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    ghk230473 wrote:
    Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
    GHK everyone is entitled to their opinion. You have heavily criticised Cortese and many on here will argue vehemently with you but a few do agree with you.

    But please explain why you constantly call him an Itie Dwarf? I'd like to know how that particular comment is in anyway constructive. Please enlighten us.
    How far back are we going to go with posts?
    Sfc were a great investment, a club with arguably the best youth accedemy and an excellent stadium. What cortese has done is good but there is a lot that is questionable. We still have to pay back what has been borrowed and he has alienated a lot of people, good people that represent our history. What is wrong with a chairman or whatever he represents being seen and not heard. If I had millions and bought the club, the first thing I would do is embrace those who were most loyal to the club, le god and get him involved where ever he wished. Excellent servant and our most famous and respected. I don't agree that he kept us in the prem league by himself as it is a team game but he was the most influential.
    Totally agree with you.

    Now answer my question please."
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Lambert treble fires Saints back to top spot

Lambert treble fires Saints back to top spot

Lambert treble fires Saints back to top spot

Lambert treble fires Saints back to top spot

First published in Sport

Rickie Lambert bagged his third hat-trick of the season to fire Saints back to the top of the Championship table.

The prolific striker scored twice in the space of ten first half minutes before rounding off a 3-0 win at Watford from the penalty spot.

With West Ham only drawing at home to Crystal Palace, the result saw Saints climb back to the league summit on a day when Birmingham also lost at home to relegation threatened Nottingham Forest.

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