Adkins hails Saints win

Daily Echo: Nigel Adkins Nigel Adkins

Nigel Adkins said the hard work had paid off after Saints grabbed a precious three points at QPR.

Rickie Lambert, Jason Puncheon and an Anton Ferdinand own goal earned Saints their first away win back in the Premier League as they defeated QPR 3-1 at Loftus Road.

The win lifted the pressure off of Adkins and gives the players a massive shot in confidence ahead of back-to-back home matches against Newcastle and Norwich.

“We had a good defensive shape about ourselves and we know we can score goals – we scored another three away from home – and there’s a confidence growing about us all the time amongst the players that we’ve got,” said Adkins.

“When you look at how the players have performed and how they perform every day in training they are having a right good go.

“Look at the supporters, they are having a right good go.

“At Southampton everyone is together as one, everyone is working hard.

“We know we’re in a situation at the wrong end of the table but we’ve come a long way in a short space of time.”

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6:01pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Block 34 says...

well done Nigel!! Well done lads!!
onwards & upwards!!!
well done Nigel!! Well done lads!! onwards & upwards!!! Block 34

6:01pm Sat 17 Nov 12

marcysaint says...

Well done today Nig, Tactics and team spot on!!

Well done to the team and the away fans for your awesome support!!

Onwards and upwards together as one!

Up the Saints :)
Well done today Nig, Tactics and team spot on!! Well done to the team and the away fans for your awesome support!! Onwards and upwards together as one! Up the Saints :) marcysaint

6:05pm Sat 17 Nov 12

lambo83 says...

2 wins in our next 2 home games would be massive... COYR
2 wins in our next 2 home games would be massive... COYR lambo83

6:08pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintforever says...

fantastic win and support today - the saints fans made it sound like a home game!!
well played puncheon - man of the match according to solent but think every player played well and worked hard .
fantastic win and support today - the saints fans made it sound like a home game!! well played puncheon - man of the match according to solent but think every player played well and worked hard . saintforever

6:08pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintforever says...

fantastic win and support today - the saints fans made it sound like a home game!!
well played puncheon - man of the match according to solent but think every player played well and worked hard .
fantastic win and support today - the saints fans made it sound like a home game!! well played puncheon - man of the match according to solent but think every player played well and worked hard . saintforever

6:08pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Red&WhiteStripes says...

Awesome.....knew you do it! Now let's do those Geordies and Pardew next week.
Awesome.....knew you do it! Now let's do those Geordies and Pardew next week. Red&WhiteStripes

6:15pm Sat 17 Nov 12

only1chopper says...

Fantastic result boys, but then again we should be beating the team below us. Fair play puncheon, he really upped his game today, and now all I want for Christmas is a clean sheet! And a couple of defenders
Fantastic result boys, but then again we should be beating the team below us. Fair play puncheon, he really upped his game today, and now all I want for Christmas is a clean sheet! And a couple of defenders only1chopper

6:20pm Sat 17 Nov 12

anderoo says...

Fanastic result....great team performance. Can't wait to watch Match Choice on Sky Sports, its the 'Game of the day'. Also, a massive well done to Donny Rovers on their great away win today :)
Fanastic result....great team performance. Can't wait to watch Match Choice on Sky Sports, its the 'Game of the day'. Also, a massive well done to Donny Rovers on their great away win today :) anderoo

6:22pm Sat 17 Nov 12

WinchesterBond says...

Only by everyone at Southampton FC and all us fans working together as one can we follow up our last 3 succesful seasons by retaining or Premier League status. The support for Nigel and the players this season has been immense and long may it continue. More tough games coming up so just as today lets have all of us "having a right good go" for the next match and beyond.
Only by everyone at Southampton FC and all us fans working together as one can we follow up our last 3 succesful seasons by retaining or Premier League status. The support for Nigel and the players this season has been immense and long may it continue. More tough games coming up so just as today lets have all of us "having a right good go" for the next match and beyond. WinchesterBond

6:26pm Sat 17 Nov 12

joelster says...

Block 34 wrote:
well done Nigel!! Well done lads!!
onwards & upwards!!!
agree!
Watched the whole game and thought we played awesome. You can say what you want about the opposition but truth is our team were competing way higher than the opposition and if you change the team, very few could do what we did today!!
Brilliant stuff, reminded me of the way we played last year; just faster!
[quote][p][bold]Block 34[/bold] wrote: well done Nigel!! Well done lads!! onwards & upwards!!![/p][/quote]agree! Watched the whole game and thought we played awesome. You can say what you want about the opposition but truth is our team were competing way higher than the opposition and if you change the team, very few could do what we did today!! Brilliant stuff, reminded me of the way we played last year; just faster! joelster

6:27pm Sat 17 Nov 12

holburyhalo says...

Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.
Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them. holburyhalo

6:37pm Sat 17 Nov 12

joelster says...

holburyhalo wrote:
Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.
totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!!
[quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.[/p][/quote]totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!! joelster

6:41pm Sat 17 Nov 12

just kidding says...

That was a great team effort, some of the football was sublime, could it be that we are actually starting to settle down? Its probably a bit too soon to say but this is the second game in a row where I felt a little more secure in our defending. Cork was brilliant, in fact i think they all were. I still think they have to straighten out Gazzaniga but I think he will come through eventually. Shaw looked as though he had been playing for years. Well done lads a really good win.
That was a great team effort, some of the football was sublime, could it be that we are actually starting to settle down? Its probably a bit too soon to say but this is the second game in a row where I felt a little more secure in our defending. Cork was brilliant, in fact i think they all were. I still think they have to straighten out Gazzaniga but I think he will come through eventually. Shaw looked as though he had been playing for years. Well done lads a really good win. just kidding

6:48pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Scarborosaint says...

Take a bow Nigel and the boys , well deserved , keep the faith and let's string a run of results together
Take a bow Nigel and the boys , well deserved , keep the faith and let's string a run of results together Scarborosaint

6:50pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

I thought (according to you lot at the DE) his name was 'Under Pressure Saints Manager Nigel Adkins'.

What's changed, Under Pressure Daily Echo Chief Sports Writer Adam Leitch?
I thought (according to you lot at the DE) his name was 'Under Pressure Saints Manager Nigel Adkins'. What's changed, Under Pressure Daily Echo Chief Sports Writer Adam Leitch? Strasbourg Saint

6:52pm Sat 17 Nov 12

aldermoorboy says...

win lose or draw, 10 more years for Nigel, one of the great Saints mangers along with Bates and Laurie M.
win lose or draw, 10 more years for Nigel, one of the great Saints mangers along with Bates and Laurie M. aldermoorboy

6:53pm Sat 17 Nov 12

skiptonsaint says...

well done nige and saints and the away fans

watched it and thought we were excellent with punch and cork really strong

i also thought yoshida looked the best i have seen him this season and clyne and shaw

if we could get 4 points from those next two home games we will be right in the mix and have a real platform

only downer is i just can't decide on the keeper situation. last 2 games have been our joint best defensive performances along with villa but gazza was well protected by much improved defensive performance

he just didnt look confident today
well done nige and saints and the away fans watched it and thought we were excellent with punch and cork really strong i also thought yoshida looked the best i have seen him this season and clyne and shaw if we could get 4 points from those next two home games we will be right in the mix and have a real platform only downer is i just can't decide on the keeper situation. last 2 games have been our joint best defensive performances along with villa but gazza was well protected by much improved defensive performance he just didnt look confident today skiptonsaint

6:55pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

just goes to show ......... be patient , keep the faith and things may just turn round .......... this is just a small victory in the overall game but i'd rather have nigel at our helm than anyone else , we will prevail because we do it right !
just goes to show ......... be patient , keep the faith and things may just turn round .......... this is just a small victory in the overall game but i'd rather have nigel at our helm than anyone else , we will prevail because we do it right ! slugger

6:58pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma . slugger

7:02pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

slugger wrote:
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
I don't
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .[/p][/quote]I don't Seedhouse the Unrepentant

7:14pm Sat 17 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Predicted a win earlier, felt the pressure would be on qpr. Away support sounded amazing and obviously played their part and got their rewards. Cork seems to have made a difference plus the appearenced of Ramirez.
Let's stick with this starting 11 in future if we can and formation, and hopefully we have learned as a team and management from previous mistakes.
Adkins, on this showing has the dressing room support and long may it continue, would be lovely to get something against Newcastle. Bill your bet looks safe fella!
Predicted a win earlier, felt the pressure would be on qpr. Away support sounded amazing and obviously played their part and got their rewards. Cork seems to have made a difference plus the appearenced of Ramirez. Let's stick with this starting 11 in future if we can and formation, and hopefully we have learned as a team and management from previous mistakes. Adkins, on this showing has the dressing room support and long may it continue, would be lovely to get something against Newcastle. Bill your bet looks safe fella! ghk230473

7:15pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
I don't
know what you mean but what the heck !
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .[/p][/quote]I don't[/p][/quote]know what you mean but what the heck ! slugger

7:18pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
I don't
I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently.

Long may it last.

As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .[/p][/quote]I don't[/p][/quote]I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently. Long may it last. As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows. Velleity

7:18pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Velleity says...

"As for"*
"As for"* Velleity

7:27pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

so , are we gonne a beat newcastle ? i vote yes ......... we're on a 2 game non losing run !
so , are we gonne a beat newcastle ? i vote yes ......... we're on a 2 game non losing run ! slugger

7:29pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

7:31pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

slugger wrote:
so , are we gonne a beat newcastle ? i vote yes ......... we're on a 2 game non losing run !
It's a shame they lost today but expect them to again next week. If we can max our next two home games things will look very different.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: so , are we gonne a beat newcastle ? i vote yes ......... we're on a 2 game non losing run ![/p][/quote]It's a shame they lost today but expect them to again next week. If we can max our next two home games things will look very different. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

7:37pm Sat 17 Nov 12

batesieboy says...

Really good win. Almost forgotten now, already thinking of taking all three points against Newcastle...they are really there for the taking. So lets do it.
Really good win. Almost forgotten now, already thinking of taking all three points against Newcastle...they are really there for the taking. So lets do it. batesieboy

7:37pm Sat 17 Nov 12

E-I-E-I-E-I-O says...

I'm chuffed to bits with the 3 points and from the sounds of the commentary on Solent all 12 men played fantastically with the crowd being Man of the Match! Feel free to disagree with me if you think I'm wrong, but I reckon Punch has really pulled his finger out this year and is turning in some cracking performances, with today being the best so far by all acounts. Very much looking forward to watching this one on Football First AND motd tonight and here's to the good times coming around again. Also, absoloute credit to the way St Nige has got hold of the lads and picked them up for the games this weekend and last, that man for all his positivity has shown some fantastic resilience and character this season and I firmly believe he is the right man to drive our bus! Lastly, Luke Shaw seems to have strolled into the team and this league as though he's been there since birth and I believe he will be a real gem both for now and the future. Nice not to have the fish-folk and WUM's on here tonight too!!! Same again next week please!
COYR!!!
I'm chuffed to bits with the 3 points and from the sounds of the commentary on Solent all 12 men played fantastically with the crowd being Man of the Match! Feel free to disagree with me if you think I'm wrong, but I reckon Punch has really pulled his finger out this year and is turning in some cracking performances, with today being the best so far by all acounts. Very much looking forward to watching this one on Football First AND motd tonight and here's to the good times coming around again. Also, absoloute credit to the way St Nige has got hold of the lads and picked them up for the games this weekend and last, that man for all his positivity has shown some fantastic resilience and character this season and I firmly believe he is the right man to drive our bus! Lastly, Luke Shaw seems to have strolled into the team and this league as though he's been there since birth and I believe he will be a real gem both for now and the future. Nice not to have the fish-folk and WUM's on here tonight too!!! Same again next week please! COYR!!! E-I-E-I-E-I-O

7:39pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
so , are we gonne a beat newcastle ? i vote yes ......... we're on a 2 game non losing run !
It's a shame they lost today but expect them to again next week. If we can max our next two home games things will look very different.
looking forward to match of the day (first time in ages) , if what i heard is right we may just have turned a corner ...... here's hoping !
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: so , are we gonne a beat newcastle ? i vote yes ......... we're on a 2 game non losing run ![/p][/quote]It's a shame they lost today but expect them to again next week. If we can max our next two home games things will look very different.[/p][/quote]looking forward to match of the day (first time in ages) , if what i heard is right we may just have turned a corner ...... here's hoping ! slugger

7:40pm Sat 17 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

want to read this as an echo headline.


ADKINS GETS THE SACK

72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.
want to read this as an echo headline. ADKINS GETS THE SACK 72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind. angus mc coatup

7:44pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
want to read this as an echo headline.


ADKINS GETS THE SACK

72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.
of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: want to read this as an echo headline. ADKINS GETS THE SACK 72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.[/p][/quote]of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up saintkenny

7:46pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Norwegian Saint says...

OH BOY, I'VE WAITED FOR THIS...

Bill Bailey...
Martin Clunes...
Liam Ridgewell...
Ade Edmundson...
Ken Bates...
Ferne Cotton...
Pete Doherty...
.........
.........
.........
"YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!"
OH BOY, I'VE WAITED FOR THIS... Bill Bailey... Martin Clunes... Liam Ridgewell... Ade Edmundson... Ken Bates... Ferne Cotton... Pete Doherty... ......... ......... ......... "YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!" Norwegian Saint

7:46pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Newcastle seem to be on a losing streak (which is encouraging).
I hope we don't give AP any stick next week...and just give NA our full vocal support.
Our fans continue to make me proud to follow the Saints. We are the best...and that's a..

FACT! :O)
Newcastle seem to be on a losing streak (which is encouraging). I hope we don't give AP any stick next week...and just give NA our full vocal support. Our fans continue to make me proud to follow the Saints. We are the best...and that's a.. FACT! :O) Baddesley Bill

7:47pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts !
TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts ! slugger

7:51pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

There has been individual glimpses of what could be, but today for the first time this season with the new faces it all clicked, and my god we looked good! Nige, the vast majority of us never doubted yet the minority always will, enjoy proving them imbeciles. UTS!!
There has been individual glimpses of what could be, but today for the first time this season with the new faces it all clicked, and my god we looked good! Nige, the vast majority of us never doubted yet the minority always will, enjoy proving them imbeciles. UTS!! Tye-Dye pt2

7:53pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

slugger wrote:
TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts !
Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts ![/p][/quote]Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

7:53pm Sat 17 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Newcastle seem to be on a losing streak (which is encouraging).
I hope we don't give AP any stick next week...and just give NA our full vocal support.
Our fans continue to make me proud to follow the Saints. We are the best...and that's a..

FACT! :O)
Couldn't agree more!
Your bets looking safe and I have to give credit to Adkins. He didn't shrink after the Albion defeat and took everything in his stride, has kept positive and dressing room on side.
I would give him time and a chance to improve squad in January.......... And £50 to the saints trust!;D
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Newcastle seem to be on a losing streak (which is encouraging). I hope we don't give AP any stick next week...and just give NA our full vocal support. Our fans continue to make me proud to follow the Saints. We are the best...and that's a.. FACT! :O)[/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more! Your bets looking safe and I have to give credit to Adkins. He didn't shrink after the Albion defeat and took everything in his stride, has kept positive and dressing room on side. I would give him time and a chance to improve squad in January.......... And £50 to the saints trust!;D ghk230473

7:56pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintsupnorth says...

Well its nice to hear Adkins now of the top of the list to be sacked, that honor now has shifted to hughes. Think this is the Beginning of the end of our ' poor start '. 3 Hours to get home after travelling to see Saints play, Worth every minute after the performance we put in.
Well its nice to hear Adkins now of the top of the list to be sacked, that honor now has shifted to hughes. Think this is the Beginning of the end of our ' poor start '. 3 Hours to get home after travelling to see Saints play, Worth every minute after the performance we put in. saintsupnorth

7:57pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts !
Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be.
ok ........ he/she/it's rubbish anyway ....lol
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts ![/p][/quote]Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be.[/p][/quote]ok ........ he/she/it's rubbish anyway ....lol slugger

8:00pm Sat 17 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts !
Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be.
ok ........ he/she/it's rubbish anyway ....lol
he's just posted on the other thread.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts ![/p][/quote]Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be.[/p][/quote]ok ........ he/she/it's rubbish anyway ....lol[/p][/quote]he's just posted on the other thread. angus mc coatup

8:01pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

slugger wrote:
TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts !
yes come on the booooooozzzzzzzooore
r let us know why it is+ NC`s fault that we didnt we by more goals, this due to the fact that no one at sfc has got prem experience (apart from the ones you have been told about but said werent good enough). oh and have you worked out the answer to the question i put to you the other day yet? you know the coach at sfc with prem experience jd?

pleased that cork is back and seems to have been a catalyst for the team.

come on fishys where are you tonight?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts ![/p][/quote]yes come on the booooooozzzzzzzooore r let us know why it is+ NC`s fault that we didnt we by more goals, this due to the fact that no one at sfc has got prem experience (apart from the ones you have been told about but said werent good enough). oh and have you worked out the answer to the question i put to you the other day yet? you know the coach at sfc with prem experience jd? pleased that cork is back and seems to have been a catalyst for the team. come on fishys where are you tonight? saintshorse101

8:07pm Sat 17 Nov 12

SaintinCanada says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote: TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts !
Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be.
ok ........ he/she/it's rubbish anyway ....lol
he's just posted on the other thread.
No - he/she/it was on the other thread looking for hi/her/its face
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: TEBOURBA where are you ? ........ i need more facts ![/p][/quote]Don't encourage. He/she said he/she wouldn't post again. Let it be.[/p][/quote]ok ........ he/she/it's rubbish anyway ....lol[/p][/quote]he's just posted on the other thread.[/p][/quote]No - he/she/it was on the other thread looking for hi/her/its face SaintinCanada

8:10pm Sat 17 Nov 12

West Ender says...

If Puncheon played like this every week he would be on of the first names on the team sheet.
If Puncheon played like this every week he would be on of the first names on the team sheet. West Ender

8:17pm Sat 17 Nov 12

SnapperSaint says...

West Ender wrote:
If Puncheon played like this every week he would be on of the first names on the team sheet.
I agree I could not believe it was actually Puncheon today he was like a new signing...such positive runs forward, without losing the ball, and then excellent finishing to cap it all off...
[quote][p][bold]West Ender[/bold] wrote: If Puncheon played like this every week he would be on of the first names on the team sheet.[/p][/quote]I agree I could not believe it was actually Puncheon today he was like a new signing...such positive runs forward, without losing the ball, and then excellent finishing to cap it all off... SnapperSaint

8:27pm Sat 17 Nov 12

SnapperSaint says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Sparky is at home, has far greater experience than Nigel and has the public backing of his Chairman.
QPR to win by at least 2 clear goals!
A collection wll be taken up at half time in the Saints section of the ground to help pay Solent Interiors' long overdue account.
RYRIHF

What a complete tw@t!!!
You read it here FIRST...actually, it's what everyone is saying about TreBoreUS so not first really...
TEBOURBA wrote: Sparky is at home, has far greater experience than Nigel and has the public backing of his Chairman. QPR to win by at least 2 clear goals! A collection wll be taken up at half time in the Saints section of the ground to help pay Solent Interiors' long overdue account. RYRIHF What a complete tw@t!!! You read it here FIRST...actually, it's what everyone is saying about TreBoreUS so not first really... SnapperSaint

8:27pm Sat 17 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

COYR FOADP WTFILN.......Sha La La
COYR FOADP WTFILN.......Sha La La seventh-junction

8:30pm Sat 17 Nov 12

manchester exiled Saint says...

Well this is really says it all... how far NA has taken us... from bottom of League 1 to the game of the day on Sky football first... Having a laugh!!

Well done lads... great football great win
Well this is really says it all... how far NA has taken us... from bottom of League 1 to the game of the day on Sky football first... Having a laugh!! Well done lads... great football great win manchester exiled Saint

8:36pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

manchester exiled Saint wrote:
Well this is really says it all... how far NA has taken us... from bottom of League 1 to the game of the day on Sky football first... Having a laugh!!

Well done lads... great football great win
in a sentence ....... top post !
[quote][p][bold]manchester exiled Saint[/bold] wrote: Well this is really says it all... how far NA has taken us... from bottom of League 1 to the game of the day on Sky football first... Having a laugh!! Well done lads... great football great win[/p][/quote]in a sentence ....... top post ! slugger

8:42pm Sat 17 Nov 12

pompey in spain says...

you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........!
you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........! pompey in spain

8:42pm Sat 17 Nov 12

angus mc coatup 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.
I also can't imagine losing at home yet again and six games in a row in league one when your superior neighbours have just given QPR a footballing lesson and now picked up 4 points from 6 which is a bit better than 0 points from 18.
That must be a tad embarrassing which would explain why the spineless fish worrying skunts aren't playing tonight and are all indoors with their westwood wannabe jim- jams on but not blowing their plastic trumpets.......sssh, sssh
every time I read this I really do laugh out loud.this could be the longest post in echo history by the seasons end.

westwood jim fecking jams hahahahahah !!!
[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. I also can't imagine losing at home yet again and six games in a row in league one when your superior neighbours have just given QPR a footballing lesson and now picked up 4 points from 6 which is a bit better than 0 points from 18. That must be a tad embarrassing which would explain why the spineless fish worrying skunts aren't playing tonight and are all indoors with their westwood wannabe jim- jams on but not blowing their plastic trumpets.......sssh, sssh[/p][/quote]every time I read this I really do laugh out loud.this could be the longest post in echo history by the seasons end. westwood jim fecking jams hahahahahah !!! angus mc coatup

8:51pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Newcastle seem to be on a losing streak (which is encouraging).
I hope we don't give AP any stick next week...and just give NA our full vocal support.
Our fans continue to make me proud to follow the Saints. We are the best...and that's a..

FACT! :O)
Couldn't agree more!
Your bets looking safe and I have to give credit to Adkins. He didn't shrink after the Albion defeat and took everything in his stride, has kept positive and dressing room on side.
I would give him time and a chance to improve squad in January.......... And £50 to the saints trust!;D
Fair play ghk...but I ain't won just yet. Either way COYR
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Newcastle seem to be on a losing streak (which is encouraging). I hope we don't give AP any stick next week...and just give NA our full vocal support. Our fans continue to make me proud to follow the Saints. We are the best...and that's a.. FACT! :O)[/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more! Your bets looking safe and I have to give credit to Adkins. He didn't shrink after the Albion defeat and took everything in his stride, has kept positive and dressing room on side. I would give him time and a chance to improve squad in January.......... And £50 to the saints trust!;D[/p][/quote]Fair play ghk...but I ain't won just yet. Either way COYR Baddesley Bill

8:56pm Sat 17 Nov 12

SFCSaint says...

GET IN COME ON YOU SAINTS! EVERYTHING ABOUT TODAY WAS BRILLIANT ESPECIALLY DONNY BEATING THE SKATES TOO! KEEP THESE PERFORMANCES UP AND WE WILL STAY UP LETS WIN THESE NEXT 2 GAMES AT HOME AND REALLY PUSH UP THE TABLE! THERES ONLY ONE NIGEL ADKINS! COME ON YOU SAINTS!!!!!
GET IN COME ON YOU SAINTS! EVERYTHING ABOUT TODAY WAS BRILLIANT ESPECIALLY DONNY BEATING THE SKATES TOO! KEEP THESE PERFORMANCES UP AND WE WILL STAY UP LETS WIN THESE NEXT 2 GAMES AT HOME AND REALLY PUSH UP THE TABLE! THERES ONLY ONE NIGEL ADKINS! COME ON YOU SAINTS!!!!! SFCSaint

8:57pm Sat 17 Nov 12

pompey in spain says...

angus and up the junction....you are a credit and possibly a good reflection of your club,you short memory,frightened,pe
rverted schoolboys get a life not like the present ones where you still feel inferior to a team going through a bad patch....enjoy the moment..it wont last...
angus and up the junction....you are a credit and possibly a good reflection of your club,you short memory,frightened,pe rverted schoolboys get a life not like the present ones where you still feel inferior to a team going through a bad patch....enjoy the moment..it wont last... pompey in spain

8:58pm Sat 17 Nov 12

DisplacedFan says...

pompey in spain wrote:
you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........!
Funny. If Donny keep getting promoted we will play them!
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........![/p][/quote]Funny. If Donny keep getting promoted we will play them! DisplacedFan

9:00pm Sat 17 Nov 12

hates the skates says...

im proud enough to admit i may of been a bit hasty in calling for nigels head, defence seems better corky is looking like a new signing punch...............
.... outstaning infact the whole team looked bran new keep it up boys unbeaten this month two more wins and were be in a fantastic position as long as were in touching distance after christmas get a few defenders and we can kiss goodbye to the relegation battle. coyr. in nigel we trust.
im proud enough to admit i may of been a bit hasty in calling for nigels head, defence seems better corky is looking like a new signing punch............... .... outstaning infact the whole team looked bran new keep it up boys unbeaten this month two more wins and were be in a fantastic position as long as were in touching distance after christmas get a few defenders and we can kiss goodbye to the relegation battle. coyr. in nigel we trust. hates the skates

9:04pm Sat 17 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

THE SAINTS ARE COMING, THE SAINTS ARE COMING, I REMEMBER ALL YOU MUPPETS SAYING GET RID OF PUNCHEON WHAT ARE YOU SAYING NOW?????
PS GAZZANIGA IS ****, PUT YOUR FAITH BACK IN BORUC HE IS A CLASS ABOVE GAZZA AND WE WILL BE ROCKING.
THE SAINTS ARE COMING, THE SAINTS ARE COMING, I REMEMBER ALL YOU MUPPETS SAYING GET RID OF PUNCHEON WHAT ARE YOU SAYING NOW????? PS GAZZANIGA IS ****, PUT YOUR FAITH BACK IN BORUC HE IS A CLASS ABOVE GAZZA AND WE WILL BE ROCKING. bigfella777

9:05pm Sat 17 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

pompey in spain wrote:
angus and up the junction....you are a credit and possibly a good reflection of your club,you short memory,frightened,pe

rverted schoolboys get a life not like the present ones where you still feel inferior to a team going through a bad patch....enjoy the moment..it wont last...
don't you worry about me mush.

and no, I don't. feel inferior to anybody
certainly not you fcukin lot.It was your fans that gave us so much grief when we where in the sh!t,this is just pay back.

oh and have you pledged (It's only a grand) cheer up your only tied bottom now
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: angus and up the junction....you are a credit and possibly a good reflection of your club,you short memory,frightened,pe rverted schoolboys get a life not like the present ones where you still feel inferior to a team going through a bad patch....enjoy the moment..it wont last...[/p][/quote]don't you worry about me mush. and no, I don't. feel inferior to anybody certainly not you fcukin lot.It was your fans that gave us so much grief when we where in the sh!t,this is just pay back. oh and have you pledged (It's only a grand) cheer up your only tied bottom now angus mc coatup

9:06pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

pompey in spain wrote:
angus and up the junction....you are a credit and possibly a good reflection of your club,you short memory,frightened,pe

rverted schoolboys get a life not like the present ones where you still feel inferior to a team going through a bad patch....enjoy the moment..it wont last...
Bad patch? You are the master of the understatement El Skate.
Bit like calling a tsunami a damp patch if you ask me.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: angus and up the junction....you are a credit and possibly a good reflection of your club,you short memory,frightened,pe rverted schoolboys get a life not like the present ones where you still feel inferior to a team going through a bad patch....enjoy the moment..it wont last...[/p][/quote]Bad patch? You are the master of the understatement El Skate. Bit like calling a tsunami a damp patch if you ask me. Baddesley Bill

9:06pm Sat 17 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

pompey in spain wrote:
you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........!
YOU AINT EVEN GOT 300 PENCE YOU INBRED TOOL, YOU GOT SMASHED BY WHO? TODAY.GET OFF OUR PREMIERSHIP SITE YOU DIRTY B@STARD.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........![/p][/quote]YOU AINT EVEN GOT 300 PENCE YOU INBRED TOOL, YOU GOT SMASHED BY WHO? TODAY.GET OFF OUR PREMIERSHIP SITE YOU DIRTY B@STARD. bigfella777

9:08pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Norwegian Saint says...

Saints win away...
Poopey lose at home...
B'Muff extend lead over the Poofew...

If Carlsberg did Saturdays!

Just love being a Saints fan!

Shalalalaaaa, Shalalalaaaa, Shalalalaaaaaaa.... WTFILN!
Saints win away... Poopey lose at home... B'Muff extend lead over the Poofew... If Carlsberg did Saturdays! Just love being a Saints fan! Shalalalaaaa, Shalalalaaaa, Shalalalaaaaaaa.... WTFILN! Norwegian Saint

9:14pm Sat 17 Nov 12

holburyhalo says...

The players so obviously behind the manager and the fans overwhelmingly behind both, there's only one way the bus is going and that's up the hill.
The players so obviously behind the manager and the fans overwhelmingly behind both, there's only one way the bus is going and that's up the hill. holburyhalo

9:15pm Sat 17 Nov 12

RedArmy1 says...

joelster wrote:
holburyhalo wrote:
Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.
totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!!
THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!!

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.


We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games

We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !!

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!

After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !!


liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham

IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !!

WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM.

RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.

p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games.

WINNING IS EVERYTHING.

NO FEAR NO SURRENDER.
UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO.
[quote][p][bold]joelster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.[/p][/quote]totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!![/p][/quote]THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!! WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !! THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !! After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !! liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !! WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM. RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games. WINNING IS EVERYTHING. NO FEAR NO SURRENDER. UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO. RedArmy1

9:16pm Sat 17 Nov 12

InCortesewetrust says...

I believe in the recent talkes between
adkins and cortesse, adkins has come out trumps , i think he has said "I pick the team " ya little Italian ****", so let me pick the team,hence gully, j rod, fox, are out the squad,
I believe in the recent talkes between adkins and cortesse, adkins has come out trumps , i think he has said "I pick the team " ya little Italian ****", so let me pick the team,hence gully, j rod, fox, are out the squad, InCortesewetrust

9:21pm Sat 17 Nov 12

pompey in spain says...

big fella,,or should that be small fella..GROW UP BABES!!.....angus yes i have pledged mate thats what proper fans do!!..and yes in your case you ought to feel inferior and when you were in trouble and in fact when you went down ,the day WBA beat us i danced like i never danced before on the beach and i dont mind taking it now but have a bit of class.!..the seed ,confucious.and 6 or 7 others on here get me every time same vein as you ...but with class!!
big fella,,or should that be small fella..GROW UP BABES!!.....angus yes i have pledged mate thats what proper fans do!!..and yes in your case you ought to feel inferior and when you were in trouble and in fact when you went down ,the day WBA beat us i danced like i never danced before on the beach and i dont mind taking it now but have a bit of class.!..the seed ,confucious.and 6 or 7 others on here get me every time same vein as you ...but with class!! pompey in spain

9:26pm Sat 17 Nov 12

City Saint says...

Hoodoo, broken! Onwards and upwards.
Hoodoo, broken! Onwards and upwards. City Saint

9:26pm Sat 17 Nov 12

City Saint says...

Hoodoo, broken! Onwards and upwards.
Hoodoo, broken! Onwards and upwards. City Saint

9:27pm Sat 17 Nov 12

loosehead says...

Well done the saints! how times have changed I remember reading posts saying we didn't want Puncheon back?
luckily those people didn't get their way as this guy seems to be getting better & better.
I really hope for the City's sake this is the start to our season & we do win the next two home games.
So as several of you have already said COYR!
Well done the saints! how times have changed I remember reading posts saying we didn't want Puncheon back? luckily those people didn't get their way as this guy seems to be getting better & better. I really hope for the City's sake this is the start to our season & we do win the next two home games. So as several of you have already said COYR! loosehead

9:28pm Sat 17 Nov 12

pompey in spain says...

badd bill !!...ive noticed a slight nastieness in you of late...tense times obviously..i take it todays score eases it a bit...get some therapy!!
badd bill !!...ive noticed a slight nastieness in you of late...tense times obviously..i take it todays score eases it a bit...get some therapy!! pompey in spain

9:30pm Sat 17 Nov 12

kent141 says...

.........TAXI FOR ADKINS.......
.........TAXI FOR ADKINS....... kent141

9:32pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt. St Retford

9:33pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

(Well done though, obv.)
(Well done though, obv.) St Retford

9:41pm Sat 17 Nov 12

kent141 says...

SFCSaint wrote:
GET IN COME ON YOU SAINTS! EVERYTHING ABOUT TODAY WAS BRILLIANT ESPECIALLY DONNY BEATING THE SKATES TOO! KEEP THESE PERFORMANCES UP AND WE WILL STAY UP LETS WIN THESE NEXT 2 GAMES AT HOME AND REALLY PUSH UP THE TABLE! THERES ONLY ONE NIGEL ADKINS! COME ON YOU SAINTS!!!!!
Lol
[quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: GET IN COME ON YOU SAINTS! EVERYTHING ABOUT TODAY WAS BRILLIANT ESPECIALLY DONNY BEATING THE SKATES TOO! KEEP THESE PERFORMANCES UP AND WE WILL STAY UP LETS WIN THESE NEXT 2 GAMES AT HOME AND REALLY PUSH UP THE TABLE! THERES ONLY ONE NIGEL ADKINS! COME ON YOU SAINTS!!!!![/p][/quote]Lol kent141

9:42pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

i see kunt has arrived ...... silly person.
i see kunt has arrived ...... silly person. slugger

9:45pm Sat 17 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

pompey in spain wrote:
big fella,,or should that be small fella..GROW UP BABES!!.....angus yes i have pledged mate thats what proper fans do!!..and yes in your case you ought to feel inferior and when you were in trouble and in fact when you went down ,the day WBA beat us i danced like i never danced before on the beach and i dont mind taking it now but have a bit of class.!..the seed ,confucious.and 6 or 7 others on here get me every time same vein as you ...but with class!!
you should stop taking this stuff so serious mush.If you don't like what's being posted on here then don't log In.
In case you havn't notice this isn't a portsmouth forum.so If we want to take the pi$$ we will and if that upsets you
well, who cares......oh and incidently why should I feel inferior to a second rate busted flush.

cheer up anyway, the trust are in charge now. that will surely be the end of all your problems......wont it?
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: big fella,,or should that be small fella..GROW UP BABES!!.....angus yes i have pledged mate thats what proper fans do!!..and yes in your case you ought to feel inferior and when you were in trouble and in fact when you went down ,the day WBA beat us i danced like i never danced before on the beach and i dont mind taking it now but have a bit of class.!..the seed ,confucious.and 6 or 7 others on here get me every time same vein as you ...but with class!![/p][/quote]you should stop taking this stuff so serious mush.If you don't like what's being posted on here then don't log In. In case you havn't notice this isn't a portsmouth forum.so If we want to take the pi$$ we will and if that upsets you well, who cares......oh and incidently why should I feel inferior to a second rate busted flush. cheer up anyway, the trust are in charge now. that will surely be the end of all your problems......wont it? angus mc coatup

9:52pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Invidia says...

kent141 wrote:
.........TAXI FOR ADKINS.......
Taxi

You are well behind with the news, still living in the past, more like an open top bus for Nigel
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: .........TAXI FOR ADKINS.......[/p][/quote]Taxi You are well behind with the news, still living in the past, more like an open top bus for Nigel Invidia

10:00pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :( St Retford

10:07pm Sat 17 Nov 12

holburyhalo says...

Odear there,s a blue mist trying to fog the issue.Nevermind we can see through you, your rice paper thin and are about to blow away in wind, and will only be distant memory,bye,bye.
Odear there,s a blue mist trying to fog the issue.Nevermind we can see through you, your rice paper thin and are about to blow away in wind, and will only be distant memory,bye,bye. holburyhalo

10:08pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

pompey in spain wrote:
you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........!
we did thrashed them out of sit at home 30.000 fans there ,how many at the fishy shed today .if the fans want to buy the club why dont they watch the team ,a very few fans it has to be said .you lost again 10 points top come off 9 points adrift already .in administration for 9 months nealy a whole season,will it last .theres not much time left tick tock
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........![/p][/quote]we did thrashed them out of sit at home 30.000 fans there ,how many at the fishy shed today .if the fans want to buy the club why dont they watch the team ,a very few fans it has to be said .you lost again 10 points top come off 9 points adrift already .in administration for 9 months nealy a whole season,will it last .theres not much time left tick tock saintkenny

10:10pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

pompey in spain wrote:
badd bill !!...ive noticed a slight nastieness in you of late...tense times obviously..i take it todays score eases it a bit...get some therapy!!
Never been happier Senor Skunt.
The continued demise of PFC kept me going through the tough times.
I revel in PFC's misery.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: badd bill !!...ive noticed a slight nastieness in you of late...tense times obviously..i take it todays score eases it a bit...get some therapy!![/p][/quote]Never been happier Senor Skunt. The continued demise of PFC kept me going through the tough times. I revel in PFC's misery. Baddesley Bill

10:15pm Sat 17 Nov 12

slugger says...

St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep . slugger

10:19pm Sat 17 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh... angus mc coatup

10:21pm Sat 17 Nov 12

SaintinCanada says...

TEBOURBA wrote:

I posted a few times on the other thread after 5.00 trying to be credible, but I have lost my face. I feel so stupid.....am I?

Perhaps it's on this one. Any help would be appreciated.

Find it in here first, anyone?
TEBOURBA wrote: I posted a few times on the other thread after 5.00 trying to be credible, but I have lost my face. I feel so stupid.....am I? Perhaps it's on this one. Any help would be appreciated. Find it in here first, anyone? SaintinCanada

10:22pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

bigfella777 wrote:
pompey in spain wrote:
you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........!
YOU AINT EVEN GOT 300 PENCE YOU INBRED TOOL, YOU GOT SMASHED BY WHO? TODAY.GET OFF OUR PREMIERSHIP SITE YOU DIRTY B@STARD.
why is it our bigfella got back on your champioship argus site ,good result today .send the usual crew my regards,your be up there bha
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........![/p][/quote]YOU AINT EVEN GOT 300 PENCE YOU INBRED TOOL, YOU GOT SMASHED BY WHO? TODAY.GET OFF OUR PREMIERSHIP SITE YOU DIRTY B@STARD.[/p][/quote]why is it our bigfella got back on your champioship argus site ,good result today .send the usual crew my regards,your be up there bha saintkenny

10:27pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green? St Retford

10:30pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
cant you watch it online bbcsport always shown online mod and the fls
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]cant you watch it online bbcsport always shown online mod and the fls saintkenny

10:34pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

saintkenny wrote:
St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
cant you watch it online bbcsport always shown online mod and the fls
I'll give it a go. How modern!
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]cant you watch it online bbcsport always shown online mod and the fls[/p][/quote]I'll give it a go. How modern! St Retford

10:36pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
Unplug...Switch it off...switch it on...give it 10mins...and you'll be bang on for the game.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]Unplug...Switch it off...switch it on...give it 10mins...and you'll be bang on for the game. Baddesley Bill

10:37pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

St Retford wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
cant you watch it online bbcsport always shown online mod and the fls
I'll give it a go. How modern!
its always on just go on football ,it will be offered.glad i told you intime
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]cant you watch it online bbcsport always shown online mod and the fls[/p][/quote]I'll give it a go. How modern![/p][/quote]its always on just go on football ,it will be offered.glad i told you intime saintkenny

10:39pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Norwegian Saint says...

Just to top off a fantastic Saturday we get the Poofew on here trying to justify their teams existence and try to put us down!
If the boot was on the other foot (as it was a few years ago... except we didn't cheat) I wouldn't have wasted my time on the newshite!
These numpties need to go and support their team while they have one.
11000 at Nottarf Krap... With prices slashed... Haaaahaaaa an absolute embarrassment to football...
I keep seeing this badge that says "kick it out" I agree, let's kick the Poopey out of the football league!
Thanks for the laughs Poofew... Priceless! :-D
Just to top off a fantastic Saturday we get the Poofew on here trying to justify their teams existence and try to put us down! If the boot was on the other foot (as it was a few years ago... except we didn't cheat) I wouldn't have wasted my time on the newshite! These numpties need to go and support their team while they have one. 11000 at Nottarf Krap... With prices slashed... Haaaahaaaa an absolute embarrassment to football... I keep seeing this badge that says "kick it out" I agree, let's kick the Poopey out of the football league! Thanks for the laughs Poofew... Priceless! :-D Norwegian Saint

10:44pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Velleity says...

bigfella777 wrote:
pompey in spain wrote:
you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........!
YOU AINT EVEN GOT 300 PENCE YOU INBRED TOOL, YOU GOT SMASHED BY WHO? TODAY.GET OFF OUR PREMIERSHIP SITE YOU DIRTY B@STARD.
Bigfella777 - that rings a bell: Yes, here it is, from after the Wigan game:


"bigfella777 wrote:
We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio."



And suddenly you're on here giving it large. You two-faced twit.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: you lot are having a laff or what...seriously your defence was dodgy against the worst team in the prem..and before anyone says skate wum as i said on here yesterday to SO5o i had 2oo euros on you lot at 3 to 1 ..you won ok but stay silent and get on with the job!! and you never know you could be as lucky as us today and play the mighty donny rovers.........![/p][/quote]YOU AINT EVEN GOT 300 PENCE YOU INBRED TOOL, YOU GOT SMASHED BY WHO? TODAY.GET OFF OUR PREMIERSHIP SITE YOU DIRTY B@STARD.[/p][/quote]Bigfella777 - that rings a bell: Yes, here it is, from after the Wigan game: "bigfella777 wrote: We need a prem manager quickly, not a physio." And suddenly you're on here giving it large. You two-faced twit. Velleity

10:50pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online? saintshorse101

10:55pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Norwegian Saint says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
Filmon.com
Get all uk channels here and no sign up... Just click n watch
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?[/p][/quote]Filmon.com Get all uk channels here and no sign up... Just click n watch Norwegian Saint

10:59pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Tirau Dan says...

Not so far off mid table now... Pards will be bricking it.. our lads will be up for taking 3pts from toon with style. Nobble Ba and we're half way there as they are the wet spam of the north hoof ballers.
Up to us to show champaign fast passing can demolish hoofers...

FA doing us no favours with three games in 6 days. At this level this is criminal. Sun Weds Sat games Toon Pigeons Pool -

9 pt week it is then!! something to turn the prem on it's ear if that happens and it would well and truly shove a gag in the gobs of a lot of bs merchants from the pundits to the wums and skate priicks on here

COYR
Not so far off mid table now... Pards will be bricking it.. our lads will be up for taking 3pts from toon with style. Nobble Ba and we're half way there as they are the wet spam of the north hoof ballers. Up to us to show champaign fast passing can demolish hoofers... FA doing us no favours with three games in 6 days. At this level this is criminal. Sun Weds Sat games Toon Pigeons Pool - 9 pt week it is then!! something to turn the prem on it's ear if that happens and it would well and truly shove a gag in the gobs of a lot of bs merchants from the pundits to the wums and skate priicks on here COYR Tirau Dan

11:01pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?[/p][/quote]Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed... St Retford

11:01pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
retford just got this from sky site for you.

Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings.

1. Power the box off at the mains power supply.

3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box.

4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply.

5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button.

6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved.

DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX!
If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings):

1. Power the box off at the mains power supply.

2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box.

3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on.

4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle.

5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice.

6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off.

7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box.

8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved

hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside.
good luck!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]retford just got this from sky site for you. Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings. 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box. 4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply. 5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button. 6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved. DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX! If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings): 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box. 3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on. 4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle. 5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice. 6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off. 7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box. 8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside. good luck! saintshorse101

11:06pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Tirau Dan says...

St Retford wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...
All the best to you St Ret.. I think your lad was on the nurse pull!! Good on him.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?[/p][/quote]Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...[/p][/quote]All the best to you St Ret.. I think your lad was on the nurse pull!! Good on him. Tirau Dan

11:10pm Sat 17 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

St Retford wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...
Wythenshawe Hospital now that brings back memorys. had to go there back in the early 90`s when i was working on the manc airport upgrade.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?[/p][/quote]Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...[/p][/quote]Wythenshawe Hospital now that brings back memorys. had to go there back in the early 90`s when i was working on the manc airport upgrade. saintshorse101

11:19pm Sat 17 Nov 12

arthur boutfaith 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.
I also can't imagine losing at home yet again and six games in a row in league one when your superior neighbours have just given QPR a footballing lesson and now picked up 4 points from 6 which is a bit better than 0 points from 18.
That must be a tad embarrassing which would explain why the spineless fish worrying skunts aren't playing tonight and are all indoors with their westwood wannabe jim- jams on but not blowing their plastic trumpets.......sssh, sssh
Agreed.
[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. I also can't imagine losing at home yet again and six games in a row in league one when your superior neighbours have just given QPR a footballing lesson and now picked up 4 points from 6 which is a bit better than 0 points from 18. That must be a tad embarrassing which would explain why the spineless fish worrying skunts aren't playing tonight and are all indoors with their westwood wannabe jim- jams on but not blowing their plastic trumpets.......sssh, sssh[/p][/quote]Agreed. arthur boutfaith

11:25pm Sat 17 Nov 12

insane saint says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
joelster wrote:
holburyhalo wrote:
Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.
totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!!
THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!!

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.


We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games

We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !!

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!

After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !!


liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham

IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !!

WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM.

RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.

p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games.

WINNING IS EVERYTHING.

NO FEAR NO SURRENDER.
UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO.
good to see you again REDARMY1 lert the good tmes begin.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH.

RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY.

THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS 1 NIGEL ADKINS THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS.

bring on the next games we are up for them.

COYR.
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]joelster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.[/p][/quote]totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!![/p][/quote]THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!! WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !! THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !! After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !! liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !! WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM. RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games. WINNING IS EVERYTHING. NO FEAR NO SURRENDER. UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO.[/p][/quote]good to see you again REDARMY1 lert the good tmes begin. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH. RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY. THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS 1 NIGEL ADKINS THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS. bring on the next games we are up for them. COYR. insane saint

11:49pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...
Wythenshawe Hospital now that brings back memorys. had to go there back in the early 90`s when i was working on the manc airport upgrade.
It's probably the only hospital in Britain that finds it necessary to put a 'no smoking' sign on the Wendy house but there we are.

Anyway, the lads looked absolutely on fire today. Play like that every week and we'll finish top half easily. I bloody love Southampton Football Club.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?[/p][/quote]Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...[/p][/quote]Wythenshawe Hospital now that brings back memorys. had to go there back in the early 90`s when i was working on the manc airport upgrade.[/p][/quote]It's probably the only hospital in Britain that finds it necessary to put a 'no smoking' sign on the Wendy house but there we are. Anyway, the lads looked absolutely on fire today. Play like that every week and we'll finish top half easily. I bloody love Southampton Football Club. St Retford

11:55pm Sat 17 Nov 12

St Retford says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
retford just got this from sky site for you.

Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings.

1. Power the box off at the mains power supply.

3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box.

4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply.

5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button.

6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved.

DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX!
If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings):

1. Power the box off at the mains power supply.

2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box.

3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on.

4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle.

5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice.

6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off.

7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box.

8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved

hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside.
good luck!
Mate, you're a fricking genius. Thank you!

I can now now have a massive laugh at Pompey's expense.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]retford just got this from sky site for you. Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings. 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box. 4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply. 5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button. 6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved. DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX! If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings): 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box. 3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on. 4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle. 5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice. 6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off. 7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box. 8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside. good luck![/p][/quote]Mate, you're a fricking genius. Thank you! I can now now have a massive laugh at Pompey's expense. St Retford

12:00am Sun 18 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Tirau Dan wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...
All the best to you St Ret.. I think your lad was on the nurse pull!! Good on him.
To be fair, the nurses were pretty spectacular and he's an especially cute child. If it ever goes to pot with the mother (and she's a Manure fan so it might) I'm going to be laughing.
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?[/p][/quote]Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...[/p][/quote]All the best to you St Ret.. I think your lad was on the nurse pull!! Good on him.[/p][/quote]To be fair, the nurses were pretty spectacular and he's an especially cute child. If it ever goes to pot with the mother (and she's a Manure fan so it might) I'm going to be laughing. St Retford

12:02am Sun 18 Nov 12

Norwegian Saint says...

Just watch match of the day...
I thought they were kind to show a few QPR attacks.
They also picked up on a poor Gazza performance but Hansen said we were brilliant and can't understand how we are down there.
Also, Harry was very coy on the QPR job.
Just in case you missed it earlier....

OH BOY, I'VE WAITED FOR THIS...

Bill Bailey...
Martin Clunes...
Liam Ridgewell...
Ade Edmundson...
Ken Bates...
Ferne Cotton...
Pete Doherty...
.........
.........
.........
"YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!"
Just watch match of the day... I thought they were kind to show a few QPR attacks. They also picked up on a poor Gazza performance but Hansen said we were brilliant and can't understand how we are down there. Also, Harry was very coy on the QPR job. Just in case you missed it earlier.... OH BOY, I'VE WAITED FOR THIS... Bill Bailey... Martin Clunes... Liam Ridgewell... Ade Edmundson... Ken Bates... Ferne Cotton... Pete Doherty... ......... ......... ......... "YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!" Norwegian Saint

12:02am Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

St Retford wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
retford just got this from sky site for you.

Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings.

1. Power the box off at the mains power supply.

3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box.

4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply.

5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button.

6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved.

DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX!
If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings):

1. Power the box off at the mains power supply.

2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box.

3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on.

4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle.

5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice.

6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off.

7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box.

8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved

hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside.
good luck!
Mate, you're a fricking genius. Thank you!

I can now now have a massive laugh at Pompey's expense.
lol and ha ha ha , titter titter and guffaw............ nice to be a saint eh ?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]retford just got this from sky site for you. Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings. 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box. 4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply. 5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button. 6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved. DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX! If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings): 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box. 3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on. 4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle. 5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice. 6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off. 7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box. 8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside. good luck![/p][/quote]Mate, you're a fricking genius. Thank you! I can now now have a massive laugh at Pompey's expense.[/p][/quote]lol and ha ha ha , titter titter and guffaw............ nice to be a saint eh ? slugger

12:10am Sun 18 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

St Retford wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
retford just got this from sky site for you. Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings. 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box. 4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply. 5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button. 6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved. DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX! If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings): 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box. 3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on. 4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle. 5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice. 6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off. 7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box. 8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside. good luck!
Mate, you're a fricking genius. Thank you! I can now now have a massive laugh at Pompey's expense.
pleased to have helped a fellow saint! my god the boys looked great on motd and great words from hansen after the game.
i think all saints fans should stay up untill sillyo`clock so we can have a huge laugh at poopey
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]retford just got this from sky site for you. Okay,carry out this procedure.Only do the second part if you have to because you will lose your recordings. 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 3. Locate the backup button on the front/top of the box. 4. Press and hold in the Backup button, and while doing this switch the box back on at the mains supply. 5. Continue to hold the Backup button after you have powered on, you should see within 60 seconds 3 more lights come on the front of the box? At this stage you can release the Backup button. 6. If you have 4 lights lit, it means the box is going through the forced download procedure. Leave for 15 minutes then try to see if your Issue is resolved. DONT DO THIS NEXT ONE UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TOO! YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF THE RECORDINGS ON YOUR BOX! If that fails then the next step will be a front panel reset (This will reformat the hard drive losing all saved recordings): 1. Power the box off at the mains power supply. 2. Locate the left and right arrow buttons either side of the select button on the front/top of the box. 3. Press and hold both the left and right arrow buttons in together, and while holding power the box back on and continue to hold the buttons after the red light comes back on. 4. Continue to hold the buttons, you should see within 60 seconds, the blue/green circle light in the centre of the box light up a full circle. 5. Let go the buttons then press select button on the box twice. 6. You should see the blue/green circle light moving anti-clockwise and the record and play lights in the centre flashing on/off. 7. Once the lights go off, the box will have rebooted and you will now only have the red standby light lit on the box. 8. If you can now wait 2 minutes before switching the box back on from standby to see if the fault has resolved hope this works. last time my box did this i had to change some of the resistors inside. good luck![/p][/quote]Mate, you're a fricking genius. Thank you! I can now now have a massive laugh at Pompey's expense.[/p][/quote]pleased to have helped a fellow saint! my god the boys looked great on motd and great words from hansen after the game. i think all saints fans should stay up untill sillyo`clock so we can have a huge laugh at poopey saintshorse101

12:10am Sun 18 Nov 12

Meribelsaint says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Just watch match of the day...
I thought they were kind to show a few QPR attacks.
They also picked up on a poor Gazza performance but Hansen said we were brilliant and can't understand how we are down there.
Also, Harry was very coy on the QPR job.
Just in case you missed it earlier....

OH BOY, I'VE WAITED FOR THIS...

Bill Bailey...
Martin Clunes...
Liam Ridgewell...
Ade Edmundson...
Ken Bates...
Ferne Cotton...
Pete Doherty...
.........
.........
.........
"YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!"
Me too. Quality post!
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Just watch match of the day... I thought they were kind to show a few QPR attacks. They also picked up on a poor Gazza performance but Hansen said we were brilliant and can't understand how we are down there. Also, Harry was very coy on the QPR job. Just in case you missed it earlier.... OH BOY, I'VE WAITED FOR THIS... Bill Bailey... Martin Clunes... Liam Ridgewell... Ade Edmundson... Ken Bates... Ferne Cotton... Pete Doherty... ......... ......... ......... "YOUR BOYS TOOK A HELL OF A BEATING.... ONE HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!!!"[/p][/quote]Me too. Quality post! Meribelsaint

12:14am Sun 18 Nov 12

Tirau Dan says...

St Retford wrote:
Tirau Dan wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?
Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...
All the best to you St Ret.. I think your lad was on the nurse pull!! Good on him.
To be fair, the nurses were pretty spectacular and he's an especially cute child. If it ever goes to pot with the mother (and she's a Manure fan so it might) I'm going to be laughing.
my poor bro in kent likes his saints but his mrs and kids are plastics for manure and pool... lol
They need a dose of laxitive in the sunday lunch bro!!! COYR
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]hope the little ones ok mate, worse thing in the world when your flesh and blood are ill. as for your sky do you have sky interweb? can you get skygo online?[/p][/quote]Cheers mate. To be fair he's spent the afternoon pottering around Wythenshawe Hospital in a nappy and a Saints top shouting "C'mon Wickie" at the nurses, who have no idea what he's on about. I think it really gave the lads the lift they needed...[/p][/quote]All the best to you St Ret.. I think your lad was on the nurse pull!! Good on him.[/p][/quote]To be fair, the nurses were pretty spectacular and he's an especially cute child. If it ever goes to pot with the mother (and she's a Manure fan so it might) I'm going to be laughing.[/p][/quote]my poor bro in kent likes his saints but his mrs and kids are plastics for manure and pool... lol They need a dose of laxitive in the sunday lunch bro!!! COYR Tirau Dan

12:26am Sun 18 Nov 12

Saint 2701 says...

See, No Danny Fox = success.

Onwards and upwards COYR!!!
See, No Danny Fox = success. Onwards and upwards COYR!!! Saint 2701

1:12am Sun 18 Nov 12

randre says...

pompey in spain wrote:
big fella,,or should that be small fella..GROW UP BABES!!.....angus yes i have pledged mate thats what proper fans do!!..and yes in your case you ought to feel inferior and when you were in trouble and in fact when you went down ,the day WBA beat us i danced like i never danced before on the beach and i dont mind taking it now but have a bit of class.!..the seed ,confucious.and 6 or 7 others on here get me every time same vein as you ...but with class!!
That's why you skates are rubbish supporters. I can't imagine celebrating losing a game because it sends another team down... You need to grow up.

Sorry, but Pompey are back well under our shadow. But also under the shadow of Brighton, Bournemouth, Eastleigh and Newport Isle of Wight.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: big fella,,or should that be small fella..GROW UP BABES!!.....angus yes i have pledged mate thats what proper fans do!!..and yes in your case you ought to feel inferior and when you were in trouble and in fact when you went down ,the day WBA beat us i danced like i never danced before on the beach and i dont mind taking it now but have a bit of class.!..the seed ,confucious.and 6 or 7 others on here get me every time same vein as you ...but with class!![/p][/quote]That's why you skates are rubbish supporters. I can't imagine celebrating losing a game because it sends another team down... You need to grow up. Sorry, but Pompey are back well under our shadow. But also under the shadow of Brighton, Bournemouth, Eastleigh and Newport Isle of Wight. randre

1:19am Sun 18 Nov 12

randre says...

kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Kunt, you really are. He stated his little boy was in hospital. You are a joke and a disgrace. I came on here to say how well the team plates today and how much better we look.

But I didn't expect to see little idiots like you.

Rant over....

Anyway, saints were superb today, the movement and passing were superb. Young Luke Shaw again looked superb.

The whole team did well today and I am so pleased, not even pimpy in Spain or kunt is going to ruin it..
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Kunt, you really are. He stated his little boy was in hospital. You are a joke and a disgrace. I came on here to say how well the team plates today and how much better we look. But I didn't expect to see little idiots like you. Rant over.... Anyway, saints were superb today, the movement and passing were superb. Young Luke Shaw again looked superb. The whole team did well today and I am so pleased, not even pimpy in Spain or kunt is going to ruin it.. randre

1:26am Sun 18 Nov 12

randre says...

randre wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Kunt, you really are. He stated his little boy was in hospital. You are a joke and a disgrace. I came on here to say how well the team plates today and how much better we look.

But I didn't expect to see little idiots like you.

Rant over....

Anyway, saints were superb today, the movement and passing were superb. Young Luke Shaw again looked superb.

The whole team did well today and I am so pleased, not even pimpy in Spain or kunt is going to ruin it..
"played" not plates!!!
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Kunt, you really are. He stated his little boy was in hospital. You are a joke and a disgrace. I came on here to say how well the team plates today and how much better we look. But I didn't expect to see little idiots like you. Rant over.... Anyway, saints were superb today, the movement and passing were superb. Young Luke Shaw again looked superb. The whole team did well today and I am so pleased, not even pimpy in Spain or kunt is going to ruin it..[/p][/quote]"played" not plates!!! randre

7:34am Sun 18 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

St Retford wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
kent141 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.
So are you numpty !!
Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now...














You're absolutely fecking terrible :(
lol ..... read and weep .
I might watch and laugh...
I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?
Get a tivo.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am bloody well gutted. I turned down tickets because my kid's not well and Since 9 o'clock this morning I've been is hospital with my little boy. I've just got home to find my Sky box has packed up so I can't even watch the highlights. Rupert Murdoch, you are a Grade A c@nt.[/p][/quote]So are you numpty !![/p][/quote]Are you staying up till 1 to watch your highlights with Manish and Steve Claridge? I don't want to ruin the game so if you don't want to know the result then look away now... You're absolutely fecking terrible :([/p][/quote]lol ..... read and weep .[/p][/quote]I might watch and laugh...[/p][/quote]I wish I could. Seriously, what do you do if the red light on the right of your Sky box refuses to turn green?[/p][/quote]Get a tivo. mack chinnon

7:35am Sun 18 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Come on the O,s
Come on the O,s mack chinnon

7:49am Sun 18 Nov 12

petethephantom says...

SnapperSaint wrote:
West Ender wrote:
If Puncheon played like this every week he would be on of the first names on the team sheet.
I agree I could not believe it was actually Puncheon today he was like a new signing...such positive runs forward, without losing the ball, and then excellent finishing to cap it all off...
i totally agree
but i am worried about the goalie ..... time for KD again me thinks

COYR from sydney oz 2am starts...
kinda screws you up for the next day but worth sleep deprevation
[quote][p][bold]SnapperSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]West Ender[/bold] wrote: If Puncheon played like this every week he would be on of the first names on the team sheet.[/p][/quote]I agree I could not believe it was actually Puncheon today he was like a new signing...such positive runs forward, without losing the ball, and then excellent finishing to cap it all off...[/p][/quote]i totally agree but i am worried about the goalie ..... time for KD again me thinks COYR from sydney oz 2am starts... kinda screws you up for the next day but worth sleep deprevation petethephantom

8:10am Sun 18 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

Saint 2701 wrote:
See, No Danny Fox = success.

Onwards and upwards COYR!!!
Oh. I thought he came on towards the end.
[quote][p][bold]Saint 2701[/bold] wrote: See, No Danny Fox = success. Onwards and upwards COYR!!![/p][/quote]Oh. I thought he came on towards the end. Rising_Son

8:22am Sun 18 Nov 12

randre says...

There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper! randre

8:24am Sun 18 Nov 12

randre says...

There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper! randre

8:46am Sun 18 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

On motd, punch looked heavily involved along with clyne. Asks the question does he need more motivation, playing against his old team even though on loan, or how or why was guly keeping him out of team?
Lambert has to start every game and starting 11 yesterday is probably our best, I haven't given up on hoiveld. New goalie, left back, and centre half a must in january. Definate outs are fox, boruc and sdr.
On motd, punch looked heavily involved along with clyne. Asks the question does he need more motivation, playing against his old team even though on loan, or how or why was guly keeping him out of team? Lambert has to start every game and starting 11 yesterday is probably our best, I haven't given up on hoiveld. New goalie, left back, and centre half a must in january. Definate outs are fox, boruc and sdr. ghk230473

9:39am Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
On motd, punch looked heavily involved along with clyne. Asks the question does he need more motivation, playing against his old team even though on loan, or how or why was guly keeping him out of team?
Lambert has to start every game and starting 11 yesterday is probably our best, I haven't given up on hoiveld. New goalie, left back, and centre half a must in january. Definate outs are fox, boruc and sdr.
Fair to say that Punch is reborn as a Saints player. Whatever was going on in his head last season seems sorted now and he is showing us what he is capable of.
If Gazza can learn from is errors, he can turn out to be the real deal.
Fox looks like he could be great as an impact player, but I tend to agree that he'll want away. Shaw has made the position his.
Some good solid business in January, and I think we'll be ok.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: On motd, punch looked heavily involved along with clyne. Asks the question does he need more motivation, playing against his old team even though on loan, or how or why was guly keeping him out of team? Lambert has to start every game and starting 11 yesterday is probably our best, I haven't given up on hoiveld. New goalie, left back, and centre half a must in january. Definate outs are fox, boruc and sdr.[/p][/quote]Fair to say that Punch is reborn as a Saints player. Whatever was going on in his head last season seems sorted now and he is showing us what he is capable of. If Gazza can learn from is errors, he can turn out to be the real deal. Fox looks like he could be great as an impact player, but I tend to agree that he'll want away. Shaw has made the position his. Some good solid business in January, and I think we'll be ok. Baddesley Bill

9:41am Sun 18 Nov 12

costa gaz says...

Ramirez gets better with every game, Luke shaw looks very comfortable and could save us a few mil come January.
But for me, Jack Cork is making the difference at the moment.
The defence seem to have a bit more confidence when Cork is on the pitch.
Ramirez gets better with every game, Luke shaw looks very comfortable and could save us a few mil come January. But for me, Jack Cork is making the difference at the moment. The defence seem to have a bit more confidence when Cork is on the pitch. costa gaz

9:52am Sun 18 Nov 12

Saintsteve7 says...

Puncheon for me is starting to show why so many managers have wanted him. He is one of those players who seems to rise to the big occasion and regardless of any issues with his ego he obviously felt he belonged in the premier league and just couldn't motivate himself often enough in the lower leagues.

His partnership and understanding with Clyne (a fellow Londoner) has also helped him settle into a good rythym on that right side. He is surely now one of the first names on the team sheet which, when you think of the issues he's had at the club, is a remarkable turnaround and long may it continue!!
Puncheon for me is starting to show why so many managers have wanted him. He is one of those players who seems to rise to the big occasion and regardless of any issues with his ego he obviously felt he belonged in the premier league and just couldn't motivate himself often enough in the lower leagues. His partnership and understanding with Clyne (a fellow Londoner) has also helped him settle into a good rythym on that right side. He is surely now one of the first names on the team sheet which, when you think of the issues he's had at the club, is a remarkable turnaround and long may it continue!! Saintsteve7

10:02am Sun 18 Nov 12

kent141 says...

2 wins against the other hopeless teams at the bottom of the table is not good enough.
Taxi for Adkins now
2 wins against the other hopeless teams at the bottom of the table is not good enough. Taxi for Adkins now kent141

10:09am Sun 18 Nov 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Another very hoarse happy clapper here.
I went to the game with my family, had a chance meet up with REDARMY1.

(GREAT SAINTS SUPPORTER).

Had a great time watching the best Saints display since last November.
The football was pacy the boys were first into the tackle.(SPIDER and JACK CORK ) were immense.

I have been a big critic of Jason Puncheon. I make no apology for this,that said, his performance yesterday is the best I have ever seen from him.
I just hope it was not just to wind up Hughes, cos he let him go.
We want this effort every week.

Rickie was great again, battered and bruised for the cause.
Lallana had his best game.
Overall a real feel good performance.
On we go.
BRING ON NEWCASTLE

COYS.
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Another very hoarse happy clapper here. I went to the game with my family, had a chance meet up with REDARMY1. (GREAT SAINTS SUPPORTER). Had a great time watching the best Saints display since last November. The football was pacy the boys were first into the tackle.(SPIDER and JACK CORK ) were immense. I have been a big critic of Jason Puncheon. I make no apology for this,that said, his performance yesterday is the best I have ever seen from him. I just hope it was not just to wind up Hughes, cos he let him go. We want this effort every week. Rickie was great again, battered and bruised for the cause. Lallana had his best game. Overall a real feel good performance. On we go. BRING ON NEWCASTLE COYS. SFCOLDBOY

10:11am Sun 18 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Poor old Kent.

Are you still claiming to be a Saints supporter? Tell me, were you at the game yesterday? What pie did you have this time?
Poor old Kent. Are you still claiming to be a Saints supporter? Tell me, were you at the game yesterday? What pie did you have this time? Velleity

10:15am Sun 18 Nov 12

Velleity says...

I think one of the bigger impacts on our last two performances has been the return of Jack Cork. He's utterly tireless and manages to support both the attacking and defensive phases of midfield with equal ability. He doesn't stand out obviously when he's on the pitch but he contributes all the time.

Considering he's still on the young side (aren't they all?), I can't wait to follow him as he improves yet further.
I think one of the bigger impacts on our last two performances has been the return of Jack Cork. He's utterly tireless and manages to support both the attacking and defensive phases of midfield with equal ability. He doesn't stand out obviously when he's on the pitch but he contributes all the time. Considering he's still on the young side (aren't they all?), I can't wait to follow him as he improves yet further. Velleity

10:24am Sun 18 Nov 12

St Forlife says...

Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win?

Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion.

Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific.

But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club.

If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters

Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies
Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win? Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion. Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific. But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club. If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies St Forlife

10:33am Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

St Forlife wrote:
Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win?

Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion.

Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific.

But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club.

If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters

Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies
That
[quote][p][bold]St Forlife[/bold] wrote: Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win? Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion. Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific. But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club. If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies[/p][/quote]That Baddesley Bill

10:44am Sun 18 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

The loyal, patient fans who could see the wood for the trees are being rewarded for their support & faith.

We are on the up.

Can't wait for next Sunday - COYR!
The loyal, patient fans who could see the wood for the trees are being rewarded for their support & faith. We are on the up. Can't wait for next Sunday - COYR! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ

10:44am Sun 18 Nov 12

Barcelona Saint says...

costa gaz wrote:
Ramirez gets better with every game, Luke shaw looks very comfortable and could save us a few mil come January.
But for me, Jack Cork is making the difference at the moment.
The defence seem to have a bit more confidence when Cork is on the pitch.
And when Guly is not on it. We have played better without him tbh.
Great win yesterday.

I reckon we can beat Newcastle next week. They haven't won in 4 games and it's ours for the taking especially as Pardew comes back!
COYR!
[quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: Ramirez gets better with every game, Luke shaw looks very comfortable and could save us a few mil come January. But for me, Jack Cork is making the difference at the moment. The defence seem to have a bit more confidence when Cork is on the pitch.[/p][/quote]And when Guly is not on it. We have played better without him tbh. Great win yesterday. I reckon we can beat Newcastle next week. They haven't won in 4 games and it's ours for the taking especially as Pardew comes back! COYR! Barcelona Saint

10:58am Sun 18 Nov 12

Saintsteve7 says...

St Forlife wrote:
Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win?

Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion.

Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific.

But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club.

If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters

Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies
Thank you sir! Summed up everything I wanted to say.
[quote][p][bold]St Forlife[/bold] wrote: Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win? Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion. Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific. But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club. If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies[/p][/quote]Thank you sir! Summed up everything I wanted to say. Saintsteve7

11:18am Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering.

These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter.

NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through.

Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours!
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering. These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter. NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through. Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours! Bring back Branfoot

11:25am Sun 18 Nov 12

promised land says...

Velleity wrote:
Poor old Kent.

Are you still claiming to be a Saints supporter? Tell me, were you at the game yesterday? What pie did you have this time?
Humble pie ? But I'm guessing custard pie (in the face) the guy is a total clown with a big chip on his shoulder.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Poor old Kent. Are you still claiming to be a Saints supporter? Tell me, were you at the game yesterday? What pie did you have this time?[/p][/quote]Humble pie ? But I'm guessing custard pie (in the face) the guy is a total clown with a big chip on his shoulder. promised land

11:25am Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering.

These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter.

NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through.

Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours!
well said kent
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering. These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter. NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through. Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours![/p][/quote]well said kent Force14

11:33am Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

St Forlife wrote:
Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win?

Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion.

Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific.

But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club.

If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters

Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies
Sadkins must have wrote this himself, calling himself st forlife is rather amusing....
[quote][p][bold]St Forlife[/bold] wrote: Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win? Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion. Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific. But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club. If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies[/p][/quote]Sadkins must have wrote this himself, calling himself st forlife is rather amusing.... Force14

11:37am Sun 18 Nov 12

promised land says...

Force14 wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering.

These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter.

NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through.

Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours!
well said kent
Hello "Black Knight" I just made a comment about clowns and then you turn up.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering. These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter. NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through. Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours![/p][/quote]well said kent[/p][/quote]Hello "Black Knight" I just made a comment about clowns and then you turn up. promised land

11:40am Sun 18 Nov 12

Norwegian Saint says...

Summing up...

Saint v QPR = 250 quotes (so far)
Poopey v Donny = 1 quote. (One!)

More Poopey fans quoted on here than the newshite, no wonder they are a team in free fall with fans that would rather quote on a rivals website...
Priceless!
Summing up... Saint v QPR = 250 quotes (so far) Poopey v Donny = 1 quote. (One!) More Poopey fans quoted on here than the newshite, no wonder they are a team in free fall with fans that would rather quote on a rivals website... Priceless! Norwegian Saint

11:41am Sun 18 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Force14 wrote:
St Forlife wrote:
Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win?

Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion.

Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific.

But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club.

If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters

Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies
Sadkins must have wrote this himself, calling himself st forlife is rather amusing....
Zero points from eighteen and you're on here having a go at us? Deluded.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Forlife[/bold] wrote: Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win? Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion. Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific. But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club. If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies[/p][/quote]Sadkins must have wrote this himself, calling himself st forlife is rather amusing....[/p][/quote]Zero points from eighteen and you're on here having a go at us? Deluded. Velleity

11:41am Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
win lose or draw, 10 more years for Nigel, one of the great Saints mangers along with Bates and Laurie M.
That has to be comment of the day...
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: win lose or draw, 10 more years for Nigel, one of the great Saints mangers along with Bates and Laurie M.[/p][/quote]That has to be comment of the day... Force14

11:44am Sun 18 Nov 12

up saints says...

i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team.
i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team. up saints

11:45am Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

promised land wrote:
Force14 wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering.

These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter.

NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through.

Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours!
well said kent
Hello "Black Knight" I just made a comment about clowns and then you turn up.
Oh drat! I missed one of your pearls of wisdom! Please excuse the tardiness, but some of us were giving our blue friends over at the news some tough love! Although it didn't really go down to well. Hey ho! They seem to be in a bit of a state, I'm sure they'd enjoy the pleasure of your company!
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering. These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter. NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through. Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours![/p][/quote]well said kent[/p][/quote]Hello "Black Knight" I just made a comment about clowns and then you turn up.[/p][/quote]Oh drat! I missed one of your pearls of wisdom! Please excuse the tardiness, but some of us were giving our blue friends over at the news some tough love! Although it didn't really go down to well. Hey ho! They seem to be in a bit of a state, I'm sure they'd enjoy the pleasure of your company! Bring back Branfoot

11:50am Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

up saints wrote:
i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team.
Well said! Yes, Gazza should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game. As long as the others score more then he lets in, we'll be ok. Thank you up saints, for that complex mathematical equation, put into layman's terms for the arithmetically challenged amongst us.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team.[/p][/quote]Well said! Yes, Gazza should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game. As long as the others score more then he lets in, we'll be ok. Thank you up saints, for that complex mathematical equation, put into layman's terms for the arithmetically challenged amongst us. Bring back Branfoot

11:51am Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero... Force14

11:56am Sun 18 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Come on Orient.
Come on Orient. mack chinnon

11:58am Sun 18 Nov 12

promised land says...

Force14 wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...
They are outside guy whittinghams house clapping him cos he's the new hero
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...[/p][/quote]They are outside guy whittinghams house clapping him cos he's the new hero promised land

12:03pm Sun 18 Nov 12

thehoggsback says...

Force14 wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...
F*** o** and die you skate c***
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...[/p][/quote]F*** o** and die you skate c*** thehoggsback

12:07pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

promised land wrote:
Force14 wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...
They are outside guy whittinghams house clapping him cos he's the new hero
I love Sadkins post match interview praising the fans.... It bought tears to my eyes
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...[/p][/quote]They are outside guy whittinghams house clapping him cos he's the new hero[/p][/quote]I love Sadkins post match interview praising the fans.... It bought tears to my eyes Force14

12:12pm Sun 18 Nov 12

up saints says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
up saints wrote:
i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team.
Well said! Yes, Gazza should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game. As long as the others score more then he lets in, we'll be ok. Thank you up saints, for that complex mathematical equation, put into layman's terms for the arithmetically challenged amongst us.
think you need to read before you comment i said.yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 thats ok with me.you said should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game.not the same in my eyes
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team.[/p][/quote]Well said! Yes, Gazza should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game. As long as the others score more then he lets in, we'll be ok. Thank you up saints, for that complex mathematical equation, put into layman's terms for the arithmetically challenged amongst us.[/p][/quote]think you need to read before you comment i said.yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 thats ok with me.you said should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game.not the same in my eyes up saints

12:14pm Sun 18 Nov 12

promised land says...

Force14 wrote:
promised land wrote:
Force14 wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...
They are outside guy whittinghams house clapping him cos he's the new hero
I love Sadkins post match interview praising the fans.... It bought tears to my eyes
Tears to the eyes ? What because we have surpassed your small few not that we were ever behind your deluded imaginations.
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Keep on happy clapping randie... i bet you and a few others are camped outside sadkins house now clapping and singing in hope of a glimpse of your hero...[/p][/quote]They are outside guy whittinghams house clapping him cos he's the new hero[/p][/quote]I love Sadkins post match interview praising the fans.... It bought tears to my eyes[/p][/quote]Tears to the eyes ? What because we have surpassed your small few not that we were ever behind your deluded imaginations. promised land

12:19pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

up saints wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
up saints wrote:
i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team.
Well said! Yes, Gazza should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game. As long as the others score more then he lets in, we'll be ok. Thank you up saints, for that complex mathematical equation, put into layman's terms for the arithmetically challenged amongst us.
think you need to read before you comment i said.yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 thats ok with me.you said should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game.not the same in my eyes
No please, don't dazzle me with your mathematical wizardry. I apologize for not grasping your special formula, I was wrestling with the figures, but alas, was to hasty in commenting. Again, sincere apologies, Ms Vorderman.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: i remember people on this site saying we needed 6 players come jan.most were moaning about the defence.luke shaw has made the diference.also hats off to yosh and fonte.gazza has made the difference for me, yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 the other end thats ok with me. could also add the work engine of punch clyne and llalana better just round off by saying good all round depth in the team.[/p][/quote]Well said! Yes, Gazza should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game. As long as the others score more then he lets in, we'll be ok. Thank you up saints, for that complex mathematical equation, put into layman's terms for the arithmetically challenged amongst us.[/p][/quote]think you need to read before you comment i said.yes ok if he makes one error a game and we bang in 3 thats ok with me.you said should be allowed to drop the odd clanger or two a game.not the same in my eyes[/p][/quote]No please, don't dazzle me with your mathematical wizardry. I apologize for not grasping your special formula, I was wrestling with the figures, but alas, was to hasty in commenting. Again, sincere apologies, Ms Vorderman. Bring back Branfoot

12:26pm Sun 18 Nov 12

the third hardest man in sholing says...

After watching MOTD I was impressed with the Clyne and Punch partnership. I think Clyne is potentially a future England player , he is so quick and slides in with well timed tackles. . a proper defender. The result and performance was a real confidence boost for the whole club . The majority of fans have backed the manager and got behind the team which is so important because this is going to be a tough season regardless of yesterday. I think we can survive and prosper at this level but I think the players are on a steep learning curve with plenty of ups and downs to come but hey ho we are all feeling a lot more cheery on this sunny Sunday.
After watching MOTD I was impressed with the Clyne and Punch partnership. I think Clyne is potentially a future England player , he is so quick and slides in with well timed tackles. . a proper defender. The result and performance was a real confidence boost for the whole club . The majority of fans have backed the manager and got behind the team which is so important because this is going to be a tough season regardless of yesterday. I think we can survive and prosper at this level but I think the players are on a steep learning curve with plenty of ups and downs to come but hey ho we are all feeling a lot more cheery on this sunny Sunday. the third hardest man in sholing

12:27pm Sun 18 Nov 12

up saints says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Summing up...

Saint v QPR = 250 quotes (so far)
Poopey v Donny = 1 quote. (One!)

More Poopey fans quoted on here than the newshite, no wonder they are a team in free fall with fans that would rather quote on a rivals website...
Priceless!
thats because it's far more important to them to see any little errors , flaws in our team than support a sunken ship.sad and priceless
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Summing up... Saint v QPR = 250 quotes (so far) Poopey v Donny = 1 quote. (One!) More Poopey fans quoted on here than the newshite, no wonder they are a team in free fall with fans that would rather quote on a rivals website... Priceless![/p][/quote]thats because it's far more important to them to see any little errors , flaws in our team than support a sunken ship.sad and priceless up saints

12:28pm Sun 18 Nov 12

southwest saint says...

holburyhalo wrote:
Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.
Couldn't agree more. I was at work and listened to the radio. They gave a report from Loftus road and while they were doing this a massive cheer went up I thought QPR had scored but no these were the traveling saints fans. Brilliant!
[quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.[/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more. I was at work and listened to the radio. They gave a report from Loftus road and while they were doing this a massive cheer went up I thought QPR had scored but no these were the traveling saints fans. Brilliant! southwest saint

12:30pm Sun 18 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

My opinion is that Nigel was waiting for Cork to find full fitness as the player in front of the defence.
This releases Spider to move forward.
The players behind Cork see him moving to stop attacks and get time to form up.
This isn't a new tactic, teams have had a defensive midfielder for ever since football started. The only difference is that Spider doesn't fit the mould and Cork does.
This makes us look stronger defensively and will add to backbone of the team.
From now till the end of the season we the fans will see an improvement and not now be so desparate for a new CB in Jan. I still feel that another CB would be a good idea as long as he is better than what we already have.
The goalkeeper position is still open to debate, I saw Gazza playing for Gillingham and thought he was exactly what we wanted. Not so sure about some of his errors and he needs protection in front of him and a clean sheet for confidence. Two other keepers to call on and both experienced at a high level. Not a bad situation, and should with training lead to a good resolution.
Support the Saints......I know I do.
My opinion is that Nigel was waiting for Cork to find full fitness as the player in front of the defence. This releases Spider to move forward. The players behind Cork see him moving to stop attacks and get time to form up. This isn't a new tactic, teams have had a defensive midfielder for ever since football started. The only difference is that Spider doesn't fit the mould and Cork does. This makes us look stronger defensively and will add to backbone of the team. From now till the end of the season we the fans will see an improvement and not now be so desparate for a new CB in Jan. I still feel that another CB would be a good idea as long as he is better than what we already have. The goalkeeper position is still open to debate, I saw Gazza playing for Gillingham and thought he was exactly what we wanted. Not so sure about some of his errors and he needs protection in front of him and a clean sheet for confidence. Two other keepers to call on and both experienced at a high level. Not a bad situation, and should with training lead to a good resolution. Support the Saints......I know I do. dadofmy3sons

12:32pm Sun 18 Nov 12

southwest saint says...

Over the last few seasons we have had a great goalkeeper who has served the club brilliantly which has given us great stability. Is it possible that the defensive problems we have had this year have come from inconsistent goalkeeping because that must affect the whole team?
A goalkeeping error cost us two points last week when we should have had a clean sheet and if we were playing a better team yesterday you could see us conceding more goals with the current keeper. The defense is on edge all the time. He hasn't come for crosses and has also like yesterday been caught hopelessly out of position. we should have had another clean sheet yesterday. That was a really soft goal to give away and at a crucial time. Great how we pushed forward yesterday because I feared the worst after we conceded. I think 0-2 at half time was a defining time of the season. This was a our big chance to win away so when we conceded when we did I thought we would do well to get a draw. But they went on not to collapse but to dominate the game. Fortunately we were playing QPR who played with very little spirit.

Two wins and two clean sheets would have done wonders for confidence.

We have played three keepers in 12 games and we have had the incident with our Polish keeper on his home debut all very unsettling for the whole team.
I think we should bring Kelvin Davis back, can't think why he was ever dropped. He is short of match practice but he is consistent and brings stability to the rest of the team.

We play like no other team in the premier. Who else passes and moves as we did yesterday? It was great to watch. Plus we have shown we can dominate even the very big teams with this way of playing.
This is the Nigel Adkins way of playing so for that reason I am still a fan and think he deserves to stay. The way we can play reminds me of the way we played under Lawrie Mac.which were our most successful seasons. The thing is though it is very hard to maintain that movement for 90 minutes so we need a plan B and a solid defense.

Even with our bad start we are so nearly there.


Bring back Kelvin Davis
Over the last few seasons we have had a great goalkeeper who has served the club brilliantly which has given us great stability. Is it possible that the defensive problems we have had this year have come from inconsistent goalkeeping because that must affect the whole team? A goalkeeping error cost us two points last week when we should have had a clean sheet and if we were playing a better team yesterday you could see us conceding more goals with the current keeper. The defense is on edge all the time. He hasn't come for crosses and has also like yesterday been caught hopelessly out of position. we should have had another clean sheet yesterday. That was a really soft goal to give away and at a crucial time. Great how we pushed forward yesterday because I feared the worst after we conceded. I think 0-2 at half time was a defining time of the season. This was a our big chance to win away so when we conceded when we did I thought we would do well to get a draw. But they went on not to collapse but to dominate the game. Fortunately we were playing QPR who played with very little spirit. Two wins and two clean sheets would have done wonders for confidence. We have played three keepers in 12 games and we have had the incident with our Polish keeper on his home debut all very unsettling for the whole team. I think we should bring Kelvin Davis back, can't think why he was ever dropped. He is short of match practice but he is consistent and brings stability to the rest of the team. We play like no other team in the premier. Who else passes and moves as we did yesterday? It was great to watch. Plus we have shown we can dominate even the very big teams with this way of playing. This is the Nigel Adkins way of playing so for that reason I am still a fan and think he deserves to stay. The way we can play reminds me of the way we played under Lawrie Mac.which were our most successful seasons. The thing is though it is very hard to maintain that movement for 90 minutes so we need a plan B and a solid defense. Even with our bad start we are so nearly there. Bring back Kelvin Davis southwest saint

12:44pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Thornhill Saint says...

Barcelona Saint wrote:
costa gaz wrote:
Ramirez gets better with every game, Luke shaw looks very comfortable and could save us a few mil come January.
But for me, Jack Cork is making the difference at the moment.
The defence seem to have a bit more confidence when Cork is on the pitch.
And when Guly is not on it. We have played better without him tbh.
Great win yesterday.

I reckon we can beat Newcastle next week. They haven't won in 4 games and it's ours for the taking especially as Pardew comes back!
COYR!
Whether it is Guly or Chaplow we have played better when we have stopped subbing our forward line (Puncheon normally) to go defensive, unnecassarily disrupting our memomentum. We took it too them until the final whistle!

We have also stopped playing Rodriguez with Lambert, and are starting with Shaw instead of Fox. Puncheon and Lallana have made a point of tracking back (See Puncheon's post match comments) and supporting the back 4.

Cork has been outstanding, and Schniederlin has done a good job sitting in front of the back four when needed and we have started shutting down the flanks (Big Dave must be pleased).

Gazzaniga was voted best keeper recently, not without good reason. He does make sily mistakes, but aprt from those, he looks good.

We saw the winds of change at Swansea (Those that watched more than the MOTD highlights) and were solid against QPR which fantastic forward play we all know the team is capable of. The future is bright!!!

Really looking forward to Newcastle. Could be a good time to play them.

Pardew should get a good reception though he should drop the TEBOURAH alias. The drastic drop in Newcastle's form has really happened since he started posting on here other day. This can not be a coincidence. Still keep posting until the weekend at least. Would love to see a 4-1 thrashing of Newcastle!!
[quote][p][bold]Barcelona Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: Ramirez gets better with every game, Luke shaw looks very comfortable and could save us a few mil come January. But for me, Jack Cork is making the difference at the moment. The defence seem to have a bit more confidence when Cork is on the pitch.[/p][/quote]And when Guly is not on it. We have played better without him tbh. Great win yesterday. I reckon we can beat Newcastle next week. They haven't won in 4 games and it's ours for the taking especially as Pardew comes back! COYR![/p][/quote]Whether it is Guly or Chaplow we have played better when we have stopped subbing our forward line (Puncheon normally) to go defensive, unnecassarily disrupting our memomentum. We took it too them until the final whistle! We have also stopped playing Rodriguez with Lambert, and are starting with Shaw instead of Fox. Puncheon and Lallana have made a point of tracking back (See Puncheon's post match comments) and supporting the back 4. Cork has been outstanding, and Schniederlin has done a good job sitting in front of the back four when needed and we have started shutting down the flanks (Big Dave must be pleased). Gazzaniga was voted best keeper recently, not without good reason. He does make sily mistakes, but aprt from those, he looks good. We saw the winds of change at Swansea (Those that watched more than the MOTD highlights) and were solid against QPR which fantastic forward play we all know the team is capable of. The future is bright!!! Really looking forward to Newcastle. Could be a good time to play them. Pardew should get a good reception though he should drop the TEBOURAH alias. The drastic drop in Newcastle's form has really happened since he started posting on here other day. This can not be a coincidence. Still keep posting until the weekend at least. Would love to see a 4-1 thrashing of Newcastle!! Thornhill Saint

1:05pm Sun 18 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits. More Glory

1:20pm Sun 18 Nov 12

randre says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering.

These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter.

NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through.

Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours!
Ok, look at Blackburn last year, no support.... Look at QPR this year... Same. Both teams struggling.

Nine of us said things were perfect, but the real supporters do their bit. I'm fed up with our club swapping manager as soon as the going gets tough, it's failed on so many occasions.

You say what you like, but the majority of supporters have been great, if I sit near you and you start complaining and booing the team I will give you a piece of my mind. We have been given some great football, as a Southampton supporter I am used to rallying around and supporting, remember the days at the Dell?

If you want to have a go at me and other fans who do their best to give the team a lift then you are a poor supporter and it makes me wonder if you do actually want the same thing.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering. These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter. NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through. Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours![/p][/quote]Ok, look at Blackburn last year, no support.... Look at QPR this year... Same. Both teams struggling. Nine of us said things were perfect, but the real supporters do their bit. I'm fed up with our club swapping manager as soon as the going gets tough, it's failed on so many occasions. You say what you like, but the majority of supporters have been great, if I sit near you and you start complaining and booing the team I will give you a piece of my mind. We have been given some great football, as a Southampton supporter I am used to rallying around and supporting, remember the days at the Dell? If you want to have a go at me and other fans who do their best to give the team a lift then you are a poor supporter and it makes me wonder if you do actually want the same thing. randre

1:32pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT circa 66 saint

1:36pm Sun 18 Nov 12

More Glory says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
More Glory wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT
cica 66. 67 or whatever. I think you are one of my favourites on here. kiss n cuddles. I'm really sorry if I omitted you from my list the other day.
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT[/p][/quote]cica 66. 67 or whatever. I think you are one of my favourites on here. kiss n cuddles. I'm really sorry if I omitted you from my list the other day. More Glory

1:36pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

randre, people like you are the backbone of the club. What you say about us not wanting to keep changing managers, is spot on. On the one hand I greatly respect both the patience and loyalty of fans like yourself, easily some of the best in the country. On the other hand, I get frustrated when I see the manager do things, that to me at least, seem nutty.

I wish I had the confidence in Adkins that you had. We play some sublime football when we play more direct balls in the in the final third. Pretty football without an end result is quite literally, pointless. I hope we play like we did yesterday against Newcastle.

And by the way, you have every right to give a complaining fan like myself a piece of your mind. More power to you!
randre, people like you are the backbone of the club. What you say about us not wanting to keep changing managers, is spot on. On the one hand I greatly respect both the patience and loyalty of fans like yourself, easily some of the best in the country. On the other hand, I get frustrated when I see the manager do things, that to me at least, seem nutty. I wish I had the confidence in Adkins that you had. We play some sublime football when we play more direct balls in the in the final third. Pretty football without an end result is quite literally, pointless. I hope we play like we did yesterday against Newcastle. And by the way, you have every right to give a complaining fan like myself a piece of your mind. More power to you! Bring back Branfoot

1:47pm Sun 18 Nov 12

randre says...

randre wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
randre wrote:
There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident.

As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness.

The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper!
Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering.

These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter.

NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through.

Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours!
Ok, look at Blackburn last year, no support.... Look at QPR this year... Same. Both teams struggling.

Nine of us said things were perfect, but the real supporters do their bit. I'm fed up with our club swapping manager as soon as the going gets tough, it's failed on so many occasions.

You say what you like, but the majority of supporters have been great, if I sit near you and you start complaining and booing the team I will give you a piece of my mind. We have been given some great football, as a Southampton supporter I am used to rallying around and supporting, remember the days at the Dell?

If you want to have a go at me and other fans who do their best to give the team a lift then you are a poor supporter and it makes me wonder if you do actually want the same thing.
none... Not nine!!!
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: There is one thing about our win yesterday that I believe is a huge indicator to how our season may go. The fact that we conceded a goal early in the second half made me worry, however the team didn't. The way they passed the ball around and still controlled vast phases of the game and didn't panic tells me they are getting a mental toughness. The team shape and togetherness was so evident. As with QPR, the fans were not supportive of Hughes. Saints supporters have remained right behind Adkins and the team, I believe this has made a huge difference for the team spirit and togetherness. The majority of our fans are truly superb, it is at times like this I can see the benefit of giving real support. For the minority doom merchants, we are better off without you. If being a "happy clapper" means we have a togetherness that helps in bo small part to breed confidence within our manager and team, then I'm delighted to be a happy clapper![/p][/quote]Oh randre! You poor deluded thing. We all want Saints to win, but some of us don't feel the need to clap like performing seals, when the manager & the players aren't delivering. These so called "happy clappers" that you so proudly proclaim to be a part of have every right to clap poor performances, whether it helps the club, is another matter. NA had made some poor decisions, by constantly singing his name is merely saying to him, we approve of you not sorting out the defense, trying 3 different GKs in the first 6 games & encouraging the team, in the final third, to hold on to the ball way to long, instead of playing sb through. Remember, at the end of the day we all want the same thing, a successful club, think of that when you round on us, your brethren, with that acid tongue of yours![/p][/quote]Ok, look at Blackburn last year, no support.... Look at QPR this year... Same. Both teams struggling. Nine of us said things were perfect, but the real supporters do their bit. I'm fed up with our club swapping manager as soon as the going gets tough, it's failed on so many occasions. You say what you like, but the majority of supporters have been great, if I sit near you and you start complaining and booing the team I will give you a piece of my mind. We have been given some great football, as a Southampton supporter I am used to rallying around and supporting, remember the days at the Dell? If you want to have a go at me and other fans who do their best to give the team a lift then you are a poor supporter and it makes me wonder if you do actually want the same thing.[/p][/quote]none... Not nine!!! randre

2:15pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
EXTREMELY IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]EXTREMELY IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT circa 66 saint

2:23pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day!

Skunt = ignorant tw4t!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t! Strasbourg Saint

2:25pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Forlife wrote:
Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win?

Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion.

Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific.

But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club.

If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters

Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies
Post of the weekend by a country mile.

Brilliant post from someone at the match. Wish I could have been there, too.
[quote][p][bold]St Forlife[/bold] wrote: Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win? Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion. Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific. But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club. If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies[/p][/quote]Post of the weekend by a country mile. Brilliant post from someone at the match. Wish I could have been there, too. Strasbourg Saint

2:38pm Sun 18 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day!

Skunt = ignorant tw4t!
tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t![/p][/quote]tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are saintkenny

2:42pm Sun 18 Nov 12

promised land says...

At least we have fans to leave the ground early. Compared to odd few turning up at the shed
At least we have fans to leave the ground early. Compared to odd few turning up at the shed promised land

2:45pm Sun 18 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

saintkenny wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day!

Skunt = ignorant tw4t!
tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are
and where is the sun tan he is as white as a ghost .did you not watch mod .also your last to bosses were tannned but not because of the sun ,because they were both browned off with your shocking football .heading for league 2 or more likley oblivion,another poxy 11.000 pack the park .why are you so interestesd in southamton,is this the portsmouth news.we dont care what any hapless skunt says
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t![/p][/quote]tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are[/p][/quote]and where is the sun tan he is as white as a ghost .did you not watch mod .also your last to bosses were tannned but not because of the sun ,because they were both browned off with your shocking football .heading for league 2 or more likley oblivion,another poxy 11.000 pack the park .why are you so interestesd in southamton,is this the portsmouth news.we dont care what any hapless skunt says saintkenny

2:48pm Sun 18 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

saintkenny wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day!

Skunt = ignorant tw4t!
tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are
i missed brian on there ,but i dont read all skates .only the premier league fans comments
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t![/p][/quote]tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are[/p][/quote]i missed brian on there ,but i dont read all skates .only the premier league fans comments saintkenny

2:50pm Sun 18 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

honk honk !! Taxi for orange head
honk honk !! Taxi for orange head scooter75

2:50pm Sun 18 Nov 12

SAINTROSCOE says...

where are the saints fans with any sense like pete the phantom &south west saint?Have been a saints fan for many yearsincluding living abroad & following on saints player&always read these posts.

We beat a dire dire dire bottom of the table team yesterday& stillconceded thanks to an inexperienced 20 year old keeper from Gillingham who cost us the win againstSwansea.

Why in the recent poll did Saints fans vote for Gazza over Kelvin Davis?


What has Kelvin done to be treated so shabbily?Yes he was in goal aganst the top teams we played at the beginning.Surely us fans expectedto lose against such teams

Ifwe had played any other team yesterday we would have got a draw or more likely lost the game.

Bring back Kelvin & we might have a chance to stay in this league & dont forget who helped us get here.

Welldone Puncheon&the rest of the lads& allthe wonderful travellingsupporters
-youare amazing
Apologies for long post.
where are the saints fans with any sense like pete the phantom &south west saint?Have been a saints fan for many yearsincluding living abroad & following on saints player&always read these posts. We beat a dire dire dire bottom of the table team yesterday& stillconceded thanks to an inexperienced 20 year old keeper from Gillingham who cost us the win againstSwansea. Why in the recent poll did Saints fans vote for Gazza over Kelvin Davis? What has Kelvin done to be treated so shabbily?Yes he was in goal aganst the top teams we played at the beginning.Surely us fans expectedto lose against such teams Ifwe had played any other team yesterday we would have got a draw or more likely lost the game. Bring back Kelvin & we might have a chance to stay in this league & dont forget who helped us get here. Welldone Puncheon&the rest of the lads& allthe wonderful travellingsupporters -youare amazing Apologies for long post. SAINTROSCOE

2:54pm Sun 18 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about. saintshorse101

2:57pm Sun 18 Nov 12

up saints says...

SAINTROSCOE wrote:
where are the saints fans with any sense like pete the phantom &south west saint?Have been a saints fan for many yearsincluding living abroad & following on saints player&always read these posts.

We beat a dire dire dire bottom of the table team yesterday& stillconceded thanks to an inexperienced 20 year old keeper from Gillingham who cost us the win againstSwansea.

Why in the recent poll did Saints fans vote for Gazza over Kelvin Davis?


What has Kelvin done to be treated so shabbily?Yes he was in goal aganst the top teams we played at the beginning.Surely us fans expectedto lose against such teams

Ifwe had played any other team yesterday we would have got a draw or more likely lost the game.

Bring back Kelvin & we might have a chance to stay in this league & dont forget who helped us get here.

Welldone Puncheon&the rest of the lads& allthe wonderful travellingsupporters

-youare amazing
Apologies for long post.
if we beat newcastle next week with the same team what will you say then as don;t expect any changes
[quote][p][bold]SAINTROSCOE[/bold] wrote: where are the saints fans with any sense like pete the phantom &south west saint?Have been a saints fan for many yearsincluding living abroad & following on saints player&always read these posts. We beat a dire dire dire bottom of the table team yesterday& stillconceded thanks to an inexperienced 20 year old keeper from Gillingham who cost us the win againstSwansea. Why in the recent poll did Saints fans vote for Gazza over Kelvin Davis? What has Kelvin done to be treated so shabbily?Yes he was in goal aganst the top teams we played at the beginning.Surely us fans expectedto lose against such teams Ifwe had played any other team yesterday we would have got a draw or more likely lost the game. Bring back Kelvin & we might have a chance to stay in this league & dont forget who helped us get here. Welldone Puncheon&the rest of the lads& allthe wonderful travellingsupporters -youare amazing Apologies for long post.[/p][/quote]if we beat newcastle next week with the same team what will you say then as don;t expect any changes up saints

2:59pm Sun 18 Nov 12

promised land says...

scooter75 wrote:
honk honk !! Taxi for orange head
Honk honk ! Taxi for pompey FC
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: honk honk !! Taxi for orange head[/p][/quote]Honk honk ! Taxi for pompey FC promised land

3:07pm Sun 18 Nov 12

More Glory says...

saintkenny wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
More Glory wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t!
tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are
i missed brian on there ,but i dont read all skates .only the premier league fans comments
We are all human Ken. I have been a Premier league fan though.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t![/p][/quote]tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are[/p][/quote]i missed brian on there ,but i dont read all skates .only the premier league fans comments[/p][/quote]We are all human Ken. I have been a Premier league fan though. More Glory

3:17pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer? Bring back Branfoot

3:18pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

More Glory wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
More Glory wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t!
tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are
i missed brian on there ,but i dont read all skates .only the premier league fans comments
We are all human Ken. I have been a Premier league fan though.
EXTREMELY OBNOXIOUS IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t![/p][/quote]tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are[/p][/quote]i missed brian on there ,but i dont read all skates .only the premier league fans comments[/p][/quote]We are all human Ken. I have been a Premier league fan though.[/p][/quote]EXTREMELY OBNOXIOUS IGNORANT STUPID SKUNT circa 66 saint

3:21pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

saintkenny wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day!

Skunt = ignorant tw4t!
tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are
and where is the sun tan he is as white as a ghost .did you not watch mod .also your last to bosses were tannned but not because of the sun ,because they were both browned off with your shocking football .heading for league 2 or more likley oblivion,another poxy 11.000 pack the park .why are you so interestesd in southamton,is this the portsmouth news.we dont care what any hapless skunt says
'tanned because they're browned off' :) That made me chuckle, Kenny - nice one!

Of course he didn't watch MotD, it would only have made the poor little skunt jealous, and then he'd have started going on about the past ...... you know, the great history ..... the good ol' days when you could hear the pompey chimes in Gosport, life before the threat of liquidation when charities got paid, world class players were bank rolled by rich owners with no brains and all that.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]At least get your facts right about who was Saints' manager when we took over Wembley Stadium for the day! Skunt = ignorant tw4t![/p][/quote]tell you what more ignorance brian clough is not there .2 league titles 2 league cups 2 european cups .to leave him out you got to be ignorant ,but then most skates are[/p][/quote]and where is the sun tan he is as white as a ghost .did you not watch mod .also your last to bosses were tannned but not because of the sun ,because they were both browned off with your shocking football .heading for league 2 or more likley oblivion,another poxy 11.000 pack the park .why are you so interestesd in southamton,is this the portsmouth news.we dont care what any hapless skunt says[/p][/quote]'tanned because they're browned off' :) That made me chuckle, Kenny - nice one! Of course he didn't watch MotD, it would only have made the poor little skunt jealous, and then he'd have started going on about the past ...... you know, the great history ..... the good ol' days when you could hear the pompey chimes in Gosport, life before the threat of liquidation when charities got paid, world class players were bank rolled by rich owners with no brains and all that. Strasbourg Saint

3:31pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
The restaurant comparison doesn't stand up, BBB. You don't 'support' a restaurant.

The point is, we all have the right to express our views and there are probably as many differing ones on here as there are people posting and I bet none of us agree 100% with everything Nigel (or, for that matter, NC) does.

However, as Horses101 says, to 'support' your team means just that.

If you have a fly in your soup at a restaurant, you can choose never to go back. If you don't like something at SFC, you can choose never to support Saints again; I bet my bottom dollar though, that no true supporter (not even a skunt) would ever stop supporting their team because they disagreed with something the manager has done.

So, all most of us are saying is, while expressing your views, don't let that stop you from getting behind your team - and THAT includes supporting the manager.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]The restaurant comparison doesn't stand up, BBB. You don't 'support' a restaurant. The point is, we all have the right to express our views and there are probably as many differing ones on here as there are people posting and I bet none of us agree 100% with everything Nigel (or, for that matter, NC) does. However, as Horses101 says, to 'support' your team means just that. If you have a fly in your soup at a restaurant, you can choose never to go back. If you don't like something at SFC, you can choose never to support Saints again; I bet my bottom dollar though, that no true supporter (not even a skunt) would ever stop supporting their team because they disagreed with something the manager has done. So, all most of us are saying is, while expressing your views, don't let that stop you from getting behind your team - and THAT includes supporting the manager. Strasbourg Saint

3:36pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

SAINTROSCOE wrote:
where are the saints fans with any sense like pete the phantom &south west saint?Have been a saints fan for many yearsincluding living abroad & following on saints player&always read these posts.

We beat a dire dire dire bottom of the table team yesterday& stillconceded thanks to an inexperienced 20 year old keeper from Gillingham who cost us the win againstSwansea.

Why in the recent poll did Saints fans vote for Gazza over Kelvin Davis?


What has Kelvin done to be treated so shabbily?Yes he was in goal aganst the top teams we played at the beginning.Surely us fans expectedto lose against such teams

Ifwe had played any other team yesterday we would have got a draw or more likely lost the game.

Bring back Kelvin & we might have a chance to stay in this league & dont forget who helped us get here.

Welldone Puncheon&the rest of the lads& allthe wonderful travellingsupporters

-youare amazing
Apologies for long post.
Why do you blame Gazzaniga for the goal? Shouldn't the centre backs have been making the player better?
[quote][p][bold]SAINTROSCOE[/bold] wrote: where are the saints fans with any sense like pete the phantom &south west saint?Have been a saints fan for many yearsincluding living abroad & following on saints player&always read these posts. We beat a dire dire dire bottom of the table team yesterday& stillconceded thanks to an inexperienced 20 year old keeper from Gillingham who cost us the win againstSwansea. Why in the recent poll did Saints fans vote for Gazza over Kelvin Davis? What has Kelvin done to be treated so shabbily?Yes he was in goal aganst the top teams we played at the beginning.Surely us fans expectedto lose against such teams Ifwe had played any other team yesterday we would have got a draw or more likely lost the game. Bring back Kelvin & we might have a chance to stay in this league & dont forget who helped us get here. Welldone Puncheon&the rest of the lads& allthe wonderful travellingsupporters -youare amazing Apologies for long post.[/p][/quote]Why do you blame Gazzaniga for the goal? Shouldn't the centre backs have been making the player better? Rising_Son

3:51pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Ok, but why is it in the sports industry in general, be it footy, NFL or whatever, results are King. It's one thing to be losing, it's another to be trying three GKs in six or seven games. Settling on one who is 20 years old, with 15 games behind him. As well as all the other other naive things he has done.

I agree, we should support the players, who to me are giving their all, but I draw the line at singing pro NA stuff. I think that going after him with anti NA chants would be counterproductive.

I want NA to turn it around, for the club & himself, as he comes across as a thourghly nice chap. But in my job, if I don't deliver, I'm out. Why should it be any different for Nigel?

The fly in the soup, not the best analogy. But my point is, just because he got us back to back promotion, , why can't I point out his failings. It doesn't stop me from wanting him & the club to succeed.
Ok, but why is it in the sports industry in general, be it footy, NFL or whatever, results are King. It's one thing to be losing, it's another to be trying three GKs in six or seven games. Settling on one who is 20 years old, with 15 games behind him. As well as all the other other naive things he has done. I agree, we should support the players, who to me are giving their all, but I draw the line at singing pro NA stuff. I think that going after him with anti NA chants would be counterproductive. I want NA to turn it around, for the club & himself, as he comes across as a thourghly nice chap. But in my job, if I don't deliver, I'm out. Why should it be any different for Nigel? The fly in the soup, not the best analogy. But my point is, just because he got us back to back promotion, [I still think Bagpuss could have & it wouldn't have come down to the final match], why can't I point out his failings. It doesn't stop me from wanting him & the club to succeed. Bring back Branfoot

3:58pm Sun 18 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
On motd, punch looked heavily involved along with clyne. Asks the question does he need more motivation, playing against his old team even though on loan, or how or why was guly keeping him out of team?
Lambert has to start every game and starting 11 yesterday is probably our best, I haven't given up on hoiveld. New goalie, left back, and centre half a must in january. Definate outs are fox, boruc and sdr.
Fair to say that Punch is reborn as a Saints player. Whatever was going on in his head last season seems sorted now and he is showing us what he is capable of.
If Gazza can learn from is errors, he can turn out to be the real deal.
Fox looks like he could be great as an impact player, but I tend to agree that he'll want away. Shaw has made the position his.
Some good solid business in January, and I think we'll be ok.
My thoughts on fox are he's an average championship player, shaw has taken his position with ease and he's only turned 17.
Defence is a worry and such a vital area of the team. I would shift out kelvin and boruc for a keeper who can be number 1 but keep gaza more involved than what Bart was.
Fox has to go for similar reasons, we need some one there who will take pressure off of shaw, but give shaw game time too.
An experienced premier league centre half is a must, even if we have to break the signing fee record again!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: On motd, punch looked heavily involved along with clyne. Asks the question does he need more motivation, playing against his old team even though on loan, or how or why was guly keeping him out of team? Lambert has to start every game and starting 11 yesterday is probably our best, I haven't given up on hoiveld. New goalie, left back, and centre half a must in january. Definate outs are fox, boruc and sdr.[/p][/quote]Fair to say that Punch is reborn as a Saints player. Whatever was going on in his head last season seems sorted now and he is showing us what he is capable of. If Gazza can learn from is errors, he can turn out to be the real deal. Fox looks like he could be great as an impact player, but I tend to agree that he'll want away. Shaw has made the position his. Some good solid business in January, and I think we'll be ok.[/p][/quote]My thoughts on fox are he's an average championship player, shaw has taken his position with ease and he's only turned 17. Defence is a worry and such a vital area of the team. I would shift out kelvin and boruc for a keeper who can be number 1 but keep gaza more involved than what Bart was. Fox has to go for similar reasons, we need some one there who will take pressure off of shaw, but give shaw game time too. An experienced premier league centre half is a must, even if we have to break the signing fee record again! ghk230473

3:59pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Ok, but why is it in the sports industry in general, be it footy, NFL or whatever, results are King. It's one thing to be losing, it's another to be trying three GKs in six or seven games. Settling on one who is 20 years old, with 15 games behind him. As well as all the other other naive things he has done.

I agree, we should support the players, who to me are giving their all, but I draw the line at singing pro NA stuff. I think that going after him with anti NA chants would be counterproductive.

I want NA to turn it around, for the club & himself, as he comes across as a thourghly nice chap. But in my job, if I don't deliver, I'm out. Why should it be any different for Nigel?

The fly in the soup, not the best analogy. But my point is, just because he got us back to back promotion, , why can't I point out his failings. It doesn't stop me from wanting him & the club to succeed.
If we follow your logic, no new, inexperience players would ever get a game.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: Ok, but why is it in the sports industry in general, be it footy, NFL or whatever, results are King. It's one thing to be losing, it's another to be trying three GKs in six or seven games. Settling on one who is 20 years old, with 15 games behind him. As well as all the other other naive things he has done. I agree, we should support the players, who to me are giving their all, but I draw the line at singing pro NA stuff. I think that going after him with anti NA chants would be counterproductive. I want NA to turn it around, for the club & himself, as he comes across as a thourghly nice chap. But in my job, if I don't deliver, I'm out. Why should it be any different for Nigel? The fly in the soup, not the best analogy. But my point is, just because he got us back to back promotion, [I still think Bagpuss could have & it wouldn't have come down to the final match], why can't I point out his failings. It doesn't stop me from wanting him & the club to succeed.[/p][/quote]If we follow your logic, no new, inexperience players would ever get a game. Rising_Son

4:14pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Ok, but why is it in the sports industry in general, be it footy, NFL or whatever, results are King. It's one thing to be losing, it's another to be trying three GKs in six or seven games. Settling on one who is 20 years old, with 15 games behind him. As well as all the other other naive things he has done.

I agree, we should support the players, who to me are giving their all, but I draw the line at singing pro NA stuff. I think that going after him with anti NA chants would be counterproductive.

I want NA to turn it around, for the club & himself, as he comes across as a thourghly nice chap. But in my job, if I don't deliver, I'm out. Why should it be any different for Nigel?

The fly in the soup, not the best analogy. But my point is, just because he got us back to back promotion, , why can't I point out his failings. It doesn't stop me from wanting him & the club to succeed.
If we follow your logic, no new, inexperience players would ever get a game.
Do your homework, rarely do keepers with 15 league appearances get a start in the Premiership. Add to that he's twenty years old and has a weak back four in front of him. In general, keepers get their top flight introductions later than outfield players.

I'm not saying for Adkins not to give the younger players their starts. But Nigel tried the other two, so Gazza can't take that as the gaffer thinks I'm the no1 this season. It comes across as, bugger! The other two aren't that good, let's try Gazza.

Gazza deserves to get his start with a settled & reliable back four in front of him and some cup & reserve starts under his belt. Having your failings directed on Match of the Day isn't going to help the lady's confidence.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: Ok, but why is it in the sports industry in general, be it footy, NFL or whatever, results are King. It's one thing to be losing, it's another to be trying three GKs in six or seven games. Settling on one who is 20 years old, with 15 games behind him. As well as all the other other naive things he has done. I agree, we should support the players, who to me are giving their all, but I draw the line at singing pro NA stuff. I think that going after him with anti NA chants would be counterproductive. I want NA to turn it around, for the club & himself, as he comes across as a thourghly nice chap. But in my job, if I don't deliver, I'm out. Why should it be any different for Nigel? The fly in the soup, not the best analogy. But my point is, just because he got us back to back promotion, [I still think Bagpuss could have & it wouldn't have come down to the final match], why can't I point out his failings. It doesn't stop me from wanting him & the club to succeed.[/p][/quote]If we follow your logic, no new, inexperience players would ever get a game.[/p][/quote]Do your homework, rarely do keepers with 15 league appearances get a start in the Premiership. Add to that he's twenty years old and has a weak back four in front of him. In general, keepers get their top flight introductions later than outfield players. I'm not saying for Adkins not to give the younger players their starts. But Nigel tried the other two, so Gazza can't take that as the gaffer thinks I'm the no1 this season. It comes across as, bugger! The other two aren't that good, let's try Gazza. Gazza deserves to get his start with a settled & reliable back four in front of him and some cup & reserve starts under his belt. Having your failings directed on Match of the Day isn't going to help the lady's confidence. Bring back Branfoot

4:17pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

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4:33pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Confucious says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Forlife wrote:
Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win?

Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion.

Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific.

But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club.

If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters

Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies
Post of the weekend by a country mile.

Brilliant post from someone at the match. Wish I could have been there, too.
Ditto that - great post!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Forlife[/bold] wrote: Had a most enjoyable day yesterday at QPR and doesn't it just feel great to get home and actually look forward to MoTD? Doesn't it feel great to to wake up on Sunday morning after a win? Yesterday's performance was solid. Yes the goal conceded was another sloppy one and you can still see the 'Work in Progress' sign up - but dominated the game for all bar 10 minutes in my opinion. Corky was terrific again - and Punch has been playing terrific since the pre season - that is what I call good man management - picking a player up from such a deep low to getting the very best out of him week in week out - terrific. But the best part of the day was the togetrherness shown by the crowd. What other team down the bottom of any league chants the name of their manager over and over again - made me feel proud to be associated with this great club. Togetherness in tough times dvelops a spine that can run through a club. If the football is poor and no team spirit shown then that's when you get a restless crowd baiting for blood - but we have been served great football in recent years and all see where the improvements need to be made. Positive stuff always - proud of the team, proud of the manager, proud of the club and proud of the supporters Let's now try and get some momentum - bring on the Magpies[/p][/quote]Post of the weekend by a country mile. Brilliant post from someone at the match. Wish I could have been there, too.[/p][/quote]Ditto that - great post! Confucious

4:42pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

scooter75 wrote:
honk honk !! Taxi for orange head
thud thud ....... skunt .
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: honk honk !! Taxi for orange head[/p][/quote]thud thud ....... skunt . slugger

4:45pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support . slugger

5:00pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world? Bring back Branfoot

5:04pm Sun 18 Nov 12

up saints says...

the only fact i can come up with is that we won 1-3.yes someone was to blame for the goal we let in but someone was to blame in the qpr defence for the goals we scored.if everyone was perfect every game would be a boring 0-0
the only fact i can come up with is that we won 1-3.yes someone was to blame for the goal we let in but someone was to blame in the qpr defence for the goals we scored.if everyone was perfect every game would be a boring 0-0 up saints

5:08pm Sun 18 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
I hope your posting name is ironic?

Adkins has made mistakes granted, If he goes (and I have a wager he will) who replaces him? I know that's not an excuse to keep him, but I was impressed with his interview after the baggies away defeat and it does appear he has the dressing room. I think as long as he has the backing of players, it becomes evident when lost, he should be able to continue.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]I hope your posting name is ironic? Adkins has made mistakes granted, If he goes (and I have a wager he will) who replaces him? I know that's not an excuse to keep him, but I was impressed with his interview after the baggies away defeat and it does appear he has the dressing room. I think as long as he has the backing of players, it becomes evident when lost, he should be able to continue. ghk230473

5:20pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
I don't
I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently.

Long may it last.

As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.
Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts .
SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! .
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .[/p][/quote]I don't[/p][/quote]I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently. Long may it last. As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.[/p][/quote]Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts . SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! . bluewhiteandred

5:25pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

At last, someone posing a rational argument. Who would replace him is key.

Chaps, if Southampton wasn't your team, and you had a cold hard look at the money spent, the Gk situation, defense, the tactic of lots of meaningless short little passes in the final third and Rickie twice being left on the bench, wouldn't your appraisal be a little on the negative side.

Well done for supporting Adkins, but it's a little embarrassing when fans of other clubs ask, with all that money spent why didn't he sort out the back & why do the players overplay it in the final third and why are the fans constantly singing his name, like he's Brian Clough.
At last, someone posing a rational argument. Who would replace him is key. Chaps, if Southampton wasn't your team, and you had a cold hard look at the money spent, the Gk situation, defense, the tactic of lots of meaningless short little passes in the final third and Rickie twice being left on the bench, wouldn't your appraisal be a little on the negative side. Well done for supporting Adkins, but it's a little embarrassing when fans of other clubs ask, with all that money spent why didn't he sort out the back & why do the players overplay it in the final third and why are the fans constantly singing his name, like he's Brian Clough. Bring back Branfoot

5:26pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

insane saint wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
joelster wrote:
holburyhalo wrote:
Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.
totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!!
THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!!

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.


We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games

We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !!

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!

After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !!


liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham

IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !!

WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM.

RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.

p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games.

WINNING IS EVERYTHING.

NO FEAR NO SURRENDER.
UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO.
good to see you again REDARMY1 lert the good tmes begin.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH.

RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY.

THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS 1 NIGEL ADKINS THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS.

bring on the next games we are up for them.

COYR.
red army
You had to many shandys no 1 in the south ! i dont think so .
one win and your the best team ?
And your Bottom three
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]joelster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.[/p][/quote]totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!![/p][/quote]THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!! WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !! THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !! After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !! liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !! WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM. RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games. WINNING IS EVERYTHING. NO FEAR NO SURRENDER. UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO.[/p][/quote]good to see you again REDARMY1 lert the good tmes begin. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH. RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY. THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS 1 NIGEL ADKINS THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS. bring on the next games we are up for them. COYR.[/p][/quote]red army You had to many shandys no 1 in the south ! i dont think so . one win and your the best team ? And your Bottom three bluewhiteandred

5:28pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
Okay, criticise the manager, even call for his head, but if you EVER try to convince me that Santa doesn't exist, I'm going to have your balls on a poll!


All together:

'You better watch out, you better not cry,
You better not pout, I'm telling you why,
Santa Claus is coming to town!'
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]Okay, criticise the manager, even call for his head, but if you EVER try to convince me that Santa doesn't exist, I'm going to have your balls on a poll! All together: 'You better watch out, you better not cry, You better not pout, I'm telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town!' Strasbourg Saint

5:36pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
you don't fool me sonshine .
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]you don't fool me sonshine . slugger

5:37pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
Okay, criticise the manager, even call for his head, but if you EVER try to convince me that Santa doesn't exist, I'm going to have your balls on a poll!


All together:

'You better watch out, you better not cry,
You better not pout, I'm telling you why,
Santa Claus is coming to town!'
I give up! No mas!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]Okay, criticise the manager, even call for his head, but if you EVER try to convince me that Santa doesn't exist, I'm going to have your balls on a poll! All together: 'You better watch out, you better not cry, You better not pout, I'm telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town!'[/p][/quote]I give up! No mas! Bring back Branfoot

5:37pm Sun 18 Nov 12

up saints says...

good evening to all the portsmouth fans who love our site so much.you should be walking the streets with a bucket trying to raise funds.never know may get lucky someone may sh-t in it
good evening to all the portsmouth fans who love our site so much.you should be walking the streets with a bucket trying to raise funds.never know may get lucky someone may sh-t in it up saints

5:38pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
I don't
I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently.

Long may it last.

As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.
Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts .
SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! .
i don't use spell check as it happens ...... but i suggest you do .
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .[/p][/quote]I don't[/p][/quote]I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently. Long may it last. As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.[/p][/quote]Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts . SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! .[/p][/quote]i don't use spell check as it happens ...... but i suggest you do . slugger

5:39pm Sun 18 Nov 12

saintmicky says...

More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
PATHETIC C@CK!!
You are obviously embarrassed by the disgraceful lack of loyalty displayed by your plastic fans, don't dare to come on to the site of a real team with real fans, and spout your carp. Talk in percentages or numbers, allow for the fact that when leaving a REAL stadium it takes time to exit, there is no escaping the fact that Saints fans are more in number and more loyal than you weak pretenders will ever be!!

COYR FOP
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]PATHETIC C@CK!! You are obviously embarrassed by the disgraceful lack of loyalty displayed by your plastic fans, don't dare to come on to the site of a real team with real fans, and spout your carp. Talk in percentages or numbers, allow for the fact that when leaving a REAL stadium it takes time to exit, there is no escaping the fact that Saints fans are more in number and more loyal than you weak pretenders will ever be!! COYR FOP saintmicky

5:41pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
I don't
I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently.

Long may it last.

As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.
Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts .
SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! .
come on orient
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .[/p][/quote]I don't[/p][/quote]I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently. Long may it last. As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.[/p][/quote]Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts . SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! .[/p][/quote]come on orient Baddesley Bill

5:45pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s

and you are not louder than us !
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.[/p][/quote]Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s and you are not louder than us ! bluewhiteandred

5:47pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s

and you are not louder than us !
and superior .
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.[/p][/quote]Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s and you are not louder than us ![/p][/quote]and superior . slugger

5:50pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s

and you are not louder than us !
Louder, prouder...and considerably richer than what you lot are! :O)
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.[/p][/quote]Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s and you are not louder than us ![/p][/quote]Louder, prouder...and considerably richer than what you lot are! :O) Baddesley Bill

5:55pm Sun 18 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
Adkins is God in the eyes of the lot on here and can do no wrong apart from the odd suntan fail
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]Adkins is God in the eyes of the lot on here and can do no wrong apart from the odd suntan fail scooter75

5:59pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

scooter75 wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
Adkins is God in the eyes of the lot on here and can do no wrong apart from the odd suntan fail
correctamundo ........ thud , thud .... skunt .
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]Adkins is God in the eyes of the lot on here and can do no wrong apart from the odd suntan fail[/p][/quote]correctamundo ........ thud , thud .... skunt . slugger

5:59pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
insane saint wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
joelster wrote:
holburyhalo wrote:
Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.
totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!!
THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!!

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.


We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games

We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !!

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!

After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !!


liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham

IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !!

WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM.

RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN.

p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games.

WINNING IS EVERYTHING.

NO FEAR NO SURRENDER.
UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO.
good to see you again REDARMY1 lert the good tmes begin.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH.

RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY.

THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS 1 NIGEL ADKINS THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS.

bring on the next games we are up for them.

COYR.
red army
You had to many shandys no 1 in the south ! i dont think so .
one win and your the best team ?
And your Bottom three
to the blue few (that saying is getting more and more true every week)
poopey are NOT our local rivals you do not compete with us on a football field, our rivals are the other members of the premier league,your rivals are the likes of Bury, Yeovil and Stevenage etc, the only chance you will have to be our rival any time in the next 20 years will be if you manage to get to the 3rd round of the F.A. cup,so it's not going to happen.
Ah! what about the Capitol one cup you ask?, you can only compete in this cup if you are members of the football league and since poopey are soon to be liquidated and banished to non league football that won't happen.
So what are pompey to the Saints they are our neighbours from down the road, we are the Jones's that you are trying to keep up with and that is not a bad thing every club needs ambition but it does have to be realistic.
your pathetic attempts to belittle the Saints and our problems are akin to the little old lady on the electric scooter telling Lewis Hamilton how to drive (yes they both drive 4 wheeled vehicles but are light years apart in their skills in doing so).
so while you continue to amuse us please excuse us when we start talking about things you don't understand, like premiership football, young homegrown academy players and good football finances we are not being rude if we ignore you but we do have adult subjects to attend to and will give you the attention you seek when we have time.
your patience in this matter would be appreciated and thank you

multi-coloured skunt

re-posted in case you missed it

Saints are premier league i know you don't like it but you just have to accept it.
poopey are 3rd division or (league 1 if that sounds better) they are 2 divisions below the saints and 44 places below,
so come on then make us laugh tell us who is the number 1 club in the south
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]joelster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: Absolutely brilliant the team did well,but did you hear those saints fans they where singing for all of us,I don't think I could be any more proud to be a saints fan well done to every single one of them.[/p][/quote]totally agree about the fans- thank you, you did us all proud!![/p][/quote]THAT'S WHAT THE FANS AND THIS CLUB DOES !!! WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. We've been to palace - watford - charlton etc last few seasons and today QPR - we dominate in the streets before and after the game and on the Terraces - there is only one club in these games We owned the upper and lower terraces today and we were the top fans today - no issue !! THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !! After the game the chanting continued in the streets . WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH !! liverpool are running scared and have sold us under allocation - but next game after that AWAY we will be taking it to the opposition is fulham IF YOU CAN GET A TICKET - BE THERE AND WIN AWAY !! WE AIM TO F*CKING SMASH THEM. RED ARMY. FIGHT AND WIN. p.s confidence is high - Nigel has got a more settled winning side and we are gonna give it everything to WIN our next two home games. WINNING IS EVERYTHING. NO FEAR NO SURRENDER. UP THE PREMIER LEAGUE WE MUST GO.[/p][/quote]good to see you again REDARMY1 lert the good tmes begin. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH. RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY. THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS 1 NIGEL ADKINS THERE'S ONLY 1 NIGEL ADKINS. bring on the next games we are up for them. COYR.[/p][/quote]red army You had to many shandys no 1 in the south ! i dont think so . one win and your the best team ? And your Bottom three[/p][/quote]to the blue few (that saying is getting more and more true every week) poopey are NOT our local rivals you do not compete with us on a football field, our rivals are the other members of the premier league,your rivals are the likes of Bury, Yeovil and Stevenage etc, the only chance you will have to be our rival any time in the next 20 years will be if you manage to get to the 3rd round of the F.A. cup,so it's not going to happen. Ah! what about the Capitol one cup you ask?, you can only compete in this cup if you are members of the football league and since poopey are soon to be liquidated and banished to non league football that won't happen. So what are pompey to the Saints they are our neighbours from down the road, we are the Jones's that you are trying to keep up with and that is not a bad thing every club needs ambition but it does have to be realistic. your pathetic attempts to belittle the Saints and our problems are akin to the little old lady on the electric scooter telling Lewis Hamilton how to drive (yes they both drive 4 wheeled vehicles but are light years apart in their skills in doing so). so while you continue to amuse us please excuse us when we start talking about things you don't understand, like premiership football, young homegrown academy players and good football finances we are not being rude if we ignore you but we do have adult subjects to attend to and will give you the attention you seek when we have time. your patience in this matter would be appreciated and thank you multi-coloured skunt re-posted in case you missed it Saints are premier league i know you don't like it but you just have to accept it. poopey are 3rd division or (league 1 if that sounds better) they are 2 divisions below the saints and 44 places below, so come on then make us laugh tell us who is the number 1 club in the south circa 66 saint

6:24pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN seventh-junction

6:24pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Meribelsaint says...

slugger wrote:
scooter75 wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
Adkins is God in the eyes of the lot on here and can do no wrong apart from the odd suntan fail
correctamundo ........ thud , thud .... skunt .
Back to back promotions, what's not to love about our manager? It amuses me that you skunts are trying to wind any Saints up this weekend. We won and you're finished.....get used to it.
P.S. The sky is pretty rosy in my world
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]Adkins is God in the eyes of the lot on here and can do no wrong apart from the odd suntan fail[/p][/quote]correctamundo ........ thud , thud .... skunt .[/p][/quote]Back to back promotions, what's not to love about our manager? It amuses me that you skunts are trying to wind any Saints up this weekend. We won and you're finished.....get used to it. P.S. The sky is pretty rosy in my world Meribelsaint

6:27pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
I love this style of argument:

Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them"

Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response.



All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support?

Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]I love this style of argument: Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them" Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response. All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support? Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK... Velleity

6:31pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
7 junction if they needed extras then depending how many, they could use the creditors,unfortunat
ely i think it would have be limited to a few thousand
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]7 junction if they needed extras then depending how many, they could use the creditors,unfortunat ely i think it would have be limited to a few thousand circa 66 saint

6:33pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Velleity says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .
I don't
I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently.

Long may it last.

As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.
Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts .
SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! .
Touchy, touchy. It was a joke, see, on the subjects of "Grammar" and "Grandma".

Still I'd be touchy with 0 points out of the last 18.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: where are all of our pet skates this evening ? ......... i do miss their input and poor gramma .[/p][/quote]I don't[/p][/quote]I'm rather enjoying the feeling of (as Nigel would doubtless call it) positivity. It's been a little in short supply recently. Long may it last. As the Portsmouth gramma, she's probably down the pub drowning her sorrows.[/p][/quote]Slugger quoted portsmouth gramma you are big if someone has problems with spelling and puntuation they are not inferior to you we all know you use a spell check on all your posts . SAINTS won against Villa and now QPR both are bottom teams that does not suggest a improvement baddersley quoted he cant wate for Newcastle as they are on a losing streak bad form ,so you need teams in bad form to beat them you have done nothing to suggest premiership survival ! .[/p][/quote]Touchy, touchy. It was a joke, see, on the subjects of "Grammar" and "Grandma". Still I'd be touchy with 0 points out of the last 18. Velleity

6:40pm Sun 18 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity:

Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%.

Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%.

And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing.

Link for the official stats:

http://itv.stats.foo
tball365.com/dom/ENG
/D2/attend.html
For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity: Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%. Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%. And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing. Link for the official stats: http://itv.stats.foo tball365.com/dom/ENG /D2/attend.html SaintJD

6:50pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
7 junction if they needed extras then depending how many, they could use the creditors,unfortunat

ely i think it would have be limited to a few thousand
Good shout, but that wouldn't be fair on the one's that would end up with nothing.....again!!
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]7 junction if they needed extras then depending how many, they could use the creditors,unfortunat ely i think it would have be limited to a few thousand[/p][/quote]Good shout, but that wouldn't be fair on the one's that would end up with nothing.....again!! seventh-junction

6:54pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA bluewhiteandred

7:03pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

SaintJD wrote:
For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity:

Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%.

Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%.

And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing.

Link for the official stats:

http://itv.stats.foo

tball365.com/dom/ENG

/D2/attend.html
Average is based over whole season your mug fans purchased alot of season tickets expecting more success you cant deny that.
Cortesse only spet 30 million on players which is nothing in premier league so good bye premier hello championship .
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity: Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%. Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%. And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing. Link for the official stats: http://itv.stats.foo tball365.com/dom/ENG /D2/attend.html[/p][/quote]Average is based over whole season your mug fans purchased alot of season tickets expecting more success you cant deny that. Cortesse only spet 30 million on players which is nothing in premier league so good bye premier hello championship . bluewhiteandred

7:04pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
At last, someone posing a rational argument. Who would replace him is key.

Chaps, if Southampton wasn't your team, and you had a cold hard look at the money spent, the Gk situation, defense, the tactic of lots of meaningless short little passes in the final third and Rickie twice being left on the bench, wouldn't your appraisal be a little on the negative side.

Well done for supporting Adkins, but it's a little embarrassing when fans of other clubs ask, with all that money spent why didn't he sort out the back & why do the players overplay it in the final third and why are the fans constantly singing his name, like he's Brian Clough.
I would't describe myself as a happy clapper or a doom'n'gloom merchant so hopefully you take this as such...
NA and SFC DID target shoring up the back during the transfer window i.e
GK Targets: Buttland (failed) Gazza (successful)
LB Target: Buttner (failed)
CB Target Yoshida (succesful)
RB Target Clyne (succesful)
This covers all defensive positions but as we failed in some that left us short (That's life/ same at Liverpool)
Adkins - I have my doubts about Nigel as much as I like him but he must be given enough time to find his feet and stability at the club is very important. Tactics - I agree very strange, subs - poor. If it is demonstrated that he is out of his depth then he must go as, for me, the club comes first. In the meantime he IS our manager and as such gets my backing as does the team. We have a role to play, at QPR yesterday and Pompey the other week (HAHAHA) the team and the manager were booed off, that undermines confidence and damages performance and is NOTwhat we do here. What is undeniable is that we are play some great football and are recieving plaudits at the highest levels, lets hope we turn that into points!
Kelvin - I'm one of those who voted for Gazza. He may be young and inexperienced but can only improve. I suggest you watch the Man U game again if poss. I can assure you that it's not because of the bigger teams scoring that KD was dropped, Or those that were in front of him. He consistently put our own defence under pressure with poor distribution and tbh someone with his experience should have known better.
Nothing wrong with being critical, just think you need a little perspective.

Onward


STID
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: At last, someone posing a rational argument. Who would replace him is key. Chaps, if Southampton wasn't your team, and you had a cold hard look at the money spent, the Gk situation, defense, the tactic of lots of meaningless short little passes in the final third and Rickie twice being left on the bench, wouldn't your appraisal be a little on the negative side. Well done for supporting Adkins, but it's a little embarrassing when fans of other clubs ask, with all that money spent why didn't he sort out the back & why do the players overplay it in the final third and why are the fans constantly singing his name, like he's Brian Clough.[/p][/quote]I would't describe myself as a happy clapper or a doom'n'gloom merchant so hopefully you take this as such... NA and SFC DID target shoring up the back during the transfer window i.e GK Targets: Buttland (failed) Gazza (successful) LB Target: Buttner (failed) CB Target Yoshida (succesful) RB Target Clyne (succesful) This covers all defensive positions but as we failed in some that left us short (That's life/ same at Liverpool) Adkins - I have my doubts about Nigel as much as I like him but he must be given enough time to find his feet and stability at the club is very important. Tactics - I agree very strange, subs - poor. If it is demonstrated that he is out of his depth then he must go as, for me, the club comes first. In the meantime he IS our manager and as such gets my backing as does the team. We have a role to play, at QPR yesterday and Pompey the other week (HAHAHA) the team and the manager were booed off, that undermines confidence and damages performance and is NOTwhat we do here. What is undeniable is that we are play some great football and are recieving plaudits at the highest levels, lets hope we turn that into points! Kelvin - I'm one of those who voted for Gazza. He may be young and inexperienced but can only improve. I suggest you watch the Man U game again if poss. I can assure you that it's not because of the bigger teams scoring that KD was dropped, Or those that were in front of him. He consistently put our own defence under pressure with poor distribution and tbh someone with his experience should have known better. Nothing wrong with being critical, just think you need a little perspective. Onward STID st1halo

7:06pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
Is this your brain? " . "



WTFILN :O)
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]Is this your brain? " . " WTFILN :O) Baddesley Bill

7:07pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
new bond movie is called s,,m finger
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]new bond movie is called s,,m finger bluewhiteandred

7:09pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay?
Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay? Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo

7:09pm Sun 18 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

I went yesterday( cheers Slugger and Baddesely Bill) and we were good tight and together.
I have read all the comments about our keeper but he was good brave up for it and enjoying it. Sure he was out of position for there goal but get over it. It was a good tactical decision by the Reverand Nigel to play him yesterday to give him confidence for the future. He will be a constant in our team in the future.
We have missed Cork he was great yesterday.Adam was a magician yesterday. Rickie was tough and brave Puncheon was the games star Shaw is now a regular alongside a classy Clyne and our centre backs are really starting to gel.
I have never felt anything but positive with the Reverand Nigel in charge and yesterday did nothing to dispel that.
I feel we our on our way now,my only worry is can we keep hold of the Rev.
BB and Strassie,looking forward to giving you a pound and a pint a piece.
Come on you O,s
I went yesterday( cheers Slugger and Baddesely Bill) and we were good tight and together. I have read all the comments about our keeper but he was good brave up for it and enjoying it. Sure he was out of position for there goal but get over it. It was a good tactical decision by the Reverand Nigel to play him yesterday to give him confidence for the future. He will be a constant in our team in the future. We have missed Cork he was great yesterday.Adam was a magician yesterday. Rickie was tough and brave Puncheon was the games star Shaw is now a regular alongside a classy Clyne and our centre backs are really starting to gel. I have never felt anything but positive with the Reverand Nigel in charge and yesterday did nothing to dispel that. I feel we our on our way now,my only worry is can we keep hold of the Rev. BB and Strassie,looking forward to giving you a pound and a pint a piece. Come on you O,s mack chinnon

7:10pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Velleity says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
0 points out of the last 18 and you're on here trying to make US feel bad? He he
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]0 points out of the last 18 and you're on here trying to make US feel bad? He he Velleity

7:11pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
saveportsmouthfc
multi-coloured skunt
aka bluewhiteandred
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]saveportsmouthfc multi-coloured skunt aka bluewhiteandred circa 66 saint

7:13pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
Is this your brain? " . "



WTFILN :O)
baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]Is this your brain? " . " WTFILN :O)[/p][/quote]baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p bluewhiteandred

7:13pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

SaintJD wrote:
For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity:

Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%.

Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%.

And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing.

Link for the official stats:

http://itv.stats.foo

tball365.com/dom/ENG

/D2/attend.html
Lik I've been saying for few weeks
Average nearly 40% EMPTY HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity: Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%. Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%. And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing. Link for the official stats: http://itv.stats.foo tball365.com/dom/ENG /D2/attend.html[/p][/quote]Lik I've been saying for few weeks Average nearly 40% EMPTY HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo

7:16pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
Still a bit more progress than you lot have made though eh?
Points out of 18 possible = 0
Ground =40% EMPTY
HHAHAHAHAHHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]Still a bit more progress than you lot have made though eh? Points out of 18 possible = 0 Ground =40% EMPTY HHAHAHAHAHHAHA STID st1halo

7:18pm Sun 18 Nov 12

warrens 76 says...

saintkenny wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
want to read this as an echo headline.


ADKINS GETS THE SACK

72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.
of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up
Love it...
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: want to read this as an echo headline. ADKINS GETS THE SACK 72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.[/p][/quote]of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up[/p][/quote]Love it... warrens 76

7:20pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

mack chinnon wrote:
I went yesterday( cheers Slugger and Baddesely Bill) and we were good tight and together.
I have read all the comments about our keeper but he was good brave up for it and enjoying it. Sure he was out of position for there goal but get over it. It was a good tactical decision by the Reverand Nigel to play him yesterday to give him confidence for the future. He will be a constant in our team in the future.
We have missed Cork he was great yesterday.Adam was a magician yesterday. Rickie was tough and brave Puncheon was the games star Shaw is now a regular alongside a classy Clyne and our centre backs are really starting to gel.
I have never felt anything but positive with the Reverand Nigel in charge and yesterday did nothing to dispel that.
I feel we our on our way now,my only worry is can we keep hold of the Rev.
BB and Strassie,looking forward to giving you a pound and a pint a piece.
Come on you O,s
PRAISE BE TO THE LORD!!!!

For twas written that the Reverand Nigel would conjure us a goal leading from a corner. And it came to pass that Bill and Strassie finally bagged a quid. It was so written.


Oh...and come on orient.

Amen :O)
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: I went yesterday( cheers Slugger and Baddesely Bill) and we were good tight and together. I have read all the comments about our keeper but he was good brave up for it and enjoying it. Sure he was out of position for there goal but get over it. It was a good tactical decision by the Reverand Nigel to play him yesterday to give him confidence for the future. He will be a constant in our team in the future. We have missed Cork he was great yesterday.Adam was a magician yesterday. Rickie was tough and brave Puncheon was the games star Shaw is now a regular alongside a classy Clyne and our centre backs are really starting to gel. I have never felt anything but positive with the Reverand Nigel in charge and yesterday did nothing to dispel that. I feel we our on our way now,my only worry is can we keep hold of the Rev. BB and Strassie,looking forward to giving you a pound and a pint a piece. Come on you O,s[/p][/quote]PRAISE BE TO THE LORD!!!! For twas written that the Reverand Nigel would conjure us a goal leading from a corner. And it came to pass that Bill and Strassie finally bagged a quid. It was so written. Oh...and come on orient. Amen :O) Baddesley Bill

7:21pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity:

Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%.

Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%.

And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing.

Link for the official stats:

http://itv.stats.foo


tball365.com/dom/ENG


/D2/attend.html
Average is based over whole season your mug fans purchased alot of season tickets expecting more success you cant deny that.
Cortesse only spet 30 million on players which is nothing in premier league so good bye premier hello championship .
WRONG - Average is over season so far and yours is 40% EMPTY HAHAHAHAHAHAHAGUFAAW
HAHAHAHAHA
Championship - maybe but Lg 2 defo for you!
HAHAHAHAHAHA


STID
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: For the attention of all Poopey fans who say their club is better supported - average attendance for season so far, including percentage of capacity: Poopey: average attendance 12,580, capacity 20,688, percentage of capacity vs average: 60.8%. Saints: average attendance 30,396, capacity 32,689, percentage of capacity vs average: 92.9%. And that's a team at the foot of league 1, about to go into league 2, in desperate need of your support - you know the ones you tell us filled the ground in the Premier League who have gone missing. Link for the official stats: http://itv.stats.foo tball365.com/dom/ENG /D2/attend.html[/p][/quote]Average is based over whole season your mug fans purchased alot of season tickets expecting more success you cant deny that. Cortesse only spet 30 million on players which is nothing in premier league so good bye premier hello championship .[/p][/quote]WRONG - Average is over season so far and yours is 40% EMPTY HAHAHAHAHAHAHAGUFAAW HAHAHAHAHA Championship - maybe but Lg 2 defo for you! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo

7:23pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

warrens 76 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
want to read this as an echo headline.


ADKINS GETS THE SACK

72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.
of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up
Love it...
Oh dear......
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: want to read this as an echo headline. ADKINS GETS THE SACK 72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.[/p][/quote]of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up[/p][/quote]Love it...[/p][/quote]Oh dear...... Force14

7:23pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

warrens 76 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
want to read this as an echo headline.


ADKINS GETS THE SACK

72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.
of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up
Love it...
Oh dear......
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: want to read this as an echo headline. ADKINS GETS THE SACK 72 year old nigel adkins, has parted company with saints. after twenty odd years of wonderful success.and he leaves behind a fantastic legacy of a type of football called "the southampon way" I just hope I'm still around to see it mind.[/p][/quote]of course you will ,and you can hang your coat up[/p][/quote]Love it...[/p][/quote]Oh dear...... Force14

7:25pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
Is this your brain? " . "



WTFILN :O)
baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p
You can imply what you like...you usually do...

...but then again, you are a skunt clutching at any straw you can.

The correct spelling is "Newcastle" btw.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]Is this your brain? " . " WTFILN :O)[/p][/quote]baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p[/p][/quote]You can imply what you like...you usually do... ...but then again, you are a skunt clutching at any straw you can. The correct spelling is "Newcastle" btw. Baddesley Bill

7:29pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay?
Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay? Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face bluewhiteandred

7:31pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
Your last six games sounds like a result from the Eurovision song contest
Pompey ...Nil points!

HAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]Your last six games sounds like a result from the Eurovision song contest Pompey ...Nil points! HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo

7:33pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay?
Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face
I doubt if you would cos you'll be leaning over the toilet at the time

HAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay? Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face[/p][/quote]I doubt if you would cos you'll be leaning over the toilet at the time HAHAHAHA STID st1halo

7:35pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
Is this your brain? " . "



WTFILN :O)
baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p
You can imply what you like...you usually do...

...but then again, you are a skunt clutching at any straw you can.

The correct spelling is "Newcastle" btw.
You use spell check i dont ! typical SAINT , you reply i dont bully for you striped deck chair attentant
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]Is this your brain? " . " WTFILN :O)[/p][/quote]baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p[/p][/quote]You can imply what you like...you usually do... ...but then again, you are a skunt clutching at any straw you can. The correct spelling is "Newcastle" btw.[/p][/quote]You use spell check i dont ! typical SAINT , you reply i dont bully for you striped deck chair attentant bluewhiteandred

7:36pm Sun 18 Nov 12

warrens 76 says...

kent141 wrote:
2 wins against the other hopeless teams at the bottom of the table is not good enough.
Taxi for Adkins now
You really are a stroppy kent...wise name.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: 2 wins against the other hopeless teams at the bottom of the table is not good enough. Taxi for Adkins now[/p][/quote]You really are a stroppy kent...wise name. warrens 76

7:42pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7

DR. NOMONEY
FISHFINGER
YOU ONLY DIE ONCE

LIVE AND LET DIE


HAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo

7:43pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bindaredundat says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA
Is this your brain? " . "



WTFILN :O)
baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p
You can imply what you like...you usually do...

...but then again, you are a skunt clutching at any straw you can.

The correct spelling is "Newcastle" btw.
You use spell check i dont ! typical SAINT , you reply i dont bully for you striped deck chair attentant
multi-coloured skunt we can all see you don't use spell check also you don't use English all that well either
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: GOOD RESULT TODAY SUNDERLAND 3-1 AT FULHUM TODAY THEY ARE ON 11 POINTS AND GOOD RESULT READING SO NO PROGRESS MADE HA HA HA HA HA[/p][/quote]Is this your brain? " . " WTFILN :O)[/p][/quote]baddesley bill read your post previous you quoted Saints may have a chance against newcasle as they have hit bad form That statement implies saints are cr,p[/p][/quote]You can imply what you like...you usually do... ...but then again, you are a skunt clutching at any straw you can. The correct spelling is "Newcastle" btw.[/p][/quote]You use spell check i dont ! typical SAINT , you reply i dont bully for you striped deck chair attentant[/p][/quote]multi-coloured skunt we can all see you don't use spell check also you don't use English all that well either bindaredundat

7:43pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha
I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha bluewhiteandred

7:50pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha
*earlier
Also...we are second to "botton" cheers.


Here to help :O)
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]*earlier Also...we are second to "botton" cheers. Here to help :O) Baddesley Bill

7:50pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7

DR. NOMONEY
FISHFINGER
YOU ONLY DIE ONCE

LIVE AND LET DIE


HAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
New Bond film

you only won twice

You Tesco george Red Deck Chair fashion fans
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]New Bond film you only won twice You Tesco george Red Deck Chair fashion fans bluewhiteandred

7:51pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha
any one on here able to translate skuntish
i think it has said something like " i wish i could admit i like the saints and admit defeat that i can't saveportsmouthfc"
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]any one on here able to translate skuntish i think it has said something like " i wish i could admit i like the saints and admit defeat that i can't saveportsmouthfc" circa 66 saint

7:51pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay?
Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face
I would. He's a pr1ck like you!
Now f@ck off mongloid
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay? Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face[/p][/quote]I would. He's a pr1ck like you! Now f@ck off mongloid seventh-junction

7:52pm Sun 18 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Why dont you find deckchairs in Southampton you wear them !
Why dont you find deckchairs in Southampton you wear them ! bluewhiteandred

7:56pm Sun 18 Nov 12

warrens 76 says...

More Glory wrote:
Just thinking about the best post war managers in England.

1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said
2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts
3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides
4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side.
5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped.
6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football.
7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup
8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team
9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool.
10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness.
10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles.

If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis.

Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.
You started so well and then reverted to the **** Portsea low life garbage you are.....like the **** northern towns there seems to be a pride in portsmuff inversely proportional to how disgusting the place is......why is that?
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Just thinking about the best post war managers in England. 1. Bob Paisley - 3 European Cups, 6 titles in 9 years - nuff said 2. Alex Ferguson - 12 titles, 2 European Cups. Helped with all the sky money and retention of home gate receipts 3. Brian Clough. 2 league titles 2 European cups. All with provincial sides 4. Arsene Wenger. 3 league titles. 4 FA cups. transformed Arsenal into a great side to watch for neutrals. Built the side called the invincibles with the help of a Robert Pires dive. Given the one of the best ever English defences as a base, and maybe wasted it with mainly foreign players who weren't loyal to the club. One of the best football comments ever to Ferguson "Of course everyone thinks their wife is the prettiest" - referring to Fergies own side. 5. Stan Cullis. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups with players with very strange accents for which communication must have been almost impossible. Fluoride ingestion would not have helped. 6. Nigel Adkins. Took a provincial side to two consecutive promotions, and a paint pot trophy in front of fans who always turn on their manager and leave early for the exits. Respect - seriously. All this while having time to keep his sun tan fresh looking, being positive, meeting loads of strange farmer type fans at forums, then still being positive and fighting behind closed doors with the new Blofeld of English football. 7. Bill Shankly. 3 league titles, 2 FA cups UEFA cup 8. Howard Kendal. 2 league titles with a second city team 9. Kenny Dalglish. 4 league titles. Almost achieved titles with 3 clubs. Was bankrolled at Blackburn, and was given the best side in the country at Liverpool. 10. Don Revie. 2 league titles and many second places. Possibly the hardest ever team in the top flight. All of them together were able to overcome Graham Souness. 10. Bob Jackson. 2 league titles. If Nige keep going, and gets into 17th place this season, he could probably move up ahead of stan Cullis. Footnote. Brendan Rodgers doesnt count as he had the complete backing of his fans, and the beautiful football he has played at Swansea doesn't count as everyone expeccted to beat them and the opposition were psycholocially tricked into defeat. The saints are a much much bigger club, and can't get this effect and even though they have one of the best, bestest, and even bestier TM and poachiest academies in world football to rely on, we are talking kids here, and they are generally intimidated by the turn-coat fans, and the early exits.[/p][/quote]You started so well and then reverted to the **** Portsea low life garbage you are.....like the **** northern towns there seems to be a pride in portsmuff inversely proportional to how disgusting the place is......why is that? warrens 76

7:57pm Sun 18 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha
you are quite possibly the thickest,dopiest,stu
pidest uneducated boring feckin skunt. to have ever posted on here.and thats saying something judging you against what is very strong competition from the other thick,dopey,stupid, uneducated boring feckin skunts.

you got your pledge money ready yet.
£ 1000 gets you eeeeerrrrr
fcuk all................h
ahahaha ; O)
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]you are quite possibly the thickest,dopiest,stu pidest uneducated boring feckin skunt. to have ever posted on here.and thats saying something judging you against what is very strong competition from the other thick,dopey,stupid, uneducated boring feckin skunts. you got your pledge money ready yet. £ 1000 gets you eeeeerrrrr fcuk all................h ahahaha ; O) angus mc coatup

7:58pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Why dont you find deckchairs in Southampton you wear them !
Why don't you find flat fish in skuntsville.....you fcuk them!
Mongloid
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Why dont you find deckchairs in Southampton you wear them ![/p][/quote]Why don't you find flat fish in skuntsville.....you fcuk them! Mongloid seventh-junction

8:00pm Sun 18 Nov 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see.

You only win twice - err once
Dr No passion
The living Gaysway-lights
Trophies are forever
The cup is not enough
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough More Glory

8:01pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Why don't you find attendances over 13000 in skuntsville.......be
cause you're sh1t!
fewnotbrightandinbre
d...ha ha ha ha what a nonce.
You're not a mate of Jimmy saville are you??
Wah ha ha ha ha ha
Why don't you find attendances over 13000 in skuntsville.......be cause you're sh1t! fewnotbrightandinbre d...ha ha ha ha what a nonce. You're not a mate of Jimmy saville are you?? Wah ha ha ha ha ha seventh-junction

8:03pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7

DR. NOMONEY
FISHFINGER
YOU ONLY DIE ONCE

LIVE AND LET DIE


HAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
New Bond film

you only won twice

You Tesco george Red Deck Chair fashion fans
A SHEDLOAD OF SOLACE!
You stealing from Oxfam quasi Everton shirt wearing all things fish fans!


STID
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]New Bond film you only won twice You Tesco george Red Deck Chair fashion fans[/p][/quote]A SHEDLOAD OF SOLACE! You stealing from Oxfam quasi Everton shirt wearing all things fish fans! STID st1halo

8:04pm Sun 18 Nov 12

warrens 76 says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
50p in the Milton road...
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]50p in the Milton road... warrens 76

8:06pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see.

You only win twice - err once
Dr No passion
The living Gaysway-lights
Trophies are forever
The cup is not enough
Here comes another mongloid westwood wannabe pr1ck...honk honk.. it's the gory mong
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough[/p][/quote]Here comes another mongloid westwood wannabe pr1ck...honk honk.. it's the gory mong seventh-junction

8:12pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
I went yesterday( cheers Slugger and Baddesely Bill) and we were good tight and together.
I have read all the comments about our keeper but he was good brave up for it and enjoying it. Sure he was out of position for there goal but get over it. It was a good tactical decision by the Reverand Nigel to play him yesterday to give him confidence for the future. He will be a constant in our team in the future.
We have missed Cork he was great yesterday.Adam was a magician yesterday. Rickie was tough and brave Puncheon was the games star Shaw is now a regular alongside a classy Clyne and our centre backs are really starting to gel.
I have never felt anything but positive with the Reverand Nigel in charge and yesterday did nothing to dispel that.
I feel we our on our way now,my only worry is can we keep hold of the Rev.
BB and Strassie,looking forward to giving you a pound and a pint a piece.
Come on you O,s
PRAISE BE TO THE LORD!!!!

For twas written that the Reverand Nigel would conjure us a goal leading from a corner. And it came to pass that Bill and Strassie finally bagged a quid. It was so written.


Oh...and come on orient.

Amen :O)
I bagged a pint :)

Mind you, the second round will be on me :(

Oh well, roll on January and my chance to finally get to SMS this season.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: I went yesterday( cheers Slugger and Baddesely Bill) and we were good tight and together. I have read all the comments about our keeper but he was good brave up for it and enjoying it. Sure he was out of position for there goal but get over it. It was a good tactical decision by the Reverand Nigel to play him yesterday to give him confidence for the future. He will be a constant in our team in the future. We have missed Cork he was great yesterday.Adam was a magician yesterday. Rickie was tough and brave Puncheon was the games star Shaw is now a regular alongside a classy Clyne and our centre backs are really starting to gel. I have never felt anything but positive with the Reverand Nigel in charge and yesterday did nothing to dispel that. I feel we our on our way now,my only worry is can we keep hold of the Rev. BB and Strassie,looking forward to giving you a pound and a pint a piece. Come on you O,s[/p][/quote]PRAISE BE TO THE LORD!!!! For twas written that the Reverand Nigel would conjure us a goal leading from a corner. And it came to pass that Bill and Strassie finally bagged a quid. It was so written. Oh...and come on orient. Amen :O)[/p][/quote]I bagged a pint :) Mind you, the second round will be on me :( Oh well, roll on January and my chance to finally get to SMS this season. Strasbourg Saint

8:13pm Sun 18 Nov 12

warrens 76 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s

and you are not louder than us !
I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans...
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.[/p][/quote]Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s and you are not louder than us ![/p][/quote]I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans... warrens 76

8:14pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha
you are quite possibly the thickest,dopiest,stu

pidest uneducated boring feckin skunt. to have ever posted on here.and thats saying something judging you against what is very strong competition from the other thick,dopey,stupid, uneducated boring feckin skunts.

you got your pledge money ready yet.
£ 1000 gets you eeeeerrrrr
fcuk all................h

ahahaha ; O)
I did actually LOL at that Angus! :O)
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I said eary on that sunderland won 3-1 at fulham today and they had now 11 points the good news you deck chair itchen attendants i was wrong they have 12 points no one looked dont blame you as your botton of the league you are lot going down ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]you are quite possibly the thickest,dopiest,stu pidest uneducated boring feckin skunt. to have ever posted on here.and thats saying something judging you against what is very strong competition from the other thick,dopey,stupid, uneducated boring feckin skunts. you got your pledge money ready yet. £ 1000 gets you eeeeerrrrr fcuk all................h ahahaha ; O)[/p][/quote]I did actually LOL at that Angus! :O) Baddesley Bill

8:14pm Sun 18 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash.
They could call it "SKUNTFALL"
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes
Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!!
wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
WTFILN
Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay?
Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

STID
That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face
I would.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]Westwood: Do you expect me to pledge and pay? Reply; No Mr.Bond I expect you to die! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]That is funny made me giggle i would not say that to to westwoods face[/p][/quote]I would. mack chinnon

8:17pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see.

You only win twice - err once
Dr No passion
The living Gaysway-lights
Trophies are forever
The cup is not enough
THE STUPID SKUNT IS BACK you know the one who states facts without checking them
and ANGUS morning glory is as thick and stupid as your candidate multicoloured skunt
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough[/p][/quote]THE STUPID SKUNT IS BACK you know the one who states facts without checking them and ANGUS morning glory is as thick and stupid as your candidate multicoloured skunt circa 66 saint

8:17pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Force14 says...

warrens 76 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s

and you are not louder than us !
I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans...
Priceless comedy on here tonight..haha
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.[/p][/quote]Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s and you are not louder than us ![/p][/quote]I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans...[/p][/quote]Priceless comedy on here tonight..haha Force14

8:21pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see.

You only win twice - err once
Dr No passion
The living Gaysway-lights
Trophies are forever
The cup is not enough
Hey Gloria, hope you enjoyed our victory yesterday. If you want to see one you'll have to go off to your docks I'm afraid. That's the only place you're likely to see one!
HAHAHAHAHA
How about
The charity tins are not enough
Skuntopussy
On her majesty's service, never!
Liquidation is forever
HAHAHAHA


STID
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough[/p][/quote]Hey Gloria, hope you enjoyed our victory yesterday. If you want to see one you'll have to go off to your docks I'm afraid. That's the only place you're likely to see one! HAHAHAHAHA How about The charity tins are not enough Skuntopussy On her majesty's service, never! Liquidation is forever HAHAHAHA STID st1halo

8:29pm Sun 18 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see.

You only win twice - err once
Dr No passion
The living Gaysway-lights
Trophies are forever
The cup is not enough
THE STUPID SKUNT IS BACK you know the one who states facts without checking them
and ANGUS morning glory is as thick and stupid as your candidate multicoloured skunt
force kin 14, runs redwhiteinbred very close,there was only 1 brain cell in it.

and force kin had it.!!!
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough[/p][/quote]THE STUPID SKUNT IS BACK you know the one who states facts without checking them and ANGUS morning glory is as thick and stupid as your candidate multicoloured skunt[/p][/quote]force kin 14, runs redwhiteinbred very close,there was only 1 brain cell in it. and force kin had it.!!! angus mc coatup

8:32pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Force14 wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s

and you are not louder than us !
I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans...
Priceless comedy on here tonight..haha
There's a couple of mongloid skunts on here as well but they aren't contributing anything worthwhile except trying to get it on with each other.
What ever floats your boat eh mongloid
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.[/p][/quote]Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s and you are not louder than us ![/p][/quote]I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans...[/p][/quote]Priceless comedy on here tonight..haha[/p][/quote]There's a couple of mongloid skunts on here as well but they aren't contributing anything worthwhile except trying to get it on with each other. What ever floats your boat eh mongloid seventh-junction

8:36pm Sun 18 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

warrens 76 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.
Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s

and you are not louder than us !
I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans...
we won that match 0-1
there have been so many it's hard to remember all of them
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I think our fans once again exposed the lies coming out of Portsea Island. Not only are we greater in number we are also greater in volume.[/p][/quote]Our ground did not hold 32000 in premier Greater in number pompey v saints fa cup game 36000 at fratton park i was their in the 80 s and you are not louder than us ![/p][/quote]I was there too, with 9,000 saints fans so do not big it..plus 250 of us had tickets for the fratton enfd and got sussed so that means 9250 were saints fans...[/p][/quote]we won that match 0-1 there have been so many it's hard to remember all of them circa 66 saint

8:39pm Sun 18 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

007 ha ha ha ha ha
I've just laughed at one of my own posts.....good isn't it!!
Great comedy on here tonight.....I wonder what it's like on the skunts site......zzzzzzzzzz
zzzzz...
007 ha ha ha ha ha I've just laughed at one of my own posts.....good isn't it!! Great comedy on here tonight.....I wonder what it's like on the skunts site......zzzzzzzzzz zzzzz... seventh-junction

8:41pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Velleity wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
I love this style of argument:

Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them"

Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response.



All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support?

Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...
You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go!
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]I love this style of argument: Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them" Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response. All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support? Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...[/p][/quote]You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go! Bring back Branfoot

8:42pm Sun 18 Nov 12

More Glory says...

st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough
Hey Gloria, hope you enjoyed our victory yesterday. If you want to see one you'll have to go off to your docks I'm afraid. That's the only place you're likely to see one! HAHAHAHAHA How about The charity tins are not enough Skuntopussy On her majesty's service, never! Liquidation is forever HAHAHAHA STID
From Hush-here with love
For your eyes only -no changes required

characters from....
****'s for sure
Millio Stars-go (always)
Bores
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough[/p][/quote]Hey Gloria, hope you enjoyed our victory yesterday. If you want to see one you'll have to go off to your docks I'm afraid. That's the only place you're likely to see one! HAHAHAHAHA How about The charity tins are not enough Skuntopussy On her majesty's service, never! Liquidation is forever HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]From Hush-here with love For your eyes only -no changes required characters from.... ****'s for sure Millio Stars-go (always) Bores More Glory

8:42pm Sun 18 Nov 12

st1halo says...

seventh-junction wrote:
007 ha ha ha ha ha
I've just laughed at one of my own posts.....good isn't it!!
Great comedy on here tonight.....I wonder what it's like on the skunts site......zzzzzzzzzz

zzzzz...
*wind howls*
tumbleweed drifts across screen


HAHAHAHAHA


STID
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: 007 ha ha ha ha ha I've just laughed at one of my own posts.....good isn't it!! Great comedy on here tonight.....I wonder what it's like on the skunts site......zzzzzzzzzz zzzzz...[/p][/quote]*wind howls* tumbleweed drifts across screen HAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo

8:54pm Sun 18 Nov 12

More Glory says...

More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
More Glory wrote:
st1halo wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN
We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID
Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough
Hey Gloria, hope you enjoyed our victory yesterday. If you want to see one you'll have to go off to your docks I'm afraid. That's the only place you're likely to see one! HAHAHAHAHA How about The charity tins are not enough Skuntopussy On her majesty's service, never! Liquidation is forever HAHAHAHA STID
From Hush-here with love For your eyes only -no changes required characters from.... ****'s for sure Millio Stars-go (always) Bores
that was:

pu55y's for sure
[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]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: If the stinking fish fiddling inbred mongs lose again next week that will be W0 D0 L7. = 007.....They'll be able to make a spoof Bond movie to raise some cash. They could call it "SKUNTFALL" Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The clown westwood could play Bond and the old biddy on the scooter could play M Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha The only draw back will be getting enough extras for the crowd scenes Wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh and being able to pay anyone!!! wah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha WTFILN[/p][/quote]We could have a fookinfield day with this J7 DR. NOMONEY FISHFINGER YOU ONLY DIE ONCE LIVE AND LET DIE HAHAHAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]Good evening sHeilHA. On form tonight I see. You only win twice - err once Dr No passion The living Gaysway-lights Trophies are forever The cup is not enough[/p][/quote]Hey Gloria, hope you enjoyed our victory yesterday. If you want to see one you'll have to go off to your docks I'm afraid. That's the only place you're likely to see one! HAHAHAHAHA How about The charity tins are not enough Skuntopussy On her majesty's service, never! Liquidation is forever HAHAHAHA STID[/p][/quote]From Hush-here with love For your eyes only -no changes required characters from.... ****'s for sure Millio Stars-go (always) Bores[/p][/quote]that was: pu55y's for sure More Glory

9:02pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
I love this style of argument:

Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them"

Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response.



All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support?

Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...
You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go!
but we're saying that we support through thick and thin in order to assist as much as we can ............. why does that make anyone a muppet mr non fan ?
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]I love this style of argument: Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them" Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response. All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support? Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...[/p][/quote]You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go![/p][/quote]but we're saying that we support through thick and thin in order to assist as much as we can ............. why does that make anyone a muppet mr non fan ? slugger

9:05pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
I love this style of argument:

Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them"

Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response.



All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support?

Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...
You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go!
See, you're doing it again.

I say "we should stand behind the team" and you twist the meaning to suggest that I never think a manager should go ("In that case, why should any manager be sacked?" ) Silly extrapolation gets you nowhere.

No idea what ITV2 has to do with anything, so I'm lost on that front.

Tell you what, for a bloke who wasn't even interested enough to be registered on this site four days ago, you're a man of suddenly bold opinions picking arguments with all and sundry.

Good luck with the silly exaggerations: I look forward to many, many more of them.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]I love this style of argument: Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them" Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response. All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support? Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...[/p][/quote]You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go![/p][/quote]See, you're doing it again. I say "we should stand behind the team" and you twist the meaning to suggest that I never think a manager should go ("In that case, why should any manager be sacked?" ) Silly extrapolation gets you nowhere. No idea what ITV2 has to do with anything, so I'm lost on that front. Tell you what, for a bloke who wasn't even interested enough to be registered on this site four days ago, you're a man of suddenly bold opinions picking arguments with all and sundry. Good luck with the silly exaggerations: I look forward to many, many more of them. Velleity

9:07pm Sun 18 Nov 12

slugger says...

Velleity wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
I love this style of argument:

Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them"

Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response.



All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support?

Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...
You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go!
See, you're doing it again.

I say "we should stand behind the team" and you twist the meaning to suggest that I never think a manager should go ("In that case, why should any manager be sacked?" ) Silly extrapolation gets you nowhere.

No idea what ITV2 has to do with anything, so I'm lost on that front.

Tell you what, for a bloke who wasn't even interested enough to be registered on this site four days ago, you're a man of suddenly bold opinions picking arguments with all and sundry.

Good luck with the silly exaggerations: I look forward to many, many more of them.
like .
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]I love this style of argument: Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them" Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response. All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support? Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...[/p][/quote]You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go![/p][/quote]See, you're doing it again. I say "we should stand behind the team" and you twist the meaning to suggest that I never think a manager should go ("In that case, why should any manager be sacked?" ) Silly extrapolation gets you nowhere. No idea what ITV2 has to do with anything, so I'm lost on that front. Tell you what, for a bloke who wasn't even interested enough to be registered on this site four days ago, you're a man of suddenly bold opinions picking arguments with all and sundry. Good luck with the silly exaggerations: I look forward to many, many more of them.[/p][/quote]like . slugger

9:08pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone.

NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on.

Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .
Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters.

When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?
I love this style of argument:

Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them"

Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response.



All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support?

Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...
You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go!
Hmmm...another poster with two faces.Valliety will be logging your posts...
...your gonna get sussed again if you don't watch out Mr wum! ;O)
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.[/p][/quote]I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?[/p][/quote]you could always vote with your feet if you don't like it and let the supporters support .[/p][/quote]Oh, so being a supporter means if we were to lose 80% of the games over the next three months, we should all be right behind Adkins. You guys are brilliant, it's like the Premiership's version of the Manson Family. Nigel can do know wrong in the eyes of most of the club's supporters. When the subject of Nigel, maybe not being the way forward for the club comes up, some fans react as if they're being told Santa doesn't exist. This season has become, for some fans, about telling the media we are behind Adkins and not about evaluationg what has gone on in the off season and what is going on when we play. Do tell me, what colour is the sky in your world?[/p][/quote]I love this style of argument: Person 1 says, we need to stand behind the team whatever happens. Person 2 then says "So what you're saying is that if the team gets no more points over the next ten seasons, we should stand behind them" Poor. Very poor. And not worthy of response. All people are saying is that support tends to help teams to perform better. If that's the case, why not shout out your support? Please don't extrapolate from that that I'd support the team if they slaughtered all the first born children in the UK...[/p][/quote]You're a muppet! No one's saying they're going to stop following the team. Why should any manager be sacked? If you love the club you should support the manager, no matter what. you're a doughnut! Back to your itv2 you go![/p][/quote]Hmmm...another poster with two faces.Valliety will be logging your posts... ...your gonna get sussed again if you don't watch out Mr wum! ;O) Baddesley Bill

9:08pm Sun 18 Nov 12

petethephantom says...

southwest saint wrote:
Over the last few seasons we have had a great goalkeeper who has served the club brilliantly which has given us great stability. Is it possible that the defensive problems we have had this year have come from inconsistent goalkeeping because that must affect the whole team?
A goalkeeping error cost us two points last week when we should have had a clean sheet and if we were playing a better team yesterday you could see us conceding more goals with the current keeper. The defense is on edge all the time. He hasn't come for crosses and has also like yesterday been caught hopelessly out of position. we should have had another clean sheet yesterday. That was a really soft goal to give away and at a crucial time. Great how we pushed forward yesterday because I feared the worst after we conceded. I think 0-2 at half time was a defining time of the season. This was a our big chance to win away so when we conceded when we did I thought we would do well to get a draw. But they went on not to collapse but to dominate the game. Fortunately we were playing QPR who played with very little spirit.

Two wins and two clean sheets would have done wonders for confidence.

We have played three keepers in 12 games and we have had the incident with our Polish keeper on his home debut all very unsettling for the whole team.
I think we should bring Kelvin Davis back, can't think why he was ever dropped. He is short of match practice but he is consistent and brings stability to the rest of the team.

We play like no other team in the premier. Who else passes and moves as we did yesterday? It was great to watch. Plus we have shown we can dominate even the very big teams with this way of playing.
This is the Nigel Adkins way of playing so for that reason I am still a fan and think he deserves to stay. The way we can play reminds me of the way we played under Lawrie Mac.which were our most successful seasons. The thing is though it is very hard to maintain that movement for 90 minutes so we need a plan B and a solid defense.

Even with our bad start we are so nearly there.


Bring back Kelvin Davis
i agree
he copped games against both manchester sides, stpid defenive defeciences that cost us against wigan, and now there is alot more stability in the back 1/2 ... even thou i am still a wee bit worried about our japanesse back ( as i think he doesnt attack the ball much and lets players come to him)
So if NA is accessing all 3 keepers then give KD another go against the lesser opposition than he had to face b4.... We owe it to him... he stuck with us when he could have gone when we were at bottom of L1

Just a thought
COYR .... SYDNEY OZ
[quote][p][bold]southwest saint[/bold] wrote: Over the last few seasons we have had a great goalkeeper who has served the club brilliantly which has given us great stability. Is it possible that the defensive problems we have had this year have come from inconsistent goalkeeping because that must affect the whole team? A goalkeeping error cost us two points last week when we should have had a clean sheet and if we were playing a better team yesterday you could see us conceding more goals with the current keeper. The defense is on edge all the time. He hasn't come for crosses and has also like yesterday been caught hopelessly out of position. we should have had another clean sheet yesterday. That was a really soft goal to give away and at a crucial time. Great how we pushed forward yesterday because I feared the worst after we conceded. I think 0-2 at half time was a defining time of the season. This was a our big chance to win away so when we conceded when we did I thought we would do well to get a draw. But they went on not to collapse but to dominate the game. Fortunately we were playing QPR who played with very little spirit. Two wins and two clean sheets would have done wonders for confidence. We have played three keepers in 12 games and we have had the incident with our Polish keeper on his home debut all very unsettling for the whole team. I think we should bring Kelvin Davis back, can't think why he was ever dropped. He is short of match practice but he is consistent and brings stability to the rest of the team. We play like no other team in the premier. Who else passes and moves as we did yesterday? It was great to watch. Plus we have shown we can dominate even the very big teams with this way of playing. This is the Nigel Adkins way of playing so for that reason I am still a fan and think he deserves to stay. The way we can play reminds me of the way we played under Lawrie Mac.which were our most successful seasons. The thing is though it is very hard to maintain that movement for 90 minutes so we need a plan B and a solid defense. Even with our bad start we are so nearly there. Bring back Kelvin Davis[/p][/quote]i agree he copped games against both manchester sides, stpid defenive defeciences that cost us against wigan, and now there is alot more stability in the back 1/2 ... even thou i am still a wee bit worried about our japanesse back ( as i think he doesnt attack the ball much and lets players come to him) So if NA is accessing all 3 keepers then give KD another go against the lesser opposition than he had to face b4.... We owe it to him... he stuck with us when he could have gone when we were at bottom of L1 Just a thought COYR .... SYDNEY OZ petethephantom

9:08pm Sun 18 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have pledged! saints fans get behind their manager and players, poopey havent got a manager and cant appoint one, and they havent got many players, and cant buy any. any club can go and buy success but those that try get burnt unless they have big new stadiums and 40k plus fans in it! i am proud of the fact that saints produce their own players through the academy (we dont poach players, just cause they dont want to play for your lot!) and am proud that we have some players we had in L1 playing for us in the prem. i am also proud that we have a chairman who can accept apologies from players, who speak out against them and the club, and allow that player back into the fold. i will admit i thought that we should have got rid of punch, but am pleased that i was wrong and since he started playing again i gave him my full support, and didnt he play well yesterday, but thats what being a fan is all about.
I don't agree that even when the manager is serving up dross, the hard working fans should be expected to sit and swallow it. This isn't a school sports day, where no matter the result, the kids are all winners. The days of £2 to get in the Milton are long gone. NA, at heart, has good intentions, he wants the team to play attractive football, nice. But this overplaying in the final third just doesn't work in the Premiership. Also the GK situation & not sorting out the defense in the summer is not on. Weren't we one of the biggest spenders this summer? Shouldn't the fans expect better? If I go out for a meal & find a fly in my soup, I'm not going to sit there with a painted on smile. Or should I, so I can be considered a true customer?
so you have the same problems reading and understanding as you do watching football!
what i said was, saints fans have seen enough bad (dross) managers over the last 20 years to understand the difference between a bad manager riding his luck and a good manager who has no luck! NA has made mistakes, of that there is no doubt, however the mistakes he has made are not even comparable to the likes of branfoot, who couldnt see how good MLT was. the reason saints fans get behind NA is because they can see his potential and know he can go on to great things. when branfoot was manager the fans knew how bad he was, but at the same time still supported the team. thats what being a fan is about. you support the team you shout for the team and if you have a poor manager you raise the issues but you do so in a constructive manner. being a saints fan you know that a manager, who has just got the team from L1 to the prem in 2 years, should be given more than the 6-10 games at the start of the prem that some have given him! NA has proven he is a good manager with the way his teams have played in the `big` games manc and manure were lucky against us and they know it, you may say that he changed the game and cost us because of his subs, but we would never have been in a position to win without his tactics to start with!
saints fans have know quite a few relegation dog fight seasons and know that the way this team is playing we will not be down the bottom end for long. oh and the passing style is wonderful to watch and makes the oppos run and run to chase the ball. if you want ball over the top run and chase football then fine go and watch west hoof. all the pundits on motd/sky sports said how well we played yesterday, brilliant hanson said, wouldnt believe they are in the bottom 3 said lineker, they said how great it was to watch a team keep the ball and pass it around so well. they also said that when qpr got their goal they all thought the game would change but were impressed that saints heads never dropped and kept their style, now given that that is down to the manager i think hes done quite well dont you? and if you say no well fair enough but i would rather take the word of experts and those who have played the game to you who is just well a wum!
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: the reason that saints fans supported NA when we lost a few games is that being a supporter means that you back your team. if we were playing poorly or looked like we couldnt win games then NA would not have been given the backing he was, look at qpr yesterday! saints fans know and understand what its like to struggle at the bottom of the league with poor managers playing poorly. we know that NA is far better than some of the dross we have had in charge over the years (branfoot!) saints fans also know that being a supporter means you are there to cheer the team on when things arent going great, and we know that this gives the manager and players a lift. this is why saints fans kept going to st marys when in L1 and why we kept going at the start of this season. other teams dont have such great support, look at poopey, only 11,792 were at notarf yesterday, and that includes away fans. i wonder how many left early and if the few that remained booed the team off, i would say their team but its not its made up of loaners, this is a trait they try to throw at us whilst claiming they would never do such a thing! yes they may have a core support but only 2000 odd have ple