonesben says...

The Echo wouldnt go too far wrong just copying and pasting my comment on the other thread! You can pay me later :-)
The Echo wouldnt go too far wrong just copying and pasting my comment on the other thread! You can pay me later :-) greystonesben
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11:41am Fri 14 Aug 09

Gingothesaint says...

greystonesben wrote:
The Echo wouldnt go too far wrong just copying and pasting my comment on the other thread! You can pay me later :-)
there were at least four posts saying the same before yours 'Flash Gordon'

lmao
[quote][p][bold]greystonesben[/bold] wrote: The Echo wouldnt go too far wrong just copying and pasting my comment on the other thread! You can pay me later :-)[/p][/quote]there were at least four posts saying the same before yours 'Flash Gordon' lmao Gingothesaint
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11:41am Fri 14 Aug 09

brightday says...


What about Jack Cork anyone know where he is playing
What about Jack Cork anyone know where he is playing brightday
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11:42am Fri 14 Aug 09

cbuk says...

These loans of teenagers seem to be a waste of time to me, they always turn out to be poor... hamill, pekhart, robertson etc etc.
the only good one we ever got was jack cork, lets hope this guy is good enough to make a difference...
COYR
These loans of teenagers seem to be a waste of time to me, they always turn out to be poor... hamill, pekhart, robertson etc etc. the only good one we ever got was jack cork, lets hope this guy is good enough to make a difference... COYR cbuk
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11:45am Fri 14 Aug 09

allsaintsnocurves says...

Great signing! He looks pacy and looks to run at players. He's a bit of a goal poacher as well.

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=HYrTDD2sV
L8
Great signing! He looks pacy and looks to run at players. He's a bit of a goal poacher as well. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=HYrTDD2sV L8 allsaintsnocurves
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11:45am Fri 14 Aug 09

Ross96 says...

brightday wrote:
What about Jack Cork anyone know where he is playing
He is still playing at Chelsea.
[quote][p][bold]brightday[/bold] wrote: What about Jack Cork anyone know where he is playing[/p][/quote]He is still playing at Chelsea. Ross96
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11:45am Fri 14 Aug 09

Jannersaint says...

I know we all poke fun at these echo exclusives but how come the official site is slower?
I know we all poke fun at these echo exclusives but how come the official site is slower? Jannersaint
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11:48am Fri 14 Aug 09

bubs09 says...

Sounds good deal, so good to see a manager who is keen and enthustiastic about our boys. Keep going - just need a defender now. Come on you reds
Sounds good deal, so good to see a manager who is keen and enthustiastic about our boys. Keep going - just need a defender now. Come on you reds bubs09
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11:48am Fri 14 Aug 09

saintdazla says...

Give it up people. We don't want former loanees of players. Jack Cork is a backwards step like JPS. For god sake.
Give it up people. We don't want former loanees of players. Jack Cork is a backwards step like JPS. For god sake. saintdazla
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11:49am Fri 14 Aug 09

StPaul says...

gosportsaint wrote:
Echo, you are slower than my grandmother, and shes been dead 12 years.
Although they are quicker than the Saints website! Great signing! COYR
[quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: Echo, you are slower than my grandmother, and shes been dead 12 years. [/p][/quote]Although they are quicker than the Saints website! Great signing! COYR StPaul
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11:51am Fri 14 Aug 09

damoose says...

Position: Central Midfielder
Date of Birth: January 8th 1991
Place of Birth: Nottingham, England
Height: 181cm
Previous Club(s): Sheffield United
International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s
Contract: Professional, signed 2008




Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London.

Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success.

In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final.

When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV.

Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step.
Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step. damoose
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11:54am Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

So what about the post earlier about the CB from West Ham, or was that just a windup.
So what about the post earlier about the CB from West Ham, or was that just a windup. gosportsaint
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11:54am Fri 14 Aug 09

SaintHarry says...

damoose wrote:
Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step.
Im pretty sure ive read this at least 4 times now lol
[quote][p][bold]damoose[/bold] wrote: Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step. [/p][/quote]Im pretty sure ive read this at least 4 times now lol SaintHarry
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11:55am Fri 14 Aug 09

gillyman says...

is it a race every time there is news about saints as long as the info is correct i dont care try to be more positive in life some of you guys
is it a race every time there is news about saints as long as the info is correct i dont care try to be more positive in life some of you guys gillyman
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11:56am Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

SaintHarry wrote:
damoose wrote: Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step.
Im pretty sure ive read this at least 4 times now lol
Five lol
[quote][p][bold]SaintHarry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]damoose[/bold] wrote: Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step. [/p][/quote]Im pretty sure ive read this at least 4 times now lol[/p][/quote]Five lol gosportsaint
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11:58am Fri 14 Aug 09

stmalcolm says...

He's a bit good, what a preditor ! Thanks to allsaintsnocurves or the YouTube link
He's a bit good, what a preditor ! Thanks to allsaintsnocurves or the YouTube link stmalcolm
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11:59am Fri 14 Aug 09

Gingothesaint says...

Have just found this...thought you like might to read!!

damoose wrote: Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step.

HAHAAAAA 6
Have just found this...thought you like might to read!! damoose wrote: Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step. HAHAAAAA 6 Gingothesaint
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11:59am Fri 14 Aug 09

TYSONDURAN says...

Must of come through Wilkins. Sounds like a good signing. Now for an experienced centre back.
Must of come through Wilkins. Sounds like a good signing. Now for an experienced centre back. TYSONDURAN
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12:00pm Fri 14 Aug 09

steveyot says...

Tommy Forecast gone on a months load to Grimsby........not a single first team game since he signed from Spurs as part of the Bale deal.
Tommy Forecast gone on a months load to Grimsby........not a single first team game since he signed from Spurs as part of the Bale deal. steveyot
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12:01pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Gingothesaint says...

steveyot wrote:
Tommy Forecast gone on a months load to Grimsby........not a single first team game since he signed from Spurs as part of the Bale deal.
just read that too, good on him. Bart seems miles better anyway.
[quote][p][bold]steveyot[/bold] wrote: Tommy Forecast gone on a months load to Grimsby........not a single first team game since he signed from Spurs as part of the Bale deal.[/p][/quote]just read that too, good on him. Bart seems miles better anyway. Gingothesaint
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12:01pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Chandlers Ford Saints says...

Didn't really want more loannees but he could be decent and hopefully he'll score atleast a few this season. Now to sign Danny Livesey, JP Saeijs and Matt Holland. COYR!
Didn't really want more loannees but he could be decent and hopefully he'll score atleast a few this season. Now to sign Danny Livesey, JP Saeijs and Matt Holland. COYR! Chandlers Ford Saints
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12:18pm Fri 14 Aug 09

pawnsacrifice says...

The Wilkins brothers connection no doubt
The Wilkins brothers connection no doubt pawnsacrifice
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12:20pm Fri 14 Aug 09

w1lkins822 says...

Jannersaint wrote:
I know we all poke fun at these echo exclusives but how come the official site is slower?
the official site is always the last to let you know anything it's rubbish
[quote][p][bold]Jannersaint[/bold] wrote: I know we all poke fun at these echo exclusives but how come the official site is slower?[/p][/quote]the official site is always the last to let you know anything it's rubbish w1lkins822
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12:25pm Fri 14 Aug 09

stmarysmush says...

Ross96 wrote:
brightday wrote: What about Jack Cork anyone know where he is playing
He is still playing at Chelsea.
watford....they can keep him too
[quote][p][bold]Ross96[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightday[/bold] wrote: What about Jack Cork anyone know where he is playing[/p][/quote]He is still playing at Chelsea.[/p][/quote]watford....they can keep him too stmarysmush
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12:31pm Fri 14 Aug 09

kinkyboots says...

lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come
lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come kinkyboots
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12:37pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Jesus_02 says...

Sounds like lallana
Sounds like lallana Jesus_02
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12:38pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Reality-man says...

cbuk wrote:
These loans of teenagers seem to be a waste of time to me, they always turn out to be poor... hamill, pekhart, robertson etc etc. the only good one we ever got was jack cork, lets hope this guy is good enough to make a difference... COYR
Yeah but as a lot of people seem to be forgetting we are a third tier side now not Premier or even Championship so he could probably do a job. He's been named as a sub in Chelsea's first team for a premier league fixture?? Also thought Hamill was quality by the way
[quote][p][bold]cbuk[/bold] wrote: These loans of teenagers seem to be a waste of time to me, they always turn out to be poor... hamill, pekhart, robertson etc etc. the only good one we ever got was jack cork, lets hope this guy is good enough to make a difference... COYR[/p][/quote]Yeah but as a lot of people seem to be forgetting we are a third tier side now not Premier or even Championship so he could probably do a job. He's been named as a sub in Chelsea's first team for a premier league fixture?? Also thought Hamill was quality by the way Reality-man
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12:40pm Fri 14 Aug 09

geordie saint says...

just texted a chelsea fan, and he says he's top draw, just cant get in first team, well done AP
just texted a chelsea fan, and he says he's top draw, just cant get in first team, well done AP geordie saint
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1:05pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Measaint says...

Gingothesaint wrote:
Have just found this...thought you like might to read!!

damoose wrote: Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step.

HAHAAAAA 6
We are getting better and better as the days go by with our Mr PD.

PS: that's seven now,
[quote][p][bold]Gingothesaint[/bold] wrote: Have just found this...thought you like might to read!! damoose wrote: Position: Central Midfielder Date of Birth: January 8th 1991 Place of Birth: Nottingham, England Height: 181cm Previous Club(s): Sheffield United International Representation: England Under-18s, 19s Contract: Professional, signed 2008 Jacob’s arrival at Chelsea in 2007 was another of those deals that attracted more media attention than your average academy signing. Because he’d already played for Sheffield United’s reserve team at the age of 15, and because the reported fee was in the region of £1.5m, all eyes were on him. From the first time he appeared in a blue shirt, onlookers could see why Chelsea wanted to bring him to London. Born in Nottingham and coming through the same youth set-up as Jermaine Jenas, it’s no surprise that the Spurs and England midfielder is Jacob’s role model and idol. They even bear a physical resemblance. His best position is the same attacking central midfield role, although he can also play on the right if needed, and over the course of his first year at Chelsea was also tried at centre-back, with surprising success. In his first showing in blue against Malmo in pre-season he was breathtakingly good, and was also impressive against Swindon. He quickly became a regular in the line-up and whilst it took him a while to find the back of the net, over the middle period of the season he netted crucial goals in big games, and made a big impact on Chelsea’s run to the FA Youth Cup Final. When he plays in attacking midfield he’s given the license to drive into the penalty area in much the same way as Frank Lampard does. Comfortable on either foot and with a decent shot, defenders have to account for him, but his vision and touch allows him to use other players from dangerous positions. At centre-back, he’s clearly not at home but was trusted with the role in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Semi Finals at Aston Villa, and did a good job. His ball-playing skills from such a deep role allow Chelsea to build moves from deep, and whilst it’s not ever going to be a permanent role, it’s a useful position to have on your CV. Becoming a reserve regular in 2008/09, his season started with injury problems but finished with a flourish, with excellent performances for the second string, and regularly finding the back of the net. His improvements didn’t go unnoticed, and he was named as a Premier League substitute for Chelsea’s home game against Everton. As he continues to impress, professional football at some level must be the next step. HAHAAAAA 6[/p][/quote]We are getting better and better as the days go by with our Mr PD. PS: that's seven now, Measaint
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1:06pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Allotment man 66 says...

saintdazla wrote:
Give it up people. We don't want former loanees of players. Jack Cork is a backwards step like JPS. For god sake.
The trouble is you don't recognise go players when you see them.
They done well for us last season or do you have a short memory.
[quote][p][bold]saintdazla[/bold] wrote: Give it up people. We don't want former loanees of players. Jack Cork is a backwards step like JPS. For god sake.[/p][/quote]The trouble is you don't recognise go players when you see them. They done well for us last season or do you have a short memory. Allotment man 66
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1:08pm Fri 14 Aug 09

kinkyboots says...

still need a no nonsense centre half and a winger
still need a no nonsense centre half and a winger kinkyboots
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1:11pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Chris1991 says...

Hopefully he'll do a decent job but we don't want to rely on him because he will go in January. Same as Cork did last season.
Hopefully he'll do a decent job but we don't want to rely on him because he will go in January. Same as Cork did last season. Chris1991
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1:17pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

In Pards we trust!

Welcome aboard Jacob, Hope you really enjoy your time with Saints...
The very best luck and good hunting.
In Pards we trust! Welcome aboard Jacob, Hope you really enjoy your time with Saints... The very best luck and good hunting. Tirau Dan (NZL)
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1:17pm Fri 14 Aug 09

St Retford says...

pawnsacrifice wrote:
The Wilkins brothers connection no doubt
Innit. I wonder if we can borrow John Terry for a bit, too. I reckon he could do a job for us.
[quote][p][bold]pawnsacrifice[/bold] wrote: The Wilkins brothers connection no doubt[/p][/quote]Innit. I wonder if we can borrow John Terry for a bit, too. I reckon he could do a job for us. St Retford
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1:22pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saintsayer says...

I'll trust AP to sign the right players I hope this youngster does well for us even if it is only short term Remember a youngster called Defoe when he was on loan to Bournmouth from West Ham and ended up as their record goalscorer
SW hope-nice We sur do
I'll trust AP to sign the right players I hope this youngster does well for us even if it is only short term Remember a youngster called Defoe when he was on loan to Bournmouth from West Ham and ended up as their record goalscorer SW hope-nice We sur do saintsayer
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1:25pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

St Retford wrote:
pawnsacrifice wrote: The Wilkins brothers connection no doubt
Innit. I wonder if we can borrow John Terry for a bit, too. I reckon he could do a job for us.
Just wonder if it would be worth just bringing the whole Chelsea Reserve team in.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pawnsacrifice[/bold] wrote: The Wilkins brothers connection no doubt[/p][/quote]Innit. I wonder if we can borrow John Terry for a bit, too. I reckon he could do a job for us.[/p][/quote]Just wonder if it would be worth just bringing the whole Chelsea Reserve team in. gosportsaint
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1:26pm Fri 14 Aug 09

St.Yorkie says...

I wonder if he will be warming the bench tomorrow? A bit early I suspect to throw him straight in - and who wants to change a winning formaula?
Probably settle for Wotton to boss the midfiled tomorrow to start and bring him on with 20 mins to go.
Really looking forward to tomorrow - be my first live game since last season! Roll on Stockport when we have a full squad to Mr. Pardew's liking on 29th August 2009.
I just love awaydays! Still every game is an awayday for me!
I wonder if he will be warming the bench tomorrow? A bit early I suspect to throw him straight in - and who wants to change a winning formaula? Probably settle for Wotton to boss the midfiled tomorrow to start and bring him on with 20 mins to go. Really looking forward to tomorrow - be my first live game since last season! Roll on Stockport when we have a full squad to Mr. Pardew's liking on 29th August 2009. I just love awaydays! Still every game is an awayday for me! St.Yorkie
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1:27pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saint ted says...

kinkyboots wrote:
lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come
Meaning?
[quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come[/p][/quote]Meaning? saint ted
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1:36pm Fri 14 Aug 09

SaintHarry says...

It's looking increasingly unlikely we will have a new centre half in time for tomorrows game, hopefully AP will have one in place for Swindon on tuesday.
It's looking increasingly unlikely we will have a new centre half in time for tomorrows game, hopefully AP will have one in place for Swindon on tuesday. SaintHarry
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1:38pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

For any fan still doubting the chances of us making the play-offs here a quote from the Hudderfield manager Lee Clark:
"Southampton kept hold of some high quality players despite suffering a relegation and the couple of bits of transfer business that Alan has already done suggests they will be in the promotion mix come the end of the season, despite their ten point deduction."

Pards has quietly said this on two occasions and it's so important for fans to believe in it and really lift the players to achieve our high aim. Cheers, posts here and pos vibes.. all the buzz lifts players.

Personally I think Saints are stronger right now than last season with the adjustments made and the training given so far by Alan Pardew.... but he's a long way from reaching the quality he requires from the team and is still making additions.

It is brilliant, it's happening and I've pinched myself..I'm not dreaming


9 more points to mow
9 more points to zero
9 more, 6 more, 3 more, no more
Markus, Nicola, Pards a dog spot!
Bottle o pop and a chunk o swiss roll
No more points to zero.

Up The Saints!!





For any fan still doubting the chances of us making the play-offs here a quote from the Hudderfield manager Lee Clark: "Southampton kept hold of some high quality players despite suffering a relegation and the couple of bits of transfer business that Alan has already done suggests they will be in the promotion mix come the end of the season, despite their ten point deduction." Pards has quietly said this on two occasions and it's so important for fans to believe in it and really lift the players to achieve our high aim. Cheers, posts here and pos vibes.. all the buzz lifts players. Personally I think Saints are stronger right now than last season with the adjustments made and the training given so far by Alan Pardew.... but he's a long way from reaching the quality he requires from the team and is still making additions. It is brilliant, it's happening and I've pinched myself..I'm not dreaming 9 more points to mow 9 more points to zero 9 more, 6 more, 3 more, no more Markus, Nicola, Pards a dog spot! Bottle o pop and a chunk o swiss roll No more points to zero. Up The Saints!! Tirau Dan (NZL)
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1:42pm Fri 14 Aug 09

St Retford says...

I would say that come the end of the season we could well find ourselves fighting for a play off place with Huddersfield as they've also been splashing a bit of cash just recently and weren't too far away last season. Which means tomorrow is a MASSIVE game. I literally (trans: not actually literally) cannot wait.
I would say that come the end of the season we could well find ourselves fighting for a play off place with Huddersfield as they've also been splashing a bit of cash just recently and weren't too far away last season. Which means tomorrow is a MASSIVE game. I literally (trans: not actually literally) cannot wait. St Retford
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1:45pm Fri 14 Aug 09

kinkyboots says...

saint ted wrote:
kinkyboots wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come
Meaning?
the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point
[quote][p][bold]saint ted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come[/p][/quote]Meaning?[/p][/quote]the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point kinkyboots
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1:45pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Ozmosis says...


If AP keeps Mellis just long enough to negate the 10 point deficit I'd be more than happy. Hopefully a few more good signings can ensure that we are "top of the pops" at the end of the season
If AP keeps Mellis just long enough to negate the 10 point deficit I'd be more than happy. Hopefully a few more good signings can ensure that we are "top of the pops" at the end of the season Ozmosis
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1:46pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Paine7 says...

Nothing on the OS must mean they want to announce the other signing(s) at the same time!!
Nothing on the OS must mean they want to announce the other signing(s) at the same time!! Paine7
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1:48pm Fri 14 Aug 09

ourkid1984 says...

I have to be honest and say that it wasn't the signing that It wasn't the signing I was hoping for today but then again the reason why the official site hasn't mentioned anything may mean that they are holding out until they have bigger news of someone else signing and they want the nice attractive headline of something like double delight.

I do think he will be another player who, if he gets to play that often will look good in this league. After all I would imagine that Chelseas top youngsters are probably about as good as Arsenals well proven youngsters, so this can't be a bad thing as long as he actually plays.
I have to be honest and say that it wasn't the signing that It wasn't the signing I was hoping for today but then again the reason why the official site hasn't mentioned anything may mean that they are holding out until they have bigger news of someone else signing and they want the nice attractive headline of something like double delight. I do think he will be another player who, if he gets to play that often will look good in this league. After all I would imagine that Chelseas top youngsters are probably about as good as Arsenals well proven youngsters, so this can't be a bad thing as long as he actually plays. ourkid1984
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1:52pm Fri 14 Aug 09

St Retford says...

Tirau Dan (NZL) wrote:
For any fan still doubting the chances of us making the play-offs here a quote from the Hudderfield manager Lee Clark: "Southampton kept hold of some high quality players despite suffering a relegation and the couple of bits of transfer business that Alan has already done suggests they will be in the promotion mix come the end of the season, despite their ten point deduction." Pards has quietly said this on two occasions and it's so important for fans to believe in it and really lift the players to achieve our high aim. Cheers, posts here and pos vibes.. all the buzz lifts players. Personally I think Saints are stronger right now than last season with the adjustments made and the training given so far by Alan Pardew.... but he's a long way from reaching the quality he requires from the team and is still making additions. It is brilliant, it's happening and I've pinched myself..I'm not dreaming 9 more points to mow 9 more points to zero 9 more, 6 more, 3 more, no more Markus, Nicola, Pards a dog spot! Bottle o pop and a chunk o swiss roll No more points to zero. Up The Saints!!
Spot on. It was only a couple of months ago that we'd all be coming on here to find out what fresh misery had befallen us and whether Mark Fry had decided he'd had enough, but now every day seems to bring joyous news. It's actually brilliant being a Saints fan at the moment. Nietszche described happiness as the feeling that power is growing, and that's certainly what's happening with us.

If we get to the play off final, would you come?
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan (NZL)[/bold] wrote: For any fan still doubting the chances of us making the play-offs here a quote from the Hudderfield manager Lee Clark: "Southampton kept hold of some high quality players despite suffering a relegation and the couple of bits of transfer business that Alan has already done suggests they will be in the promotion mix come the end of the season, despite their ten point deduction." Pards has quietly said this on two occasions and it's so important for fans to believe in it and really lift the players to achieve our high aim. Cheers, posts here and pos vibes.. all the buzz lifts players. Personally I think Saints are stronger right now than last season with the adjustments made and the training given so far by Alan Pardew.... but he's a long way from reaching the quality he requires from the team and is still making additions. It is brilliant, it's happening and I've pinched myself..I'm not dreaming 9 more points to mow 9 more points to zero 9 more, 6 more, 3 more, no more Markus, Nicola, Pards a dog spot! Bottle o pop and a chunk o swiss roll No more points to zero. Up The Saints!! [/p][/quote]Spot on. It was only a couple of months ago that we'd all be coming on here to find out what fresh misery had befallen us and whether Mark Fry had decided he'd had enough, but now every day seems to bring joyous news. It's actually brilliant being a Saints fan at the moment. Nietszche described happiness as the feeling that power is growing, and that's certainly what's happening with us. If we get to the play off final, would you come? St Retford
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1:55pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

kinkyboots wrote:
saint ted wrote:
kinkyboots wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come
Meaning?
the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point
The point is the kid is rated as one of the finest young players in the game and he's being given his first professional job at Saints. He'll run rings around L1 backs and isn't scared to take the ball into the box and score on his own or with mates.

It is a a massive coup to get this young guy in to melt the 9pts.

Pards has an air of a Midas touch so far. He's doing great.
[quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint ted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come[/p][/quote]Meaning?[/p][/quote]the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point[/p][/quote]The point is the kid is rated as one of the finest young players in the game and he's being given his first professional job at Saints. He'll run rings around L1 backs and isn't scared to take the ball into the box and score on his own or with mates. It is a a massive coup to get this young guy in to melt the 9pts. Pards has an air of a Midas touch so far. He's doing great. Tirau Dan (NZL)
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1:59pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saint ted says...

kinkyboots wrote:
saint ted wrote:
kinkyboots wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come
Meaning?
the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point
Fair point, and I also agree with Tirau Dan.

Another point I want to raise is, does anybody know what's happened to Killer? Is he still on the coaching staff. I think after what he's been through he deserves the chance to stay with us in some coaching capacity.
[quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint ted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come[/p][/quote]Meaning?[/p][/quote]the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point[/p][/quote]Fair point, and I also agree with Tirau Dan. Another point I want to raise is, does anybody know what's happened to Killer? Is he still on the coaching staff. I think after what he's been through he deserves the chance to stay with us in some coaching capacity. saint ted
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2:00pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saint dazzler says...

ok but he's got to be as good as the talk cause this league is clearly going to be a battle...i would like to see AP bring in an experiend MF with grit and determination and a bit more pace than Wooton.. we need to be up for the fight..not sure another 18yr old is what we need but hey..AP knows best... COYR.. lets state our intentions tomorrow by beating a good L1 side...
ok but he's got to be as good as the talk cause this league is clearly going to be a battle...i would like to see AP bring in an experiend MF with grit and determination and a bit more pace than Wooton.. we need to be up for the fight..not sure another 18yr old is what we need but hey..AP knows best... COYR.. lets state our intentions tomorrow by beating a good L1 side... saint dazzler
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2:02pm Fri 14 Aug 09

hamblesaint says...

I agree. There isn't anything that I've seen or heard since the takeover that makes me anything other than positive. Pards knows his stuff and has shown he wont be rushed into rash actions. It is possible there is another signing to be announced today. COYR
I agree. There isn't anything that I've seen or heard since the takeover that makes me anything other than positive. Pards knows his stuff and has shown he wont be rushed into rash actions. It is possible there is another signing to be announced today. COYR hamblesaint
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2:02pm Fri 14 Aug 09

hamblesaint says...

I agree. There isn't anything that I've seen or heard since the takeover that makes me anything other than positive. Pards knows his stuff and has shown he wont be rushed into rash actions. It is possible there is another signing to be announced today. COYR
I agree. There isn't anything that I've seen or heard since the takeover that makes me anything other than positive. Pards knows his stuff and has shown he wont be rushed into rash actions. It is possible there is another signing to be announced today. COYR hamblesaint
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2:05pm Fri 14 Aug 09

whataloadofdump says...

kinkyboots wrote:
saint ted wrote:
kinkyboots wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come
Meaning?
the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point
what a ridiculous comment,the basis of a loan signing is the player uses us for experience and we use him coz he should be better than what we got,you dont play for chelsea at any level unless your special!also read the article,we have a chance to extend his stay to year.This is so obvious!Maybe a lil more gratitude wouldnt go amiss?
[quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint ted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: lets hope that this is not going to be a continuation of things to come[/p][/quote]Meaning?[/p][/quote]the point i was trying to make was we tried loanees before some were adequate some were cack.we nneed experience .however this lad might be outstanding and do a good job but we have him till jan with no possibilty of a perm deal ....so whats the point[/p][/quote]what a ridiculous comment,the basis of a loan signing is the player uses us for experience and we use him coz he should be better than what we got,you dont play for chelsea at any level unless your special!also read the article,we have a chance to extend his stay to year.This is so obvious!Maybe a lil more gratitude wouldnt go amiss? whataloadofdump
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2:07pm Fri 14 Aug 09

geordie saint says...

kinkyboots wrote:
still need a no nonsense centre half and a winger
have you been away, nice to hear from you
[quote][p][bold]kinkyboots[/bold] wrote: still need a no nonsense centre half and a winger[/p][/quote]have you been away, nice to hear from you geordie saint
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2:07pm Fri 14 Aug 09

w1lkins822 says...

very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all
very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all w1lkins822
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2:08pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Was 8 in 76 says...

I rekon AP's strategy is to get the players he wants at the mo and knows he can get. Then pull a few loan players to fill in some gaps where needed till Jan at which point we will be in a more stable position (hopefully) and then he will have had more of a chance to scout for further additions to the squad in Jan.
I rekon AP's strategy is to get the players he wants at the mo and knows he can get. Then pull a few loan players to fill in some gaps where needed till Jan at which point we will be in a more stable position (hopefully) and then he will have had more of a chance to scout for further additions to the squad in Jan. Was 8 in 76
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2:09pm Fri 14 Aug 09

whataloadofdump says...

w1lkins822 wrote:
very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all
just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland.
[quote][p][bold]w1lkins822[/bold] wrote: very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all [/p][/quote]just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland. whataloadofdump
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2:16pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Alicesdad says...

This is a shrewd move by AP. If he turns out to be an "also ran" then we get shot of him in January; if he's hot stuff then we may be able to keep him or maybe even buy him. We could certainly afford him these days but the question would be would he want to stay here? That will depend on where we are in the table in January. Either way its a winning set of circumstances.

All this off field action and we've only played one league game !

This is a shrewd move by AP. If he turns out to be an "also ran" then we get shot of him in January; if he's hot stuff then we may be able to keep him or maybe even buy him. We could certainly afford him these days but the question would be would he want to stay here? That will depend on where we are in the table in January. Either way its a winning set of circumstances. All this off field action and we've only played one league game ! Alicesdad
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2:23pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Saintjon says...

Isnt it great being a saints supporter these days, having a moan about great players coming into the club, rather than moaning about who we are going to sell next, wonderful times ahead ! COYR.
Isnt it great being a saints supporter these days, having a moan about great players coming into the club, rather than moaning about who we are going to sell next, wonderful times ahead ! COYR. Saintjon
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2:23pm Fri 14 Aug 09

mr tein says...

I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:-

davis

harding
Thomas
?
Murty

James
Mellis
?
Lallana

Lambert
Patterson

But hey. What do I know?
I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know? mr tein
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2:28pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Was 8 in 76 says...

If we can give hudds a good spankin away tommorow rekon it would stamp our intensions in this league for the season an scare the shiiiiit out of the rest of the league.
If we can give hudds a good spankin away tommorow rekon it would stamp our intensions in this league for the season an scare the shiiiiit out of the rest of the league. Was 8 in 76
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2:32pm Fri 14 Aug 09

mbr1488 says...

whataloadofdump wrote:
w1lkins822 wrote: very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all
just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland.
In the Echo Pardew said that the deal for Jaidi is dead and burried he goes on and says that there are a few bits that are a monr problem and he doesnt want to go in to detail and he says that Jaidi has been excellent in waiting to see what happens so mayb he could b the extra player???
[quote][p][bold]whataloadofdump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]w1lkins822[/bold] wrote: very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all [/p][/quote]just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland.[/p][/quote]In the Echo Pardew said that the deal for Jaidi is dead and burried he goes on and says that there are a few bits that are a monr problem and he doesnt want to go in to detail and he says that Jaidi has been excellent in waiting to see what happens so mayb he could b the extra player??? mbr1488
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2:33pm Fri 14 Aug 09

mbr1488 says...

mbr1488 wrote:
whataloadofdump wrote:
w1lkins822 wrote: very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all
just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland.
In the Echo Pardew said that the deal for Jaidi is dead and burried he goes on and says that there are a few bits that are a monr problem and he doesnt want to go in to detail and he says that Jaidi has been excellent in waiting to see what happens so mayb he could b the extra player???
Sorry i meant NOT dead and buried my bad
[quote][p][bold]mbr1488[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whataloadofdump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]w1lkins822[/bold] wrote: very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all [/p][/quote]just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland.[/p][/quote]In the Echo Pardew said that the deal for Jaidi is dead and burried he goes on and says that there are a few bits that are a monr problem and he doesnt want to go in to detail and he says that Jaidi has been excellent in waiting to see what happens so mayb he could b the extra player???[/p][/quote]Sorry i meant NOT dead and buried my bad mbr1488
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2:34pm Fri 14 Aug 09

LWsaint says...

mr tein wrote:
I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know?
What about Schneiderlin?
[quote][p][bold]mr tein[/bold] wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know? [/p][/quote]What about Schneiderlin? LWsaint
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2:35pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Was 8 in 76 says...

mbr1488 wrote:
whataloadofdump wrote:
w1lkins822 wrote: very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all
just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland.
In the Echo Pardew said that the deal for Jaidi is dead and burried he goes on and says that there are a few bits that are a monr problem and he doesnt want to go in to detail and he says that Jaidi has been excellent in waiting to see what happens so mayb he could b the extra player???
Heres Hoppin
[quote][p][bold]mbr1488[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whataloadofdump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]w1lkins822[/bold] wrote: very starnge that the saints official website doesn't mention this news at all [/p][/quote]just a thoery but maybe they releasing more than one signing today?got a feeling,dont know why but maybe a good centre half and poss Matty Holland.[/p][/quote]In the Echo Pardew said that the deal for Jaidi is dead and burried he goes on and says that there are a few bits that are a monr problem and he doesnt want to go in to detail and he says that Jaidi has been excellent in waiting to see what happens so mayb he could b the extra player???[/p][/quote]Heres Hoppin Was 8 in 76
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2:37pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Was 8 in 76 says...

LWsaint wrote:
mr tein wrote:
I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know?
What about Schneiderlin?
oohhhh decisions decisions. Never thought id say that.
[quote][p][bold]LWsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr tein[/bold] wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know? [/p][/quote]What about Schneiderlin?[/p][/quote]oohhhh decisions decisions. Never thought id say that. Was 8 in 76
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2:40pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday.
Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday. gosportsaint
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2:44pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Was 8 in 76 says...

gosportsaint wrote:
Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday.
it's worse watchin the clock on a fri afternoon st work an thats torture.
[quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday.[/p][/quote]it's worse watchin the clock on a fri afternoon st work an thats torture. Was 8 in 76
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2:51pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saint ted says...

gosportsaint wrote:
Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday.
Hour and 10 mins!
[quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday.[/p][/quote]Hour and 10 mins! saint ted
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2:53pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Jesus_02 says...

The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!)

Adam Lallana
Lee Holmes
Morgan Schneiderlin
Lloyd James
Simon Gillett
Paul Wooton
Oscar Gobern
Jake Thompson
Kane Mcglaggen
Callum McKnish
Ryan Doble
Jack Boyle
Tony Pulis

Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have
The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!) Adam Lallana Lee Holmes Morgan Schneiderlin Lloyd James Simon Gillett Paul Wooton Oscar Gobern Jake Thompson Kane Mcglaggen Callum McKnish Ryan Doble Jack Boyle Tony Pulis Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have Jesus_02
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2:55pm Fri 14 Aug 09

swesaint says...

All focus on refreshing this page for the last hour of work
All focus on refreshing this page for the last hour of work swesaint
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2:56pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Sainty saint saint says...

Was 8 in 76 wrote:
LWsaint wrote:
mr tein wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know?
What about Schneiderlin?
oohhhh decisions decisions. Never thought id say that.
Reckon this lad's been brought in as direct competition for Schneiderlin?

That way it's win-win - should help the development of Scheniderlin if they're competing for a starting place.

Alternatively, maybe AP's hoping to convert Mellis to a defensive midfielder?

I dunno....
[quote][p][bold]Was 8 in 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LWsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr tein[/bold] wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know? [/p][/quote]What about Schneiderlin?[/p][/quote]oohhhh decisions decisions. Never thought id say that.[/p][/quote]Reckon this lad's been brought in as direct competition for Schneiderlin? That way it's win-win - should help the development of Scheniderlin if they're competing for a starting place. Alternatively, maybe AP's hoping to convert Mellis to a defensive midfielder? I dunno.... Sainty saint saint
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3:00pm Fri 14 Aug 09

SaintHarry says...

Jesus_02 wrote:
The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!) Adam Lallana Lee Holmes Morgan Schneiderlin Lloyd James Simon Gillett Paul Wooton Oscar Gobern Jake Thompson Kane Mcglaggen Callum McKnish Ryan Doble Jack Boyle Tony Pulis Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have
I think tony pulis is a bit past his time now lol! you mean anthony :)
[quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!) Adam Lallana Lee Holmes Morgan Schneiderlin Lloyd James Simon Gillett Paul Wooton Oscar Gobern Jake Thompson Kane Mcglaggen Callum McKnish Ryan Doble Jack Boyle Tony Pulis Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have[/p][/quote]I think tony pulis is a bit past his time now lol! you mean anthony :) SaintHarry
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3:07pm Fri 14 Aug 09

obscure thing says...

Jesus_02 wrote:
The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!)

Adam Lallana
Lee Holmes
Morgan Schneiderlin
Lloyd James
Simon Gillett
Paul Wooton
Oscar Gobern
Jake Thompson
Kane Mcglaggen
Callum McKnish
Ryan Doble
Jack Boyle
Tony Pulis

Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have
schneiderlin, lallana and lee holmes are definite starters in my opinion. james has started the season well so i'd keep him in atm as well
[quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!) Adam Lallana Lee Holmes Morgan Schneiderlin Lloyd James Simon Gillett Paul Wooton Oscar Gobern Jake Thompson Kane Mcglaggen Callum McKnish Ryan Doble Jack Boyle Tony Pulis Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have[/p][/quote]schneiderlin, lallana and lee holmes are definite starters in my opinion. james has started the season well so i'd keep him in atm as well obscure thing
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3:14pm Fri 14 Aug 09

realistic lover says...

mr tein wrote:
I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know?
AP loves sneiderling, he is his prodege. He will be in the team. So yours is out. I reckon maybe 4-1-2-2-1

Wotton Holding
James, Lallana
Mellis, Sneiderling

that is a pure guess btw
[quote][p][bold]mr tein[/bold] wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know? [/p][/quote]AP loves sneiderling, he is his prodege. He will be in the team. So yours is out. I reckon maybe 4-1-2-2-1 Wotton Holding James, Lallana Mellis, Sneiderling that is a pure guess btw realistic lover
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3:14pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saint ted says...

Perhaps he's a bit of competition for Lallanna.

Anyway, can only be a good thing. Surely we need competion for places to keep players on their toes and stop them being too complacent (a bit like what Thomas was saying).
Perhaps he's a bit of competition for Lallanna. Anyway, can only be a good thing. Surely we need competion for places to keep players on their toes and stop them being too complacent (a bit like what Thomas was saying). saint ted
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3:19pm Fri 14 Aug 09

obscure thing says...

realistic lover wrote:
mr tein wrote:
I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know?
AP loves sneiderling, he is his prodege. He will be in the team. So yours is out. I reckon maybe 4-1-2-2-1

Wotton Holding
James, Lallana
Mellis, Sneiderling

that is a pure guess btw
Sneiderling? Holding? have we made 2 more signings i didnt know about? :P hahaha
[quote][p][bold]realistic lover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr tein[/bold] wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know? [/p][/quote]AP loves sneiderling, he is his prodege. He will be in the team. So yours is out. I reckon maybe 4-1-2-2-1 Wotton Holding James, Lallana Mellis, Sneiderling that is a pure guess btw [/p][/quote]Sneiderling? Holding? have we made 2 more signings i didnt know about? :P hahaha obscure thing
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3:24pm Fri 14 Aug 09

realistic lover says...

obscure thing wrote:
realistic lover wrote:
mr tein wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know?
AP loves sneiderling, he is his prodege. He will be in the team. So yours is out. I reckon maybe 4-1-2-2-1 Wotton Holding James, Lallana Mellis, Sneiderling that is a pure guess btw
Sneiderling? Holding? have we made 2 more signings i didnt know about? :P hahaha
funny
[quote][p][bold]obscure thing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]realistic lover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr tein[/bold] wrote: I think we are two players short. I would go for a team as follows:- davis harding Thomas ? Murty James Mellis ? Lallana Lambert Patterson But hey. What do I know? [/p][/quote]AP loves sneiderling, he is his prodege. He will be in the team. So yours is out. I reckon maybe 4-1-2-2-1 Wotton Holding James, Lallana Mellis, Sneiderling that is a pure guess btw [/p][/quote]Sneiderling? Holding? have we made 2 more signings i didnt know about? :P hahaha[/p][/quote]funny realistic lover
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3:25pm Fri 14 Aug 09

obscure thing says...

ahhhh i see. wotton as the 'holding' player, haha. i'm an idiot!!!
ahhhh i see. wotton as the 'holding' player, haha. i'm an idiot!!! obscure thing
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3:27pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saint ted says...

Competition for places can only be a good thing. Stops players getting too complacent thinking they're automatically going to be on the teamsheet.

Looking forward to tomorrows game.

And just over 1/2 hour to sign someone else.
Competition for places can only be a good thing. Stops players getting too complacent thinking they're automatically going to be on the teamsheet. Looking forward to tomorrows game. And just over 1/2 hour to sign someone else. saint ted
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3:27pm Fri 14 Aug 09

HolyportSaint says...

Now on the OS - so no "double swoop" news then.
Now on the OS - so no "double swoop" news then. HolyportSaint
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3:34pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Was 8 in 76 says...

still got 25mins heres hoppin
still got 25mins heres hoppin Was 8 in 76
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3:38pm Fri 14 Aug 09

kingsaint says...

I still think we need to keep our eyes out for a new striker, If we lose both saga and Rasiak, were still left with only 2 strikers.........and an injury to lambert then were screwed!!!!!
I still think we need to keep our eyes out for a new striker, If we lose both saga and Rasiak, were still left with only 2 strikers.........and an injury to lambert then were screwed!!!!! kingsaint
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3:38pm Fri 14 Aug 09

ourkid1984 says...

obscure thing wrote:
Jesus_02 wrote: The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!) Adam Lallana Lee Holmes Morgan Schneiderlin Lloyd James Simon Gillett Paul Wooton Oscar Gobern Jake Thompson Kane Mcglaggen Callum McKnish Ryan Doble Jack Boyle Tony Pulis Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have
schneiderlin, lallana and lee holmes are definite starters in my opinion. james has started the season well so i'd keep him in atm as well
I would say that our 4 best midfielders who fit in the team the best are Lallana, Schneiderlin, James and Gillett. Closely followed by Thompson, Wotton and Gobern.

Lee Holmes would need to prove his fitness again before I would give him prefference.

Makes you wonder if we are going to off load 1 or 2.
[quote][p][bold]obscure thing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: The question is where does he fit with the current lot of midfielders. I would personally put him behind James at the moment (even if purley on the basis that James will likely be with us next season!) Adam Lallana Lee Holmes Morgan Schneiderlin Lloyd James Simon Gillett Paul Wooton Oscar Gobern Jake Thompson Kane Mcglaggen Callum McKnish Ryan Doble Jack Boyle Tony Pulis Do we want to develope him rather than some of the younsters that we have[/p][/quote]schneiderlin, lallana and lee holmes are definite starters in my opinion. james has started the season well so i'd keep him in atm as well[/p][/quote]I would say that our 4 best midfielders who fit in the team the best are Lallana, Schneiderlin, James and Gillett. Closely followed by Thompson, Wotton and Gobern. Lee Holmes would need to prove his fitness again before I would give him prefference. Makes you wonder if we are going to off load 1 or 2. ourkid1984
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3:39pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Sainty saint saint says...

HolyportSaint wrote:
Now on the OS - so no "double swoop" news then.
Booooo.

Was hoping for something properly dramatic before tomorrow's game - I've started expecting way too much from Saints already!!

[quote][p][bold]HolyportSaint[/bold] wrote: Now on the OS - so no "double swoop" news then.[/p][/quote]Booooo. Was hoping for something properly dramatic before tomorrow's game - I've started expecting way too much from Saints already!! Sainty saint saint
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3:44pm Fri 14 Aug 09

hasnain11 says...

Is he Good?
Is he Good? hasnain11
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3:51pm Fri 14 Aug 09

whataloadofdump says...

gosportsaint wrote:
Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday.
Not if a deal has already been penned and sent across.just coz they havent told us lot dont meen it wont happen,wait and see...fingers crossed for a good centre back.
[quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: Any announcement has got to be in the next hour and 20 minutes if they are going to play on Saturday.[/p][/quote]Not if a deal has already been penned and sent across.just coz they havent told us lot dont meen it wont happen,wait and see...fingers crossed for a good centre back. whataloadofdump
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3:51pm Fri 14 Aug 09

SaintHarry says...

Sainty saint saint wrote:
HolyportSaint wrote: Now on the OS - so no "double swoop" news then.
Booooo. Was hoping for something properly dramatic before tomorrow's game - I've started expecting way too much from Saints already!!
I think you will be forgiven for expecting too much!
[quote][p][bold]Sainty saint saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HolyportSaint[/bold] wrote: Now on the OS - so no "double swoop" news then.[/p][/quote]Booooo. Was hoping for something properly dramatic before tomorrow's game - I've started expecting way too much from Saints already!! [/p][/quote]I think you will be forgiven for expecting too much! SaintHarry
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3:59pm Fri 14 Aug 09

BucksSaint says...

Well even if there is no other signing today, still looks like we bagged a decent player. Still 2 1/2 weeks to transfur deadline.
Well even if there is no other signing today, still looks like we bagged a decent player. Still 2 1/2 weeks to transfur deadline. BucksSaint
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4:03pm Fri 14 Aug 09

whataloadofdump says...

hasnain11 wrote:
Is he Good?
I watched him on youtube, tring to think who he looks like.very quick very skillful,great touch, and knows where the goal is,all is goals are very confident finishes but most close range would say he looked confident up front as well as in the middle,very powerful and a complete all rounder.
Lets hope he lives up to his video, If i was in Huddersfields defence tommorrow assuming he plays I would be sh!TTing it right now!
[quote][p][bold]hasnain11[/bold] wrote: Is he Good?[/p][/quote]I watched him on youtube, tring to think who he looks like.very quick very skillful,great touch, and knows where the goal is,all is goals are very confident finishes but most close range would say he looked confident up front as well as in the middle,very powerful and a complete all rounder. Lets hope he lives up to his video, If i was in Huddersfields defence tommorrow assuming he plays I would be sh!TTing it right now! whataloadofdump
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4:06pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Sainty saint saint says...

whataloadofdump wrote:
hasnain11 wrote: Is he Good?
I watched him on youtube, tring to think who he looks like.very quick very skillful,great touch, and knows where the goal is,all is goals are very confident finishes but most close range would say he looked confident up front as well as in the middle,very powerful and a complete all rounder. Lets hope he lives up to his video, If i was in Huddersfields defence tommorrow assuming he plays I would be sh!TTing it right now!
Very skillful? Great touch? Knows where the goal is? Is it George Weah's cousin?
[quote][p][bold]whataloadofdump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasnain11[/bold] wrote: Is he Good?[/p][/quote]I watched him on youtube, tring to think who he looks like.very quick very skillful,great touch, and knows where the goal is,all is goals are very confident finishes but most close range would say he looked confident up front as well as in the middle,very powerful and a complete all rounder. Lets hope he lives up to his video, If i was in Huddersfields defence tommorrow assuming he plays I would be sh!TTing it right now![/p][/quote]Very skillful? Great touch? Knows where the goal is? Is it George Weah's cousin? Sainty saint saint
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4:10pm Fri 14 Aug 09

saint ted says...

BucksSaint wrote:
Well even if there is no other signing today, still looks like we bagged a decent player. Still 2 1/2 weeks to transfur deadline.
Good point. We can't expect too much too soon. AP is doing it just right.
[quote][p][bold]BucksSaint[/bold] wrote: Well even if there is no other signing today, still looks like we bagged a decent player. Still 2 1/2 weeks to transfur deadline.[/p][/quote]Good point. We can't expect too much too soon. AP is doing it just right. saint ted
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4:40pm Fri 14 Aug 09

SaintHarry says...

I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...
I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager... SaintHarry
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4:50pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Saintjon says...

SaintHarry wrote:
I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...
Thank God those days are behind us.
[quote][p][bold]SaintHarry[/bold] wrote: I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...[/p][/quote]Thank God those days are behind us. Saintjon
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4:51pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Was 8 in 76 says...

SaintHarry wrote:
I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...
Sale of the century then.didnt some FA Norwich blokey have somthin to do with our -10
[quote][p][bold]SaintHarry[/bold] wrote: I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...[/p][/quote]Sale of the century then.didnt some FA Norwich blokey have somthin to do with our -10 Was 8 in 76
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4:51pm Fri 14 Aug 09

c0rsa28 says...

SaintHarry wrote:
I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...
Yeh just saw that as well, what a strange time to sack someone, i thought they would give him one more game!
[quote][p][bold]SaintHarry[/bold] wrote: I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...[/p][/quote]Yeh just saw that as well, what a strange time to sack someone, i thought they would give him one more game! c0rsa28
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5:04pm Fri 14 Aug 09

peachy1 says...

My Mate at Chelski reckons this boy has got what it takes Watch out "Uddersfield" "We are Gone a Tonk Ya "
My Mate at Chelski reckons this boy has got what it takes Watch out "Uddersfield" "We are Gone a Tonk Ya " peachy1
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5:14pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Costa Baz says...

saint ted wrote:
Competition for places can only be a good thing. Stops players getting too complacent thinking they're automatically going to be on the teamsheet. Looking forward to tomorrows game. And just over 1/2 hour to sign someone else.
The best way to stop players becoming complacent would be for AP to take a leaf out of Sir Alf Ramsay's book.

Don't remember which player it was but after an international game he said "See you next time boss" to which Sir Alf replied "Yes, if I pick you!"
[quote][p][bold]saint ted[/bold] wrote: Competition for places can only be a good thing. Stops players getting too complacent thinking they're automatically going to be on the teamsheet. Looking forward to tomorrows game. And just over 1/2 hour to sign someone else.[/p][/quote]The best way to stop players becoming complacent would be for AP to take a leaf out of Sir Alf Ramsay's book. Don't remember which player it was but after an international game he said "See you next time boss" to which Sir Alf replied "Yes, if I pick you!" Costa Baz
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5:24pm Fri 14 Aug 09

normsted says...

Very Shrewd deal by AP this lad will perform because he has to..... Not a look in at chealski.....problem is if he is the diamond we all think he is we have to keep him after Jan. Ap has got Hudders thinking though !!!! Top Man.Another brick in the wall !!! Boy is it looking good.
Very Shrewd deal by AP this lad will perform because he has to..... Not a look in at chealski.....problem is if he is the diamond we all think he is we have to keep him after Jan. Ap has got Hudders thinking though !!!! Top Man.Another brick in the wall !!! Boy is it looking good. normsted
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5:30pm Fri 14 Aug 09

geordie saint says...

Cant belive this turn around, last month dead and buried, now were going to win the world cup, and the luton vans trophy, yes get in
Cant belive this turn around, last month dead and buried, now were going to win the world cup, and the luton vans trophy, yes get in geordie saint
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5:37pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Brite Spark says...

Was 8 in 76 wrote:
SaintHarry wrote: I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...
Sale of the century then.didnt some FA Norwich blokey have somthin to do with our -10
The Canaries aren't singing much these days, they have run out of oxygen.

Next up Portsmiff.
[quote][p][bold]Was 8 in 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintHarry[/bold] wrote: I see Bryan Gunn's just been sacked as Norwich manager...[/p][/quote]Sale of the century then.didnt some FA Norwich blokey have somthin to do with our -10[/p][/quote]The Canaries aren't singing much these days, they have run out of oxygen. Next up Portsmiff. Brite Spark
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5:43pm Fri 14 Aug 09

RustySaint says...

Previous loans - Don't tar them all with the same brush. JPS gave away too many free-kicks and wasn't disciplined enough to be a decent CF. Jack Cork was our best player until he left. I understand he was guaranteed a starting place in the team which is why he played in so many positions but he was professional enough to put in quality performances every week, unlike some others that were supposedly playing for their places. I'd welcome players of JC's calibre every day of the week.
Previous loans - Don't tar them all with the same brush. JPS gave away too many free-kicks and wasn't disciplined enough to be a decent CF. Jack Cork was our best player until he left. I understand he was guaranteed a starting place in the team which is why he played in so many positions but he was professional enough to put in quality performances every week, unlike some others that were supposedly playing for their places. I'd welcome players of JC's calibre every day of the week. RustySaint
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5:44pm Fri 14 Aug 09

geordie saint says...

Isnt oxygen quite important to our well being, i think its a must
Isnt oxygen quite important to our well being, i think its a must geordie saint
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5:53pm Fri 14 Aug 09

geordie saint says...

got a old chicken out back its stopped lying eggs so the wife has done its neck in and i have dug up some spuds and some leeks so she can make a canny pie, anyone want some?
got a old chicken out back its stopped lying eggs so the wife has done its neck in and i have dug up some spuds and some leeks so she can make a canny pie, anyone want some? geordie saint
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6:31pm Fri 14 Aug 09

MetallicA MaN says...

jps has the same initials as a packet of fags.
i think this jacob mellis is going to be awsome.i have a good feeling about him.ray wilkins is no mug and would not of told his brother to take him if he didnt think he would do well.
things are coming together nicely now.hudds away will be a massive test,but if we can beat them,we really can push up the league quick with swindon away next up.
hopefully monday we can get jaidi sorted.
jps has the same initials as a packet of fags. i think this jacob mellis is going to be awsome.i have a good feeling about him.ray wilkins is no mug and would not of told his brother to take him if he didnt think he would do well. things are coming together nicely now.hudds away will be a massive test,but if we can beat them,we really can push up the league quick with swindon away next up. hopefully monday we can get jaidi sorted. MetallicA MaN
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6:37pm Fri 14 Aug 09

geordie saint says...

never mind that, wot about the pie
never mind that, wot about the pie geordie saint
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6:41pm Fri 14 Aug 09

MetallicA MaN says...

his brother is jermaine jenas yes?
i am thinking maybe he can very much play like him we will be doing very nice.thank you please
his brother is jermaine jenas yes? i am thinking maybe he can very much play like him we will be doing very nice.thank you please MetallicA MaN
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6:46pm Fri 14 Aug 09

geordie saint says...

now samanther janas could eat pie
now samanther janas could eat pie geordie saint
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6:50pm Fri 14 Aug 09

MetallicA MaN says...

apparently huddersfields danger man is gary rhodes.we need to take that mother-fu*ker right out!!!!!!!!!!!
apparently huddersfields danger man is gary rhodes.we need to take that mother-fu*ker right out!!!!!!!!!!! MetallicA MaN
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6:59pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

geordie saint wrote:
never mind that, wot about the pie
Is it served with mashed potato and peas.
[quote][p][bold]geordie saint[/bold] wrote: never mind that, wot about the pie[/p][/quote]Is it served with mashed potato and peas. gosportsaint
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7:14pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Southampton Heart says...

Just saw Jacob's or "Snacub" as he's known on You Tube. Wow....what an awesome loan signing. He know's where the goal is for sure...he's strong & tall enough....and he's HUNGRY!. Just what we need. He's got a great sense of humour too. He'll be just what Lambert needs. I'm going to the game tomorrow....and am so excited now we have a creditable team. Huddersfield are a tough, good side...so I hope the results good for us as my Chairman's a Town fan!. I hope our defence are ready....there on fire from what I've heard.

Come On You Saints!.
Just saw Jacob's or "Snacub" as he's known on You Tube. Wow....what an awesome loan signing. He know's where the goal is for sure...he's strong & tall enough....and he's HUNGRY!. Just what we need. He's got a great sense of humour too. He'll be just what Lambert needs. I'm going to the game tomorrow....and am so excited now we have a creditable team. Huddersfield are a tough, good side...so I hope the results good for us as my Chairman's a Town fan!. I hope our defence are ready....there on fire from what I've heard. Come On You Saints!. Southampton Heart
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8:15pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Tye-Dye says...

Its a win win for us as these boys can play & dajfu, thanks to the Wilkins brothers connection we now will be 1st choice to take any of their lads not able to get a 1st team place,

On the other hand its a win win for Chelski, their boys get the chance to train in the best facilities outside of the Prem, and if they shine, get a regular 1st team place, we benefit, they do too.

C'mon Saints, 3 points tomorrow & the rest of league 1 will be very worried.

COYS


sw= hand-heat......errr usually when the wifes gone to bed.... :o

Its a win win for us as these boys can play & dajfu, thanks to the Wilkins brothers connection we now will be 1st choice to take any of their lads not able to get a 1st team place, On the other hand its a win win for Chelski, their boys get the chance to train in the best facilities outside of the Prem, and if they shine, get a regular 1st team place, we benefit, they do too. C'mon Saints, 3 points tomorrow & the rest of league 1 will be very worried. COYS sw= hand-heat......errr usually when the wifes gone to bed.... :o Tye-Dye
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8:16pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

Well only one signing today, what's the world coming to. I don't know how we are going to cope.
Hope the lad plays tomorrow, he is going to be very hungry over the next four months to show Chelsea just what he can do. Hopefully the team will gell quickly, and Uddersfield will get absolutely rail roaded.
Come on you Saints, and Geordie where's my pie
Well only one signing today, what's the world coming to. I don't know how we are going to cope. Hope the lad plays tomorrow, he is going to be very hungry over the next four months to show Chelsea just what he can do. Hopefully the team will gell quickly, and Uddersfield will get absolutely rail roaded. Come on you Saints, and Geordie where's my pie gosportsaint
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8:34pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Southampton Heart says...

He's ate the pie for his tea Gosport Saint!.
He's ate the pie for his tea Gosport Saint!. Southampton Heart
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8:36pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

Southampton Heart wrote:
He's ate the pie for his tea Gosport Saint!.
Well doesn't that take the biscuit, pie offered then eaten. Well off to the chippy then
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Heart[/bold] wrote: He's ate the pie for his tea Gosport Saint!.[/p][/quote]Well doesn't that take the biscuit, pie offered then eaten. Well off to the chippy then gosportsaint
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10:23pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

Very Quiet out there. Anyone going tomorrow. Can't get there as working.
Think Saints will get a result, things seem to be moving in the right direction very fast.

COYS
Very Quiet out there. Anyone going tomorrow. Can't get there as working. Think Saints will get a result, things seem to be moving in the right direction very fast. COYS gosportsaint
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10:54pm Fri 14 Aug 09

hoskins75 says...

wish i was going to the game but am in alnwick and it will be impossible for me to get to the game, but i have a good feeling about the game against the udders. i used to go with a girl from there, she loved her udders field he he he. on a plus note i got free tickets to see league 1 elect Newcastle v Reading on saturday. gonna be a great day all round, ruined by an argument with the wife when i get in, having had lots of cider and keebab.

sw: ring-spot .... depends if i have a good night or not.
wish i was going to the game but am in alnwick and it will be impossible for me to get to the game, but i have a good feeling about the game against the udders. i used to go with a girl from there, she loved her udders field he he he. on a plus note i got free tickets to see league 1 elect Newcastle v Reading on saturday. gonna be a great day all round, ruined by an argument with the wife when i get in, having had lots of cider and keebab. sw: ring-spot .... depends if i have a good night or not. hoskins75
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10:57pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

gosportsaint wrote:
Very Quiet out there. Anyone going tomorrow. Can't get there as working.
Think Saints will get a result, things seem to be moving in the right direction very fast.

COYS
That's a bu mmer .. being over here I can sort of grow to handle missing games but for work! argh....

It'll be a humdinger of a game... sure you don't have a bit of a bug coming on? lol

ps nz not so hot at the mo
novo virus has shut the local hoispital and dogs have been killed at resort beach up north by a toxin found in pufferfish.... kind of like Portsmouth really.
[quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: Very Quiet out there. Anyone going tomorrow. Can't get there as working. Think Saints will get a result, things seem to be moving in the right direction very fast. COYS[/p][/quote]That's a bu mmer .. being over here I can sort of grow to handle missing games but for work! argh.... It'll be a humdinger of a game... sure you don't have a bit of a bug coming on? lol ps nz not so hot at the mo novo virus has shut the local hoispital and dogs have been killed at resort beach up north by a toxin found in pufferfish.... kind of like Portsmouth really. Tirau Dan (NZL)
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11:10pm Fri 14 Aug 09

seven777 says...

Friday night and all is well with the world, nothing heavy weighting on our minds
This new way for a saints fan takes some getting use to.
Friday night and all is well with the world, nothing heavy weighting on our minds This new way for a saints fan takes some getting use to. seven777
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11:14pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

Tirau Dan (NZL) wrote:
gosportsaint wrote: Very Quiet out there. Anyone going tomorrow. Can't get there as working. Think Saints will get a result, things seem to be moving in the right direction very fast. COYS
That's a bu mmer .. being over here I can sort of grow to handle missing games but for work! argh.... It'll be a humdinger of a game... sure you don't have a bit of a bug coming on? lol ps nz not so hot at the mo novo virus has shut the local hoispital and dogs have been killed at resort beach up north by a toxin found in pufferfish.... kind of like Portsmouth really.
Even tickets for Swindon a problem. Saints have sold their allocation twice over, and have applied for another 1000 tickets, but have 1500 on the phoneback for monday morning.
Likely will be more Saints than Swindon there.
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan (NZL)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: Very Quiet out there. Anyone going tomorrow. Can't get there as working. Think Saints will get a result, things seem to be moving in the right direction very fast. COYS[/p][/quote]That's a bu mmer .. being over here I can sort of grow to handle missing games but for work! argh.... It'll be a humdinger of a game... sure you don't have a bit of a bug coming on? lol ps nz not so hot at the mo novo virus has shut the local hoispital and dogs have been killed at resort beach up north by a toxin found in pufferfish.... kind of like Portsmouth really.[/p][/quote]Even tickets for Swindon a problem. Saints have sold their allocation twice over, and have applied for another 1000 tickets, but have 1500 on the phoneback for monday morning. Likely will be more Saints than Swindon there. gosportsaint
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11:24pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

seven777 wrote:
Friday night and all is well with the world, nothing heavy weighting on our minds This new way for a saints fan takes some getting use to.
There must be something we can worry about. Poor old Rupert, wonder what he's doing now, oh how I feel for him, he lost millions.
hahahahahahahahaha
The word is Nicola, the man is Markus, the prize is US
[quote][p][bold]seven777[/bold] wrote: Friday night and all is well with the world, nothing heavy weighting on our minds This new way for a saints fan takes some getting use to. [/p][/quote]There must be something we can worry about. Poor old Rupert, wonder what he's doing now, oh how I feel for him, he lost millions. hahahahahahahahaha The word is Nicola, the man is Markus, the prize is US gosportsaint
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11:26pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

In The Way (tune of "The Wall")

Saints are coming
We're in that number
We're all humming
You're in dead lumber
Hey Brickheads!!!
You're gonna get the bone
All in all you're just annuva
Brick in the way

Nah nah nah nah nana nah etc

Give it to em as the op comes out lads
In The Way (tune of "The Wall") Saints are coming We're in that number We're all humming You're in dead lumber Hey Brickheads!!! You're gonna get the bone All in all you're just annuva Brick in the way Nah nah nah nah nana nah etc Give it to em as the op comes out lads Tirau Dan (NZL)
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11:29pm Fri 14 Aug 09

MetallicA MaN says...

prediction
Huddersfield Town 1-3 Southampton
goals from lambert,rasiak and lallana will be enough to sink a hard working but on the day not good enough huddersfield
prediction Huddersfield Town 1-3 Southampton goals from lambert,rasiak and lallana will be enough to sink a hard working but on the day not good enough huddersfield MetallicA MaN
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11:35pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

Tirau Dan (NZL) wrote:
In The Way (tune of "The Wall") Saints are coming We're in that number We're all humming You're in dead lumber Hey Brickheads!!! You're gonna get the bone All in all you're just annuva Brick in the way Nah nah nah nah nana nah etc Give it to em as the op comes out lads
I think you need more sleep Dan, no one can stay awake 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
I don't think Matty Holland will sign, been in the medical room to long.
Wonder who it will be.

Are you north or south island Dan
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan (NZL)[/bold] wrote: In The Way (tune of "The Wall") Saints are coming We're in that number We're all humming You're in dead lumber Hey Brickheads!!! You're gonna get the bone All in all you're just annuva Brick in the way Nah nah nah nah nana nah etc Give it to em as the op comes out lads[/p][/quote]I think you need more sleep Dan, no one can stay awake 24 hours a day 7 days a week. I don't think Matty Holland will sign, been in the medical room to long. Wonder who it will be. Are you north or south island Dan gosportsaint
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11:44pm Fri 14 Aug 09

gosportsaint says...

MetallicA MaN wrote:
prediction Huddersfield Town 1-3 Southampton goals from lambert,rasiak and lallana will be enough to sink a hard working but on the day not good enough huddersfield
Difficult isn't Metal M, like you I think we will win, but do you honestly think we will let a goal in.
Are you going?
[quote][p][bold]MetallicA MaN[/bold] wrote: prediction Huddersfield Town 1-3 Southampton goals from lambert,rasiak and lallana will be enough to sink a hard working but on the day not good enough huddersfield[/p][/quote]Difficult isn't Metal M, like you I think we will win, but do you honestly think we will let a goal in. Are you going? gosportsaint
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11:51pm Fri 14 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

gosportsaint wrote:
Tirau Dan (NZL) wrote:
In The Way (tune of "The Wall") Saints are coming We're in that number We're all humming You're in dead lumber Hey Brickheads!!! You're gonna get the bone All in all you're just annuva Brick in the way Nah nah nah nah nana nah etc Give it to em as the op comes out lads
I think you need more sleep Dan, no one can stay awake 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
I don't think Matty Holland will sign, been in the medical room to long.
Wonder who it will be.

Are you north or south island Dan
North..Waikato province.
off to work
plenty of sleep

Eagerly waiting.. guessing more next week :)
ciao
[quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan (NZL)[/bold] wrote: In The Way (tune of "The Wall") Saints are coming We're in that number We're all humming You're in dead lumber Hey Brickheads!!! You're gonna get the bone All in all you're just annuva Brick in the way Nah nah nah nah nana nah etc Give it to em as the op comes out lads[/p][/quote]I think you need more sleep Dan, no one can stay awake 24 hours a day 7 days a week. I don't think Matty Holland will sign, been in the medical room to long. Wonder who it will be. Are you north or south island Dan[/p][/quote]North..Waikato province. off to work plenty of sleep Eagerly waiting.. guessing more next week :) ciao Tirau Dan (NZL)
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12:07am Sat 15 Aug 09

MetallicA MaN says...

gosportsaint wrote:
MetallicA MaN wrote: prediction Huddersfield Town 1-3 Southampton goals from lambert,rasiak and lallana will be enough to sink a hard working but on the day not good enough huddersfield
Difficult isn't Metal M, like you I think we will win, but do you honestly think we will let a goal in. Are you going?
i would love to go.
awkard time of the month for cash though.and im working tues night for the local one at swindon!!!!!!!!!!not good.hopefully we will have good support up there though.
there is some cool grounds to go to in league 1 though!
[quote][p][bold]gosportsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MetallicA MaN[/bold] wrote: prediction Huddersfield Town 1-3 Southampton goals from lambert,rasiak and lallana will be enough to sink a hard working but on the day not good enough huddersfield[/p][/quote]Difficult isn't Metal M, like you I think we will win, but do you honestly think we will let a goal in. Are you going?[/p][/quote]i would love to go. awkard time of the month for cash though.and im working tues night for the local one at swindon!!!!!!!!!!not good.hopefully we will have good support up there though. there is some cool grounds to go to in league 1 though! MetallicA MaN
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12:21am Sat 15 Aug 09

MetallicA MaN says...

guys,dont forget you can check out all of tomorrows football league goals at 11 on bbc1!!!!how good is that!???tirau dan u can watch the goals anytime on the bbc websit i think
guys,dont forget you can check out all of tomorrows football league goals at 11 on bbc1!!!!how good is that!???tirau dan u can watch the goals anytime on the bbc websit i think MetallicA MaN
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5:32am Sat 15 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

MetallicA MaN wrote:
guys,dont forget you can check out all of tomorrows football league goals at 11 on bbc1!!!!how good is that!???tirau dan u can watch the goals anytime on the bbc websit i think
Hey thanks for that Met Man.
Saints player seems to take a while to catch up.. can't handle 2am delayed update coverage.

Getting loads of dreamy sleep these days thanks Gossie pleasant dreams with chants like that wall one haha.
We used to in to those chants in the 70s much better than the old 1,2,4, listen to the Milton Roar...... peanuts for sixpence!

Every time one of our scores they should get the old roar... 1,2,3,4 listen to St Mary's Roar (* * * * FOR EVER

The lads'll soon want to get on in for the roar! a couple of Roars for Rasa's &/or Saga's forever would make them feel at home.
[quote][p][bold]MetallicA MaN[/bold] wrote: guys,dont forget you can check out all of tomorrows football league goals at 11 on bbc1!!!!how good is that!???tirau dan u can watch the goals anytime on the bbc websit i think[/p][/quote]Hey thanks for that Met Man. Saints player seems to take a while to catch up.. can't handle 2am delayed update coverage. Getting loads of dreamy sleep these days thanks Gossie pleasant dreams with chants like that wall one haha. We used to in to those chants in the 70s much better than the old 1,2,4, listen to the Milton Roar...... peanuts for sixpence! Every time one of our scores they should get the old roar... 1,2,3,4 listen to St Mary's Roar (* * * * FOR EVER The lads'll soon want to get on in for the roar! a couple of Roars for Rasa's &/or Saga's forever would make them feel at home. Tirau Dan (NZL)
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5:44am Sat 15 Aug 09

Tirau Dan (NZL) says...

Just reading comments from Chelsea fans about Jacobs move to Saints. They are very appreciative and complementary about Southampton's ability to take youngsters and train them into stars. They are confident that Jacob will return for first team duty and rate him really highly as a future super star.

Thanks Chelsea..we are grateful and will take great care of him.
Just reading comments from Chelsea fans about Jacobs move to Saints. They are very appreciative and complementary about Southampton's ability to take youngsters and train them into stars. They are confident that Jacob will return for first team duty and rate him really highly as a future super star. Thanks Chelsea..we are grateful and will take great care of him. Tirau Dan (NZL)
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