Puncheon backed for England call-up

JASON PUNCHEON

JASON PUNCHEON

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

Saints ace Jason Puncheon can play for England, according to the man who gave him his big break in football.

Paul Fairclough was manager at Barnet in 2006 when he signed the winger, whose career looked as if it might have been consigned to the scrapheap at the time.

Released from MK Dons, following their controversial move from Wimbledon, Puncheon had been turning out for non-league clubs such as Fisher Athletic and Lewes.

The Premier League seemed a long way off then.

But Fairclough, who said Puncheon couldn’t even hold down a regular place at non-league level at that time, believed he saw a player with top-flight potential.

His faith was not unfounded.

Puncheon, now 26, has starred for Saints on their return to the Premier League.

No performance was better than his inspirational one against QPR last weekend that helped the club secure a vital 3-1 win at their fellow strugglers.

It was a display that capped a remarkable transformation for Puncheon at St Mary’s, where he has gone from an outcast to a valued member of the first-team.

For Fairclough, though, that is no surprise.

He has witnessed first-hand how Puncheon has responded to adversity.

“Jason was at probably the lowest point of his career when he came to us,” said Fairclough.

“We took him on trial and, for me, it was blatantly obvious he was a lad with talent – no question about that.

“We provided him with a platform, we believed in him, and he performed for us.

“I always believed Jason had Premiership ability. The question mark was whether he had Premiership attitude.”

That is a question that has passed the lips of a number of Saints fans since he joined the club from Plymouth in January 2010.

After Alan Pardew, the manager who signed him, was sacked, Puncheon was frozen out for much of the League One and Championship promotion campaigns.

His career at St Mary’s then appeared to be over when he publicly criticised chairman Nicola Cortese at the start of this year.

But, after an apology, Puncheon was granted a clean slate. He has used it to good effect.

“I knew Jason was getting frustrated, but full credit to him and the staff down there,” said Fairclough.

“Someone seems to be pressing the right buttons for him at the club now. The manager is getting the best out of him.”

Fairclough, now manager of the England C team, for non-league players, admitted that a young Puncheon was not always easy to control.

“Jason was an angry young man and that was getting in his way,” recalled the 62-year-old, who is also director of football at Barnet.

“I would be telling you fibs if I said it was always easy with him.

“We had to be very patient at times with Jason.

“We kept him in line and showed him what we believed was the right way for him, both as a person and a footballer.

“He’s taken a while to grow up. He could test you and stretch you, but it was worth it because he’s got such great ability.

“He’s matured now. He’s a different man, he’s a proper man. He’s got a couple of children now, and that, I think, has helped him.

“The biggest thing he’s put into his game is work ethic.

“Sometimes the coin drops, and when it does with certain players you can get something really quite spectacular.”

Fairclough believes Puncheon’s talent is special enough that he could eventually earn consideration for the England team.

“I would love to see Jason pull on an England shirt,” he said. “Jason has got the quality. We are always bemoaning how short we are of left-sided players.

“He would kill for it, I think.”

Fairclough has challenged Puncheon to make sure that his current form is not just a flash in the pan.

“I’m hoping this is not just going to be a period in his game that is here one minute and gone the next,” he said.

“It’s about sustaining this now for Jason.

“He hasn’t peaked yet. I just want him to keep his head down and keep on this path. He’s a gifted player.”

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10:52am Thu 22 Nov 12

Puddletown Saint says...

Hmmm, the only thing that would get Punch an England call up would be to be an unused sub for a 'top six team'.

Punch in many ways is like Kelvin - can inspire one moment and despire you the next.

As a Saints player will always have my 100% support - he must prove a team player and have consistency for a good while.

C'mon Punch show us what you can do.Loving these threads now.
Hmmm, the only thing that would get Punch an England call up would be to be an unused sub for a 'top six team'. Punch in many ways is like Kelvin - can inspire one moment and despire you the next. As a Saints player will always have my 100% support - he must prove a team player and have consistency for a good while. C'mon Punch show us what you can do.Loving these threads now. Puddletown Saint
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11:05am Thu 22 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Is 'despire' a word? I like it, regardless.

Think it might be a bit early to be chanting for an England call up (some of his performances this season have been a little lacklustre, after all) but he's certainly heading in the right direction and sums up the 'together as one' motif more than anyone.
Is 'despire' a word? I like it, regardless. Think it might be a bit early to be chanting for an England call up (some of his performances this season have been a little lacklustre, after all) but he's certainly heading in the right direction and sums up the 'together as one' motif more than anyone. St Retford
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11:07am Thu 22 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

Great turnaround Jason, keep it up. Can't see the England thing myself but if performances stay at the current level for the rest of the season you never know.
I think Cline is the more likely candidate for a call up.
Great turnaround Jason, keep it up. Can't see the England thing myself but if performances stay at the current level for the rest of the season you never know. I think Cline is the more likely candidate for a call up. GX Saint
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11:24am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch.

Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets.
Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.
I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch. Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets. Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little. Strasbourg Saint
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11:26am Thu 22 Nov 12

Brite Spark says...

England?
He's only had one good game against a dire team.
England? He's only had one good game against a dire team. Brite Spark
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11:28am Thu 22 Nov 12

sarfhamton says...

he has to prove it over a whole season i think
he has to prove it over a whole season i think sarfhamton
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11:32am Thu 22 Nov 12

damoose says...

Jason had a few loan moves so sometimes his passes stray and moves break down but that should improve with more minutes on the pitch,hes a good player and we need good players that can work hard. he maybe wasted on the right, when he stays left we look more dangerous on the break
Jason had a few loan moves so sometimes his passes stray and moves break down but that should improve with more minutes on the pitch,hes a good player and we need good players that can work hard. he maybe wasted on the right, when he stays left we look more dangerous on the break damoose
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11:44am Thu 22 Nov 12

damoose says...

We all saw a future England left-back make his debut and it was classico,his first touch is amazing and he dosent waste the ball and defensively sound but still needs work on back post.. we all saw him trapped on the line, with option to keeper cut-out...what did he do?? thats a future England player the only question now is, can he do it for 90 minutes week in week out?
We all saw a future England left-back make his debut and it was classico,his first touch is amazing and he dosent waste the ball and defensively sound but still needs work on back post.. we all saw him trapped on the line, with option to keeper cut-out...what did he do?? thats a future England player the only question now is, can he do it for 90 minutes week in week out? damoose
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11:49am Thu 22 Nov 12

magnette says...

If someone I've never heard of thinks he's good then it must be true!
If someone I've never heard of thinks he's good then it must be true! magnette
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11:51am Thu 22 Nov 12

Confucious says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch.

Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets.
Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.
Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found.

I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight.

Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording.

And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch. Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets. Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.[/p][/quote]Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found. I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight. Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording. And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch. Confucious
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12:08pm Thu 22 Nov 12

miltonarcher says...

Sad when our away strip looks better than the home one.
Sad when our away strip looks better than the home one. miltonarcher
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12:12pm Thu 22 Nov 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

Better displays and better attitude lately.
Still got to be convinced though.
Still got no pace to go past players,(necessity at Prem level, in his position) and his right foot is used only to stop him falling over.
Work on these deficiencies and then I feel the England thing may work.
Heres hoping.
COYS.
Better displays and better attitude lately. Still got to be convinced though. Still got no pace to go past players,(necessity at Prem level, in his position) and his right foot is used only to stop him falling over. Work on these deficiencies and then I feel the England thing may work. Heres hoping. COYS. SFCOLDBOY
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12:13pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch.

Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets.
Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.
Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found.

I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight.

Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording.

And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.
Now I'm completastically confucionised!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch. Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets. Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.[/p][/quote]Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found. I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight. Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording. And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.[/p][/quote]Now I'm completastically confucionised! Strasbourg Saint
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12:15pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Dickosfc says...

I like Puncheon’s attitude this season and particularly the last couple of games. You can really tell he’s grown up a lot compared to the Puncheon of two seasons ago. Why not aim for England, I’d rather our players ambitions be high than just happy to survive each year.
.
Remember sssshhhhhhh
I like Puncheon’s attitude this season and particularly the last couple of games. You can really tell he’s grown up a lot compared to the Puncheon of two seasons ago. Why not aim for England, I’d rather our players ambitions be high than just happy to survive each year. . Remember sssshhhhhhh Dickosfc
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12:32pm Thu 22 Nov 12

RedArmy1 says...

sssssssssssssssssshh
hhh to the skates !!!

Don't miss out on FULHAM AWAY.

Tickets are available now from Fulhams website in the Neutral area of Craven Cottage. http://shop.fulhamfc
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ntfilter=home

RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!!
sssssssssssssssssshh hhh to the skates !!! Don't miss out on FULHAM AWAY. Tickets are available now from Fulhams website in the Neutral area of Craven Cottage. http://shop.fulhamfc .com/events.aspx...e ntfilter=home RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!! RedArmy1
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12:32pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch.

Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets.
Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.
Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found.

I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight.

Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording.

And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.
Now I'm completastically confucionised!
Anyway, I'm off. I have to go and imprintlify some basolistical English into the minds of my galiquesant French studologists.

Have a wondasious afterlunch everypeople.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch. Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets. Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.[/p][/quote]Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found. I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight. Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording. And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.[/p][/quote]Now I'm completastically confucionised![/p][/quote]Anyway, I'm off. I have to go and imprintlify some basolistical English into the minds of my galiquesant French studologists. Have a wondasious afterlunch everypeople. Strasbourg Saint
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12:33pm Thu 22 Nov 12

RedArmy1 says...

sssssssssssssssssshh
hhh to the skates !!!

Don't miss out on FULHAM AWAY.

Tickets are available now from Fulhams website in the Neutral area of Craven Cottage. http://shop.fulhamfc
.com/events.aspx...e
ntfilter=home

RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!!
sssssssssssssssssshh hhh to the skates !!! Don't miss out on FULHAM AWAY. Tickets are available now from Fulhams website in the Neutral area of Craven Cottage. http://shop.fulhamfc .com/events.aspx...e ntfilter=home RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!! RedArmy1
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12:34pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Nice picture of him on the front of the Pink leading the ssssshhhhhing campaign.
Nice picture of him on the front of the Pink leading the ssssshhhhhing campaign. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:59pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Sorry Punch, I don’t see you as England material right now, prove me wrong though.

I do see you though as someone that is applying yourself lately to our cause and is justifying yourself as a first team selection and so who knows what will happen if you are constantly in the spotlight of a winning Saints team?
Sorry Punch, I don’t see you as England material right now, prove me wrong though. I do see you though as someone that is applying yourself lately to our cause and is justifying yourself as a first team selection and so who knows what will happen if you are constantly in the spotlight of a winning Saints team? Mush On The Beach
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1:18pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Nice picture of him on the front of the Pink leading the ssssshhhhhing campaign.
A little LOL came out.

He's looked first class this season from afar. I remember that our Man Utd collapse started the minute he and Sir Ricky were dragged off despite bossing the game.

The fans forgive him, Cortese / Adkins forgives him, he forgives the fans so smiles all round.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Nice picture of him on the front of the Pink leading the ssssshhhhhing campaign.[/p][/quote]A little LOL came out. He's looked first class this season from afar. I remember that our Man Utd collapse started the minute he and Sir Ricky were dragged off despite bossing the game. The fans forgive him, Cortese / Adkins forgives him, he forgives the fans so smiles all round. Little Hitler
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1:32pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Sorry Punch, I don’t see you as England material right now, prove me wrong though.

I do see you though as someone that is applying yourself lately to our cause and is justifying yourself as a first team selection and so who knows what will happen if you are constantly in the spotlight of a winning Saints team?
You don't see him as England material. He will be devastated to learn that! But at least you think he's been applying himself lately. See Punch, every cloud!
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Sorry Punch, I don’t see you as England material right now, prove me wrong though. I do see you though as someone that is applying yourself lately to our cause and is justifying yourself as a first team selection and so who knows what will happen if you are constantly in the spotlight of a winning Saints team?[/p][/quote]You don't see him as England material. He will be devastated to learn that! But at least you think he's been applying himself lately. See Punch, every cloud! Southampton Dominance
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1:37pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Confucious says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
sssssssssssssssssshh

hhh to the skates !!!

Don't miss out on FULHAM AWAY.

Tickets are available now from Fulhams website in the Neutral area of Craven Cottage. http://shop.fulhamfc

.com/events.aspx...e

ntfilter=home

RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!!
And there was me thinking that, even if Southampton and its magnicifent football club should last for a thousand years, people will never hear RedArmy1 say "Ssssssssssssshh hhh."
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: sssssssssssssssssshh hhh to the skates !!! Don't miss out on FULHAM AWAY. Tickets are available now from Fulhams website in the Neutral area of Craven Cottage. http://shop.fulhamfc .com/events.aspx...e ntfilter=home RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH. THE SAINTS GO MARCHING ON-ON-ON !!![/p][/quote]And there was me thinking that, even if Southampton and its magnicifent football club should last for a thousand years, people will never hear RedArmy1 say "Ssssssssssssshh hhh." Confucious
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1:50pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music..... Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:52pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch.

Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets.
Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.
Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found.

I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight.

Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording.

And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.
Now I'm completastically confucionised!
Anyway, I'm off. I have to go and imprintlify some basolistical English into the minds of my galiquesant French studologists.

Have a wondasious afterlunch everypeople.
We are just a few syllables from turing into te Stanley Unwin appreciation society. If you remember the peculiar old boy you will know what I mean.

As Stanley would have said:

Punchy punchy young aggressy in the traincamp oh yes found himself deep in the fundamold and neckful of mire. Then Cortese fantaisy made sorry himsay oh grovelly grovelly and then back on greeny pitch with goaly goaly and mucho applausible. Oh very very goody with the fanbase terrace seated. Punchy in the whitey whitey lion threesome shirty, anonymous track suity suity spouty spout. Complete bollocky bollocky somesay but then again strangeness in the worldyfold is mucho evidencible.

... or something simlar to that.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch. Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets. Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.[/p][/quote]Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found. I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight. Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording. And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.[/p][/quote]Now I'm completastically confucionised![/p][/quote]Anyway, I'm off. I have to go and imprintlify some basolistical English into the minds of my galiquesant French studologists. Have a wondasious afterlunch everypeople.[/p][/quote]We are just a few syllables from turing into te Stanley Unwin appreciation society. If you remember the peculiar old boy you will know what I mean. As Stanley would have said: Punchy punchy young aggressy in the traincamp oh yes found himself deep in the fundamold and neckful of mire. Then Cortese fantaisy made sorry himsay oh grovelly grovelly and then back on greeny pitch with goaly goaly and mucho applausible. Oh very very goody with the fanbase terrace seated. Punchy in the whitey whitey lion threesome shirty, anonymous track suity suity spouty spout. Complete bollocky bollocky somesay but then again strangeness in the worldyfold is mucho evidencible. ... or something simlar to that. Alicesdad
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1:56pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Scarborosaint says...

Think he needs a full season of consistent performances to cement a place in saints team let alone England but like his attitude this season , he can be temperamental but has undoubted talent to add to his renewed desire and work rate
Think he needs a full season of consistent performances to cement a place in saints team let alone England but like his attitude this season , he can be temperamental but has undoubted talent to add to his renewed desire and work rate Scarborosaint
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1:56pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Scarborosaint says...

Think he needs a full season of consistent performances to cement a place in saints team let alone England but like his attitude this season , he can be temperamental but has undoubted talent to add to his renewed desire and work rate
Think he needs a full season of consistent performances to cement a place in saints team let alone England but like his attitude this season , he can be temperamental but has undoubted talent to add to his renewed desire and work rate Scarborosaint
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2:05pm Thu 22 Nov 12

devonsaint2 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted.
Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated.
The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it.
I guess a museum
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted. Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated. The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it. I guess a museum devonsaint2
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2:05pm Thu 22 Nov 12

devonsaint2 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted.
Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated.
The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it.
I guess a museum
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted. Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated. The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it. I guess a museum devonsaint2
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2:05pm Thu 22 Nov 12

devonsaint2 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted.
Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated.
The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it.
I guess a museum
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted. Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated. The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it. I guess a museum devonsaint2
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2:06pm Thu 22 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
In my experience of the law, the most likely outcome will be the case will be adjourned for another couple of months and things will carry on in their shoddy, rambling fashion for a while longer. Still, it will let PKF celebrate its first birthday of running the club in administration. We should send a cake.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]In my experience of the law, the most likely outcome will be the case will be adjourned for another couple of months and things will carry on in their shoddy, rambling fashion for a while longer. Still, it will let PKF celebrate its first birthday of running the club in administration. We should send a cake. St Retford
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2:07pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
May I offer a cheery cool alternative sound track, The Liquidator (reggae instrumental) by Harry J All-stars, it does it exactly what is says on the tin
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]May I offer a cheery cool alternative sound track, The Liquidator (reggae instrumental) by Harry J All-stars, it does it exactly what is says on the tin Mush On The Beach
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2:26pm Thu 22 Nov 12

PTID1898 says...

Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP
Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP PTID1898
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2:27pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

i think his partnership with clyne as a lot to with it.butb he needs to be more consistant in the saints team ,i found pushing the keeper in the fulham game annoying.he gets fruiastrated at times ,but the saints right and side does have a good bal;ance with these 2 .the left still needs attention ,the middle 2 starting to gel jack in morgan ,and the team just looks more organised,and everyone knows what there job is .it looks a team that can pick up points now.time will tell.with 2 home games coming up toon and the canaries
i think his partnership with clyne as a lot to with it.butb he needs to be more consistant in the saints team ,i found pushing the keeper in the fulham game annoying.he gets fruiastrated at times ,but the saints right and side does have a good bal;ance with these 2 .the left still needs attention ,the middle 2 starting to gel jack in morgan ,and the team just looks more organised,and everyone knows what there job is .it looks a team that can pick up points now.time will tell.with 2 home games coming up toon and the canaries saintkenny
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2:27pm Thu 22 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

It might sound far fetched at the moment but if you had told anyone at xmas 1965 that GEOOF HURST of West Ham would be picked for the England World Cup squad you would have been taken away to the funny farm in true NAPOLEON X1V style.Never say never in football.
SOUTHAMPTON to sign Kevin Keegan from Hamburg.NEVER
LEAGUE 2 NO HOPERS SOUTHAMPTON TO BEAT THE MIGHTY MANCHESTER UNITED IN AN FA CUP FINAL.NEVER.
NICOLA CORTESE TO ALLOW A RADIO SOLENT SAINTS FAN FORUM AT ST MARYS.NEVER
Well maybe some things in football are too ridiculous to imagine.
It might sound far fetched at the moment but if you had told anyone at xmas 1965 that GEOOF HURST of West Ham would be picked for the England World Cup squad you would have been taken away to the funny farm in true NAPOLEON X1V style.Never say never in football. SOUTHAMPTON to sign Kevin Keegan from Hamburg.NEVER LEAGUE 2 NO HOPERS SOUTHAMPTON TO BEAT THE MIGHTY MANCHESTER UNITED IN AN FA CUP FINAL.NEVER. NICOLA CORTESE TO ALLOW A RADIO SOLENT SAINTS FAN FORUM AT ST MARYS.NEVER Well maybe some things in football are too ridiculous to imagine. CB FRY LIVES
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2:30pm Thu 22 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
May I offer a cheery cool alternative sound track, The Liquidator (reggae instrumental) by Harry J All-stars, it does it exactly what is says on the tin
The LIQUIDATOR used to be the anthem for the stamford bridge boot boys back in the late 60's-early 60's.Now they probably get their rocks off to THE SONG OF THE VOLGA BOATMAN.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]May I offer a cheery cool alternative sound track, The Liquidator (reggae instrumental) by Harry J All-stars, it does it exactly what is says on the tin[/p][/quote]The LIQUIDATOR used to be the anthem for the stamford bridge boot boys back in the late 60's-early 60's.Now they probably get their rocks off to THE SONG OF THE VOLGA BOATMAN. CB FRY LIVES
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2:32pm Thu 22 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

devonsaint2 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....
As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted. Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated. The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it. I guess a museum
About half past 10 on the first morning of the hearing :-) How they'll find content to spin it out into 2 days I don't know.
[quote][p][bold]devonsaint2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]As someone smart said last night, what time do you value the Park at. When they had their 1st administration or now. The value has plummeted. Now I guess it's nearly worthless., especially when they are relegated. The other point is ,its a developer buying it for the trust to rent. When they can't pay the rent I wonder what he will do with it. I guess a museum[/p][/quote]About half past 10 on the first morning of the hearing :-) How they'll find content to spin it out into 2 days I don't know. GX Saint
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2:32pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP
next forcast you said we lose and skunts would win 2 nil .8th defeat in the row on the way .LIQUIDATION OR LEAGUE TO BEKONS ,THE LATTER IF YOUR LUCKY UTS
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP[/p][/quote]next forcast you said we lose and skunts would win 2 nil .8th defeat in the row on the way .LIQUIDATION OR LEAGUE TO BEKONS ,THE LATTER IF YOUR LUCKY UTS saintkenny
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2:37pm Thu 22 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Shhhhhh!
Shhhhhh! St Retford
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2:41pm Thu 22 Nov 12

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

Puts a couple of quid on his value !! If we need to sell him !
Puts a couple of quid on his value !! If we need to sell him ! SPIKEISLANDTRADER
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2:47pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

007....skuntfall....
.Cue the Bond theme
007....skuntfall.... .Cue the Bond theme seventh-junction
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2:53pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

I see the Football League Representatives X1 are now whinging about staying in the Marroitt Hotel and away from their families etc.
The truth is they can't stand living in a complete sh1thole like skuntsmuff and getting booed and racially abused at every game.
Can't blame them really..007 skuntfall...Sssshhhh
h
I see the Football League Representatives X1 are now whinging about staying in the Marroitt Hotel and away from their families etc. The truth is they can't stand living in a complete sh1thole like skuntsmuff and getting booed and racially abused at every game. Can't blame them really..007 skuntfall...Sssshhhh h seventh-junction
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4:08pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!???

You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs!


Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh
hhhhh!
SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!??? You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs! Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh hhhhh! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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4:19pm Thu 22 Nov 12

TheSaintsMan says...

Puncheon has been fantastic this season, he fully deserves a call-up. When I saw him play against Fulham, other than Fonte (of course) he was the only bright spark on the pitch.
Puncheon has been fantastic this season, he fully deserves a call-up. When I saw him play against Fulham, other than Fonte (of course) he was the only bright spark on the pitch. TheSaintsMan
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4:22pm Thu 22 Nov 12

chunkyrussell says...

I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet.

On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask;
what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth):
Lambert
Walcott
Bale
Oxo
Cork
A Svensson
Bridge
Lundekvam
M Svensson
Clyne
Niemi

There - I could be wrong...
I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet. On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask; what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth): Lambert Walcott Bale Oxo Cork A Svensson Bridge Lundekvam M Svensson Clyne Niemi There - I could be wrong... chunkyrussell
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4:23pm Thu 22 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

In reporting the Lazio ultras ambush of the Spurs fans in a Rome bar, the BBC appear to have cut a corner and used a library photo in their article.
http://www.bbc.co.uk
/news/world-europe-2
0442906

To me that looks like a typical P'muff hostelry round about opening time. Poor journalism.
In reporting the Lazio ultras ambush of the Spurs fans in a Rome bar, the BBC appear to have cut a corner and used a library photo in their article. http://www.bbc.co.uk /news/world-europe-2 0442906 To me that looks like a typical P'muff hostelry round about opening time. Poor journalism. GX Saint
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4:34pm Thu 22 Nov 12

sfc-4eva- says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!??? You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs! Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh hhhhh!
TUT TUT.

You have been told!!!. Lol

Shhhhhhhhhhhhh!!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!??? You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs! Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh hhhhh![/p][/quote]TUT TUT. You have been told!!!. Lol Shhhhhhhhhhhhh!! sfc-4eva-
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4:39pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

beware the skunt in disguise.....
beware the skunt in disguise..... angus mc coatup
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4:49pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

Punch is young enough, hopefully now focused enough & is rapidly becoming a key fixture in the squad. I agree with others who have said not this season, it looks like the England set up know all about Punch's personality so give him time to mature even further, then lets hopefully see how good he becomes. Average age of the squad against QPR was 24, possibly the youngest overall average age in the Prem ever, yet it looked like they have been playing in it for years, oh the future's so bright. As for the dark Dickensian slum inhabitants constantly in despair 17 long miles down the M27, Shhhhhhhhhhhh!
Punch is young enough, hopefully now focused enough & is rapidly becoming a key fixture in the squad. I agree with others who have said not this season, it looks like the England set up know all about Punch's personality so give him time to mature even further, then lets hopefully see how good he becomes. Average age of the squad against QPR was 24, possibly the youngest overall average age in the Prem ever, yet it looked like they have been playing in it for years, oh the future's so bright. As for the dark Dickensian slum inhabitants constantly in despair 17 long miles down the M27, Shhhhhhhhhhhh! Tye-Dye pt2
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4:59pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP
ПОЖАЛУЙСТА БУДЬТЕ ТИХИ
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP[/p][/quote]ПОЖАЛУЙСТА БУДЬТЕ ТИХИ OSPREYSAINT
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5:01pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

scooter75 wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
I see the Football League Representatives X1 are now whinging about staying in the Marroitt Hotel and away from their families etc.
The truth is they can't stand living in a complete sh1thole like skuntsmuff and getting booed and racially abused at every game.
Can't blame them really..007 skuntfall...Sssshhhh


h
sssssshhhhhh..... silly boy
Bitte auf die Ruhe achten!
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: I see the Football League Representatives X1 are now whinging about staying in the Marroitt Hotel and away from their families etc. The truth is they can't stand living in a complete sh1thole like skuntsmuff and getting booed and racially abused at every game. Can't blame them really..007 skuntfall...Sssshhhh h[/p][/quote]sssssshhhhhh..... silly boy[/p][/quote]Bitte auf die Ruhe achten! OSPREYSAINT
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5:02pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!???

You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs!


Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh

hhhhh!
Agree completely.

First and foremost, I agree that Kenny's contributions are magnificent.
Second, I agree this isn't an English (grammar) forum.
Third, I forgive any genuine Saint (even you, Seed) the odd missed comma. (Only WUMs and skunts should be subject to corrections on a regular basis, and only correct a skunt by osmosis – no contact needed, it doesn’t help and could cause infection.)
Fourth, (and very much least) Kenny, shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
hhhhhhhhhh!!!!

Oh, and Seed, for the record, you should have written 'YOUR contribution .....' FFS! Write 100 times:
‘I mustn’t confuse YOUR with YOU’RE, then stand in the corner until home time. :)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!??? You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs! Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh hhhhh![/p][/quote]Agree completely. First and foremost, I agree that Kenny's contributions are magnificent. Second, I agree this isn't an English (grammar) forum. Third, I forgive any genuine Saint (even you, Seed) the odd missed comma. (Only WUMs and skunts should be subject to corrections on a regular basis, and only correct a skunt by osmosis – no contact needed, it doesn’t help and could cause infection.) Fourth, (and very much least) Kenny, shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhh!!!! Oh, and Seed, for the record, you should have written 'YOUR contribution .....' FFS! Write 100 times: ‘I mustn’t confuse YOUR with YOU’RE, then stand in the corner until home time. :) Strasbourg Saint
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5:11pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!???

You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs!


Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh


hhhhh!
Agree completely.

First and foremost, I agree that Kenny's contributions are magnificent.
Second, I agree this isn't an English (grammar) forum.
Third, I forgive any genuine Saint (even you, Seed) the odd missed comma. (Only WUMs and skunts should be subject to corrections on a regular basis, and only correct a skunt by osmosis – no contact needed, it doesn’t help and could cause infection.)
Fourth, (and very much least) Kenny, shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

hhhhhhhhhh!!!!

Oh, and Seed, for the record, you should have written 'YOUR contribution .....' FFS! Write 100 times:
‘I mustn’t confuse YOUR with YOU’RE, then stand in the corner until home time. :)
And it should have been "particularLY".

Dunce's cap on, Seed.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SaintKenny what thefuck are you doing??!!!??? You're contributions to the debate are magnificent. I know some knock your punctuation but as you said yourself it's not an English Forum. We forgive you the odd missed comma but never ever address a skunt directly! Particular the runt one ffs! Ssssssssssshhhhhhhhh hhhhh![/p][/quote]Agree completely. First and foremost, I agree that Kenny's contributions are magnificent. Second, I agree this isn't an English (grammar) forum. Third, I forgive any genuine Saint (even you, Seed) the odd missed comma. (Only WUMs and skunts should be subject to corrections on a regular basis, and only correct a skunt by osmosis – no contact needed, it doesn’t help and could cause infection.) Fourth, (and very much least) Kenny, shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhh!!!! Oh, and Seed, for the record, you should have written 'YOUR contribution .....' FFS! Write 100 times: ‘I mustn’t confuse YOUR with YOU’RE, then stand in the corner until home time. :)[/p][/quote]And it should have been "particularLY". Dunce's cap on, Seed. Velleity
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5:11pm Thu 22 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
PTID1898 wrote: Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP
ПОЖАЛУЙСТА БУДЬТЕ ТИХИ
nice one cyrillic
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP[/p][/quote]ПОЖАЛУЙСТА БУДЬТЕ ТИХИ[/p][/quote]nice one cyrillic GX Saint
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5:13pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Velleity says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP
ПОЖАЛУЙСТА БУДЬТЕ ТИХИ
Ш.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Why would you put players from a s**t team at the bottom of the premier league who will get relegated in the england squad? that would make england worse than they are now,PUP[/p][/quote]ПОЖАЛУЙСТА БУДЬТЕ ТИХИ[/p][/quote]Ш. Velleity
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5:14pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you. OSPREYSAINT
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5:18pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

If Punch continues to improve in the way he has in the last 12 months, there is no reason why he shouldn't be considered for a call up.

So good to see him turn things around the way he has...no doubt his head is in the right place now.

Well done to all involved.

As for our little skunt runt on here...he needs to learn to speak to his elders (and betters) only when spoken to.

sssssssshhhhhh little skatelet.....ssssssh
hhhhhh :O)
If Punch continues to improve in the way he has in the last 12 months, there is no reason why he shouldn't be considered for a call up. So good to see him turn things around the way he has...no doubt his head is in the right place now. Well done to all involved. As for our little skunt runt on here...he needs to learn to speak to his elders (and betters) only when spoken to. sssssssshhhhhh little skatelet.....ssssssh hhhhhh :O) Baddesley Bill
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5:19pm Thu 22 Nov 12

up saints says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter. up saints
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5:21pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

up saints wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.
that's all that matters .
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.[/p][/quote]that's all that matters . slugger
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5:23pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
Oh God! Please please let it be so!!
That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!!

Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]Oh God! Please please let it be so!! That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!! Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!! STID *Cue the Bond theme* st1halo
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5:24pm Thu 22 Nov 12

up saints says...

slugger wrote:
up saints wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.
that's all that matters .
thankyou slugger see you sunday afternoon
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.[/p][/quote]that's all that matters .[/p][/quote]thankyou slugger see you sunday afternoon up saints
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5:25pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

up saints wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.
Not your fault, I blame it on Mrs Thatchers education policies. As long as you can spell Saints correctly, something our fishy friends have difficulty with, you are OK in my book.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.[/p][/quote]Not your fault, I blame it on Mrs Thatchers education policies. As long as you can spell Saints correctly, something our fishy friends have difficulty with, you are OK in my book. OSPREYSAINT
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5:26pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

up saints wrote:
slugger wrote:
up saints wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.
that's all that matters .
thankyou slugger see you sunday afternoon
okey dokey .
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]well i can;t spell grammer is crap don't give a monkies arm pit iam a saints supporter.[/p][/quote]that's all that matters .[/p][/quote]thankyou slugger see you sunday afternoon[/p][/quote]okey dokey . slugger
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5:26pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Alicesdad wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch.

Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets.
Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.
Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found.

I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight.

Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording.

And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.
Now I'm completastically confucionised!
Anyway, I'm off. I have to go and imprintlify some basolistical English into the minds of my galiquesant French studologists.

Have a wondasious afterlunch everypeople.
We are just a few syllables from turing into te Stanley Unwin appreciation society. If you remember the peculiar old boy you will know what I mean.

As Stanley would have said:

Punchy punchy young aggressy in the traincamp oh yes found himself deep in the fundamold and neckful of mire. Then Cortese fantaisy made sorry himsay oh grovelly grovelly and then back on greeny pitch with goaly goaly and mucho applausible. Oh very very goody with the fanbase terrace seated. Punchy in the whitey whitey lion threesome shirty, anonymous track suity suity spouty spout. Complete bollocky bollocky somesay but then again strangeness in the worldyfold is mucho evidencible.

... or something simlar to that.
Like it!!
Always used to amaze me how quick he was. He would talk b0ll0ks but you could still understand what he was on about. Definetely not Skuntese!


STID
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I like that picture above. I'm going to show it to the wife. She thinks I need to lose a bit of weight; I think I'm as fit as Punch. Despire: (verb - rarely used today) the slight sign of sweat on the face of a cool person when any average Joe would be sweating buckets. Example, 'There was a sudden light failure in the BBC studio, Hansen turned purple and started sweating but Des Lynam coolly continued despite at first despiring a little.[/p][/quote]Hurrah - Punch,the prodigal son, was lost, but now he is found. I explained successfully the numbers to my wife ie I'm not overweight at all, but 4 inches underheight. Glad you've explained despire is a proper word. I agonaired over that - didn't know whether to empathair with Puddletown or leave him chastaired for bad wording. And to be fair, it's a living language and there should always be room for improvairing with it - just as Nige Adkinised the team sheet by inclusioning Punch.[/p][/quote]Now I'm completastically confucionised![/p][/quote]Anyway, I'm off. I have to go and imprintlify some basolistical English into the minds of my galiquesant French studologists. Have a wondasious afterlunch everypeople.[/p][/quote]We are just a few syllables from turing into te Stanley Unwin appreciation society. If you remember the peculiar old boy you will know what I mean. As Stanley would have said: Punchy punchy young aggressy in the traincamp oh yes found himself deep in the fundamold and neckful of mire. Then Cortese fantaisy made sorry himsay oh grovelly grovelly and then back on greeny pitch with goaly goaly and mucho applausible. Oh very very goody with the fanbase terrace seated. Punchy in the whitey whitey lion threesome shirty, anonymous track suity suity spouty spout. Complete bollocky bollocky somesay but then again strangeness in the worldyfold is mucho evidencible. ... or something simlar to that.[/p][/quote]Like it!! Always used to amaze me how quick he was. He would talk b0ll0ks but you could still understand what he was on about. Definetely not Skuntese! STID st1halo
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5:28pm Thu 22 Nov 12

MGRA says...

Punch could play for England.... Timmy Mallet could be the next director general of the CIA.... its all "coulds"....
Punch could play for England.... Timmy Mallet could be the next director general of the CIA.... its all "coulds".... MGRA
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5:31pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .
to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never . slugger
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5:32pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintmicky says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced? saintmicky
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5:35pm Thu 22 Nov 12

up saints says...

slugger wrote:
to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .
i think llalana should get the nod first
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .[/p][/quote]i think llalana should get the nod first up saints
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5:36pm Thu 22 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

saintmicky wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced?
Forum is mirroring the fortunes of the Saints saintmickey.
Onwards and upwards ... 72 hours from now we'll be out of the bottom three
[quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced?[/p][/quote]Forum is mirroring the fortunes of the Saints saintmickey. Onwards and upwards ... 72 hours from now we'll be out of the bottom three GX Saint
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5:41pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

up saints wrote:
slugger wrote:
to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .
i think llalana should get the nod first
absolutely , still our best player imo .
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .[/p][/quote]i think llalana should get the nod first[/p][/quote]absolutely , still our best player imo . slugger
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5:42pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

slugger wrote:
to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .
dead right slugger,but you never know.

remember michael ricketts,and
david nugent.or even stuart ripley.
so anything is possible.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .[/p][/quote]dead right slugger,but you never know. remember michael ricketts,and david nugent.or even stuart ripley. so anything is possible. angus mc coatup
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5:42pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

saintmicky wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced?
If you ask after the news comes out of the High Court on Dec 13/14, we'll let you know!!


OOOO! Fingers crossed!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
[quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced?[/p][/quote]If you ask after the news comes out of the High Court on Dec 13/14, we'll let you know!! OOOO! Fingers crossed! STID *Cue the Bond theme* st1halo
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5:44pm Thu 22 Nov 12

up saints says...

GX Saint wrote:
saintmicky wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.
A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced?
Forum is mirroring the fortunes of the Saints saintmickey.
Onwards and upwards ... 72 hours from now we'll be out of the bottom three
good chance i would take 4 points from newcastle and norwich is it a little greedy to ask for 6
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmicky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: This Forum is becoming a mecca for those seeking free education, the Grammar and Spelling Police are here to help, our services are free and have a Super No Money Back Guarantee. All we ask is that you use your free lessons to enhance the quality of the Forum, thank you.[/p][/quote]A week away and I return to a positive article interestingly debated, virtually skunt free and quality Stanley Unwin from Alicesdad! I have to ask; could the quality of the forum be enhanced?[/p][/quote]Forum is mirroring the fortunes of the Saints saintmickey. Onwards and upwards ... 72 hours from now we'll be out of the bottom three[/p][/quote]good chance i would take 4 points from newcastle and norwich is it a little greedy to ask for 6 up saints
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5:47pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .
dead right slugger,but you never know.

remember michael ricketts,and
david nugent.or even stuart ripley.
so anything is possible.
Yeah... or Kieran Dyer from Newcastle...jeez
Or Wayne Rooney for that matter !

STID
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: to be honest i don't think jason is anywhere near england class .......... but never say never .[/p][/quote]dead right slugger,but you never know. remember michael ricketts,and david nugent.or even stuart ripley. so anything is possible.[/p][/quote]Yeah... or Kieran Dyer from Newcastle...jeez Or Wayne Rooney for that matter ! STID st1halo
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5:59pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
Oh God! Please please let it be so!!
That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!!

Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
This is the end (Milton)?)
Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?)
Feel the earth move and then
Hear my heart burst again

For this is the end (Fratton?)
I've drowned and dreamt this moment
So overdue, I owe them (big time)
Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual)

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together
At skuntfall
At skuntfall
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]Oh God! Please please let it be so!! That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!! Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]This is the end (Milton)?) Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?) Feel the earth move and then Hear my heart burst again For this is the end (Fratton?) I've drowned and dreamt this moment So overdue, I owe them (big time) Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual) Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together At skuntfall At skuntfall OSPREYSAINT
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6:37pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Like.....could have squeezed a Sssshhhh in there somewhere and it would have been perfect!!
Like.....could have squeezed a Sssshhhh in there somewhere and it would have been perfect!! seventh-junction
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6:51pm Thu 22 Nov 12

noodlesnewman says...

Brite Spark wrote:
England?
He's only had one good game against a dire team.
Obviously a skate that has,nt watched many saints games , man u game he ran em ragged ! to name but one , when he s on form with his mind foccused he s hard for any opposition to cope with ! With our multimillion £ training ground etc i m sure he l get miles better , so me thinks the big call up could come .
[quote][p][bold]Brite Spark[/bold] wrote: England? He's only had one good game against a dire team.[/p][/quote]Obviously a skate that has,nt watched many saints games , man u game he ran em ragged ! to name but one , when he s on form with his mind foccused he s hard for any opposition to cope with ! With our multimillion £ training ground etc i m sure he l get miles better , so me thinks the big call up could come . noodlesnewman
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7:03pm Thu 22 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

chunkyrussell wrote:
I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet.

On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask;
what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth):
Lambert
Walcott
Bale
Oxo
Cork
A Svensson
Bridge
Lundekvam
M Svensson
Clyne
Niemi

There - I could be wrong...
Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.
[quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet. On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask; what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth): Lambert Walcott Bale Oxo Cork A Svensson Bridge Lundekvam M Svensson Clyne Niemi There - I could be wrong...[/p][/quote]Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh. mack chinnon
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7:41pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....
so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are,
1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal.

2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club).

if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could!

sssssssssshhhhhhhh
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are, 1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal. 2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club). if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could! sssssssssshhhhhhhh saintshorse101
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7:49pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....
so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are,
1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal.

2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club).

if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could!

sssssssssshhhhhhhh
To be fair...you don't have to be into real estate to know it's only worth tuppence ha'penny.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are, 1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal. 2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club). if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could! sssssssssshhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]To be fair...you don't have to be into real estate to know it's only worth tuppence ha'penny. Baddesley Bill
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7:55pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Linesman says...

I also qualify to play for England, but rate my chances only a shade less than him because I am a pensioner.
I also qualify to play for England, but rate my chances only a shade less than him because I am a pensioner. Linesman
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7:56pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....
so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are,
1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal.

2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club).

if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could!

sssssssssshhhhhhhh
To be fair...you don't have to be into real estate to know it's only worth tuppence ha'penny.
The land is contaminated as well so it'll cost at least that to clean it up!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are, 1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal. 2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club). if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could! sssssssssshhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]To be fair...you don't have to be into real estate to know it's only worth tuppence ha'penny.[/p][/quote]The land is contaminated as well so it'll cost at least that to clean it up! seventh-junction
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8:02pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

Linesman wrote:
I also qualify to play for England, but rate my chances only a shade less than him because I am a pensioner.
shushhhh
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: I also qualify to play for England, but rate my chances only a shade less than him because I am a pensioner.[/p][/quote]shushhhh slugger
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8:08pm Thu 22 Nov 12

bigfella777 says...

Fratton park is worth about a tenner at best. 11 million, toilets in portacabins, do me a favour.
Fratton park is worth about a tenner at best. 11 million, toilets in portacabins, do me a favour. bigfella777
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8:11pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

slugger wrote:
Linesman wrote:
I also qualify to play for England, but rate my chances only a shade less than him because I am a pensioner.
shushhhh
Ssshhhhhh and get back on the mobility scooter....sssswoooo
sshhh
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: I also qualify to play for England, but rate my chances only a shade less than him because I am a pensioner.[/p][/quote]shushhhh[/p][/quote]Ssshhhhhh and get back on the mobility scooter....sssswoooo sshhh seventh-junction
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8:12pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Force14 says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....
so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are,
1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal.

2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club).

if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could!

sssssssssshhhhhhhh
To be fair...you don't have to be into real estate to know it's only worth tuppence ha'penny.
The land is contaminated as well so it'll cost at least that to clean it up!
Wa ha ha ha ha ha......You lot still meeting in the josh sunday.....ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]so the 2 valuations of skatesmouth park are, 1 £11mill the money that bc is rightfully owed, a court has already said his `fixed charge` is fully legal. 2 £2.75mill the amount of money that the fish have managed to beg steal and borrow. (what a let down they are to their club). if you go to buy a house you cant just say to the bank "all i have is 50grand of the 750k asking price and if you dont accept it i will take you to court". would be great if you could! sssssssssshhhhhhhh[/p][/quote]To be fair...you don't have to be into real estate to know it's only worth tuppence ha'penny.[/p][/quote]The land is contaminated as well so it'll cost at least that to clean it up![/p][/quote]Wa ha ha ha ha ha......You lot still meeting in the josh sunday.....ha ha ha Force14
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8:15pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's.
I think the latter is the way forward.
I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's. I think the latter is the way forward. seventh-junction
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8:15pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Force14 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
Oh God! Please please let it be so!!
That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!!

Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
This is the end (Milton)?)
Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?)
Feel the earth move and then
Hear my heart burst again

For this is the end (Fratton?)
I've drowned and dreamt this moment
So overdue, I owe them (big time)
Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual)

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together
At skuntfall
At skuntfall
ssssshhhhhh
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]Oh God! Please please let it be so!! That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!! Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]This is the end (Milton)?) Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?) Feel the earth move and then Hear my heart burst again For this is the end (Fratton?) I've drowned and dreamt this moment So overdue, I owe them (big time) Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual) Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together At skuntfall At skuntfall[/p][/quote]ssssshhhhhh Force14
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8:23pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

seventh-junction wrote:
I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's.
I think the latter is the way forward.
when i say shush it deffo has a u in it but will understand any variation .
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's. I think the latter is the way forward.[/p][/quote]when i say shush it deffo has a u in it but will understand any variation . slugger
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8:24pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Congratulations chaps! You 've out done yourselves! The posts are especialy weak tonight! Oh right, shhhhhhh, never grows old!
Congratulations chaps! You 've out done yourselves! The posts are especialy weak tonight! Oh right, shhhhhhh, never grows old! Bring back Branfoot
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8:30pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Ssssshhhh....if you listen very carefully, you can hear the skunts celebrating their latest 30 day signings.


Whooooooooooo?
Ssssshhhh....if you listen very carefully, you can hear the skunts celebrating their latest 30 day signings. Whooooooooooo? Baddesley Bill
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8:33pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

look out, there's a couple of five knuckle shufflers soliciting themselves again.
right pair a kunts
look out, there's a couple of five knuckle shufflers soliciting themselves again. right pair a kunts angus mc coatup
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8:35pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Velleity says...

slugger wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's.
I think the latter is the way forward.
when i say shush it deffo has a u in it but will understand any variation .
I don't care how it's spelt as long as it stops any response to the WUMs, whether Portsmouth or Southampton-based.

The number and quality of their windups is on a rapid decline. As they are starved of the oxygen of response they are withering and dying.

Poor little things, I do feel sorry for them, all alone with no-one to argue with.

Or, for the pedants here, "all alone with no-one with whom to argue". Not as catchy, I'm afraid.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's. I think the latter is the way forward.[/p][/quote]when i say shush it deffo has a u in it but will understand any variation .[/p][/quote]I don't care how it's spelt as long as it stops any response to the WUMs, whether Portsmouth or Southampton-based. The number and quality of their windups is on a rapid decline. As they are starved of the oxygen of response they are withering and dying. Poor little things, I do feel sorry for them, all alone with no-one to argue with. Or, for the pedants here, "all alone with no-one with whom to argue". Not as catchy, I'm afraid. Velleity
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8:40pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
look out, there's a couple of five knuckle shufflers soliciting themselves again.
right pair a kunts
Where? I haven't noticed....:o)
Ssshuussh
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: look out, there's a couple of five knuckle shufflers soliciting themselves again. right pair a kunts[/p][/quote]Where? I haven't noticed....:o) Ssshuussh seventh-junction
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8:42pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Force14 says...

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's.
I think the latter is the way forward.
when i say shush it deffo has a u in it but will understand any variation .
I don't care how it's spelt as long as it stops any response to the WUMs, whether Portsmouth or Southampton-based.

The number and quality of their windups is on a rapid decline. As they are starved of the oxygen of response they are withering and dying.

Poor little things, I do feel sorry for them, all alone with no-one to argue with.

Or, for the pedants here, "all alone with no-one with whom to argue". Not as catchy, I'm afraid.
well said .....sssshhhhhhhh
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: I think we need to confirm the correct spelling for our sssshhhh's or sshushhh's. I think the latter is the way forward.[/p][/quote]when i say shush it deffo has a u in it but will understand any variation .[/p][/quote]I don't care how it's spelt as long as it stops any response to the WUMs, whether Portsmouth or Southampton-based. The number and quality of their windups is on a rapid decline. As they are starved of the oxygen of response they are withering and dying. Poor little things, I do feel sorry for them, all alone with no-one to argue with. Or, for the pedants here, "all alone with no-one with whom to argue". Not as catchy, I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]well said .....sssshhhhhhhh Force14
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8:46pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol seventh-junction
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8:49pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Never ever fall for a wumssssccchhhhh!

Completely different noise.
Never ever fall for a wumssssccchhhhh! Completely different noise. Velleity
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8:53pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Velleity wrote:
Never ever fall for a wumssssccchhhhh!

Completely different noise.
You can tell it's coming from the Gills and gets distorted
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Never ever fall for a wumssssccchhhhh! Completely different noise.[/p][/quote]You can tell it's coming from the Gills and gets distorted seventh-junction
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8:55pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

i would like to say to all our american fans, and there are many of you, Happy Thanksgiving!
i hope y`all enjoy watching the cowboys stuff the redskins.

HAVE A NICE sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh DAY.
i would like to say to all our american fans, and there are many of you, Happy Thanksgiving! i hope y`all enjoy watching the cowboys stuff the redskins. HAVE A NICE sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh DAY. saintshorse101
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8:56pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
look out, there's a couple of five knuckle shufflers soliciting themselves again.
right pair a kunts
Where? I haven't noticed....:o)
Ssshuussh
I think one of em might be that poofy tw@t ryland,from the x factor. the other one is probably his boyfriend.

pppooooofffffssshhhh
hh !!!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: look out, there's a couple of five knuckle shufflers soliciting themselves again. right pair a kunts[/p][/quote]Where? I haven't noticed....:o) Ssshuussh[/p][/quote]I think one of em might be that poofy tw@t ryland,from the x factor. the other one is probably his boyfriend. pppooooofffffssshhhh hh !!! angus mc coatup
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8:57pm Thu 22 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Puncheon backed for England call-up

Saints fans lets talk about pompey court case ? shows how detached from your club you are dont saints create any interest anymore ? and we know they are failing to entertain you .

Alls well at pompey sh,t team but theirs hope for the future .
Chanrai if he does not accept two independent valuation of ground he will lose more money court costs solicitors fees .

Then we will be their ! we will own our club and players will come in january not monthly contracts anymore .

If we go down and all goes well we can make history by winning the league and be the first club to win all four Divisions !
Puncheon backed for England call-up Saints fans lets talk about pompey court case ? shows how detached from your club you are dont saints create any interest anymore ? and we know they are failing to entertain you . Alls well at pompey sh,t team but theirs hope for the future . Chanrai if he does not accept two independent valuation of ground he will lose more money court costs solicitors fees . Then we will be their ! we will own our club and players will come in january not monthly contracts anymore . If we go down and all goes well we can make history by winning the league and be the first club to win all four Divisions ! bluewhiteandred
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8:57pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

seventh-junction wrote:
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox).

Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol[/p][/quote]Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox). Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!) Baddesley Bill
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9:05pm Thu 22 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Our trust meeting with Coventry trust as they are having problems you may want to joke but who falls from premier can not cope with the financial implications this could be your club next .
Our trust meeting with Coventry trust as they are having problems you may want to joke but who falls from premier can not cope with the financial implications this could be your club next . bluewhiteandred
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9:09pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Force14 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Puncheon backed for England call-up

Saints fans lets talk about pompey court case ? shows how detached from your club you are dont saints create any interest anymore ? and we know they are failing to entertain you .

Alls well at pompey sh,t team but theirs hope for the future .
Chanrai if he does not accept two independent valuation of ground he will lose more money court costs solicitors fees .

Then we will be their ! we will own our club and players will come in january not monthly contracts anymore .

If we go down and all goes well we can make history by winning the league and be the first club to win all four Divisions !
ssssshhhhhhhh.... muppet
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Puncheon backed for England call-up Saints fans lets talk about pompey court case ? shows how detached from your club you are dont saints create any interest anymore ? and we know they are failing to entertain you . Alls well at pompey sh,t team but theirs hope for the future . Chanrai if he does not accept two independent valuation of ground he will lose more money court costs solicitors fees . Then we will be their ! we will own our club and players will come in january not monthly contracts anymore . If we go down and all goes well we can make history by winning the league and be the first club to win all four Divisions ![/p][/quote]ssssshhhhhhhh.... muppet Force14
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9:16pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox).

Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)
Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol[/p][/quote]Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox). Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)[/p][/quote]Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27? seventh-junction
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9:18pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox).

Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)
Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?
i thought i heard it too ...... it's bit like tinitus .
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol[/p][/quote]Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox). Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)[/p][/quote]Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?[/p][/quote]i thought i heard it too ...... it's bit like tinitus . slugger
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9:18pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Our trust meeting with Coventry trust as they are having problems you may want to joke but who falls from premier can not cope with the financial implications this could be your club next .
ha it helps alot if you get 30.000 and not 17.000 though .sky blues like saints built aq new stadium .so they havrb excuse you dont ,as your felloqw skkate saia MUPPET
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: Our trust meeting with Coventry trust as they are having problems you may want to joke but who falls from premier can not cope with the financial implications this could be your club next .[/p][/quote]ha it helps alot if you get 30.000 and not 17.000 though .sky blues like saints built aq new stadium .so they havrb excuse you dont ,as your felloqw skkate saia MUPPET saintkenny
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9:21pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

somebody just aint getting it are they
somebody just aint getting it are they angus mc coatup
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9:22pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox).

Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)
Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?
I can't hear a thing....they could all try shouting together, but I fear they are too few to be heard.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol[/p][/quote]Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox). Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)[/p][/quote]Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?[/p][/quote]I can't hear a thing....they could all try shouting together, but I fear they are too few to be heard. Baddesley Bill
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9:24pm Thu 22 Nov 12

chunkyrussell says...

mack chinnon wrote:
chunkyrussell wrote:
I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet.

On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask;
what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth):
Lambert
Walcott
Bale
Oxo
Cork
A Svensson
Bridge
Lundekvam
M Svensson
Clyne
Niemi

There - I could be wrong...
Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.
fair enough.

Baird?
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet. On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask; what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth): Lambert Walcott Bale Oxo Cork A Svensson Bridge Lundekvam M Svensson Clyne Niemi There - I could be wrong...[/p][/quote]Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.[/p][/quote]fair enough. Baird? chunkyrussell
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9:25pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Saintkenny what are you doing!!
That could get you a yellow card man!
You'd better start some serious sshhhuusshhhing and quick!
Saintkenny what are you doing!! That could get you a yellow card man! You'd better start some serious sshhhuusshhhing and quick! seventh-junction
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9:26pm Thu 22 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox).

Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)
Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?
Your Fans find our news more interesting than your own club look back on this eveings posts . I have no interest in Saints talk only results but you are posting on about pompey !
seventh junction corrupt yes chanrai and previous owners not the PST its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ?
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol[/p][/quote]Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox). Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)[/p][/quote]Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?[/p][/quote]Your Fans find our news more interesting than your own club look back on this eveings posts . I have no interest in Saints talk only results but you are posting on about pompey ! seventh junction corrupt yes chanrai and previous owners not the PST its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ? bluewhiteandred
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9:28pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
somebody just aint getting it are they
Ssswwoooossshhhh....
straight over some peoples head.
Cards need brandishing soon for persistent offenders
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: somebody just aint getting it are they[/p][/quote]Ssswwoooossshhhh.... straight over some peoples head. Cards need brandishing soon for persistent offenders seventh-junction
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9:31pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
somebody just aint getting it are they
Ssswwoooossshhhh....

straight over some peoples head.
Cards need brandishing soon for persistent offenders
we might have to start shushing
ourselves in a minute. ffs!!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: somebody just aint getting it are they[/p][/quote]Ssswwoooossshhhh.... straight over some peoples head. Cards need brandishing soon for persistent offenders[/p][/quote]we might have to start shushing ourselves in a minute. ffs!! angus mc coatup
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9:31pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Help......I've got a Cling On! What do I do? Oh I know......Sssshhhuss
hhhhh.......ah that's better
Help......I've got a Cling On! What do I do? Oh I know......Sssshhhuss hhhhh.......ah that's better seventh-junction
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9:35pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Force14 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox).

Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)
Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?
Your Fans find our news more interesting than your own club look back on this eveings posts . I have no interest in Saints talk only results but you are posting on about pompey !
seventh junction corrupt yes chanrai and previous owners not the PST its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ?
zzzzzzzzz moron
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol[/p][/quote]Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox). Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)[/p][/quote]Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?[/p][/quote]Your Fans find our news more interesting than your own club look back on this eveings posts . I have no interest in Saints talk only results but you are posting on about pompey ! seventh junction corrupt yes chanrai and previous owners not the PST its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ?[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzz moron Force14
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9:38pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Force14 says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
somebody just aint getting it are they
tt hindus tt ra nodil su
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: somebody just aint getting it are they[/p][/quote]tt hindus tt ra nodil su Force14
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9:38pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Saintkenny what are you doing!!
That could get you a yellow card man!
You'd better start some serious sshhhuusshhhing and quick!
sorry your right shsssssh
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Saintkenny what are you doing!! That could get you a yellow card man! You'd better start some serious sshhhuusshhhing and quick![/p][/quote]sorry your right shsssssh saintkenny
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9:40pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Force14 says...

saintkenny wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Saintkenny what are you doing!!
That could get you a yellow card man!
You'd better start some serious sshhhuusshhhing and quick!
sorry your right shsssssh
tt.....sssssshhhhhhh
hhhhh
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Saintkenny what are you doing!! That could get you a yellow card man! You'd better start some serious sshhhuusshhhing and quick![/p][/quote]sorry your right shsssssh[/p][/quote]tt.....sssssshhhhhhh hhhhh Force14
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9:45pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

lol , some attention seekers still about ....................
.. don't they look pathetic ?
lol , some attention seekers still about .................... .. don't they look pathetic ? slugger
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9:47pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

sssshhhhhing is very theraputic....especi
ally when it leaves the skate wums hanging out to dry.

Helps with the vocal chords too...gonna need them Sunday! COYR :O)
sssshhhhhing is very theraputic....especi ally when it leaves the skate wums hanging out to dry. Helps with the vocal chords too...gonna need them Sunday! COYR :O) Baddesley Bill
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9:47pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

slugger wrote:
lol , some attention seekers still about ....................

.. don't they look pathetic ?
shussssh
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lol , some attention seekers still about .................... .. don't they look pathetic ?[/p][/quote]shussssh saintkenny
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9:49pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

saintkenny wrote:
slugger wrote:
lol , some attention seekers still about ....................


.. don't they look pathetic ?
shussssh
oh yeah , sorry .
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lol , some attention seekers still about .................... .. don't they look pathetic ?[/p][/quote]shussssh[/p][/quote]oh yeah , sorry . slugger
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9:50pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

does anyone have that feeling that they are being watched?

sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh
h
does anyone have that feeling that they are being watched? sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh h saintshorse101
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9:51pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

slugger wrote:
lol , some attention seekers still about ....................

.. don't they look pathetic ?
desperation is so funny.


me me me me please miss !! me me me


( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair )

ssshhhuuusshhhh !!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lol , some attention seekers still about .................... .. don't they look pathetic ?[/p][/quote]desperation is so funny. me me me me please miss !! me me me ( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair ) ssshhhuuusshhhh !!! angus mc coatup
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9:52pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Force14 wrote:
tt......3-16
Σας παρακαλώ να σιωπήσετε
[quote][p][bold]Force14[/bold] wrote: tt......3-16[/p][/quote]Σας παρακαλώ να σιωπήσετε OSPREYSAINT
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9:53pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole.
It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall
Cue the Bond theme lol
Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox).

Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)
Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?
Your Fans find our news more interesting than your own club look back on this eveings posts . I have no interest in Saints talk only results but you are posting on about pompey !
seventh junction corrupt yes chanrai and previous owners not the PST its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ?
براہ کرم خاموش رہو
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: It is very positive and encouraging that several Saints players are being linked to the England set up of late. It just shows how far we have progressed over the past 3 years and can only be an incentive for the players concerned and obviously the club and fans as a whole. It could be worse and we could be talking about other teams cast offs or just players that can;t get a game or wage anywhere else....sounds familiar....007 Skuntfall Cue the Bond theme lol[/p][/quote]Adam will get his first cap for sure. Lambert still a possibility what with the England striker situation. Luke shaw and Nat Clyne will be in time. We also have full internationals in Davis, Joshida, Mayuka, Lee (and dare I say it...Fox). Puncheon?...I repeat...if he continues to improve at the rate he has over the last year...he would be a must (cos he's already 400% better than he was last year!)[/p][/quote]Good shout. Can you hear someone bleating on about some corrupt pile of shhhhhh1te down the other end of the M27?[/p][/quote]Your Fans find our news more interesting than your own club look back on this eveings posts . I have no interest in Saints talk only results but you are posting on about pompey ! seventh junction corrupt yes chanrai and previous owners not the PST its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ?[/p][/quote]براہ کرم خاموش رہو OSPREYSAINT
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9:55pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Congratulations chaps! You 've out done yourselves! The posts are especialy weak tonight! Oh right, shhhhhhh, never grows old!
कृपया शांत हो
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: Congratulations chaps! You 've out done yourselves! The posts are especialy weak tonight! Oh right, shhhhhhh, never grows old![/p][/quote]कृपया शांत हो OSPREYSAINT
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9:57pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
lol , some attention seekers still about ....................


.. don't they look pathetic ?
desperation is so funny.


me me me me please miss !! me me me


( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair )

ssshhhuuusshhhh !!!
I'm gonna scream and scream until I'm sick if somebody doesn't talk to me....
Hilarious isn't it......can someone scratch my back, I've got an itch
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lol , some attention seekers still about .................... .. don't they look pathetic ?[/p][/quote]desperation is so funny. me me me me please miss !! me me me ( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair ) ssshhhuuusshhhh !!![/p][/quote]I'm gonna scream and scream until I'm sick if somebody doesn't talk to me.... Hilarious isn't it......can someone scratch my back, I've got an itch seventh-junction
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9:59pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
does anyone have that feeling that they are being watched?

sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh

h
Ssssshhhpooky isn't it.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: does anyone have that feeling that they are being watched? sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh h[/p][/quote]Ssssshhhpooky isn't it. seventh-junction
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10:04pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
lol , some attention seekers still about ....................



.. don't they look pathetic ?
desperation is so funny.


me me me me please miss !! me me me


( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair )

ssshhhuuusshhhh !!!
I'm gonna scream and scream until I'm sick if somebody doesn't talk to me....
Hilarious isn't it......can someone scratch my back, I've got an itch
you're lucky, the desperation crew
have all got itchyfannies.

I think that's right.
( not very good on jap cars )
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lol , some attention seekers still about .................... .. don't they look pathetic ?[/p][/quote]desperation is so funny. me me me me please miss !! me me me ( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair ) ssshhhuuusshhhh !!![/p][/quote]I'm gonna scream and scream until I'm sick if somebody doesn't talk to me.... Hilarious isn't it......can someone scratch my back, I've got an itch[/p][/quote]you're lucky, the desperation crew have all got itchyfannies. I think that's right. ( not very good on jap cars ) angus mc coatup
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10:15pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?
Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury? Baddesley Bill
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10:17pm Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?
No but I think it's on a Sssshhhaturday
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?[/p][/quote]No but I think it's on a Sssshhhaturday seventh-junction
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10:18pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?
probably on a ssshhaturday or a teusssshhhday.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?[/p][/quote]probably on a ssshhaturday or a teusssshhhday. angus mc coatup
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10:18pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.
I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh. Strasbourg Saint
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10:19pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.
Sorry for the W in Portuguese, Osprey, I'm a little tanked after our night out in Shhhhhtrashhhhbourg.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.[/p][/quote]Sorry for the W in Portuguese, Osprey, I'm a little tanked after our night out in Shhhhhtrashhhhbourg. Strasbourg Saint
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10:22pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?
dissapointed in you bad bill you know they wont be `playing` anybody, losing to would be the correct phrase there!

its got so good even the fish are ssssssssshhhhhhhing themselves now!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?[/p][/quote]dissapointed in you bad bill you know they wont be `playing` anybody, losing to would be the correct phrase there! its got so good even the fish are ssssssssshhhhhhhing themselves now! saintshorse101
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10:32pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?
dissapointed in you bad bill you know they wont be `playing` anybody, losing to would be the correct phrase there!

its got so good even the fish are ssssssssshhhhhhhing themselves now!
If it's a Tueshhhhhhday....I might go support Shhhhhhrewsbury and when they go 3-0 up....I might help them sing "you're shhhhhhhhh1t and you know you are....." etc
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know when pompey are playing sssssshhhhhrewsbury?[/p][/quote]dissapointed in you bad bill you know they wont be `playing` anybody, losing to would be the correct phrase there! its got so good even the fish are ssssssssshhhhhhhing themselves now![/p][/quote]If it's a Tueshhhhhhday....I might go support Shhhhhhrewsbury and when they go 3-0 up....I might help them sing "you're shhhhhhhhh1t and you know you are....." etc Baddesley Bill
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10:49pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SaintKenny wins poster of the month award. Took a bit of time to get there, but when he did he got there proper.

Osprey isn't sssssssshhhhhhhhhing properly, but he's doing that for a reaction. He went through a period of posting every minute, followed by not posting at all. Then worring about whether we are too hard on the skunts (sick) and now he's talking directly to them.

Osprey, as one of the best posters on here, get it together son!
SaintKenny wins poster of the month award. Took a bit of time to get there, but when he did he got there proper. Osprey isn't sssssssshhhhhhhhhing properly, but he's doing that for a reaction. He went through a period of posting every minute, followed by not posting at all. Then worring about whether we are too hard on the skunts (sick) and now he's talking directly to them. Osprey, as one of the best posters on here, get it together son! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:12pm Thu 22 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Just read your further posts what a bunch of idiots you are shhhhhhh what small minds all you have. Cant any of you make a constructive conversation you lot started the POMPEY subject tonight with the usual unaccurate comments and views With no foundation of truth . I suspect you also know nothing of interest about SAINTS also .
Just read your further posts what a bunch of idiots you are shhhhhhh what small minds all you have. Cant any of you make a constructive conversation you lot started the POMPEY subject tonight with the usual unaccurate comments and views With no foundation of truth . I suspect you also know nothing of interest about SAINTS also . bluewhiteandred
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11:14pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Sssssssshhhhhhhhhhh
Sssssssshhhhhhhhhhh Baddesley Bill
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11:14pm Thu 22 Nov 12

slugger says...

shushhhhhh ! ..... g'night all , COYR and FOADP !!!!!!
shushhhhhh ! ..... g'night all , COYR and FOADP !!!!!! slugger
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11:20pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

I think that someone should fcuk off to a skate site if the of posters aint up to their very high standards.

unless I'm missshhhhtaken this is a saints forum.and we can do what we want.If somebody don't like it well fcuk em.
I think that someone should fcuk off to a skate site if the of posters aint up to their very high standards. unless I'm missshhhhtaken this is a saints forum.and we can do what we want.If somebody don't like it well fcuk em. angus mc coatup
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11:24pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Anyone fancy going to the High Court on 14th December? It's on the Strand, good opportunity for beers, and our legal system allows for a public gallery to watch our law and order being handed down. I believe there is no dress code either, so Saints shirts would be fine.
Anyone fancy going to the High Court on 14th December? It's on the Strand, good opportunity for beers, and our legal system allows for a public gallery to watch our law and order being handed down. I believe there is no dress code either, so Saints shirts would be fine. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:24pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.
No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time!

STID
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.[/p][/quote]No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time! STID st1halo
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11:30pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Did some skunt really come on here and say this.............its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ?”

So why does he talk about football?
HAHAHAHAHA

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
Did some skunt really come on here and say this.............its not big to talk about somthing you do not clearly have any knowledge about ?” So why does he talk about football? HAHAHAHAHA STID *Cue the Bond theme* st1halo
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11:36pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
slugger wrote:
lol , some attention seekers still about ....................



.. don't they look pathetic ?
desperation is so funny.


me me me me please miss !! me me me


( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair )

ssshhhuuusshhhh !!!
I'm gonna scream and scream until I'm sick if somebody doesn't talk to me....
Hilarious isn't it......can someone scratch my back, I've got an itch
Know what it reminds me of?
Have you ever seen the original film The Fly with Vincent Price?.... they keep hearing this whining sound and eventually they find a little fly with a human said saying help me, help me!

Weeeeee eeeeeeee!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lol , some attention seekers still about .................... .. don't they look pathetic ?[/p][/quote]desperation is so funny. me me me me please miss !! me me me ( hand raised, bouncing up and down on the chair ) ssshhhuuusshhhh !!![/p][/quote]I'm gonna scream and scream until I'm sick if somebody doesn't talk to me.... Hilarious isn't it......can someone scratch my back, I've got an itch[/p][/quote]Know what it reminds me of? Have you ever seen the original film The Fly with Vincent Price?.... they keep hearing this whining sound and eventually they find a little fly with a human said saying help me, help me! Weeeeee eeeeeeee! STID *Cue the Bond theme* st1halo
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11:40pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

st1halo wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.
No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time!

STID
That may be shhhhhhhhho, but I shhhhtill love the Portugueshhhhhhhh!

Shhhhhhweet dreamshhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.[/p][/quote]No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time! STID[/p][/quote]That may be shhhhhhhhho, but I shhhhtill love the Portugueshhhhhhhh! Shhhhhhweet dreamshhhhh! Strasbourg Saint
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11:45pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Anyone fancy going to the High Court on 14th December? It's on the Strand, good opportunity for beers, and our legal system allows for a public gallery to watch our law and order being handed down. I believe there is no dress code either, so Saints shirts would be fine.
I may very well be up for it, this is my busiest time of the year work-wise but Wednesdays are generally free and Ive just checked, it's a Wednesday!! If serious, let me know closer to the time
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Anyone fancy going to the High Court on 14th December? It's on the Strand, good opportunity for beers, and our legal system allows for a public gallery to watch our law and order being handed down. I believe there is no dress code either, so Saints shirts would be fine.[/p][/quote]I may very well be up for it, this is my busiest time of the year work-wise but Wednesdays are generally free and Ive just checked, it's a Wednesday!! If serious, let me know closer to the time st1halo
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11:46pm Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.
No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time!

STID
That may be shhhhhhhhho, but I shhhhtill love the Portugueshhhhhhhh!

Shhhhhhweet dreamshhhhh!
you sound like sean connery,
mish moneypenny ( in a scottish lilt )
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.[/p][/quote]No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time! STID[/p][/quote]That may be shhhhhhhhho, but I shhhhtill love the Portugueshhhhhhhh! Shhhhhhweet dreamshhhhh![/p][/quote]you sound like sean connery, mish moneypenny ( in a scottish lilt ) angus mc coatup
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12:39am Fri 23 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.
No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time!

STID
That may be shhhhhhhhho, but I shhhhtill love the Portugueshhhhhhhh!

Shhhhhhweet dreamshhhhh!
you sound like sean connery,
mish moneypenny ( in a scottish lilt )
Cue the Bond theme ........ :)
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: I've just realised why I love my Portuguese wife so much. Every Portugueswe word seems to end in shhhhhhhhhh or shhusssssshhhh.[/p][/quote]No Stras, she is just telling you to shut up all the time! STID[/p][/quote]That may be shhhhhhhhho, but I shhhhtill love the Portugueshhhhhhhh! Shhhhhhweet dreamshhhhh![/p][/quote]you sound like sean connery, mish moneypenny ( in a scottish lilt )[/p][/quote]Cue the Bond theme ........ :) Strasbourg Saint
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1:01am Fri 23 Nov 12

st1halo says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
Oh God! Please please let it be so!!
That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!!

Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
This is the end (Milton)?)
Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?)
Feel the earth move and then
Hear my heart burst again

For this is the end (Fratton?)
I've drowned and dreamt this moment
So overdue, I owe them (big time)
Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual)

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together
At skuntfall
At skuntfall
Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy

PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong
We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds!
PST to Pompey mong
(10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7)
Commencing purchase, won’t be long
(6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3)
Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong
(2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!)
This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints
They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame
And their reputation grows with every game
This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw
But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score
We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or
For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few
Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick
Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad
But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow
PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you
Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo!



Night all

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]Oh God! Please please let it be so!! That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!! Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]This is the end (Milton)?) Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?) Feel the earth move and then Hear my heart burst again For this is the end (Fratton?) I've drowned and dreamt this moment So overdue, I owe them (big time) Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual) Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together At skuntfall At skuntfall[/p][/quote]Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds! PST to Pompey mong (10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7) Commencing purchase, won’t be long (6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3) Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong (2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!) This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame And their reputation grows with every game This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo! Night all STID *Cue the Bond theme* st1halo
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3:10am Fri 23 Nov 12

GloryHunter says...

Cue the Bond theme!

:P
Cue the Bond theme! :P GloryHunter
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4:19am Fri 23 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

chunkyrussell wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
chunkyrussell wrote:
I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet.

On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask;
what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth):
Lambert
Walcott
Bale
Oxo
Cork
A Svensson
Bridge
Lundekvam
M Svensson
Clyne
Niemi

There - I could be wrong...
Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.
fair enough.

Baird?
Deano?
[quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet. On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask; what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth): Lambert Walcott Bale Oxo Cork A Svensson Bridge Lundekvam M Svensson Clyne Niemi There - I could be wrong...[/p][/quote]Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.[/p][/quote]fair enough. Baird?[/p][/quote]Deano? Rising_Son
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7:51am Fri 23 Nov 12

chunkyrussell says...

Rising_Son wrote:
chunkyrussell wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
chunkyrussell wrote:
I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet.

On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask;
what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth):
Lambert
Walcott
Bale
Oxo
Cork
A Svensson
Bridge
Lundekvam
M Svensson
Clyne
Niemi

There - I could be wrong...
Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.
fair enough.

Baird?
Deano?
yeah - I wanted him but he's outside the ten year window. This is important stuff - we must get it right.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet. On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask; what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth): Lambert Walcott Bale Oxo Cork A Svensson Bridge Lundekvam M Svensson Clyne Niemi There - I could be wrong...[/p][/quote]Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.[/p][/quote]fair enough. Baird?[/p][/quote]Deano?[/p][/quote]yeah - I wanted him but he's outside the ten year window. This is important stuff - we must get it right. chunkyrussell
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7:59am Fri 23 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

chunkyrussell wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
chunkyrussell wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
chunkyrussell wrote:
I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet.

On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask;
what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth):
Lambert
Walcott
Bale
Oxo
Cork
A Svensson
Bridge
Lundekvam
M Svensson
Clyne
Niemi

There - I could be wrong...
Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.
fair enough.

Baird?
Deano?
yeah - I wanted him but he's outside the ten year window. This is important stuff - we must get it right.
Gawd. I must be getting old. Over ten years ago? Doesn't feel like it. But, then great players tend to stick in the mind.
[quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chunkyrussell[/bold] wrote: I'm not sure Punch is quite there yet. On another note - following on from another of More Glory's insightful posts, ('Midfield duo key to Saints' Premier League survival') as a Saints nerd, I'd like to ask; what's the best starting 11 of the last decade? (I'm bored and sad). Here's my vote (for what it's worth): Lambert Walcott Bale Oxo Cork A Svensson Bridge Lundekvam M Svensson Clyne Niemi There - I could be wrong...[/p][/quote]Lundekvam.Are you having a laugh.[/p][/quote]fair enough. Baird?[/p][/quote]Deano?[/p][/quote]yeah - I wanted him but he's outside the ten year window. This is important stuff - we must get it right.[/p][/quote]Gawd. I must be getting old. Over ten years ago? Doesn't feel like it. But, then great players tend to stick in the mind. Rising_Son
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8:11am Fri 23 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

st1halo wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
Oh God! Please please let it be so!!
That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!!

Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
This is the end (Milton)?)
Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?)
Feel the earth move and then
Hear my heart burst again

For this is the end (Fratton?)
I've drowned and dreamt this moment
So overdue, I owe them (big time)
Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual)

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together
At skuntfall
At skuntfall
Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy

PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong
We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds!
PST to Pompey mong
(10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7)
Commencing purchase, won’t be long
(6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3)
Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong
(2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!)
This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints
They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame
And their reputation grows with every game
This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw
But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score
We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or
For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few
Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick
Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad
But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow
PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you
Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo!



Night all

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
Quality...PMSL!!
007 Skuntfall......
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]Oh God! Please please let it be so!! That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!! Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]This is the end (Milton)?) Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?) Feel the earth move and then Hear my heart burst again For this is the end (Fratton?) I've drowned and dreamt this moment So overdue, I owe them (big time) Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual) Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together At skuntfall At skuntfall[/p][/quote]Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds! PST to Pompey mong (10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7) Commencing purchase, won’t be long (6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3) Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong (2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!) This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame And their reputation grows with every game This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo! Night all STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]Quality...PMSL!! 007 Skuntfall...... seventh-junction
  • Score: 0

8:12am Fri 23 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

st1halo wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
Oh God! Please please let it be so!!
That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!!

Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
This is the end (Milton)?)
Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?)
Feel the earth move and then
Hear my heart burst again

For this is the end (Fratton?)
I've drowned and dreamt this moment
So overdue, I owe them (big time)
Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual)

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together
At skuntfall
At skuntfall
Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy

PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong
We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds!
PST to Pompey mong
(10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7)
Commencing purchase, won’t be long
(6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3)
Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong
(2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!)
This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints
They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame
And their reputation grows with every game
This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw
But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score
We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or
For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few
Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick
Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad
But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow
PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you
Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo!



Night all

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
Genius!
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]Oh God! Please please let it be so!! That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!! Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]This is the end (Milton)?) Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?) Feel the earth move and then Hear my heart burst again For this is the end (Fratton?) I've drowned and dreamt this moment So overdue, I owe them (big time) Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual) Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together At skuntfall At skuntfall[/p][/quote]Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds! PST to Pompey mong (10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7) Commencing purchase, won’t be long (6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3) Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong (2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!) This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame And their reputation grows with every game This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo! Night all STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]Genius! puppy saint
  • Score: 0

8:27am Fri 23 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
st1halo wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed.

It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m.

Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London.

‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option.



Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber....



Skuntfall.

Cue Bond music.....
Oh God! Please please let it be so!!
That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!!

Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
This is the end (Milton)?)
Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?)
Feel the earth move and then
Hear my heart burst again

For this is the end (Fratton?)
I've drowned and dreamt this moment
So overdue, I owe them (big time)
Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual)

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together

Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together
At skuntfall
At skuntfall
Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy

PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong
We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds!
PST to Pompey mong
(10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7)
Commencing purchase, won’t be long
(6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3)
Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong
(2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!)
This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints
They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame
And their reputation grows with every game
This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw
But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score
We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or
For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few
Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick
Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad
But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow
PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong
Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you
Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo
Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo!



Night all

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
Genius!
That
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: THE valuation of Fratton Park will be decided at the High Court in London on December 13 and 14, Pompey administrators PKF have confirmed. It is the last remaining hurdle facing the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, which values the ground at £2.75m. Portpin, which has a charge over Fratton Park, values it at around £11m. Pompey administrator Trevor Birch said: ‘We can confirm that the hearing to determine the proposed sale of Fratton Park has been scheduled for 13 and 14 December in the High Court in London. ‘This hearing is critical in deciding the future of Portsmouth Football Club: if the Court agrees with the sale value of Fratton Park, we can sell the club as a going concern to the trust; if we lose, liquidation will become the most likely option. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the court set the value just above the PST's maximum amount, say £3.5m. So near and yet so far. Even with the sales of T shirts soaring into double figures. Slobber slobber.... Skuntfall. Cue Bond music.....[/p][/quote]Oh God! Please please let it be so!! That would be my Christmases sorted out for the next ten years!!!! Only one downside , it's gonna cost a fortune for the NHS for Westwood to have his tats removed, maybe they should write that into the Winding up Order!!! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]This is the end (Milton)?) Hold your breath and count to ten (twelve?) Feel the earth move and then Hear my heart burst again For this is the end (Fratton?) I've drowned and dreamt this moment So overdue, I owe them (big time) Swept away, I'm stolen (as usual) Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together Let the skuntfall, when it crumbles We will stand tall Face it all together At skuntfall At skuntfall[/p][/quote]Nice one Os, here's my offering ( to be sung to the Bowie Space classic) Enjoy PST to Pompey mong, PST to Pompey mong We have had your pledge and now we want your sponds! PST to Pompey mong (10 –-- 9 –-- 8 ----7) Commencing purchase, won’t be long (6 ---- 5 ---- 4 ---- 3) Checking kitty, hope the numbers are not wrong (2 -------- 1 ------ Lift off!) This is PST to Pompey mong We wish we were like Sai-ai-ai-aints They’ve got class and their club puts us all to shame And their reputation grows with every game This is Pompey mong to PST I wish we’d get a draw-aw-aw-aw But the problem is we just can’t fcuckin score We’ll be sinking through the League 1 trap do-or-or-or For here am I sitting in a sh!thole I don’t like the view Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re very very few Though I got my JSA today I’m feeling very si-i-i-ick Cos I want to be like that club down the ro-oad But it’s never gonna happen – We Kno-o-o-ow PST to Pompey mong Our club is dead, The history’s gone Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you hear me Pompey mong Can you hear me Pompey mong, can you Here am I sitting in a sh!thole I’m starting to boooo Jobshite shirts are blue and they’re getting fewer toooooo! Night all STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]Genius![/p][/quote]That Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:54am Fri 23 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

How about this one by Bjork
"It's Oh So Quiet (at nottarf krap)"

sssshhhush...
it's. oh. so quiet
sssshhhush
it's oh. so still
sssshhhush
you're all alone
and so peaceful until...

you fall in debt
zing boom
the sky up above
zing boom
is caving in
wow bam
you've never been so nuts about a Guy (Whitt-less-ingham)

you wanna laugh you bleat and cry
you pledge a grand but your club will die

'til it's over and then...
it's nice and quiet......ssshhhush
..
but soon again
starts another big riot

you know you're few
zing boom
Chanrai will shaft you
zing boom
so what is new
wow bam
stop cheating and close

ssshhhush...
it's. oh. so quiet
ssshhhush...
it's. oh. so still
ssshhhush
you're all alone
and so peaceful until...

Westwood still rings his bell
bim bam
you're still sh1t and you smell
hi ho ho
you're broke as well
gee. this is swell you really are the pits
this Guy is clueless and you're in the sh1t
there's no mistake this is it

'til it's over and then
it's nice and quiet...ssshhhush
but soon again
starts another big riot

you know you're few
zing boom
Chanrai will shaft you
zing boom
so what is new
wow bam
stop cheating and close

the sky's caving in
another game you'll lose
you know know know know know your few
when you've fallen from grace

ssshhhhhh...
How about this one by Bjork "It's Oh So Quiet (at nottarf krap)" sssshhhush... it's. oh. so quiet sssshhhush it's oh. so still sssshhhush you're all alone and so peaceful until... you fall in debt zing boom the sky up above zing boom is caving in wow bam you've never been so nuts about a Guy (Whitt-less-ingham) you wanna laugh you bleat and cry you pledge a grand but your club will die 'til it's over and then... it's nice and quiet......ssshhhush .. but soon again starts another big riot you know you're few zing boom Chanrai will shaft you zing boom so what is new wow bam stop cheating and close ssshhhush... it's. oh. so quiet ssshhhush... it's. oh. so still ssshhhush you're all alone and so peaceful until... Westwood still rings his bell bim bam you're still sh1t and you smell hi ho ho you're broke as well gee. this is swell you really are the pits this Guy is clueless and you're in the sh1t there's no mistake this is it 'til it's over and then it's nice and quiet...ssshhhush but soon again starts another big riot you know you're few zing boom Chanrai will shaft you zing boom so what is new wow bam stop cheating and close the sky's caving in another game you'll lose you know know know know know your few when you've fallen from grace ssshhhhhh... seventh-junction
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9:36am Fri 23 Nov 12

teddrake says...

St Retford wrote:
Is 'despire' a word? I like it, regardless.

Think it might be a bit early to be chanting for an England call up (some of his performances this season have been a little lacklustre, after all) but he's certainly heading in the right direction and sums up the 'together as one' motif more than anyone.
'Despire' is a word. In the second world war, Lancasters taking off from RAF airfields in East Anglia for night bombing raids of their own airfields (this was when they had inexperienced crews (some of them as young as 12)) were experiencing problems because the low-altitude flying that they had to carry out to avoid clouds, owls, low-lying stars, nocturnal window cleaner, men on stilts and errant perigrinating Chinese acrobats with a penchant for forming human pyramids, meant that churches became a potentially lethal obstacle. The boffins at MI7 came up with the brilliant idea of removing the spires and replacing them with balsa wood replicas (the orginals were turned upside down, filled with ice cream, and then shipped out to Napoli as a way to entice Mussolini to come over to the Allies (this is Chico Mussolini, who was only distantly related to the Dictator of the same name - well, the same name except for 'Chico' - who was a talented outside right for the Napoli war-time first XI). Sadly MI7 neglected to add any hundreds and thousands and the whole plan had to be put on ice - so to speak. Interestingly, and rather spookily, the brains behind the whole scheme was Flight Lieutenant Archie 'Hunch' Puncheon (never late for luncheon) who was our winger's great great uncle and was nicknamed for his uncanny ability to come up with great ideas (or 'Punch's hunches' as they were affectionately labelled by his colleagues).
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Is 'despire' a word? I like it, regardless. Think it might be a bit early to be chanting for an England call up (some of his performances this season have been a little lacklustre, after all) but he's certainly heading in the right direction and sums up the 'together as one' motif more than anyone.[/p][/quote]'Despire' is a word. In the second world war, Lancasters taking off from RAF airfields in East Anglia for night bombing raids of their own airfields (this was when they had inexperienced crews (some of them as young as 12)) were experiencing problems because the low-altitude flying that they had to carry out to avoid clouds, owls, low-lying stars, nocturnal window cleaner, men on stilts and errant perigrinating Chinese acrobats with a penchant for forming human pyramids, meant that churches became a potentially lethal obstacle. The boffins at MI7 came up with the brilliant idea of removing the spires and replacing them with balsa wood replicas (the orginals were turned upside down, filled with ice cream, and then shipped out to Napoli as a way to entice Mussolini to come over to the Allies (this is Chico Mussolini, who was only distantly related to the Dictator of the same name - well, the same name except for 'Chico' - who was a talented outside right for the Napoli war-time first XI). Sadly MI7 neglected to add any hundreds and thousands and the whole plan had to be put on ice - so to speak. Interestingly, and rather spookily, the brains behind the whole scheme was Flight Lieutenant Archie 'Hunch' Puncheon (never late for luncheon) who was our winger's great great uncle and was nicknamed for his uncanny ability to come up with great ideas (or 'Punch's hunches' as they were affectionately labelled by his colleagues). teddrake
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9:46am Fri 23 Nov 12

teddrake says...

I forget to add earlier that Punch's hunches did, as you can probably guess, come in bunches .... and yes... usually around noon in the vicinity of food
I forget to add earlier that Punch's hunches did, as you can probably guess, come in bunches .... and yes... usually around noon in the vicinity of food teddrake
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10:02am Fri 23 Nov 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

You live and learn.Thanks for the historical FACTS.
You live and learn.Thanks for the historical FACTS. SFCOLDBOY
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10:40am Fri 23 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SaintKenny wins poster of the month award. Took a bit of time to get there, but when he did he got there proper.

Osprey isn't sssssssshhhhhhhhhing properly, but he's doing that for a reaction. He went through a period of posting every minute, followed by not posting at all. Then worring about whether we are too hard on the skunts (sick) and now he's talking directly to them.

Osprey, as one of the best posters on here, get it together son!
Yes boss, suitably humbled I will crawl back under my rock, mind you it has been fun.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SaintKenny wins poster of the month award. Took a bit of time to get there, but when he did he got there proper. Osprey isn't sssssssshhhhhhhhhing properly, but he's doing that for a reaction. He went through a period of posting every minute, followed by not posting at all. Then worring about whether we are too hard on the skunts (sick) and now he's talking directly to them. Osprey, as one of the best posters on here, get it together son![/p][/quote]Yes boss, suitably humbled I will crawl back under my rock, mind you it has been fun. OSPREYSAINT
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