Cork fired up for Premier League safety fight

Cork fired up for Premier League safety fight

Cork fired up for Premier League safety fight

First published in Saints News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Sports Reporter

Jack Cork believes Saints are ready to fire themselves to Premier League safety after a successful team bonding trip.

Manager Nigel Adkins broke the monotony of the training ground last week by taking his squad to the luxury Four Seasons hotel in Hampshire ahead of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Swansea.

The excursion seemed to do the trick, as Saints turned in one of their best displays of the season with a performance worthy of three points, only to be denied victory by yet another defensive error.

Despite that mistake costing them a much-needed win, Cork believes the trip, which featured a round of clay pigeon shooting, has helped the team refocus on the battle ahead.

“We went to a hotel about an hour away,” said the midfielder, who returned from injury at the weekend to make his first league appearance of the campaign. “We had a bit of training at Aldershot the first day. We went clay pigeon shooting and had a bit of team bonding.

“Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone.

“I’ve done clay pigeon shooting before, but not with such a lot of lads. All the lads loved it. There was a prize. Emmanuel Mayuka lost and he had to be Punchy’s slave – he had to get his dinner for him and stuff like that.”

Cork added: “It was good for the lads to get our heads round it. It gave us another chance to think about tactics and get our heads really on the game, go back to our rooms and get our heads down.”

Saints’ miserable start to the season has left the club languishing in 19th place in the Premier League table after 11 games, which has in turn put strain on manager Nigel Adkins’ position.

The pressure the club are under will only be talked up further this week, as they prepare for a trip to bottom-of-the-table QPR on Saturday.

A loss for either club could have a profound impact, with both Adkins and his counterpart Mark Hughes fighting to save their jobs.

Cork, however, claims the players don’t feel under any pressure.

“We talked about it quite a lot over the last week or so,” he said. “There’s no pressure on us now, we just have to go out there and play how we know we can play.

“Hopefully we can be free, enjoy playing and that’ll lead to some good results.

“We’re down the bottom but I don’t think there’s any pressure on us at the minute. As long as we can keep playing well, hopefully that’ll get us up the table.”

Addressing the speculation surrounding Adkins’ status, Cork added: “We know what’s going on outside, but I think everyone chooses not to listen to it and we get on with our own things.

“If we let what’s going on outside come in and interfere with us it will affect us. Everyone just knows we shouldn’t let it happen.”

Cork, sidelined this season by an ankle injury and then a knee problem, admitted it had been frustrating not being able to play a part in the Premier League campaign before Swansea, when he turned in an excellent display.

“It was horrible,” he said. “After the summer with the Olympics to come back and get an injury and then another injury and having to watch all the lads play in the Premier League after having worked so hard last year for it was horrible. I was fully behind the lads and hopefully I can take my chance now.”

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9:36am Tue 13 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Is corky Tango Heads official spokesman, let the teak coloured master tactician speak for himself.
Is corky Tango Heads official spokesman, let the teak coloured master tactician speak for himself. scooter75
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9:43am Tue 13 Nov 12

kent141 says...

I think the press are fed up with the usual ' you must win football matches' comments from the smiling orange goofball.
I think the press are fed up with the usual ' you must win football matches' comments from the smiling orange goofball. kent141
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9:43am Tue 13 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

The Echo is making the most of Jacks comments. There is precious little news so as always we will get the usual filler articles.

I am just glad Jack is back.
The Echo is making the most of Jacks comments. There is precious little news so as always we will get the usual filler articles. I am just glad Jack is back. Alicesdad
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9:47am Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

So let me get this right. What you're all saying is, ee bye gum, Adkins will save us!
So let me get this right. What you're all saying is, ee bye gum, Adkins will save us! redandy10
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9:50am Tue 13 Nov 12

Sammy2sheds says...

kent141 wrote:
I think the press are fed up with the usual ' you must win football matches' comments from the smiling orange goofball.
I think the press are fed up with the usual you must win football matches comments from the smiling orange goofball.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: I think the press are fed up with the usual ' you must win football matches' comments from the smiling orange goofball.[/p][/quote]I think the press are fed up with the usual you must win football matches comments from the smiling orange goofball. Sammy2sheds
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9:51am Tue 13 Nov 12

Tony in Liberia says...

Why?

Why does the echo feel the need to say "A loss for either club could have a profound impact, with both Adkins and his counterpart Mark Hughes fighting to save their jobs."? There is no evidence that either manager is fighting to save their job; there only becomes pressure becuase the media says there is. If they would shut the F up, life would be much easier.
Why? Why does the echo feel the need to say "A loss for either club could have a profound impact, with both Adkins and his counterpart Mark Hughes fighting to save their jobs."? There is no evidence that either manager is fighting to save their job; there only becomes pressure becuase the media says there is. If they would shut the F up, life would be much easier. Tony in Liberia
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9:53am Tue 13 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

Adkins IS the man to stick with.

Calling him names just shows that you are probably now back in class and waiting for playtime. I hope Mummy has put something nice in your lunch boxes and don't forget to eat all your fruit.
Adkins IS the man to stick with. Calling him names just shows that you are probably now back in class and waiting for playtime. I hope Mummy has put something nice in your lunch boxes and don't forget to eat all your fruit. Alicesdad
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10:03am Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section.

He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?' SO50 Saint
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10:05am Tue 13 Nov 12

Sammy2sheds says...

Alicesdad wrote:
Adkins IS the man to stick with.

Calling him names just shows that you are probably now back in class and waiting for playtime. I hope Mummy has put something nice in your lunch boxes and don't forget to eat all your fruit.
if we lose on saturday we have to sack him,nc will have already sounded out a candidate list.
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: Adkins IS the man to stick with. Calling him names just shows that you are probably now back in class and waiting for playtime. I hope Mummy has put something nice in your lunch boxes and don't forget to eat all your fruit.[/p][/quote]if we lose on saturday we have to sack him,nc will have already sounded out a candidate list. Sammy2sheds
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10:33am Tue 13 Nov 12

City Saint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section.

He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over."

So that's cleared that up, then.

But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'[/p][/quote]That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over." So that's cleared that up, then. But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded. City Saint
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10:36am Tue 13 Nov 12

City Saint says...

Risque playing a game involving slavery in a mixed race team. The optics couldve been bad there; glad for our pr that jason is such a hot shot in clay pidgeon shooting...

It's good news that the team is getting mentally right for the next run of games. W have the skills in midfield and up front; if we stay calm at the back and don't get psyched out, we can beat qpr away no problem. That is a team with real problems.
Risque playing a game involving slavery in a mixed race team. The optics couldve been bad there; glad for our pr that jason is such a hot shot in clay pidgeon shooting... It's good news that the team is getting mentally right for the next run of games. W have the skills in midfield and up front; if we stay calm at the back and don't get psyched out, we can beat qpr away no problem. That is a team with real problems. City Saint
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10:38am Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

For that reason alone I think we should have signed him in the transfer window plus the fact he seems quite a decent player.
For that reason alone I think we should have signed him in the transfer window plus the fact he seems quite a decent player. SO50 Saint
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10:43am Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

As it would appear that the lunatics have taken over the asylum I am waving the white flag, have fun kids.
As it would appear that the lunatics have taken over the asylum I am waving the white flag, have fun kids. OSPREYSAINT
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10:54am Tue 13 Nov 12

Sammy2sheds says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As it would appear that the lunatics have taken over the asylum I am waving the white flag, have fun kids.
as it would appear that I do not have my yes men regulars to shout down others opinions I am waving the white flag.i will be back to try to own this site with my other robot buddies soon.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As it would appear that the lunatics have taken over the asylum I am waving the white flag, have fun kids.[/p][/quote]as it would appear that I do not have my yes men regulars to shout down others opinions I am waving the white flag.i will be back to try to own this site with my other robot buddies soon. Sammy2sheds
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10:55am Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

So Sammy are you one of the sack Nigel get back Arry brigade?
So Sammy are you one of the sack Nigel get back Arry brigade? SO50 Saint
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11:02am Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

Sammy2sheds wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
As it would appear that the lunatics have taken over the asylum I am waving the white flag, have fun kids.
as it would appear that I do not have my yes men regulars to shout down others opinions I am waving the white flag.i will be back to try to own this site with my other robot buddies soon.
Yeah! Not so tough without your little cyber cronnies, ay!
[quote][p][bold]Sammy2sheds[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: As it would appear that the lunatics have taken over the asylum I am waving the white flag, have fun kids.[/p][/quote]as it would appear that I do not have my yes men regulars to shout down others opinions I am waving the white flag.i will be back to try to own this site with my other robot buddies soon.[/p][/quote]Yeah! Not so tough without your little cyber cronnies, ay! redandy10
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11:09am Tue 13 Nov 12

Sammy2sheds says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
So Sammy are you one of the sack Nigel get back Arry brigade?
no I hope na can turn this around but if anyone thinks nc will not act to protect the liebherr family investment they are mistaken
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: So Sammy are you one of the sack Nigel get back Arry brigade?[/p][/quote]no I hope na can turn this around but if anyone thinks nc will not act to protect the liebherr family investment they are mistaken Sammy2sheds
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11:14am Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Your right there I think it's all down to this weekend. But for me I would rather NA stays than a certain former manager return who other people on here have said they would like to see back
Your right there I think it's all down to this weekend. But for me I would rather NA stays than a certain former manager return who other people on here have said they would like to see back SO50 Saint
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11:30am Tue 13 Nov 12

Storm Shadow says...

Alicesdad wrote:
Adkins IS the man to stick with.

Calling him names just shows that you are probably now back in class and waiting for playtime. I hope Mummy has put something nice in your lunch boxes and don't forget to eat all your fruit.
Thats the Titanic spirit alive and well in Sunny Southampton.

No point in changing the captain lets just rearrange the red and white deck chairs
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: Adkins IS the man to stick with. Calling him names just shows that you are probably now back in class and waiting for playtime. I hope Mummy has put something nice in your lunch boxes and don't forget to eat all your fruit.[/p][/quote]Thats the Titanic spirit alive and well in Sunny Southampton. No point in changing the captain lets just rearrange the red and white deck chairs Storm Shadow
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11:33am Tue 13 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Latest poll in Pompey show Sadkins still has 89% support and only 11% want Rusty the Dancing Chimp to take over after the defeat at QPR on saturday....
Latest poll in Pompey show Sadkins still has 89% support and only 11% want Rusty the Dancing Chimp to take over after the defeat at QPR on saturday.... Force14
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11:36am Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Has he not already got the job at Fratton yet then still waiting for a more high profile job to come along. Guy Whittingham and Andy Awford favourites for your managers job WHO?
Has he not already got the job at Fratton yet then still waiting for a more high profile job to come along. Guy Whittingham and Andy Awford favourites for your managers job WHO? SO50 Saint
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11:38am Tue 13 Nov 12

insane saint says...

lets all do a Pompey and go on their site it must be fun to stay on there all day and spout off sh1t after sh1t.. come on girls sort it out.

be back later when all these twisted urchs have gone.
lets all do a Pompey and go on their site it must be fun to stay on there all day and spout off sh1t after sh1t.. come on girls sort it out. be back later when all these twisted urchs have gone. insane saint
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11:42am Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus.
The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class.
The next few weeks are massive, we all know that.
No Fear. No Surrender.
Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus. The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class. The next few weeks are massive, we all know that. No Fear. No Surrender. Mush On The Beach
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12:09pm Tue 13 Nov 12

TLoSaintsChi says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus.
The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class.
The next few weeks are massive, we all know that.
No Fear. No Surrender.
Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back.

I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus. The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class. The next few weeks are massive, we all know that. No Fear. No Surrender.[/p][/quote]Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back. I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before. TLoSaintsChi
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12:19pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Has he not already got the job at Fratton yet then still waiting for a more high profile job to come along. Guy Whittingham and Andy Awford favourites for your managers job WHO?
What are J Westwoods odds, he gets my vote?
Rusty already works there, he's their striker!
HAHAHAHAHAHA



STID
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Has he not already got the job at Fratton yet then still waiting for a more high profile job to come along. Guy Whittingham and Andy Awford favourites for your managers job WHO?[/p][/quote]What are J Westwoods odds, he gets my vote? Rusty already works there, he's their striker! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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12:29pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

TLoSaintsChi wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus.
The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class.
The next few weeks are massive, we all know that.
No Fear. No Surrender.
Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back.

I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before.
It’s tough at the top of the tree, I hope Nicola keeps his bottle.
Many have accused him of being intolerant and prone to rash decisions, but he has stuck with Nigel so far. We have all made our opinions clear over the past couple of months on whether to stick or twist.

I don’t see anybody jumping off the page to come in and do any better right now, so I stay stick with Nigel and give him a decent chance to turn it around. I for one believe he has earned the right.
[quote][p][bold]TLoSaintsChi[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus. The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class. The next few weeks are massive, we all know that. No Fear. No Surrender.[/p][/quote]Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back. I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before.[/p][/quote]It’s tough at the top of the tree, I hope Nicola keeps his bottle. Many have accused him of being intolerant and prone to rash decisions, but he has stuck with Nigel so far. We have all made our opinions clear over the past couple of months on whether to stick or twist. I don’t see anybody jumping off the page to come in and do any better right now, so I stay stick with Nigel and give him a decent chance to turn it around. I for one believe he has earned the right. Mush On The Beach
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12:36pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
TLoSaintsChi wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus.
The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class.
The next few weeks are massive, we all know that.
No Fear. No Surrender.
Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back.

I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before.
It’s tough at the top of the tree, I hope Nicola keeps his bottle.
Many have accused him of being intolerant and prone to rash decisions, but he has stuck with Nigel so far. We have all made our opinions clear over the past couple of months on whether to stick or twist.

I don’t see anybody jumping off the page to come in and do any better right now, so I stay stick with Nigel and give him a decent chance to turn it around. I for one believe he has earned the right.
I agree, he has earned the right to have a bit more time to prove himself, even though I'm not one of those who says I'd rather drop down the league again with him.
If he was sacked at the moment, it wuld be nothing more tha a knee-jerk reaction to a situation that maybe temporary.


STID
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TLoSaintsChi[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus. The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class. The next few weeks are massive, we all know that. No Fear. No Surrender.[/p][/quote]Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back. I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before.[/p][/quote]It’s tough at the top of the tree, I hope Nicola keeps his bottle. Many have accused him of being intolerant and prone to rash decisions, but he has stuck with Nigel so far. We have all made our opinions clear over the past couple of months on whether to stick or twist. I don’t see anybody jumping off the page to come in and do any better right now, so I stay stick with Nigel and give him a decent chance to turn it around. I for one believe he has earned the right.[/p][/quote]I agree, he has earned the right to have a bit more time to prove himself, even though I'm not one of those who says I'd rather drop down the league again with him. If he was sacked at the moment, it wuld be nothing more tha a knee-jerk reaction to a situation that maybe temporary. STID st1halo
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12:57pm Tue 13 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section.

He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
HEdidn't know GULY well some may say ignorance is bliss.Whilst members of the GULY DO PRADO fan club may say GULY is the best footballer to come out of Brazil since PELE.
Talking of PELE does anyone know what happened to our very own PELE- the centre back.i know he left SAINTS to join WBA but i haven't heard of him for several seasons now,There are not many clubs in england who can say. YES PELE PLAYED FOR US.
COYR
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'[/p][/quote]HEdidn't know GULY well some may say ignorance is bliss.Whilst members of the GULY DO PRADO fan club may say GULY is the best footballer to come out of Brazil since PELE. Talking of PELE does anyone know what happened to our very own PELE- the centre back.i know he left SAINTS to join WBA but i haven't heard of him for several seasons now,There are not many clubs in england who can say. YES PELE PLAYED FOR US. COYR CB FRY LIVES
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1:00pm Tue 13 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
TLoSaintsChi wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus.
The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class.
The next few weeks are massive, we all know that.
No Fear. No Surrender.
Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back.

I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before.
It’s tough at the top of the tree, I hope Nicola keeps his bottle.
Many have accused him of being intolerant and prone to rash decisions, but he has stuck with Nigel so far. We have all made our opinions clear over the past couple of months on whether to stick or twist.

I don’t see anybody jumping off the page to come in and do any better right now, so I stay stick with Nigel and give him a decent chance to turn it around. I for one believe he has earned the right.
The next 3 matches are vital for us.if we still have only 5 points after they have been played i fear that Nigel Adkins will join the long list of ex SOUTHAMPTON Managers.
COYR. 9 POINTS FROM THE NEXT 3 LEAGUE GAMES PLEASE.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TLoSaintsChi[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Nice to see Cork back in the team at the weekend, that is a real plus. The team are still playing for the Manager and the crowd are still showing their loyalty and class. The next few weeks are massive, we all know that. No Fear. No Surrender.[/p][/quote]Cork brought a better balance to the side on the weekend glad that he s back. I fear whichever manager loses this weekend will lose his job. Massive game but we have got out of tighter situations before.[/p][/quote]It’s tough at the top of the tree, I hope Nicola keeps his bottle. Many have accused him of being intolerant and prone to rash decisions, but he has stuck with Nigel so far. We have all made our opinions clear over the past couple of months on whether to stick or twist. I don’t see anybody jumping off the page to come in and do any better right now, so I stay stick with Nigel and give him a decent chance to turn it around. I for one believe he has earned the right.[/p][/quote]The next 3 matches are vital for us.if we still have only 5 points after they have been played i fear that Nigel Adkins will join the long list of ex SOUTHAMPTON Managers. COYR. 9 POINTS FROM THE NEXT 3 LEAGUE GAMES PLEASE. CB FRY LIVES
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1:03pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

sammy2heads
eye shadow
redthedandy10
wonky wheels scooter75
forcekin14

are you having a liquidation get together
after the fat lady sings.
sammy2heads eye shadow redthedandy10 wonky wheels scooter75 forcekin14 are you having a liquidation get together after the fat lady sings. angus mc coatup
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1:26pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
sammy2heads
eye shadow
redthedandy10
wonky wheels scooter75
forcekin14

are you having a liquidation get together
after the fat lady sings.
Oh I see. Anyone who thinks Adkins should walk the plank, is a skate. Brilliant!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: sammy2heads eye shadow redthedandy10 wonky wheels scooter75 forcekin14 are you having a liquidation get together after the fat lady sings.[/p][/quote]Oh I see. Anyone who thinks Adkins should walk the plank, is a skate. Brilliant! redandy10
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1:27pm Tue 13 Nov 12

AaronLeeSaint says...

I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key. AaronLeeSaint
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1:37pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

"Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone".

So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating.

Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
"Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous! More Glory
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1:41pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
[quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa. redandy10
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1:41pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

You would know all about football clubs cheating wouldn't you MG. And as for low level noise spose its a bit better than only having 7,000 fans for the last 5 minutes of an important home game. I don't think anyone who was there on Saturday has referred to it as low level noise tho. And another point when we played Hartlepool first season down in your position except we had the 10 point deduction already the whole end was sold out on a Tuesday night didnt seem that way at Bury's ground on Saturday
You would know all about football clubs cheating wouldn't you MG. And as for low level noise spose its a bit better than only having 7,000 fans for the last 5 minutes of an important home game. I don't think anyone who was there on Saturday has referred to it as low level noise tho. And another point when we played Hartlepool first season down in your position except we had the 10 point deduction already the whole end was sold out on a Tuesday night didnt seem that way at Bury's ground on Saturday SO50 Saint
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1:44pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
sammy2heads
eye shadow
redthedandy10
wonky wheels scooter75
forcekin14

are you having a liquidation get together
after the fat lady sings.
If things keep going the way they are down the road Angus, it won't be long before you can produce a list as long as this that covers the entire Fratton faithful!!!

HAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: sammy2heads eye shadow redthedandy10 wonky wheels scooter75 forcekin14 are you having a liquidation get together after the fat lady sings.[/p][/quote]If things keep going the way they are down the road Angus, it won't be long before you can produce a list as long as this that covers the entire Fratton faithful!!! HAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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1:51pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
"Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone".

So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating.

Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Have to agree about the noise output Gloria, we could hear your lot BOOING from here, And that's when 30% of the crowd of the 40% empty stadium had left 20 mins before

HAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Have to agree about the noise output Gloria, we could hear your lot BOOING from here, And that's when 30% of the crowd of the 40% empty stadium had left 20 mins before HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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1:53pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

More Glory wrote:
"Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone".

So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating.

Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!)
Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints.
Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time. Mush On The Beach
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1:53pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Velleity says...

redandy10 wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
sammy2heads
eye shadow
redthedandy10
wonky wheels scooter75
forcekin14

are you having a liquidation get together
after the fat lady sings.
Oh I see. Anyone who thinks Adkins should walk the plank, is a skate. Brilliant!
Well anyone who posts cack like this is no impartial observer. You clearly have an axe to grind:

"redandy10 wrote:
By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds. Can anyone comment as to the validity of this?"
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: sammy2heads eye shadow redthedandy10 wonky wheels scooter75 forcekin14 are you having a liquidation get together after the fat lady sings.[/p][/quote]Oh I see. Anyone who thinks Adkins should walk the plank, is a skate. Brilliant![/p][/quote]Well anyone who posts cack like this is no impartial observer. You clearly have an axe to grind: "redandy10 wrote: By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds. Can anyone comment as to the validity of this?" Velleity
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1:53pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
I agree, we owe him some time but the club and premiership must come first


STID
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]I agree, we owe him some time but the club and premiership must come first STID st1halo
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1:59pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Velleity says...

redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you. Velleity
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2:01pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now? Mush On The Beach
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2:03pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season, More Glory
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2:07pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in. redandy10
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2:10pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA


STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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2:18pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have.

At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level.

I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?[/p][/quote]I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends. redandy10
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2:19pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed.
You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!! Mush On The Beach
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2:25pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Velleity says...

redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do. Velleity
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2:33pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

redandy10 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have.

At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level.

I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.
Think 'Arry and NC would be too far apart in their outlook for it ever to be a possibility

Murihnio for me!
Yes i know.... we couldn't afford him and he would never come here but he has expressed a wish to come back to English football and one can dream. HAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?[/p][/quote]I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.[/p][/quote]Think 'Arry and NC would be too far apart in their outlook for it ever to be a possibility Murihnio for me! Yes i know.... we couldn't afford him and he would never come here but he has expressed a wish to come back to English football and one can dream. HAHA STID st1halo
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2:33pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

redandy10 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have.

At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level.

I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.
Nigel will go if the results don’t ultimately turn around, he knows that, it’s the law of the jungle.
I rate Harry as a manager, but not for this club, too much water under the bridge. The fans would be divided and that is a root cause for further failure. How many games did we lose from winning positions with him at the helm last time? enough to relegate us
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?[/p][/quote]I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.[/p][/quote]Nigel will go if the results don’t ultimately turn around, he knows that, it’s the law of the jungle. I rate Harry as a manager, but not for this club, too much water under the bridge. The fans would be divided and that is a root cause for further failure. How many games did we lose from winning positions with him at the helm last time? enough to relegate us Mush On The Beach
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2:37pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!![/p][/quote]but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it? More Glory
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2:38pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

redandy10 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have.

At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level.

I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.
then your wrong alan curbishley has with the expereience and he has worked with a budget ,kept charton above there weight for ages ,he is a better manager then redknapp .when he came up with the skunts he was no better ,they onlt won games at notllfcrap no away wins all season .only when he was allowed tu up the wages and cheat status did he achieve anything in the premier league .he lost is job at spurs because he wanted them to pay modric a redicolous wage to keep him there ,and brake spurs wage budget.levi was not going to have it,lowe here had the same argument here about wages.jamie redknap will tell you that.so you rule redknapp right out .he will not be appionted here ,as we have lou reed working for the club who knows both pardew and curbishley .this would make alan favorite if they decide to change manager,but they still may not change yet ,but cortesse looked concerned when the camera went on him saturday.like your matty bit there is a point . i would swap adam for gaston put him wide given adam a free role .relieve from defending .just linking set up attacks ,cork could have given him the ball .instaed of passing back more options
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?[/p][/quote]I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.[/p][/quote]then your wrong alan curbishley has with the expereience and he has worked with a budget ,kept charton above there weight for ages ,he is a better manager then redknapp .when he came up with the skunts he was no better ,they onlt won games at notllfcrap no away wins all season .only when he was allowed tu up the wages and cheat status did he achieve anything in the premier league .he lost is job at spurs because he wanted them to pay modric a redicolous wage to keep him there ,and brake spurs wage budget.levi was not going to have it,lowe here had the same argument here about wages.jamie redknap will tell you that.so you rule redknapp right out .he will not be appionted here ,as we have lou reed working for the club who knows both pardew and curbishley .this would make alan favorite if they decide to change manager,but they still may not change yet ,but cortesse looked concerned when the camera went on him saturday.like your matty bit there is a point . i would swap adam for gaston put him wide given adam a free role .relieve from defending .just linking set up attacks ,cork could have given him the ball .instaed of passing back more options saintkenny
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2:39pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa.

Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy? More Glory
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2:39pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

It would be a Pompey's fan dream us getting Arry back playing in front of a half empty stadium and losing money on an alarmingly regular basis. I can't stand the bloke so much that I had to turn a league of their own off the other night because he was on it. Let him go to QPR
It would be a Pompey's fan dream us getting Arry back playing in front of a half empty stadium and losing money on an alarmingly regular basis. I can't stand the bloke so much that I had to turn a league of their own off the other night because he was on it. Let him go to QPR SO50 Saint
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2:42pm Tue 13 Nov 12

thehoggsback says...

redandy10 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have.

At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level.

I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.
f*** o** and d** you skate c***
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?[/p][/quote]I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.[/p][/quote]f*** o** and d** you skate c*** thehoggsback
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2:42pm Tue 13 Nov 12

TEBOURBA says...

Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame. TEBOURBA
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2:46pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?
It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!![/p][/quote]but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?[/p][/quote]It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure. Mush On The Beach
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2:49pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?
It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.
Dilldo
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!![/p][/quote]but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?[/p][/quote]It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.[/p][/quote]Dilldo Mush On The Beach
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2:55pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa.

Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria!
It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new!
For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!)
You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings!
People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end!
It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation!
As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community
You should try it!
HAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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2:56pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?
It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.
Dilldo
Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!![/p][/quote]but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?[/p][/quote]It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.[/p][/quote]Dilldo[/p][/quote]Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out Mush On The Beach
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2:57pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Velleity says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
Tebourba, sorry to have to repeat what I've said to you a hundred times; you have absolutely NO IDEA what the relationship betweent NC and NA is. You post acres of arguments based upon your supposition of their relationship. No matter what your sources, nothing ever comes out of the closed meetings that the two of them have - rightly so, in my opinion.

It would be just as valid for me to say that Cortese has given Adkins total complete support until the end of the season. Just as much based in fact as your "knowledge" of Cortese.

You've forecast QPR 2-0, so I'll remember I read it here first.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]Tebourba, sorry to have to repeat what I've said to you a hundred times; you have absolutely NO IDEA what the relationship betweent NC and NA is. You post acres of arguments based upon your supposition of their relationship. No matter what your sources, nothing ever comes out of the closed meetings that the two of them have - rightly so, in my opinion. It would be just as valid for me to say that Cortese has given Adkins total complete support until the end of the season. Just as much based in fact as your "knowledge" of Cortese. You've forecast QPR 2-0, so I'll remember I read it here first. Velleity
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3:00pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
at the same the to 2 people you mentioned have put the club there .and they still have more time ,but if it does not improve they will make a decision .and make a change .but if you have a mangar who has got you 2 back to back promotions you have to allow him the time .its not enough yet .because were not adrift as yet ,the board may have been forced to make a decision .and that could be the case in a few weeks ,say the weekend if they pull off a win ,the qpr chairman as told sparky lose the weekend and your sacked ,so he is under more pressue,and all the others are playing top 6 clubs ,even after the weekend the picture could look different ,maybe the key is the norwich game after newcastle ,if there adrift then adkins will probably go and i think either alan curbishley or gordon strachan will take the reigns if the latter does not take the scotland job
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]at the same the to 2 people you mentioned have put the club there .and they still have more time ,but if it does not improve they will make a decision .and make a change .but if you have a mangar who has got you 2 back to back promotions you have to allow him the time .its not enough yet .because were not adrift as yet ,the board may have been forced to make a decision .and that could be the case in a few weeks ,say the weekend if they pull off a win ,the qpr chairman as told sparky lose the weekend and your sacked ,so he is under more pressue,and all the others are playing top 6 clubs ,even after the weekend the picture could look different ,maybe the key is the norwich game after newcastle ,if there adrift then adkins will probably go and i think either alan curbishley or gordon strachan will take the reigns if the latter does not take the scotland job saintkenny
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3:03pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
Just out of interest, I wonder who it was that footed the bill and sanctioned the bonding trip to the hotel...... just wondering

Trebourba, you shouldn't have opened your legs for him in the first place, it's over, NC has moved on, let it go!

STID
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]Just out of interest, I wonder who it was that footed the bill and sanctioned the bonding trip to the hotel...... just wondering Trebourba, you shouldn't have opened your legs for him in the first place, it's over, NC has moved on, let it go! STID st1halo
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3:12pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar?

OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad More Glory
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3:12pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
cortesse and the board gave nigel a 33 million kitty to spend 12 gaston 7 rodriguez alont thats 19 million both broke saints transfer records ,why dont you read some stats and stop writing rubbish ,and remember we got 12 million for the young pompey lad chamberlain ,which nigel put in the team young .so earning the club that some of money towards the kitty .enough reason to keep faith.stop writing rubbush numpty get the facts.cortesse has backed him loads .more than any other manager in saints long history
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]cortesse and the board gave nigel a 33 million kitty to spend 12 gaston 7 rodriguez alont thats 19 million both broke saints transfer records ,why dont you read some stats and stop writing rubbish ,and remember we got 12 million for the young pompey lad chamberlain ,which nigel put in the team young .so earning the club that some of money towards the kitty .enough reason to keep faith.stop writing rubbush numpty get the facts.cortesse has backed him loads .more than any other manager in saints long history saintkenny
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3:17pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?
It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.
Dilldo
Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out
I do believe your populous is more inbred than ours - ie we have always got new blood in via the dockyard which was. Therefore the girth problem must e yours - and who brought this subject err up; yourself. Little boys always talking bout little things. Ho. The stains have only ever got it up properly once, and that was just a minor event really , and it was almost 40 years ago. History - ya can't beat it can ya.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!![/p][/quote]but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?[/p][/quote]It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.[/p][/quote]Dilldo[/p][/quote]Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out[/p][/quote]I do believe your populous is more inbred than ours - ie we have always got new blood in via the dockyard which was. Therefore the girth problem must e yours - and who brought this subject err up; yourself. Little boys always talking bout little things. Ho. The stains have only ever got it up properly once, and that was just a minor event really , and it was almost 40 years ago. History - ya can't beat it can ya. More Glory
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3:20pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar?

OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad saintkenny
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3:23pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Was it all really worth it though More glory the cup win the match against Milan? If and it's a big IF we can stay up this season this club will really start going places everything is in place we just have to ensure safety unfortunatly the only place Pompey are heading is Dagenham and Redbridge if they are lucky next year. Would reccomend the social club at the ground its quite good in there before kick off
Was it all really worth it though More glory the cup win the match against Milan? If and it's a big IF we can stay up this season this club will really start going places everything is in place we just have to ensure safety unfortunatly the only place Pompey are heading is Dagenham and Redbridge if they are lucky next year. Would reccomend the social club at the ground its quite good in there before kick off SO50 Saint
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3:25pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch.

Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision!

mmmh
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh More Glory
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3:37pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?
It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.
Dilldo
Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out
I do believe your populous is more inbred than ours - ie we have always got new blood in via the dockyard which was. Therefore the girth problem must e yours - and who brought this subject err up; yourself. Little boys always talking bout little things. Ho. The stains have only ever got it up properly once, and that was just a minor event really , and it was almost 40 years ago. History - ya can't beat it can ya.
The penile dysfunction order is clear to see, you come on here to mask it and try and big yourself up.

Dockyards, do me a favour. That’s where the true definition of SCUMMER came from. You sent SCAB labour to Southampton’s commercial docks at the height of a national dispute. (No dispute at a military Poopey docks) YOU POMPEY SCUM!!!!

Oh let’s just cut to the chase, you are and always will be an insecure jealous skunt, forever in the shadow of Southampton and that’s where your puerile jealous hatred stems from.

Visual aid finale: I’m waggling my little finger at you. Enjoy the rest of your day
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!![/p][/quote]but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?[/p][/quote]It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.[/p][/quote]Dilldo[/p][/quote]Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out[/p][/quote]I do believe your populous is more inbred than ours - ie we have always got new blood in via the dockyard which was. Therefore the girth problem must e yours - and who brought this subject err up; yourself. Little boys always talking bout little things. Ho. The stains have only ever got it up properly once, and that was just a minor event really , and it was almost 40 years ago. History - ya can't beat it can ya.[/p][/quote]The penile dysfunction order is clear to see, you come on here to mask it and try and big yourself up. Dockyards, do me a favour. That’s where the true definition of SCUMMER came from. You sent SCAB labour to Southampton’s commercial docks at the height of a national dispute. (No dispute at a military Poopey docks) YOU POMPEY SCUM!!!! Oh let’s just cut to the chase, you are and always will be an insecure jealous skunt, forever in the shadow of Southampton and that’s where your puerile jealous hatred stems from. Visual aid finale: I’m waggling my little finger at you. Enjoy the rest of your day Mush On The Beach
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3:42pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch.

Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision!

mmmh
simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh[/p][/quote]simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ????? saintkenny
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3:42pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!!
but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?
It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.
Dilldo
Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out
I do believe your populous is more inbred than ours - ie we have always got new blood in via the dockyard which was. Therefore the girth problem must e yours - and who brought this subject err up; yourself. Little boys always talking bout little things. Ho. The stains have only ever got it up properly once, and that was just a minor event really , and it was almost 40 years ago. History - ya can't beat it can ya.
The penile dysfunction order is clear to see, you come on here to mask it and try and big yourself up. Dockyards, do me a favour. That’s where the true definition of SCUMMER came from. You sent SCAB labour to Southampton’s commercial docks at the height of a national dispute. (No dispute at a military Poopey docks) YOU POMPEY SCUM!!!! Oh let’s just cut to the chase, you are and always will be an insecure jealous skunt, forever in the shadow of Southampton and that’s where your puerile jealous hatred stems from. Visual aid finale: I’m waggling my little finger at you. Enjoy the rest of your day
You are the angry chap here. I 4 1 would never get angry. don't need to. Don't forget Admiral Jellicoe; your own favourite skate
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]Nice try but ultimately flawed. You are a man from a small town whose football club are well and truly fecked and you and your blue few booing fans are limp and powerless. No matter how much Viagra you quaff, you will never go up again!!![/p][/quote]but your erection emmm season will ulitmately go down - and a bit quicker than most. Enjoy the erection while it lasts. And I don't think you will get that high either - but size doesn't always matter does it?[/p][/quote]It’s all about GIRTH, ask Mrs Glory, that’s what the skunts in general are lacking. I’ll give you a tip, look for a **** called Whittingham, you never know he may be able to assist with some short term pleasure.[/p][/quote]Dilldo[/p][/quote]Why would Dilldo be a banned word? It represents all that it is Poopey on here. Artificially stimulated and the batteries eventually run out[/p][/quote]I do believe your populous is more inbred than ours - ie we have always got new blood in via the dockyard which was. Therefore the girth problem must e yours - and who brought this subject err up; yourself. Little boys always talking bout little things. Ho. The stains have only ever got it up properly once, and that was just a minor event really , and it was almost 40 years ago. History - ya can't beat it can ya.[/p][/quote]The penile dysfunction order is clear to see, you come on here to mask it and try and big yourself up. Dockyards, do me a favour. That’s where the true definition of SCUMMER came from. You sent SCAB labour to Southampton’s commercial docks at the height of a national dispute. (No dispute at a military Poopey docks) YOU POMPEY SCUM!!!! Oh let’s just cut to the chase, you are and always will be an insecure jealous skunt, forever in the shadow of Southampton and that’s where your puerile jealous hatred stems from. Visual aid finale: I’m waggling my little finger at you. Enjoy the rest of your day[/p][/quote]You are the angry chap here. I 4 1 would never get angry. don't need to. Don't forget Admiral Jellicoe; your own favourite skate More Glory
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3:43pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar?

OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one!
HAHAHAHA
I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do!
HAHAHAHA
I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too!
HAHAHAHA
True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early!
HAHAHAHA
Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago
ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one.
The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less)
You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE!
The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience.
So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast.
I don't have to harp on about times before I was born!
As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints!
HAHAHAHA


STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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3:43pm Tue 13 Nov 12

St Retford says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
Translation: NICOLA! I LOVE YOU! PLEASE! I DON'T MEAN WHAT I'M SAYING! WE CAN BE GOOD TOGETHER! WE CAN WORK IT OUT! CAN WE JUST GIVE IT ONE MORE GO AND I PROMISE THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME? I'VE BEEN SO LONELY WITHOUT YOU!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]Translation: NICOLA! I LOVE YOU! PLEASE! I DON'T MEAN WHAT I'M SAYING! WE CAN BE GOOD TOGETHER! WE CAN WORK IT OUT! CAN WE JUST GIVE IT ONE MORE GO AND I PROMISE THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME? I'VE BEEN SO LONELY WITHOUT YOU! St Retford
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3:59pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID
Fair play to you Shelia.

But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years.

I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie.

We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Fair play to you Shelia. But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years. I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie. We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers More Glory
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4:02pm Tue 13 Nov 12

St Retford says...

I'LL CHANGE! I'LL STOP DRINKING (ON TUESDAYS)! I'LL BE MORE CONSIDERATE. I'LL GIVE YOU SPACE! IT'LL BE LIKE IT WAS BEFORE! YOU LOVED ME THEN, DIDN'T YOU? DIDN'T YOU? DIDN'T YOU?

O NICOLA!
I'LL CHANGE! I'LL STOP DRINKING (ON TUESDAYS)! I'LL BE MORE CONSIDERATE. I'LL GIVE YOU SPACE! IT'LL BE LIKE IT WAS BEFORE! YOU LOVED ME THEN, DIDN'T YOU? DIDN'T YOU? DIDN'T YOU? O NICOLA! St Retford
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4:02pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

On a serious note Gloria (HAHAHA's aside)
I hope you do survive. For the long term supporter of a Football Club it is a desperate and very sad situation and no doubt the frustration of not being able to do anything about it and staring at oblivion in the face is sickening.
We know-- We've been there!
For me, for what it's worth,there is only one true rival and no one else will do!
I take your banter as humourous and enjoy it, as it should be, but it's no use taking it too seriously and venting your frustrations here.
Lotsa luv
Sheila

HAHAHAHA

STID
On a serious note Gloria (HAHAHA's aside) I hope you do survive. For the long term supporter of a Football Club it is a desperate and very sad situation and no doubt the frustration of not being able to do anything about it and staring at oblivion in the face is sickening. We know-- We've been there! For me, for what it's worth,there is only one true rival and no one else will do! I take your banter as humourous and enjoy it, as it should be, but it's no use taking it too seriously and venting your frustrations here. Lotsa luv Sheila HAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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4:05pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID
Fair play to you Shelia.

But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years.

I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie.

We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers
Can't argue with that ffs!

HAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Fair play to you Shelia. But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years. I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie. We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers[/p][/quote]Can't argue with that ffs! HAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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4:08pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

St Retford wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
Translation: NICOLA! I LOVE YOU! PLEASE! I DON'T MEAN WHAT I'M SAYING! WE CAN BE GOOD TOGETHER! WE CAN WORK IT OUT! CAN WE JUST GIVE IT ONE MORE GO AND I PROMISE THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME? I'VE BEEN SO LONELY WITHOUT YOU!
Love it!!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]Translation: NICOLA! I LOVE YOU! PLEASE! I DON'T MEAN WHAT I'M SAYING! WE CAN BE GOOD TOGETHER! WE CAN WORK IT OUT! CAN WE JUST GIVE IT ONE MORE GO AND I PROMISE THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME? I'VE BEEN SO LONELY WITHOUT YOU![/p][/quote]Love it!! st1halo
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4:13pm Tue 13 Nov 12

St Retford says...

O NICOLA! JUST LOOK AT ME! I’M DRINKING A BOTTLE OF WHISKY A DAY! I HAVEN’T EATEN SINCE MARCH! MY KIDS WON’T TALK TO ME! I’M LIVING IN A STATIC CARAVAN WITH ALL FLIES IN IT AND STUFF! IT’S RUBBISH! I’M SORRY! I’LL DO ANYTHING! I’LL STOP SAYING ALL THIS STUFF ON THE INTERNET IF YOU JUST GIVE ME ONE MORE CHANCE!
O NICOLA! JUST LOOK AT ME! I’M DRINKING A BOTTLE OF WHISKY A DAY! I HAVEN’T EATEN SINCE MARCH! MY KIDS WON’T TALK TO ME! I’M LIVING IN A STATIC CARAVAN WITH ALL FLIES IN IT AND STUFF! IT’S RUBBISH! I’M SORRY! I’LL DO ANYTHING! I’LL STOP SAYING ALL THIS STUFF ON THE INTERNET IF YOU JUST GIVE ME ONE MORE CHANCE! St Retford
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4:14pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

St Retford wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
Translation: NICOLA! I LOVE YOU! PLEASE! I DON'T MEAN WHAT I'M SAYING! WE CAN BE GOOD TOGETHER! WE CAN WORK IT OUT! CAN WE JUST GIVE IT ONE MORE GO AND I PROMISE THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME? I'VE BEEN SO LONELY WITHOUT YOU!
If tebourba sticks his head any further up his arris,he'll turn inside out.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]Translation: NICOLA! I LOVE YOU! PLEASE! I DON'T MEAN WHAT I'M SAYING! WE CAN BE GOOD TOGETHER! WE CAN WORK IT OUT! CAN WE JUST GIVE IT ONE MORE GO AND I PROMISE THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME? I'VE BEEN SO LONELY WITHOUT YOU![/p][/quote]If tebourba sticks his head any further up his arris,he'll turn inside out. angus mc coatup
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4:18pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID
Fair play to you Shelia. But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years. I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie. We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers
Can't argue with that ffs! HAHAHAHA STID
Well cheers Sheila, and Ill toast on my barby tonight (thats the barby that doesn't require viagra).

I am sure you spotted my cunning little barb at the end.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Fair play to you Shelia. But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years. I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie. We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers[/p][/quote]Can't argue with that ffs! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Well cheers Sheila, and Ill toast on my barby tonight (thats the barby that doesn't require viagra). I am sure you spotted my cunning little barb at the end. More Glory
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4:19pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID
Fair play to you Shelia. But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years. I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie. We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers
Can't argue with that ffs! HAHAHAHA STID
Well cheers Sheila, and Ill toast on my barby tonight (thats the barby that doesn't require viagra). I am sure you spotted my cunning little barb at the end.
I'll toast "to that" on my barby tonight - of course.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]Oooo stressy Gloria, must be the wrong time of the month! but for skates when is there a right one! HAHAHAHA I don't follow cricket as I find it rather boring but I can understand why you do! HAHAHAHA I'm assuming you are talking about Hampshire Cricket Club in which case that makes them your local little cricket club too! HAHAHAHA True that some idiot supporters leave early to miss traffic as they do at ALL FOOTBALL fixtures but NEVER 20 mins early! HAHAHAHA Can't remember the last time our team were booed off but can assure you it was a long long time ago ask me the question again because I don't remember you asking me one. The reason I say about our history over the last fifty years is because it encompasses our lifetimes generally, (some more, some less) You insist on an all time history because you know that long before most Skates time, and certainly before my time, Pompey had a club, just like Glossop NE! The reality is we don't know the all time history anyway, only recorded history so let's stick to what we know and experience. So.... I've been going to watch Saints since the 60's and in all that time, in all my life, bar our recent blip, Saints have been the bigger, better supported and higher achievers on the South Coast. I don't have to harp on about times before I was born! As for my HAHA's. I post this when i genuinely find amusement in what I am saying which funnily enough is replying to what you say. I am mad! Mad on Saints! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Fair play to you Shelia. But you have to admit, Pompey have been the better team over the last 10 years. I think you need to lighten up your fellow fans, maybe these are the kind of guys who have a go at their goalie. We always support our goalies, and geneerallyour managers[/p][/quote]Can't argue with that ffs! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Well cheers Sheila, and Ill toast on my barby tonight (thats the barby that doesn't require viagra). I am sure you spotted my cunning little barb at the end.[/p][/quote]I'll toast "to that" on my barby tonight - of course. More Glory
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4:20pm Tue 13 Nov 12

randre says...

scooter75 wrote:
Is corky Tango Heads official spokesman, let the teak coloured master tactician speak for himself.
Child
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: Is corky Tango Heads official spokesman, let the teak coloured master tactician speak for himself.[/p][/quote]Child randre
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4:21pm Tue 13 Nov 12

randre says...

kent141 wrote:
I think the press are fed up with the usual ' you must win football matches' comments from the smiling orange goofball.
Petulant child
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: I think the press are fed up with the usual ' you must win football matches' comments from the smiling orange goofball.[/p][/quote]Petulant child randre
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4:21pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
On a serious note Gloria (HAHAHA's aside) I hope you do survive. For the long term supporter of a Football Club it is a desperate and very sad situation and no doubt the frustration of not being able to do anything about it and staring at oblivion in the face is sickening. We know-- We've been there! For me, for what it's worth,there is only one true rival and no one else will do! I take your banter as humourous and enjoy it, as it should be, but it's no use taking it too seriously and venting your frustrations here. Lotsa luv Sheila HAHAHAHA STID
Nice one. Cheers. Life is too short

I think we will survive. I always enjoyed the lower leagues before.

Of course - I wouldn't want your club to be up there alll on your own.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: On a serious note Gloria (HAHAHA's aside) I hope you do survive. For the long term supporter of a Football Club it is a desperate and very sad situation and no doubt the frustration of not being able to do anything about it and staring at oblivion in the face is sickening. We know-- We've been there! For me, for what it's worth,there is only one true rival and no one else will do! I take your banter as humourous and enjoy it, as it should be, but it's no use taking it too seriously and venting your frustrations here. Lotsa luv Sheila HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Nice one. Cheers. Life is too short I think we will survive. I always enjoyed the lower leagues before. Of course - I wouldn't want your club to be up there alll on your own. More Glory
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4:27pm Tue 13 Nov 12

randre says...

More Glory wrote:
"Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone".

So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating.

Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation!

Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT randre
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4:36pm Tue 13 Nov 12

St Retford says...

randre wrote:
More Glory wrote:
"Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone".

So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating.

Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation!

Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT
I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world."

It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT[/p][/quote]I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered... St Retford
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5:06pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh
simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????
he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things.

Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh[/p][/quote]simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????[/p][/quote]he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while. More Glory
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5:08pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

St Retford wrote:
randre wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT
I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...
Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT[/p][/quote]I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...[/p][/quote]Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive? More Glory
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5:11pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

thehoggsback wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have.

At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level.

I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.
f*** o** and d** you skate c***
Pleb!
[quote][p][bold]thehoggsback[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?[/p][/quote]I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.[/p][/quote]f*** o** and d** you skate c***[/p][/quote]Pleb! redandy10
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5:14pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

More Glory says...
5:08pm Tue 13 Nov 12

St Retford wrote:

randre wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT
I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...
Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive?”

Yes because by 'diving' he has cost local companies and other creditors an awful lot of money.

For the record it was 1 dive on Sat or he was too easily pushed off the ball right in front of the Northam the others were not dives
More Glory says... 5:08pm Tue 13 Nov 12 St Retford wrote: randre wrote: More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous! Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered... Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive?” Yes because by 'diving' he has cost local companies and other creditors an awful lot of money. For the record it was 1 dive on Sat or he was too easily pushed off the ball right in front of the Northam the others were not dives SO50 Saint
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5:17pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark. redandy10
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5:21pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

More Glory wrote:
St Retford wrote:
randre wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT
I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...
Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive?
Mixed opinions on that, have you watched any footage of the Swansea game? If you can, do so and come back with your unbiaed opinion on the shouts, study carefully mind, we obviously are heavily biased in his favour however, the first we think he was looking for it, no Pen. The second was 50/50 when contact was made he had already lost his balance, no Penalty, but no dive either, the third unquestionably a Penalty but not given because of what had happened previously, I would like to hear whether you agree with our thoughts on the matter. Feel free to be honest, we won't bite.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT[/p][/quote]I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...[/p][/quote]Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive?[/p][/quote]Mixed opinions on that, have you watched any footage of the Swansea game? If you can, do so and come back with your unbiaed opinion on the shouts, study carefully mind, we obviously are heavily biased in his favour however, the first we think he was looking for it, no Pen. The second was 50/50 when contact was made he had already lost his balance, no Penalty, but no dive either, the third unquestionably a Penalty but not given because of what had happened previously, I would like to hear whether you agree with our thoughts on the matter. Feel free to be honest, we won't bite. OSPREYSAINT
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5:21pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Ive been in the Forest looking for nuts today I only hope that the Squad listened to George Graham on 5 live last night all about defensive training we could learn a thing or two from that great man come on in !
Ive been in the Forest looking for nuts today I only hope that the Squad listened to George Graham on 5 live last night all about defensive training we could learn a thing or two from that great man come on in ! Fatty x Ford Worker
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5:25pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

Fatty x Ford Worker wrote:
Ive been in the Forest looking for nuts today I only hope that the Squad listened to George Graham on 5 live last night all about defensive training we could learn a thing or two from that great man come on in !
Very true!
[quote][p][bold]Fatty x Ford Worker[/bold] wrote: Ive been in the Forest looking for nuts today I only hope that the Squad listened to George Graham on 5 live last night all about defensive training we could learn a thing or two from that great man come on in ![/p][/quote]Very true! redandy10
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5:26pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression. OSPREYSAINT
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5:30pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Fatty x Ford Worker wrote:
Ive been in the Forest looking for nuts today I only hope that the Squad listened to George Graham on 5 live last night all about defensive training we could learn a thing or two from that great man come on in !
What's happening here tonight, another sensible post! Plenty of nuts down Portsdown way! You are right, there are plenty of defensive lessons for us to learn and GG knows a lot of them.
[quote][p][bold]Fatty x Ford Worker[/bold] wrote: Ive been in the Forest looking for nuts today I only hope that the Squad listened to George Graham on 5 live last night all about defensive training we could learn a thing or two from that great man come on in ![/p][/quote]What's happening here tonight, another sensible post! Plenty of nuts down Portsdown way! You are right, there are plenty of defensive lessons for us to learn and GG knows a lot of them. OSPREYSAINT
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5:31pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Invidia says...

In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift Invidia
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5:33pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry! redandy10
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5:35pm Tue 13 Nov 12

promised land says...

Force14 wrote:
Latest poll in Pompey show Sadkins still has 89% support and only 11% want Rusty the Dancing Chimp to take over after the defeat at QPR on saturday....
Don't give a toss what you think down there. Your thoughts have no significance to us.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: Latest poll in Pompey show Sadkins still has 89% support and only 11% want Rusty the Dancing Chimp to take over after the defeat at QPR on saturday....[/p][/quote]Don't give a toss what you think down there. Your thoughts have no significance to us. promised land
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5:40pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
Could do worse I suppose!
[quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]Could do worse I suppose! OSPREYSAINT
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5:43pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
More Glory wrote:
St Retford wrote:
randre wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT
I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...
Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive?
Mixed opinions on that, have you watched any footage of the Swansea game? If you can, do so and come back with your unbiaed opinion on the shouts, study carefully mind, we obviously are heavily biased in his favour however, the first we think he was looking for it, no Pen. The second was 50/50 when contact was made he had already lost his balance, no Penalty, but no dive either, the third unquestionably a Penalty but not given because of what had happened previously, I would like to hear whether you agree with our thoughts on the matter. Feel free to be honest, we won't bite.
Just to make it clear, when I said "we", that was just a generalisation, not, as result of a poll or anything, just based on other posts.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Another child. Actually no, my 4 year old has more sense than you and your little army of fools who are destined for liquidation! Only Pompey cheat, and still paying for it now... FACT[/p][/quote]I have a five-year-old who I was teaching the Adam Lallana song to the other day. She sang back: "He poos on the left, he poos on the right, he wees in the middle and then rubs bits of leaves in your eyes and then kicks over the world." It's better than anything the skunts on here have mustered...[/p][/quote]Talking about cheating. Doesn't Lallana dive?[/p][/quote]Mixed opinions on that, have you watched any footage of the Swansea game? If you can, do so and come back with your unbiaed opinion on the shouts, study carefully mind, we obviously are heavily biased in his favour however, the first we think he was looking for it, no Pen. The second was 50/50 when contact was made he had already lost his balance, no Penalty, but no dive either, the third unquestionably a Penalty but not given because of what had happened previously, I would like to hear whether you agree with our thoughts on the matter. Feel free to be honest, we won't bite.[/p][/quote]Just to make it clear, when I said "we", that was just a generalisation, not, as result of a poll or anything, just based on other posts. OSPREYSAINT
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6:02pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Invidia says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
Could do worse I suppose!
That was not a serious suggestion Osprey it was supposed to show that even with an experienced manager it is difficult to get results, and that better the devil you know etc. etc.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]Could do worse I suppose![/p][/quote]That was not a serious suggestion Osprey it was supposed to show that even with an experienced manager it is difficult to get results, and that better the devil you know etc. etc. Invidia
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6:04pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Invidia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
Could do worse I suppose!
That was not a serious suggestion Osprey it was supposed to show that even with an experienced manager it is difficult to get results, and that better the devil you know etc. etc.
lol hence the exclamation mark at the end of my response.....
[quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]Could do worse I suppose![/p][/quote]That was not a serious suggestion Osprey it was supposed to show that even with an experienced manager it is difficult to get results, and that better the devil you know etc. etc.[/p][/quote]lol hence the exclamation mark at the end of my response..... OSPREYSAINT
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6:06pm Tue 13 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
[quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr ghk230473
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6:12pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section.

He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
just read the article in the telegraph. In isolation Interesting reaction from Do Prado, who comes across as a big girls blouse or a macho South American thing lost in translation.

Whatever you think of him few would argue he has the gravitas to get respect upon reminding others! Few do, and those that do wouldn't dream of it.
That aside impression finishing the
article is that Zaha is a bit of an arrogant so and so. Messi and Ronaldo aside all make way....... For Zaha!
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'[/p][/quote]just read the article in the telegraph. In isolation Interesting reaction from Do Prado, who comes across as a big girls blouse or a macho South American thing lost in translation. Whatever you think of him few would argue he has the gravitas to get respect upon reminding others! Few do, and those that do wouldn't dream of it. That aside impression finishing the article is that Zaha is a bit of an arrogant so and so. Messi and Ronaldo aside all make way....... For Zaha! Thornhill Saint
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6:17pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Force14 says...

redandy10 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry![/p][/quote]Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan.... Force14
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6:28pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

City Saint wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section.

He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over."

So that's cleared that up, then.

But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.
RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'[/p][/quote]That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over." So that's cleared that up, then. But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.[/p][/quote]RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE. Thornhill Saint
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6:28pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Invidia says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
As much as I like NA and feel that he has not had the rub of the green this season, I tend to agree with you. He is an excellent motivator and I don't believe that anyone Ferguson, Marinho whoever, who is capable of turning things around until the transfer window opens in January, unfortunitely it looks like the media circus could persuade NC into a hasty decision, there is so much Bull sh1t flung around about NC unfortunitely Sh1t sticks whether right or wrong Having said that he would not have been a top Swiss banker if he listened to Gossip and lost his nerve at the first bad results that came along
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]As much as I like NA and feel that he has not had the rub of the green this season, I tend to agree with you. He is an excellent motivator and I don't believe that anyone Ferguson, Marinho whoever, who is capable of turning things around until the transfer window opens in January, unfortunitely it looks like the media circus could persuade NC into a hasty decision, there is so much Bull sh1t flung around about NC unfortunitely Sh1t sticks whether right or wrong Having said that he would not have been a top Swiss banker if he listened to Gossip and lost his nerve at the first bad results that came along Invidia
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6:31pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Force14 wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....
A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry![/p][/quote]Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....[/p][/quote]A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan.... Force14
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6:32pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saint craig says...

If my memory serves me right the first rumours about NC thinking of sacking Pardew were starting near our first season in Div 1 .He stated although we started minus 10 points we were about 26 behind Norwich although we had spent more money on signings. If he uses the same logic and compares us with West Ham who finished below us last season I cant see NA surviving after November if the results dont pick up. Hope we dont lose on Saturday and Aarry the twitch gets the QPR job for the axe falls
If my memory serves me right the first rumours about NC thinking of sacking Pardew were starting near our first season in Div 1 .He stated although we started minus 10 points we were about 26 behind Norwich although we had spent more money on signings. If he uses the same logic and compares us with West Ham who finished below us last season I cant see NA surviving after November if the results dont pick up. Hope we dont lose on Saturday and Aarry the twitch gets the QPR job for the axe falls saint craig
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6:35pm Tue 13 Nov 12

PTID1898 says...

I bet they all had a great time as they all sat around rubbing in Adkins special formula of fake tan into each other, great team bonding I wonder how many internal team partnerships started on this trip,anyway come on the hoops QPR win me thinks 2-0 and scum back to bottom. play up pompey
I bet they all had a great time as they all sat around rubbing in Adkins special formula of fake tan into each other, great team bonding I wonder how many internal team partnerships started on this trip,anyway come on the hoops QPR win me thinks 2-0 and scum back to bottom. play up pompey PTID1898
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6:46pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Velleity says...

I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season.

And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right!

Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you.

We'll see.
I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see. Velleity
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6:49pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake. Baddesley Bill
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6:50pm Tue 13 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

PTID1898 wrote:
I bet they all had a great time as they all sat around rubbing in Adkins special formula of fake tan into each other, great team bonding I wonder how many internal team partnerships started on this trip,anyway come on the hoops QPR win me thinks 2-0 and scum back to bottom. play up pompey
It doesn't matter what the dirty skates think, their future is sfc!
The next generation will be supporting saints, bha or palace if they are to attend games! Question is do we want to be sitting next to such deformities?
Who knows which finger they'll be using to pick their noses with!
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I bet they all had a great time as they all sat around rubbing in Adkins special formula of fake tan into each other, great team bonding I wonder how many internal team partnerships started on this trip,anyway come on the hoops QPR win me thinks 2-0 and scum back to bottom. play up pompey[/p][/quote]It doesn't matter what the dirty skates think, their future is sfc! The next generation will be supporting saints, bha or palace if they are to attend games! Question is do we want to be sitting next to such deformities? Who knows which finger they'll be using to pick their noses with! ghk230473
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6:51pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Invidia says...

If my memory serves me right was it not one of Pompeys manager's (Avram Grant) who used some of the shady parlours.

Do not worry the WUM's will go too far shortly and cross the line with their insults and defamatory remarks and will have plod Knockking at their door
If my memory serves me right was it not one of Pompeys manager's (Avram Grant) who used some of the shady parlours. Do not worry the WUM's will go too far shortly and cross the line with their insults and defamatory remarks and will have plod Knockking at their door Invidia
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6:53pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Force14 wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....
If you are so jealous and that desperate, ring 02392007161 don't tell them you are a Portsmouth fan as the won't serve you if you do, but they are I am told very good value.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry![/p][/quote]Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....[/p][/quote]If you are so jealous and that desperate, ring 02392007161 don't tell them you are a Portsmouth fan as the won't serve you if you do, but they are I am told very good value. OSPREYSAINT
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6:56pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
City Saint wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section.

He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over."

So that's cleared that up, then.

But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.
RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE.
He said it in Portuguese, I think it got lost in translation.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'[/p][/quote]That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over." So that's cleared that up, then. But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.[/p][/quote]RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE.[/p][/quote]He said it in Portuguese, I think it got lost in translation. OSPREYSAINT
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7:01pm Tue 13 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

PTID1898 wrote:
I bet they all had a great time as they all sat around rubbing in Adkins special formula of fake tan into each other, great team bonding I wonder how many internal team partnerships started on this trip,anyway come on the hoops QPR win me thinks 2-0 and scum back to bottom. play up pompey
I hope you are right because it will mean we would have stayed up. I don't think Nigel is long for the Premiership. In this division defensive mistakes are usually punished, in the Championship this isn't so much the case.

I do respect the optimism of yourself & others on this site. A good trait to have, of which I am lacking.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I bet they all had a great time as they all sat around rubbing in Adkins special formula of fake tan into each other, great team bonding I wonder how many internal team partnerships started on this trip,anyway come on the hoops QPR win me thinks 2-0 and scum back to bottom. play up pompey[/p][/quote]I hope you are right because it will mean we would have stayed up. I don't think Nigel is long for the Premiership. In this division defensive mistakes are usually punished, in the Championship this isn't so much the case. I do respect the optimism of yourself & others on this site. A good trait to have, of which I am lacking. redandy10
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7:01pm Tue 13 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Al the pro Adkins fans could show solidarity by having a tan for QPR.
Al the pro Adkins fans could show solidarity by having a tan for QPR. kent141
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7:03pm Tue 13 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone ghk230473
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7:06pm Tue 13 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....
A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....
Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry![/p][/quote]Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....[/p][/quote]A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....[/p][/quote]Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose kent141
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7:11pm Tue 13 Nov 12

TheFatLadySings says...

Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears.

If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?
Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears. If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team? TheFatLadySings
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7:11pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
Agreed.
Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone[/p][/quote]Agreed. Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with. Baddesley Bill
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7:12pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

kent141 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....
A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....
Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose
You do know that every ticket for the game has been sold of course? Home and Away. What's the chance of a ticket for the big match against Doncaster, is the Park being packed? Don't tell me, I wouldn't be seen dead or alive in the shed.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry![/p][/quote]Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....[/p][/quote]A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....[/p][/quote]Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose[/p][/quote]You do know that every ticket for the game has been sold of course? Home and Away. What's the chance of a ticket for the big match against Doncaster, is the Park being packed? Don't tell me, I wouldn't be seen dead or alive in the shed. OSPREYSAINT
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7:15pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
Agreed.
Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.
I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone[/p][/quote]Agreed. Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.[/p][/quote]I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins..... Force14
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7:17pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

TheFatLadySings wrote:
Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears.

If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?
Please, don't start with this purile wit, it's all been done in your absence mate, and for heaven sake don't mention sunbeds if you value your sanity. Not606 are pining for you.
[quote][p][bold]TheFatLadySings[/bold] wrote: Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears. If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?[/p][/quote]Please, don't start with this purile wit, it's all been done in your absence mate, and for heaven sake don't mention sunbeds if you value your sanity. Not606 are pining for you. OSPREYSAINT
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7:18pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Force14 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
Agreed.
Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.
I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....
Ok I'll take you on how much are putting on and what odds are you expecting?
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone[/p][/quote]Agreed. Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.[/p][/quote]I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....[/p][/quote]Ok I'll take you on how much are putting on and what odds are you expecting? OSPREYSAINT
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7:19pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Force14 says...

kent141 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....
A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....
Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose
They are throwing in a free pitchfork with the first 20 tans tomorrow, i bet hundreds will be waiting by the time it opens.....
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry![/p][/quote]Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....[/p][/quote]A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....[/p][/quote]Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose[/p][/quote]They are throwing in a free pitchfork with the first 20 tans tomorrow, i bet hundreds will be waiting by the time it opens..... Force14
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7:22pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

kent141 wrote:
Al the pro Adkins fans could show solidarity by having a tan for QPR.
Is that Al the Adkins fan or All the Adkins fans. You are not making it clear.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Al the pro Adkins fans could show solidarity by having a tan for QPR.[/p][/quote]Is that Al the Adkins fan or All the Adkins fans. You are not making it clear. OSPREYSAINT
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7:22pm Tue 13 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Force14 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
Agreed.
Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.
I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....
Bill, how sick to your very fibre would you be to hear your grand child, great grandchild will be going to watch Bournemouth or bha? That's where theirs will be or saints to sit and support live football;D
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone[/p][/quote]Agreed. Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.[/p][/quote]I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....[/p][/quote]Bill, how sick to your very fibre would you be to hear your grand child, great grandchild will be going to watch Bournemouth or bha? That's where theirs will be or saints to sit and support live football;D ghk230473
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7:23pm Tue 13 Nov 12

TheFatLadySings says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
TheFatLadySings wrote:
Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears.

If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?
Please, don't start with this purile wit, it's all been done in your absence mate, and for heaven sake don't mention sunbeds if you value your sanity. Not606 are pining for you.
You have to admit you are all borderline Dorset Grockles!

Sunbeds are bad for you and fake tan is just awful...
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheFatLadySings[/bold] wrote: Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears. If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?[/p][/quote]Please, don't start with this purile wit, it's all been done in your absence mate, and for heaven sake don't mention sunbeds if you value your sanity. Not606 are pining for you.[/p][/quote]You have to admit you are all borderline Dorset Grockles! Sunbeds are bad for you and fake tan is just awful... TheFatLadySings
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7:23pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Force14 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
Agreed.
Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.
I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....
Ok I'll take you on how much are putting on and what odds are you expecting?
Trouble is the lardbutt only has to walk 10 yards before he turns bright red so it will be hard to prove...
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone[/p][/quote]Agreed. Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.[/p][/quote]I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....[/p][/quote]Ok I'll take you on how much are putting on and what odds are you expecting?[/p][/quote]Trouble is the lardbutt only has to walk 10 yards before he turns bright red so it will be hard to prove... Force14
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7:23pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Force14 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Velleity wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote:
I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four.

At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel?

My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop?

I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape.

Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.
It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.
I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb!

So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on.

Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.
The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential.

2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.
Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.
Sorry!
Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....
A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....
Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose
They are throwing in a free pitchfork with the first 20 tans tomorrow, i bet hundreds will be waiting by the time it opens.....
I know a suitable location for a pitchfork.......
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Are you really claiming there was nothing to suggest improvement in our performance against Swansea? Seriously? The Swansea fans I walked back to town with were astounded that they didn't concede a hatful of goals. They felt they had a very lucky escape. Perhaps they are unbiased, of course. That might explain why they saw a different game from you.[/p][/quote]It was a home game against a team that if we are to survive we must get three points from. If you see that game as some sort of turning point, then you are a fool. Simple! The Swansea fans were correct in the fact that we only let one goal in.[/p][/quote]I see what you did there. Very good. You see, I was talking about the Swansea fans thinking Sansea were lucky not to concede a hatful and you made a joke about it being Saints who should have conceded. That's superb! So, I know we only got a point (I was there, you see) but are you seriously suggesting that the performance wasn't better than previous weeks? You said you haven't been to all the games, so I'm not sure if you were there on Saturday. If not, the MOTD coverage didn't reflect the balance of the game. If you were there, you must have been watching with your obvious dislike (see earlier posts) of Adkins switched on. Be nice to get an serious response but by all means make a joke about sunbeds. Peope will think more of you if you do.[/p][/quote]The performance was better, but is it at a standard that keep us in the Premiership? We have a huge problem at the back, ok. But we've got some talent in the middle and up front. I don't think we're exploiting that talent to it's full potential. 2nd half in the Villa game we were carving them up. Not just short passes but some great direct stuff. Villa were poor but still we played some great stuff. At home against Swansea, that should be the bench mark.[/p][/quote]Much better response, thank you. Sorry if I upset you, but I lost the plot with those idiot WUMs. Please, for my blood pressure try to avoid sunbed jokes, they give a wrong impression.[/p][/quote]Sorry![/p][/quote]Special offer on at the sunbed shops...you can get a sadkins special which is between incinerate and radiation damage for the price of a normal tan....[/p][/quote]A free QPR ticket for everyone who braves the new ultimate managers special Chernobyl tan....[/p][/quote]Got to get rid of the tickets somehow i suppose[/p][/quote]They are throwing in a free pitchfork with the first 20 tans tomorrow, i bet hundreds will be waiting by the time it opens.....[/p][/quote]I know a suitable location for a pitchfork....... OSPREYSAINT
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7:26pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Normandy says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
very good comments.
Hppe someone takes notice
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]very good comments. Hppe someone takes notice Normandy
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7:27pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

TheFatLadySings wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
TheFatLadySings wrote:
Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears.

If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?
Please, don't start with this purile wit, it's all been done in your absence mate, and for heaven sake don't mention sunbeds if you value your sanity. Not606 are pining for you.
You have to admit you are all borderline Dorset Grockles!

Sunbeds are bad for you and fake tan is just awful...
I didn't realise that you had any expertise in the subject, you have never mentioned it before, I guess it will be a while before the sun shines on Nottarf Krap, best transfer your allegiance to the Cherries if you want some Grockling experience, I am not sure that it good for you though.
[quote][p][bold]TheFatLadySings[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheFatLadySings[/bold] wrote: Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears. If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?[/p][/quote]Please, don't start with this purile wit, it's all been done in your absence mate, and for heaven sake don't mention sunbeds if you value your sanity. Not606 are pining for you.[/p][/quote]You have to admit you are all borderline Dorset Grockles! Sunbeds are bad for you and fake tan is just awful...[/p][/quote]I didn't realise that you had any expertise in the subject, you have never mentioned it before, I guess it will be a while before the sun shines on Nottarf Krap, best transfer your allegiance to the Cherries if you want some Grockling experience, I am not sure that it good for you though. OSPREYSAINT
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7:29pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Force14 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
Agreed.
Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.
I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....
Ok I'll take you on how much are putting on and what odds are you expecting?
Trouble is the lardbutt only has to walk 10 yards before he turns bright red so it will be hard to prove...
The Bets off then? Chicken.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone[/p][/quote]Agreed. Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.[/p][/quote]I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....[/p][/quote]Ok I'll take you on how much are putting on and what odds are you expecting?[/p][/quote]Trouble is the lardbutt only has to walk 10 yards before he turns bright red so it will be hard to prove...[/p][/quote]The Bets off then? Chicken. OSPREYSAINT
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7:35pm Tue 13 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

STUPID SKUNT
morning glory
just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise

Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe.

best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it
it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur
STUPID SKUNT morning glory just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur circa 66 saint
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7:40pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today. Baddesley Bill
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7:43pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
*sweeties
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]*sweeties Baddesley Bill
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7:45pm Tue 13 Nov 12

slugger says...

that stench is still here ! ......... i too back us to climb out of the relegation dogfight , fair play to nigel for sticking to his principles , we can do this ....... COYR !!!
that stench is still here ! ......... i too back us to climb out of the relegation dogfight , fair play to nigel for sticking to his principles , we can do this ....... COYR !!! slugger
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7:45pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
*sweeties
you not so bad yourself bill !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]*sweeties[/p][/quote]you not so bad yourself bill !!!! angus mc coatup
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7:48pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift
I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro.

If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win.
Coyr
ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager.
If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need.

Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.
Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on.
Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him?
I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone
Agreed.
Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.
I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....
Bill, how sick to your very fibre would you be to hear your grand child, great grandchild will be going to watch Bournemouth or bha? That's where theirs will be or saints to sit and support live football;D
I think our dear neighbours have a lot more to worry about than we do (the true fans that is...not the silly little fry who make mischief on here).
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: In reply to all those posters who reckon that NA is out of his depth and we should go for an experienced premiership manager, how about Sparky he has all the attributes they are asking for and he will be a free agent quite soon methinks, if you get my drift[/p][/quote]I know this post is meant in jest, but yes I would have sparky as manager. Not going for him admittedly at qpr but has good experience and an ex-player if only briefly, saw him tackle two players at once and still come out with the ball at the dell against boro. If things don't pick up I believe Adkins should and will go. We were unlucky Saturday and decisions went against us but we are still not helping ourselves. He's lucky the fans are behind him, time will tell by way of performances if players are. If we get convincingly beat on Saturday I think he'll be gone but I've got us down for a win. Coyr[/p][/quote]ghk...surely you jest. I liked Mark Hughes as a player...but given the cash he's had to spend at his last two clubs, he is undoubtedly a failiure as a manager. If we lost NA, this would not be the sort of "prem experience" we need. Our little bet hangs in the balance. Hope I win for everyone's sake.[/p][/quote]Sparkys done alright at fulham and Blackburn. Didn't have much time at city and granted has spent a small fortune at qpr but they needed spending money on. Got to admit Adkins came across well after the baggies game, left out all the very veries and positive and working very hard! I'm struggling to think of who to replace him with but is that a reason to keep him? I don't care what the fans really think, it's the players, and that will be evident in their performances. I think we will get a result against qpr, but if not and depending on performance he'll be either still hanging in the balance or gone[/p][/quote]Agreed. Still think we'll be better off in the long run holding with.[/p][/quote]I bet old fat lump Billy has had a Chernobyl special tan to show his love for Sadkins.....[/p][/quote]Bill, how sick to your very fibre would you be to hear your grand child, great grandchild will be going to watch Bournemouth or bha? That's where theirs will be or saints to sit and support live football;D[/p][/quote]I think our dear neighbours have a lot more to worry about than we do (the true fans that is...not the silly little fry who make mischief on here). Baddesley Bill
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7:48pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
It is a pity it's a one track CD I am running out of counter arguments, there are few opportunities to make a joke out of a suntan.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]It is a pity it's a one track CD I am running out of counter arguments, there are few opportunities to make a joke out of a suntan. OSPREYSAINT
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7:52pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
*sweeties
you not so bad yourself bill !!!!
Apologies...that did sound a little Gaymex :O)
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]*sweeties[/p][/quote]you not so bad yourself bill !!!![/p][/quote]Apologies...that did sound a little Gaymex :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:55pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

If I had the wings of a sparrow ; o)
If I had the wings of a sparrow ; o) angus mc coatup
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7:59pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

O/T I know but just saw this:- Bolton Wanderers have announced that the club’s debt rose by nearly £26 million in the last financial year.

The figure now stands at £136.5 million, up from £110.6 million on the previous year.

The Whites' parent company, Burnden Leisure, has recouped a considerable amount from the transfers of Gary Cahill, Ali Al Habsi and Matt Taylor but has been hit hard by a huge reduction in television revenue and gate receipts since the club’s relegation.

Owner Eddie Davies has moved to re-finance monies owed to him by the club into a long-term loan allowing them to repay the figure over a period of between two and 10 years.

Commenting on the figures, chairman Phil Gartside told The Bolton News: "We continue to face a tough economic climate, but we have continued to invest across the business, and for the second year we have reduced our losses.

"Key to this set of figures is the fact Eddie Davies has converted his investment in our club from short-term to long-term debt.

"It is a huge vote of confidence and underlines the on-going support and commitment he has for our club."
Read more at http://www.clicklanc
ashire.com/sport/bol
ton-wanderers-fc/121
3625-bolton-wanderer
s-see-sharp-debt-ris
e.html#mOJ5X31V38jK3
05A.99
O/T I know but just saw this:- Bolton Wanderers have announced that the club’s debt rose by nearly £26 million in the last financial year. The figure now stands at £136.5 million, up from £110.6 million on the previous year. The Whites' parent company, Burnden Leisure, has recouped a considerable amount from the transfers of Gary Cahill, Ali Al Habsi and Matt Taylor but has been hit hard by a huge reduction in television revenue and gate receipts since the club’s relegation. Owner Eddie Davies has moved to re-finance monies owed to him by the club into a long-term loan allowing them to repay the figure over a period of between two and 10 years. Commenting on the figures, chairman Phil Gartside told The Bolton News: "We continue to face a tough economic climate, but we have continued to invest across the business, and for the second year we have reduced our losses. "Key to this set of figures is the fact Eddie Davies has converted his investment in our club from short-term to long-term debt. "It is a huge vote of confidence and underlines the on-going support and commitment he has for our club." Read more at http://www.clicklanc ashire.com/sport/bol ton-wanderers-fc/121 3625-bolton-wanderer s-see-sharp-debt-ris e.html#mOJ5X31V38jK3 05A.99 OSPREYSAINT
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7:59pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
City Saint wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section.

He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over."

So that's cleared that up, then.

But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.
RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE.
He said it in Portuguese, I think it got lost in translation.
EH CIIIIIIITY SAINT! RESPEITE-ME, EU SOU O GULY! VOCÊ SABE O MEU NOME! , DIGA....., SIM, GUUUUULY.

NICE!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'[/p][/quote]That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over." So that's cleared that up, then. But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.[/p][/quote]RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE.[/p][/quote]He said it in Portuguese, I think it got lost in translation.[/p][/quote]EH CIIIIIIITY SAINT! RESPEITE-ME, EU SOU O GULY! VOCÊ SABE O MEU NOME! , DIGA....., SIM, GUUUUULY. NICE!!!!! Thornhill Saint
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8:01pm Tue 13 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

I can't imagine being dumped out of 3 cup competitions at home to teams like Notts County and Wycombe Wanderers.
No disrespect to NC and WW but it must be a tad embarrassing.”
I also can't imagine having a run down sh1te hole for a ground and pathetic attendances or having to beg steal and borrow other cubs players each month.
That must also be a tad embarrassing””
I also can't imagine losing at home to Brentford in front of only 11,000 and starting to leave with 20 minutes left to play and then 7,000 people booing your own team which technically speaking isn't really yours.
That must be a tad embarrassing even for fish fiddling mongs”
I also can't imagine having a manager who couldn't get away fast enough after getting booed by his own supporters the night before and also having a ground that when spelt backwards says nottarf krap which is kind of apt I suppose.
Even so that must be a tad embarrassing even for inbred wannabe John Westwwod w@nkers who need a good Jimmy Saville seeing to.
I also can't imagine trying to buy your own club with less than 2,000 of the bestest ever greatest most bestest and greatest fans ever TM when most have only pledged the initial £100 but have no intentions of actually paying £1000 as the social won't give it to them.
That must be a tad embarrassing even for the prepubescent fish f@cking tw@ts that post utter sh1te on another teams site because they are such sad little westwood wannabe w@nkers
I also can't imagine losing to the bottom side in league one which would now mean you would soon be bottom when ten points are deducted for cheating and generally being one of the most dishonest and despised football clubs in football.
That must be a tad embarrassing even for a load of plastic cockney inbred chavs, of whom some still post on another clubs site pretending to be fans of that club thinking they are clever but really are showing what a sad bunch of mongs they really are.”
I also can't imagine being a sad fish fiddling pr1ck wanting to spend so much time spewing out the same old boring and childish load sh1te about a bigger and richer club with a bright future rather than wallowing in the demise and slow death of your own p1ss poor little club on your own site.
That must be a tad embarrassing.
I can't imagine being dumped out of 3 cup competitions at home to teams like Notts County and Wycombe Wanderers. No disrespect to NC and WW but it must be a tad embarrassing.” I also can't imagine having a run down sh1te hole for a ground and pathetic attendances or having to beg steal and borrow other cubs players each month. That must also be a tad embarrassing”” I also can't imagine losing at home to Brentford in front of only 11,000 and starting to leave with 20 minutes left to play and then 7,000 people booing your own team which technically speaking isn't really yours. That must be a tad embarrassing even for fish fiddling mongs” I also can't imagine having a manager who couldn't get away fast enough after getting booed by his own supporters the night before and also having a ground that when spelt backwards says nottarf krap which is kind of apt I suppose. Even so that must be a tad embarrassing even for inbred wannabe John Westwwod w@nkers who need a good Jimmy Saville seeing to. I also can't imagine trying to buy your own club with less than 2,000 of the bestest ever greatest most bestest and greatest fans ever TM when most have only pledged the initial £100 but have no intentions of actually paying £1000 as the social won't give it to them. That must be a tad embarrassing even for the prepubescent fish f@cking tw@ts that post utter sh1te on another teams site because they are such sad little westwood wannabe w@nkers I also can't imagine losing to the bottom side in league one which would now mean you would soon be bottom when ten points are deducted for cheating and generally being one of the most dishonest and despised football clubs in football. That must be a tad embarrassing even for a load of plastic cockney inbred chavs, of whom some still post on another clubs site pretending to be fans of that club thinking they are clever but really are showing what a sad bunch of mongs they really are.” I also can't imagine being a sad fish fiddling pr1ck wanting to spend so much time spewing out the same old boring and childish load sh1te about a bigger and richer club with a bright future rather than wallowing in the demise and slow death of your own p1ss poor little club on your own site. That must be a tad embarrassing. seventh-junction
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8:01pm Tue 13 Nov 12

slugger says...

these skates do make me grin , they come on here making comments about our manager whilst supporting a rudderless , captainless junk that's heading straight down the plughole ...... priceless ......... COYR !
these skates do make me grin , they come on here making comments about our manager whilst supporting a rudderless , captainless junk that's heading straight down the plughole ...... priceless ......... COYR ! slugger
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8:08pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

slugger wrote:
these skates do make me grin , they come on here making comments about our manager whilst supporting a rudderless , captainless junk that's heading straight down the plughole ...... priceless ......... COYR !
We really should give their manager some grief in return....oh hang on...where'd he go???
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: these skates do make me grin , they come on here making comments about our manager whilst supporting a rudderless , captainless junk that's heading straight down the plughole ...... priceless ......... COYR ![/p][/quote]We really should give their manager some grief in return....oh hang on...where'd he go??? Baddesley Bill
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8:09pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

ITV4 has an FA Cup Game on Braintree v Tranmere quite a good watch so far but still 0 0
ITV4 has an FA Cup Game on Braintree v Tranmere quite a good watch so far but still 0 0 OSPREYSAINT
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8:11pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
slugger wrote:
these skates do make me grin , they come on here making comments about our manager whilst supporting a rudderless , captainless junk that's heading straight down the plughole ...... priceless ......... COYR !
We really should give their manager some grief in return....oh hang on...where'd he go???
It was sad, the only honest bloke in the whole set up and he was hounded out by ungrateful mongs, you couldn't write the script.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: these skates do make me grin , they come on here making comments about our manager whilst supporting a rudderless , captainless junk that's heading straight down the plughole ...... priceless ......... COYR ![/p][/quote]We really should give their manager some grief in return....oh hang on...where'd he go???[/p][/quote]It was sad, the only honest bloke in the whole set up and he was hounded out by ungrateful mongs, you couldn't write the script. OSPREYSAINT
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8:12pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
ITV4 has an FA Cup Game on Braintree v Tranmere quite a good watch so far but still 0 0
Tranmere have just scrambled a goal.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: ITV4 has an FA Cup Game on Braintree v Tranmere quite a good watch so far but still 0 0[/p][/quote]Tranmere have just scrambled a goal. OSPREYSAINT
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8:13pm Tue 13 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

seventh-junction wrote:
I can't imagine being dumped out of 3 cup competitions at home to teams like Notts County and Wycombe Wanderers.
No disrespect to NC and WW but it must be a tad embarrassing.”
I also can't imagine having a run down sh1te hole for a ground and pathetic attendances or having to beg steal and borrow other cubs players each month.
That must also be a tad embarrassing””
I also can't imagine losing at home to Brentford in front of only 11,000 and starting to leave with 20 minutes left to play and then 7,000 people booing your own team which technically speaking isn't really yours.
That must be a tad embarrassing even for fish fiddling mongs”
I also can't imagine having a manager who couldn't get away fast enough after getting booed by his own supporters the night before and also having a ground that when spelt backwards says nottarf krap which is kind of apt I suppose.
Even so that must be a tad embarrassing even for inbred wannabe John Westwwod w@nkers who need a good Jimmy Saville seeing to.
I also can't imagine trying to buy your own club with less than 2,000 of the bestest ever greatest most bestest and greatest fans ever TM when most have only pledged the initial £100 but have no intentions of actually paying £1000 as the social won't give it to them.
That must be a tad embarrassing even for the prepubescent fish f@cking tw@ts that post utter sh1te on another teams site because they are such sad little westwood wannabe w@nkers
I also can't imagine losing to the bottom side in league one which would now mean you would soon be bottom when ten points are deducted for cheating and generally being one of the most dishonest and despised football clubs in football.
That must be a tad embarrassing even for a load of plastic cockney inbred chavs, of whom some still post on another clubs site pretending to be fans of that club thinking they are clever but really are showing what a sad bunch of mongs they really are.”
I also can't imagine being a sad fish fiddling pr1ck wanting to spend so much time spewing out the same old boring and childish load sh1te about a bigger and richer club with a bright future rather than wallowing in the demise and slow death of your own p1ss poor little club on your own site.
That must be a tad embarrassing.
A bit of de ja vu here!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: I can't imagine being dumped out of 3 cup competitions at home to teams like Notts County and Wycombe Wanderers. No disrespect to NC and WW but it must be a tad embarrassing.” I also can't imagine having a run down sh1te hole for a ground and pathetic attendances or having to beg steal and borrow other cubs players each month. That must also be a tad embarrassing”” I also can't imagine losing at home to Brentford in front of only 11,000 and starting to leave with 20 minutes left to play and then 7,000 people booing your own team which technically speaking isn't really yours. That must be a tad embarrassing even for fish fiddling mongs” I also can't imagine having a manager who couldn't get away fast enough after getting booed by his own supporters the night before and also having a ground that when spelt backwards says nottarf krap which is kind of apt I suppose. Even so that must be a tad embarrassing even for inbred wannabe John Westwwod w@nkers who need a good Jimmy Saville seeing to. I also can't imagine trying to buy your own club with less than 2,000 of the bestest ever greatest most bestest and greatest fans ever TM when most have only pledged the initial £100 but have no intentions of actually paying £1000 as the social won't give it to them. That must be a tad embarrassing even for the prepubescent fish f@cking tw@ts that post utter sh1te on another teams site because they are such sad little westwood wannabe w@nkers I also can't imagine losing to the bottom side in league one which would now mean you would soon be bottom when ten points are deducted for cheating and generally being one of the most dishonest and despised football clubs in football. That must be a tad embarrassing even for a load of plastic cockney inbred chavs, of whom some still post on another clubs site pretending to be fans of that club thinking they are clever but really are showing what a sad bunch of mongs they really are.” I also can't imagine being a sad fish fiddling pr1ck wanting to spend so much time spewing out the same old boring and childish load sh1te about a bigger and richer club with a bright future rather than wallowing in the demise and slow death of your own p1ss poor little club on your own site. That must be a tad embarrassing.[/p][/quote]A bit of de ja vu here! OSPREYSAINT
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8:26pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Skating on thin ice says...

Velleity wrote:
I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.
Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is.
http://www.oddscheck
er.com/football/foot
ball-specials/southa
mpton-specials/adkin
s-in-charge-last-day
-of-season

If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong....
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.[/p][/quote]Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is. http://www.oddscheck er.com/football/foot ball-specials/southa mpton-specials/adkin s-in-charge-last-day -of-season If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong.... Skating on thin ice
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8:31pm Tue 13 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

I find it really confusing that there are posters who claim to be Pompey supporters on here and all they do is make silly comments about our manager and players.
If you were to go on the Portsmouth News site there are very few Pompey fans making comments about their manager or players.
Is that because they do not actually have a manager and none of the players will be around for longer than a month?
How can they boast about a history that includes going broke three times and generally being considered a thoroughly dishonest club?
Just wondered.
I find it really confusing that there are posters who claim to be Pompey supporters on here and all they do is make silly comments about our manager and players. If you were to go on the Portsmouth News site there are very few Pompey fans making comments about their manager or players. Is that because they do not actually have a manager and none of the players will be around for longer than a month? How can they boast about a history that includes going broke three times and generally being considered a thoroughly dishonest club? Just wondered. dadofmy3sons
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8:34pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.
Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is.
http://www.oddscheck

er.com/football/foot

ball-specials/southa

mpton-specials/adkin

s-in-charge-last-day

-of-season

If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong....
If we are wrong we will be pretty hacked off for a while, then surprise, we get over it and move on. At least we are fairly certain to still have a Club to support. What are the odds that you will still exist in February 2013?
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.[/p][/quote]Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is. http://www.oddscheck er.com/football/foot ball-specials/southa mpton-specials/adkin s-in-charge-last-day -of-season If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong....[/p][/quote]If we are wrong we will be pretty hacked off for a while, then surprise, we get over it and move on. At least we are fairly certain to still have a Club to support. What are the odds that you will still exist in February 2013? SaintDon13
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8:39pm Tue 13 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

Just in case any "Pompey fans" consider questioning my accusation of dishonesty, go to the News site and read about the latest court case where one of their previous directors has been fined a considerable amount of money for his actions.
First of many I think.
Just in case any "Pompey fans" consider questioning my accusation of dishonesty, go to the News site and read about the latest court case where one of their previous directors has been fined a considerable amount of money for his actions. First of many I think. dadofmy3sons
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8:40pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
GIRO DAY? sad little fish!

oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager?

141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]GIRO DAY? sad little fish! oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager? 141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot! saintshorse101
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8:43pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

1 0 Tranmere ht WGS summarising, it would be great if you could understand a word he is saying!
1 0 Tranmere ht WGS summarising, it would be great if you could understand a word he is saying! SaintDon13
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8:43pm Tue 13 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Come on Donny
Come on Donny mack chinnon
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8:47pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.
Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is.
http://www.oddscheck

er.com/football/foot

ball-specials/southa

mpton-specials/adkin

s-in-charge-last-day

-of-season

If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong....
Put yer money where yer mouth is...

...on the trust that is.
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.[/p][/quote]Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is. http://www.oddscheck er.com/football/foot ball-specials/southa mpton-specials/adkin s-in-charge-last-day -of-season If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong....[/p][/quote]Put yer money where yer mouth is... ...on the trust that is. Baddesley Bill
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8:48pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.
Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is.
http://www.oddscheck

er.com/football/foot

ball-specials/southa

mpton-specials/adkin

s-in-charge-last-day

-of-season

If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong....
Already backed him.
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.[/p][/quote]Your call moosh.. 3/1 at Stan James, 9/2 at BetVctor. Put your money where your mouth is. http://www.oddscheck er.com/football/foot ball-specials/southa mpton-specials/adkin s-in-charge-last-day -of-season If you are right, remind us all, and enjoy spending your wnnings. If you are wrong....[/p][/quote]Already backed him. Velleity
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8:48pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Velleity says...

And thanks for the heads up
And thanks for the heads up Velleity
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8:48pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
GIRO DAY? sad little fish!

oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager?

141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot!
He didn't just have a pop at Guly but a whole host of others. I can't imagine Holloway gave him a list of targets to belittle.

The article comes across as more hothead than Holloway.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]GIRO DAY? sad little fish! oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager? 141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot![/p][/quote]He didn't just have a pop at Guly but a whole host of others. I can't imagine Holloway gave him a list of targets to belittle. The article comes across as more hothead than Holloway. Thornhill Saint
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8:49pm Tue 13 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Velleity wrote:
I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season.

And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right!

Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you.

We'll see.
Im with you.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I'll go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Adkins will still be manager at the end of the season. And boy, will I remind you of that prediction if I'm right! Of course, it's possible all the negativity mob may get a chance to make me eat my words, but I don't see it. I think Cortese has a bit more guts than all of you. We'll see.[/p][/quote]Im with you. mack chinnon
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8:49pm Tue 13 Nov 12

slugger says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Donny
osmond ?
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Donny[/p][/quote]osmond ? slugger
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8:51pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

dadofmy3sons wrote:
Just in case any "Pompey fans" consider questioning my accusation of dishonesty, go to the News site and read about the latest court case where one of their previous directors has been fined a considerable amount of money for his actions.
First of many I think.
http://www.portsmout
h.co.uk/news/law-and
-order/ex-pompey-dir
ector-guilty-of-misc
onduct-1-4470972

Rotten to the core
[quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: Just in case any "Pompey fans" consider questioning my accusation of dishonesty, go to the News site and read about the latest court case where one of their previous directors has been fined a considerable amount of money for his actions. First of many I think.[/p][/quote]http://www.portsmout h.co.uk/news/law-and -order/ex-pompey-dir ector-guilty-of-misc onduct-1-4470972 Rotten to the core SaintDon13
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8:51pm Tue 13 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Do you think the skunts on here all attend the same special needs school or are in the same children's home? Their comments are so pathetic they must be either abused or mentally challenged kids.
I'm starting to feel a bit sorry for the poor little c@nts...........ha ha not really!!
Do you think the skunts on here all attend the same special needs school or are in the same children's home? Their comments are so pathetic they must be either abused or mentally challenged kids. I'm starting to feel a bit sorry for the poor little c@nts...........ha ha not really!! seventh-junction
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8:52pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

slugger wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Donny
osmond ?
Caster
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Donny[/p][/quote]osmond ?[/p][/quote]Caster SaintDon13
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8:54pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
GIRO DAY? sad little fish!

oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager?

141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot!
He didn't just have a pop at Guly but a whole host of others. I can't imagine Holloway gave him a list of targets to belittle.

The article comes across as more hothead than Holloway.
He upset Poyet, so not all bad.
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]GIRO DAY? sad little fish! oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager? 141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot![/p][/quote]He didn't just have a pop at Guly but a whole host of others. I can't imagine Holloway gave him a list of targets to belittle. The article comes across as more hothead than Holloway.[/p][/quote]He upset Poyet, so not all bad. SaintDon13
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8:55pm Tue 13 Nov 12

slugger says...

SaintDon13 wrote:
slugger wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Donny
osmond ?
Caster
thought as much .
[quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Donny[/p][/quote]osmond ?[/p][/quote]Caster[/p][/quote]thought as much . slugger
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8:56pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

Trannies 2 up
Trannies 2 up SaintDon13
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8:58pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

SaintDon13 wrote:
slugger wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Come on Donny
osmond ?
Caster
Gall
[quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Come on Donny[/p][/quote]osmond ?[/p][/quote]Caster[/p][/quote]Gall Baddesley Bill
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9:00pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Skating on thin ice says...

Velleity wrote:
And thanks for the heads up
you're welcome!
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: And thanks for the heads up[/p][/quote]you're welcome! Skating on thin ice
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9:01pm Tue 13 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Braintree's ground looks more modern than nottarf krap and there's more people there....amazing....
..well not really I suppose ha ha
Braintree's ground looks more modern than nottarf krap and there's more people there....amazing.... ..well not really I suppose ha ha seventh-junction
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9:04pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

All set for a MK v Wimbledon match up in the next round...

...what odds on a win for the Dons?
All set for a MK v Wimbledon match up in the next round... ...what odds on a win for the Dons? Baddesley Bill
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9:06pm Tue 13 Nov 12

TEBOURBA says...

Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation.
Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck?
NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight.
True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character.
Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season.
I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them.
NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare.
What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!!
NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to.
That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!!
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!
Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation. Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck? NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight. True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character. Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season. I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them. NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare. What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!! NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to. That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!! RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! TEBOURBA
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9:07pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Skating on thin ice says...

MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!!
MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!! Skating on thin ice
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9:14pm Tue 13 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation.
Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck?
NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight.
True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character.
Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season.
I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them.
NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare.
What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!!
NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to.
That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!!
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!
Your clutching at straws Boarer.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation. Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck? NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight. True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character. Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season. I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them. NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare. What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!! NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to. That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!! RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !![/p][/quote]Your clutching at straws Boarer. mack chinnon
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9:14pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!!
If all else fails you will get a chance to go to AFC Wmbledon v Pompey next season.
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!![/p][/quote]If all else fails you will get a chance to go to AFC Wmbledon v Pompey next season. Baddesley Bill
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9:14pm Tue 13 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!!
Come on Donny.
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!![/p][/quote]Come on Donny. mack chinnon
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9:15pm Tue 13 Nov 12

slugger says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!!
same as !
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: MK Dons 3 up at home to Cambridge City. Next round game: home to AFC Wimbledon. Now, that is a game would REALLY love to see!![/p][/quote]same as ! slugger
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9:15pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Skating on thin ice says...

Japan away to Oman in tomorrow in a World Cup qualifier that you have all overlooked, a ready made excuse for Stains underpeformance and defeat on Saturday.
Japan away to Oman in tomorrow in a World Cup qualifier that you have all overlooked, a ready made excuse for Stains underpeformance and defeat on Saturday. Skating on thin ice
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9:21pm Tue 13 Nov 12

slugger says...

Skating on thin ice wrote:
Japan away to Oman in tomorrow in a World Cup qualifier that you have all overlooked, a ready made excuse for Stains underpeformance and defeat on Saturday.
try to make sense , there's a good skate .
[quote][p][bold]Skating on thin ice[/bold] wrote: Japan away to Oman in tomorrow in a World Cup qualifier that you have all overlooked, a ready made excuse for Stains underpeformance and defeat on Saturday.[/p][/quote]try to make sense , there's a good skate . slugger
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9:22pm Tue 13 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Bury......ha ha ha ha
Bury......ha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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9:22pm Tue 13 Nov 12

City Saint says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
redandy10 wrote:
AaronLeeSaint wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.
True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.
Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?
I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.
Nigel will go if the results don’t ultimately turn around, he knows that, it’s the law of the jungle. I rate Harry as a manager, but not for this club, too much water under the bridge. The fans would be divided and that is a root cause for further failure. How many games did we lose from winning positions with him at the helm last time? enough to relegate us
I agree that Harry would not get the job done, and certainly not with every game that passes.

Frankly with every game that passes from here on out, we are bound to Nigel ever more, for better or worse.

I still rate him, and I would like to see him in charge for the next ten years. BUT I do insist that he grows in his job and steps up, which he has shown he can do with our last three games.

So if Nigel keeps developing, I'm with him all the way. Even if that means down this year, and then another fight for coming up again.

Realistically, even mourinho couldn't save us if we still have five points at the end of November.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AaronLeeSaint[/bold] wrote: I, like many others, am glad that Corky is back, certainly adds a little bit of extra cover for the back four. At the end of the day, whatever happens, we all must thank Nigel Adkins for the job he's done and I hope he continues to be the Southampton manager for a long time to come, if we get relegated, so be it, we have stability now and thats key.[/p][/quote]True, we have stability. Which after the scare we had three years ago is key. But if we do fall how easy will it be to return. Will the then manager be given the kind of resources that were afforded to Nigel? My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. I hope I'm wrong, but say things don't turn around, shouldn't we get in a more qualified manager to try and save the club from the drop? I've seen nearly all the games this season and I've seen little to suggest that we can salvage this season with Nigel. Apart from a brilliant 2nd half display against Villa.[/p][/quote]Out of interest, what options as new management are you proposing as likely candidates right now?[/p][/quote]I hate to say it but Redkanpp is the only one with the kind of experience needed. I'm sure he could get more out the players we have. But, Harry usually likes to have a war chest to utilize, which I doubt we now have. At present possible candidates are a bit thin on the ground, but I don't have much faith in Nigel at this level. I think there's a case to be made that we have some real quality in the middle & up front which we we're not seeing the best of. Maybe a new manager could get the most out of these players. Bally came in & put Matty in the middle of the action, and we saw the results. Who's to say a new system wouldn't pay dividends.[/p][/quote]Nigel will go if the results don’t ultimately turn around, he knows that, it’s the law of the jungle. I rate Harry as a manager, but not for this club, too much water under the bridge. The fans would be divided and that is a root cause for further failure. How many games did we lose from winning positions with him at the helm last time? enough to relegate us[/p][/quote]I agree that Harry would not get the job done, and certainly not with every game that passes. Frankly with every game that passes from here on out, we are bound to Nigel ever more, for better or worse. I still rate him, and I would like to see him in charge for the next ten years. BUT I do insist that he grows in his job and steps up, which he has shown he can do with our last three games. So if Nigel keeps developing, I'm with him all the way. Even if that means down this year, and then another fight for coming up again. Realistically, even mourinho couldn't save us if we still have five points at the end of November. City Saint
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9:24pm Tue 13 Nov 12

More Glory says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
STUPID SKUNT morning glory just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur
.

For you again circa

yes dear bobby who had to leave his home town to play at the highest level and having achieved greatness went back to them in their hour of need
Weren't Saints a second tier team in 76? Not strictly the top was it?
Morning glory, time to answer you, yes we were second division at the time and were to be promoted to the 1st division the same season poopey were relegated to division 4 1977/78
Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe.
STUPID SKUNT Bobby Stokes made his debut against Burnley on 7th april 1969 for Saints just proves all the fcuking history you lot spout YOU JUST DON'T FCUKING KNOW
You are getting really angry here. I think we were talking about 76 here. Strictly speaking he didn't play at the top level with saints as he was still pretty average when they were in the top flight. Then when he was playing at the top level, you were relegated. Get it? Top level and Top flight.


Get it. Its Sunday and everyone is chilling out, drinking wine but you. I forgot that Bobby played in the top string then had a laugh saying that he didnt play his best at the stains when in the top flight.

You also seemed to have forgot that the decks were in the second div at the time - but please don't apologise.

You also don't seem to know when you were born. Is it 66, 67 or 65? - but please don't apologise.

I also said I met Bobby, and he seemed to be a nice mush

Fella - chill out a bit. You are only here for a short while. Enjoy it, have some beers and put your feet up.
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: STUPID SKUNT morning glory just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur[/p][/quote]. For you again circa yes dear bobby who had to leave his home town to play at the highest level and having achieved greatness went back to them in their hour of need Weren't Saints a second tier team in 76? Not strictly the top was it? Morning glory, time to answer you, yes we were second division at the time and were to be promoted to the 1st division the same season poopey were relegated to division 4 1977/78 Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. STUPID SKUNT Bobby Stokes made his debut against Burnley on 7th april 1969 for Saints just proves all the fcuking history you lot spout YOU JUST DON'T FCUKING KNOW You are getting really angry here. I think we were talking about 76 here. Strictly speaking he didn't play at the top level with saints as he was still pretty average when they were in the top flight. Then when he was playing at the top level, you were relegated. Get it? Top level and Top flight. Get it. Its Sunday and everyone is chilling out, drinking wine but you. I forgot that Bobby played in the top string then had a laugh saying that he didnt play his best at the stains when in the top flight. You also seemed to have forgot that the decks were in the second div at the time - but please don't apologise. You also don't seem to know when you were born. Is it 66, 67 or 65? - but please don't apologise. I also said I met Bobby, and he seemed to be a nice mush Fella - chill out a bit. You are only here for a short while. Enjoy it, have some beers and put your feet up. More Glory
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9:25pm Tue 13 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is?? seventh-junction
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9:28pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
It's only a day away !!!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]It's only a day away !!! angus mc coatup
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9:31pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation.
Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck?
NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight.
True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character.
Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season.
I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them.
NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare.
What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!!
NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to.
That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!!
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!
wibble wibble wibble
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation. Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck? NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight. True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character. Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season. I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them. NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare. What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!! NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to. That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!! RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !![/p][/quote]wibble wibble wibble SaintDon13
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9:33pm Tue 13 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
It's only a day away !!!
Can you ever get there? :o)
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]It's only a day away !!![/p][/quote]Can you ever get there? :o) seventh-junction
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9:35pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

More Glory wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
STUPID SKUNT morning glory just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur
.

For you again circa

yes dear bobby who had to leave his home town to play at the highest level and having achieved greatness went back to them in their hour of need
Weren't Saints a second tier team in 76? Not strictly the top was it?
Morning glory, time to answer you, yes we were second division at the time and were to be promoted to the 1st division the same season poopey were relegated to division 4 1977/78
Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe.
STUPID SKUNT Bobby Stokes made his debut against Burnley on 7th april 1969 for Saints just proves all the fcuking history you lot spout YOU JUST DON'T FCUKING KNOW
You are getting really angry here. I think we were talking about 76 here. Strictly speaking he didn't play at the top level with saints as he was still pretty average when they were in the top flight. Then when he was playing at the top level, you were relegated. Get it? Top level and Top flight.


Get it. Its Sunday and everyone is chilling out, drinking wine but you. I forgot that Bobby played in the top string then had a laugh saying that he didnt play his best at the stains when in the top flight.

You also seemed to have forgot that the decks were in the second div at the time - but please don't apologise.

You also don't seem to know when you were born. Is it 66, 67 or 65? - but please don't apologise.

I also said I met Bobby, and he seemed to be a nice mush

Fella - chill out a bit. You are only here for a short while. Enjoy it, have some beers and put your feet up.
History again, Bobby passed away a long time ago, no need to keep digging him up, he is our hero, always will be, get over it.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: STUPID SKUNT morning glory just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur[/p][/quote]. For you again circa yes dear bobby who had to leave his home town to play at the highest level and having achieved greatness went back to them in their hour of need Weren't Saints a second tier team in 76? Not strictly the top was it? Morning glory, time to answer you, yes we were second division at the time and were to be promoted to the 1st division the same season poopey were relegated to division 4 1977/78 Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. STUPID SKUNT Bobby Stokes made his debut against Burnley on 7th april 1969 for Saints just proves all the fcuking history you lot spout YOU JUST DON'T FCUKING KNOW You are getting really angry here. I think we were talking about 76 here. Strictly speaking he didn't play at the top level with saints as he was still pretty average when they were in the top flight. Then when he was playing at the top level, you were relegated. Get it? Top level and Top flight. Get it. Its Sunday and everyone is chilling out, drinking wine but you. I forgot that Bobby played in the top string then had a laugh saying that he didnt play his best at the stains when in the top flight. You also seemed to have forgot that the decks were in the second div at the time - but please don't apologise. You also don't seem to know when you were born. Is it 66, 67 or 65? - but please don't apologise. I also said I met Bobby, and he seemed to be a nice mush Fella - chill out a bit. You are only here for a short while. Enjoy it, have some beers and put your feet up.[/p][/quote]History again, Bobby passed away a long time ago, no need to keep digging him up, he is our hero, always will be, get over it. SaintDon13
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9:36pm Tue 13 Nov 12

City Saint says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
City Saint wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'
That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over." So that's cleared that up, then. But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.
RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE.
Lol.

*hic*
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: This really has made me smile this morning in the article about Wilfired Zaha in the national sport section. He said: "Last season Guly do Prado at Southampton grabbed me and said 'Respect me'. I'm thinking, 'I don't know you, I don't care who you are, so why should I?'[/p][/quote]That's funny, I could have sworn he said "get me another double vodka, I have a long drive home after all this is over." So that's cleared that up, then. But seriously, if true, that statement is another indication of plonkerhood for do Prado. Respect, as everyone who actually warrants it knows too well, is earned, not demanded.[/p][/quote]RESPECT ME, I AM THE GULY! YOU WILL KNOW MY NAME!!! , SAY IT, YES, GULY. NICE.[/p][/quote]Lol. *hic* City Saint
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9:41pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
It's only a day away !!!
Can you ever get there? :o)
I know a few who can't.and in all probaility don't want too.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]It's only a day away !!![/p][/quote]Can you ever get there? :o)[/p][/quote]I know a few who can't.and in all probaility don't want too. angus mc coatup
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9:43pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow SaintDon13
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9:45pm Tue 13 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

SaintDon13 wrote:
Thornhill Saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.
GIRO DAY? sad little fish! oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager? 141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot!
He didn't just have a pop at Guly but a whole host of others. I can't imagine Holloway gave him a list of targets to belittle. The article comes across as more hothead than Holloway.
He upset Poyet, so not all bad.
he does seem to be very big headed though! "I'd never look at someone and think he's better than me, unless it's Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi. When I get on the pitch it's my time."

wow he is the 3rd best player in europe? has he never heard of Andres Iniesta? has has he forgotten after being beaten twice in the league by saints last year that lalla makes messi look s***e!

glad we never brought him now, and of course how now ollys is his boss he will be staying at palace. i wonder if young ince will move on in jan now that ollys left b`pool? well he will want to get away from voldamort!
[quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I think the skatelets have been eating too many sweetiesy. They seem to be a little hyper today.[/p][/quote]GIRO DAY? sad little fish! oh and has anyone whos brought up this Guly Zaha thing thought about the timing of this `story` and who is now Zahas manager? 141/farce14 you sad sad person, do you really think that by saying that NA has had a fake tan or been on the sunbed bothers saints fans? well i couldnt care less! lots of people have tans, i know its all a bit odd for you to understand down there on the island, but they do. this is 2012 you know not 1982 as it appears for you lot![/p][/quote]He didn't just have a pop at Guly but a whole host of others. I can't imagine Holloway gave him a list of targets to belittle. The article comes across as more hothead than Holloway.[/p][/quote]He upset Poyet, so not all bad.[/p][/quote]he does seem to be very big headed though! "I'd never look at someone and think he's better than me, unless it's Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi. When I get on the pitch it's my time." wow he is the 3rd best player in europe? has he never heard of Andres Iniesta? has has he forgotten after being beaten twice in the league by saints last year that lalla makes messi look s***e! glad we never brought him now, and of course how now ollys is his boss he will be staying at palace. i wonder if young ince will move on in jan now that ollys left b`pool? well he will want to get away from voldamort! saintshorse101
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9:47pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

SaintDon13 wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow
yea.......but tomorrow's today tomorrow !
[quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow[/p][/quote]yea.......but tomorrow's today tomorrow ! angus mc coatup
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9:49pm Tue 13 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

SaintDon13 wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow
Now I'm more confused than ever. So Tomorrow is an Island and has neighbouring Islands called Today and Yesterday Island.
Why are Japan and Oman playing there?
[quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow[/p][/quote]Now I'm more confused than ever. So Tomorrow is an Island and has neighbouring Islands called Today and Yesterday Island. Why are Japan and Oman playing there? seventh-junction
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9:54pm Tue 13 Nov 12

slugger says...

seventh-junction wrote:
SaintDon13 wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow
Now I'm more confused than ever. So Tomorrow is an Island and has neighbouring Islands called Today and Yesterday Island.
Why are Japan and Oman playing there?
i'll tell you tomorrow (or tommowa as our pet skates would say)
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow[/p][/quote]Now I'm more confused than ever. So Tomorrow is an Island and has neighbouring Islands called Today and Yesterday Island. Why are Japan and Oman playing there?[/p][/quote]i'll tell you tomorrow (or tommowa as our pet skates would say) slugger
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9:54pm Tue 13 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

Tomorrow Never Comes according to 007
Tomorrow Never Comes according to 007 SaintDon13
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9:57pm Tue 13 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

slugger wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
SaintDon13 wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow
Now I'm more confused than ever. So Tomorrow is an Island and has neighbouring Islands called Today and Yesterday Island.
Why are Japan and Oman playing there?
i'll tell you tomorrow (or tommowa as our pet skates would say)
It's all our yesterday's for them.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow[/p][/quote]Now I'm more confused than ever. So Tomorrow is an Island and has neighbouring Islands called Today and Yesterday Island. Why are Japan and Oman playing there?[/p][/quote]i'll tell you tomorrow (or tommowa as our pet skates would say)[/p][/quote]It's all our yesterday's for them. angus mc coatup
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9:58pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
SaintDon13 wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??
Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow
yea.......but tomorrow's today tomorrow !
Tomorrow is something for a Saint to look forward to...yesterday is all that skates have to dwell on.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know where a country called Tomorrow is??[/p][/quote]Today is Yesterday, Tomorrow[/p][/quote]yea.......but tomorrow's today tomorrow ![/p][/quote]Tomorrow is something for a Saint to look forward to...yesterday is all that skates have to dwell on. Baddesley Bill
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10:49pm Tue 13 Nov 12

holburyhalo says...

I HAVE A HEADACHE AND DOUBLE VISION IS THIS SITE BLUE OR RED AND WHITE.
I HAVE A HEADACHE AND DOUBLE VISION IS THIS SITE BLUE OR RED AND WHITE. holburyhalo
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10:56pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

holburyhalo wrote:
I HAVE A HEADACHE AND DOUBLE VISION IS THIS SITE BLUE OR RED AND WHITE.
Shhhhh. I think it's about geography and time. pay attention.
[quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: I HAVE A HEADACHE AND DOUBLE VISION IS THIS SITE BLUE OR RED AND WHITE.[/p][/quote]Shhhhh. I think it's about geography and time. pay attention. Thornhill Saint
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11:15pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

TheFatLadySings wrote:
Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears.

If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?
That's roit mate, we're all farmers down 'ere an we all wana say a big thankyou for lookin arfter the pigsh1t in Fratton cowshed fer the larst fifty years.

Ta
[quote][p][bold]TheFatLadySings[/bold] wrote: Saints, peasant farmers, country simpletons, lend me your ears. If Saints fail to beat QPR on saturday shall we all start a campaign to replace Cortese with Lord Lowe and get Le Tiss to manage the team?[/p][/quote]That's roit mate, we're all farmers down 'ere an we all wana say a big thankyou for lookin arfter the pigsh1t in Fratton cowshed fer the larst fifty years. Ta st1halo
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11:18pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Normandy wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about.
The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness.
It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated.
Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked.
Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly.
No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership.
I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad.
Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge.
General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind.
If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot.
Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone.
I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?.
Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees.
IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad.
There will be only one man to blame.
very good comments.
Hppe someone takes notice
No , no one takes any notice
[quote][p][bold]Normandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Those who say that it would be OK to be relegated with NA do not IMO know what they are talking about. The best players would leave, attendances would fall away and Saints could spend donkeys years in the wilderness. It took LMcM 4 years to climb back and he fell from 5th Position in the First Division not bumping along rock bottom and Saints were the first 3rd from bottom team to be relegated. Although I have no doubts in my mind that Saints will be trounced on Saturday, 5 games played 5 lost away from home is hardly an encouraging record, Adkins should not be sacked. Cortese is at the helm, his only efforts to support and help Nigel appear to be signing an over the hill goalkeeper with attitude and paying for a spa jolly. No thought of strengthening the coaching staff by appointing an experienced respected PL coach to help NA with tactics, training, strategy etc. that requires real thought and leadership. I wouldn't begrudge Cortese his share of the praise with a JPL trophy and B2B promotions but as any Director of a Company will confirm it is easy to manage in good times but a hell of a lot different in bad. Like a military campaign, in bad times leaders must show their mettle, lead from the front, help, support and encourage their senior officers and troops, recognise shortcomings and bring in the necessary skills to plug the gaps in knowledge. General Cortese is like those in WW1 sitting miles away from the frontline --- lions led by donkeys springs to mind. If nothing changes, very soon, Cortese will give the order, Nigel will be blindfolded, tied to a post and shot. Supporters are fickle, many will say well NA had his chance, he should have seen it coming, 22% will say thank God he's gone. I say bring in help for NA now, surely that makes sense? what is there to lose?. Of course making such a decision requires, insight, wisdom, experience, football knowledge, good man management, courage, the loyalty, support and affection of one's employees. IMO Cortese has none of these and unless a miracle happens, e.g. our opponents are struck down with dead legs 5 mins after KO, then Nigel will face the firing squad. There will be only one man to blame.[/p][/quote]very good comments. Hppe someone takes notice[/p][/quote]No , no one takes any notice st1halo
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11:28pm Tue 13 Nov 12

st1halo says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation.
Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck?
NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight.
True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character.
Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season.
I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them.
NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare.
What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!!
NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to.
That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!!
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!
Is this one of those fookin google ad pop up things cos it just keeps coming up again and again!

STID
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation. Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck? NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight. True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character. Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season. I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them. NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare. What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!! NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to. That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!! RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !![/p][/quote]Is this one of those fookin google ad pop up things cos it just keeps coming up again and again! STID st1halo
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12:20am Wed 14 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

More Glory wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
STUPID SKUNT morning glory just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur
.

For you again circa

yes dear bobby who had to leave his home town to play at the highest level and having achieved greatness went back to them in their hour of need
Weren't Saints a second tier team in 76? Not strictly the top was it?
Morning glory, time to answer you, yes we were second division at the time and were to be promoted to the 1st division the same season poopey were relegated to division 4 1977/78
Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe.
STUPID SKUNT Bobby Stokes made his debut against Burnley on 7th april 1969 for Saints just proves all the fcuking history you lot spout YOU JUST DON'T FCUKING KNOW
You are getting really angry here. I think we were talking about 76 here. Strictly speaking he didn't play at the top level with saints as he was still pretty average when they were in the top flight. Then when he was playing at the top level, you were relegated. Get it? Top level and Top flight.


Get it. Its Sunday and everyone is chilling out, drinking wine but you. I forgot that Bobby played in the top string then had a laugh saying that he didnt play his best at the stains when in the top flight.

You also seemed to have forgot that the decks were in the second div at the time - but please don't apologise.

You also don't seem to know when you were born. Is it 66, 67 or 65? - but please don't apologise.

I also said I met Bobby, and he seemed to be a nice mush

Fella - chill out a bit. You are only here for a short while. Enjoy it, have some beers and put your feet up.
STUPID SKUNT
complete nonsense
STUPID SKUNT
how has my year of birth now come into your post i have never mentioned it
STUPID SKUNT
you carry on making it up as you go along
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: STUPID SKUNT morning glory just like to remind everyone what this THICK SKUNT said the other night and hasn't got the b,alls to man up and admit he was wrong or dare i say apologise Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. best thing to do with this lowlife piece of sh,it ignore it it knows nothing about football and just gets excited when it gets a reaction having a j arthur[/p][/quote]. For you again circa yes dear bobby who had to leave his home town to play at the highest level and having achieved greatness went back to them in their hour of need Weren't Saints a second tier team in 76? Not strictly the top was it? Morning glory, time to answer you, yes we were second division at the time and were to be promoted to the 1st division the same season poopey were relegated to division 4 1977/78 Oh dear. We were talking about Bobby Stokes. And he never played at the top level with the stripes. or anyone for that matter. Game, Set n Match I believe. STUPID SKUNT Bobby Stokes made his debut against Burnley on 7th april 1969 for Saints just proves all the fcuking history you lot spout YOU JUST DON'T FCUKING KNOW You are getting really angry here. I think we were talking about 76 here. Strictly speaking he didn't play at the top level with saints as he was still pretty average when they were in the top flight. Then when he was playing at the top level, you were relegated. Get it? Top level and Top flight. Get it. Its Sunday and everyone is chilling out, drinking wine but you. I forgot that Bobby played in the top string then had a laugh saying that he didnt play his best at the stains when in the top flight. You also seemed to have forgot that the decks were in the second div at the time - but please don't apologise. You also don't seem to know when you were born. Is it 66, 67 or 65? - but please don't apologise. I also said I met Bobby, and he seemed to be a nice mush Fella - chill out a bit. You are only here for a short while. Enjoy it, have some beers and put your feet up.[/p][/quote]STUPID SKUNT complete nonsense STUPID SKUNT how has my year of birth now come into your post i have never mentioned it STUPID SKUNT you carry on making it up as you go along circa 66 saint
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12:33am Wed 14 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Is this a brick I see before me?
The mortar towards my hand, come let me clutch thee
Wait thee whilst I turn on the gas....
Is this a brick I see before me? The mortar towards my hand, come let me clutch thee Wait thee whilst I turn on the gas.... Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:44am Wed 14 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

anyone else got theboooorer and 141 on series link and cant get rid of them? they keep repeating the same episode on `dave` how do i delete it?
anyone else got theboooorer and 141 on series link and cant get rid of them? they keep repeating the same episode on `dave` how do i delete it? saintshorse101
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1:02am Wed 14 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh
simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????
he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things.

Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.
gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh[/p][/quote]simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????[/p][/quote]he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.[/p][/quote]gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club saintkenny
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1:11am Wed 14 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Nice to see Hearts trying to pay their tax bill.

Honourable club.
Nice to see Hearts trying to pay their tax bill. Honourable club. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:53am Wed 14 Nov 12

TEBOURBA says...

saintshorse101--
I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him.
Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame.
From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly.
The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous.
Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese.
At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to
Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost?
If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes.
By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum.
RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!!
saintshorse101-- I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him. Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame. From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly. The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous. Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese. At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost? If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes. By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum. RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!! TEBOURBA
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2:05am Wed 14 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
saintshorse101--
I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him.
Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame.
From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly.
The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous.
Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese.
At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to
Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost?
If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes.
By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum.
RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!!
Don't agree with most of it as per ussual but what has Cortese allegedly done to the corporate seat holders? Ad Infinitum I will leave, ta very much.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: saintshorse101-- I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him. Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame. From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly. The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous. Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese. At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost? If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes. By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum. RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!![/p][/quote]Don't agree with most of it as per ussual but what has Cortese allegedly done to the corporate seat holders? Ad Infinitum I will leave, ta very much. Thornhill Saint
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2:49am Wed 14 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

TEBOURBAH: Don't worry about it. I found this in the daily echo:

http://www.dailyecho
.co.uk/sport/9973963
.Saints_back_down_ov
er_corporate_reshuff
le/?action=complain&
cid=10842988

It goes on to explain the rational behind the reshuffle. Also regarding Cortese the story quotes:

"After raising their concerns, chairman Nicola Cortese informed table-holders they would be allowed to remain in the lounge."

"One corporate ticket holder, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “We were shocked and disappointed with the club’s attitude at one point, but relieved that common sense prevailed. We are grateful to Mr Cortese for sorting it out.”

Sounds like Cortese intervened in whatever was going on and sorted it out. You continue to be prove quite full of sh@t.
TEBOURBAH: Don't worry about it. I found this in the daily echo: http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/sport/9973963 .Saints_back_down_ov er_corporate_reshuff le/?action=complain& cid=10842988 It goes on to explain the rational behind the reshuffle. Also regarding Cortese the story quotes: "After raising their concerns, chairman Nicola Cortese informed table-holders they would be allowed to remain in the lounge." "One corporate ticket holder, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “We were shocked and disappointed with the club’s attitude at one point, but relieved that common sense prevailed. We are grateful to Mr Cortese for sorting it out.” Sounds like Cortese intervened in whatever was going on and sorted it out. You continue to be prove quite full of sh@t. Thornhill Saint
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8:29am Wed 14 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
saintshorse101--
I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him.
Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame.
From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly.
The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous.
Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese.
At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to
Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost?
If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes.
By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum.
RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!!
wibble wibble wibble, OCD is a serious disorder, get help TEB.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: saintshorse101-- I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him. Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame. From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly. The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous. Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese. At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost? If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes. By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum. RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!![/p][/quote]wibble wibble wibble, OCD is a serious disorder, get help TEB. OSPREYSAINT
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8:33am Wed 14 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

st1halo wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation.
Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck?
NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight.
True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character.
Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season.
I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them.
NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare.
What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!!
NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to.
That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!!
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


!!
Is this one of those fookin google ad pop up things cos it just keeps coming up again and again!

STID
What we need is a sadblocker programme.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Cortese may have to do nothing to save the Saints from relegation. Saints by sheer luck, by other teams losing, the odd freak goal etc. may just avoid the drop but would any sensible Director trust the future of his business to luck? NC has a JPL trophy and two B2B promotions. to his credit and I do not begrudge him his share of the limelight. True NC has known success, anyone can manage success, it is when the going gets tough that directors rally earn their corn and show their true character. Jointly, by their failure to recognise the obvious fact that the PL is a world apart from the rest of the leagues, both NC and NA failed to strengthen the squad in the close season. I will forgive them that, after all there was and still is, no one at SMS with PL experience to advise them. NC's total football knowledge together with NA's knowledge of PL quality football, could be written on the back of a postage stamp with room to spare. What I can't understand is NC's reluctance to bring someone in to help NA --- the iceberg is in sight -- NC has the where-with-all to appoint a navigator to help NA avoid it -- and yet he won't!! NC's solution appears to be --- we may be lucky enough to miss the iceberg but if we don't, I'll fire the Captain and appoint a new one -- maybe he will just save us from sinking -- but if he doesn't --- I've got a nice parachute pot of money to look forward to. That, my friends, is the mind set of a bean counter --- as the Bible says --- a little child shall lead us!! RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !![/p][/quote]Is this one of those fookin google ad pop up things cos it just keeps coming up again and again! STID[/p][/quote]What we need is a sadblocker programme. OSPREYSAINT
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10:40am Wed 14 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
saintshorse101-- I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him. Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame. From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly. The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous. Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese. At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost? If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes. By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum. RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!!
bl00dy series link again! come on anyone, how do you delete this sort of rubbish from turning up everyday?
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: saintshorse101-- I will never tire of making the point that if an employee is struggling to successfully do his job, particularly someone like NA, who has previously given excellent service, the first thing any decent boss would do is to find ways and means of helping him. Firing him would be the last resort for a good boss, in fact if that action did become inevitable a good boss would consider he himself has failed and would shoulder most of the blame. From what I've seen and read, the only support Cortese has given NA is to sign an unfit, over the hill goalkeeper with a chip on his shoulder and pay for a spa jolly. The suggestions here range from sacking NA immediately to staying with him for ever, even if he takes us down to the Hampshire League, both are equally ridiculous. Anyone who doesn't realise NA is out of his depth must have their head in the sand, sadly for Saints, that also seems to apply to Cortese. At least my suggestion of bringing in an experienced PL coach as No2 to Adkins, to help him find his feet, is something positive we have every thing to gain and nothing to lose --- even if it fails and results don't get any better (they can hardly get any worse) what have we lost? If all fails and Cortese sacks Nigel at least consciences (if Cortese has one)will be easier, in the knowledge that despite giving NA the best possible help and every chance to establish himself and Saints in the PL, he was simply not up to it and he leaves with our best wishes. By his inaction Cortese is showing contempt for Nigel and the supporters in the same way as his contempt for the Echo, Sun, Mail, programmes sellers, corporate seat holders, MLT etc.ad infinitum. RYRIH MANY TIMES BUT THIS ISN'T THE LAST TIME!![/p][/quote]bl00dy series link again! come on anyone, how do you delete this sort of rubbish from turning up everyday? saintshorse101
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10:41am Wed 14 Nov 12

More Glory says...

saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh
simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????
he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.
gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club
Ken,

He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies.

Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that?
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh[/p][/quote]simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????[/p][/quote]he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.[/p][/quote]gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club[/p][/quote]Ken, He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies. Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that? More Glory
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1:29pm Wed 14 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh
simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????
he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.
gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club
Ken,

He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies.

Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that?
yes 100 percent positive ,no loans were needed at all ,you seem to forget we have only one time gone in admin in our history .which we wre still paying for a 32 million stadium which we now own and the training ground .at least we spent the cash on infrastructure for the future ,the board have already announced to expand the stadium to 44 to 48.000 capacity.so if they want to up wages they will do that first .you dont have to pay high wages to stay in the premier league .take a look at swansea werstbrom norwich all these have managed ,its the delusion that it does .maybe to keep near the top 6 .which is what harry did ,but whats the point when you only get 17.000 .and lending 64 million .that is 34 million than the loan your claiming ask yourself .would you lend some one 64 million without any profit on your money .no of course you would not.you would withdraw and want your cash back.and that was the start of your trouble,as soon as the players strarted to leave ,because you could not afford there wages ,the truth came in withiut cheating status you could not retain your status without cheating status because your board put your wage levels behond your means ,even if we had this loan your talking .we get 13.000 more at home games than you do ,if you put that into 19 home matches say 30.pound a ticket =390.000 1 home match x 19 = 7410.000 so this gives you a idea of how much more cash saints generate.so its completly different for us ,when trying to compare to your small fish
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh[/p][/quote]simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????[/p][/quote]he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.[/p][/quote]gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club[/p][/quote]Ken, He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies. Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that?[/p][/quote]yes 100 percent positive ,no loans were needed at all ,you seem to forget we have only one time gone in admin in our history .which we wre still paying for a 32 million stadium which we now own and the training ground .at least we spent the cash on infrastructure for the future ,the board have already announced to expand the stadium to 44 to 48.000 capacity.so if they want to up wages they will do that first .you dont have to pay high wages to stay in the premier league .take a look at swansea werstbrom norwich all these have managed ,its the delusion that it does .maybe to keep near the top 6 .which is what harry did ,but whats the point when you only get 17.000 .and lending 64 million .that is 34 million than the loan your claiming ask yourself .would you lend some one 64 million without any profit on your money .no of course you would not.you would withdraw and want your cash back.and that was the start of your trouble,as soon as the players strarted to leave ,because you could not afford there wages ,the truth came in withiut cheating status you could not retain your status without cheating status because your board put your wage levels behond your means ,even if we had this loan your talking .we get 13.000 more at home games than you do ,if you put that into 19 home matches say 30.pound a ticket =390.000 1 home match x 19 = 7410.000 so this gives you a idea of how much more cash saints generate.so its completly different for us ,when trying to compare to your small fish saintkenny
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2:32pm Wed 14 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh
simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????
he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.
gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club
Ken,

He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies.

Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that?
That £30m loan is a bit of a mystery, I thought it was set up to expedite the Ramirez transfer as the selling Club were making things difficult and time was running out, but there is no evidence that a loan was actually taken out, will have to wait for the next Financial Report to get an idea of what went on.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh[/p][/quote]simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????[/p][/quote]he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.[/p][/quote]gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club[/p][/quote]Ken, He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies. Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that?[/p][/quote]That £30m loan is a bit of a mystery, I thought it was set up to expedite the Ramirez transfer as the selling Club were making things difficult and time was running out, but there is no evidence that a loan was actually taken out, will have to wait for the next Financial Report to get an idea of what went on. OSPREYSAINT
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2:43pm Wed 14 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
More Glory wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous!
Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.
Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,
At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?
Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID
Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad
well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad
Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh
simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????
he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.
gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club
Ken,

He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies.

Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that?
That £30m loan is a bit of a mystery, I thought it was set up to expedite the Ramirez transfer as the selling Club were making things difficult and time was running out, but there is no evidence that a loan was actually taken out, will have to wait for the next Financial Report to get an idea of what went on.
but if the club wanted a loan ,they would not need to ,they could just loan the cash off of the lieber family billions .which they did to relaunch and have now paid back.so the lieber family would not have a issue ,so there fore its just a rumour that flew around nothing more
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: "Punchy (Jason Puncheon) must have cheated because he got the best score. I was alright, I was in his group. He was just a lot better than everyone". So two saints players cheating as Cork kept quiet about it. Who'd have thought it - Southampton - cheating. Almost as bad as the fans cheating with that low level noise output. Outrageous![/p][/quote]Morning Glory, is that coded for LARGE erection in the morning? (You wish!!!) Who’d have thought, a skunt continuously fantasising on here about the Saints. Low level noise output? Wake up and smell the Farton coffee skunt, you’re going limp at a crucial time.[/p][/quote]Massive jump from - ore to morning. You made the connection there. I think the analogy is good for your season though. First thing - very excited, cant wait to start, then a little bit of action and the whole thing just starts to droop - your season so far. I think you will need some Viagra if you cant beat QPR - ie taking the required medication - a new assistant coach to keep you going for the duration, or a really attractive new model to watch to keep it up for the season,[/p][/quote]At least our condition isn't terminal!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Hi ShelaHa. Im afraid it is - when have you ever been noisy?[/p][/quote]Why don't you come along and find out for yourself Gloria! It'll be a strange experience for you, all things new! For a start the ground will be full (not 40% empty--i love that stat!!) You can watch some proper football in nice surroundings! People dont leave with 20 mins to go and we don't boo off our team at the end! It's Real footie and not the dross you've been served up for a generation! As a bonus you can leave the game knowing that the players, bills and employees, have all been paid and that additional funds go into the local community You should try it! HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Proper football. At the foot of the table - deluded! We have only booed the team once this year when we knew Appy was off - your team boo them every other match and always leave early - deluded. Yes we all know about your local little cricket club looting Hampshire County council, and why are you always on about 50 years - you didnt answer this question the other day. You guys are going all historical; sound familiar? OHOHOHOHOH. I think your Ha's are really quite mad[/p][/quote]well there is no fans left to boo any more .6000 have gone missing .yet we had 24.000 average even in league one supporting the team.its about now ,you lot dont like it do you ,you should change your name cheat status for glory,you wont se any non cheating status glory in your life time .the next 50 years .if you get buy after febuary .your in deep shyte .see why your all quite mad[/p][/quote]Sorry Ken, but your'e not as entertaining as Shelia. You need to get a lighter touch. Why have your club loaned 30miilion from the Cayman Islands? I think that's a really good question, and did your fans make that decision! mmmh[/p][/quote]simple they have not .and we dont have a owner only wanting to get in to get his 19 million back he was promised.he would get when he sold the club on .he was just conned like so many by your club,why did your club pay wages that you could not afford putting you in real trouble.60. to 70.000 a week .35000 for a player playing in the champioship plus oap kanu .our club is not debt ridden and wont be even if we suffer relagation .as we have a wage budget .as we did having a 15000 stadium in the premier league .you just could not do it without cheating could you.so we dont need loans we own are own stadium training ground have assets do you ?????[/p][/quote]he's not our owner anymore - and it aint 19 million.Dont forget BC conned his way into our club by not paying a thing save approx 500k. The FL let us down by not investigating him. Ramirez must be 35-40k. If you really want to stay up - your owners, that the Owners may decide to pay some more chaps on big money - and thats how the wages go up. Speculating to accumulate. But it would be your Owners decision- and not the fans! I am right therre aren't I? The fans will be bailing out our club from the crooks. The business fans got robbed by the crooks. It took a fan to investigate all the BS and publish it - and he was watching his back, and checking under his car in the mornings when it all came out. You do need to remember these things. Anyway - I hope you enjoy the QPR game this weekend. I would say it would be your clubs biggest game for some while.[/p][/quote]gaston is on 25.ooo a week not more the the saints wages budget ,the media quoted his wages in euros ,you have got that completly wrong .bc had no interest in buying your club ,he only took it on ,to save you going under as your owner then had been arrested ,had he not done so you would of gone into administration then .19 million of his own money he put in .and he only wants to get it back .he isa on a loser if you fold he wont get his money back thats all he cares about.he just thinks if the fans takes over your fold anyway ,he just wants his 19 million back .and who can blame him.he was told it would be easy to sell it on .and then he could get his money back ,he just delayed your administration .every one knew is was going to happen .after a facup win 64 million in debt then owing gaymayak money in 2003 saints lost in the facup final in cardiff were at that time made 8 million in credit from the facup run .so those facts highlight just how ridicolous it is .and why the enevietable was going to happen.every game in the top league is a big game.except were not cheating status .we can run at a higher budget than pompey as we get 13.000 more fans at home games .so get your calclator and work it out .19 times 13.000 fans extra at the home games.now that is alot of money .but no player gets 60 to 70.000 a week here none .that was your choice or your boards .not a way to run a club[/p][/quote]Ken, He conned his way into the club by allegedly putting down a debebture which has never been verified. This was done in the British Virgin Isles which won't be checked by the FL or proably anyone else. We have to pay him the value of the ground which he hasn't paid for at all - aprt from paying some wages last year. Its a con - nothing more. It must be difficult to keep up with it at this end - but the whole thing is BS. So the fans will be paying for something that was given to them by the local council many years ago which BC has aquired by a pack of lies. Anyway. Ramirez is not on 30-35k a week then? and 30 million hasn't been loaned from the Cayman Isles. Are you sure about that?[/p][/quote]That £30m loan is a bit of a mystery, I thought it was set up to expedite the Ramirez transfer as the selling Club were making things difficult and time was running out, but there is no evidence that a loan was actually taken out, will have to wait for the next Financial Report to get an idea of what went on.[/p][/quote]but if the club wanted a loan ,they would not need to ,they could just loan the cash off of the lieber family billions .which they did to relaunch and have now paid back.so the lieber family would not have a issue ,so there fore its just a rumour that flew around nothing more saintkenny
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