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    pompey phil wrote:
    LeTissLeGod wrote:
    Pompey Phil, i hope your SH**TE football club go down and down and down and down and end up playing in the Hants Div 3 ! So should every Saints fan,do you really think 3 years ago they felt sorry for us ? NO
    my post is genuine I know i have been on here before giving banter as we all do,but i genuinely meant what i said.
    It just proves that there are idiots like you who have no brains who just want a punch up and see other clubs suffer through other peoples actions,Iam sure as your other fellow supporters have shown that there are decent genuine football fans who do not want to see clubs go out of business,and as i said a few weeks ago on here we will all be united in the summer,as one nation supporting England,and i will say it again well done for your promotion to the premier league(all be it for the formalities)and good luck next season.PUP
    Good on u mate, some people tar people with the same old brush. You will be around next year, but couldn't help but laugh at the joke about Pompey joining forces with waterlooville, forming the new team - Portalooville. Good luck!"
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Saints destroy Derby to regain top spot

Saints destroy Derby to regain top spot

Saints destroy Derby to regain top spot

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

SAINTS climbed back to the top of the Championship after demolishing Derby 4-0 at St Mary’s today.

Goals from Jos Hooiveld, Aaron Martin, Adam Lallana and Tadanari Lee lifted them above West Ham, who are not in action this weekend.

Saints are now two points clear of the Hammers at the head of the table, although they have played twice more than Sam Allardyce’s side.

Nigel Adkins’ men also lead third-placed Reading by five points, with the Royals holding one game in hand on them.

And Saints received an extra boost today, as fourth-placed Cardiff slipped up 3-0 at Ipswich.

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