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    willsfc wrote:
    pompey phil wrote:
    I would just like to say, that you are as good as promoted automaticly apart from the maths,i think the rest of your games are a formality now, it will be good to see the south coast represented in the premier league again, so congratulations to you all and good luck next season, and i hope we can play each other again soon.PUP
    Great comment, means a lot to every saints fan to hear something like that especially from a pompey fan, and it takes a lot for someone like you to come on here and comment, true football fan. I really do hope you don't go out of business, I really do feel sorry for all your players, coaches and fans, because its not their fault that our in this mess, it must be horrible what your going through, all because of your club being poorly run, no club deserves that, even if it is our closest and biggest rivals. I do hope you turn it around and keep going as a club, one of my best mates is a massive pompey fan and I love all the banter that comes with it, and I would hate to see that go, as i'm sure every saints fan would as well. Thanks again mate, really do hope you live to fight another day, and you get going as a club again. COYR
    That's not the real pompey phylis.
    It's a WUM
    F'ck the skates"
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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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