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    saint tbm321 wrote:
    SFC1976 wrote:
    ghk230743 wrote: I can't believe people on here were at the same game as me. Adkins's tactics were useless and he played totally the wrong formation. We simply cannot rely on luck like we did today and expect to go up. I predict Adkins will be gone by the start of next season. The man's a fool.
    Luck Jesus are you stupid we won that game through hard work great football and being the better side bugger all to do with luck. Well by your comments You asking is you were at the same game as you I would guess not as it is clear you didn't set foot in St Marys today I read you txts all the time on here and I am starting to believe you are poss one of the most stupid people alive. COYR
    SFC1976 ignore GHK he's a SKANKER, half SKATE half *****R.
    GHK is several SKATES sharing the logins, trying to get a reaction, ignore them, quite clearly there club is fading away and the most interesting thing in their lives from here on is the SAINTS and this website. give it another three to four years they will all be SAINTS fans. After all Ward Prowse has been converted and i believe his parents ditched their Poopey ST for SAINTS.
    Sha la la la la la la la WHO THE FU*K ISW LAUGHING NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;0)
    Wait...I'm confused. Who's the real GHK?"
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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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