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  • Manchester United beat Saints 3-2 with added-time winner.
  • Robin van Persie scores a hat-trick.
  • Saints had twice led, through Lambert and Schneiderlin.
  • Kelvin Davis saved a Van Persie penalty.

5:54pm

FULL-TIME: Saints 2 Manchester United 3.

5:53pm

GOAL: Saints 2 Manchester United 3 (Van Persie 90+2): Nani's corner picks out Van Persie at the near post and he flicks a brilliant header past Kelvin Davis. That's harsh on Saints, who have been excellent today. Classic United, though, turning the game on its head late on.

5:49pm

GOAL: Saints 2 Manchester United 2 (Van Persie 87): Rafael's cross from the right picks out an unmarked Ferdinand. His downward header hits the post, but falls kindly to Van Persie inside the six-yard box and he puts the chance away.

5:41pm

Nigel Adkins makes his final substitution, withdrawing Lallana for Jay Rodriguez in the 79th minute.

5:37pm

Emmanuel Mayuka, who signed from BSC Young Boys earlier in the week, is on for his Saints debut, replacing Puncheon in the 74th minute. Guly do Prado is also on in place of Lambert.

5:31pm

PENALTY SAVE: Kelvin Davis gifts the ball to Nani with a misplaced pass. He works it to Van Persie, who is fouled in the area by Hooiveld. A clear penalty, but Davis redeems himself as he tips Van Persie's chipped penalty away.

5:25pm

A double substitution for United in the 61st minute. Cleverley and Kagawa come off to be replaced by Scholes and Nani. The changes nearly had an instant impact, as Scholes immediately played in Van Persie with a sublime ball, but Davis did well to save the striker's angled shot.

5:20pm

Puncheon nearly extended the lead for Saints in the 58th minute, tricking his way past Evra in the box , but Lindegaard kept out his shot at the near post.

5:18pm

GOAL: Saints 2 Manchester United 1 (Schneiderlin 55): St Mary's goes wild. This time it's a slip in the United defence that leads to a goal. Evra loses his footing, allowing Schneiderlin to race in and plant a brilliant header past Lindegaard from Lambert's cross.

5:11pm

No changes from either manager at the break. Kagawa goes close to nudging United ahead in the 49th minute, but plants his left-foot shot from the edge of the area just wide, following nice interplay between himself and Van Persie.

4:48pm

HALF-TIME: Saints 1 Manchester United 1.

4:45pm

Valencia picks out Evra at the far post, as Clyne slips again, but Kelvin Davis is on hand to push away the left-back's downward header in the 40th minute. Ward-Prowse and Lallana both saw earlier shots drift wide, as Saints continue to show they pose a threat.

4:34pm

Fantastic game so far. Rickie Lambert hit a stinging half-volley wide moments after Van Persie's equaliser, while the Dutchman curled a shot over the bar from the edge of the area at the other end in the 27th minute. The ex-Arsenal frontman had another opportunity two minutes later, with a free-kick just outside the area, following Fonte's trip on Welbeck, but he floated his effort wide.

4:28pm

GOAL: Saints 1 Manchester United 1 (Van Persie 23): Clyne slips as he tries to cut out Valencia's cross to the back post from the right wing, allowing Van Persie to chest the ball down and emphatically power it past Kelvin Davis.

4:22pm

GOAL: Saints 1 Manchester United 0 (Lambert 16): Schneiderlin pounces on the ball in midfield, plays it into Steven Davis, who in turn knocks it wide to Puncheon. He floats a lovely cross in towards the back post, where Lambert outjumps Rafael to head past Lindegaard.

4:12pm

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Manchester United have pinned Saints back in their own half in the early stages. Robin van Persie has come closest to scoring so far, chesting down Michael Carrick's deep pass in the sixth minute before hitting a first-time volley wide of the far post.

4:01pm

The teams are out on the pitch at St Mary's. Kick-off now just moments away.

3:50pm

New signing Gaston Ramirez has been paraded on the pitch to a great reception from the home fans. We should see him in action for the first time in a Saints shirt at Arsenal in just under two weeks' time.

3:26pm

Two changes for Saints from the side that lost 2-0 to Wigan last weekend at St Mary's. Guly do Prado and Jay Rodriguez drop to the bench, with teenager James Ward-Prowse and Jason Puncheon recalled to the starting line-up. That looks like being a midfield three of Schneiderlin, Ward-Prowse and Davis, with Puncheon and Lallana providing wide support to Lambert. Zambia striker Emmanuel Mayuka gets a place on the bench.

For United, the big news is that Rio Ferdinand makes a surprise return to the team, having recovered from a groin injury. Goalkeeper David de Gea is dropped in favour of Anders Lindegaard. Ashley Young is out injured, meaning Danny Welbeck is handed a start.

3:18pm

LINE-UPS:

Saints: K Davis, Clyne, Fonte, Hooiveld, Fox, Ward-Prowse, Schneiderlin, S Davis, Puncheon, Lambert, Lallana.
Subs: Gazzaniga, Seaborne, Richardson, Rodriguez, Lee, Guly, Mayuka.

Manchester United: Lindegaard, Rafael, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra, Carrick, Cleverley, Valencia, Kagawa, Welbeck, Van Persie.
Subs: De Gea, Evans, Giggs, Chicharito, Nani, Scholes, Powell.

Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)

2:55pm

Nigel Adkins gives his views on the reign of Sir Alex Ferguson, who today takes charge of his 1,000th league game as Manchester United manager:


"I think it is going to be a one-off when you look at it realistically. Demands are placed in the modern game now for someone to stay at a football club for so long. But if you look at the success they have had and the stability it has provided – the successful clubs probably have a consistent basis so maybe it is possible and that is the way to go. I had a good conversation with him a few years ago and I asked him about the longevity of management and it was “move with the times” and if you surround yourself with younger people you probably act a bit younger as well. I think he is a great example of how to do things. Obviously, at the time you think it is a long way away and very unrealistic I suppose for a Premier League club to go and bring a young manager in. So the only way you are going to get there is to get a club promoted and we are delighted we have been able to do that at Southampton. "

2:49pm

Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck on what he is expecting from Saints:


"I have watched both their games so far. They have played some really good football and have a few players to watch out for. Adam Lallana in particular is excellent. But the most important thing is to concentrate on our own team and make sure we play the right way."

2:47pm

Adam Lallana on how Saints plan to attack Manchester United today:


"You look around the pitch and they have got strength in every area, obviously Rooney was injured but Van Persie comes in. The experience they have got – Scholes, Giggs and Ferdinand, the list is endless really. I think if we concentrate on what we are good at, we are at home I think we have got a chance of getting a result. I think Everton proved the other week that if you come out of the traps and press them and get the fans behind you then you can create chances and go on to win games. I think we will play our own game…create chances and get crosses in the box and we have a good chance."

2:34pm

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is backing Robin van Persie to get on the scoresheet in his absence:

2:14pm

EARLY TEAM NEWS: Manchester United’s main absentee this afternoon will be Wayne Rooney, after he sustained a nasty cut to his leg during last week’s game with Fulham. Ashley Young is also injured and set to miss out. There is better news at the back for Sir Alex Ferguson, though, with Jonny Evans fit to partner Nemanja Vidic in the centre of defence, meaning Michael Carrick can return to his normal midfield role. Phil Jones and Rio Ferdinand are both back in training, but are unlikely to be risked.

2:11pm

EARLY TEAM NEWS: Southampton will be without club record signing Gaston Ramirez, who did not complete his £12m move from Bologna in time to be eligible for this afternoon’s match. He should be unveiled to supporters before kick-off, though. Saints have also said that new centre half Maya Yoshida will not link up with the squad until after next week’s international break. However, Zambia striker Emmanuel Mayuka could make his debut, after joining from Swiss outfit BSC Young Boys earlier in the week. Midfielder Jack Cork is still likely to be out with an ankle injury.

2:00pm

Good afternoon everyone and welcome along to the Daily Echo’s blog covering today’s meeting between Saints and Manchester United, at St Mary’s (kick-off 4pm).  Nigel Adkins’ team are still searching for their first point of the Premier League campaign, and it will be some achievement if they can get off the mark today, with Sir Alex Ferguson’s men coming to town. However, there is hope for Saints, as United haven’t experienced the best of starts either, losing 1-0 at Everton in their opening game before scraping past Fulham 3-2 at Old Trafford last week. These contests are normally entertaining, and Saints have some fond memories to call on, notably the 6-3 victory at the Dell in October 1996, as well as the 3-1 win the season beforehand, when United wore (at least for some of the match) their infamous grey shirts. But United have been successful on their last four visits to St Mary’s, and will be desperate to give Ferguson a result to remember in his 1,000th league game in charge of the club. We will have the teams and updates for you throughout the afternoon.

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2:27pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Saint Deano says...

Come on Saints! Really hope United are planning on wearing grey shirts today :P
Come on Saints! Really hope United are planning on wearing grey shirts today :P Saint Deano
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2:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pushamara says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
How did you get on against Oldham in league 1 again?
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]How did you get on against Oldham in league 1 again? pushamara
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2:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Scarborosaint says...

Come on you saints, remember Bobby Stokes, Egil Ostenstad and those grey shirts, worse excuse ever by Alex ferguson , up there with keegans love it rant and wengers I never saw it interviews !!
Am 300 miles away but come on you red and White army let's hear yer
Come on you saints, remember Bobby Stokes, Egil Ostenstad and those grey shirts, worse excuse ever by Alex ferguson , up there with keegans love it rant and wengers I never saw it interviews !! Am 300 miles away but come on you red and White army let's hear yer Scarborosaint
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2:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Saint Deano says...

haha our supporters maybe as you say 'crap' but at least we have supporters!!!

Do you know if Fratton Park has fallen down yet?
haha our supporters maybe as you say 'crap' but at least we have supporters!!! Do you know if Fratton Park has fallen down yet? Saint Deano
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2:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Pogle says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
Sad tw@t, must have been waiting for the off button to be pushed to get on here before a Saints fan. As usual full of invective (sorry phylis realise you will not know the meaning of the word) & Hatred FO&D phylis!!!!
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]Sad tw@t, must have been waiting for the off button to be pushed to get on here before a Saints fan. As usual full of invective (sorry phylis realise you will not know the meaning of the word) & Hatred FO&D phylis!!!! Pogle
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2:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
welcome back pompey pill half full at your rabbit hutch yesterday and 7000 were oldham fans
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]welcome back pompey pill half full at your rabbit hutch yesterday and 7000 were oldham fans up saints
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2:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Costa Baz says...

Hello Phil, glad you could make it.
So will the guy who got sent off yesterday be paid for the rest of his 4 week contract, or is he that rare footballer at Poopey that is on a "proper" contract?

Should Utd win it is better to lose at home against one of the best teams in Europe than to Oldham, don't you think?

Oops sorry, forgot you can't think.
Hello Phil, glad you could make it. So will the guy who got sent off yesterday be paid for the rest of his 4 week contract, or is he that rare footballer at Poopey that is on a "proper" contract? Should Utd win it is better to lose at home against one of the best teams in Europe than to Oldham, don't you think? Oops sorry, forgot you can't think. Costa Baz
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2:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

costa gaz says...

Sold out today Phil, bookies have utd as favs, but you never know.
Our club, our team and our supporters are not really carp are they? in comparison to other local clubs.
Enjoy the game today and don't forget your medication.
Sold out today Phil, bookies have utd as favs, but you never know. Our club, our team and our supporters are not really carp are they? in comparison to other local clubs. Enjoy the game today and don't forget your medication. costa gaz
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2:33pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pushamara says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
oh, and I have just notice your 12,000 attendance. Well done on "packing the park"
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]oh, and I have just notice your 12,000 attendance. Well done on "packing the park" pushamara
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2:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

costa gaz says...

Very disturbing story in today's daily star.
Headline; Saint harry Rednapp!!!!!

Luckily only the daily star has run with this story.
Very disturbing story in today's daily star. Headline; Saint harry Rednapp!!!!! Luckily only the daily star has run with this story. costa gaz
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2:39pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Little Hitler says...

**** me does he sound bitter. Guess it's not nice seeing what you had being enjoyed by your next door neighbour from your own cow shed.
**** me does he sound bitter. Guess it's not nice seeing what you had being enjoyed by your next door neighbour from your own cow shed. Little Hitler
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2:43pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintkenny says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
32.ooo today sold out .with a mnus 10 point deduction in league one we still got 24.000 how many at shatton park yesterday12.000 ,what pathetic fans .who are really crap.oldham oldham oldham
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]32.ooo today sold out .with a mnus 10 point deduction in league one we still got 24.000 how many at shatton park yesterday12.000 ,what pathetic fans .who are really crap.oldham oldham oldham saintkenny
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2:44pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SaintMark says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
Bet you were bullied at school "fat boy" ;)
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]Bet you were bullied at school "fat boy" ;) SaintMark
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2:51pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child says...

pushamara wrote:
pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
oh, and I have just notice your 12,000 attendance. Well done on "packing the park"
Q. How many fans does it take Pompey Phil a cow shed?

A. Well, they keep trying but haven't found out yet.

Does us a favour syphilis, go and visit Dignitas and take the other 19 skunts with you. Leave the dog behind. We might be able to retrain him.
[quote][p][bold]pushamara[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]oh, and I have just notice your 12,000 attendance. Well done on "packing the park"[/p][/quote]Q. How many fans does it take Pompey [to] Phil a cow shed? A. Well, they keep trying but haven't found out yet. Does us a favour syphilis, go and visit Dignitas and take the other 19 skunts with you. Leave the dog behind. We might be able to retrain him. Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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2:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child says...

pushamara wrote:
pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
oh, and I have just notice your 12,000 attendance. Well done on "packing the park"
Q. How many fans does it take Pompey Phil a cow shed?

A. Well, they keep trying but haven't found out yet.

Does us a favour syphilis, go and visit Dignitas and take the other 19 skunts with you. Leave the dog behind. We might be able to retrain him.
[quote][p][bold]pushamara[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]oh, and I have just notice your 12,000 attendance. Well done on "packing the park"[/p][/quote]Q. How many fans does it take Pompey [to] Phil a cow shed? A. Well, they keep trying but haven't found out yet. Does us a favour syphilis, go and visit Dignitas and take the other 19 skunts with you. Leave the dog behind. We might be able to retrain him. Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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2:54pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Northern_Saint says...

Best of luck to all of you who's lucky enough to be seated at SM's tonight! I'll be watching on the telly, biting my nails.
Best of luck to all of you who's lucky enough to be seated at SM's tonight! I'll be watching on the telly, biting my nails. Northern_Saint
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3:03pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Sold out you lot say , but you forget its only sold out because of all the utd fans coming down, there are not 32,500 scummers on the planet, lets see how many empty seats at kick off and then at the 75th minute when you all go home crying, then come back on here calling for adkins diets head and for cortese to sell up, and then the rest can stay and boo the team off the pitch as you always do, i suspect the other seats that were sold are all utd fans who live in your shithole of a city Come one UTD!!!!!
Sold out you lot say , but you forget its only sold out because of all the utd fans coming down, there are not 32,500 scummers on the planet, lets see how many empty seats at kick off and then at the 75th minute when you all go home crying, then come back on here calling for adkins diets head and for cortese to sell up, and then the rest can stay and boo the team off the pitch as you always do, i suspect the other seats that were sold are all utd fans who live in your shithole of a city Come one UTD!!!!! pompey phil
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3:11pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

anyone fell sad for pompey pill
anyone fell sad for pompey pill up saints
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3:12pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Rammy Saint says...

Oh dear Phil. You really are a Silly Billy!
Oh dear Phil. You really are a Silly Billy! Rammy Saint
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3:15pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Rammy Saint wrote:
Oh dear Phil. You really are a Silly Billy!
No silly billy came to his senses and left your **** club
[quote][p][bold]Rammy Saint[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Phil. You really are a Silly Billy![/p][/quote]No silly billy came to his senses and left your **** club pompey phil
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3:17pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SaintMark says...

@officialsaints: Saints team vs Man Utd: K. Davis, Clyne, Fonte, Hooiveld, Fox, Ward-Prowse, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Puncheon, Lallana (c), Lambert #saintsfc
@officialsaints: Saints team vs Man Utd: K. Davis, Clyne, Fonte, Hooiveld, Fox, Ward-Prowse, Schneiderlin, S. Davis, Puncheon, Lallana (c), Lambert #saintsfc SaintMark
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3:18pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Have you seen your team for today? You will get smashed you are playing the team that started 90% of your games last year, fat boy lambert and squinie lallana up front, utd will have an easy time in defence today, UTD UTD UTD
Have you seen your team for today? You will get smashed you are playing the team that started 90% of your games last year, fat boy lambert and squinie lallana up front, utd will have an easy time in defence today, UTD UTD UTD pompey phil
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3:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SaintMark says...

@officialsaints: Saints substitutes vs Man Utd: Gazzaniga (GK), Rodriguez, Lee, Guly, Richardson, Mayuka, Seaborne #saintsfc
@officialsaints: Saints substitutes vs Man Utd: Gazzaniga (GK), Rodriguez, Lee, Guly, Richardson, Mayuka, Seaborne #saintsfc SaintMark
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3:22pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintkenny says...

pompey phil wrote:
Sold out you lot say , but you forget its only sold out because of all the utd fans coming down, there are not 32,500 scummers on the planet, lets see how many empty seats at kick off and then at the 75th minute when you all go home crying, then come back on here calling for adkins diets head and for cortese to sell up, and then the rest can stay and boo the team off the pitch as you always do, i suspect the other seats that were sold are all utd fans who live in your shithole of a city Come one UTD!!!!!
your a idiot ,skateland is the shitole crap stadium no training ground in the dump excuse of a ciy,walsall in league one came with 400 .yet we had 32.000 in the stauim .on average we get 12000 more than pompey every home game .and 9 times 12000 is 228000 fans a season .that is why we can compete .and you cant,yu had to try and cheat.just about sum up your shables of a club .but no one tht end of the m27 could work that out uneducated thick lot.stid coyrs
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Sold out you lot say , but you forget its only sold out because of all the utd fans coming down, there are not 32,500 scummers on the planet, lets see how many empty seats at kick off and then at the 75th minute when you all go home crying, then come back on here calling for adkins diets head and for cortese to sell up, and then the rest can stay and boo the team off the pitch as you always do, i suspect the other seats that were sold are all utd fans who live in your shithole of a city Come one UTD!!!!![/p][/quote]your a idiot ,skateland is the shitole crap stadium no training ground in the dump excuse of a ciy,walsall in league one came with 400 .yet we had 32.000 in the stauim .on average we get 12000 more than pompey every home game .and 9 times 12000 is 228000 fans a season .that is why we can compete .and you cant,yu had to try and cheat.just about sum up your shables of a club .but no one tht end of the m27 could work that out uneducated thick lot.stid coyrs saintkenny
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3:26pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Kings Lynn Saint says...

up saints wrote:
anyone fell sad for pompey pill
No
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: anyone fell sad for pompey pill[/p][/quote]No Kings Lynn Saint
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3:27pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Kings Lynn Saint says...

pompey phil wrote:
Have you seen your team for today? You will get smashed you are playing the team that started 90% of your games last year, fat boy lambert and squinie lallana up front, utd will have an easy time in defence today, UTD UTD UTD
squinie?????
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Have you seen your team for today? You will get smashed you are playing the team that started 90% of your games last year, fat boy lambert and squinie lallana up front, utd will have an easy time in defence today, UTD UTD UTD[/p][/quote]squinie????? Kings Lynn Saint
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3:28pm Sun 2 Sep 12

frenchvic says...

Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match.
Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match. frenchvic
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3:31pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

pompey phil wrote:
Sold out you lot say , but you forget its only sold out because of all the utd fans coming down, there are not 32,500 scummers on the planet, lets see how many empty seats at kick off and then at the 75th minute when you all go home crying, then come back on here calling for adkins diets head and for cortese to sell up, and then the rest can stay and boo the team off the pitch as you always do, i suspect the other seats that were sold are all utd fans who live in your shithole of a city Come one UTD!!!!!
44,000 scummers at Wembley for a tin cup two years ago Phillip! That would be the tin cup you'll be playing for this season. I'll take a draw today, Manchester clubs are hard to beat, well you'd know, you lost at home to one yesterday. Groundless abuse, that's all your sh*thole club has left you with isn't? When your club does have one final spasm and dies, don't be a stranger, I love your mindless rant, hysterical.
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Sold out you lot say , but you forget its only sold out because of all the utd fans coming down, there are not 32,500 scummers on the planet, lets see how many empty seats at kick off and then at the 75th minute when you all go home crying, then come back on here calling for adkins diets head and for cortese to sell up, and then the rest can stay and boo the team off the pitch as you always do, i suspect the other seats that were sold are all utd fans who live in your shithole of a city Come one UTD!!!!![/p][/quote]44,000 scummers at Wembley for a tin cup two years ago Phillip! That would be the tin cup you'll be playing for this season. I'll take a draw today, Manchester clubs are hard to beat, well you'd know, you lost at home to one yesterday. Groundless abuse, that's all your sh*thole club has left you with isn't? When your club does have one final spasm and dies, don't be a stranger, I love your mindless rant, hysterical. WobblyCat
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3:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child says...

Silly Philly (or is that Psychotic Phil) really lives in an imaginary world. I think he needs to take an antipyschotic pill or two and quick. Mind you, it is possible that he has already had a lobotomy so I am not sure they would work.
Silly Philly (or is that Psychotic Phil) really lives in an imaginary world. I think he needs to take an antipyschotic pill or two and quick. Mind you, it is possible that he has already had a lobotomy so I am not sure they would work. Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
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3:33pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

frenchvic wrote:
Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match.
first row is good or sportlemon or like me going down the pub
[quote][p][bold]frenchvic[/bold] wrote: Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match.[/p][/quote]first row is good or sportlemon or like me going down the pub up saints
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3:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

wild rupert says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
Well done Phil,you got the reaction you wanted ,us giving you stick instead of talking about our premiership team.I enjoy banter but your so envious you've become as deluded as the Portsmouth Trust.Weve always been a bigger better club and you hate that.Our attendance was bigger than yours when we were L1 and you were briefly top flight.So fcuk off and stop coming on here spouting crap
.
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]Well done Phil,you got the reaction you wanted ,us giving you stick instead of talking about our premiership team.I enjoy banter but your so envious you've become as deluded as the Portsmouth Trust.Weve always been a bigger better club and you hate that.Our attendance was bigger than yours when we were L1 and you were briefly top flight.So fcuk off and stop coming on here spouting crap . wild rupert
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3:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Michael appleton approaced trevor birch and said can we afford rickie lambert trevor birch said yes no problem with his wages but the only problem is we cant afford all the meat pies and cookies he requires to stay fat utd utd utd
Michael appleton approaced trevor birch and said can we afford rickie lambert trevor birch said yes no problem with his wages but the only problem is we cant afford all the meat pies and cookies he requires to stay fat utd utd utd pompey phil
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3:37pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

up saints wrote:
frenchvic wrote:
Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match.
first row is good or sportlemon or like me going down the pub
Yeah get a bloody ticket call yourself a fan
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]frenchvic[/bold] wrote: Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match.[/p][/quote]first row is good or sportlemon or like me going down the pub[/p][/quote]Yeah get a bloody ticket call yourself a fan pompey phil
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3:38pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

up saints wrote:
frenchvic wrote:
Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match.
first row is good or sportlemon or like me going down the pub
Yes, try this, Vic:

http://www.thefirstr
ow.eu/

I guess, like me, you don't have Canel + over there.

I'm hoping a neighbour gets home soon so that I can take some beers to his.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]frenchvic[/bold] wrote: Hi all, does anybody have info on a link for the match.[/p][/quote]first row is good or sportlemon or like me going down the pub[/p][/quote]Yes, try this, Vic: http://www.thefirstr ow.eu/ I guess, like me, you don't have Canel + over there. I'm hoping a neighbour gets home soon so that I can take some beers to his. Strasbourg Saint
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3:39pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

Poompey Phil, Sir Phylis as he is really known, is suffering from dementia accelerated by the demise of the blue few. Feel sorry for him, pat him on the head and send him on his way. Without lots of medication, his life is going to remain miserable. They tried therapy, but found there was not much to work with. It wasn't that public school let him down, but genetics can't be remediated.
Poompey Phil, Sir Phylis as he is really known, is suffering from dementia accelerated by the demise of the blue few. Feel sorry for him, pat him on the head and send him on his way. Without lots of medication, his life is going to remain miserable. They tried therapy, but found there was not much to work with. It wasn't that public school let him down, but genetics can't be remediated. DisplacedFan
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3:42pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Oldfan says...

Utd is the biggest game of the season for all clubs. Don't think we are quite up to it and there are no reasonable grounds to believe otherwise. But hope springs eternal particularly as Utd are not in sparkling form themselves but just seen both Ferdinand and Vidic play so Rickie will need a lot of help.
Utd is the biggest game of the season for all clubs. Don't think we are quite up to it and there are no reasonable grounds to believe otherwise. But hope springs eternal particularly as Utd are not in sparkling form themselves but just seen both Ferdinand and Vidic play so Rickie will need a lot of help. Oldfan
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3:43pm Sun 2 Sep 12

cantthinkofone says...

With Spurs start to the season so far, I'm relying on Saints as a team I've always had a soft spot for to give me something to smile about.

Go on lads, stick it to Ferguson's overpaid prima donnas.

2 all after 80 minutes, with a winner for Saints in the last 10. Goals from Lallana (37), Puncheon (51) and Puncheon again (83).
With Spurs start to the season so far, I'm relying on Saints as a team I've always had a soft spot for to give me something to smile about. Go on lads, stick it to Ferguson's overpaid prima donnas. 2 all after 80 minutes, with a winner for Saints in the last 10. Goals from Lallana (37), Puncheon (51) and Puncheon again (83). cantthinkofone
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3:49pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

There is one ugly scummer on sky with a big nose, never heard of him must have been a small time player!!!!
There is one ugly scummer on sky with a big nose, never heard of him must have been a small time player!!!! pompey phil
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3:49pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Corkonian Saint says...

Ignore the fish boy, he's just desperate for attention.knob.
Ignore the fish boy, he's just desperate for attention.knob. Corkonian Saint
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3:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintkenny says...

pompey phil wrote:
There is one ugly scummer on sky with a big nose, never heard of him must have been a small time player!!!!
wheres your boy friend from warsash then .what his next log in name .spill the beans gay boy
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: There is one ugly scummer on sky with a big nose, never heard of him must have been a small time player!!!![/p][/quote]wheres your boy friend from warsash then .what his next log in name .spill the beans gay boy saintkenny
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4:04pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

COYR..
COYR.. Tirau Dan
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4:07pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Young Greybeard says...

pompey phil wrote:
There is one ugly scummer on sky with a big nose, never heard of him must have been a small time player!!!!
He's posting on here & watching on Sky, no wonder he's so angry.
He is, in reality, a closet saints fan who hasn't admitted to himself and come out yet!
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: There is one ugly scummer on sky with a big nose, never heard of him must have been a small time player!!!![/p][/quote]He's posting on here & watching on Sky, no wonder he's so angry. He is, in reality, a closet saints fan who hasn't admitted to himself and come out yet! Young Greybeard
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4:08pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Thought you were sold out i can see empty seats in line with utd's defence that proves your a joke and have no support
Thought you were sold out i can see empty seats in line with utd's defence that proves your a joke and have no support pompey phil
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4:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

Ricky!!!!!!!!!!
Ricky!!!!!!!!!! DisplacedFan
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4:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

1-0 Saints what a goal = Rickie the Goal Machine
1-0 Saints what a goal = Rickie the Goal Machine Tirau Dan
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4:20pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Dont get carried away its a 90 min game
Dont get carried away its a 90 min game pompey phil
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4:21pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saints_alive says...

Come ooooooonnnnnn!! Had to be Ricky!!!!
Come ooooooonnnnnn!! Had to be Ricky!!!! saints_alive
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4:26pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Robin van persie, robin van persie, robin van persie
Robin van persie, robin van persie, robin van persie pompey phil
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4:27pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Pick that out!!!! SHA ALA LA LA LA We sent the scummers down!!
Pick that out!!!! SHA ALA LA LA LA We sent the scummers down!! doos
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4:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

This is cheering me right up after yesterday. Thanks scumpton!!
This is cheering me right up after yesterday. Thanks scumpton!! doos
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4:30pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Are you lot bottom of the league yet?
Are you lot bottom of the league yet? doos
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4:33pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Pompey Bluebird says...

SHA ALA LA LA LA WHO THE **** IS SINGING NOW
SHA ALA LA LA LA WHO THE **** IS SINGING NOW Pompey Bluebird
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4:38pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

pompey phil wrote:
Thought you were sold out i can see empty seats in line with utd's defence that proves your a joke and have no support
Sad little boy! Did mommy not pay enough attention to you at home?
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Thought you were sold out i can see empty seats in line with utd's defence that proves your a joke and have no support[/p][/quote]Sad little boy! Did mommy not pay enough attention to you at home? DisplacedFan
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4:47pm Sun 2 Sep 12

andrwingrm says...

Why do people reply to Pompey phil? He'll get bored and go back to the shed if people ignore him. There's not one person in the world who would agree that Pompey are better than Saints anyway. Even he/she knows they're not. Well unless his mum had her brother and out came phill I guess. So let's all ignore it and it will go back to the shed.

Also you ever spelt Fratton park backwards nottarf krap. Oh how true!!
Why do people reply to Pompey phil? He'll get bored and go back to the shed if people ignore him. There's not one person in the world who would agree that Pompey are better than Saints anyway. Even he/she knows they're not. Well unless his mum had her brother and out came phill I guess. So let's all ignore it and it will go back to the shed. Also you ever spelt Fratton park backwards nottarf krap. Oh how true!! andrwingrm
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4:48pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Cant wait to hear more moaning about Adkins on Radio Solent when you lot start leaving on 80 mins. Two months ago you lot thought the "David Brent" idiot was the best manager in the countly now you want him sacked. Hilarious!! PUP
Cant wait to hear more moaning about Adkins on Radio Solent when you lot start leaving on 80 mins. Two months ago you lot thought the "David Brent" idiot was the best manager in the countly now you want him sacked. Hilarious!! PUP doos
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4:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saints_alive says...

Great pressure and competent composed passing play; good first half. No real bad points apart from Clyne's choice of spuds.
Comments?
Great pressure and competent composed passing play; good first half. No real bad points apart from Clyne's choice of spuds. Comments? saints_alive
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4:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

We played well. Room for improvement, but all in all, we gave as good as we got. Encouraging.
We played well. Room for improvement, but all in all, we gave as good as we got. Encouraging. DisplacedFan
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4:58pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

doos wrote:
Are you lot bottom of the league yet?
Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that!
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Are you lot bottom of the league yet?[/p][/quote]Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that! DisplacedFan
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4:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Northern_Saint says...

Schneiderlin has been a giant in the first half! Hope they can keep up the hard work until the whistle blows.
Schneiderlin has been a giant in the first half! Hope they can keep up the hard work until the whistle blows. Northern_Saint
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5:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saints_alive says...

saints_alive wrote:
Great pressure and competent composed passing play; good first half. No real bad points apart from Clyne's choice of spuds.
Comments?
Oh skunts, few more pointers:
1) PL football
2) Great facilities
3) Sold out crowd
4) Lucrative team
I have got loads more.....
[quote][p][bold]saints_alive[/bold] wrote: Great pressure and competent composed passing play; good first half. No real bad points apart from Clyne's choice of spuds. Comments?[/p][/quote]Oh skunts, few more pointers: 1) PL football 2) Great facilities 3) Sold out crowd 4) Lucrative team I have got loads more..... saints_alive
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5:04pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Adkins Out!! LOL
Adkins Out!! LOL doos
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5:11pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
doos wrote:
Are you lot bottom of the league yet?
Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that!
No we are not bottom but if you loose this and villa win you will be bottom lol
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Are you lot bottom of the league yet?[/p][/quote]Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that![/p][/quote]No we are not bottom but if you loose this and villa win you will be bottom lol pompey phil
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5:14pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

I'm sure scumpton will be off the bottom soon. Away to Arsenal next week so a guaranted win. Adkins OUT!!!
I'm sure scumpton will be off the bottom soon. Away to Arsenal next week so a guaranted win. Adkins OUT!!! doos
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5:15pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

2-1 SPider.... hahahha WHo Are Who Are Ya
2-1 SPider.... hahahha WHo Are Who Are Ya Tirau Dan
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5:16pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

Oh dear, those predicting a 1-3 score must be feeling nervous!!
Oh dear, those predicting a 1-3 score must be feeling nervous!! DisplacedFan
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5:17pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Just delaying the inevitable. Makes it even funnier to see you all getting excited thinking you will actually hold on to it!! You'll be sneaking out on 80 mins 5-2 down!
Just delaying the inevitable. Makes it even funnier to see you all getting excited thinking you will actually hold on to it!! You'll be sneaking out on 80 mins 5-2 down! doos
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5:18pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SOULJACKER says...

pompey phil wrote:
Robin van persie, robin van persie, robin van persie
You know what Mr Phil, take you & your sh1tty little team & p1ss off.

Man you really are a freakin retard......you sad little tw@t......p1ss off & let me get on with my drank!

Just cause you are all busy screwing your Moms & sisters like the chavy inbreds that you are.....P1ss off Dumba$$ :P
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Robin van persie, robin van persie, robin van persie[/p][/quote]You know what Mr Phil, take you & your sh1tty little team & p1ss off. Man you really are a freakin retard......you sad little tw@t......p1ss off & let me get on with my drank! Just cause you are all busy screwing your Moms & sisters like the chavy inbreds that you are.....P1ss off Dumba$$ :P SOULJACKER
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5:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

We f*cked you title up! We F*cked your title up! :-D
We f*cked you title up! We F*cked your title up! :-D doos
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5:22pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

They are pannicking...Carpric
k & kak owa off old man scholes on and his nanny on ...
They are pannicking...Carpric k & kak owa off old man scholes on and his nanny on ... Tirau Dan
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5:22pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

pompey phil wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
doos wrote:
Are you lot bottom of the league yet?
Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that!
No we are not bottom but if you loose this and villa win you will be bottom lol
Yeah, bottom of a league two above you! We have plenty of potential. You don't even have a real team yet and room to dop even further once your 10 point deduction comes in. You are like the little dog who yaps and thinks he is bigger that he is. But, you are midly funny syphlis.
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Are you lot bottom of the league yet?[/p][/quote]Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that![/p][/quote]No we are not bottom but if you loose this and villa win you will be bottom lol[/p][/quote]Yeah, bottom of a league two above you! We have plenty of potential. You don't even have a real team yet and room to dop even further once your 10 point deduction comes in. You are like the little dog who yaps and thinks he is bigger that he is. But, you are midly funny syphlis. DisplacedFan
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5:25pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

pompey phil wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
doos wrote:
Are you lot bottom of the league yet?
Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that!
No we are not bottom but if you loose this and villa win you will be bottom lol
Lose not "loose". As I said earlier, you had lots of trouble in school. Still looking to shore up your self-concept, huh?
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Are you lot bottom of the league yet?[/p][/quote]Which league are you referring to? League One? I assume you are authority on that![/p][/quote]No we are not bottom but if you loose this and villa win you will be bottom lol[/p][/quote]Lose not "loose". As I said earlier, you had lots of trouble in school. Still looking to shore up your self-concept, huh? DisplacedFan
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5:25pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

Saints forced them to make changes .. nows the time for Emmanuel to fire some Copper Bullets and put them to rest
Saints forced them to make changes .. nows the time for Emmanuel to fire some Copper Bullets and put them to rest Tirau Dan
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5:26pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!! doos
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5:28pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

Justice is done the Persil man is dirty... Kelvin you were a dope!!!!! but stil our dope.... lucky bastd COYR back at it!!!
Justice is done the Persil man is dirty... Kelvin you were a dope!!!!! but stil our dope.... lucky bastd COYR back at it!!! Tirau Dan
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5:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

doos wrote:
Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
History is all you now have. Cobwebs are beginning to grow. Perhaps you could sell all our your trophies to pay your monthly players!
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]History is all you now have. Cobwebs are beginning to grow. Perhaps you could sell all our your trophies to pay your monthly players! DisplacedFan
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5:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

Saints forced to bring on an attacking player! Love it.
Saints forced to bring on an attacking player! Love it. DisplacedFan
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5:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SOULJACKER says...

It does make me laugh...my kid loves his "Match Attax" cards & he even made one for Rickie Lambert when we were in the Championship......th
ese are all "100 club" & "Shiney card" player names, lol

Bless him :)))))
It does make me laugh...my kid loves his "Match Attax" cards & he even made one for Rickie Lambert when we were in the Championship......th ese are all "100 club" & "Shiney card" player names, lol Bless him :))))) SOULJACKER
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5:35pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Oh look fat boy lambert has gone off to run to the pie stand before they run out
Oh look fat boy lambert has gone off to run to the pie stand before they run out pompey phil
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5:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

Saints doing this well... COYR
Saints doing this well... COYR Tirau Dan
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5:40pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
doos wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
History is all you now have. Cobwebs are beginning to grow. Perhaps you could sell all our your trophies to pay your monthly players!
thats something you will never have my stripey polish friend lol
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]History is all you now have. Cobwebs are beginning to grow. Perhaps you could sell all our your trophies to pay your monthly players![/p][/quote]thats something you will never have my stripey polish friend lol one team in hampshire pfc
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5:42pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

pompey phil wrote:
Oh look fat boy lambert has gone off to run to the pie stand before they run out
Tactics, syphilis. You can't use those 'cause you barely field a team.m Skills you would love to have.
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Oh look fat boy lambert has gone off to run to the pie stand before they run out[/p][/quote]Tactics, syphilis. You can't use those 'cause you barely field a team.m Skills you would love to have. DisplacedFan
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5:42pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
doos wrote:
Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
History is all you now have. Cobwebs are beginning to grow. Perhaps you could sell all our your trophies to pay your monthly players!
It is history now but a hell of a ride loved every minute!!! We acheived everything a club outside the top 4 can so that box is ticker. League 1 is another experience and im a little embarrased to say im loving it too.
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]History is all you now have. Cobwebs are beginning to grow. Perhaps you could sell all our your trophies to pay your monthly players![/p][/quote]It is history now but a hell of a ride loved every minute!!! We acheived everything a club outside the top 4 can so that box is ticker. League 1 is another experience and im a little embarrased to say im loving it too. doos
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5:47pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

3 mins to go. Still time for a Man U winner!!! and for you lot to leave and beat the traffic LOL
3 mins to go. Still time for a Man U winner!!! and for you lot to leave and beat the traffic LOL doos
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5:47pm Sun 2 Sep 12

MccSaint says...

COYR, real shame but great perfomance, still time for saints to win!
COYR, real shame but great perfomance, still time for saints to win! MccSaint
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5:47pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

You can all go home now oh sorry you are already home cos your all on here lol robin van persie
You can all go home now oh sorry you are already home cos your all on here lol robin van persie pompey phil
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5:48pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

useless ref misses manc fouls every time lets it run for them. COYR get it back!!
useless ref misses manc fouls every time lets it run for them. COYR get it back!! Tirau Dan
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5:50pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Tirau Dan wrote:
useless ref misses manc fouls every time lets it run for them. COYR get it back!!
Ah the Ref's fault you choked!!! LOL
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: useless ref misses manc fouls every time lets it run for them. COYR get it back!![/p][/quote]Ah the Ref's fault you choked!!! LOL doos
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5:51pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSS
SS!!

GO HOME SCUMMERS!!!!!

LOL
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSS SS!! GO HOME SCUMMERS!!!!! LOL doos
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5:51pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha robin van persie robin van persie robin van persie
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha robin van persie robin van persie robin van persie pompey phil
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5:51pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

HILARIOUS!!!!

WE CAN SEE YOU SNEAKING OUT!!!
HILARIOUS!!!! WE CAN SEE YOU SNEAKING OUT!!! doos
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5:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Pompey Bluebird says...

now watch the scummer flood out the stadium ha ha ha
now watch the scummer flood out the stadium ha ha ha Pompey Bluebird
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5:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Where have you all gone???????

LOL
Where have you all gone??????? LOL doos
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5:54pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

2-1 and you fecked it up 2-1 and you fecked it up 2-1 and you fecked it up 2-1 and you fecked it up
2-1 and you fecked it up 2-1 and you fecked it up 2-1 and you fecked it up 2-1 and you fecked it up pompey phil
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5:55pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Adkins OUT!!! LOL
Adkins OUT!!! LOL doos
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5:55pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

Absolute robbery... Saints did us proud.. Ref was the most biased I've seen in ages.. That game was ours..
Absolute robbery... Saints did us proud.. Ref was the most biased I've seen in ages.. That game was ours.. Tirau Dan
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5:56pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Bottom of the league and pointless.

Pointless in both senses of the word

LOL
Bottom of the league and pointless. Pointless in both senses of the word LOL doos
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5:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

bigfella777 says...

Yeah great inspired substitutions Nigel you moron, havent you ever watched Utd play before?
Yeah great inspired substitutions Nigel you moron, havent you ever watched Utd play before? bigfella777
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5:58pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

LOL The "Adkins Out" has started already.
LOL The "Adkins Out" has started already. doos
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5:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

aprylsdad says...

Fishy phil I'd rather lose to man utd then the mighty oldham hahahahah pompey tw@t
Fishy phil I'd rather lose to man utd then the mighty oldham hahahahah pompey tw@t aprylsdad
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5:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

f/o 777 grow up ffs Saints played great be proud
f/o 777 grow up ffs Saints played great be proud Tirau Dan
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5:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

skin2000 says...

Why did we take off our 3 best players?
Why did we take off our 3 best players? skin2000
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6:00pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

You are bottom of the league say you are bottom of the league
You are bottom of the league say you are bottom of the league pompey phil
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6:01pm Sun 2 Sep 12

aprylsdad says...

Why bring of our attack that were getting the better of vidic/ferdinand, don't change when your winning until the last few minutes. C'mon Nigel think bout it.

But still great saints performance.
Why bring of our attack that were getting the better of vidic/ferdinand, don't change when your winning until the last few minutes. C'mon Nigel think bout it. But still great saints performance. aprylsdad
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6:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

pompey phil wrote:
Sha la la la la la la la sha la la la la la la la sha la la la la la la la where are all the scummers now
Hello!
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Sha la la la la la la la sha la la la la la la la sha la la la la la la la where are all the scummers now[/p][/quote]Hello! WobblyCat
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6:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SaintMark says...

Oldham! Say no more!!! ;)
Oldham! Say no more!!! ;) SaintMark
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6:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

aprylsdad says...

Wait lets poopey phil time to come up with a witty retort
Wait lets poopey phil time to come up with a witty retort aprylsdad
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6:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

aprylsdad says...

I live in gosport and as a saints fan it is funny to see how many people DONT wear there poopey tops anymore oh how the mighty (lol) have fallen.
I live in gosport and as a saints fan it is funny to see how many people DONT wear there poopey tops anymore oh how the mighty (lol) have fallen. aprylsdad
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6:06pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey phil says...

He scores when he wants, he scores when he wants , robin van persie he scores when he wants
He scores when he wants, he scores when he wants , robin van persie he scores when he wants pompey phil
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6:06pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Paul TS says...

Sorry, but that was a major **** up by Adkins, why take off our best three players and go defensive against United, a big no, no! It also reinforces my thoughts that Fonte and Fox are not goo enough at this level, especially Fonte. However, for a large part of the game I thought our lads played brilliantly. Man of the match for me was Puncheon!
Sorry, but that was a major **** up by Adkins, why take off our best three players and go defensive against United, a big no, no! It also reinforces my thoughts that Fonte and Fox are not goo enough at this level, especially Fonte. However, for a large part of the game I thought our lads played brilliantly. Man of the match for me was Puncheon! Paul TS
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6:07pm Sun 2 Sep 12

MccSaint says...

Very proud, but the subs where a bit mad. Fresh legs are ok, but taking our 3 best players off maybe not the smartest. Still we've been leading both Manc. clubs 2-1 and pushed them dam close.
Very proud, but the subs where a bit mad. Fresh legs are ok, but taking our 3 best players off maybe not the smartest. Still we've been leading both Manc. clubs 2-1 and pushed them dam close. MccSaint
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6:09pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Well that was a fantastic game, no points but two of the hardest games gone and lost both by the odd goal! New top signings to blood yet as well. The only thng that troubles me is how to deal with Oldham??
Well that was a fantastic game, no points but two of the hardest games gone and lost both by the odd goal! New top signings to blood yet as well. The only thng that troubles me is how to deal with Oldham?? WobblyCat
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6:10pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SOULJACKER says...

pompey phil wrote:
You are bottom of the league say you are bottom of the league
Oh I said you should go screw your sister....hang I just screwed her myself & yo Mom (she did keep saying your name though Phil!.......Where are Pompey now?

Cue the tumble weeds :)
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: You are bottom of the league say you are bottom of the league[/p][/quote]Oh I said you should go screw your sister....hang I just screwed her myself & yo Mom (she did keep saying your name though Phil!.......Where are Pompey now? Cue the tumble weeds :) SOULJACKER
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6:10pm Sun 2 Sep 12

aprylsdad says...

that was good phil haha (that sarcasm by the way) you complete and utter tw@t go and see your team of trialist lead you all the way to league 2. Have trying to win the football league trophy mate we won that sh:t aswell.
that was good phil haha (that sarcasm by the way) you complete and utter tw@t go and see your team of trialist lead you all the way to league 2. Have trying to win the football league trophy mate we won that sh:t aswell. aprylsdad
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6:11pm Sun 2 Sep 12

costa gaz says...

Absolutely ridiculous substitutions, cost us the match Nige.
No excuses, we were so much on top there was no need to change anything.
NC will be bloody livid and you know what that means.
Absolutely ridiculous substitutions, cost us the match Nige. No excuses, we were so much on top there was no need to change anything. NC will be bloody livid and you know what that means. costa gaz
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6:12pm Sun 2 Sep 12

skin2000 says...

pompey phil wrote:
Oh look fat boy lambert has gone off to run to the pie stand before they run out
I bet you wish you had a Lambert
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Oh look fat boy lambert has gone off to run to the pie stand before they run out[/p][/quote]I bet you wish you had a Lambert skin2000
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6:16pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!!
Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!! doos
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6:16pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Flashin the pan says...

Huff and puff and all that stuff, still out of form united managed to top you.
Arsenal next week who just stuffed liverpool away 2-0. Another winless game and no pts.
Man utd!!!
Huff and puff and all that stuff, still out of form united managed to top you. Arsenal next week who just stuffed liverpool away 2-0. Another winless game and no pts. Man utd!!! Flashin the pan
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6:17pm Sun 2 Sep 12

mastershot100 says...

costa gaz wrote:
Absolutely ridiculous substitutions, cost us the match Nige.
No excuses, we were so much on top there was no need to change anything.
NC will be bloody livid and you know what that means.
Agreed.You do not sub your best players.
[quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: Absolutely ridiculous substitutions, cost us the match Nige. No excuses, we were so much on top there was no need to change anything. NC will be bloody livid and you know what that means.[/p][/quote]Agreed.You do not sub your best players. mastershot100
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6:18pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SOULJACKER says...

doos wrote:
Bottom of the league and pointless.

Pointless in both senses of the word

LOL
C0CK!
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Bottom of the league and pointless. Pointless in both senses of the word LOL[/p][/quote]C0CK! SOULJACKER
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6:18pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

take off the three best players and bring on the drunk gully game over
take off the three best players and bring on the drunk gully game over up saints
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6:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SOULJACKER says...

pompey phil wrote:
Michael appleton approaced trevor birch and said can we afford rickie lambert trevor birch said yes no problem with his wages but the only problem is we cant afford all the meat pies and cookies he requires to stay fat utd utd utd
& all the C0CK you eat too biatch!
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: Michael appleton approaced trevor birch and said can we afford rickie lambert trevor birch said yes no problem with his wages but the only problem is we cant afford all the meat pies and cookies he requires to stay fat utd utd utd[/p][/quote]& all the C0CK you eat too biatch! SOULJACKER
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6:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

hope you guly supporters are happy now should of gone to forest inplace of sharpe
hope you guly supporters are happy now should of gone to forest inplace of sharpe up saints
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6:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Flashin the pan says...

doos wrote:
Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!!
Yeah Adkins found out alright. MA next manager?
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!![/p][/quote]Yeah Adkins found out alright. MA next manager? Flashin the pan
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6:20pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

guly is a watse of space should never put on a southampton shirt again
guly is a watse of space should never put on a southampton shirt again up saints
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6:21pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

hope you guly supporters are happy now should of gone to forest inplace of sharpe
hope you guly supporters are happy now should of gone to forest inplace of sharpe up saints
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6:23pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

drunk guly 2 man u 3
drunk guly 2 man u 3 up saints
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6:23pm Sun 2 Sep 12

only1chopper says...

If we had played badly and lost then yes, hats off, but when you are that close to even getting a point against teams like this then it can get a bit frustrating. Again, Fox thinks he is a third centre back half the time and fonte just isn't a premiership player, he completely lost rvp for the third goal. our midfield and attack had a fantastic game, but agree with previous comments, i know we have a hard game against arsenal coming up, but taking off your best players, especially against utd, you are asking for trouble. I also don't mean to go on, but guly? FFS atkins, when will you realise he is sh!t!!!! bring on an extra defender, anyone but him. and i think shaw should get a game now at LB.
But against arsenal, our new signings will be raring to go, i am looking forward to some pacey attacking play!
If we had played badly and lost then yes, hats off, but when you are that close to even getting a point against teams like this then it can get a bit frustrating. Again, Fox thinks he is a third centre back half the time and fonte just isn't a premiership player, he completely lost rvp for the third goal. our midfield and attack had a fantastic game, but agree with previous comments, i know we have a hard game against arsenal coming up, but taking off your best players, especially against utd, you are asking for trouble. I also don't mean to go on, but guly? FFS atkins, when will you realise he is sh!t!!!! bring on an extra defender, anyone but him. and i think shaw should get a game now at LB. But against arsenal, our new signings will be raring to go, i am looking forward to some pacey attacking play! only1chopper
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6:24pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Truesaintsfan says...

Hilarious to see the filthy fishies become glory hunters now their club is irrelevant. At least supporting your local team is honorable. Find it hilarious they can mock us for 3-2 against united and city. Also, we may have no points so far in the premiership, how many have they got? Don't feel under pressure skates, I don't expect a decent comeback from you inbred's so you don't have to try.
Hilarious to see the filthy fishies become glory hunters now their club is irrelevant. At least supporting your local team is honorable. Find it hilarious they can mock us for 3-2 against united and city. Also, we may have no points so far in the premiership, how many have they got? Don't feel under pressure skates, I don't expect a decent comeback from you inbred's so you don't have to try. Truesaintsfan
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6:24pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

Adkins just been interviewed. What a muppet. He is a book of cliches and makes David Brent look good.
Adkins just been interviewed. What a muppet. He is a book of cliches and makes David Brent look good. doos
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6:26pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

3 points lost again guly has cost us 4 points now get shot of him
3 points lost again guly has cost us 4 points now get shot of him up saints
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6:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Truesaintsfan wrote:
Hilarious to see the filthy fishies become glory hunters now their club is irrelevant. At least supporting your local team is honorable. Find it hilarious they can mock us for 3-2 against united and city. Also, we may have no points so far in the premiership, how many have they got? Don't feel under pressure skates, I don't expect a decent comeback from you inbred's so you don't have to try.
Hating us is all they have left. Give them a break!!
[quote][p][bold]Truesaintsfan[/bold] wrote: Hilarious to see the filthy fishies become glory hunters now their club is irrelevant. At least supporting your local team is honorable. Find it hilarious they can mock us for 3-2 against united and city. Also, we may have no points so far in the premiership, how many have they got? Don't feel under pressure skates, I don't expect a decent comeback from you inbred's so you don't have to try.[/p][/quote]Hating us is all they have left. Give them a break!! WobblyCat
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6:30pm Sun 2 Sep 12

tugboat says...

doos wrote:
Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!!
And so have you and your mother.
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!![/p][/quote]And so have you and your mother. tugboat
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6:30pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

dear dear o points lmao tick tock
dear dear o points lmao tick tock one team in hampshire pfc
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6:31pm Sun 2 Sep 12

doos says...

So many angry scummers!!! Enjoying the promised land again are you!!
So many angry scummers!!! Enjoying the promised land again are you!! doos
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6:33pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

doos wrote:
Adkins just been interviewed. What a muppet. He is a book of cliches and makes David Brent look good.
Doos? Flash in the pan? Is that toilet humour or a self-fulfilling prophecy? Post your pants off boys, wouldn't swap your lot for syphilis.
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Adkins just been interviewed. What a muppet. He is a book of cliches and makes David Brent look good.[/p][/quote]Doos? Flash in the pan? Is that toilet humour or a self-fulfilling prophecy? Post your pants off boys, wouldn't swap your lot for syphilis. WobblyCat
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6:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Bazultra says...

I dont post much on here as I like to read your posts but here goes. My beloved Saints brought a few smiles to my face today, for me Puncheon tore Man Ure apart and was Saints man of the match. I would NEVER call for the legend Adkins to get the boot but he got the tactics wrong taking our best 3 performers off of the pitch today. I believe in Nigel to learn from this because I dont believe he is a stubborn man and that he wants to be a better manager. In Nigel we truest!!! Big up to the rest of the true saints fans. Seedhouse,Slugger and the rest of the red and white pin stripes.Oh and foadp. Nice result in your asbestos ridden stadia against Oldham
I dont post much on here as I like to read your posts but here goes. My beloved Saints brought a few smiles to my face today, for me Puncheon tore Man Ure apart and was Saints man of the match. I would NEVER call for the legend Adkins to get the boot but he got the tactics wrong taking our best 3 performers off of the pitch today. I believe in Nigel to learn from this because I dont believe he is a stubborn man and that he wants to be a better manager. In Nigel we truest!!! Big up to the rest of the true saints fans. Seedhouse,Slugger and the rest of the red and white pin stripes.Oh and foadp. Nice result in your asbestos ridden stadia against Oldham Bazultra
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6:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Oldfan says...

I was proud of Saints today and guuted for them. To go down twice 3-2 after leading the two best teams in the leaque was annoying to me so god only knows what the professionals involved at the club feel.

I thought NA did well - far better than I could have under the circumstances.

The concern remains a defence which gives it all but just cannot last 90 minutes. Our best players are substituted because we have no defenders to come on.
I was proud of Saints today and guuted for them. To go down twice 3-2 after leading the two best teams in the leaque was annoying to me so god only knows what the professionals involved at the club feel. I thought NA did well - far better than I could have under the circumstances. The concern remains a defence which gives it all but just cannot last 90 minutes. Our best players are substituted because we have no defenders to come on. Oldfan
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6:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Northern_Saint says...

Don't know why you all even bother with those scum boys. They're just really pathetic ... Anyways, sickening result after all that hard work. But it seems quite obvious our defense isn't good enough. Fonte was really poor and so was Kelvin at times, although he saved that sloppy penalty. Clyne, Hooiveld and Fox did OK I think. Schneiderlin was my man of the match, by the way. Can't understand all the stick he's gotten if this is how he usually play. 3 points at Highbury then? COYR!
Don't know why you all even bother with those scum boys. They're just really pathetic ... Anyways, sickening result after all that hard work. But it seems quite obvious our defense isn't good enough. Fonte was really poor and so was Kelvin at times, although he saved that sloppy penalty. Clyne, Hooiveld and Fox did OK I think. Schneiderlin was my man of the match, by the way. Can't understand all the stick he's gotten if this is how he usually play. 3 points at Highbury then? COYR! Northern_Saint
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6:38pm Sun 2 Sep 12

JohnItaly says...

Very disappointing. Will read with interest the comments of those who were there. Have a nasty feeling the substitutions will give rise to criticism (not for the first time) and also how the defence performed,this being the subject of concern over the past couple of weeks.

We do not seem to learn a game lasts 90+ minutes. If my memory serves me correctly we seem to regularly ship late goals that prove costly and Man Utd are past masters at scoring late goals. With Arsenal finding their scoring touch after the next game we could be playing catch-up after just 4 games. It has to be said this was predicted by many pundits. We may be glad of the International break to allow time for the new boys to settle in. The next 2 home games - Villa & Fulham - have become must win games.

Apologies for the pessimism but I suspect most fans were expecting at least 3 points from the Wigan game. To have none and having conceded more goals than QPR and having lead both Man. City & Man. Utd only to lose shows a frialty that must be addressed.

I await comments re the above with interest.
Very disappointing. Will read with interest the comments of those who were there. Have a nasty feeling the substitutions will give rise to criticism (not for the first time) and also how the defence performed,this being the subject of concern over the past couple of weeks. We do not seem to learn a game lasts 90+ minutes. If my memory serves me correctly we seem to regularly ship late goals that prove costly and Man Utd are past masters at scoring late goals. With Arsenal finding their scoring touch after the next game we could be playing catch-up after just 4 games. It has to be said this was predicted by many pundits. We may be glad of the International break to allow time for the new boys to settle in. The next 2 home games - Villa & Fulham - have become must win games. Apologies for the pessimism but I suspect most fans were expecting at least 3 points from the Wigan game. To have none and having conceded more goals than QPR and having lead both Man. City & Man. Utd only to lose shows a frialty that must be addressed. I await comments re the above with interest. JohnItaly
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6:39pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Bazz4saints says...

Man utd didnt win the game saints lost it....this is more about tactics than playing on th pitch.....
Man utd didnt win the game saints lost it....this is more about tactics than playing on th pitch..... Bazz4saints
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6:39pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

doos wrote:
Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!!
the only ones calling for adkins to be sacked is your mob you idiot!
this i can only assume is because you want to get him down the shed to replace lord voldemort! as you have noticed that he is absolute carp!
oh by the way we may have no points but that is still 8 more than your shower of sh1te! i know the league have been nice to you again and said you wont get that until you come out of admin but even your lot cant stay in admin all season! or is that the new cheat? stay in admin all season then when you are relegated it will be because you lost so many games!
how was the game with oldham yesterday? or were you not there, not many were! 20k more at st marys today, that must be embarrassing for you!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Adkins OUT!!! The muppet has finally been found out!![/p][/quote]the only ones calling for adkins to be sacked is your mob you idiot! this i can only assume is because you want to get him down the shed to replace lord voldemort! as you have noticed that he is absolute carp! oh by the way we may have no points but that is still 8 more than your shower of sh1te! i know the league have been nice to you again and said you wont get that until you come out of admin but even your lot cant stay in admin all season! or is that the new cheat? stay in admin all season then when you are relegated it will be because you lost so many games! how was the game with oldham yesterday? or were you not there, not many were! 20k more at st marys today, that must be embarrassing for you!!!!!! saintshorse101
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6:41pm Sun 2 Sep 12

circa 66 saint says...

who is this lad ward-prowse is he on a monthly contract is he on loan to us or did we buy him NO.
( now for the bit's that your average skunt will not understand he is a product of S.F.C. ACADEMY.)


also have a little compassion for the SKUNTS because it's the only chance they will ever have to type into their computors the current members of the premier league.
oldham, bournemouth crawley and the like just don't have the same appeal

PROUD OF AND TO BE A SAINT
COYR
who is this lad ward-prowse is he on a monthly contract is he on loan to us or did we buy him NO. ( now for the bit's that your average skunt will not understand he is a product of S.F.C. ACADEMY.) also have a little compassion for the SKUNTS because it's the only chance they will ever have to type into their computors the current members of the premier league. oldham, bournemouth crawley and the like just don't have the same appeal PROUD OF AND TO BE A SAINT COYR circa 66 saint
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6:45pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

can we loan guly to pompey on a free
can we loan guly to pompey on a free up saints
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6:48pm Sun 2 Sep 12

midlandsaint says...

We lost, but i loved it.

Why? Because We are in the Premier League.

Not bothered about what we've won or Pompey have won in the past.

It's the 2012-13 season. Southampton are here, NOW, in the Premier League, playing good football, and I'm confident results will come.

It's the 2012-13 season. Pompey are STILL ****, still in trouble, and look like they are gonna be screwed some more.

So all you pompey scum on here taking the **** i say to you this...

Bring it on. We love it. And we know its just because you are jealous. We love that too.
We lost, but i loved it. Why? Because We are in the Premier League. Not bothered about what we've won or Pompey have won in the past. It's the 2012-13 season. Southampton are here, NOW, in the Premier League, playing good football, and I'm confident results will come. It's the 2012-13 season. Pompey are STILL ****, still in trouble, and look like they are gonna be screwed some more. So all you pompey scum on here taking the **** i say to you this... Bring it on. We love it. And we know its just because you are jealous. We love that too. midlandsaint
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6:48pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
Just F@*# off you boring turd!
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]Just F@*# off you boring turd! Strasbourg Saint
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6:48pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

guly we love ou sadkins you are hopeless , just like you glory hunter fans next attendence - 7,000 lololol tick tock tick tock
guly we love ou sadkins you are hopeless , just like you glory hunter fans next attendence - 7,000 lololol tick tock tick tock one team in hampshire pfc
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6:49pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
I'll drive him there! (lets face it, they wont pay)!
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]I'll drive him there! (lets face it, they wont pay)! WobblyCat
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6:50pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
Just F@*# off you boring turd!
so your one of the guly supporters then
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]Just F@*# off you boring turd![/p][/quote]so your one of the guly supporters then up saints
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6:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse!
please its boring now give it a rest!
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse! please its boring now give it a rest! saintshorse101
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6:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

WobblyCat wrote:
up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
I'll drive him there! (lets face it, they wont pay)!
should he be payed
[quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]I'll drive him there! (lets face it, they wont pay)![/p][/quote]should he be payed up saints
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6:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Bazultra says...

Paul TS wrote:
Sorry, but that was a major **** up by Adkins, why take off our best three players and go defensive against United, a big no, no! It also reinforces my thoughts that Fonte and Fox are not goo enough at this level, especially Fonte. However, for a large part of the game I thought our lads played brilliantly. Man of the match for me was Puncheon!
Yeah he was superb today best ive seen him and dont think he was happy to come off. Keep the faith Jason brilliant display!
[quote][p][bold]Paul TS[/bold] wrote: Sorry, but that was a major **** up by Adkins, why take off our best three players and go defensive against United, a big no, no! It also reinforces my thoughts that Fonte and Fox are not goo enough at this level, especially Fonte. However, for a large part of the game I thought our lads played brilliantly. Man of the match for me was Puncheon![/p][/quote]Yeah he was superb today best ive seen him and dont think he was happy to come off. Keep the faith Jason brilliant display! Bazultra
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6:58pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Puddletown Saint says...

Totally Gutted Agree with the Saints posters on here. NA got his subs totally wrong. WE now will have strength in depth with Gaston, Corky and Yos all availble in a couple weeks.

Team v Arse

Davis Nath Yos Jos Shaw
JWP Spider Davis
Adam Rickie Gaston

Subs
Gazza Rich Jose Cork Punch Jay Lee

And dont sub your best players Nig

No Guly and no Foxy !!!

Provd Saints fan
Totally Gutted Agree with the Saints posters on here. NA got his subs totally wrong. WE now will have strength in depth with Gaston, Corky and Yos all availble in a couple weeks. Team v Arse Davis Nath Yos Jos Shaw JWP Spider Davis Adam Rickie Gaston Subs Gazza Rich Jose Cork Punch Jay Lee And dont sub your best players Nig No Guly and no Foxy !!! Provd Saints fan Puddletown Saint
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6:58pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Puddletown Saint says...

Totally Gutted Agree with the Saints posters on here. NA got his subs totally wrong. WE now will have strength in depth with Gaston, Corky and Yos all availble in a couple weeks.

Team v Arse

Davis Nath Yos Jos Shaw
JWP Spider Davis
Adam Rickie Gaston

Subs
Gazza Rich Jose Cork Punch Jay Lee

And dont sub your best players Nig

No Guly and no Foxy !!!

Provd Saints fan
Totally Gutted Agree with the Saints posters on here. NA got his subs totally wrong. WE now will have strength in depth with Gaston, Corky and Yos all availble in a couple weeks. Team v Arse Davis Nath Yos Jos Shaw JWP Spider Davis Adam Rickie Gaston Subs Gazza Rich Jose Cork Punch Jay Lee And dont sub your best players Nig No Guly and no Foxy !!! Provd Saints fan Puddletown Saint
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6:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Reality-man says...

doos wrote:
So many angry scummers!!! Enjoying the promised land again are you!!
Not angry, proud to support the number one side in Hampshire. How are Pompey doing this season? I have no idea as i can't be arsed to stay up until the early hours of the morning to watch them on the football league show, and the papers don't give the Mickey mouse league much coverage either. Who did you draw in the Paint pot trophy too?
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: So many angry scummers!!! Enjoying the promised land again are you!![/p][/quote]Not angry, proud to support the number one side in Hampshire. How are Pompey doing this season? I have no idea as i can't be arsed to stay up until the early hours of the morning to watch them on the football league show, and the papers don't give the Mickey mouse league much coverage either. Who did you draw in the Paint pot trophy too? Reality-man
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6:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

up saints wrote:
WobblyCat wrote:
up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
I'll drive him there! (lets face it, they wont pay)!
should he be payed
I meant the f***ing taxi fare!!
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]I'll drive him there! (lets face it, they wont pay)![/p][/quote]should he be payed[/p][/quote]I meant the f***ing taxi fare!! WobblyCat
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7:00pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Now a more considered response.

1. Proud, very proud.

I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right.

2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored).

3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw!

But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered.

In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space?

BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs.

Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.
Now a more considered response. 1. Proud, very proud. I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right. 2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored). 3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw! But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered. In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space? BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs. Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break. Strasbourg Saint
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7:01pm Sun 2 Sep 12

popper says...

doos wrote:
Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating.
Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so.
And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away popper
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7:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse!
please its boring now give it a rest!
you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse! please its boring now give it a rest![/p][/quote]you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up up saints
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7:03pm Sun 2 Sep 12

CEH393 says...

What a great game, we played a blinding game, yeah we lost but we played brilliantly against one of the best teams in the world!!!! Ignore Pompey Syphilis and the other deranged loons that are jumping on the band wagon, if they had anything interesting to talk with their own team about they wouldn't be on here crying about their superior neighbours! We are the pride of the south coast!!!
What a great game, we played a blinding game, yeah we lost but we played brilliantly against one of the best teams in the world!!!! Ignore Pompey Syphilis and the other deranged loons that are jumping on the band wagon, if they had anything interesting to talk with their own team about they wouldn't be on here crying about their superior neighbours! We are the pride of the south coast!!! CEH393
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7:03pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

up saints wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
Just F@*# off you boring turd!
so your one of the guly supporters then
I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today.

What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]Just F@*# off you boring turd![/p][/quote]so your one of the guly supporters then[/p][/quote]I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team. Strasbourg Saint
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7:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SlupsPups says...

Is there anything more fundamentally pathetic than a passionate football fan trying to troll the boards of a rival team? Especially when that team has just given a magnificent account of itself against the two finest sides in England? I will leave that for the Pompey few to mull over in their spare time.

On todays game, I think we were excellent apart from a few niggling traits that we need to shake off. We need to work on giving this kind of display against teams that will be in and around us; Fulham, Aston Villa and Stoke are all coming up relatively soon, and a couple of wins there (with todays mentality) will soon see us marching on. Ward-Prowse looks to be one heck of a prospect and I'm sure that we'll kick on after getting that first, imminent, victory out of the way. COYR.
Is there anything more fundamentally pathetic than a passionate football fan trying to troll the boards of a rival team? Especially when that team has just given a magnificent account of itself against the two finest sides in England? I will leave that for the Pompey few to mull over in their spare time. On todays game, I think we were excellent apart from a few niggling traits that we need to shake off. We need to work on giving this kind of display against teams that will be in and around us; Fulham, Aston Villa and Stoke are all coming up relatively soon, and a couple of wins there (with todays mentality) will soon see us marching on. Ward-Prowse looks to be one heck of a prospect and I'm sure that we'll kick on after getting that first, imminent, victory out of the way. COYR. SlupsPups
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7:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

circa 66 saint says...

this is a learning process, we played better today, we looked like a premier team and at times were in control.
maybe N.A. got it wrong, we do not know what he was thinking, if he feels he made a mistake then get over it and move on.
this league should hold no fear for us we have played the top 2 from last season and were not humiliated we were mugged by wigan and no doubt we will lose some more,
but we were fcuking good at times
and it will come good COYR
this is a learning process, we played better today, we looked like a premier team and at times were in control. maybe N.A. got it wrong, we do not know what he was thinking, if he feels he made a mistake then get over it and move on. this league should hold no fear for us we have played the top 2 from last season and were not humiliated we were mugged by wigan and no doubt we will lose some more, but we were fcuking good at times and it will come good COYR circa 66 saint
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7:08pm Sun 2 Sep 12

tugboat says...

JohnItaly wrote:
Very disappointing. Will read with interest the comments of those who were there. Have a nasty feeling the substitutions will give rise to criticism (not for the first time) and also how the defence performed,this being the subject of concern over the past couple of weeks.

We do not seem to learn a game lasts 90+ minutes. If my memory serves me correctly we seem to regularly ship late goals that prove costly and Man Utd are past masters at scoring late goals. With Arsenal finding their scoring touch after the next game we could be playing catch-up after just 4 games. It has to be said this was predicted by many pundits. We may be glad of the International break to allow time for the new boys to settle in. The next 2 home games - Villa & Fulham - have become must win games.

Apologies for the pessimism but I suspect most fans were expecting at least 3 points from the Wigan game. To have none and having conceded more goals than QPR and having lead both Man. City & Man. Utd only to lose shows a frialty that must be addressed.

I await comments re the above with interest.
Correct me if Im wrong ,but you seem to be one of those posters waiting in the wings for saints to fail ,so you can proudly declare "I was right". !!!
You refer to ,"pundits predictions" as if in some sadistic way to try and reinforce your own doubts.
Nigel Adkins, yes he is a newbie,who needs to get with the program ASAP, in my opinion,he slipped up today ,his best side on the day was on the pitch,but just pause for a minute,what if we had ramirez available ? OK we didnt,but we will have,cut the guy a bit of slack-please.
As regards the next two games being "must win",change that mindset to "will win".
Yep I was hoping for points against Wigan,but lets be honest to get Man C,Man U and Arsenal in the first 4 games back to the prem-we,ll be Ok,give the boys a chance,they wont let you down.
But will you let them down John ?
[quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: Very disappointing. Will read with interest the comments of those who were there. Have a nasty feeling the substitutions will give rise to criticism (not for the first time) and also how the defence performed,this being the subject of concern over the past couple of weeks. We do not seem to learn a game lasts 90+ minutes. If my memory serves me correctly we seem to regularly ship late goals that prove costly and Man Utd are past masters at scoring late goals. With Arsenal finding their scoring touch after the next game we could be playing catch-up after just 4 games. It has to be said this was predicted by many pundits. We may be glad of the International break to allow time for the new boys to settle in. The next 2 home games - Villa & Fulham - have become must win games. Apologies for the pessimism but I suspect most fans were expecting at least 3 points from the Wigan game. To have none and having conceded more goals than QPR and having lead both Man. City & Man. Utd only to lose shows a frialty that must be addressed. I await comments re the above with interest.[/p][/quote]Correct me if Im wrong ,but you seem to be one of those posters waiting in the wings for saints to fail ,so you can proudly declare "I was right". !!! You refer to ,"pundits predictions" as if in some sadistic way to try and reinforce your own doubts. Nigel Adkins, yes he is a newbie,who needs to get with the program ASAP, in my opinion,he slipped up today ,his best side on the day was on the pitch,but just pause for a minute,what if we had ramirez available ? OK we didnt,but we will have,cut the guy a bit of slack-please. As regards the next two games being "must win",change that mindset to "will win". Yep I was hoping for points against Wigan,but lets be honest to get Man C,Man U and Arsenal in the first 4 games back to the prem-we,ll be Ok,give the boys a chance,they wont let you down. But will you let them down John ? tugboat
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7:10pm Sun 2 Sep 12

costa gaz says...

Never really slagged off saints players but I am tending to agree with the anti-guly brigade.
He is not up to this league and If many fans can see this then why cant NA.

IMHO
Never really slagged off saints players but I am tending to agree with the anti-guly brigade. He is not up to this league and If many fans can see this then why cant NA. IMHO costa gaz
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7:11pm Sun 2 Sep 12

circa 66 saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
Just F@*# off you boring turd!
so your one of the guly supporters then
I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today.

What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.
strassie an all saint fan
if he wears the shirt then support and encourage. leave the discontent at home or to the skunts
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]Just F@*# off you boring turd![/p][/quote]so your one of the guly supporters then[/p][/quote]I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.[/p][/quote]strassie an all saint fan if he wears the shirt then support and encourage. leave the discontent at home or to the skunts circa 66 saint
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7:11pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

up saints wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
up saints wrote:
can we loan guly to pompey on a free
ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse!
please its boring now give it a rest!
you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up
It's 'fewer', ......

....... 'by FEWER than 3 points', but never mind.

Just the fact that you want to blame Guly for the three defeats shows me all I need to know about your total lack of football knowledge and vindictive nature.

You're entitled to your point of view, just STOP labouring it and try to suggest something more constructive for a change.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse! please its boring now give it a rest![/p][/quote]you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up[/p][/quote]It's 'fewer', ...... ....... 'by FEWER than 3 points', but never mind. Just the fact that you want to blame Guly for the three defeats shows me all I need to know about your total lack of football knowledge and vindictive nature. You're entitled to your point of view, just STOP labouring it and try to suggest something more constructive for a change. Strasbourg Saint
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7:13pm Sun 2 Sep 12

hedge end bob says...

Lads lets not bother with the inbreds. Ignore their stupid remarks ,i feel sorry for them. Most of them have spent their hard earned giro's on brain transplants that just hav'nt raised thier I Q. 1 notch up the ladder. When i say i feel sorry for them, i mean the pigs that died needlessly supplying the brains.
Lads lets not bother with the inbreds. Ignore their stupid remarks ,i feel sorry for them. Most of them have spent their hard earned giro's on brain transplants that just hav'nt raised thier I Q. 1 notch up the ladder. When i say i feel sorry for them, i mean the pigs that died needlessly supplying the brains. hedge end bob
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7:14pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Velleity says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Yeah great inspired substitutions Nigel you moron, havent you ever watched Utd play before?
Bigfella doesn't support Southampton so don't reply to his posts.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Yeah great inspired substitutions Nigel you moron, havent you ever watched Utd play before?[/p][/quote]Bigfella doesn't support Southampton so don't reply to his posts. Velleity
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7:14pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free
Just F@*# off you boring turd!
so your one of the guly supporters then
I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.
even when thy steel from girls handbags , and bet against there team le big nose lol tick tick poor poor poor cant wait to watch the football tonight love seeing you lose everyweek lmao my little deckchair team
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]Just F@*# off you boring turd![/p][/quote]so your one of the guly supporters then[/p][/quote]I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.[/p][/quote]even when thy steel from girls handbags , and bet against there team le big nose lol tick tick poor poor poor cant wait to watch the football tonight love seeing you lose everyweek lmao my little deckchair team one team in hampshire pfc
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7:15pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Now a more considered response.

1. Proud, very proud.

I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right.

2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored).

3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw!

But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered.

In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space?

BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs.

Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.
Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Now a more considered response. 1. Proud, very proud. I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right. 2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored). 3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw! But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered. In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space? BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs. Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.[/p][/quote]Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox. WobblyCat
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7:16pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free
Just F@*# off you boring turd!
so your one of the guly supporters then
I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.
even when thy steel from girls handbags , and bet against there team le big nose lol tick tick poor poor poor cant wait to watch the football tonight love seeing you lose everyweek lmao my little deckchair team
You won yet?
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]Just F@*# off you boring turd![/p][/quote]so your one of the guly supporters then[/p][/quote]I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.[/p][/quote]even when thy steel from girls handbags , and bet against there team le big nose lol tick tick poor poor poor cant wait to watch the football tonight love seeing you lose everyweek lmao my little deckchair team[/p][/quote]You won yet? WobblyCat
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7:16pm Sun 2 Sep 12

pompey in spain says...

BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!!
BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!! pompey in spain
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7:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

David Crook says...

Nigel Nigel Nigel,what were you thinking when you took off our best three players against the best side in Europe,learn fast Nigel,five games to go to prove that you are a Premiership Manager,or it is time to say goodbye,sad I know.
Nigel Nigel Nigel,what were you thinking when you took off our best three players against the best side in Europe,learn fast Nigel,five games to go to prove that you are a Premiership Manager,or it is time to say goodbye,sad I know. David Crook
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7:20pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

popper wrote:
doos wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away
fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol
[quote][p][bold]popper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away[/p][/quote]fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol one team in hampshire pfc
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7:20pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

popper wrote:
doos wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away
fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol
[quote][p][bold]popper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away[/p][/quote]fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol one team in hampshire pfc
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7:21pm Sun 2 Sep 12

costa gaz says...

pompey in spain wrote:
BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!!
That's quite funny PiS, but still rather be a saint than a skate.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!![/p][/quote]That's quite funny PiS, but still rather be a saint than a skate. costa gaz
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7:21pm Sun 2 Sep 12

CEH393 says...

pompey in spain wrote:
BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!!
Oh dear is that the best you can do? Your jokes are as bad as your club
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!![/p][/quote]Oh dear is that the best you can do? Your jokes are as bad as your club CEH393
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7:24pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Oldfan says...

The question - which has so far been answered by a big no - is can Saints play like they did today against lesser teams? How do we score 2 aginst City and Utd and nil against Wigan?
The question - which has so far been answered by a big no - is can Saints play like they did today against lesser teams? How do we score 2 aginst City and Utd and nil against Wigan? Oldfan
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7:24pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Velleity says...

up saints wrote:
3 points lost again guly has cost us 4 points now get shot of him
up saints: Do you have anything to say OTHER than that the loss was due to Guly? Think it over. Really? There were NO other contributory factors at all? You're seriously blaming the entire loss on one man? No-one else at all played any part in the last two goals? I just want to be clear that that's what you're saying.

If you think it through, you might just be able to see a hole in your logic and get some perspective.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: 3 points lost again guly has cost us 4 points now get shot of him[/p][/quote]up saints: Do you have anything to say OTHER than that the loss was due to Guly? Think it over. Really? There were NO other contributory factors at all? You're seriously blaming the entire loss on one man? No-one else at all played any part in the last two goals? I just want to be clear that that's what you're saying. If you think it through, you might just be able to see a hole in your logic and get some perspective. Velleity
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7:24pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Red Len says...

pompey phil wrote:
So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i
Surprised pompey phil's not supporting man city, like all the rest of their fair-weather supporters.
[quote][p][bold]pompey phil[/bold] wrote: So how many empty seats at the st fairies lego house today? How many will utd score without reply i say 3. How many so called supporters will boo the deckchairs off the pitch i say the majority, and do you know why becuase your club, your team, and your supporters are crap. Bring on the van persie show this will be easy for him. Utd utd utd utd i[/p][/quote]Surprised pompey phil's not supporting man city, like all the rest of their fair-weather supporters. Red Len
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7:26pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thornhill Saint says...

Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same
is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame. Thornhill Saint
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7:27pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts.

SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one
SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635
FUTURE... GREAT future... none

Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write.

WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's
Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts. SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635 FUTURE... GREAT future... none Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write. WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's WobblyCat
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7:27pm Sun 2 Sep 12

up saints says...

i support saints i admit from my armchair now ,but my point is lambo punch and llalana gave 100% why bring on guly when tandaria lee is on the bench or sharpe is at notts forest.once guly arrived in my opinion is was 10 v12 and game over.guly was good the start of last season in my opinion he can be good on the ball at times but runs around in circles and beats the same player twice.
i support saints i admit from my armchair now ,but my point is lambo punch and llalana gave 100% why bring on guly when tandaria lee is on the bench or sharpe is at notts forest.once guly arrived in my opinion is was 10 v12 and game over.guly was good the start of last season in my opinion he can be good on the ball at times but runs around in circles and beats the same player twice. up saints
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7:28pm Sun 2 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Gutted of course, but I never expected us to play so well for such long periods, we had one of the best teams in the World on the ropes for a while and only the lack of luck and some weak finishing, followed by a dodgy subs choice, and a World Class Striker who virtually did for us on his own cost us the game. What was Wenger thinking when he let him go?
Gutted of course, but I never expected us to play so well for such long periods, we had one of the best teams in the World on the ropes for a while and only the lack of luck and some weak finishing, followed by a dodgy subs choice, and a World Class Striker who virtually did for us on his own cost us the game. What was Wenger thinking when he let him go? OSPREYSAINT
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7:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

TYPE IN CAPITALS, IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE...TYPE IN CAPITALS IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE
TYPE IN CAPITALS, IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE...TYPE IN CAPITALS IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE WobblyCat
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7:30pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Scarborosaint says...

Top game , but the premiership is harsh at times and we will have to learn quickly how to shut games outvwhen we are in the lead . Not too disheartened though played some great football and I for one could see what NA was doing with the substitutes , wanted fresh legs on the pitch as man u had freshened things up , it's hard work up front on your own and rickie had worked hard , spiderman was awesome today , maybe should of strengthened the middle of the park instead of going like for that but NA is learning about the premiership too as well as the players.
Let's get rid of this ricdiculous rumour that his job is under pressure and redknapp is coming , NC he got us in a mess and then went back to the skates enough said we don't want him again !
Top game , but the premiership is harsh at times and we will have to learn quickly how to shut games outvwhen we are in the lead . Not too disheartened though played some great football and I for one could see what NA was doing with the substitutes , wanted fresh legs on the pitch as man u had freshened things up , it's hard work up front on your own and rickie had worked hard , spiderman was awesome today , maybe should of strengthened the middle of the park instead of going like for that but NA is learning about the premiership too as well as the players. Let's get rid of this ricdiculous rumour that his job is under pressure and redknapp is coming , NC he got us in a mess and then went back to the skates enough said we don't want him again ! Scarborosaint
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7:31pm Sun 2 Sep 12

oldsaintsfan says...

In a way the game today was the opposite of the city game at least with regard to substitutions etc. One fact that is hard to ignore is that the same back four has shipped 8 goals in three games. Saints were one of the leading scorers in the Championship and it appears that we can cause teams problems in the PL (Wigan accepted). We have added some exciting new players in the transfer window. Hopefully our defensive record will improve – Clyne looks like a class act - I am hoping that our new Japanese centre back will make a difference and maybe Luke Shaw will step up.
For a lot of the squad and the management it is a steep learning curve. As a manager substitutions can make you look great or sometimes a muppet – the reality is that you need good enough players on the field who can hold onto the ball (preferably by generating a goal threat) and see out the game. Unfortunately, in both today’s game and the city game at 2-1 I did not feel that was going to happen. Oh well on to Arsenal for what I suspect will be another severe test although at least their strikers are not in the class of RVP. Looking forward to seeing our new Uruguayan!
In a way the game today was the opposite of the city game at least with regard to substitutions etc. One fact that is hard to ignore is that the same back four has shipped 8 goals in three games. Saints were one of the leading scorers in the Championship and it appears that we can cause teams problems in the PL (Wigan accepted). We have added some exciting new players in the transfer window. Hopefully our defensive record will improve – Clyne looks like a class act - I am hoping that our new Japanese centre back will make a difference and maybe Luke Shaw will step up. For a lot of the squad and the management it is a steep learning curve. As a manager substitutions can make you look great or sometimes a muppet – the reality is that you need good enough players on the field who can hold onto the ball (preferably by generating a goal threat) and see out the game. Unfortunately, in both today’s game and the city game at 2-1 I did not feel that was going to happen. Oh well on to Arsenal for what I suspect will be another severe test although at least their strikers are not in the class of RVP. Looking forward to seeing our new Uruguayan! oldsaintsfan
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7:31pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Velleity says...

WobblyCat wrote:
TYPE IN CAPITALS, IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE...TYPE IN CAPITALS IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE
OK
[quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: TYPE IN CAPITALS, IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE...TYPE IN CAPITALS IF YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE[/p][/quote]OK Velleity
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7:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

angus mc coatup says...

pompey in spain wrote:
BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!!
more breaking news.
appleton to speak to hampshire police
about a missing crowd
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!![/p][/quote]more breaking news. appleton to speak to hampshire police about a missing crowd angus mc coatup
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7:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

pompey in spain wrote:
BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!!
Don't you mean David Blunkett, I had to look the other guy up as I had no idea who he was.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!![/p][/quote]Don't you mean David Blunkett, I had to look the other guy up as I had no idea who he was. OSPREYSAINT
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7:33pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

pompey in spain wrote:
BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!!
THERE'S GOING TO BE A LOT OF NAME CALLING ON HERE BUT SERIOUSLY THAT IS REALLY WEAK. DID YOU THINK IT WAS FUNNY? PS. EXCUSE CAPITALS,...PREMIER LEAGUE!
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: BREAKING NEWS....ADKINS IS TO SPEAK TO CESAR MILLAN....ON HOW IS THE BEST WAY TO HOLD ONTO A LEAD!!!!![/p][/quote]THERE'S GOING TO BE A LOT OF NAME CALLING ON HERE BUT SERIOUSLY THAT IS REALLY WEAK. DID YOU THINK IT WAS FUNNY? PS. EXCUSE CAPITALS,...PREMIER LEAGUE! WobblyCat
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7:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

what a great day to see sadkins smug face lmao 3-2 3-2 3-2 -3-2 cant wait to see your next attendence for the little club in hampshire bottom of the league for another to weeks , lolololol
what a great day to see sadkins smug face lmao 3-2 3-2 3-2 -3-2 cant wait to see your next attendence for the little club in hampshire bottom of the league for another to weeks , lolololol one team in hampshire pfc
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7:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

up saints wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
up saints wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free
ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse! please its boring now give it a rest!
you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up
i didnt say he was right to take all 3 off at all, i said i dont think guly should have come on! and tad lee should!. but as for blaming guly for the first three games then your hatred of one of our players is truley truley amazing! what the hell did guly do wrong (i dont think he played great) for you to blame him in the city game? the whole team were poor vs wigan and guly played little part in any of their goals today! you really do need to get past this hatred and yes it does seem to be hatred of guly and remember that he is a saints player! how would you feel if he scored the winner today? you would still moan about him wouldnt you! i knew as soon as he came on that if we drew or lost then some would blame him for it! oh and whats boring is the fact that if anything goes wrong anywhere on the pitch people like you blame guly! i`m suprised you havent blamed him for clyne picking the wrong boots yet! what about their 2nd goal? that came from our left guly wasnt on that side, his fault? did guly give the pen away?
i am not guly`s biggest fan btw it just gets on my nerves when people blame him and pick him out for special treatment.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse! please its boring now give it a rest![/p][/quote]you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up[/p][/quote]i didnt say he was right to take all 3 off at all, i said i dont think guly should have come on! and tad lee should!. but as for blaming guly for the first three games then your hatred of one of our players is truley truley amazing! what the hell did guly do wrong (i dont think he played great) for you to blame him in the city game? the whole team were poor vs wigan and guly played little part in any of their goals today! you really do need to get past this hatred and yes it does seem to be hatred of guly and remember that he is a saints player! how would you feel if he scored the winner today? you would still moan about him wouldnt you! i knew as soon as he came on that if we drew or lost then some would blame him for it! oh and whats boring is the fact that if anything goes wrong anywhere on the pitch people like you blame guly! i`m suprised you havent blamed him for clyne picking the wrong boots yet! what about their 2nd goal? that came from our left guly wasnt on that side, his fault? did guly give the pen away? i am not guly`s biggest fan btw it just gets on my nerves when people blame him and pick him out for special treatment. saintshorse101
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7:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
popper wrote:
doos wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away
fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol
1976? You illiterate idiot.
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]popper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away[/p][/quote]fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol[/p][/quote]1976? You illiterate idiot. OSPREYSAINT
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7:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintand266 says...

Just got back from the game , we played well against one of the giants of European football and yes maybe NA did make a mistake taking our three most dangerous players off but let's cut out the negativity and KEEP THE FAITH ! And as for the inbred fish f++kers on here trying to goad you all just ignore them , soon they will turn there attention to Eastleigh fc as that will be the only local Derby they will play . Coyr !
Just got back from the game , we played well against one of the giants of European football and yes maybe NA did make a mistake taking our three most dangerous players off but let's cut out the negativity and KEEP THE FAITH ! And as for the inbred fish f++kers on here trying to goad you all just ignore them , soon they will turn there attention to Eastleigh fc as that will be the only local Derby they will play . Coyr ! saintand266
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7:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
what a great day to see sadkins smug face lmao 3-2 3-2 3-2 -3-2 cant wait to see your next attendence for the little club in hampshire bottom of the league for another to weeks , lolololol
Played well against Oldham though didn't you? 0 1 01 01 01 01 01 Any one can post cr*p like yours.
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: what a great day to see sadkins smug face lmao 3-2 3-2 3-2 -3-2 cant wait to see your next attendence for the little club in hampshire bottom of the league for another to weeks , lolololol[/p][/quote]Played well against Oldham though didn't you? 0 1 01 01 01 01 01 Any one can post cr*p like yours. OSPREYSAINT
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7:38pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Saintsteve7 says...

Hindsight is a wonderful thing! No one knows what would of happened had AL,JP and RL stayed on.
I would be be more inclined to blame the players that came on rather than Adkins, did they have the impact they should of? No!

Still very proud of the way we played for 80 mins and I believe once we get those first 3 points and close a game out we will be flying. Morgan and the front 3 were awesome and once again we have proved we can compete with the best in this league! Onwards and upwards I say.
I'm also quite glad the skanks from down the road come on here, your a joke and you know it some keep it coming boys!
Hindsight is a wonderful thing! No one knows what would of happened had AL,JP and RL stayed on. I would be be more inclined to blame the players that came on rather than Adkins, did they have the impact they should of? No! Still very proud of the way we played for 80 mins and I believe once we get those first 3 points and close a game out we will be flying. Morgan and the front 3 were awesome and once again we have proved we can compete with the best in this league! Onwards and upwards I say. I'm also quite glad the skanks from down the road come on here, your a joke and you know it some keep it coming boys! Saintsteve7
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7:39pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Velleity says...

Interesting that the comments about the substitutions come (in the main) from people I've never once seen post on this site.

A few from people I've seen before, but the minority.

Lambert himself has said that after 70 mins or so he's absolutely knackered these days (he is 30, remember). I'm prepared to bet that all the work with the GPS tracking over the close season backed that up, which is why they aren't playing him for 90 mins. Wenger used to get stick for not playing Bergkamp for full games until he showed Bergkamp the stats that showed he slowed down in the last 20 mins of every game. I'm sure something similar's happening with SRL.

Give NA some credit for knowing a little bit about what he's doing.

I do wonder whether you'd all be complaining about them if we'd held on.
Interesting that the comments about the substitutions come (in the main) from people I've never once seen post on this site. A few from people I've seen before, but the minority. Lambert himself has said that after 70 mins or so he's absolutely knackered these days (he is 30, remember). I'm prepared to bet that all the work with the GPS tracking over the close season backed that up, which is why they aren't playing him for 90 mins. Wenger used to get stick for not playing Bergkamp for full games until he showed Bergkamp the stats that showed he slowed down in the last 20 mins of every game. I'm sure something similar's happening with SRL. Give NA some credit for knowing a little bit about what he's doing. I do wonder whether you'd all be complaining about them if we'd held on. Velleity
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7:39pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
what a great day to see sadkins smug face lmao 3-2 3-2 3-2 -3-2 cant wait to see your next attendence for the little club in hampshire bottom of the league for another to weeks , lolololol
F***ING SURE IT WONT BE 12,000!!
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: what a great day to see sadkins smug face lmao 3-2 3-2 3-2 -3-2 cant wait to see your next attendence for the little club in hampshire bottom of the league for another to weeks , lolololol[/p][/quote]F***ING SURE IT WONT BE 12,000!! WobblyCat
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7:39pm Sun 2 Sep 12

deepheat says...

A Council Estate in Portsmouth was evacuated today after a suspicious object was found.

Close examination by security forces revealed that it was a payslip ...
A Council Estate in Portsmouth was evacuated today after a suspicious object was found. Close examination by security forces revealed that it was a payslip ... deepheat
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7:40pm Sun 2 Sep 12

one team in hampshire pfc says...

WobblyCat wrote:
Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts. SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635 FUTURE... GREAT future... none Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write. WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's
scum fa cups 1 pfc loads lol enough said no history and your bog brush trophy
[quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts. SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635 FUTURE... GREAT future... none Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write. WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's[/p][/quote]scum fa cups 1 pfc loads lol enough said no history and your bog brush trophy one team in hampshire pfc
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7:45pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

WobblyCat wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Now a more considered response.

1. Proud, very proud.

I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right.

2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored).

3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw!

But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered.

In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space?

BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs.

Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.
Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox.
SORRY, IT'S THE BEER TALKING. WHAT I MEANT WAS WE MOSTLY COPED WELL, AT TIMES MAKING THE UNITED ATTACK LOOK ORDINARY. ALAS, WE GOT PUNISHED WHEN WE FELL ASLEEP. HARSH LESSONS BUT WE'LL LEARN FROM THEM.

PLEASE CAN I GO BACK TO USING LOWER CASE NOW?
[quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Now a more considered response. 1. Proud, very proud. I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right. 2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored). 3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw! But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered. In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space? BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs. Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.[/p][/quote]Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox.[/p][/quote]SORRY, IT'S THE BEER TALKING. WHAT I MEANT WAS WE MOSTLY COPED WELL, AT TIMES MAKING THE UNITED ATTACK LOOK ORDINARY. ALAS, WE GOT PUNISHED WHEN WE FELL ASLEEP. HARSH LESSONS BUT WE'LL LEARN FROM THEM. PLEASE CAN I GO BACK TO USING LOWER CASE NOW? Strasbourg Saint
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7:47pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Enrico Palazzo says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
WobblyCat wrote:
Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts. SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635 FUTURE... GREAT future... none Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write. WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's
scum fa cups 1 pfc loads lol enough said no history and your bog brush trophy
Always makes me smile when I see Pompey fans talking about FA cups and all their (yawn) 'incredible history' because history or no history, administration or no administration, one thing's for sure; you have no future.
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts. SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635 FUTURE... GREAT future... none Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write. WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's[/p][/quote]scum fa cups 1 pfc loads lol enough said no history and your bog brush trophy[/p][/quote]Always makes me smile when I see Pompey fans talking about FA cups and all their (yawn) 'incredible history' because history or no history, administration or no administration, one thing's for sure; you have no future. Enrico Palazzo
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7:50pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Enrico Palazzo says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo

lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2
No future :o)
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2[/p][/quote]No future :o) Enrico Palazzo
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7:51pm Sun 2 Sep 12

kissmya%% says...

Just got back , I really wish we would of paid the fee for a defender , as to date thats still the problem .

Has for the blue few down the road , are they forgetting they lost to the 'mighty' Oldham A . When you hit that low in football , Thats when you worry !

Coys !!
Just got back , I really wish we would of paid the fee for a defender , as to date thats still the problem . Has for the blue few down the road , are they forgetting they lost to the 'mighty' Oldham A . When you hit that low in football , Thats when you worry ! Coys !! kissmya%%
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7:51pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
up saints wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
up saints wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free
ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse! please its boring now give it a rest!
you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up
i didnt say he was right to take all 3 off at all, i said i dont think guly should have come on! and tad lee should!. but as for blaming guly for the first three games then your hatred of one of our players is truley truley amazing! what the hell did guly do wrong (i dont think he played great) for you to blame him in the city game? the whole team were poor vs wigan and guly played little part in any of their goals today! you really do need to get past this hatred and yes it does seem to be hatred of guly and remember that he is a saints player! how would you feel if he scored the winner today? you would still moan about him wouldnt you! i knew as soon as he came on that if we drew or lost then some would blame him for it! oh and whats boring is the fact that if anything goes wrong anywhere on the pitch people like you blame guly! i`m suprised you havent blamed him for clyne picking the wrong boots yet! what about their 2nd goal? that came from our left guly wasnt on that side, his fault? did guly give the pen away?
i am not guly`s biggest fan btw it just gets on my nerves when people blame him and pick him out for special treatment.
That!
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]ok give it a rest with the anti guly carp! you may not rate him but your not the manager! i think he is not a bad player as it goes, however i wouldnt have brought him on today i would have put lee on, but i am not the manager either so it maters not what i think. the one thing i wont do is come on here and continually spout abuse to a saints player! even when puncheon was being an ar5e i didnt give him abuse! please its boring now give it a rest![/p][/quote]you may think it;s boring but if we go back down by less than 3 points i blame the first two matches guly played and him coming on a sub.but adkins made the subs so part to blame.if anyone can think it;s good to take off the three best players and bring on who we did it is barmy we were not 6-1 up[/p][/quote]i didnt say he was right to take all 3 off at all, i said i dont think guly should have come on! and tad lee should!. but as for blaming guly for the first three games then your hatred of one of our players is truley truley amazing! what the hell did guly do wrong (i dont think he played great) for you to blame him in the city game? the whole team were poor vs wigan and guly played little part in any of their goals today! you really do need to get past this hatred and yes it does seem to be hatred of guly and remember that he is a saints player! how would you feel if he scored the winner today? you would still moan about him wouldnt you! i knew as soon as he came on that if we drew or lost then some would blame him for it! oh and whats boring is the fact that if anything goes wrong anywhere on the pitch people like you blame guly! i`m suprised you havent blamed him for clyne picking the wrong boots yet! what about their 2nd goal? that came from our left guly wasnt on that side, his fault? did guly give the pen away? i am not guly`s biggest fan btw it just gets on my nerves when people blame him and pick him out for special treatment.[/p][/quote]That! Strasbourg Saint
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7:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

CEH393 says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo

lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2
You should really speak to a physiatrist, i am sure that you have a screw loose
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2[/p][/quote]You should really speak to a physiatrist, i am sure that you have a screw loose CEH393
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7:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free
Just F@*# off you boring turd!
so your one of the guly supporters then
I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.
even when thy steel from girls handbags , and bet against there team le big nose lol tick tick poor poor poor cant wait to watch the football tonight love seeing you lose everyweek lmao my little deckchair team
I've no idea what that means, please can you repeat it in English?
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: can we loan guly to pompey on a free[/p][/quote]Just F@*# off you boring turd![/p][/quote]so your one of the guly supporters then[/p][/quote]I'm balanced in my assessment and can see what he offers. As you will see from my other post, I didn't agree with him coming off the bench at that point today. What I don't do is attack Saints players unless they disrespect the shirt. (Or go on and on about it like you.) I support my team and that means the whole team.[/p][/quote]even when thy steel from girls handbags , and bet against there team le big nose lol tick tick poor poor poor cant wait to watch the football tonight love seeing you lose everyweek lmao my little deckchair team[/p][/quote]I've no idea what that means, please can you repeat it in English? Strasbourg Saint
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7:55pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
WobblyCat wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Now a more considered response.

1. Proud, very proud.

I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right.

2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored).

3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw!

But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered.

In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space?

BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs.

Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.
Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox.
SORRY, IT'S THE BEER TALKING. WHAT I MEANT WAS WE MOSTLY COPED WELL, AT TIMES MAKING THE UNITED ATTACK LOOK ORDINARY. ALAS, WE GOT PUNISHED WHEN WE FELL ASLEEP. HARSH LESSONS BUT WE'LL LEARN FROM THEM.

PLEASE CAN I GO BACK TO USING LOWER CASE NOW?
HAVE WE BEEN RELEGATED STRASSIE?? YOU KNOWTHE RULES,
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Now a more considered response. 1. Proud, very proud. I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right. 2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored). 3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw! But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered. In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space? BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs. Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.[/p][/quote]Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox.[/p][/quote]SORRY, IT'S THE BEER TALKING. WHAT I MEANT WAS WE MOSTLY COPED WELL, AT TIMES MAKING THE UNITED ATTACK LOOK ORDINARY. ALAS, WE GOT PUNISHED WHEN WE FELL ASLEEP. HARSH LESSONS BUT WE'LL LEARN FROM THEM. PLEASE CAN I GO BACK TO USING LOWER CASE NOW?[/p][/quote]HAVE WE BEEN RELEGATED STRASSIE?? YOU KNOWTHE RULES, WobblyCat
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8:00pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Biggles66 says...

I agree with all of the positive comments. Saints were awesome going forward today. Punch was superb as was Ricky and Lallana. Morgan was superb as was the up and coming Ward Prowse. However Fox had a shocker and so did Jose. Looking forward to the Arsenal game when hopefully we will have Gaston and Yoshi in the team. Be positive guys. The cream always rises to the top. COYR
I agree with all of the positive comments. Saints were awesome going forward today. Punch was superb as was Ricky and Lallana. Morgan was superb as was the up and coming Ward Prowse. However Fox had a shocker and so did Jose. Looking forward to the Arsenal game when hopefully we will have Gaston and Yoshi in the team. Be positive guys. The cream always rises to the top. COYR Biggles66
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8:04pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

WE HAVE BOTH WON IT ONCE, SAINTS MORE RECENTLY IN 1976. PORTSMOUTH WERE CHARGED AND CONVICTED OF STEALING THE FA CUP IN 2008. A LESSER CHARGE OF RAPING AND PILLAGING FOOTBALL WAS ALSO UPHELD. YOU HAVE A VERY PROUD HISTORY.
WE HAVE BOTH WON IT ONCE, SAINTS MORE RECENTLY IN 1976. PORTSMOUTH WERE CHARGED AND CONVICTED OF STEALING THE FA CUP IN 2008. A LESSER CHARGE OF RAPING AND PILLAGING FOOTBALL WAS ALSO UPHELD. YOU HAVE A VERY PROUD HISTORY. WobblyCat
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8:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Drunken Proletariat says...

We all knew we wouldn't win the title right... So like every single southampton FC season i can remember since the the late 80s I will only be concerned/optimistic come Christmas...........
.................if the Mayans let us have till Christmas oh dear................
....................
.still could be worse could die a Portsmouth supporter
We all knew we wouldn't win the title right... So like every single southampton FC season i can remember since the the late 80s I will only be concerned/optimistic come Christmas........... .................if the Mayans let us have till Christmas oh dear................ .................... .still could be worse could die a Portsmouth supporter Drunken Proletariat
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8:06pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

WobblyCat wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
WobblyCat wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Now a more considered response.

1. Proud, very proud.

I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right.

2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored).

3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw!

But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered.

In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space?

BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs.

Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.
Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox.
SORRY, IT'S THE BEER TALKING. WHAT I MEANT WAS WE MOSTLY COPED WELL, AT TIMES MAKING THE UNITED ATTACK LOOK ORDINARY. ALAS, WE GOT PUNISHED WHEN WE FELL ASLEEP. HARSH LESSONS BUT WE'LL LEARN FROM THEM.

PLEASE CAN I GO BACK TO USING LOWER CASE NOW?
HAVE WE BEEN RELEGATED STRASSIE?? YOU KNOWTHE RULES,
OH! OKAY! IF YOU INSIST!

BEFORE I TAKE A BREAK, A COUPLE OF POSITIVES.

1. REMEMBER THE LAST TIME WE PLAYED MANURE IN THE PREM? WHAT HAPPENED NEXT? 4 YEARS IN THE MIRE. TIMES HAVE CHANGED, JUST ASK PHYLIS AND HER MATES.

2. NOW WHAT WAS THE OTHER POSITIVE? UM, WHAT WAS IT? IT HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH, UM, PHYLIS AND HER MATES?


......... OH YES! 7 YEARS OF SAINTS BEING AWAY FROM THE BIG TIME? IT'LL BE A HELL OF A LOT LONGER BEFORE THE SKUNTS ARE BACK IN THE BIG TIME - IF EVER!!!!
[quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Now a more considered response. 1. Proud, very proud. I was surprised by the starting line up (again) and (again) Nigel got it right. 2. My Man of the match was Spiderman (edged out Punch, because he scored). 3. Having praised Nigel, I must say, I totally agree with those questioning the subs. I was a bit surprised with the bench, to be honest. So many attacking options and no Luke Shaw! But, I was sure Tad Lee would be the first on and Mayuka (being so new) wouldn't be risked. Re: Guly, I even said to my neighbour he wouldn't get on today because we needed players with pace and endless energy and that wasn't what he offered. In saying all that, the problems remain at the back. Clyne aside (who had the wrong boots on), I thought they all coped well, given that it wss Manure. However, we gifted 3 poor goals - at any level. From the corner which led to the last goal, why did JWP have to mark two players at such a crucial moment, allowing RVP so much free space? BUT, going back to my first point, any criticism of Nigel comes on the back of getting the starting line up right and, had we won (or drawn) we wouldn't be spending too long this PM questioning the subs. Harsh lessons are being learnt and there are a lot of positives to take into the break.[/p][/quote]Your comments about the defence are a bit muddled, coped well but gifted 3 poor goals. Wasn't too concerned about a new left back but can see why some dont like fox.[/p][/quote]SORRY, IT'S THE BEER TALKING. WHAT I MEANT WAS WE MOSTLY COPED WELL, AT TIMES MAKING THE UNITED ATTACK LOOK ORDINARY. ALAS, WE GOT PUNISHED WHEN WE FELL ASLEEP. HARSH LESSONS BUT WE'LL LEARN FROM THEM. PLEASE CAN I GO BACK TO USING LOWER CASE NOW?[/p][/quote]HAVE WE BEEN RELEGATED STRASSIE?? YOU KNOWTHE RULES,[/p][/quote]OH! OKAY! IF YOU INSIST! BEFORE I TAKE A BREAK, A COUPLE OF POSITIVES. 1. REMEMBER THE LAST TIME WE PLAYED MANURE IN THE PREM? WHAT HAPPENED NEXT? 4 YEARS IN THE MIRE. TIMES HAVE CHANGED, JUST ASK PHYLIS AND HER MATES. 2. NOW WHAT WAS THE OTHER POSITIVE? UM, WHAT WAS IT? IT HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH, UM, PHYLIS AND HER MATES? ......... OH YES! 7 YEARS OF SAINTS BEING AWAY FROM THE BIG TIME? IT'LL BE A HELL OF A LOT LONGER BEFORE THE SKUNTS ARE BACK IN THE BIG TIME - IF EVER!!!! Strasbourg Saint
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8:08pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Carinthian Saint says...

Saints played brilliantly. The starting 11 were excellent. Yes there were mistakes but they will be working on putting that right I'm sure. The end result though is really hard to take after that performance, especially conceding so close to Full Time aswell.

I'm sorry to say but I thought the sub changes made led to the end result. Really thought Lee would be brought on. Also at that stage of such an important fixture (I know every fixture is important though) I was hoping that Mayuka wouldn't be risked as not having much training time as yet. And Guly. I know we'd be running out of subs on the bench but deep down I was really hoping Guly wouldn't be used at that stage either. I had a sick feeling in my stomach when he came on that this wouldn't end well.

(Now here's my big) BUT.

In Saints we have a team who will be feared in the Premier League. They should take great pride from their performance today. I feel proud to be one of their supporters. In Nigel Adkins we have a great Manager. He will know what went right today and where things went wrong. And if mistakes were made you can be sure they won't be made again. I just pray that Nicola still believes that in Nigel we have the best man for the job and that he doesn't make any rash decisions. This is a work in progress and at the moment it's progressing well and will only improve. Together as one. Bring on the Gooners.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRMY!
Saints played brilliantly. The starting 11 were excellent. Yes there were mistakes but they will be working on putting that right I'm sure. The end result though is really hard to take after that performance, especially conceding so close to Full Time aswell. I'm sorry to say but I thought the sub changes made led to the end result. Really thought Lee would be brought on. Also at that stage of such an important fixture (I know every fixture is important though) I was hoping that Mayuka wouldn't be risked as not having much training time as yet. And Guly. I know we'd be running out of subs on the bench but deep down I was really hoping Guly wouldn't be used at that stage either. I had a sick feeling in my stomach when he came on that this wouldn't end well. (Now here's my big) BUT. In Saints we have a team who will be feared in the Premier League. They should take great pride from their performance today. I feel proud to be one of their supporters. In Nigel Adkins we have a great Manager. He will know what went right today and where things went wrong. And if mistakes were made you can be sure they won't be made again. I just pray that Nicola still believes that in Nigel we have the best man for the job and that he doesn't make any rash decisions. This is a work in progress and at the moment it's progressing well and will only improve. Together as one. Bring on the Gooners. RED ARRRRRRRRRRMY! Carinthian Saint
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8:08pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
WobblyCat wrote:
Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts. SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635 FUTURE... GREAT future... none Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write. WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's
scum fa cups 1 pfc loads lol enough said no history and your bog brush trophy
WE HAVE BOTH WON IT ONCE, SAINTS MORE RECENTLY IN 1976. PORTSMOUTH WERE CHARGED AND CONVICTED OF STEALING THE FA CUP IN 2008. A LESSER CHARGE OF RAPING AND PILLAGING FOOTBALL WAS ALSO UPHELD. YOU HAVE A VERY PROUD HISTORY.

I MEANT TO QUOTE YOU BUT FORGOT. WHEN YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE YOU FORGET STUFF
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: Lots of posturing on here, let's leave it to the facts. SAINTS... PREMIER LEAGUE portsmouth... division one SAINTS ATTENDANCE... 31,609 portsmouth attendance 12,635 FUTURE... GREAT future... none Go home boys, come back when you’ve grown some pubic hair and thought of something funny to write. WE F***ING OWN YOU AND YOU KNOW IT!! COYR's[/p][/quote]scum fa cups 1 pfc loads lol enough said no history and your bog brush trophy[/p][/quote]WE HAVE BOTH WON IT ONCE, SAINTS MORE RECENTLY IN 1976. PORTSMOUTH WERE CHARGED AND CONVICTED OF STEALING THE FA CUP IN 2008. A LESSER CHARGE OF RAPING AND PILLAGING FOOTBALL WAS ALSO UPHELD. YOU HAVE A VERY PROUD HISTORY. I MEANT TO QUOTE YOU BUT FORGOT. WHEN YOU'RE PREMIER LEAGUE YOU FORGET STUFF WobblyCat
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8:09pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Barcelona Saint says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo

lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2
You can't even beat Oldham, you Idiot! lmfao
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2[/p][/quote]You can't even beat Oldham, you Idiot! lmfao Barcelona Saint
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8:12pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo

lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2
JUST LIKE A SKATE TO STEP OUT ON HIS SISTER.
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2[/p][/quote]JUST LIKE A SKATE TO STEP OUT ON HIS SISTER. WobblyCat
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8:13pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Baddesley Bill says...

So...again we walk away from a massive game with our heads held high..but sadly none of the points we deserved.
For me, Lambert was a class above today...he gave Ferdinand a torrid time and "out bullied" Vidic's attempted bully-boy tactics. Easy to say now, but I think taking him and Puncheon off changed the game (Adam looked out on his feet imo....he'd given all).
All in all...we deserved more from the game, but United in the last 10 mins of any game are a machine.
If we can only put this level of effort in for the lessor games (and benefit from the newbies), I'm quite sure we'll be more than safe this season.
So...again we walk away from a massive game with our heads held high..but sadly none of the points we deserved. For me, Lambert was a class above today...he gave Ferdinand a torrid time and "out bullied" Vidic's attempted bully-boy tactics. Easy to say now, but I think taking him and Puncheon off changed the game (Adam looked out on his feet imo....he'd given all). All in all...we deserved more from the game, but United in the last 10 mins of any game are a machine. If we can only put this level of effort in for the lessor games (and benefit from the newbies), I'm quite sure we'll be more than safe this season. Baddesley Bill
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8:14pm Sun 2 Sep 12

sj1987 says...

come on guys lets forget the fact we lost to man u pompey have a big game this tuesday and guess what its on sky i know its hard to believe but its true if everyone tunes in we will get to see that big team from down the road you know the fa cup winners uefa cup qualifers (that are now in the bottom 4 of league 1) concede another goal to a guy called lee barnard i swear i have heard of that guy before pi$$ off you dirty skunts history is history what people care about is now bottom of the league yes but still higher than you lot so enjoy bournemuff skunts 0 bournemuff 3 enjoy
come on guys lets forget the fact we lost to man u pompey have a big game this tuesday and guess what its on sky i know its hard to believe but its true if everyone tunes in we will get to see that big team from down the road you know the fa cup winners uefa cup qualifers (that are now in the bottom 4 of league 1) concede another goal to a guy called lee barnard i swear i have heard of that guy before pi$$ off you dirty skunts history is history what people care about is now bottom of the league yes but still higher than you lot so enjoy bournemuff skunts 0 bournemuff 3 enjoy sj1987
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8:15pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SaintMark says...

Can someone please remind me what 2 - 10 = ?
Can someone please remind me what 2 - 10 = ? SaintMark
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8:17pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

MY GIRLFRIEND WHO IS SOUTH AFRICAN AND NOT MY SISTER WAS ENGROSSED IN THE GAME. THOUGH NOT A FOOTBALL FAN OR MY SISTER SHE FOUND IT VERY EXCITING. WE WILL ENTERTAIN AND JUST GET BETTER AS THE SEASON GOES ON. I WOULD JUST LIKE TO CLARIFY THAT MY GIRLFRIEND IS NOT MY SISTER.
MY GIRLFRIEND WHO IS SOUTH AFRICAN AND NOT MY SISTER WAS ENGROSSED IN THE GAME. THOUGH NOT A FOOTBALL FAN OR MY SISTER SHE FOUND IT VERY EXCITING. WE WILL ENTERTAIN AND JUST GET BETTER AS THE SEASON GOES ON. I WOULD JUST LIKE TO CLARIFY THAT MY GIRLFRIEND IS NOT MY SISTER. WobblyCat
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8:17pm Sun 2 Sep 12

sj1987 says...

still less than we have dirty skunts
still less than we have dirty skunts sj1987
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8:19pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

I DO HAVE A SISTER BUT SHE IS NOT MY GIRLFRIEND.
I DO HAVE A SISTER BUT SHE IS NOT MY GIRLFRIEND. WobblyCat
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8:21pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
So...again we walk away from a massive game with our heads held high..but sadly none of the points we deserved.
For me, Lambert was a class above today...he gave Ferdinand a torrid time and "out bullied" Vidic's attempted bully-boy tactics. Easy to say now, but I think taking him and Puncheon off changed the game (Adam looked out on his feet imo....he'd given all).
All in all...we deserved more from the game, but United in the last 10 mins of any game are a machine.
If we can only put this level of effort in for the lessor games (and benefit from the newbies), I'm quite sure we'll be more than safe this season.
COMPLETELY AGREE, HE OUT THOUGHT VIDIC. I THOUGHT RICKY, ADAM, JP AND SPIDER WERE CLASS.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: So...again we walk away from a massive game with our heads held high..but sadly none of the points we deserved. For me, Lambert was a class above today...he gave Ferdinand a torrid time and "out bullied" Vidic's attempted bully-boy tactics. Easy to say now, but I think taking him and Puncheon off changed the game (Adam looked out on his feet imo....he'd given all). All in all...we deserved more from the game, but United in the last 10 mins of any game are a machine. If we can only put this level of effort in for the lessor games (and benefit from the newbies), I'm quite sure we'll be more than safe this season.[/p][/quote]COMPLETELY AGREE, HE OUT THOUGHT VIDIC. I THOUGHT RICKY, ADAM, JP AND SPIDER WERE CLASS. WobblyCat
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8:23pm Sun 2 Sep 12

FreeNelsonMantle says...

doos wrote:
Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Yeah and it was all with players you couldnt afford, and now have no future. Enjoy your 10 point deduction.
At best, you will survive with an owner who will end up still fcuking you over.

Havant and waterlooville till you die!
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]Yeah and it was all with players you couldnt afford, and now have no future. Enjoy your 10 point deduction. At best, you will survive with an owner who will end up still fcuking you over. Havant and waterlooville till you die! FreeNelsonMantle
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8:23pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

sj1987 wrote:
come on guys lets forget the fact we lost to man u pompey have a big game this tuesday and guess what its on sky i know its hard to believe but its true if everyone tunes in we will get to see that big team from down the road you know the fa cup winners uefa cup qualifers (that are now in the bottom 4 of league 1) concede another goal to a guy called lee barnard i swear i have heard of that guy before pi$$ off you dirty skunts history is history what people care about is now bottom of the league yes but still higher than you lot so enjoy bournemuff skunts 0 bournemuff 3 enjoy
ON SKY? OH I LOVE THE COMEDY CHANNEL! YOU PUT A PONY IN YOUR POCKET......
[quote][p][bold]sj1987[/bold] wrote: come on guys lets forget the fact we lost to man u pompey have a big game this tuesday and guess what its on sky i know its hard to believe but its true if everyone tunes in we will get to see that big team from down the road you know the fa cup winners uefa cup qualifers (that are now in the bottom 4 of league 1) concede another goal to a guy called lee barnard i swear i have heard of that guy before pi$$ off you dirty skunts history is history what people care about is now bottom of the league yes but still higher than you lot so enjoy bournemuff skunts 0 bournemuff 3 enjoy[/p][/quote]ON SKY? OH I LOVE THE COMEDY CHANNEL! YOU PUT A PONY IN YOUR POCKET...... WobblyCat
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8:25pm Sun 2 Sep 12

circa 66 saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
popper wrote:
doos wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away
fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol
1976? You illiterate idiot.
what a skunt cannot understand and never will
we played well but lost but still be happy
SKUNTS just play crap all the time and we are still happy
CHAINRAI RULES
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]popper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away[/p][/quote]fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol[/p][/quote]1976? You illiterate idiot.[/p][/quote]what a skunt cannot understand and never will we played well but lost but still be happy SKUNTS just play crap all the time and we are still happy CHAINRAI RULES circa 66 saint
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8:26pm Sun 2 Sep 12

SOULJACKER says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo

lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2
Hahaha,

I laid down with your backward retard sister earlier (after your one eyed Mom).....she said I was a better lay than you.....what was it she said.....oh yeah, it is always better with someone that you aren't related to....I do hate sh@gging my brother (guess that's you)....nob head :P
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: right iamof to see your mum , me dad just had her we will send her back to you f@uk like your sh@t team well have a lovely week signing on and nowing you rock bottom lolololololololololo lololololol 3-2-3-2-3-2-3-2[/p][/quote]Hahaha, I laid down with your backward retard sister earlier (after your one eyed Mom).....she said I was a better lay than you.....what was it she said.....oh yeah, it is always better with someone that you aren't related to....I do hate sh@gging my brother (guess that's you)....nob head :P SOULJACKER
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8:27pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Alfie T says...

Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith.
Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith. Alfie T
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8:33pm Sun 2 Sep 12

sj1987 says...

the comedy channel oh thats what the other 8,000 skunts are watching on a saturday are they doing re runs of boatengs penalty in the fa cup final god that was a embarrassing day
the comedy channel oh thats what the other 8,000 skunts are watching on a saturday are they doing re runs of boatengs penalty in the fa cup final god that was a embarrassing day sj1987
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8:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintmicky says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same
is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad saintmicky
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8:38pm Sun 2 Sep 12

TEBOURBA says...

Saints should immediately revert back to their traditional kit of red and white striped shirts and black shorts,which is "The Saints", known throughout the Country, the kit graced by the likes of Paine, Channon, Le Tiss, Ball, Keegan, etc. and condemn the character less new kit to the dustbin.
They won't win a game wearing the Liverpool look-a-like rubbish, adopted just to make money out of the fans.
Saints should immediately revert back to their traditional kit of red and white striped shirts and black shorts,which is "The Saints", known throughout the Country, the kit graced by the likes of Paine, Channon, Le Tiss, Ball, Keegan, etc. and condemn the character less new kit to the dustbin. They won't win a game wearing the Liverpool look-a-like rubbish, adopted just to make money out of the fans. TEBOURBA
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8:38pm Sun 2 Sep 12

TEBOURBA says...

Saints should immediately revert back to their traditional kit of red and white striped shirts and black shorts,which is "The Saints", known throughout the Country, the kit graced by the likes of Paine, Channon, Le Tiss, Ball, Keegan, etc. and condemn the character less new kit to the dustbin.
They won't win a game wearing the Liverpool look-a-like rubbish, adopted just to make money out of the fans.
Saints should immediately revert back to their traditional kit of red and white striped shirts and black shorts,which is "The Saints", known throughout the Country, the kit graced by the likes of Paine, Channon, Le Tiss, Ball, Keegan, etc. and condemn the character less new kit to the dustbin. They won't win a game wearing the Liverpool look-a-like rubbish, adopted just to make money out of the fans. TEBOURBA
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8:43pm Sun 2 Sep 12

billythesaint says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Saints should immediately revert back to their traditional kit of red and white striped shirts and black shorts,which is "The Saints", known throughout the Country, the kit graced by the likes of Paine, Channon, Le Tiss, Ball, Keegan, etc. and condemn the character less new kit to the dustbin.
They won't win a game wearing the Liverpool look-a-like rubbish, adopted just to make money out of the fans.
Bell end. Think before you drink before you post.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Saints should immediately revert back to their traditional kit of red and white striped shirts and black shorts,which is "The Saints", known throughout the Country, the kit graced by the likes of Paine, Channon, Le Tiss, Ball, Keegan, etc. and condemn the character less new kit to the dustbin. They won't win a game wearing the Liverpool look-a-like rubbish, adopted just to make money out of the fans.[/p][/quote]Bell end. Think before you drink before you post. billythesaint
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8:50pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thornhill Saint says...

saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same
is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
Just saying that some fans booed Puncheon, now they pick on Guly. I hope it is not a trend. The rest of your post is the same old irrational cr@p about one of our players and it is boringa as it is counterproductive.

A little arrogant of you also to claim to represent the view of the majority of "REAL" fans tw@t.
[quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]Just saying that some fans booed Puncheon, now they pick on Guly. I hope it is not a trend. The rest of your post is the same old irrational cr@p about one of our players and it is boringa as it is counterproductive. A little arrogant of you also to claim to represent the view of the majority of "REAL" fans tw@t. Thornhill Saint
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8:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same
is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
WHAT AN UTTERLY SCANDALOUS POST!! UPPER OR LOWER CASE YOU ARE A COMPLETE MORON. MOST EMBARASSING POST OF THE NIGHT, AND LOOK WHAT YOU'RE UP AGAINST!!!
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]WHAT AN UTTERLY SCANDALOUS POST!! UPPER OR LOWER CASE YOU ARE A COMPLETE MORON. MOST EMBARASSING POST OF THE NIGHT, AND LOOK WHAT YOU'RE UP AGAINST!!! WobblyCat
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8:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

kissmya%% says...

Alfie T wrote:
Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith.
yea cheers alfie ,we just go to keep knocking on the door ! good luck for your season .
[quote][p][bold]Alfie T[/bold] wrote: Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith.[/p][/quote]yea cheers alfie ,we just go to keep knocking on the door ! good luck for your season . kissmya%%
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8:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

TEBOURBA says...

Better watch out NA, played three lost three, eight goals conceded, nil points, rock bottom!!!!!!
Understandable perhaps against Man C and Man U, but Wigan at home?? AP had a much better record when he was bombed out.
Get back to the red and white stripes before it's too late for you and the team!!!!
Better watch out NA, played three lost three, eight goals conceded, nil points, rock bottom!!!!!! Understandable perhaps against Man C and Man U, but Wigan at home?? AP had a much better record when he was bombed out. Get back to the red and white stripes before it's too late for you and the team!!!! TEBOURBA
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8:55pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Skating on thin ice says...

Fair play, credit where credit is due. There are many positives that you can take from today's game.

1. The crowd. As the game was oh so totally utterly sold out to capacity, just 1000 empty seats is a very good performance.

2. The crowd. Most of them stayed until the 89th minute this time!! Good, they are learning.

3. The substitutions. Pure genius from Twadkins. A winning position against the champions-elect, turned into a loss within a few minutes. Arry will not make mistakes like that when he is manager next week.

4. The League position. Only 1 point behind Liverpool after 3 games. You'd certainly have taken that 2 weeks ago if it had been offered to you.
Fair play, credit where credit is due. There are many positives that you can take from today's game. 1. The crowd. As the game was oh so totally utterly sold out to capacity, just 1000 empty seats is a very good performance. 2. The crowd. Most of them stayed until the 89th minute this time!! Good, they are learning. 3. The substitutions. Pure genius from Twadkins. A winning position against the champions-elect, turned into a loss within a few minutes. Arry will not make mistakes like that when he is manager next week. 4. The League position. Only 1 point behind Liverpool after 3 games. You'd certainly have taken that 2 weeks ago if it had been offered to you. Skating on thin ice
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8:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

bluewhiteandred says...

heineken probably the best beer in the world

southampton probably the worst premier team in the world
heineken probably the best beer in the world southampton probably the worst premier team in the world bluewhiteandred
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8:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Skating on thin ice says...

Oh, in case you haven't noticed:

Nul points
Oh, in case you haven't noticed: Nul points Skating on thin ice
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9:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

loosehead says...

Why did he take off the front three? they were giving United all sorts of problems.
I wrote before & said we needed to strengthen our defence & was told I didn't know what I was talking about so why wasn't there no one marking Van Persie I saw a defender make a late attempt but it was only half hearted.
it's okay spending money on the front & midfield but we need to replace Fontaine quickly.
we had this game won our front three had Man U at sixes & sevens he took them off for faster players to break out of defence? surely having the ball up there end was the best form of defence?
Why did he take off the front three? they were giving United all sorts of problems. I wrote before & said we needed to strengthen our defence & was told I didn't know what I was talking about so why wasn't there no one marking Van Persie I saw a defender make a late attempt but it was only half hearted. it's okay spending money on the front & midfield but we need to replace Fontaine quickly. we had this game won our front three had Man U at sixes & sevens he took them off for faster players to break out of defence? surely having the ball up there end was the best form of defence? loosehead
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9:04pm Sun 2 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
Oh, in case you haven't noticed:

Nul points
NIL MONEY, NIL INTERESTED BUYERS WITH CASH AND MINUS EIGHT POINTS. KEEP EM COMING.
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: Oh, in case you haven't noticed: Nul points[/p][/quote]NIL MONEY, NIL INTERESTED BUYERS WITH CASH AND MINUS EIGHT POINTS. KEEP EM COMING. WobblyCat
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9:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thornhill Saint says...

WobblyCat wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same
is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
WHAT AN UTTERLY SCANDALOUS POST!! UPPER OR LOWER CASE YOU ARE A COMPLETE MORON. MOST EMBARASSING POST OF THE NIGHT, AND LOOK WHAT YOU'RE UP AGAINST!!!
Thanks for the constructive feedback buddy! Not sure who's the moron here.

Also not too sure you mean about what I am "up against", but Ibet it's really really scary or something.
[quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]WHAT AN UTTERLY SCANDALOUS POST!! UPPER OR LOWER CASE YOU ARE A COMPLETE MORON. MOST EMBARASSING POST OF THE NIGHT, AND LOOK WHAT YOU'RE UP AGAINST!!![/p][/quote]Thanks for the constructive feedback buddy! Not sure who's the moron here. Also not too sure you mean about what I am "up against", but Ibet it's really really scary or something. Thornhill Saint
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9:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

bluewhiteandred says...

DERBY COUNTY FANS ARE TAKING GREAT INTEREST IN SAINTS RESULTS WHY ?

Derby were officially relegated on 29 March after their 2–2 home draw with fellow strugglers Fulham and Birmingham City's 3–1 victory over Manchester City left them 19 points away from safety with only 6 games left. This made Derby the first club in Premiership history to be relegated in March and only the second in post-war English Football league history. They also accumulated the league's lowest points total since the introduction of 3 points for a win with just 11 points, as well as the record for the fewest wins in a Premier League season with just 1 victory in 38 games
DERBY COUNTY FANS ARE TAKING GREAT INTEREST IN SAINTS RESULTS WHY ? Derby were officially relegated on 29 March after their 2–2 home draw with fellow strugglers Fulham and Birmingham City's 3–1 victory over Manchester City left them 19 points away from safety with only 6 games left. This made Derby the first club in Premiership history to be relegated in March and only the second in post-war English Football league history.[1] They also accumulated the league's lowest points total since the introduction of 3 points for a win with just 11 points, as well as the record for the fewest wins in a Premier League season with just 1 victory in 38 games bluewhiteandred
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9:07pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintsupnorth says...

Its amazing how a little pressure and people start moaning, what do people think that we were gonna walk into the premier league and win all the time?. We are Playing with a team that is made up from the Championship, yet it shows we can go up against the 2 best clubs in the world and get a positive out of it. Wigan i thought we would lose, mainly because we played like mad at City so fitness was an issue. But i am Positive now that these games are done, New Experienced Defender coming in to sure up our Defence, New World Class Attacking Midfielder to Add pace and give Service, Then a new Pacey Forward. Hell Arsenal gonna be a walk in the park compared to the last 3 games we have just had!!!
Its amazing how a little pressure and people start moaning, what do people think that we were gonna walk into the premier league and win all the time?. We are Playing with a team that is made up from the Championship, yet it shows we can go up against the 2 best clubs in the world and get a positive out of it. Wigan i thought we would lose, mainly because we played like mad at City so fitness was an issue. But i am Positive now that these games are done, New Experienced Defender coming in to sure up our Defence, New World Class Attacking Midfielder to Add pace and give Service, Then a new Pacey Forward. Hell Arsenal gonna be a walk in the park compared to the last 3 games we have just had!!! saintsupnorth
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9:07pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Baddesley Bill says...

loosehead wrote:
Why did he take off the front three? they were giving United all sorts of problems.
I wrote before & said we needed to strengthen our defence & was told I didn't know what I was talking about so why wasn't there no one marking Van Persie I saw a defender make a late attempt but it was only half hearted.
it's okay spending money on the front & midfield but we need to replace Fontaine quickly.
we had this game won our front three had Man U at sixes & sevens he took them off for faster players to break out of defence? surely having the ball up there end was the best form of defence?
Fontaine???? You don't know what you're talking about!!! :O)
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Why did he take off the front three? they were giving United all sorts of problems. I wrote before & said we needed to strengthen our defence & was told I didn't know what I was talking about so why wasn't there no one marking Van Persie I saw a defender make a late attempt but it was only half hearted. it's okay spending money on the front & midfield but we need to replace Fontaine quickly. we had this game won our front three had Man U at sixes & sevens he took them off for faster players to break out of defence? surely having the ball up there end was the best form of defence?[/p][/quote]Fontaine???? You don't know what you're talking about!!! :O) Baddesley Bill
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9:10pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Baddesley Bill says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
DERBY COUNTY FANS ARE TAKING GREAT INTEREST IN SAINTS RESULTS WHY ?

Derby were officially relegated on 29 March after their 2–2 home draw with fellow strugglers Fulham and Birmingham City's 3–1 victory over Manchester City left them 19 points away from safety with only 6 games left. This made Derby the first club in Premiership history to be relegated in March and only the second in post-war English Football league history. They also accumulated the league's lowest points total since the introduction of 3 points for a win with just 11 points, as well as the record for the fewest wins in a Premier League season with just 1 victory in 38 games
Their coming for you, their coming for you...the mighty Crawley are coming for you! :O)
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: DERBY COUNTY FANS ARE TAKING GREAT INTEREST IN SAINTS RESULTS WHY ? Derby were officially relegated on 29 March after their 2–2 home draw with fellow strugglers Fulham and Birmingham City's 3–1 victory over Manchester City left them 19 points away from safety with only 6 games left. This made Derby the first club in Premiership history to be relegated in March and only the second in post-war English Football league history.[1] They also accumulated the league's lowest points total since the introduction of 3 points for a win with just 11 points, as well as the record for the fewest wins in a Premier League season with just 1 victory in 38 games[/p][/quote]Their coming for you, their coming for you...the mighty Crawley are coming for you! :O) Baddesley Bill
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9:15pm Sun 2 Sep 12

loosehead says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Why did he take off the front three? they were giving United all sorts of problems.
I wrote before & said we needed to strengthen our defence & was told I didn't know what I was talking about so why wasn't there no one marking Van Persie I saw a defender make a late attempt but it was only half hearted.
it's okay spending money on the front & midfield but we need to replace Fontaine quickly.
we had this game won our front three had Man U at sixes & sevens he took them off for faster players to break out of defence? surely having the ball up there end was the best form of defence?
Fontaine???? You don't know what you're talking about!!! :O)
Sorry typed in the wrong name I meant Fonte
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Why did he take off the front three? they were giving United all sorts of problems. I wrote before & said we needed to strengthen our defence & was told I didn't know what I was talking about so why wasn't there no one marking Van Persie I saw a defender make a late attempt but it was only half hearted. it's okay spending money on the front & midfield but we need to replace Fontaine quickly. we had this game won our front three had Man U at sixes & sevens he took them off for faster players to break out of defence? surely having the ball up there end was the best form of defence?[/p][/quote]Fontaine???? You don't know what you're talking about!!! :O)[/p][/quote]Sorry typed in the wrong name I meant Fonte loosehead
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9:31pm Sun 2 Sep 12

StHuey says...

A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR StHuey
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9:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Paul TS says...

Alfie T wrote:
Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith.
Cheers Alfie, nice to see a fellow supporter on here of another team who has some sense! Think we need to learn from these first three games, or shoulld I say Nigel needs to learn pretty quickly. Good luck to to the seagulls for the season.
[quote][p][bold]Alfie T[/bold] wrote: Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith.[/p][/quote]Cheers Alfie, nice to see a fellow supporter on here of another team who has some sense! Think we need to learn from these first three games, or shoulld I say Nigel needs to learn pretty quickly. Good luck to to the seagulls for the season. Paul TS
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9:37pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintsupnorth says...

StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
Could not agree More, everyone thinks there Better than Sir Alex when it comes to Games like this. Yet there not the ones in the managers seat, who have all the facts.
[quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]Could not agree More, everyone thinks there Better than Sir Alex when it comes to Games like this. Yet there not the ones in the managers seat, who have all the facts. saintsupnorth
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9:40pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers.
oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day.
and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today!
i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.
[quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good. saintshorse101
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9:41pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Paul TS says...

StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
StHuey. I was very proud of our team today, bit like when we played City. However from going from great in the first half of the Wigan game to poor in the second half, we do need to be realistic and I think Cortese wont fancy us bouncing straight back to the championship next season. We need to finish off teams when we are in the lead, no matter who they are, unfortunately a couple of players have recently been consistent in mistakes that have cost us points, Nigel as our manager, no ,matter how great he is, will I'm sure take his share of blame. But we now have the backing, facilities and potential to do a lot more in this league than we have done in the last three games and I am certain that we will. Personally just venting my frustration that we threw another win away to another top two team in the premiership and I just believe that we can do a lot more than the odds on who drops out of the premierleague this season show! COYR's!!
[quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]StHuey. I was very proud of our team today, bit like when we played City. However from going from great in the first half of the Wigan game to poor in the second half, we do need to be realistic and I think Cortese wont fancy us bouncing straight back to the championship next season. We need to finish off teams when we are in the lead, no matter who they are, unfortunately a couple of players have recently been consistent in mistakes that have cost us points, Nigel as our manager, no ,matter how great he is, will I'm sure take his share of blame. But we now have the backing, facilities and potential to do a lot more in this league than we have done in the last three games and I am certain that we will. Personally just venting my frustration that we threw another win away to another top two team in the premiership and I just believe that we can do a lot more than the odds on who drops out of the premierleague this season show! COYR's!! Paul TS
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9:43pm Sun 2 Sep 12

slugger says...

StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud !
[quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud ! slugger
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9:47pm Sun 2 Sep 12

AndyT in Salt Lake City, USA says...

Once again I thought we were fantastic and deserved something from the game. I too thought the substitutions cost us the game, and can't understand why Chaplow wasn't on the bench. Would have much rather seen him on than Guly, but there you go.
Thought Lallana, Rickie and Puncheon were class today, JWP has come of age and S Davis was solid. My biggest concern is Fonte - he was beaten to the ball for the 3rd and doesn't seem to have the confidence. Kelvin makes me nervous too, but what can you say about a keeper that's saved 2 penalties already.
I'm not concerned about 0 points yet - today showed we can compete in this division. I can't wait to see Ramirez and Yoshida in the team. I think (hope) the performance against Wigan is the exception and not the norm.
Once again I thought we were fantastic and deserved something from the game. I too thought the substitutions cost us the game, and can't understand why Chaplow wasn't on the bench. Would have much rather seen him on than Guly, but there you go. Thought Lallana, Rickie and Puncheon were class today, JWP has come of age and S Davis was solid. My biggest concern is Fonte - he was beaten to the ball for the 3rd and doesn't seem to have the confidence. Kelvin makes me nervous too, but what can you say about a keeper that's saved 2 penalties already. I'm not concerned about 0 points yet - today showed we can compete in this division. I can't wait to see Ramirez and Yoshida in the team. I think (hope) the performance against Wigan is the exception and not the norm. AndyT in Salt Lake City, USA
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9:50pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.
sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100%
i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment!
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.[/p][/quote]sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment! saintshorse101
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9:50pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintsupnorth says...

slugger wrote:
StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud !
I have done a 400 mile round trip today to watch saints play for the first time, and it was out of this world. Thought we were excellent. Then i come on to read the comments and there is nothing but moaning and slagging off.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud ![/p][/quote]I have done a 400 mile round trip today to watch saints play for the first time, and it was out of this world. Thought we were excellent. Then i come on to read the comments and there is nothing but moaning and slagging off. saintsupnorth
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9:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

F Fan says...

Terrific game if a gut wrenching end. Ward-Prowse and Morgan our top two for me, although I thought only Fox was poor – haven’t seen the TV coverage yet so don’t know what role Fonte played in their last two goals.

Scholes made the difference for them when he came on – wonder if we should have man marked him. Was surprised we had no midfielders on the bench – would have been handy for exactly that role.

Nonsense to think that you can leave the same 11 on the field in the Premiership but I didn’t get putting Rodriguez out wide and Mayuka through the middle – surely it should have been the other way round if that is who he wanted to put on. Nothing wrong with Gully for Puncheon either if the latter was knackered but, again, where was the midfielder on the bench if the intention was to go more defensive.

But no complaints, we played well and could have gone on and won if we took some of the chances at 2-1. But we didn’t and they had Van Persie – what a player he is.

Overall I am encouraged that we can compete at this level and Ward-Prowse was a revelation – the complete midfield player at such an early age.

Fascinating that 7 of those who played today were playing for us in the third tier 2 years ago. Pardew and Adkins have done very well to buy and/or bring on these players.
Terrific game if a gut wrenching end. Ward-Prowse and Morgan our top two for me, although I thought only Fox was poor – haven’t seen the TV coverage yet so don’t know what role Fonte played in their last two goals. Scholes made the difference for them when he came on – wonder if we should have man marked him. Was surprised we had no midfielders on the bench – would have been handy for exactly that role. Nonsense to think that you can leave the same 11 on the field in the Premiership but I didn’t get putting Rodriguez out wide and Mayuka through the middle – surely it should have been the other way round if that is who he wanted to put on. Nothing wrong with Gully for Puncheon either if the latter was knackered but, again, where was the midfielder on the bench if the intention was to go more defensive. But no complaints, we played well and could have gone on and won if we took some of the chances at 2-1. But we didn’t and they had Van Persie – what a player he is. Overall I am encouraged that we can compete at this level and Ward-Prowse was a revelation – the complete midfield player at such an early age. Fascinating that 7 of those who played today were playing for us in the third tier 2 years ago. Pardew and Adkins have done very well to buy and/or bring on these players. F Fan
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9:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

popper says...

one team in hampshire pfc wrote:
popper wrote:
doos wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!!
Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away
fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol
Hmmmm, "fa cup winners what have you one". One!!!! One!!!!! Im losing the will to live here.
Do you mean Won? I know they sound the same and it must be hard for you that actually words that sound the same may not be spelt the same.
With words from Shawshank....
Boggs: Where do you get this sh**?
Andy Dufresne: I read it. You know how to read (spell), you ignorant f***?
So Bye Bye Boggs
[quote][p][bold]one team in hampshire pfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]popper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Little dog who won the FA Cup. Didnt choke on our Championship title, FA Cup finalists, Didnt lose their Uefa cup qualifier, Drew with Inter Milan and made them bring on Ronaldino and Enzagi. Hope your next few years are as much fun!!![/p][/quote]Yep and you got that by cheating. Pure and simple and in the end life catches up with you. I never used to hate pompey but because you cheated i really pray that your team goes out of existence. You have no sense. Many years in the premiership and you have nothing to show for it. Nothing, part from some fading memories that were gained by cheating. Your city doesnt deserve a team. Its a cr*p hole and i really do hope you go like rangers, except you wont come back. God i so hope so. And if we do go down, which we might, the foundation is there for years. Smart, cleaver, honest people not chaeting bigoted thick people who live 20 miles away[/p][/quote]fa cup winners what have you one my poney shunter ummmmm sweet fa comes to mind lololol[/p][/quote]Hmmmm, "fa cup winners what have you one". One!!!! One!!!!! Im losing the will to live here. Do you mean Won? I know they sound the same and it must be hard for you that actually words that sound the same may not be spelt the same. With words from Shawshank.... Boggs: Where do you get this sh**? Andy Dufresne: I read it. You know how to read (spell), you ignorant f***? So Bye Bye Boggs popper
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9:55pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

shock news!!!!!!
guly has been found guilty of starting world war 1, world war 2 and the great fire of london!
the great majority of real saints fans now expect nigel adkins to send guly to notts forest and bring billy back.
shock news!!!!!! guly has been found guilty of starting world war 1, world war 2 and the great fire of london! the great majority of real saints fans now expect nigel adkins to send guly to notts forest and bring billy back. saintshorse101
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9:56pm Sun 2 Sep 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

slugger wrote:
StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud !
I was there and loved the game but when punch and adam went off I said straight away not sure about this?? I have never slagged Nigel before he is a great manager but I AM allowed to comment if i disagree it is a free country isnt it? and if any **** says i should support the skunts for voicing an opinion look out
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud ![/p][/quote]I was there and loved the game but when punch and adam went off I said straight away not sure about this?? I have never slagged Nigel before he is a great manager but I AM allowed to comment if i disagree it is a free country isnt it? and if any **** says i should support the skunts for voicing an opinion look out worried of n e hampshire
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9:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

F Fan says...

StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
Spot on
[quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]Spot on F Fan
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9:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

slugger says...

saintsupnorth wrote:
slugger wrote:
StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud !
I have done a 400 mile round trip today to watch saints play for the first time, and it was out of this world. Thought we were excellent. Then i come on to read the comments and there is nothing but moaning and slagging off.
thing is that we all make our own minds up , i say again that in my experience the vast majority of fans that were actually there were gutted but proud ........... fair play for the 400 mile round trip ...... bet you do it again !
[quote][p][bold]saintsupnorth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud ![/p][/quote]I have done a 400 mile round trip today to watch saints play for the first time, and it was out of this world. Thought we were excellent. Then i come on to read the comments and there is nothing but moaning and slagging off.[/p][/quote]thing is that we all make our own minds up , i say again that in my experience the vast majority of fans that were actually there were gutted but proud ........... fair play for the 400 mile round trip ...... bet you do it again ! slugger
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9:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

#sevennationarmy says...

I can't see you getting out of the bottom 3. It's all good looking half sensible moving forward, but if you can't defend........ 8 goals in 3 matches, 2 of which were home games. No points, it's not good enough. Fair enough you've played City and Utd but you can't defend. Back to the Championship with QPhaha and Norwich.
I can't see you getting out of the bottom 3. It's all good looking half sensible moving forward, but if you can't defend........ 8 goals in 3 matches, 2 of which were home games. No points, it's not good enough. Fair enough you've played City and Utd but you can't defend. Back to the Championship with QPhaha and Norwich. #sevennationarmy
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10:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintsupnorth says...

slugger wrote:
saintsupnorth wrote:
slugger wrote:
StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud !
I have done a 400 mile round trip today to watch saints play for the first time, and it was out of this world. Thought we were excellent. Then i come on to read the comments and there is nothing but moaning and slagging off.
thing is that we all make our own minds up , i say again that in my experience the vast majority of fans that were actually there were gutted but proud ........... fair play for the 400 mile round trip ...... bet you do it again !
Totally tired now, but would not have missed it for the world!! Gonna try for a few more Sunday Games from now on.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintsupnorth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud ![/p][/quote]I have done a 400 mile round trip today to watch saints play for the first time, and it was out of this world. Thought we were excellent. Then i come on to read the comments and there is nothing but moaning and slagging off.[/p][/quote]thing is that we all make our own minds up , i say again that in my experience the vast majority of fans that were actually there were gutted but proud ........... fair play for the 400 mile round trip ...... bet you do it again ![/p][/quote]Totally tired now, but would not have missed it for the world!! Gonna try for a few more Sunday Games from now on. saintsupnorth
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10:02pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thornhill Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.
sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100%
i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment!
If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum.

I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree.

If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator.

The rest of your post was bang on!
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.[/p][/quote]sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment![/p][/quote]If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum. I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree. If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator. The rest of your post was bang on! Thornhill Saint
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10:03pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Drunken Proletariat says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
DERBY COUNTY FANS ARE TAKING GREAT INTEREST IN SAINTS RESULTS WHY ?

Derby were officially relegated on 29 March after their 2–2 home draw with fellow strugglers Fulham and Birmingham City's 3–1 victory over Manchester City left them 19 points away from safety with only 6 games left. This made Derby the first club in Premiership history to be relegated in March and only the second in post-war English Football league history. They also accumulated the league's lowest points total since the introduction of 3 points for a win with just 11 points, as well as the record for the fewest wins in a Premier League season with just 1 victory in 38 games
Portsmouth FC have been declined a Children in need fund raising pack.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: DERBY COUNTY FANS ARE TAKING GREAT INTEREST IN SAINTS RESULTS WHY ? Derby were officially relegated on 29 March after their 2–2 home draw with fellow strugglers Fulham and Birmingham City's 3–1 victory over Manchester City left them 19 points away from safety with only 6 games left. This made Derby the first club in Premiership history to be relegated in March and only the second in post-war English Football league history.[1] They also accumulated the league's lowest points total since the introduction of 3 points for a win with just 11 points, as well as the record for the fewest wins in a Premier League season with just 1 victory in 38 games[/p][/quote]Portsmouth FC have been declined a Children in need fund raising pack. Drunken Proletariat
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10:03pm Sun 2 Sep 12

slugger says...

worried of n e hampshire wrote:
slugger wrote:
StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud !
I was there and loved the game but when punch and adam went off I said straight away not sure about this?? I have never slagged Nigel before he is a great manager but I AM allowed to comment if i disagree it is a free country isnt it? and if any **** says i should support the skunts for voicing an opinion look out
lol , opinnions are great , slagging for the sake of it (you know who you are) is the sign of an unrealistic fan (imo)
[quote][p][bold]worried of n e hampshire[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]couldn't agree more sthuey ......... thing is that the majority of the neg heads on here don't actually attend ....... the vast majority of us that were there were gutted but still applauded our team off the pitch ........... gutted but proud ![/p][/quote]I was there and loved the game but when punch and adam went off I said straight away not sure about this?? I have never slagged Nigel before he is a great manager but I AM allowed to comment if i disagree it is a free country isnt it? and if any **** says i should support the skunts for voicing an opinion look out[/p][/quote]lol , opinnions are great , slagging for the sake of it (you know who you are) is the sign of an unrealistic fan (imo) slugger
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10:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

DisplacedFan says...

There are many positives to take from this game. I am not worried about staying up. We will be fine. As always, make adjustments and move on.
There are many positives to take from this game. I am not worried about staying up. We will be fine. As always, make adjustments and move on. DisplacedFan
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10:09pm Sun 2 Sep 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

slugger I hope you don't mean me?
slugger I hope you don't mean me? worried of n e hampshire
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10:10pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintsupnorth says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
There are many positives to take from this game. I am not worried about staying up. We will be fine. As always, make adjustments and move on.
Hang on a minute, Is DisplacedFan none other than Nigel Adkins, sounds just like what he would say.
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: There are many positives to take from this game. I am not worried about staying up. We will be fine. As always, make adjustments and move on.[/p][/quote]Hang on a minute, Is DisplacedFan none other than Nigel Adkins, sounds just like what he would say. saintsupnorth
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10:15pm Sun 2 Sep 12

slugger says...

worried of n e hampshire wrote:
slugger I hope you don't mean me?
of course not ...... i mean the numpties !
[quote][p][bold]worried of n e hampshire[/bold] wrote: slugger I hope you don't mean me?[/p][/quote]of course not ...... i mean the numpties ! slugger
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10:21pm Sun 2 Sep 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

slugger wrote:
worried of n e hampshire wrote:
slugger I hope you don't mean me?
of course not ...... i mean the numpties !
were all fired up today!!
got a ticket in the gooner end for our next instalment that's going to be difficult!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]worried of n e hampshire[/bold] wrote: slugger I hope you don't mean me?[/p][/quote]of course not ...... i mean the numpties ![/p][/quote]were all fired up today!! got a ticket in the gooner end for our next instalment that's going to be difficult! worried of n e hampshire
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10:25pm Sun 2 Sep 12

skin2000 says...

StHuey wrote:
A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling.
We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game.
It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making.
We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation?
It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here.
Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today.
The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season.
It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team.
Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour.

COYR
Football all about opinions, so you shoudn't too ashamed.
[quote][p][bold]StHuey[/bold] wrote: A lot of my fellow Saints fans posting on here make me ashamed to be classed in the same bracket with you. Your narrow vision and selective viewing from today's game is appalling. We played a blinder today and every one of our players gave his all, each one making a number of telling contributions throughout the game. It was a case of fine margins for how we lost today and it wasn't the fault of any of the subs or any of our players in particular and it was certainly nothing to do with our manager's decision making. We were on the back foot before the subs were made for reasons that are more than things within Saints control. Ferguson knows a few things about winning games too, or do all the know alls on here think his team didn't come into the equation? It might be easier to try and pin the blame on a specific player or on a specific decision, but it isn't like that and that is why I am eternally grateful that Adkins is our manager rather than any of you posters on here. Adkins was imploring the team to push out towards the end, before the substitutions, and not get pegged into their area but they couldn't do it. He had to change something and freshen up the attack. Sadly, it wasn't quite enough, but we will learn from it and we will get better at dominating the best teams in the land, which we demonstrated we can do today. The fans of the most successful clubs get behind their team no matter what. Perhaps if more Saints fans could get some perspective and not want to throw the baby out with the bath water just because we tired and made a few mistakes in the closing stages of the game, there is a chance that we could join that elite. I bet if Man Utd had lost today, their fans wouldn't have gone straight on to the fan sites berating Ferguson and his team, because they know one blip does not make a season. It takes more than a good team, a good manager and a good chairman to be successful. It takes committed supportive fans to make it work. So perhaps you could all try and remember that next time things don't go our way or you don't agree with a decision or an action. Reserve your judgement until the end of the season and until then, zip it, find the positives and get behind the team. Remember In Adkins we Trust? I do and if you don't, go and watch the Skates instead, it would do us all a favour. COYR[/p][/quote]Football all about opinions, so you shoudn't too ashamed. skin2000
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10:37pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Oldfan says...

So far I have got it all wrong thinking City and United would give us a lesson and Wigan we could at least match.

I will watch the rest of the season with interest and without further comment (not deluded enough to believe they will be missed) apart from as long as the effort and skill (both are important) that we showed today is repeated for the rest of the season (and this is the Premiership so what else would we do?) then we will be OK.

I am just so tired of trawling through Pompey crap and the retaliations looking for sensible discussion. I will see you at the end of the season. COYR
So far I have got it all wrong thinking City and United would give us a lesson and Wigan we could at least match. I will watch the rest of the season with interest and without further comment (not deluded enough to believe they will be missed) apart from as long as the effort and skill (both are important) that we showed today is repeated for the rest of the season (and this is the Premiership so what else would we do?) then we will be OK. I am just so tired of trawling through Pompey crap and the retaliations looking for sensible discussion. I will see you at the end of the season. COYR Oldfan
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10:55pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintsfanfairoak says...

soon as the subs were made i knew we had little chance of scoring,on the plus side we can put the ball in the back of the net of any prem side,just need to bolster defence and sort out mid field.
thought we played well apart from chasing players down and the 2 poor balls out from KD.
Once everyones in and we settle down we will start a run of wins......

COYR.
soon as the subs were made i knew we had little chance of scoring,on the plus side we can put the ball in the back of the net of any prem side,just need to bolster defence and sort out mid field. thought we played well apart from chasing players down and the 2 poor balls out from KD. Once everyones in and we settle down we will start a run of wins...... COYR. saintsfanfairoak
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10:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintmicky says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.
sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100%
i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment!
Yes you have made a mistake haven't you saintshorse101! and yes it is Thornhill saint who should apologize. For the record, I have never spoken to anyone in the flesh who rates Guly. I clearly have not done a head count to see if the great majority don't like him, although I would like to see the result of that poll. I never sit around slagging him off, but do listen to all the people who sit around me and all those leaving the ground, I am very rarely impressed with his performances myself (where the hell did you get 'blinded by hate' from?). I prefer to concentrate on the positives of our teams performance, but when some moron posts on here that peoples complaints about Guly are racist I feel the need to respond as this is clearly ridiculous. I am sorry saintshorse101 its about passion which you clearly have I just don't think Guly does
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.[/p][/quote]sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment![/p][/quote]Yes you have made a mistake haven't you saintshorse101! and yes it is Thornhill saint who should apologize. For the record, I have never spoken to anyone in the flesh who rates Guly. I clearly have not done a head count to see if the great majority don't like him, although I would like to see the result of that poll. I never sit around slagging him off, but do listen to all the people who sit around me and all those leaving the ground, I am very rarely impressed with his performances myself (where the hell did you get 'blinded by hate' from?). I prefer to concentrate on the positives of our teams performance, but when some moron posts on here that peoples complaints about Guly are racist I feel the need to respond as this is clearly ridiculous. I am sorry saintshorse101 its about passion which you clearly have I just don't think Guly does saintmicky
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10:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Paul TS wrote:
Alfie T wrote:
Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith.
Cheers Alfie, nice to see a fellow supporter on here of another team who has some sense! Think we need to learn from these first three games, or shoulld I say Nigel needs to learn pretty quickly. Good luck to to the seagulls for the season.
Is this a seagull and saints no glory brigade crawley hot on the heals to take the Brighton's crown the best club in sussex and Saints the no hope flops in the premier will never take PORTSMOUTH best team in the south !
[quote][p][bold]Paul TS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alfie T[/bold] wrote: Brighton fan here, you have pushed two of the very best in the Premier League very close, and should have taken 2 points IMO. I'm sure you will have points on the board soon, good luck and keep the faith.[/p][/quote]Cheers Alfie, nice to see a fellow supporter on here of another team who has some sense! Think we need to learn from these first three games, or shoulld I say Nigel needs to learn pretty quickly. Good luck to to the seagulls for the season.[/p][/quote]Is this a seagull and saints no glory brigade crawley hot on the heals to take the Brighton's crown the best club in sussex and Saints the no hope flops in the premier will never take PORTSMOUTH best team in the south ! bluewhiteandred
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11:03pm Sun 2 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.
sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment!
If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum. I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree. If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator. The rest of your post was bang on!
no i feel you are wrong to say that fans who are anti guly might be racist! you say that you hope there isnt a trend forming, well punch caused his own problems trying to be the big i am, turning up at qpr and asking if he could join on loan! whilst he was there and did that i didnt like him and wanted him out of our club for good! as soon as he said sorry to nc, then that was good enough for me and i will support him again (though i still dislike what he did). i suspect many might feel the same. guly is seen by some to be lazy, which if was the case na wouldnt pick him, thats why some dislike him. to assume that it might pass on to other players due to race/colour is making a huge leap though! players of any colour take abuse from fans and whilst a very very few may be racist and i do say may, i doubt that more than a handful are. so to make a statment that some are abused might be for racist reasons is in my book wrong! i have been to many many games and not since the late 70 early 80s have i heard racist abuse. i feel football has done wonders to stop that abuse and accusations like yours based on your assumptions and gueswork push back that work.
if you have any evidence of racist abuse then report it with my full backing, i would do the same.
you can disscus any concerns you like here thats why i like this site, however i said you should apologise because of the nature of your accusation. you cant just go around calling people racist without proof. that is almost as bad as racism itself.
you should read a few more of the post around this site about how fox and fonte are carp and should not play either, they take about the same abuse as guly. abusing any player is wrong imo, lets get behind the team and cheer them all on.
i am not having a go at you personally it was just the acusation of racist abuse that i didnt like and still feel should be retracted but as you said thats my opinion. if you dont agree then that is your opinion and we will have to agree to disagree, i just hope you can see that from some of the points i made you can see my point of view.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.[/p][/quote]sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment![/p][/quote]If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum. I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree. If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator. The rest of your post was bang on![/p][/quote]no i feel you are wrong to say that fans who are anti guly might be racist! you say that you hope there isnt a trend forming, well punch caused his own problems trying to be the big i am, turning up at qpr and asking if he could join on loan! whilst he was there and did that i didnt like him and wanted him out of our club for good! as soon as he said sorry to nc, then that was good enough for me and i will support him again (though i still dislike what he did). i suspect many might feel the same. guly is seen by some to be lazy, which if was the case na wouldnt pick him, thats why some dislike him. to assume that it might pass on to other players due to race/colour is making a huge leap though! players of any colour take abuse from fans and whilst a very very few may be racist and i do say may, i doubt that more than a handful are. so to make a statment that some are abused might be for racist reasons is in my book wrong! i have been to many many games and not since the late 70 early 80s have i heard racist abuse. i feel football has done wonders to stop that abuse and accusations like yours based on your assumptions and gueswork push back that work. if you have any evidence of racist abuse then report it with my full backing, i would do the same. you can disscus any concerns you like here thats why i like this site, however i said you should apologise because of the nature of your accusation. you cant just go around calling people racist without proof. that is almost as bad as racism itself. you should read a few more of the post around this site about how fox and fonte are carp and should not play either, they take about the same abuse as guly. abusing any player is wrong imo, lets get behind the team and cheer them all on. i am not having a go at you personally it was just the acusation of racist abuse that i didnt like and still feel should be retracted but as you said thats my opinion. if you dont agree then that is your opinion and we will have to agree to disagree, i just hope you can see that from some of the points i made you can see my point of view. saintshorse101
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11:06pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I'm proud of my team tonight.

I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.
I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:24pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Tirau Dan says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I'm proud of my team tonight.

I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.
ditto - very proud and fresh legs was a logical call at that time..

All the pundits praise Saints heartily and warn that we won;t be on the bottom long..

I honestly believe the ref gifted the game to Sir Alec as a 1000th game present. However we must ask was there a problem with the turf in that one slippery patch or was it just stud selection... slips cost two goals
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.[/p][/quote]ditto - very proud and fresh legs was a logical call at that time.. All the pundits praise Saints heartily and warn that we won;t be on the bottom long.. I honestly believe the ref gifted the game to Sir Alec as a 1000th game present. However we must ask was there a problem with the turf in that one slippery patch or was it just stud selection... slips cost two goals Tirau Dan
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11:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Spookysaint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I'm proud of my team tonight.

I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.
Seedhouse, you always make sence... i started to read the comments but gave up... We played a blinder today, even on Five Live after the match Man U supporters praised us for the way we played. Yes we should have got a point today. All i will say is we've had 2 very hard games against the top 2 teams played brill, Wigan, well they nearly went down, so I can't compalin one bit. I just wish the bl***dy glory hunters who are comig to watch us would go back to there holes and let the real Saints supporters give the team what they deserve our support. I wish Tandanari Lee had come on instead of one of the otehr subs, but Nigel had his reason, for not playing him. When we get to Christmas the people can relook at our position, till then shut up.. Oh yes on another note, SAINTS DO NOT WANT OR NEED REDNAPP, yes thats right I wrote in capitals, Nigel & Nicola make a fantastic team and because of them our 5 year plan arrived after 2 years.

COYR's we are the only team in Hampshire.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.[/p][/quote]Seedhouse, you always make sence... i started to read the comments but gave up... We played a blinder today, even on Five Live after the match Man U supporters praised us for the way we played. Yes we should have got a point today. All i will say is we've had 2 very hard games against the top 2 teams played brill, Wigan, well they nearly went down, so I can't compalin one bit. I just wish the bl***dy glory hunters who are comig to watch us would go back to there holes and let the real Saints supporters give the team what they deserve our support. I wish Tandanari Lee had come on instead of one of the otehr subs, but Nigel had his reason, for not playing him. When we get to Christmas the people can relook at our position, till then shut up.. Oh yes on another note, SAINTS DO NOT WANT OR NEED REDNAPP, yes thats right I wrote in capitals, Nigel & Nicola make a fantastic team and because of them our 5 year plan arrived after 2 years. COYR's we are the only team in Hampshire. Spookysaint
  • Score: 0

11:32pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Tirau Dan wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I'm proud of my team tonight.

I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.
ditto - very proud and fresh legs was a logical call at that time..

All the pundits praise Saints heartily and warn that we won;t be on the bottom long..

I honestly believe the ref gifted the game to Sir Alec as a 1000th game present. However we must ask was there a problem with the turf in that one slippery patch or was it just stud selection... slips cost two goals
Yep.

Can't believe the criticism of NA's substitutions. How many times have we sung his praises for superb timing, remember Rickie and S Davis coming on and scoring a couple of weeks ago?

Also how many wanted Punch sold off yet today they moan because he came off!

Tossers.
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.[/p][/quote]ditto - very proud and fresh legs was a logical call at that time.. All the pundits praise Saints heartily and warn that we won;t be on the bottom long.. I honestly believe the ref gifted the game to Sir Alec as a 1000th game present. However we must ask was there a problem with the turf in that one slippery patch or was it just stud selection... slips cost two goals[/p][/quote]Yep. Can't believe the criticism of NA's substitutions. How many times have we sung his praises for superb timing, remember Rickie and S Davis coming on and scoring a couple of weeks ago? Also how many wanted Punch sold off yet today they moan because he came off! Tossers. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thornhill Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.
sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment!
If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum. I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree. If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator. The rest of your post was bang on!
no i feel you are wrong to say that fans who are anti guly might be racist! you say that you hope there isnt a trend forming, well punch caused his own problems trying to be the big i am, turning up at qpr and asking if he could join on loan! whilst he was there and did that i didnt like him and wanted him out of our club for good! as soon as he said sorry to nc, then that was good enough for me and i will support him again (though i still dislike what he did). i suspect many might feel the same. guly is seen by some to be lazy, which if was the case na wouldnt pick him, thats why some dislike him. to assume that it might pass on to other players due to race/colour is making a huge leap though! players of any colour take abuse from fans and whilst a very very few may be racist and i do say may, i doubt that more than a handful are. so to make a statment that some are abused might be for racist reasons is in my book wrong! i have been to many many games and not since the late 70 early 80s have i heard racist abuse. i feel football has done wonders to stop that abuse and accusations like yours based on your assumptions and gueswork push back that work.
if you have any evidence of racist abuse then report it with my full backing, i would do the same.
you can disscus any concerns you like here thats why i like this site, however i said you should apologise because of the nature of your accusation. you cant just go around calling people racist without proof. that is almost as bad as racism itself.
you should read a few more of the post around this site about how fox and fonte are carp and should not play either, they take about the same abuse as guly. abusing any player is wrong imo, lets get behind the team and cheer them all on.
i am not having a go at you personally it was just the acusation of racist abuse that i didnt like and still feel should be retracted but as you said thats my opinion. if you dont agree then that is your opinion and we will have to agree to disagree, i just hope you can see that from some of the points i made you can see my point of view.
Puncheon was being booed before he gave it the "big I am" when he went off form way before the QPR thing came up. The team was off for, but he came up for special treatment.

Fox and Fonte have been panned but not with the same vitriol or personal element as Guly. People have put forward stats to show Guly's pass completion rate was second to none over the first two matches and actually Lallana was more guilty of giving the ball away. and the reaction was "I don't care I hate Guly"

I did not acuse people who hate Guly of being racist, I just said the way Guly and Puncheon have been treated "appeared a bit on the racist side".

The personal nature of the comments and the blind hatred which comes through (despite evidence to the contrary), is in excess of other players. As such, though I am not accusing of anybody specific of racism, I would stand by the observation that an argument can be made that it can come across that way.

I respect your position and will happily agree to disagree.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.[/p][/quote]sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment![/p][/quote]If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum. I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree. If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator. The rest of your post was bang on![/p][/quote]no i feel you are wrong to say that fans who are anti guly might be racist! you say that you hope there isnt a trend forming, well punch caused his own problems trying to be the big i am, turning up at qpr and asking if he could join on loan! whilst he was there and did that i didnt like him and wanted him out of our club for good! as soon as he said sorry to nc, then that was good enough for me and i will support him again (though i still dislike what he did). i suspect many might feel the same. guly is seen by some to be lazy, which if was the case na wouldnt pick him, thats why some dislike him. to assume that it might pass on to other players due to race/colour is making a huge leap though! players of any colour take abuse from fans and whilst a very very few may be racist and i do say may, i doubt that more than a handful are. so to make a statment that some are abused might be for racist reasons is in my book wrong! i have been to many many games and not since the late 70 early 80s have i heard racist abuse. i feel football has done wonders to stop that abuse and accusations like yours based on your assumptions and gueswork push back that work. if you have any evidence of racist abuse then report it with my full backing, i would do the same. you can disscus any concerns you like here thats why i like this site, however i said you should apologise because of the nature of your accusation. you cant just go around calling people racist without proof. that is almost as bad as racism itself. you should read a few more of the post around this site about how fox and fonte are carp and should not play either, they take about the same abuse as guly. abusing any player is wrong imo, lets get behind the team and cheer them all on. i am not having a go at you personally it was just the acusation of racist abuse that i didnt like and still feel should be retracted but as you said thats my opinion. if you dont agree then that is your opinion and we will have to agree to disagree, i just hope you can see that from some of the points i made you can see my point of view.[/p][/quote]Puncheon was being booed before he gave it the "big I am" when he went off form way before the QPR thing came up. The team was off for, but he came up for special treatment. Fox and Fonte have been panned but not with the same vitriol or personal element as Guly. People have put forward stats to show Guly's pass completion rate was second to none over the first two matches and actually Lallana was more guilty of giving the ball away. and the reaction was "I don't care I hate Guly" I did not acuse people who hate Guly of being racist, I just said the way Guly and Puncheon have been treated "appeared a bit on the racist side". The personal nature of the comments and the blind hatred which comes through (despite evidence to the contrary), is in excess of other players. As such, though I am not accusing of anybody specific of racism, I would stand by the observation that an argument can be made that it can come across that way. I respect your position and will happily agree to disagree. Thornhill Saint
  • Score: 0

11:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Spookysaint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I'm proud of my team tonight.

I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.
Seedhouse, you always make sence... i started to read the comments but gave up... We played a blinder today, even on Five Live after the match Man U supporters praised us for the way we played. Yes we should have got a point today. All i will say is we've had 2 very hard games against the top 2 teams played brill, Wigan, well they nearly went down, so I can't compalin one bit. I just wish the bl***dy glory hunters who are comig to watch us would go back to there holes and let the real Saints supporters give the team what they deserve our support. I wish Tandanari Lee had come on instead of one of the otehr subs, but Nigel had his reason, for not playing him. When we get to Christmas the people can relook at our position, till then shut up.. Oh yes on another note, SAINTS DO NOT WANT OR NEED REDNAPP, yes thats right I wrote in capitals, Nigel & Nicola make a fantastic team and because of them our 5 year plan arrived after 2 years.

COYR's we are the only team in Hampshire.
Love him or hate him NC is a bit different. The idea that he could work with Redcrap is plain daft.
[quote][p][bold]Spookysaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.[/p][/quote]Seedhouse, you always make sence... i started to read the comments but gave up... We played a blinder today, even on Five Live after the match Man U supporters praised us for the way we played. Yes we should have got a point today. All i will say is we've had 2 very hard games against the top 2 teams played brill, Wigan, well they nearly went down, so I can't compalin one bit. I just wish the bl***dy glory hunters who are comig to watch us would go back to there holes and let the real Saints supporters give the team what they deserve our support. I wish Tandanari Lee had come on instead of one of the otehr subs, but Nigel had his reason, for not playing him. When we get to Christmas the people can relook at our position, till then shut up.. Oh yes on another note, SAINTS DO NOT WANT OR NEED REDNAPP, yes thats right I wrote in capitals, Nigel & Nicola make a fantastic team and because of them our 5 year plan arrived after 2 years. COYR's we are the only team in Hampshire.[/p][/quote]Love him or hate him NC is a bit different. The idea that he could work with Redcrap is plain daft. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:37pm Sun 2 Sep 12

City Saint says...

Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color. City Saint
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11:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

City Saint wrote:
Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup.

Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing.

For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:55pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thornhill Saint says...

I do not think Guly should have played today for a number of reasons (He was ineffective on the right, probably not in the right frame of mind, and apparently facing action from the club according to Adkins over his drink driving), but he was no worse than the other subs. I am with those that think Adkins got it tactically wrong as the the game changed for the worse with the substitutions.

Barney played as soon as he was fit so can't really see him as a paralell. also Seabourne was out partying as well when he got clocked, and hasn't faced sanction. I am not sure you can punish Guly for partying as it would be a tad unfair, but the drink driving and his response (role model for youngsters) he should be answerable for,
I do not think Guly should have played today for a number of reasons (He was ineffective on the right, probably not in the right frame of mind, and apparently facing action from the club according to Adkins over his drink driving), but he was no worse than the other subs. I am with those that think Adkins got it tactically wrong as the the game changed for the worse with the substitutions. Barney played as soon as he was fit so can't really see him as a paralell. also Seabourne was out partying as well when he got clocked, and hasn't faced sanction. I am not sure you can punish Guly for partying as it would be a tad unfair, but the drink driving and his response (role model for youngsters) he should be answerable for, Thornhill Saint
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12:00am Mon 3 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

Spookysaint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.
Seedhouse, you always make sence... i started to read the comments but gave up... We played a blinder today, even on Five Live after the match Man U supporters praised us for the way we played. Yes we should have got a point today. All i will say is we've had 2 very hard games against the top 2 teams played brill, Wigan, well they nearly went down, so I can't compalin one bit. I just wish the bl***dy glory hunters who are comig to watch us would go back to there holes and let the real Saints supporters give the team what they deserve our support. I wish Tandanari Lee had come on instead of one of the otehr subs, but Nigel had his reason, for not playing him. When we get to Christmas the people can relook at our position, till then shut up.. Oh yes on another note, SAINTS DO NOT WANT OR NEED REDNAPP, yes thats right I wrote in capitals, Nigel & Nicola make a fantastic team and because of them our 5 year plan arrived after 2 years. COYR's we are the only team in Hampshire.
both great posts! we played so well today and against man city. when we play like that against lesser teams we are going to win by a hatful of goals! i am not worried by relegation this season easy midtable. with gaston, yoshida and the others ready for the gooners we should give them a tough game as well, we have managed to give the top 2 teams in the league a bl00dy nose and were unlucky not to get any points! yes apoor game vs wigan but all teams have them now and again.
[quote][p][bold]Spookysaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.[/p][/quote]Seedhouse, you always make sence... i started to read the comments but gave up... We played a blinder today, even on Five Live after the match Man U supporters praised us for the way we played. Yes we should have got a point today. All i will say is we've had 2 very hard games against the top 2 teams played brill, Wigan, well they nearly went down, so I can't compalin one bit. I just wish the bl***dy glory hunters who are comig to watch us would go back to there holes and let the real Saints supporters give the team what they deserve our support. I wish Tandanari Lee had come on instead of one of the otehr subs, but Nigel had his reason, for not playing him. When we get to Christmas the people can relook at our position, till then shut up.. Oh yes on another note, SAINTS DO NOT WANT OR NEED REDNAPP, yes thats right I wrote in capitals, Nigel & Nicola make a fantastic team and because of them our 5 year plan arrived after 2 years. COYR's we are the only team in Hampshire.[/p][/quote]both great posts! we played so well today and against man city. when we play like that against lesser teams we are going to win by a hatful of goals! i am not worried by relegation this season easy midtable. with gaston, yoshida and the others ready for the gooners we should give them a tough game as well, we have managed to give the top 2 teams in the league a bl00dy nose and were unlucky not to get any points! yes apoor game vs wigan but all teams have them now and again. saintshorse101
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12:09am Mon 3 Sep 12

City Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup.

Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing.

For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment.

Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves.

Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves. City Saint
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12:16am Mon 3 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Tirau Dan wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I'm proud of my team tonight.

I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.
ditto - very proud and fresh legs was a logical call at that time..

All the pundits praise Saints heartily and warn that we won;t be on the bottom long..

I honestly believe the ref gifted the game to Sir Alec as a 1000th game present. However we must ask was there a problem with the turf in that one slippery patch or was it just stud selection... slips cost two goals
I have often asked, why do they water an already slippery wet pitch just before the kick off, it cost us a goal when Clyne slipped, but also affected United when their defender slipped to allow Spider in. On a day when there had been steady drizzle I fail to see the reason for watering.
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I'm proud of my team tonight. I said to my son Rickie needs to come off he's absolutely dead on his feet and then he came off. It was obvious to me. Sadly the new lad didn't win a single challenge and could not hold the ball up when we desperately needed him to.[/p][/quote]ditto - very proud and fresh legs was a logical call at that time.. All the pundits praise Saints heartily and warn that we won;t be on the bottom long.. I honestly believe the ref gifted the game to Sir Alec as a 1000th game present. However we must ask was there a problem with the turf in that one slippery patch or was it just stud selection... slips cost two goals[/p][/quote]I have often asked, why do they water an already slippery wet pitch just before the kick off, it cost us a goal when Clyne slipped, but also affected United when their defender slipped to allow Spider in. On a day when there had been steady drizzle I fail to see the reason for watering. OSPREYSAINT
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12:20am Mon 3 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintmicky wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad
so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.
sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment!
If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum. I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree. If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator. The rest of your post was bang on!
no i feel you are wrong to say that fans who are anti guly might be racist! you say that you hope there isnt a trend forming, well punch caused his own problems trying to be the big i am, turning up at qpr and asking if he could join on loan! whilst he was there and did that i didnt like him and wanted him out of our club for good! as soon as he said sorry to nc, then that was good enough for me and i will support him again (though i still dislike what he did). i suspect many might feel the same. guly is seen by some to be lazy, which if was the case na wouldnt pick him, thats why some dislike him. to assume that it might pass on to other players due to race/colour is making a huge leap though! players of any colour take abuse from fans and whilst a very very few may be racist and i do say may, i doubt that more than a handful are. so to make a statment that some are abused might be for racist reasons is in my book wrong! i have been to many many games and not since the late 70 early 80s have i heard racist abuse. i feel football has done wonders to stop that abuse and accusations like yours based on your assumptions and gueswork push back that work.
if you have any evidence of racist abuse then report it with my full backing, i would do the same.
you can disscus any concerns you like here thats why i like this site, however i said you should apologise because of the nature of your accusation. you cant just go around calling people racist without proof. that is almost as bad as racism itself.
you should read a few more of the post around this site about how fox and fonte are carp and should not play either, they take about the same abuse as guly. abusing any player is wrong imo, lets get behind the team and cheer them all on.
i am not having a go at you personally it was just the acusation of racist abuse that i didnt like and still feel should be retracted but as you said thats my opinion. if you dont agree then that is your opinion and we will have to agree to disagree, i just hope you can see that from some of the points i made you can see my point of view.
It isn't endemic but there is a minority of suntan envyers at St Marys, you cannot deny the truth, fortunately the majority do not tolerate it and it must never be allowed to flourish.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]Absolutely PATHETIC!!! Now being able to see that Guly is not premier league quality, and is the only person who pulls on a Saints shirt and does not give 100% is racist? WTF!! It is time all you Guly lovers that post on here (never met one in the flesh) accept that the great majority of REAL Saints fans do not appreciate the contribution (if you can call it that) that he makes to the team and NA needs to stick to the team who play with passion, i.e. every other player in the current squad[/p][/quote]so `the great majority`? have you done a head count? or is it just you and a couple of your mates who sit and moan and moan about him even before he has come on? i am obviously not a real fan and have not gone to games, sung my throat sore and brought the shirts for over 30 years! because i wont complain like a b1tch about a saints player? i take it from the remark about not giving 100% you are able to get all of the heart rate monitor and gps statistics that the managment use then? no? just guessing? dont make up statistics that you cant back up, we leave that stuff to the fish f3ckers. oh and just because i dont sla9 off guly after every game dont make me a guly lover! it just means that i get behind the team (all of them). i do not belive that you have never met a person who likes guly! i just think that maybe they cant be bothered to argue with you because `you are never ever wrong and you have the great majority of real fans on your side!` your comment about him being the only player who doesn`t play with passion just shows you for what you are! you are so blinded by your hate for guly that you cant see what he can do! i will take nigels and the coaching teams opinion over yours any day. and i will repeat i am not gulys biggest fan and i would not have picked him today! i dont agree with the racism call either btw that sort of comment should not be made and saintmicky should retract it and apologize! comments like that do more harm than good.[/p][/quote]sorry saintmicky now ive made a mistake aswell as guly quick boo me and say i dont give 100% i of course meant Thornhill Saint should apologize for the racism comment![/p][/quote]If you don't agree that's fine, but this is a discussion forum. I put my concerns forwards for discussion, called a spade spade and do not feel I have anything to apologise or anything to retract. Sorry if you do not agree. If you fee the issue of racism should not be brought up, report me to the moderator. The rest of your post was bang on![/p][/quote]no i feel you are wrong to say that fans who are anti guly might be racist! you say that you hope there isnt a trend forming, well punch caused his own problems trying to be the big i am, turning up at qpr and asking if he could join on loan! whilst he was there and did that i didnt like him and wanted him out of our club for good! as soon as he said sorry to nc, then that was good enough for me and i will support him again (though i still dislike what he did). i suspect many might feel the same. guly is seen by some to be lazy, which if was the case na wouldnt pick him, thats why some dislike him. to assume that it might pass on to other players due to race/colour is making a huge leap though! players of any colour take abuse from fans and whilst a very very few may be racist and i do say may, i doubt that more than a handful are. so to make a statment that some are abused might be for racist reasons is in my book wrong! i have been to many many games and not since the late 70 early 80s have i heard racist abuse. i feel football has done wonders to stop that abuse and accusations like yours based on your assumptions and gueswork push back that work. if you have any evidence of racist abuse then report it with my full backing, i would do the same. you can disscus any concerns you like here thats why i like this site, however i said you should apologise because of the nature of your accusation. you cant just go around calling people racist without proof. that is almost as bad as racism itself. you should read a few more of the post around this site about how fox and fonte are carp and should not play either, they take about the same abuse as guly. abusing any player is wrong imo, lets get behind the team and cheer them all on. i am not having a go at you personally it was just the acusation of racist abuse that i didnt like and still feel should be retracted but as you said thats my opinion. if you dont agree then that is your opinion and we will have to agree to disagree, i just hope you can see that from some of the points i made you can see my point of view.[/p][/quote]It isn't endemic but there is a minority of suntan envyers at St Marys, you cannot deny the truth, fortunately the majority do not tolerate it and it must never be allowed to flourish. OSPREYSAINT
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12:36am Mon 3 Sep 12

Thornhill Saint says...

City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup.

Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing.

For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment.

Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves.

Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
I thought he was one of our better players against Wigan (last home game) and he and Clyne linked up well together creating our better stuff.

Definitley better than the shambolic left (Fox and Rodrigues).

As to the "incident" you make it sound a bit more sordid than I rememebr it. I thought he was out with friends and heard rumours he was picking up Clyne outside 90 degrees and he may have been a passenger. More facts, I guess will come to light September 12th when he faces the magistrates court.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]I thought he was one of our better players against Wigan (last home game) and he and Clyne linked up well together creating our better stuff. Definitley better than the shambolic left (Fox and Rodrigues). As to the "incident" you make it sound a bit more sordid than I rememebr it. I thought he was out with friends and heard rumours he was picking up Clyne outside 90 degrees and he may have been a passenger. More facts, I guess will come to light September 12th when he faces the magistrates court. Thornhill Saint
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12:49am Mon 3 Sep 12

lambo83 says...

I've just watched the whole game again, and I cannot believe we've lost! Played very well in the first 3 games, but no points to show. COYR
I've just watched the whole game again, and I cannot believe we've lost! Played very well in the first 3 games, but no points to show. COYR lambo83
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12:50am Mon 3 Sep 12

randre says...

doos wrote:
Bottom of the league and pointless.

Pointless in both senses of the word

LOL
Better than having -8 in league 1.

Can we remind you how considerably better and richer we are than you!!!
[quote][p][bold]doos[/bold] wrote: Bottom of the league and pointless. Pointless in both senses of the word LOL[/p][/quote]Better than having -8 in league 1. Can we remind you how considerably better and richer we are than you!!! randre
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1:02am Mon 3 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

City Saint wrote:
Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
you really do hate guly dont you!
why?
dont say he was poor today, none of the subs got into the game!
your anti guly posts really are getting rather pathetic now!
i cant remember the amount of times i saw le tiss out having a drink.
have you posted anything without having a dig at guly?
try being positive for a change.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]you really do hate guly dont you! why? dont say he was poor today, none of the subs got into the game! your anti guly posts really are getting rather pathetic now! i cant remember the amount of times i saw le tiss out having a drink. have you posted anything without having a dig at guly? try being positive for a change. saintshorse101
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1:47am Mon 3 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over?
i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`.
as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change.
do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over? i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`. as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change. do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change saintshorse101
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2:08am Mon 3 Sep 12

petethephantom says...

g'day everyone from oz just woke up as watched the game at 2am sydney time.... and although we lost the game i think we won the respect of the opposition
maybe if lee came on for rickie could have given some more pace and enthusiaism... but we will pick up and learn and go again...... look out arsenal
Also look at man u... their manager now 1000 games... we are in a quicker than ever 5 year plan... in NA i trust, keep him i love the stability.... chop and change and then we will be playing blackpool next year in the championship
COYR
g'day everyone from oz just woke up as watched the game at 2am sydney time.... and although we lost the game i think we won the respect of the opposition maybe if lee came on for rickie could have given some more pace and enthusiaism... but we will pick up and learn and go again...... look out arsenal Also look at man u... their manager now 1000 games... we are in a quicker than ever 5 year plan... in NA i trust, keep him i love the stability.... chop and change and then we will be playing blackpool next year in the championship COYR petethephantom
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3:06am Mon 3 Sep 12

WobblyCat says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
WobblyCat wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same
is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.
WHAT AN UTTERLY SCANDALOUS POST!! UPPER OR LOWER CASE YOU ARE A COMPLETE MORON. MOST EMBARASSING POST OF THE NIGHT, AND LOOK WHAT YOU'RE UP AGAINST!!!
Thanks for the constructive feedback buddy! Not sure who's the moron here.

Also not too sure you mean about what I am "up against", but Ibet it's really really scary or something.
Well I’ve never booed a Saints player but I’m not a Guly fan and I think Puncheon has had a poor attitude in the past, ergo, I am a racist! I also think that Fonte and Fox are not premier league standard so I have issues with the Portuguese and the Scottish. Thank you for bringing this to my attention and I apologise for my racist, xenophobic and moronic views.

Good god!!
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WobblyCat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: Blaming Guly for all three defeats is ridiculous. Considering how certain sections of the fans have treated him and Puncheon in the past it is seems a bit on the racist side. Our White players do not get panned with the same vitriol when they screw up. Guly's contributions are either ignored or quickly forgotten. When facts have been given illustrating his contribution they have been dismissed as irrelevant. It is disturbing how some seem to revel in self importance and assume we all moan or chuckle along when they get on their high horse and start the same old Guly bashing mantra. I hope more of the same is not in store for Clyne and Mayuga. If we give them the same sh@t we should hang our heads in shame.[/p][/quote]WHAT AN UTTERLY SCANDALOUS POST!! UPPER OR LOWER CASE YOU ARE A COMPLETE MORON. MOST EMBARASSING POST OF THE NIGHT, AND LOOK WHAT YOU'RE UP AGAINST!!![/p][/quote]Thanks for the constructive feedback buddy! Not sure who's the moron here. Also not too sure you mean about what I am "up against", but Ibet it's really really scary or something.[/p][/quote]Well I’ve never booed a Saints player but I’m not a Guly fan and I think Puncheon has had a poor attitude in the past, ergo, I am a racist! I also think that Fonte and Fox are not premier league standard so I have issues with the Portuguese and the Scottish. Thank you for bringing this to my attention and I apologise for my racist, xenophobic and moronic views. Good god!! WobblyCat
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5:08am Mon 3 Sep 12

bakeyboy says...

I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away.
I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!!
I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away. I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!! bakeyboy
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5:09am Mon 3 Sep 12

bakeyboy says...

I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away.
I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!!
I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away. I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!! bakeyboy
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5:09am Mon 3 Sep 12

bakeyboy says...

I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away.
I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!!
I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away. I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!! bakeyboy
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6:40am Mon 3 Sep 12

City Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over?
i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`.
as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change.
do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change
You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts.

As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish.

What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over? i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`. as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change. do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change[/p][/quote]You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts. As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish. What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear. City Saint
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7:45am Mon 3 Sep 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup.

Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing.

For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment.

Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves.

Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
You pick Scholes to illustrate your point knowing full well he is Mr squeaky clean. What about Messrs Rooney, Giggs, Cole, Gerrard, Ferdinand, Lampard and above all Terry?

As others have said Gully has come in for more vitriolic personal abuse than any other team member.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]You pick Scholes to illustrate your point knowing full well he is Mr squeaky clean. What about Messrs Rooney, Giggs, Cole, Gerrard, Ferdinand, Lampard and above all Terry? As others have said Gully has come in for more vitriolic personal abuse than any other team member. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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7:49am Mon 3 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

City Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over?
i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`.
as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change.
do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change
You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts.

As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish.

What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear.
The trouble is, CitySaint, the rants that you and a few others make about Guly are boring now. Furthermore, don't mix up what happens on the pitch with what he is accused of doing in his car. They are totally separate issues.

What he did in his car will be handled by the club and the law. He'll get his punishment and probably deserve it.

As for his play, he is frustrating, we all know that. Others are also frustrating but don't get the same abuse. To say otherwise would be rubbish. The question is, given that on occasions he has won us matches, contributed through some great performances and, on bad days, been no worse than others, why does he get singled out? When he is one of the worst players on the pitch, it's fair to point that out, but your arguements are watered down because, no matter what the facts, you pick on Guly. Racist? No, I doubt it. Biased? Yes, very.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over? i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`. as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change. do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change[/p][/quote]You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts. As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish. What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear.[/p][/quote]The trouble is, CitySaint, the rants that you and a few others make about Guly are boring now. Furthermore, don't mix up what happens on the pitch with what he is accused of doing in his car. They are totally separate issues. What he did in his car will be handled by the club and the law. He'll get his punishment and probably deserve it. As for his play, he is frustrating, we all know that. Others are also frustrating but don't get the same abuse. To say otherwise would be rubbish. The question is, given that on occasions he has won us matches, contributed through some great performances and, on bad days, been no worse than others, why does he get singled out? When he is one of the worst players on the pitch, it's fair to point that out, but your arguements are watered down because, no matter what the facts, you pick on Guly. Racist? No, I doubt it. Biased? Yes, very. Strasbourg Saint
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8:06am Mon 3 Sep 12

george chivers says...

bakeyboy wrote:
I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away.
I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!!
Agree with all you say apart from the bit about Kelvin. He wasn't great, but I don't think he should be dropped yet. Although he was the root cause of the penalty.

We lost because we didn't stop Paul Scholes playing. He drops off and occupies no man's land sprays passes about everywhere and dictates the tempo of the game. While at the same time United push up their back four and we drop off into our own half. Scholes took the initiative off of us, beat the drum and changed the rhythm of the game. He should have been closed down and turned round to face his own back four.

The three substitutions within four minutes were a tactical mistake. You can't do that against great teams. We are playing in the Premier League not the Championship. When Lambert went off Ferdinand and Vidic were able to move up the pitch. Perhaps Jay Rod should have been in the central striking position?

Everything is easy in retrospect.We played superbly at times. The defence needs to be strengthened. But our pattern of play is encouraging. COYR.
[quote][p][bold]bakeyboy[/bold] wrote: I would firstly like to say to all the people who waste our time and space on this forum replying to the Portsmouth comments, why don't you go and find somewhere else to enter into your childish banter. This is a Saints forum to talk about our team, just ignore the others and they will go away. I thought we played very well today but I am starting to notice a pattern in the way we fade in the second half, it has happened in all three games now and makes me wonder if we have a stamina issue. Man City, Wigan and Utd all overpowered us in the last 20 minutes and the results speak for themselves, its not just physical tiredness but mental aswell when players switch off and lose their markers and we concede goals that are more gifts from us than the other teams brilliance. I'm not a Guly fan and have made that clear in other posts but he was'nt the problem today, our problem was a slip by Clyne which effectively gave VP a free shot at goal, we never made one blocking tackle on the left today because Fox is too far away from the winger and instead of closing down and preventing any crosses coming in he almost encourages them to put the crosses in, his positional play is alarming at times. Fonte did look nervous today and gave it the big hoof far more than he usually does. A good coach will always tell you to stand tall in the box and dont dive in which is exactly what Jos did'nt do and gave away the needless penalty. But my biggest concern today was Kelvin Davies, he just causes panic at every opportunity, his kicking and distribution for a professional footballer are woeful considering he is practising this seven days a week.Please NA give Gazzaniga a go and really cant be any worse, but I will finish on a positive as NA would say, we will kick on from today and I am confident our first win is not far away. CORS!![/p][/quote]Agree with all you say apart from the bit about Kelvin. He wasn't great, but I don't think he should be dropped yet. Although he was the root cause of the penalty. We lost because we didn't stop Paul Scholes playing. He drops off and occupies no man's land sprays passes about everywhere and dictates the tempo of the game. While at the same time United push up their back four and we drop off into our own half. Scholes took the initiative off of us, beat the drum and changed the rhythm of the game. He should have been closed down and turned round to face his own back four. The three substitutions within four minutes were a tactical mistake. You can't do that against great teams. We are playing in the Premier League not the Championship. When Lambert went off Ferdinand and Vidic were able to move up the pitch. Perhaps Jay Rod should have been in the central striking position? Everything is easy in retrospect.We played superbly at times. The defence needs to be strengthened. But our pattern of play is encouraging. COYR. george chivers
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8:08am Mon 3 Sep 12

bigfella777 says...

Removing the excellent trio of Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana (for Emmanuel Mayuka, Guly Do Prado and Jay Rodriguez between the 72nd and 80th minutes) represented a collection of gambles. The idea was to bring on fresh legs but they simply replaced the main men who had been troubling United. Southampton’s cutting edge disappeared, United pushed on even more and Ferguson was treated to that grandstand finish.
Removing the excellent trio of Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana (for Emmanuel Mayuka, Guly Do Prado and Jay Rodriguez between the 72nd and 80th minutes) represented a collection of gambles. The idea was to bring on fresh legs but they simply replaced the main men who had been troubling United. Southampton’s cutting edge disappeared, United pushed on even more and Ferguson was treated to that grandstand finish. bigfella777
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8:22am Mon 3 Sep 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Removing the excellent trio of Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana (for Emmanuel Mayuka, Guly Do Prado and Jay Rodriguez between the 72nd and 80th minutes) represented a collection of gambles. The idea was to bring on fresh legs but they simply replaced the main men who had been troubling United. Southampton’s cutting edge disappeared, United pushed on even more and Ferguson was treated to that grandstand finish.
Bigfella, stay off the readybrek! You're starting to make sense :)
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Removing the excellent trio of Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana (for Emmanuel Mayuka, Guly Do Prado and Jay Rodriguez between the 72nd and 80th minutes) represented a collection of gambles. The idea was to bring on fresh legs but they simply replaced the main men who had been troubling United. Southampton’s cutting edge disappeared, United pushed on even more and Ferguson was treated to that grandstand finish.[/p][/quote]Bigfella, stay off the readybrek! You're starting to make sense :) Strasbourg Saint
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8:37am Mon 3 Sep 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Lambert was absolutely knackered. He could no longer get off the ground. If NA had left him on and we lost he would be slated on here for not taking him off.
Lambert was absolutely knackered. He could no longer get off the ground. If NA had left him on and we lost he would be slated on here for not taking him off. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:48am Mon 3 Sep 12

randre says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
Oh, in case you haven't noticed:

Nul points
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[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: Oh, in case you haven't noticed: Nul points[/p][/quote]-8 randre
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8:48am Mon 3 Sep 12

City Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
You pick Scholes to illustrate your point knowing full well he is Mr squeaky clean. What about Messrs Rooney, Giggs, Cole, Gerrard, Ferdinand, Lampard and above all Terry? As others have said Gully has come in for more vitriolic personal abuse than any other team member.
Fair enough. I'm not a Guly hater, just disappointed that he was apparently drunk driving.

Let's see what the courts have to say anways.

Next topic!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]You pick Scholes to illustrate your point knowing full well he is Mr squeaky clean. What about Messrs Rooney, Giggs, Cole, Gerrard, Ferdinand, Lampard and above all Terry? As others have said Gully has come in for more vitriolic personal abuse than any other team member.[/p][/quote]Fair enough. I'm not a Guly hater, just disappointed that he was apparently drunk driving. Let's see what the courts have to say anways. Next topic! City Saint
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8:59am Mon 3 Sep 12

Saintsteve7 says...

Big question is, who makes way for Gaston against Arsenal? I can't see NA can drop any of the front after their performance against Utd.
Big question is, who makes way for Gaston against Arsenal? I can't see NA can drop any of the front after their performance against Utd. Saintsteve7
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9:01am Mon 3 Sep 12

Saintsteve7 says...

*front 3*
*front 3* Saintsteve7
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11:42am Mon 3 Sep 12

saintshorse101 says...

City Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over? i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`. as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change. do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change
You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts. As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish. What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear.
where are these facts printed as i would love to read them so as to make my own opinion, i went by the facts printed by the echo on this site.
as for being gulys pr agent etc. i have said on many occasions that i am no big fan of guly. i think he is an ok player, i feel he has been played out of position too often which doesn`t help. i have seen guly have some shocking games for saints, as have most players, what happens to guly though is wrong, singling out him for criticism all the time. he has been blamed for every loss this season (and at the end of last). when he did ok in the first 2 and had very little to do with yesterdays, i also said i wouldnt have played him yesterday, i would have brought lee on instead hitting a tired utd back 4 with pace, though that might have led to us losing by more who knows, i do know that i am glad i am not the manager and i dont have to make these choices.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over? i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`. as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change. do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change[/p][/quote]You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts. As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish. What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear.[/p][/quote]where are these facts printed as i would love to read them so as to make my own opinion, i went by the facts printed by the echo on this site. as for being gulys pr agent etc. i have said on many occasions that i am no big fan of guly. i think he is an ok player, i feel he has been played out of position too often which doesn`t help. i have seen guly have some shocking games for saints, as have most players, what happens to guly though is wrong, singling out him for criticism all the time. he has been blamed for every loss this season (and at the end of last). when he did ok in the first 2 and had very little to do with yesterdays, i also said i wouldnt have played him yesterday, i would have brought lee on instead hitting a tired utd back 4 with pace, though that might have led to us losing by more who knows, i do know that i am glad i am not the manager and i dont have to make these choices. saintshorse101
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12:58pm Mon 3 Sep 12

City Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
City Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
City Saint wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.
Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.
Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.
try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over? i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`. as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change. do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change
You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts. As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish. What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear.
where are these facts printed as i would love to read them so as to make my own opinion, i went by the facts printed by the echo on this site. as for being gulys pr agent etc. i have said on many occasions that i am no big fan of guly. i think he is an ok player, i feel he has been played out of position too often which doesn`t help. i have seen guly have some shocking games for saints, as have most players, what happens to guly though is wrong, singling out him for criticism all the time. he has been blamed for every loss this season (and at the end of last). when he did ok in the first 2 and had very little to do with yesterdays, i also said i wouldnt have played him yesterday, i would have brought lee on instead hitting a tired utd back 4 with pace, though that might have led to us losing by more who knows, i do know that i am glad i am not the manager and i dont have to make these choices.
I am happy to move off this one, but since you ask for where more of the facts are printed, here is one link with more details. Sometimes you need to read outside the Echo on Saints players, as we all know:

http://www.dailymail
.co.uk/news/article-
2194692/Guly-Prado-a
rrested-70k-super-ca
r-driving-erraticall
y-drunk.html?ITO=149
0

Of course the Mail describes Bedford Place as a "trendy area", so it's sensible to take it all with a pinch of salt till the judge rules.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Saints played brilliantly for long periods today against a world-class side. I dare say if we play so well againt Arsenal we'll pick up a point andbe on our way for a six-pointer that we WILL win against villa if we repeat today's effort. Puncheon was genius, but Spiderman had his best ever match, and was man of the natch for saints. Guly was poor, and I think we saw Adkins' first clanger of his premiership career when he brought him on. Guly should train with the kids like punch and Barney did when they went off the rails. He should not have been rewarded with a cameo against united, unless the crafty Adkins was hoping to raise his price tag for the January sales. Not much chance after today, guly looked like he'd had a few before coming on the pitch to me. Say what you like about the charges, he doesn't deny being out partying at 430 n Southampton. As a professional footballer, especially after what happened to seaborne, he should know better. Guly doesn't deserve to wear the colors for now, because of his idiocy, not his color.[/p][/quote]Channon and Osgood came back to a Southampton nightclub the night before we won the FA cup. Gully was out with friends the night before the league cup game and would already have known he wasn't playing. For god sake of course they can go out from time to time provided it isn't just before a game and isn't done so often it affects their fitness.[/p][/quote]Cruising around Bedford place on your own in a Porsche for a few hours before getting nicked outside a lap dancing club does not do saints justice. he's a disgrace, and citing channon, osgood and others who did our club proud in defense of such a moron -- who has done nothing to justify his place in the last dozen home matches -- is less than I expect of someone with your good judgment. Players have every right to a full personal life. But not to do harm to the club, its support or, as Adkins would have it anyways, to themselves. Try googling scholes, and then googling guly, and let the results speak for themselves.[/p][/quote]try using google to look up facts yourself! you might find that there were 4 people in the car when he was stopped. he was also on the high street outside Rancho Steakhouse. and where has it been said that he was driving around bedford place for a few hours before being pulled over? i am not condoning what he did just correcting your `facts`. as i have said before try being positive about the whole team and stop your anti guly nonsense. your constant and nearly daily outbursts towards guly are a disgrace and you should not be allowed to support the team. try having some respect for the players of our club for a change. do you not get it? the more you and the rest of the anti guly brigade moan and boo him, the more pressure that puts on him and so affecting his game! adkins likes him and will pick him, for now, so by affecting gulys game the worse the team play! leading to poor results, which could lead to adkins being sacked! get behind the team for a change[/p][/quote]You are clearly a fool. He was in the car by himself in Bedford place, and he was picked up later with three others. Those are the facts. As for daily posts from me about guly, that's clearly rubbish. What are you, some kind of agent, pr merchant or something hired by guly?nlol. Dear oh dear.[/p][/quote]where are these facts printed as i would love to read them so as to make my own opinion, i went by the facts printed by the echo on this site. as for being gulys pr agent etc. i have said on many occasions that i am no big fan of guly. i think he is an ok player, i feel he has been played out of position too often which doesn`t help. i have seen guly have some shocking games for saints, as have most players, what happens to guly though is wrong, singling out him for criticism all the time. he has been blamed for every loss this season (and at the end of last). when he did ok in the first 2 and had very little to do with yesterdays, i also said i wouldnt have played him yesterday, i would have brought lee on instead hitting a tired utd back 4 with pace, though that might have led to us losing by more who knows, i do know that i am glad i am not the manager and i dont have to make these choices.[/p][/quote]I am happy to move off this one, but since you ask for where more of the facts are printed, here is one link with more details. Sometimes you need to read outside the Echo on Saints players, as we all know: http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2194692/Guly-Prado-a rrested-70k-super-ca r-driving-erraticall y-drunk.html?ITO=149 0 Of course the Mail describes Bedford Place as a "trendy area", so it's sensible to take it all with a pinch of salt till the judge rules. City Saint
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3:28pm Mon 3 Sep 12

wellow saint says...

Guly gets singled out because he is just not good enough. Look at the difference in Saints performance yesterday without him in the team. Guly never attacks the fullback like Puncheon did. Everything that is wrong with Guly was shown when he came on as sub and showed absolutely no desire at all just strolled around like always and no impact as always. He plays lots of nice on the eye passes in areas where threr is no danger but nothing where it counts.
Guly gets singled out because he is just not good enough. Look at the difference in Saints performance yesterday without him in the team. Guly never attacks the fullback like Puncheon did. Everything that is wrong with Guly was shown when he came on as sub and showed absolutely no desire at all just strolled around like always and no impact as always. He plays lots of nice on the eye passes in areas where threr is no danger but nothing where it counts. wellow saint
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6:14pm Mon 3 Sep 12

Norwegian Saint says...

Still waiting for "one hellllll of a beating" quotes.... won't be long if we continue playing like this.
All this season is about is being the 4th worst team in the league (at least)
We are better than QPR, Villa, Liverpool, Stoke, Norwich, West Ham, Sunderland.... I'm not worried.
COYRs!!!
Still waiting for "one hellllll of a beating" quotes.... won't be long if we continue playing like this. All this season is about is being the 4th worst team in the league (at least) We are better than QPR, Villa, Liverpool, Stoke, Norwich, West Ham, Sunderland.... I'm not worried. COYRs!!! Norwegian Saint
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10:44pm Mon 3 Sep 12

Saintjock says...

wellow saint wrote:
Guly gets singled out because he is just not good enough. Look at the difference in Saints performance yesterday without him in the team. Guly never attacks the fullback like Puncheon did. Everything that is wrong with Guly was shown when he came on as sub and showed absolutely no desire at all just strolled around like always and no impact as always. He plays lots of nice on the eye passes in areas where threr is no danger but nothing where it counts.
Could cite a catalogue of games last season where Guly's goals assists or creative play won us points and was the difference, especially early season.His layoff to De Ridder v Reading away, and his headed winner v Coventry away were sublime bits of skill.
To cite 20 minutes yesterday as your case is laughable. Puncheon was great yesterday but if you want to compare commitment guile and contribution to the team it's Guly by a mile. As always. You're a judge of football and you seriously think
he's come on in the best game at SMS in years with Saints 2-1 up v Utd live on Sky and strolled around and showed no desire? Yeh right.
[quote][p][bold]wellow saint[/bold] wrote: Guly gets singled out because he is just not good enough. Look at the difference in Saints performance yesterday without him in the team. Guly never attacks the fullback like Puncheon did. Everything that is wrong with Guly was shown when he came on as sub and showed absolutely no desire at all just strolled around like always and no impact as always. He plays lots of nice on the eye passes in areas where threr is no danger but nothing where it counts.[/p][/quote]Could cite a catalogue of games last season where Guly's goals assists or creative play won us points and was the difference, especially early season.His layoff to De Ridder v Reading away, and his headed winner v Coventry away were sublime bits of skill. To cite 20 minutes yesterday as your case is laughable. Puncheon was great yesterday but if you want to compare commitment guile and contribution to the team it's Guly by a mile. As always. You're a judge of football and you seriously think he's come on in the best game at SMS in years with Saints 2-1 up v Utd live on Sky and strolled around and showed no desire? Yeh right. Saintjock
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10:53pm Tue 4 Sep 12

PremSaint says...

Silly errors that's what has cost us, maybe down to nerves and not being ruthless enough.

To be really honest, these were games we expected to not win. But one win next week could see us mid table!

One good thing, three games in and not many premiership teams can boast thrilling and pulsating in their most of their BBC match reports.
Silly errors that's what has cost us, maybe down to nerves and not being ruthless enough. To be really honest, these were games we expected to not win. But one win next week could see us mid table! One good thing, three games in and not many premiership teams can boast thrilling and pulsating in their most of their BBC match reports. PremSaint
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12:33am Wed 5 Sep 12

vag says...

That was a fantastic match,and a cracking atmosphere. We played some really attractive football, and showed some serious fight. If we keep playing like that, the results will come.
That was a fantastic match,and a cracking atmosphere. We played some really attractive football, and showed some serious fight. If we keep playing like that, the results will come. vag
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10:05pm Wed 5 Sep 12

Dellgirl says...

Saintjock wrote:
wellow saint wrote:
Guly gets singled out because he is just not good enough. Look at the difference in Saints performance yesterday without him in the team. Guly never attacks the fullback like Puncheon did. Everything that is wrong with Guly was shown when he came on as sub and showed absolutely no desire at all just strolled around like always and no impact as always. He plays lots of nice on the eye passes in areas where threr is no danger but nothing where it counts.
Could cite a catalogue of games last season where Guly's goals assists or creative play won us points and was the difference, especially early season.His layoff to De Ridder v Reading away, and his headed winner v Coventry away were sublime bits of skill.
To cite 20 minutes yesterday as your case is laughable. Puncheon was great yesterday but if you want to compare commitment guile and contribution to the team it's Guly by a mile. As always. You're a judge of football and you seriously think
he's come on in the best game at SMS in years with Saints 2-1 up v Utd live on Sky and strolled around and showed no desire? Yeh right.
You're right, he was an OK Championship player..
[quote][p][bold]Saintjock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wellow saint[/bold] wrote: Guly gets singled out because he is just not good enough. Look at the difference in Saints performance yesterday without him in the team. Guly never attacks the fullback like Puncheon did. Everything that is wrong with Guly was shown when he came on as sub and showed absolutely no desire at all just strolled around like always and no impact as always. He plays lots of nice on the eye passes in areas where threr is no danger but nothing where it counts.[/p][/quote]Could cite a catalogue of games last season where Guly's goals assists or creative play won us points and was the difference, especially early season.His layoff to De Ridder v Reading away, and his headed winner v Coventry away were sublime bits of skill. To cite 20 minutes yesterday as your case is laughable. Puncheon was great yesterday but if you want to compare commitment guile and contribution to the team it's Guly by a mile. As always. You're a judge of football and you seriously think he's come on in the best game at SMS in years with Saints 2-1 up v Utd live on Sky and strolled around and showed no desire? Yeh right.[/p][/quote]You're right, he was an OK Championship player.. Dellgirl
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12:14pm Fri 7 Sep 12

Pogle says...

F Fan wrote:
Terrific game if a gut wrenching end. Ward-Prowse and Morgan our top two for me, although I thought only Fox was poor – haven’t seen the TV coverage yet so don’t know what role Fonte played in their last two goals.

Scholes made the difference for them when he came on – wonder if we should have man marked him. Was surprised we had no midfielders on the bench – would have been handy for exactly that role.

Nonsense to think that you can leave the same 11 on the field in the Premiership but I didn’t get putting Rodriguez out wide and Mayuka through the middle – surely it should have been the other way round if that is who he wanted to put on. Nothing wrong with Gully for Puncheon either if the latter was knackered but, again, where was the midfielder on the bench if the intention was to go more defensive.

But no complaints, we played well and could have gone on and won if we took some of the chances at 2-1. But we didn’t and they had Van Persie – what a player he is.

Overall I am encouraged that we can compete at this level and Ward-Prowse was a revelation – the complete midfield player at such an early age.

Fascinating that 7 of those who played today were playing for us in the third tier 2 years ago. Pardew and Adkins have done very well to buy and/or bring on these players.
Excellent post!
[quote][p][bold]F Fan[/bold] wrote: Terrific game if a gut wrenching end. Ward-Prowse and Morgan our top two for me, although I thought only Fox was poor – haven’t seen the TV coverage yet so don’t know what role Fonte played in their last two goals. Scholes made the difference for them when he came on – wonder if we should have man marked him. Was surprised we had no midfielders on the bench – would have been handy for exactly that role. Nonsense to think that you can leave the same 11 on the field in the Premiership but I didn’t get putting Rodriguez out wide and Mayuka through the middle – surely it should have been the other way round if that is who he wanted to put on. Nothing wrong with Gully for Puncheon either if the latter was knackered but, again, where was the midfielder on the bench if the intention was to go more defensive. But no complaints, we played well and could have gone on and won if we took some of the chances at 2-1. But we didn’t and they had Van Persie – what a player he is. Overall I am encouraged that we can compete at this level and Ward-Prowse was a revelation – the complete midfield player at such an early age. Fascinating that 7 of those who played today were playing for us in the third tier 2 years ago. Pardew and Adkins have done very well to buy and/or bring on these players.[/p][/quote]Excellent post! Pogle
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