Reading draw level with Saints at Championship summit

Daily Echo: Reading manager Brian McDermott Reading manager Brian McDermott

Reading have drawn level on points with Saints at the top of the Championship table after beating Brighton 1-0 at the Amex Stadium.

Ian Harte’s deflected free kick on 14 minutes proved to be the difference between the sides, though the Seagulls might have got something had Ashley Barnes converted a second half penalty rather than have it saved by Adam Federici.

The three points doesn’t have too much impact on the automatic promotion situation with Saints and Reading both now on 82 points, six ahead of third placed West Ham.

However, it does up the stakes ahead of Friday night’s St Mary’s clash between the top two, who are separated only by Saints’ superior goal difference.

West Ham will no doubt be hoping that Friday’s game ends in a win for one side or the other and that they can then put on a little pressure by beating Brighton themselves at the weekend to cut the gap on one of the sides to three points with what will be three games left.

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9:46pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Bobby1976 says...

But at least Millwall came through, 9 points in 4 games likely, not!
But at least Millwall came through, 9 points in 4 games likely, not! Bobby1976
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9:51pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Is there a match on Friday? ;O)
Is there a match on Friday? ;O) Baddesley Bill
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9:53pm Tue 10 Apr 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

how come it has not sold out?
how come it has not sold out? worried of n e hampshire
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9:53pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Norwegian Saint says...

THE match of the season Friday... would we settle for a draw?
Only a couple of shots on goal for reading and BHA miss a penalty.
It's in our hands...
as for poopey....
tick tock, tick tick, tick tock...
BOOOOM!!!!
Had great fun winding them up on there with BillySharp and others :-D
THE match of the season Friday... would we settle for a draw? Only a couple of shots on goal for reading and BHA miss a penalty. It's in our hands... as for poopey.... tick tock, tick tick, tick tock... BOOOOM!!!! Had great fun winding them up on there with BillySharp and others :-D Norwegian Saint
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9:57pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Tirau Dan says...

What a let down and to think we offered friendship and never to call them names again if they could just do one simple task... useless!
Bloody Shegulls
What a let down and to think we offered friendship and never to call them names again if they could just do one simple task... useless! Bloody Shegulls Tirau Dan
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10:00pm Tue 10 Apr 12

insane saint says...

going down your going down who's laughing now hahahahahahahahahaha
hahahahaha 9 points adrift 4 to go have fun in league 1 boys hahahahahahahahahaha
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on the other thing about a little game on friday it is going to be a fight bring it on but please score first saints then we know we will not loose
COYR

friday 13th april will be a great day for saints

together as one top of the league fill sms to the brim and give them sh1t
going down your going down who's laughing now hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahaha 9 points adrift 4 to go have fun in league 1 boys hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahaha hhahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahahahahahah ahahhahahahahaha on the other thing about a little game on friday it is going to be a fight bring it on but please score first saints then we know we will not loose COYR friday 13th april will be a great day for saints together as one top of the league fill sms to the brim and give them sh1t insane saint
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10:02pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

It's up to how much we want it. Win and the titles ours. Draw and we both look good to go up.

In my first season we had a convenient draw with Spurs. This time I want us to win or draw trying to win.
It's up to how much we want it. Win and the titles ours. Draw and we both look good to go up. In my first season we had a convenient draw with Spurs. This time I want us to win or draw trying to win. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:04pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Over the Edge says...

Oh well never expected much else really.

Can't wait for Friday's game, we could really do with a sell out to cheers to boys on.

As Nigel always says control the controllables.

I know one thing, if we get a penalty Rickie won't miss.

COYR.
Oh well never expected much else really. Can't wait for Friday's game, we could really do with a sell out to cheers to boys on. As Nigel always says control the controllables. I know one thing, if we get a penalty Rickie won't miss. COYR. Over the Edge
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10:07pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Norwegian Saint says...

I am going to try for a ticket tomorrow, have not seen Saints lose a live match at SMS for 5 years... Norway can wait another few days!
I am going to try for a ticket tomorrow, have not seen Saints lose a live match at SMS for 5 years... Norway can wait another few days! Norwegian Saint
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10:07pm Tue 10 Apr 12

redsnapper says...

Never mind other results.

Saints played very well yesterday, whilst Brighton gave Reading a tough game tonight.

An extra days recovery can make a big difference.

Our lads will be up for it big time and I am sure Nigel will play those who WILL and WANT to get stuck in.

COYR we are within touching distance.

Adios Skates!!
Never mind other results. Saints played very well yesterday, whilst Brighton gave Reading a tough game tonight. An extra days recovery can make a big difference. Our lads will be up for it big time and I am sure Nigel will play those who WILL and WANT to get stuck in. COYR we are within touching distance. Adios Skates!! redsnapper
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10:14pm Tue 10 Apr 12

likewatchingbrazil says...

no whiteshite no ptj no fish at all,
wonder why, coyr foadp
no whiteshite no ptj no fish at all, wonder why, coyr foadp likewatchingbrazil
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10:17pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Southseachris says...

Here we are then with possibly the season now compressed into probably 3 games. You've got to give Reading credit for a fantastic run, getting the scruffy wins when they matter.
But we are still top with a great opportunity to go 3 points clear again on Friday, BUT we'll have to play so much better than we have at home lately.
Reading will, of course, come with a game plan and it's going to be a tough nail-biter of an evening.
We must all be there right behind the team no matter what happens. West Ham were driven on by their fans in the second half the other night and Nigel said after the Palace game how inspiring our fans are to the team.

It'll be a big night and I feel a great one!
Here we are then with possibly the season now compressed into probably 3 games. You've got to give Reading credit for a fantastic run, getting the scruffy wins when they matter. But we are still top with a great opportunity to go 3 points clear again on Friday, BUT we'll have to play so much better than we have at home lately. Reading will, of course, come with a game plan and it's going to be a tough nail-biter of an evening. We must all be there right behind the team no matter what happens. West Ham were driven on by their fans in the second half the other night and Nigel said after the Palace game how inspiring our fans are to the team. It'll be a big night and I feel a great one! Southseachris
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10:19pm Tue 10 Apr 12

rob the saint in NZ says...

IMHO we should start with the same 11 as on Monday; Cork & Hammond played well by all accounts & I think we'll need to be in Reading's face from the off to stamp our authority on the game.

Add some guile & craft from Lallana, defensive solidity from Jose & Jos & goals from Rickie & Billy & we will win & go up as Champions, not just runners up.

COYR & PBR!
IMHO we should start with the same 11 as on Monday; Cork & Hammond played well by all accounts & I think we'll need to be in Reading's face from the off to stamp our authority on the game. Add some guile & craft from Lallana, defensive solidity from Jose & Jos & goals from Rickie & Billy & we will win & go up as Champions, not just runners up. COYR & PBR! rob the saint in NZ
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10:24pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Confucious says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
no whiteshite no ptj no fish at all,
wonder why, coyr foadp
HMS Fratton just sunk.
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: no whiteshite no ptj no fish at all, wonder why, coyr foadp[/p][/quote]HMS Fratton just sunk. Confucious
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10:25pm Tue 10 Apr 12

circa 66 saint says...

remember
WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON
WE ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE
WE DESERVE TO BE THERE
WE CAN AND WILL DO WHAT IS REQUIRED TO BE CHAMPIONS
COME ON SAINTS LETS HAVE ANOTHER 1976 MOMENT
remember WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON WE ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE WE DESERVE TO BE THERE WE CAN AND WILL DO WHAT IS REQUIRED TO BE CHAMPIONS COME ON SAINTS LETS HAVE ANOTHER 1976 MOMENT circa 66 saint
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10:26pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Confucious says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
I am going to try for a ticket tomorrow, have not seen Saints lose a live match at SMS for 5 years... Norway can wait another few days!
Good luck - we need you!
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: I am going to try for a ticket tomorrow, have not seen Saints lose a live match at SMS for 5 years... Norway can wait another few days![/p][/quote]Good luck - we need you! Confucious
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10:29pm Tue 10 Apr 12

insane saint says...

rob the saint in NZ wrote:
IMHO we should start with the same 11 as on Monday; Cork & Hammond played well by all accounts & I think we'll need to be in Reading's face from the off to stamp our authority on the game.

Add some guile & craft from Lallana, defensive solidity from Jose & Jos & goals from Rickie & Billy & we will win & go up as Champions, not just runners up.

COYR & PBR!
runners up is out of the equation WE WILL GO UP AS CHAMPIONS
sorry to shout but it had to be done the saints have led the race to long to think about the other promotion place available 1st place will be ours.
COYR
sell out by tomorrow night.
[quote][p][bold]rob the saint in NZ[/bold] wrote: IMHO we should start with the same 11 as on Monday; Cork & Hammond played well by all accounts & I think we'll need to be in Reading's face from the off to stamp our authority on the game. Add some guile & craft from Lallana, defensive solidity from Jose & Jos & goals from Rickie & Billy & we will win & go up as Champions, not just runners up. COYR & PBR![/p][/quote]runners up is out of the equation WE WILL GO UP AS CHAMPIONS sorry to shout but it had to be done the saints have led the race to long to think about the other promotion place available 1st place will be ours. COYR sell out by tomorrow night. insane saint
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10:36pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Over the Edge says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
I am going to try for a ticket tomorrow, have not seen Saints lose a live match at SMS for 5 years... Norway can wait another few days!
My fingers are crossed you get a ticket.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: I am going to try for a ticket tomorrow, have not seen Saints lose a live match at SMS for 5 years... Norway can wait another few days![/p][/quote]My fingers are crossed you get a ticket. Over the Edge
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10:36pm Tue 10 Apr 12

SpLiDgE says...

Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP
Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP SpLiDgE
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10:37pm Tue 10 Apr 12

RedArmy1 says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
no whiteshite no ptj no fish at all,
wonder why, coyr foadp
From one committed SAINTS FAN to another ....

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON MUST BE FAVOURITES FOR THE READING GAME AND THEY ARE BEATABLE !!!

The smart money may be on the DRAW which would still leave SAINTS TOP with 3 Games to FIGHT TO BE CROWNED CHAMPIONS !!!

The fact is Southampton have been Top for so long now - they must go on and WIN the League.

Everyone is hoping Nigel has done his homework on the Speedy Wing Threat delivering balls into the box and the Aerial Threat around the Box.

The Selection of the right Defence Team - the Correct use of Substitutes - and Winning everything in the Air will nullify the threat.

Shots must be closed down and the same work rate including defensive duties as well as peppering the Reading Goal will produce the WIN FOR SAINTS.

RED AND WHITE (Barmy Army)

WIN-WIN-WIN

WE FIGHT TO BE CHAMPIONS.
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: no whiteshite no ptj no fish at all, wonder why, coyr foadp[/p][/quote]From one committed SAINTS FAN to another .... THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON MUST BE FAVOURITES FOR THE READING GAME AND THEY ARE BEATABLE !!! The smart money may be on the DRAW which would still leave SAINTS TOP with 3 Games to FIGHT TO BE CROWNED CHAMPIONS !!! The fact is Southampton have been Top for so long now - they must go on and WIN the League. Everyone is hoping Nigel has done his homework on the Speedy Wing Threat delivering balls into the box and the Aerial Threat around the Box. The Selection of the right Defence Team - the Correct use of Substitutes - and Winning everything in the Air will nullify the threat. Shots must be closed down and the same work rate including defensive duties as well as peppering the Reading Goal will produce the WIN FOR SAINTS. RED AND WHITE (Barmy Army) WIN-WIN-WIN WE FIGHT TO BE CHAMPIONS. RedArmy1
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10:38pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Over the Edge says...

SpLiDgE wrote:
Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP
Gutted for you
[quote][p][bold]SpLiDgE[/bold] wrote: Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP[/p][/quote]Gutted for you Over the Edge
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10:41pm Tue 10 Apr 12

SpLiDgE says...

Over the Edge wrote:
SpLiDgE wrote:
Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP
Gutted for you
Don't be. I have the ticket! We all that famous quote from our other half's shopping spree "non refundable" I'm sure she will understand in the end ;)
[quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SpLiDgE[/bold] wrote: Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP[/p][/quote]Gutted for you[/p][/quote]Don't be. I have the ticket! We all that famous quote from our other half's shopping spree "non refundable" I'm sure she will understand in the end ;) SpLiDgE
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10:42pm Tue 10 Apr 12

SpLiDgE says...

SpLiDgE wrote:
Over the Edge wrote:
SpLiDgE wrote:
Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP
Gutted for you
Don't be. I have the ticket! We all that famous quote from our other half's shopping spree "non refundable" I'm sure she will understand in the end ;)
*know
[quote][p][bold]SpLiDgE[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SpLiDgE[/bold] wrote: Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP[/p][/quote]Gutted for you[/p][/quote]Don't be. I have the ticket! We all that famous quote from our other half's shopping spree "non refundable" I'm sure she will understand in the end ;)[/p][/quote]*know SpLiDgE
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10:49pm Tue 10 Apr 12

joelster says...

GET TO THE GAME EVERYONE!!!!

Or get near the stadium--- the 12th player is EVERYTHING SATURDAY!!!!
GET TO THE GAME EVERYONE!!!! Or get near the stadium--- the 12th player is EVERYTHING SATURDAY!!!! joelster
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10:50pm Tue 10 Apr 12

RedArmy1 says...

RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy

League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!!

2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading.

The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain.

If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at.

FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !!

advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday

stay at home

OR

... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!!

RED ARMY 2012.
NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER
FIGHT AND WIN.
UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO
RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. 1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!! 2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading. The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain. If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at. FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !! advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday stay at home OR ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!! RED ARMY 2012. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER FIGHT AND WIN. UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO RedArmy1
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11:04pm Tue 10 Apr 12

slugger says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy

League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!!

2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading.

The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain.

If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at.

FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !!

advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday

stay at home

OR

... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!!

RED ARMY 2012.
NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER
FIGHT AND WIN.
UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO
to be honest redarmy1 , i think it'd be great if brighton and us went up .......... have two teams ever done back to back promotions together before ? ...... it'd be cool if it happend.
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. 1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!! 2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading. The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain. If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at. FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !! advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday stay at home OR ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!! RED ARMY 2012. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER FIGHT AND WIN. UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO[/p][/quote]to be honest redarmy1 , i think it'd be great if brighton and us went up .......... have two teams ever done back to back promotions together before ? ...... it'd be cool if it happend. slugger
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11:08pm Tue 10 Apr 12

insane saint says...

they are not liking it over on the news sh1te us telling them they are going down 4 to play 9 points adrift. i think they are fcuked, us on the other hand we are going up and the future is bright it is red and white
they are not liking it over on the news sh1te us telling them they are going down 4 to play 9 points adrift. i think they are fcuked, us on the other hand we are going up and the future is bright it is red and white insane saint
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11:11pm Tue 10 Apr 12

RedArmy1 says...

slugger wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy

League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!!

2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading.

The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain.

If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at.

FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !!

advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday

stay at home

OR

... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!!

RED ARMY 2012.
NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER
FIGHT AND WIN.
UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO
to be honest redarmy1 , i think it'd be great if brighton and us went up .......... have two teams ever done back to back promotions together before ? ...... it'd be cool if it happend.
that's you mate ... and the beauty of football and all the different posts is that everyone has a different opinion about a whole range of topics and issues ...

I've called it as I see it - and brighton are a Championside side IMO.

What we both want is that THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON GOING BACK TO THE PREMIERSHIP !!

Whether it's the STATION.. THE PRINCE OF WALES or THE NORTHAM CLUB !!!

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. 1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!! 2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading. The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain. If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at. FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !! advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday stay at home OR ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!! RED ARMY 2012. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER FIGHT AND WIN. UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO[/p][/quote]to be honest redarmy1 , i think it'd be great if brighton and us went up .......... have two teams ever done back to back promotions together before ? ...... it'd be cool if it happend.[/p][/quote]that's you mate ... and the beauty of football and all the different posts is that everyone has a different opinion about a whole range of topics and issues ... I've called it as I see it - and brighton are a Championside side IMO. What we both want is that THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON GOING BACK TO THE PREMIERSHIP !! Whether it's the STATION.. THE PRINCE OF WALES or THE NORTHAM CLUB !!! WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY RedArmy1
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11:13pm Tue 10 Apr 12

pjwilk says...

Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding.
Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding. pjwilk
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11:14pm Tue 10 Apr 12

slugger says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
slugger wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy

League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!!

2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading.

The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain.

If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at.

FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !!

advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday

stay at home

OR

... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!!

RED ARMY 2012.
NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER
FIGHT AND WIN.
UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO
to be honest redarmy1 , i think it'd be great if brighton and us went up .......... have two teams ever done back to back promotions together before ? ...... it'd be cool if it happend.
that's you mate ... and the beauty of football and all the different posts is that everyone has a different opinion about a whole range of topics and issues ...

I've called it as I see it - and brighton are a Championside side IMO.

What we both want is that THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON GOING BACK TO THE PREMIERSHIP !!

Whether it's the STATION.. THE PRINCE OF WALES or THE NORTHAM CLUB !!!

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY
can't argue with that ! , lol
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. 1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!! 2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading. The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain. If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at. FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !! advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday stay at home OR ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!! RED ARMY 2012. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER FIGHT AND WIN. UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO[/p][/quote]to be honest redarmy1 , i think it'd be great if brighton and us went up .......... have two teams ever done back to back promotions together before ? ...... it'd be cool if it happend.[/p][/quote]that's you mate ... and the beauty of football and all the different posts is that everyone has a different opinion about a whole range of topics and issues ... I've called it as I see it - and brighton are a Championside side IMO. What we both want is that THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON GOING BACK TO THE PREMIERSHIP !! Whether it's the STATION.. THE PRINCE OF WALES or THE NORTHAM CLUB !!! WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY[/p][/quote]can't argue with that ! , lol slugger
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11:14pm Tue 10 Apr 12

insane saint says...

pjwilk wrote:
Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding.
good to here thanks for the info
[quote][p][bold]pjwilk[/bold] wrote: Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding.[/p][/quote]good to here thanks for the info insane saint
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11:56pm Tue 10 Apr 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

insane saint wrote:
pjwilk wrote:
Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding.
good to here thanks for the info
Bad luck BHA! Not too bothered from our point of view but you could have done with the points. Still, it'll make you all the more determined to slaughter Wham and I AM interested in you doing that.
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pjwilk[/bold] wrote: Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding.[/p][/quote]good to here thanks for the info[/p][/quote]Bad luck BHA! Not too bothered from our point of view but you could have done with the points. Still, it'll make you all the more determined to slaughter Wham and I AM interested in you doing that. Strasbourg Saint
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11:57pm Tue 10 Apr 12

RingSaint says...

Im getting my prediction in early Reading down to 10 men within 20 mins (my bet is on hothead Harte ) Saints WIN 2-0
Im getting my prediction in early Reading down to 10 men within 20 mins (my bet is on hothead Harte ) Saints WIN 2-0 RingSaint
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1:47am Wed 11 Apr 12

Tirau Dan says...

insane saint wrote:
pjwilk wrote:
Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding.
good to here thanks for the info
too right I'm friends again :)
Brighton to Fritter Spam!
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pjwilk[/bold] wrote: Just back from the Brighton game,we absolutely battered Reading they had a lucky deflection from a free kick and played spoiling tactics from then on.We missed a penalty and had another 2 sure penaltys denied ,could have been 5-1 up at half time not our night and the ref was a joke.I will be surprised if you dont give them a good hiding.[/p][/quote]good to here thanks for the info[/p][/quote]too right I'm friends again :) Brighton to Fritter Spam! Tirau Dan
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4:03am Wed 11 Apr 12

rob the saint in NZ says...

Good to see RedArmy1 back in full voice & really gving his keyboard a good battering! Reports of his retirement were exaggerated & premature.

Stand up & be counted every Saints fan, & those that are anywhere near Southampton on Friday, get a ticket & be there - your club needs you!

COYR & PBR!!!
Good to see RedArmy1 back in full voice & really gving his keyboard a good battering! Reports of his retirement were exaggerated & premature. Stand up & be counted every Saints fan, & those that are anywhere near Southampton on Friday, get a ticket & be there - your club needs you! COYR & PBR!!! rob the saint in NZ
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4:30am Wed 11 Apr 12

dickemery says...

big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game dickemery
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6:48am Wed 11 Apr 12

RedArmy1 says...

I read Nigel did not need much of a Team Talk as the Players were very motivated for the Palace Game .....

That's very good - the Players are going to be UP for every game now and want to be promoted CHAMPIONS ...

Where Nigel and the Coaching Staff need to speak out with sound preparation and good communication is getting ready for the Reading Gane ...

When we played them at their ground - the crowd were willing Southampton on to get the winner - so they are beatable ..

IMO Got to recognise that they are physically strong - good on the wings and especially on the counter - delivering balls into the box or just beyond ..... Aerial Threat is high - YET

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

Play with composure and purpose like Palace and work extremely hard with great Teamwork and WE WILL GO CLEAR AT THE TOP OF THE TABLE.

COME ON YOU REDS !!!!

RED ARMY 2012 - FIGHT FOR PROMOTION AND TO BE CHAMPIONS !!!!
I read Nigel did not need much of a Team Talk as the Players were very motivated for the Palace Game ..... That's very good - the Players are going to be UP for every game now and want to be promoted CHAMPIONS ... Where Nigel and the Coaching Staff need to speak out with sound preparation and good communication is getting ready for the Reading Gane ... When we played them at their ground - the crowd were willing Southampton on to get the winner - so they are beatable .. IMO Got to recognise that they are physically strong - good on the wings and especially on the counter - delivering balls into the box or just beyond ..... Aerial Threat is high - YET WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. Play with composure and purpose like Palace and work extremely hard with great Teamwork and WE WILL GO CLEAR AT THE TOP OF THE TABLE. COME ON YOU REDS !!!! RED ARMY 2012 - FIGHT FOR PROMOTION AND TO BE CHAMPIONS !!!! RedArmy1
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7:02am Wed 11 Apr 12

GX Saint says...

If we can turn Reading over and Brighton win at West Ham on Saturday then to miss out on auto-promotion we'd have to lose our last 3, West Ham would have to win theirs and they'd need a minimum 13 goal swing in GD. That's, say, 0-2, 0-2, 0-2 for us and 2-0, 2-0, 3-0 for them.
So we could be effectively up by 5pm saturday barring a miracle.
If we can turn Reading over and Brighton win at West Ham on Saturday then to miss out on auto-promotion we'd have to lose our last 3, West Ham would have to win theirs and they'd need a minimum 13 goal swing in GD. That's, say, 0-2, 0-2, 0-2 for us and 2-0, 2-0, 3-0 for them. So we could be effectively up by 5pm saturday barring a miracle. GX Saint
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7:50am Wed 11 Apr 12

george chivers says...

Reading will be tough. In Ian Harte they have a player who can win the game for them or equally lose it.

A world class left foot from set pieces but very slow and easily out run down the right flank. I am sure Nigel will instruct our players not to give away needless free kicks and corners and test him out down the right wing.

If we can control the game and stop them attacking down our flanks we can win by getting early crosses onto the back stick for Rickie.

Victory would be fantastic, a draw acceptable.

COYR we are almost there.
Reading will be tough. In Ian Harte they have a player who can win the game for them or equally lose it. A world class left foot from set pieces but very slow and easily out run down the right flank. I am sure Nigel will instruct our players not to give away needless free kicks and corners and test him out down the right wing. If we can control the game and stop them attacking down our flanks we can win by getting early crosses onto the back stick for Rickie. Victory would be fantastic, a draw acceptable. COYR we are almost there. george chivers
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8:59am Wed 11 Apr 12

BlandfordSaint says...

george chivers wrote:
Reading will be tough. In Ian Harte they have a player who can win the game for them or equally lose it. A world class left foot from set pieces but very slow and easily out run down the right flank. I am sure Nigel will instruct our players not to give away needless free kicks and corners and test him out down the right wing. If we can control the game and stop them attacking down our flanks we can win by getting early crosses onto the back stick for Rickie. Victory would be fantastic, a draw acceptable. COYR we are almost there.
Yes attack their full backs and do not conceed silly free kicks from 30 yards out. They are there for the taking. Steeeve to destroy old boy Harte - Chappers in CM with Corkie

COYR
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: Reading will be tough. In Ian Harte they have a player who can win the game for them or equally lose it. A world class left foot from set pieces but very slow and easily out run down the right flank. I am sure Nigel will instruct our players not to give away needless free kicks and corners and test him out down the right wing. If we can control the game and stop them attacking down our flanks we can win by getting early crosses onto the back stick for Rickie. Victory would be fantastic, a draw acceptable. COYR we are almost there.[/p][/quote]Yes attack their full backs and do not conceed silly free kicks from 30 yards out. They are there for the taking. Steeeve to destroy old boy Harte - Chappers in CM with Corkie COYR BlandfordSaint
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9:10am Wed 11 Apr 12

whitelines says...

dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute
dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute whitelines
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9:27am Wed 11 Apr 12

seventh-junction says...

Tick Tock, Tick Tock.....not long now on the Doomsday clock and we will enjoy every minute!!! ha ha ha ha ha
Tick Tock, Tick Tock.....not long now on the Doomsday clock and we will enjoy every minute!!! ha ha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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9:34am Wed 11 Apr 12

saintdownunder says...

whitelines wrote:
dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute
lol whitelines, welcome back, do i see a bit of jealousy there in yours comments , now p@ss of back to krap nott arf and play with your fishy sisters in league one , when it the last time you got 13,000 let alone 32,000 watching you.
[quote][p][bold]whitelines[/bold] wrote: dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute[/p][/quote]lol whitelines, welcome back, do i see a bit of jealousy there in yours comments , now p@ss of back to krap nott arf and play with your fishy sisters in league one , when it the last time you got 13,000 let alone 32,000 watching you. saintdownunder
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10:07am Wed 11 Apr 12

Saintsayer II says...

george chivers wrote:
Reading will be tough. In Ian Harte they have a player who can win the game for them or equally lose it.

A world class left foot from set pieces but very slow and easily out run down the right flank. I am sure Nigel will instruct our players not to give away needless free kicks and corners and test him out down the right wing.

If we can control the game and stop them attacking down our flanks we can win by getting early crosses onto the back stick for Rickie.

Victory would be fantastic, a draw acceptable.

COYR we are almost there.
With Billy in the team we also have the option of firing balls low into the six yard box. He always has a chance of a sniffers goal if we do that
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: Reading will be tough. In Ian Harte they have a player who can win the game for them or equally lose it. A world class left foot from set pieces but very slow and easily out run down the right flank. I am sure Nigel will instruct our players not to give away needless free kicks and corners and test him out down the right wing. If we can control the game and stop them attacking down our flanks we can win by getting early crosses onto the back stick for Rickie. Victory would be fantastic, a draw acceptable. COYR we are almost there.[/p][/quote]With Billy in the team we also have the option of firing balls low into the six yard box. He always has a chance of a sniffers goal if we do that Saintsayer II
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10:14am Wed 11 Apr 12

rob the saint in NZ says...

whitelines wrote:
dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute
Ooh, bitchy bitchy!

Tick, tock....
[quote][p][bold]whitelines[/bold] wrote: dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute[/p][/quote]Ooh, bitchy bitchy! Tick, tock.... rob the saint in NZ
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10:24am Wed 11 Apr 12

up saints says...

before the last round of matches i would of took saints win,reading win,west spam draw,bristol city win, and millwall win.as a post said before one day extra to recover i shall be in a pub in melton mowbray fri the 13th only saints supporter.
before the last round of matches i would of took saints win,reading win,west spam draw,bristol city win, and millwall win.as a post said before one day extra to recover i shall be in a pub in melton mowbray fri the 13th only saints supporter. up saints
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10:28am Wed 11 Apr 12

St Retford says...

dickemery wrote:
big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.
[quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game[/p][/quote]Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard. St Retford
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10:36am Wed 11 Apr 12

seventh-junction says...

dickemery wrote:
big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
I suppose you could say the same about Barcelona and Real Madrid being one man teams with Messi and Ronaldo scoring ALL their goals as well.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game[/p][/quote]I suppose you could say the same about Barcelona and Real Madrid being one man teams with Messi and Ronaldo scoring ALL their goals as well. zzzzzzzzzzzzzz seventh-junction
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10:37am Wed 11 Apr 12

Tirau Dan says...

Saints can tear apart teams that go defensive if they want to try to beat us they'll have to keep coming at us and Jos and Jose are going to have massive days.
I'll stick my head out and say I really think Saints will take Reading apart 3-1 They are not a team that will compete with Saints.. they will be seriously bricking it right now. COYR
Saints can tear apart teams that go defensive if they want to try to beat us they'll have to keep coming at us and Jos and Jose are going to have massive days. I'll stick my head out and say I really think Saints will take Reading apart 3-1 They are not a team that will compete with Saints.. they will be seriously bricking it right now. COYR Tirau Dan
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10:57am Wed 11 Apr 12

St.Yorkie says...

We need to control the game it's as simple as that. If BHA did run them ragged they will tire towards the end.
Let's all be patient, take the game to Reading and most off all DON'T PANIC!
I sense a defining moment of our sesaon...no more last miute equalisers, only quality strikes and victory.
WE WILL DO THIS
WE WILL BE CHAMPIONS
PROMOTION AT PETERBOROUGH
FOCUS IS ALL WE NEED, not forgetting a bit of luck!
COYR!
We need to control the game it's as simple as that. If BHA did run them ragged they will tire towards the end. Let's all be patient, take the game to Reading and most off all DON'T PANIC! I sense a defining moment of our sesaon...no more last miute equalisers, only quality strikes and victory. WE WILL DO THIS WE WILL BE CHAMPIONS PROMOTION AT PETERBOROUGH FOCUS IS ALL WE NEED, not forgetting a bit of luck! COYR! St.Yorkie
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11:15am Wed 11 Apr 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
dickemery wrote:
big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.
..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game[/p][/quote]Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.[/p][/quote]..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that! Strasbourg Saint
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11:25am Wed 11 Apr 12

SouthamptonLegend says...

Tirau Dan wrote:
Saints can tear apart teams that go defensive if they want to try to beat us they'll have to keep coming at us and Jos and Jose are going to have massive days.
I'll stick my head out and say I really think Saints will take Reading apart 3-1 They are not a team that will compete with Saints.. they will be seriously bricking it right now. COYR
Loving your optimism Dan! You would have thought that we'd have enough to beat them! But the skates weren't in form and got a result, these guys are on fire don't forget.

It's going to be the hardest game of the season for us. This is a real test, and i can't wait!

For anyone who's going Friday, please can you make more noise!! The only time St. Marys was rocking Saturday was when we scored and 5 minutes towards the end. Why not make it last the whole 90 minutes this time, from start to finish!! COME ON
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: Saints can tear apart teams that go defensive if they want to try to beat us they'll have to keep coming at us and Jos and Jose are going to have massive days. I'll stick my head out and say I really think Saints will take Reading apart 3-1 They are not a team that will compete with Saints.. they will be seriously bricking it right now. COYR[/p][/quote]Loving your optimism Dan! You would have thought that we'd have enough to beat them! But the skates weren't in form and got a result, these guys are on fire don't forget. It's going to be the hardest game of the season for us. This is a real test, and i can't wait! For anyone who's going Friday, please can you make more noise!! The only time St. Marys was rocking Saturday was when we scored and 5 minutes towards the end. Why not make it last the whole 90 minutes this time, from start to finish!! COME ON SouthamptonLegend
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11:26am Wed 11 Apr 12

mack chinnon says...

whitelines wrote:
dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute
Were laughing at you
Were laughing at you
You dirty skint b@stards
Were laughing at you
[quote][p][bold]whitelines[/bold] wrote: dont blow it now girls as you will fit in well in the prem, glory hunting plastic fans,non existant atmospheres, high prices and getting stuffed every week,you will enjoy every minute[/p][/quote]Were laughing at you Were laughing at you You dirty skint b@stards Were laughing at you mack chinnon
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11:32am Wed 11 Apr 12

St Retford says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
dickemery wrote:
big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.
..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that!
He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game[/p][/quote]Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.[/p][/quote]..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that![/p][/quote]He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this. St Retford
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11:33am Wed 11 Apr 12

Confucious says...

These are critical and tense times ahead of Friday. But all does not rest on Friday's result. I think this famous Churchillian speech is apt and will help focus all our minds (if I recall it correctly)...

"This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps the end of the beginning. Or it is the onset of the finale as the conclusion of the opening gives birth to it's expiry. For the inception of the finish and the opening of the conclusion start with this inauguration of the culmination of the birth of the completion. And so with this commencement of the denoument and at the source of the terminus, let us brace ourselves and not find ourselves in the middle, or even the end of the middle...."

It does go on a lot more about the middle - halfway between the limit and the outset etc - but then it gets a bit confusing - but you will all have got the point with this first part of the speech.

Disappointingly, Churchill made no mention of 'the higher they get, the fewer' - or even the beginning of the higher or the end of the fewer.

We could have used that for 'the end of the few'.

Pip! Pip! COYR!
These are critical and tense times ahead of Friday. But all does not rest on Friday's result. I think this famous Churchillian speech is apt and will help focus all our minds (if I recall it correctly)... "This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps the end of the beginning. Or it is the onset of the finale as the conclusion of the opening gives birth to it's expiry. For the inception of the finish and the opening of the conclusion start with this inauguration of the culmination of the birth of the completion. And so with this commencement of the denoument and at the source of the terminus, let us brace ourselves and not find ourselves in the middle, or even the end of the middle...." It does go on a lot more about the middle - halfway between the limit and the outset etc - but then it gets a bit confusing - but you will all have got the point with this first part of the speech. Disappointingly, Churchill made no mention of 'the higher they get, the fewer' - or even the beginning of the higher or the end of the fewer. We could have used that for 'the end of the few'. Pip! Pip! COYR! Confucious
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11:35am Wed 11 Apr 12

mack chinnon says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
We need to control the game it's as simple as that. If BHA did run them ragged they will tire towards the end. Let's all be patient, take the game to Reading and most off all DON'T PANIC! I sense a defining moment of our sesaon...no more last miute equalisers, only quality strikes and victory. WE WILL DO THIS WE WILL BE CHAMPIONS PROMOTION AT PETERBOROUGH FOCUS IS ALL WE NEED, not forgetting a bit of luck! COYR!
Champions Yorkie.
Nothing else will do.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: We need to control the game it's as simple as that. If BHA did run them ragged they will tire towards the end. Let's all be patient, take the game to Reading and most off all DON'T PANIC! I sense a defining moment of our sesaon...no more last miute equalisers, only quality strikes and victory. WE WILL DO THIS WE WILL BE CHAMPIONS PROMOTION AT PETERBOROUGH FOCUS IS ALL WE NEED, not forgetting a bit of luck! COYR![/p][/quote]Champions Yorkie. Nothing else will do. mack chinnon
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11:40am Wed 11 Apr 12

stmalcolm says...

SpLiDgE wrote:
Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP
Bring them with you, the party will be at SMS on Friday.
[quote][p][bold]SpLiDgE[/bold] wrote: Friday April the 13th, my partners birthday and family meal. Is it wrong to want be at SMS instead. I don't understand why she cant just change the meal to another day or at least make it a breakfast gathering. Woman can be so non-understanding sometimes. I can almost taste Champions in the city air. COYR FOP[/p][/quote]Bring them with you, the party will be at SMS on Friday. stmalcolm
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11:48am Wed 11 Apr 12

puppy saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
dickemery wrote:
big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.
..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that!
He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this.
"O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;
It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mock
The meat it feeds on. That cuckold lives in bliss,
Who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger:
But O, what ****èd minutes tells he o'er
Who dotes, yet doubts, suspects, yet strongly loves!
Forsooth, I see the Lieberrated Saints have a top o' the table clash this Friday, my Lord. Roderigo and couple of the troops are going down. Give that stalker Desdemona the slip and we'll have Ye olde large one, my leash. Proper, innit!"
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game[/p][/quote]Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.[/p][/quote]..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that![/p][/quote]He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this.[/p][/quote]"O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mock The meat it feeds on. That cuckold lives in bliss, Who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger: But O, what ****èd minutes tells he o'er Who dotes, yet doubts, suspects, yet strongly loves! Forsooth, I see the Lieberrated Saints have a top o' the table clash this Friday, my Lord. Roderigo and couple of the troops are going down. Give that stalker Desdemona the slip and we'll have Ye olde large one, my leash. Proper, innit!" puppy saint
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11:56am Wed 11 Apr 12

redsnapper says...

No if's no buts, we can and will win on Friday. Reading will finally come off the rails when Lallana shreds them and Ricki grabs another hat trick.

Strong no nonsense midfield from SAINTS will nullify their spoiling tactics and after the disorganisation witnessed against the doomed Skates NA will ensure no repeat.

Game on COYR...the door to the Prem is now wide open...
No if's no buts, we can and will win on Friday. Reading will finally come off the rails when Lallana shreds them and Ricki grabs another hat trick. Strong no nonsense midfield from SAINTS will nullify their spoiling tactics and after the disorganisation witnessed against the doomed Skates NA will ensure no repeat. Game on COYR...the door to the Prem is now wide open... redsnapper
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12:04pm Wed 11 Apr 12

St Retford says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
dickemery wrote:
big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.
..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that!
He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this.
"O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;
It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mock
The meat it feeds on. That cuckold lives in bliss,
Who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger:
But O, what ****èd minutes tells he o'er
Who dotes, yet doubts, suspects, yet strongly loves!
Forsooth, I see the Lieberrated Saints have a top o' the table clash this Friday, my Lord. Roderigo and couple of the troops are going down. Give that stalker Desdemona the slip and we'll have Ye olde large one, my leash. Proper, innit!"
Heh. That's good advice and worthy of the great bard. Or even Shakespeare.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game[/p][/quote]Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.[/p][/quote]..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that![/p][/quote]He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this.[/p][/quote]"O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mock The meat it feeds on. That cuckold lives in bliss, Who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger: But O, what ****èd minutes tells he o'er Who dotes, yet doubts, suspects, yet strongly loves! Forsooth, I see the Lieberrated Saints have a top o' the table clash this Friday, my Lord. Roderigo and couple of the troops are going down. Give that stalker Desdemona the slip and we'll have Ye olde large one, my leash. Proper, innit!"[/p][/quote]Heh. That's good advice and worthy of the great bard. Or even Shakespeare. St Retford
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12:08pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Costa Baz says...

up saints wrote:
before the last round of matches i would of took saints win,reading win,west spam draw,bristol city win, and millwall win.as a post said before one day extra to recover i shall be in a pub in melton mowbray fri the 13th only saints supporter.
What bar will you be in?

I'm in the area but don't know where exactly I will be Friday night.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: before the last round of matches i would of took saints win,reading win,west spam draw,bristol city win, and millwall win.as a post said before one day extra to recover i shall be in a pub in melton mowbray fri the 13th only saints supporter.[/p][/quote]What bar will you be in? I'm in the area but don't know where exactly I will be Friday night. Costa Baz
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12:13pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Tirau Dan says...

SouthamptonLegend wrote:
Tirau Dan wrote:
Saints can tear apart teams that go defensive if they want to try to beat us they'll have to keep coming at us and Jos and Jose are going to have massive days.
I'll stick my head out and say I really think Saints will take Reading apart 3-1 They are not a team that will compete with Saints.. they will be seriously bricking it right now. COYR
Loving your optimism Dan! You would have thought that we'd have enough to beat them! But the skates weren't in form and got a result, these guys are on fire don't forget.

It's going to be the hardest game of the season for us. This is a real test, and i can't wait!

For anyone who's going Friday, please can you make more noise!! The only time St. Marys was rocking Saturday was when we scored and 5 minutes towards the end. Why not make it last the whole 90 minutes this time, from start to finish!! COME ON
It is absolutely a huge game, yes they are on fire. They have a quick flanks and defend well. They'll most likely tie up an extra man on Adam and will be all over Rickie. I'm guessing they'll bring their pace in a bit from the wings to hassle and chase our passing game. The second they do will cut through. Starve them wide and cut up the middle on the ground keep it in the box and wear them down.. they'll crumble. Big difference between this and the pompey game is football. Pompey kicked the crap out of us in the first ten and the ref let them do it. Reading are frustrating but will try to move the ball and bring it on.. It'll be a cracking game... Two good teams two cracking managers.. Good Luck Saints I'm sticking with 3-1 to Saints.. I just hope we can get the first 2 early then I'll breathe.
[quote][p][bold]SouthamptonLegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: Saints can tear apart teams that go defensive if they want to try to beat us they'll have to keep coming at us and Jos and Jose are going to have massive days. I'll stick my head out and say I really think Saints will take Reading apart 3-1 They are not a team that will compete with Saints.. they will be seriously bricking it right now. COYR[/p][/quote]Loving your optimism Dan! You would have thought that we'd have enough to beat them! But the skates weren't in form and got a result, these guys are on fire don't forget. It's going to be the hardest game of the season for us. This is a real test, and i can't wait! For anyone who's going Friday, please can you make more noise!! The only time St. Marys was rocking Saturday was when we scored and 5 minutes towards the end. Why not make it last the whole 90 minutes this time, from start to finish!! COME ON[/p][/quote]It is absolutely a huge game, yes they are on fire. They have a quick flanks and defend well. They'll most likely tie up an extra man on Adam and will be all over Rickie. I'm guessing they'll bring their pace in a bit from the wings to hassle and chase our passing game. The second they do will cut through. Starve them wide and cut up the middle on the ground keep it in the box and wear them down.. they'll crumble. Big difference between this and the pompey game is football. Pompey kicked the crap out of us in the first ten and the ref let them do it. Reading are frustrating but will try to move the ball and bring it on.. It'll be a cracking game... Two good teams two cracking managers.. Good Luck Saints I'm sticking with 3-1 to Saints.. I just hope we can get the first 2 early then I'll breathe. Tirau Dan
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12:27pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Bigrich1980 says...

the problem i have with Friday is we dont perform well when we are on Sky TV. I think that this game could be a real challenge. A long as we are top two i dont care though. Like i said earlier on in the week the team that wins the title often struggle when they go up to the prem so will happily take 2nd spot.
the problem i have with Friday is we dont perform well when we are on Sky TV. I think that this game could be a real challenge. A long as we are top two i dont care though. Like i said earlier on in the week the team that wins the title often struggle when they go up to the prem so will happily take 2nd spot. Bigrich1980
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12:28pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Confucious says...

I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests. Confucious
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12:45pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Hobson82 says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
dickemery wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game
Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.
..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that!
He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this.
"O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mock The meat it feeds on. That cuckold lives in bliss, Who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger: But O, what ****èd minutes tells he o'er Who dotes, yet doubts, suspects, yet strongly loves! Forsooth, I see the Lieberrated Saints have a top o' the table clash this Friday, my Lord. Roderigo and couple of the troops are going down. Give that stalker Desdemona the slip and we'll have Ye olde large one, my leash. Proper, innit!"
I wouldn't go as far as saying we are a 1 man team, but I do believe EVERY team have 1 or 2 players which are difficult to replace if injured, suspended etc... No 2 players are identical in skill and ability. Our squad seem to work really well together no matter who is playing but we do have a good solid spine and if someone in that spine is missing it is difficult to replace them.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: big game friday we have a advantage Reading will be tired game so close to each game ?they are a footballing team whilst we are a one man team hope it be a entertaining game[/p][/quote]Wow, it's nice to see another genuine Saints fan (and definitely not a bitter skate) on these pages. Welcome aboard.[/p][/quote]..... and 'a absolutely' literate one at that![/p][/quote]He's a slippery snake, this one. He's come on here with all the cunning of Iago and was *that* close to making me turn up and cheer on Reading instead. We need to be on our guard with wily old foxes like this.[/p][/quote]"O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mock The meat it feeds on. That cuckold lives in bliss, Who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger: But O, what ****èd minutes tells he o'er Who dotes, yet doubts, suspects, yet strongly loves! Forsooth, I see the Lieberrated Saints have a top o' the table clash this Friday, my Lord. Roderigo and couple of the troops are going down. Give that stalker Desdemona the slip and we'll have Ye olde large one, my leash. Proper, innit!"[/p][/quote]I wouldn't go as far as saying we are a 1 man team, but I do believe EVERY team have 1 or 2 players which are difficult to replace if injured, suspended etc... No 2 players are identical in skill and ability. Our squad seem to work really well together no matter who is playing but we do have a good solid spine and if someone in that spine is missing it is difficult to replace them. Hobson82
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12:45pm Wed 11 Apr 12

seventh-junction says...

Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell?
admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell? admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road" seventh-junction
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12:52pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
You make a wonderful sales pitch, but what you fail to mention is the Farton timber is riddled and rotting with infested wood worms like Whiteslime. Nothing from there will ever last, I’ll pass on this one thanks.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]You make a wonderful sales pitch, but what you fail to mention is the Farton timber is riddled and rotting with infested wood worms like Whiteslime. Nothing from there will ever last, I’ll pass on this one thanks. Mush On The Beach
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12:52pm Wed 11 Apr 12

saintkenny says...

Bigrich1980 wrote:
the problem i have with Friday is we dont perform well when we are on Sky TV. I think that this game could be a real challenge. A long as we are top two i dont care though. Like i said earlier on in the week the team that wins the title often struggle when they go up to the prem so will happily take 2nd spot.
so when we beat leeds 3 1 on sky we did not perform ..least the wont hoof the ball in the air go around kicking players .should be a good game .brighton should of won with chances .but not clinical in front of goal ,that is the difference but we have sharp and lambert .just keep the ball try in control the game .adapt if reading change the formation .let de ridder run at hart later .he will do him with pace .get the bally in the box .billy will be lurking .now with lambert fit .we have not seen both o0f them fit in full flight at stmarys .this will be the killing factor .and the reason why nigel got sharp .onwards in upwards .albions loss opened the door leicester for a late play off push .so that result might well have more meaning than we thought .with leicester home to westham to come
[quote][p][bold]Bigrich1980[/bold] wrote: the problem i have with Friday is we dont perform well when we are on Sky TV. I think that this game could be a real challenge. A long as we are top two i dont care though. Like i said earlier on in the week the team that wins the title often struggle when they go up to the prem so will happily take 2nd spot.[/p][/quote]so when we beat leeds 3 1 on sky we did not perform ..least the wont hoof the ball in the air go around kicking players .should be a good game .brighton should of won with chances .but not clinical in front of goal ,that is the difference but we have sharp and lambert .just keep the ball try in control the game .adapt if reading change the formation .let de ridder run at hart later .he will do him with pace .get the bally in the box .billy will be lurking .now with lambert fit .we have not seen both o0f them fit in full flight at stmarys .this will be the killing factor .and the reason why nigel got sharp .onwards in upwards .albions loss opened the door leicester for a late play off push .so that result might well have more meaning than we thought .with leicester home to westham to come saintkenny
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12:59pm Wed 11 Apr 12

lowe esteem says...

worried of n e hampshire wrote:
how come it has not sold out?
Because not everyone has got their tickets yet, that's all.
Family meal with a sexist anyone?
[quote][p][bold]worried of n e hampshire[/bold] wrote: how come it has not sold out?[/p][/quote]Because not everyone has got their tickets yet, that's all. Family meal with a sexist anyone? lowe esteem
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1:12pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Confucious wrote:
These are critical and tense times ahead of Friday. But all does not rest on Friday's result. I think this famous Churchillian speech is apt and will help focus all our minds (if I recall it correctly)...

"This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps the end of the beginning. Or it is the onset of the finale as the conclusion of the opening gives birth to it's expiry. For the inception of the finish and the opening of the conclusion start with this inauguration of the culmination of the birth of the completion. And so with this commencement of the denoument and at the source of the terminus, let us brace ourselves and not find ourselves in the middle, or even the end of the middle...."

It does go on a lot more about the middle - halfway between the limit and the outset etc - but then it gets a bit confusing - but you will all have got the point with this first part of the speech.

Disappointingly, Churchill made no mention of 'the higher they get, the fewer' - or even the beginning of the higher or the end of the fewer.

We could have used that for 'the end of the few'.

Pip! Pip! COYR!
Uncle Winnie always meant well, but he could be a bit verbose at times after a couple of brandies.
My favourites were when he had been on the wagon for a couple of days and thus more succinct:

I wish WhiteSlime no ill, but it would have been much better if he had never lived.

A WhiteSlime lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.

If you are going to go through Poopey, keep going.

Promotion is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: These are critical and tense times ahead of Friday. But all does not rest on Friday's result. I think this famous Churchillian speech is apt and will help focus all our minds (if I recall it correctly)... "This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps the end of the beginning. Or it is the onset of the finale as the conclusion of the opening gives birth to it's expiry. For the inception of the finish and the opening of the conclusion start with this inauguration of the culmination of the birth of the completion. And so with this commencement of the denoument and at the source of the terminus, let us brace ourselves and not find ourselves in the middle, or even the end of the middle...." It does go on a lot more about the middle - halfway between the limit and the outset etc - but then it gets a bit confusing - but you will all have got the point with this first part of the speech. Disappointingly, Churchill made no mention of 'the higher they get, the fewer' - or even the beginning of the higher or the end of the fewer. We could have used that for 'the end of the few'. Pip! Pip! COYR![/p][/quote]Uncle Winnie always meant well, but he could be a bit verbose at times after a couple of brandies. My favourites were when he had been on the wagon for a couple of days and thus more succinct: I wish WhiteSlime no ill, but it would have been much better if he had never lived. A WhiteSlime lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on. If you are going to go through Poopey, keep going. Promotion is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is. Mush On The Beach
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1:12pm Wed 11 Apr 12

cheshireexile says...

got my tickets me and daughter on way down Friday, come on everyone lets recreate the away atmosphere x 100 and blow reading away
COYS
got my tickets me and daughter on way down Friday, come on everyone lets recreate the away atmosphere x 100 and blow reading away COYS cheshireexile
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1:14pm Wed 11 Apr 12

DisplacedFan says...

Confucious wrote:
These are critical and tense times ahead of Friday. But all does not rest on Friday's result. I think this famous Churchillian speech is apt and will help focus all our minds (if I recall it correctly)...

"This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps the end of the beginning. Or it is the onset of the finale as the conclusion of the opening gives birth to it's expiry. For the inception of the finish and the opening of the conclusion start with this inauguration of the culmination of the birth of the completion. And so with this commencement of the denoument and at the source of the terminus, let us brace ourselves and not find ourselves in the middle, or even the end of the middle...."

It does go on a lot more about the middle - halfway between the limit and the outset etc - but then it gets a bit confusing - but you will all have got the point with this first part of the speech.

Disappointingly, Churchill made no mention of 'the higher they get, the fewer' - or even the beginning of the higher or the end of the fewer.

We could have used that for 'the end of the few'.

Pip! Pip! COYR!
Thanks for stealing my lines, Confucious, but as we are all one and the same, I am glad for your repartit.
The game will be intense, but in the end justice will be served and as Freddy Mercury was fond of saying, "We are the Champions."
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: These are critical and tense times ahead of Friday. But all does not rest on Friday's result. I think this famous Churchillian speech is apt and will help focus all our minds (if I recall it correctly)... "This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps the end of the beginning. Or it is the onset of the finale as the conclusion of the opening gives birth to it's expiry. For the inception of the finish and the opening of the conclusion start with this inauguration of the culmination of the birth of the completion. And so with this commencement of the denoument and at the source of the terminus, let us brace ourselves and not find ourselves in the middle, or even the end of the middle...." It does go on a lot more about the middle - halfway between the limit and the outset etc - but then it gets a bit confusing - but you will all have got the point with this first part of the speech. Disappointingly, Churchill made no mention of 'the higher they get, the fewer' - or even the beginning of the higher or the end of the fewer. We could have used that for 'the end of the few'. Pip! Pip! COYR![/p][/quote]Thanks for stealing my lines, Confucious, but as we are all one and the same, I am glad for your repartit. The game will be intense, but in the end justice will be served and as Freddy Mercury was fond of saying, "We are the Champions." DisplacedFan
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1:23pm Wed 11 Apr 12

KeefyH44 says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy

League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!!

2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading.

The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain.

If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at.

FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !!

advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday

stay at home

OR

... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!!

RED ARMY 2012.
NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER
FIGHT AND WIN.
UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO
You really are a nasty piece of work aren't you! Ever hear of winning graciously?
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. 1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!! 2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading. The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain. If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at. FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !! advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday stay at home OR ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!! RED ARMY 2012. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER FIGHT AND WIN. UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO[/p][/quote]You really are a nasty piece of work aren't you! Ever hear of winning graciously? KeefyH44
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1:27pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Alicesdad says...

For reasons I wont bore you with I was sitting amongst Palace fans on Monday.

Firstly, from across the ground the sight and the sheer sound of the saints fans was awesome. In fairness to Palace fans they were openly admitting it was an impressive sight.

Palace are another club that are rebuilding from the ashes - when they were in trouble we picked up Fonte and that was very good business indeed. He got a very warm reception when he came out.

They were all immensely impressed with Lambert too. Hard not to be I suppose. His header was in and out of the goal so fast half the crowd only knew he'd scored because of his celebration. Fantastic cross though !!!

The performance was extremely professional. We got the goals and locked up shop.

We WILL beat Reading.
We WILL be champions.
We WILL finish in the top half of the premiership next season.
Lambert WILL be one of the top three scorers next season.
For reasons I wont bore you with I was sitting amongst Palace fans on Monday. Firstly, from across the ground the sight and the sheer sound of the saints fans was awesome. In fairness to Palace fans they were openly admitting it was an impressive sight. Palace are another club that are rebuilding from the ashes - when they were in trouble we picked up Fonte and that was very good business indeed. He got a very warm reception when he came out. They were all immensely impressed with Lambert too. Hard not to be I suppose. His header was in and out of the goal so fast half the crowd only knew he'd scored because of his celebration. Fantastic cross though !!! The performance was extremely professional. We got the goals and locked up shop. We WILL beat Reading. We WILL be champions. We WILL finish in the top half of the premiership next season. Lambert WILL be one of the top three scorers next season. Alicesdad
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1:37pm Wed 11 Apr 12

mark5 says...

To be honest, I shall be surprised if you do not win this one. Reading are a decent, strong and well organised side, but they are certainly not invincible! We were all over them for most of the game and they had to defend with their lives! The difference was that we were not clynical enough in front of goal and therefore their defence, although stretched, did not concede. This is where Lambert and Sharp will make the difference for you, assuming that you play the usual attacking and passing game and get the ball to those guys. Our goal shy forward line is the story of our season and is the reason why we are chasing a play off place rather than comfortably in the top 6! You do not have the same problem and that is why you will beat Reading and win the league! Great season for both of us but yours a tad more so...........!!
To be honest, I shall be surprised if you do not win this one. Reading are a decent, strong and well organised side, but they are certainly not invincible! We were all over them for most of the game and they had to defend with their lives! The difference was that we were not clynical enough in front of goal and therefore their defence, although stretched, did not concede. This is where Lambert and Sharp will make the difference for you, assuming that you play the usual attacking and passing game and get the ball to those guys. Our goal shy forward line is the story of our season and is the reason why we are chasing a play off place rather than comfortably in the top 6! You do not have the same problem and that is why you will beat Reading and win the league! Great season for both of us but yours a tad more so...........!! mark5
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1:43pm Wed 11 Apr 12

lowe esteem says...

Fully recommend a read of the actual papers these days, you can miss so much online. For those of you without access to these papers, or a feed to local radio, you should know that Nigel and the boys were blown away by the support at Palace. It made the hairs on the back of Nige's neck stand on end as the team coach passed the pubs en route to Dellhurst-they knew what they had to do. He has also commented about positivity being conveyed down from the stands onto the pitch too-so don't even think negative-I will not apologise for repeating this theme through the season.
Also, from our dear little 'sister' paper down the road, they did highlight the 'welcome to civilisation' and other banners that were strung across the M27 to greet the Blue bubble. You may also be interested to know that on Monday they carried a colour centrefold of the valliant goalscorer of the EQUALISING goal from their trip to the enemy's den. Wonder when that might happen again?
Fully recommend a read of the actual papers these days, you can miss so much online. For those of you without access to these papers, or a feed to local radio, you should know that Nigel and the boys were blown away by the support at Palace. It made the hairs on the back of Nige's neck stand on end as the team coach passed the pubs en route to Dellhurst-they knew what they had to do. He has also commented about positivity being conveyed down from the stands onto the pitch too-so don't even think negative-I will not apologise for repeating this theme through the season. Also, from our dear little 'sister' paper down the road, they did highlight the 'welcome to civilisation' and other banners that were strung across the M27 to greet the Blue bubble. You may also be interested to know that on Monday they carried a colour centrefold of the valliant goalscorer of the EQUALISING goal from their trip to the enemy's den. Wonder when that might happen again? lowe esteem
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1:44pm Wed 11 Apr 12

GX Saint says...

I had the same feelings of trepidation in '76 when we faced WBA (Jonny Giles et al) in a cup replay at the Dell. We had got a draw at the Hawthorns without really deserving it and I thought we'd have a really tough time in the replay.
We were 3-0 up after 10 minutes and won the game 4-0.
So despite the unease in my stomach, I predict we'll beat Reading comfortably - very high stakes game, NA will have the squad 100% focussed, and I just think we're stronger than they are. 4-0. We've been saying for weeks it's time someone got a thumping. You read it here first.
I had the same feelings of trepidation in '76 when we faced WBA (Jonny Giles et al) in a cup replay at the Dell. We had got a draw at the Hawthorns without really deserving it and I thought we'd have a really tough time in the replay. We were 3-0 up after 10 minutes and won the game 4-0. So despite the unease in my stomach, I predict we'll beat Reading comfortably - very high stakes game, NA will have the squad 100% focussed, and I just think we're stronger than they are. 4-0. We've been saying for weeks it's time someone got a thumping. You read it here first. GX Saint
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1:48pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Confucious says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell?
admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"
Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell? admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"[/p][/quote]Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk. Confucious
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1:52pm Wed 11 Apr 12

oldsaintsfan says...

GX Saint wrote:
I had the same feelings of trepidation in '76 when we faced WBA (Jonny Giles et al) in a cup replay at the Dell. We had got a draw at the Hawthorns without really deserving it and I thought we'd have a really tough time in the replay. We were 3-0 up after 10 minutes and won the game 4-0. So despite the unease in my stomach, I predict we'll beat Reading comfortably - very high stakes game, NA will have the squad 100% focussed, and I just think we're stronger than they are. 4-0. We've been saying for weeks it's time someone got a thumping. You read it here first.
Remember both WBA games - great memories - football has changed alot since those days and not always for the better -hope you are right about Reading on Friday!
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: I had the same feelings of trepidation in '76 when we faced WBA (Jonny Giles et al) in a cup replay at the Dell. We had got a draw at the Hawthorns without really deserving it and I thought we'd have a really tough time in the replay. We were 3-0 up after 10 minutes and won the game 4-0. So despite the unease in my stomach, I predict we'll beat Reading comfortably - very high stakes game, NA will have the squad 100% focussed, and I just think we're stronger than they are. 4-0. We've been saying for weeks it's time someone got a thumping. You read it here first.[/p][/quote]Remember both WBA games - great memories - football has changed alot since those days and not always for the better -hope you are right about Reading on Friday! oldsaintsfan
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1:58pm Wed 11 Apr 12

mark5 says...

Confucious wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell?
admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"
Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.
To be honest, I would like to order one of these, not because I hold any dislike or resentment towards Pompey but, purely because it sounds like a very unique and well made curiosity which will grace any living room wall!!!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell? admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"[/p][/quote]Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.[/p][/quote]To be honest, I would like to order one of these, not because I hold any dislike or resentment towards Pompey but, purely because it sounds like a very unique and well made curiosity which will grace any living room wall!!! mark5
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2:01pm Wed 11 Apr 12

george chivers says...

Confucious wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell?
admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"
Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.
As an alternative to Adolf Hitler could you do a Harry Redknapp version who pops out and says 'I facked the scummers as well you know.'

You could then sell an air gun with the clock so Saints fans could try to shoot 'Arry every time he pops his head out.

This would increase the market place for you, increase the margin and drive the product upmarket.

Replaceable 'Arrys could be sold in boxes of 5.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell? admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"[/p][/quote]Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.[/p][/quote]As an alternative to Adolf Hitler could you do a Harry Redknapp version who pops out and says 'I facked the scummers as well you know.' You could then sell an air gun with the clock so Saints fans could try to shoot 'Arry every time he pops his head out. This would increase the market place for you, increase the margin and drive the product upmarket. Replaceable 'Arrys could be sold in boxes of 5. george chivers
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2:13pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Confucious says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
You make a wonderful sales pitch, but what you fail to mention is the Farton timber is riddled and rotting with infested wood worms like Whiteslime. Nothing from there will ever last, I’ll pass on this one thanks.
All timbers will be treated for insects/worms and with Sainsbury's disinfectant which kills 99.9% of all known germs. The remaining 0.1% will be eliminated with a small bottle of Scandinavian Yakult probiotic drink (each bottle contains 6.5 billion 'good bacteria' which kill the bad guys).
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]You make a wonderful sales pitch, but what you fail to mention is the Farton timber is riddled and rotting with infested wood worms like Whiteslime. Nothing from there will ever last, I’ll pass on this one thanks.[/p][/quote]All timbers will be treated for insects/worms and with Sainsbury's disinfectant which kills 99.9% of all known germs. The remaining 0.1% will be eliminated with a small bottle of Scandinavian Yakult probiotic drink (each bottle contains 6.5 billion 'good bacteria' which kill the bad guys). Confucious
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2:14pm Wed 11 Apr 12

SaintL-Y says...

2000 more tickets been allocated for the Peterborough game!! Anyone remember Brisbane Road 1978.........hairs starting to rise on the back of my neck.....!!! COYRs!
2000 more tickets been allocated for the Peterborough game!! Anyone remember Brisbane Road 1978.........hairs starting to rise on the back of my neck.....!!! COYRs! SaintL-Y
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2:17pm Wed 11 Apr 12

timjim says...

off topic I know, but does anyone have news on Puncheon? Has it turned sour again, is he struggling with an injury? After watching two what I would describe at best ordinary substitute appearances by SDR, I find myself thinking what about the Punch. Also could Connolly do a job on the right?
off topic I know, but does anyone have news on Puncheon? Has it turned sour again, is he struggling with an injury? After watching two what I would describe at best ordinary substitute appearances by SDR, I find myself thinking what about the Punch. Also could Connolly do a job on the right? timjim
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3:01pm Wed 11 Apr 12

St Retford says...

I don't think Puncheon has particularly covered himself in glory since he was welcomed back into the fold, which is a real shame. From what I've seen he's looked like he's not really on the same page as the rest of the team (which is understandable to some extent) and he's not been good enough at keeping hold of the ball or finding team mates.

Steve, on the other hand, has looked a real danger every time he's come on, although for some reason doesn't carry the same level of potency when he starts. I'm not sure what the solution is, to be honest. Maybe Valencia?
I don't think Puncheon has particularly covered himself in glory since he was welcomed back into the fold, which is a real shame. From what I've seen he's looked like he's not really on the same page as the rest of the team (which is understandable to some extent) and he's not been good enough at keeping hold of the ball or finding team mates. Steve, on the other hand, has looked a real danger every time he's come on, although for some reason doesn't carry the same level of potency when he starts. I'm not sure what the solution is, to be honest. Maybe Valencia? St Retford
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3:26pm Wed 11 Apr 12

redsnapper says...

St Retford wrote:
I don't think Puncheon has particularly covered himself in glory since he was welcomed back into the fold, which is a real shame. From what I've seen he's looked like he's not really on the same page as the rest of the team (which is understandable to some extent) and he's not been good enough at keeping hold of the ball or finding team mates.

Steve, on the other hand, has looked a real danger every time he's come on, although for some reason doesn't carry the same level of potency when he starts. I'm not sure what the solution is, to be honest. Maybe Valencia?
I suspect Puncheon has been screwed up by his parasitic agent but wingers often flatter to deceive with few exceptions like Adam and some of the old guys like T Paine J Sydenham and even a chap called Tom Jenkins was pretty good way back then.

One of last years favourites is already back in Div 1 ready for the blue few. M Antonio that is.

Depending who drops from the Prem there may be some good signings but as NA and NC have shown team and club spirit knock spots of a bag full of signings.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I don't think Puncheon has particularly covered himself in glory since he was welcomed back into the fold, which is a real shame. From what I've seen he's looked like he's not really on the same page as the rest of the team (which is understandable to some extent) and he's not been good enough at keeping hold of the ball or finding team mates. Steve, on the other hand, has looked a real danger every time he's come on, although for some reason doesn't carry the same level of potency when he starts. I'm not sure what the solution is, to be honest. Maybe Valencia?[/p][/quote]I suspect Puncheon has been screwed up by his parasitic agent but wingers often flatter to deceive with few exceptions like Adam and some of the old guys like T Paine J Sydenham and even a chap called Tom Jenkins was pretty good way back then. One of last years favourites is already back in Div 1 ready for the blue few. M Antonio that is. Depending who drops from the Prem there may be some good signings but as NA and NC have shown team and club spirit knock spots of a bag full of signings. redsnapper
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3:46pm Wed 11 Apr 12

St Retford says...

I was joking about Valencia. Obviously we can't afford to sign a whole team from Spain!!!!!!!111111

I actually really like Steve. He's still got a bit to learn but his pace is Premier League. Him and Lee on the break together would be unstoppable.
I was joking about Valencia. Obviously we can't afford to sign a whole team from Spain!!!!!!!111111 I actually really like Steve. He's still got a bit to learn but his pace is Premier League. Him and Lee on the break together would be unstoppable. St Retford
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4:04pm Wed 11 Apr 12

BlandfordSaint says...

I would play Steve He likes Reading...........
I would play Steve He likes Reading........... BlandfordSaint
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4:21pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
You make a wonderful sales pitch, but what you fail to mention is the Farton timber is riddled and rotting with infested wood worms like Whiteslime. Nothing from there will ever last, I’ll pass on this one thanks.
All timbers will be treated for insects/worms and with Sainsbury's disinfectant which kills 99.9% of all known germs. The remaining 0.1% will be eliminated with a small bottle of Scandinavian Yakult probiotic drink (each bottle contains 6.5 billion 'good bacteria' which kill the bad guys).
Isn't Swanage pier after a few new
timbers? Wouldn't that be ironic? Timbers that have had skates swimming around them all these years finally getting to be used IN the sea. Quite poetic in a 'poetic justice' sort of way.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]You make a wonderful sales pitch, but what you fail to mention is the Farton timber is riddled and rotting with infested wood worms like Whiteslime. Nothing from there will ever last, I’ll pass on this one thanks.[/p][/quote]All timbers will be treated for insects/worms and with Sainsbury's disinfectant which kills 99.9% of all known germs. The remaining 0.1% will be eliminated with a small bottle of Scandinavian Yakult probiotic drink (each bottle contains 6.5 billion 'good bacteria' which kill the bad guys).[/p][/quote]Isn't Swanage pier after a few new timbers? Wouldn't that be ironic? Timbers that have had skates swimming around them all these years finally getting to be used IN the sea. Quite poetic in a 'poetic justice' sort of way. Strasbourg Saint
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4:36pm Wed 11 Apr 12

St Retford says...

I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'.

You can have that for free. Cheers.
I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'. You can have that for free. Cheers. St Retford
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4:37pm Wed 11 Apr 12

gordongull says...

Thanks to all the Saints fans who posted messages of encouragement on the Argus site leading up to yesterdays match. It was clear that more than vested interests were being expressed, - very much appreciated!
Didn't expect to beat Reading, but last night's performance left me more optimistic that we can get something at West Ham.
I left the game believing you can edge it on Friday. Reading were efficient in defence, but should be more severely tested by your strikeforce. Millwall gave us more of a scare up front.

If we beat West Ham, I expect a written admission from Red Army that we are a slightly ABOVE average Championship side. Gus is ambitious, and he's also in the right place.
You haven't seen the last of us!

Dan, - we were relying on you at Blackpool!
The new deal is West Ham for Boro'.

SaintKenny, - accurate assessment as usual.

Slugger, - I like your cosmopolitan approach.
Maybe we should explore the possibility of Brighton and Hove and Southampton becoming twin cities :)

UTA, COYR.
Thanks to all the Saints fans who posted messages of encouragement on the Argus site leading up to yesterdays match. It was clear that more than vested interests were being expressed, - very much appreciated! Didn't expect to beat Reading, but last night's performance left me more optimistic that we can get something at West Ham. I left the game believing you can edge it on Friday. Reading were efficient in defence, but should be more severely tested by your strikeforce. Millwall gave us more of a scare up front. If we beat West Ham, I expect a written admission from Red Army that we are a slightly ABOVE average Championship side. Gus is ambitious, and he's also in the right place. You haven't seen the last of us! Dan, - we were relying on you at Blackpool! The new deal is West Ham for Boro'. SaintKenny, - accurate assessment as usual. Slugger, - I like your cosmopolitan approach. Maybe we should explore the possibility of Brighton and Hove and Southampton becoming twin cities :) UTA, COYR. gordongull
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4:43pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell?
admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"
Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.
Better idea. There's an old bombed-out church in Old Poopey and, as we all probably know, down the end of Below Bar (corner of Bernard Street?) is another bombed-out church - Holy Rood, which has those little chiming quater jacks. Having compared the two, I have always thought that Holy Rood was way more classy than the Poopey equivalent.

So, once they pull the park down and Bell-end boy has no further purpose, maybe they can hoist him into the tower down in Old Poopey and, every 15 minutes, he can pop out, jangle himself dizzy for a couple of minutes, then disappear again.

In fact, if they could teach the dumb tw4t to count and tell the time, and if they fed him a few beans, on the hour, every hour, he could let rip with the appropriate number of 'sounds'.

Furthermore, if So'ton Civic Centre can play the Isaac Watts hymn Rock of Ages every 8am, noon and 4pm, maybe the Bell end could, three times a day, sing out for tourists an appropriate little ditty.

Not sure what would be most appropriate, but if it's a hymn, then something like 'Dear Lord and Father of mankind forgive our foolish ways' might work.

Any better suggestions?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell? admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"[/p][/quote]Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.[/p][/quote]Better idea. There's an old bombed-out church in Old Poopey and, as we all probably know, down the end of Below Bar (corner of Bernard Street?) is another bombed-out church - Holy Rood, which has those little chiming quater jacks. Having compared the two, I have always thought that Holy Rood was way more classy than the Poopey equivalent. So, once they pull the park down and Bell-end boy has no further purpose, maybe they can hoist him into the tower down in Old Poopey and, every 15 minutes, he can pop out, jangle himself dizzy for a couple of minutes, then disappear again. In fact, if they could teach the dumb tw4t to count and tell the time, and if they fed him a few beans, on the hour, every hour, he could let rip with the appropriate number of 'sounds'. Furthermore, if So'ton Civic Centre can play the Isaac Watts hymn Rock of Ages every 8am, noon and 4pm, maybe the Bell end could, three times a day, sing out for tourists an appropriate little ditty. Not sure what would be most appropriate, but if it's a hymn, then something like 'Dear Lord and Father of mankind forgive our foolish ways' might work. Any better suggestions? Strasbourg Saint
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4:49pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

gordongull wrote:
Thanks to all the Saints fans who posted messages of encouragement on the Argus site leading up to yesterdays match. It was clear that more than vested interests were being expressed, - very much appreciated!
Didn't expect to beat Reading, but last night's performance left me more optimistic that we can get something at West Ham.
I left the game believing you can edge it on Friday. Reading were efficient in defence, but should be more severely tested by your strikeforce. Millwall gave us more of a scare up front.

If we beat West Ham, I expect a written admission from Red Army that we are a slightly ABOVE average Championship side. Gus is ambitious, and he's also in the right place.
You haven't seen the last of us!

Dan, - we were relying on you at Blackpool!
The new deal is West Ham for Boro'.

SaintKenny, - accurate assessment as usual.

Slugger, - I like your cosmopolitan approach.
Maybe we should explore the possibility of Brighton and Hove and Southampton becoming twin cities :)

UTA, COYR.
Good luck for the run-in, Gordon. I think you'll find that, regardless of the obvious vested interests, many Saints fans would be pleased to see Reading grab second and Brighton win the play-off final.

Just as long as we finish top, of course.
[quote][p][bold]gordongull[/bold] wrote: Thanks to all the Saints fans who posted messages of encouragement on the Argus site leading up to yesterdays match. It was clear that more than vested interests were being expressed, - very much appreciated! Didn't expect to beat Reading, but last night's performance left me more optimistic that we can get something at West Ham. I left the game believing you can edge it on Friday. Reading were efficient in defence, but should be more severely tested by your strikeforce. Millwall gave us more of a scare up front. If we beat West Ham, I expect a written admission from Red Army that we are a slightly ABOVE average Championship side. Gus is ambitious, and he's also in the right place. You haven't seen the last of us! Dan, - we were relying on you at Blackpool! The new deal is West Ham for Boro'. SaintKenny, - accurate assessment as usual. Slugger, - I like your cosmopolitan approach. Maybe we should explore the possibility of Brighton and Hove and Southampton becoming twin cities :) UTA, COYR.[/p][/quote]Good luck for the run-in, Gordon. I think you'll find that, regardless of the obvious vested interests, many Saints fans would be pleased to see Reading grab second and Brighton win the play-off final. Just as long as we finish top, of course. Strasbourg Saint
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5:02pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'.

You can have that for free. Cheers.
Ha! When in Reading, I have sometimes popped into the library. Next time, I'll look to see if it's called Reading Reading Library.

Near Strasbourg is the little town of B!tch, begging the question often asked in the middle ages,
'which B!tch b!tch is a witch, if all of B!tch's b!tches which aren't witches look the same as the B!tch b!tch which is a witch?'

Of course, this question confused most locals whose grasp of English was (and probably still is) rather limited. I guess they should pop down Reading Reading Library and read a few books.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'. You can have that for free. Cheers.[/p][/quote]Ha! When in Reading, I have sometimes popped into the library. Next time, I'll look to see if it's called Reading Reading Library. Near Strasbourg is the little town of B!tch, begging the question often asked in the middle ages, 'which B!tch b!tch is a witch, if all of B!tch's b!tches which aren't witches look the same as the B!tch b!tch which is a witch?' Of course, this question confused most locals whose grasp of English was (and probably still is) rather limited. I guess they should pop down Reading Reading Library and read a few books. Strasbourg Saint
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5:33pm Wed 11 Apr 12

pjwilk says...

After last nights game with us Reading are now ready and due a defeat cannot see you not winning with your srike force.Be sure we will be trying to beat W.Ham but depends on which Brighton team turns up,but we really need to win.Could be your promotion is in the bag by Sat night and i for one and many Brighton fans would love to see a south coast team and not Reading or W.Ham win the championship and thats you Southampton.Being as we cant.
After last nights game with us Reading are now ready and due a defeat cannot see you not winning with your srike force.Be sure we will be trying to beat W.Ham but depends on which Brighton team turns up,but we really need to win.Could be your promotion is in the bag by Sat night and i for one and many Brighton fans would love to see a south coast team and not Reading or W.Ham win the championship and thats you Southampton.Being as we cant. pjwilk
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5:42pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Confucious says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'.

You can have that for free. Cheers.
Ha! When in Reading, I have sometimes popped into the library. Next time, I'll look to see if it's called Reading Reading Library.

Near Strasbourg is the little town of B!tch, begging the question often asked in the middle ages,
'which B!tch b!tch is a witch, if all of B!tch's b!tches which aren't witches look the same as the B!tch b!tch which is a witch?'

Of course, this question confused most locals whose grasp of English was (and probably still is) rather limited. I guess they should pop down Reading Reading Library and read a few books.
In Japan there's a place called Gofuku and in Turkey a place called Bigadic. Would be quite interesting to hear them cheering their respective teams on.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'. You can have that for free. Cheers.[/p][/quote]Ha! When in Reading, I have sometimes popped into the library. Next time, I'll look to see if it's called Reading Reading Library. Near Strasbourg is the little town of B!tch, begging the question often asked in the middle ages, 'which B!tch b!tch is a witch, if all of B!tch's b!tches which aren't witches look the same as the B!tch b!tch which is a witch?' Of course, this question confused most locals whose grasp of English was (and probably still is) rather limited. I guess they should pop down Reading Reading Library and read a few books.[/p][/quote]In Japan there's a place called Gofuku and in Turkey a place called Bigadic. Would be quite interesting to hear them cheering their respective teams on. Confucious
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5:57pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'.

You can have that for free. Cheers.
Ha! When in Reading, I have sometimes popped into the library. Next time, I'll look to see if it's called Reading Reading Library.

Near Strasbourg is the little town of B!tch, begging the question often asked in the middle ages,
'which B!tch b!tch is a witch, if all of B!tch's b!tches which aren't witches look the same as the B!tch b!tch which is a witch?'

Of course, this question confused most locals whose grasp of English was (and probably still is) rather limited. I guess they should pop down Reading Reading Library and read a few books.
In Japan there's a place called Gofuku and in Turkey a place called Bigadic. Would be quite interesting to hear them cheering their respective teams on.
In one season in France, the semi-final line up included the juicy grudge match between PSG and Olympic Marseilles. So, it was broadcasted on French National TV (TFR1). However, TFR1 bosses couldn't work out why most people had tuned in to the semi-final on the other side. Especially as it ended in a goaless draw .......

Nice 0-0 Brest!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I would like the Echo to produce some stats about the Berkshire club's attempts to feign injury. I don't know if they're particularly bad or not, but I would love it - LOVE IT - if they had the headline 'Reading, Writhing and Arithmetic'. You can have that for free. Cheers.[/p][/quote]Ha! When in Reading, I have sometimes popped into the library. Next time, I'll look to see if it's called Reading Reading Library. Near Strasbourg is the little town of B!tch, begging the question often asked in the middle ages, 'which B!tch b!tch is a witch, if all of B!tch's b!tches which aren't witches look the same as the B!tch b!tch which is a witch?' Of course, this question confused most locals whose grasp of English was (and probably still is) rather limited. I guess they should pop down Reading Reading Library and read a few books.[/p][/quote]In Japan there's a place called Gofuku and in Turkey a place called Bigadic. Would be quite interesting to hear them cheering their respective teams on.[/p][/quote]In one season in France, the semi-final line up included the juicy grudge match between PSG and Olympic Marseilles. So, it was broadcasted on French National TV (TFR1). However, TFR1 bosses couldn't work out why most people had tuned in to the semi-final on the other side. Especially as it ended in a goaless draw ....... Nice 0-0 Brest! Strasbourg Saint
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5:58pm Wed 11 Apr 12

slugger says...

cheers gordongull and pjwilk , we'll do ur best !
cheers gordongull and pjwilk , we'll do ur best ! slugger
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6:11pm Wed 11 Apr 12

wasp1 says...

KeefyH44 wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote: RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. 1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!! 2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading. The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain. If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at. FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !! advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday stay at home OR ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!! RED ARMY 2012. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER FIGHT AND WIN. UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO
You really are a nasty piece of work aren't you! Ever hear of winning graciously?
Shut up you humourlessoldfart
[quote][p][bold]KeefyH44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. 1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!! 2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading. The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain. If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at. FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !! advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday stay at home OR ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!! RED ARMY 2012. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER FIGHT AND WIN. UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO[/p][/quote]You really are a nasty piece of work aren't you! Ever hear of winning graciously?[/p][/quote]Shut up you humourlessoldfart wasp1
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6:31pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Saints champions, Reading promoted...Brighton snatching third spot via the play-offs. All of a sudden, I like the sound of that!!! COYR
Saints champions, Reading promoted...Brighton snatching third spot via the play-offs. All of a sudden, I like the sound of that!!! COYR Baddesley Bill
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6:41pm Wed 11 Apr 12

redsnapper says...

If you look at these 2 selections it is pretty clear who has more winners. So stop worrying, roll up on Friday and in the words of the lovely Delia

LETS BE HAVING YOU!!! 90 minutes of noise at least.

CAPS are GAME WINNERS!!!

McDermot
Federici, Cummings HARTE Gorks, Pearce McANuff Mullins KEBE Cwycka HUNT, Roberts

ADKINS
DAVIS, Butters FONTE Hoos FOX
CHAPLOW Hammond Cork LALLANA, SHARP LAMBERT
If you look at these 2 selections it is pretty clear who has more winners. So stop worrying, roll up on Friday and in the words of the lovely Delia LETS BE HAVING YOU!!! 90 minutes of noise at least. CAPS are GAME WINNERS!!! McDermot Federici, Cummings HARTE Gorks, Pearce McANuff Mullins KEBE Cwycka HUNT, Roberts ADKINS DAVIS, Butters FONTE Hoos FOX CHAPLOW Hammond Cork LALLANA, SHARP LAMBERT redsnapper
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7:08pm Wed 11 Apr 12

wasp1 says...

redsnapper wrote:
If you look at these 2 selections it is pretty clear who has more winners. So stop worrying, roll up on Friday and in the words of the lovely Delia LETS BE HAVING YOU!!! 90 minutes of noise at least. CAPS are GAME WINNERS!!! McDermot Federici, Cummings HARTE Gorks, Pearce McANuff Mullins KEBE Cwycka HUNT, Roberts ADKINS DAVIS, Butters FONTE Hoos FOX CHAPLOW Hammond Cork LALLANA, SHARP LAMBERT
I hope Steeeeeve gets at least a half , remember he scared them shiteless last time .
[quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: If you look at these 2 selections it is pretty clear who has more winners. So stop worrying, roll up on Friday and in the words of the lovely Delia LETS BE HAVING YOU!!! 90 minutes of noise at least. CAPS are GAME WINNERS!!! McDermot Federici, Cummings HARTE Gorks, Pearce McANuff Mullins KEBE Cwycka HUNT, Roberts ADKINS DAVIS, Butters FONTE Hoos FOX CHAPLOW Hammond Cork LALLANA, SHARP LAMBERT[/p][/quote]I hope Steeeeeve gets at least a half , remember he scared them shiteless last time . wasp1
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7:24pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Oldfan says...

This is a test Champions will want - to prove themselves agaist the toughest competiton.
This is a test Champions will want - to prove themselves agaist the toughest competiton. Oldfan
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7:54pm Wed 11 Apr 12

pjwilk says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Saints champions, Reading promoted...Brighton snatching third spot via the play-offs. All of a sudden, I like the sound of that!!! COYR
I really like the sound of that,lets do it.Then we can win at Old Trafford and Man.C and Tottenham zzzzzzz,am i dreaming.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Saints champions, Reading promoted...Brighton snatching third spot via the play-offs. All of a sudden, I like the sound of that!!! COYR[/p][/quote]I really like the sound of that,lets do it.Then we can win at Old Trafford and Man.C and Tottenham zzzzzzz,am i dreaming. pjwilk
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9:48pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Corkonian Saint says...

george chivers wrote:
Confucious wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell?
admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"
Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.
As an alternative to Adolf Hitler could you do a Harry Redknapp version who pops out and says 'I facked the scummers as well you know.'

You could then sell an air gun with the clock so Saints fans could try to shoot 'Arry every time he pops his head out.

This would increase the market place for you, increase the margin and drive the product upmarket.

Replaceable 'Arrys could be sold in boxes of 5.
Genius.. Put me down for two ' Arrys
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell? admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"[/p][/quote]Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.[/p][/quote]As an alternative to Adolf Hitler could you do a Harry Redknapp version who pops out and says 'I facked the scummers as well you know.' You could then sell an air gun with the clock so Saints fans could try to shoot 'Arry every time he pops his head out. This would increase the market place for you, increase the margin and drive the product upmarket. Replaceable 'Arrys could be sold in boxes of 5.[/p][/quote]Genius.. Put me down for two ' Arrys Corkonian Saint
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11:01pm Wed 11 Apr 12

Costa Baz says...

Corkonian Saint wrote:
george chivers wrote:
Confucious wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Confucious wrote:
I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design).

The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features...

On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock."

On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly.

When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call.

A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.
Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell?
admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"
Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.
As an alternative to Adolf Hitler could you do a Harry Redknapp version who pops out and says 'I facked the scummers as well you know.'

You could then sell an air gun with the clock so Saints fans could try to shoot 'Arry every time he pops his head out.

This would increase the market place for you, increase the margin and drive the product upmarket.

Replaceable 'Arrys could be sold in boxes of 5.
Genius.. Put me down for two ' Arrys
'Arry twitches so much, no one would ever hit him.
[quote][p][bold]Corkonian Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: I have put my order into the administrator for 3 tons of old Farton timbers - and the artisan has been commissioned to construct the 'Farton Memorial Clocks' (a wall hanging Farton frontage clock - a la the traditional Swiss chalet design). The artisan has devised two clever clockwork features... On the quarter hour a blue shirted skate gnome pops out of a Farton window saying 'tick' five times - but no 'tock'. Then out of an adjacent window a little Adolf Hitler lookalike taxman pops out and says: "Skate svinehunt, vee have veys of making you tock." On the hour, a blue shirted cuckoo pops out of the front door and f@rts very loudly. When they're ready for market, you on here will be given first call. A premium-priced tailor made clock can be produced to incorporate any bespoke features you may want (within technical reason). Let me know ASAP if you have any special requests.[/p][/quote]Can they do a really ugly tattooed gnome who comes out only at midnight and omitts a foul stench of fish and stale booze from his mouth whilst ringing a silly little bell? admittedly it would get a tad annoying but everytime he popped out you'd be able to laugh at him and say to the kids "Look it's that silly, smelly gnome with the obsolete name and silly tattoos of a club that used to be just down the road"[/p][/quote]Can do the gnome/bell but you'd have to get the bad smell elsewhere. Could try a specialist: eg Beefy Egg.com or Fannybatter.co.uk.[/p][/quote]As an alternative to Adolf Hitler could you do a Harry Redknapp version who pops out and says 'I facked the scummers as well you know.' You could then sell an air gun with the clock so Saints fans could try to shoot 'Arry every time he pops his head out. This would increase the market place for you, increase the margin and drive the product upmarket. Replaceable 'Arrys could be sold in boxes of 5.[/p][/quote]Genius.. Put me down for two ' Arrys[/p][/quote]'Arry twitches so much, no one would ever hit him. Costa Baz
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2:57am Thu 12 Apr 12

dickemery says...

two weeks ago l would say Reading to win but they got well kicked off the park by dirty Leeds loss key players from injury so a draw looks likely remember we were well outplayed at mad stadium o,yea o,yea
two weeks ago l would say Reading to win but they got well kicked off the park by dirty Leeds loss key players from injury so a draw looks likely remember we were well outplayed at mad stadium o,yea o,yea dickemery
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7:14am Thu 12 Apr 12

RedArmy1 says...

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN AND WILL GET THE WIN.

Yeah ... we know they are a threat but so are we - with the Crowd driving SAINTS on and on and over the finishing line Home and Away to WIN-WIN-WIN.

Always wary of the counter and ready to cover and tackle the reading runner - WE CAN THIS BEAT THIS ****

It is not just the wings that will cause a problem but if we win the Midfield and dominate and restrict the Reading Chances then the 3 Points are there for the taking.

There are lots of Flags now available in the Saints Shop (which are ideal for the Home Games) ... and priced reasonably.

We will be out in the Pubs Friday

1) Chapel Arms
2) Joshua tree
3) Waterfront
4) Prince of Wales
5) King Alfred
6) Banana Wharf (Ocean Village)
7) Station
8) Royal Oak
9) Mavericks
10) The Northam Club

AND WE AIM FOR A SUCCESSFUL FRIDAY EVENING WITH A BRACE OF GOALS AND KEEPING A CLEAN SHEET.

SOUTHAMPTON 2 reading 0

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.
COYR.
THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN AND WILL GET THE WIN. Yeah ... we know they are a threat but so are we - with the Crowd driving SAINTS on and on and over the finishing line Home and Away to WIN-WIN-WIN. Always wary of the counter and ready to cover and tackle the reading runner - WE CAN THIS BEAT THIS **** It is not just the wings that will cause a problem but if we win the Midfield and dominate and restrict the Reading Chances then the 3 Points are there for the taking. There are lots of Flags now available in the Saints Shop (which are ideal for the Home Games) ... and priced reasonably. We will be out in the Pubs Friday 1) Chapel Arms 2) Joshua tree 3) Waterfront 4) Prince of Wales 5) King Alfred 6) Banana Wharf (Ocean Village) 7) Station 8) Royal Oak 9) Mavericks 10) The Northam Club AND WE AIM FOR A SUCCESSFUL FRIDAY EVENING WITH A BRACE OF GOALS AND KEEPING A CLEAN SHEET. SOUTHAMPTON 2 reading 0 WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. COYR. RedArmy1
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7:26am Thu 12 Apr 12

RedArmy1 says...

SAINTS FANS lost their voices during the palace game .. but they are recovering and be all ready to create noise and support for Friday.

3 GAMES TO GO - WE ARE ALMOST THERE !!!

RED ARMY. WE FIGHT TO BE PROMOTED CHAMPIONS !!!

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY
SAINTS FANS lost their voices during the palace game .. but they are recovering and be all ready to create noise and support for Friday. 3 GAMES TO GO - WE ARE ALMOST THERE !!! RED ARMY. WE FIGHT TO BE PROMOTED CHAMPIONS !!! RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY RedArmy1
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8:17am Thu 12 Apr 12

puppy saint says...

dickemery wrote:
two weeks ago l would say Reading to win but they got well kicked off the park by dirty Leeds loss key players from injury so a draw looks likely remember we were well outplayed at mad stadium o,yea o,yea
At least have the courage of your convictions. Pretending to be something else on an anonymous forum just shows a complete lack of character. Seriously?
[quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: two weeks ago l would say Reading to win but they got well kicked off the park by dirty Leeds loss key players from injury so a draw looks likely remember we were well outplayed at mad stadium o,yea o,yea[/p][/quote]At least have the courage of your convictions. Pretending to be something else on an anonymous forum just shows a complete lack of character. Seriously? puppy saint
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9:37am Thu 12 Apr 12

Folkestone Saint says...

dickemery wrote:
two weeks ago l would say Reading to win but they got well kicked off the park by dirty Leeds loss key players from injury so a draw looks likely remember we were well outplayed at mad stadium o,yea o,yea
Was that because we only had 10 men and still scored an equaliser and they/you got all the decisions.
As I said earlier remove emery from your login
[quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: two weeks ago l would say Reading to win but they got well kicked off the park by dirty Leeds loss key players from injury so a draw looks likely remember we were well outplayed at mad stadium o,yea o,yea[/p][/quote]Was that because we only had 10 men and still scored an equaliser and they/you got all the decisions. As I said earlier remove emery from your login Folkestone Saint
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12:14pm Thu 12 Apr 12

Beer Monster says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Saints champions, Reading promoted...Brighton snatching third spot via the play-offs. All of a sudden, I like the sound of that!!! COYR
Exactly what I've been wanting all along - the decent sides of the south united against the supremacy of northern and London clubs in the top flight.

Anyone noticed that there's a town called "Pompey" in France, and it's just down the road from Nancy - how appropriate!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Saints champions, Reading promoted...Brighton snatching third spot via the play-offs. All of a sudden, I like the sound of that!!! COYR[/p][/quote]Exactly what I've been wanting all along - the decent sides of the south united against the supremacy of northern and London clubs in the top flight. Anyone noticed that there's a town called "Pompey" in France, and it's just down the road from Nancy - how appropriate! Beer Monster
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12:16pm Thu 12 Apr 12

dickemery says...

discussion puppet saint oh you are awful
discussion puppet saint oh you are awful dickemery
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2:25pm Thu 12 Apr 12

lowe esteem says...

lowe esteem wrote:
worried of n e hampshire wrote:
how come it has not sold out?
Because not everyone has got their tickets yet, that's all.
Family meal with a sexist anyone?
Like i said...SOLD OUT!
StMalcolm treating the family?
Or Red and (Whiteline) crossing over...?
[quote][p][bold]lowe esteem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]worried of n e hampshire[/bold] wrote: how come it has not sold out?[/p][/quote]Because not everyone has got their tickets yet, that's all. Family meal with a sexist anyone?[/p][/quote]Like i said...SOLD OUT! StMalcolm treating the family? Or Red and (Whiteline) crossing over...? lowe esteem
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2:41pm Thu 12 Apr 12

lowe esteem says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN AND WILL GET THE WIN.

Yeah ... we know they are a threat but so are we - with the Crowd driving SAINTS on and on and over the finishing line Home and Away to WIN-WIN-WIN.

Always wary of the counter and ready to cover and tackle the reading runner - WE CAN THIS BEAT THIS ****

It is not just the wings that will cause a problem but if we win the Midfield and dominate and restrict the Reading Chances then the 3 Points are there for the taking.

There are lots of Flags now available in the Saints Shop (which are ideal for the Home Games) ... and priced reasonably.

We will be out in the Pubs Friday

1) Chapel Arms
2) Joshua tree
3) Waterfront
4) Prince of Wales
5) King Alfred
6) Banana Wharf (Ocean Village)
7) Station
8) Royal Oak
9) Mavericks
10) The Northam Club

AND WE AIM FOR A SUCCESSFUL FRIDAY EVENING WITH A BRACE OF GOALS AND KEEPING A CLEAN SHEET.

SOUTHAMPTON 2 reading 0

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.
COYR.
...AND FOR THE NON-LAGER DRINKERS RED ARMY?
(sorry for shouting just trying to get myself heard)
1) South Western Arms
2) The Dolphin
3) The Guide Dog
4) The Bridge (nr Cobden)
PLUS Awaiting comeback from injury soon to give you the best celebratory pub crawl in that part of town:
5) The Junction
PLUS Highly recommended:
6) The Obelisk
7) The Grapes
8) The Alex
9) The Titanic
10) The Platform Tavern
11) The Juniper Berry
If you can't get to an away game Saint, (tickets sell fast) turn up to this one like you're at one, Nigel and the boys like to know that you're there and that victory is INEVITABLE if you convey this to the pitch properly. WASWTOTL!
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON CAN AND WILL GET THE WIN. Yeah ... we know they are a threat but so are we - with the Crowd driving SAINTS on and on and over the finishing line Home and Away to WIN-WIN-WIN. Always wary of the counter and ready to cover and tackle the reading runner - WE CAN THIS BEAT THIS **** It is not just the wings that will cause a problem but if we win the Midfield and dominate and restrict the Reading Chances then the 3 Points are there for the taking. There are lots of Flags now available in the Saints Shop (which are ideal for the Home Games) ... and priced reasonably. We will be out in the Pubs Friday 1) Chapel Arms 2) Joshua tree 3) Waterfront 4) Prince of Wales 5) King Alfred 6) Banana Wharf (Ocean Village) 7) Station 8) Royal Oak 9) Mavericks 10) The Northam Club AND WE AIM FOR A SUCCESSFUL FRIDAY EVENING WITH A BRACE OF GOALS AND KEEPING A CLEAN SHEET. SOUTHAMPTON 2 reading 0 WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. COYR.[/p][/quote]...AND FOR THE NON-LAGER DRINKERS RED ARMY? (sorry for shouting just trying to get myself heard) 1) South Western Arms 2) The Dolphin 3) The Guide Dog 4) The Bridge (nr Cobden) PLUS Awaiting comeback from injury soon to give you the best celebratory pub crawl in that part of town: 5) The Junction PLUS Highly recommended: 6) The Obelisk 7) The Grapes 8) The Alex 9) The Titanic 10) The Platform Tavern 11) The Juniper Berry If you can't get to an away game Saint, (tickets sell fast) turn up to this one like you're at one, Nigel and the boys like to know that you're there and that victory is INEVITABLE if you convey this to the pitch properly. WASWTOTL! lowe esteem
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3:52am Fri 13 Apr 12

dickemery says...

the red army seem more like prawn cocktail brigade got no vocal supporters except when lambert scores other than that boring boring nothing to cheer for if it wasnt for him you still be in league 1 or is it 2 ?
the red army seem more like prawn cocktail brigade got no vocal supporters except when lambert scores other than that boring boring nothing to cheer for if it wasnt for him you still be in league 1 or is it 2 ? dickemery
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4:31am Fri 13 Apr 12

RedArmy1 says...

dickemery wrote:
the red army seem more like prawn cocktail brigade got no vocal supporters except when lambert scores other than that boring boring nothing to cheer for if it wasnt for him you still be in league 1 or is it 2 ?
:O) - LOL dickemery = WUM

RED ARMY IS A LARGE ORGANISATION AND SOUTHAMPTON FC WELCOMES THE FAMILY WHICH IS PART OF IT'S SUCCESS STORY.

Try logging onto You Tube for Crystal Palace vs Southampton to hear good vocal support from ....

THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.

RED ARMY 2012. FIGHT AND WIN.

WE ARE GOING UP (say)
WE ARE GOING UP.
[quote][p][bold]dickemery[/bold] wrote: the red army seem more like prawn cocktail brigade got no vocal supporters except when lambert scores other than that boring boring nothing to cheer for if it wasnt for him you still be in league 1 or is it 2 ?[/p][/quote]:O) - LOL dickemery = WUM RED ARMY IS A LARGE ORGANISATION AND SOUTHAMPTON FC WELCOMES THE FAMILY WHICH IS PART OF IT'S SUCCESS STORY. Try logging onto You Tube for Crystal Palace vs Southampton to hear good vocal support from .... THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. RED ARMY 2012. FIGHT AND WIN. WE ARE GOING UP (say) WE ARE GOING UP. RedArmy1
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