Hall of Fame induction for Saints legend

Lawrie McMenemy

Lawrie McMenemy

First published in Saints News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Writer

Lawrie McMenemy will tonight receive one of football management’s greatest accolades as he is inducted into the LMA Hall of Fame.

Saints’ 1976 FA Cup winning boss will be given the honour at the League Managers Association’s gala dinner at Wembley.

He will also have his name officially added to the list of managers to have overseen 1,000 or more senior games.

McMenemy, who also led Saints to second place in the top flight in 1984 and into a number of European campaigns, will become only the 34th manager in the Hall of Fame.

That includes all past England managers, regardless of length of service.

He is also only the 20th manager added to the 1,000 club.

The Hall of Fame nomination comes from a panel of officials and managers who have also noted McMenemy’s outstanding contribution to charity work, much of which takes places in Hampshire.

And also the achievements driven forward by the Lawrie McMenemy Centre for Football Research in Southampton at Solent University.

A delighted McMenemy, 76, last night said: “It’s great to be in a group of managers who have done 1,000 games."

 

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7:09am Thu 22 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

A well deserved piece of recognition, congratulations and thanks for the memories Big Mac.

Support shuuuuuush....
A well deserved piece of recognition, congratulations and thanks for the memories Big Mac. Support shuuuuuush.... Little Hitler
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7:21am Thu 22 Nov 12

nedscrumpo says...

Always a hero; The original Big Mac!
Always a hero; The original Big Mac! nedscrumpo
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7:23am Thu 22 Nov 12

saint61 says...

a complete fraud
a complete fraud saint61
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7:28am Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club.
I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps.
Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club. I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps. Mush On The Beach
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7:32am Thu 22 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club.
I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps.
Ditto.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club. I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps.[/p][/quote]Ditto. mack chinnon
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7:54am Thu 22 Nov 12

kent141 says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club.
I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps.
Ditto.
Lol, great sense of humour.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club. I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps.[/p][/quote]Ditto.[/p][/quote]Lol, great sense of humour. kent141
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8:05am Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

saint61 wrote:
a complete fraud
Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh
[quote][p][bold]saint61[/bold] wrote: a complete fraud[/p][/quote]Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh Southampton Dominance
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8:08am Thu 22 Nov 12

Little Hitler says...

I don't think you understand the point of shhhhhhhh!
I don't think you understand the point of shhhhhhhh! Little Hitler
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8:10am Thu 22 Nov 12

JohnItaly says...

saint61 wrote:
a complete fraud
They say talking to yourself about yourself is a sign of ???? Answer on a post to saint61.
[quote][p][bold]saint61[/bold] wrote: a complete fraud[/p][/quote]They say talking to yourself about yourself is a sign of ???? Answer on a post to saint61. JohnItaly
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8:10am Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Little Hitler wrote:
I don't think you understand the point of shhhhhhhh!
WUM, shhhhhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: I don't think you understand the point of shhhhhhhh![/p][/quote]WUM, shhhhhhhh! Southampton Dominance
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8:10am Thu 22 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Big mac enters the LMA Hall while Adkins enters the LMAO Hall.
Big mac enters the LMA Hall while Adkins enters the LMAO Hall. kent141
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8:15am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Well deserved. Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
hhhhhould have happened years ago.
Well deserved. Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhould have happened years ago. Strasbourg Saint
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8:19am Thu 22 Nov 12

SaintAsh1964 says...

Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.
Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club. SaintAsh1964
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8:19am Thu 22 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

kent141 wrote:
Big mac enters the LMA Hall while Adkins enters the LMAO Hall.
Like.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Big mac enters the LMA Hall while Adkins enters the LMAO Hall.[/p][/quote]Like. scooter75
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8:25am Thu 22 Nov 12

SaintAsh1964 says...

ssssssssssssssssssss
shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
hhhhhhh
ssssssssssssssssssss shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhh SaintAsh1964
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8:30am Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.
What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.[/p][/quote]What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh! Southampton Dominance
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8:31am Thu 22 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Lets get Adkins in a taxi, he is already in the LMAO hall
Lets get Adkins in a taxi, he is already in the LMAO hall scooter75
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8:46am Thu 22 Nov 12

Stroppy_gramps says...

Score another one for Saints,
how delightful.

haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it.

so um.... 'ssshhhh'
Score another one for Saints, how delightful. haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it. so um.... 'ssshhhh' Stroppy_gramps
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9:01am Thu 22 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Stroppy_gramps wrote:
Score another one for Saints,
how delightful.

haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it.

so um.... 'ssshhhh'
You'll get the hang of it when the mongloids from the east keep infesting this site. Watch out for a certain one who is trying to pretend he is now a Saints fan.....hes a complete knobwand!
007....Skuntfall...S
ssssshhhhhhh...
[quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: Score another one for Saints, how delightful. haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it. so um.... 'ssshhhh'[/p][/quote]You'll get the hang of it when the mongloids from the east keep infesting this site. Watch out for a certain one who is trying to pretend he is now a Saints fan.....hes a complete knobwand! 007....Skuntfall...S ssssshhhhhhh... seventh-junction
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9:02am Thu 22 Nov 12

Saintsayer II says...

We had some great days under LM and the last couple of years under NA have re-created that great ''to-gether as one'' atmosphere

can we start a ssshhhh er's hall of fame cos some days its bloody hard to do
We had some great days under LM and the last couple of years under NA have re-created that great ''to-gether as one'' atmosphere can we start a ssshhhh er's hall of fame cos some days its bloody hard to do Saintsayer II
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9:07am Thu 22 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

Well deserved. Congratulations.

Big Mac was a manager of the old school, before clubs became corporate and when working men could stand on the terraces and have a pint and not have to take out a mortgage for a season ticket.

Those were days when the top four or five clubs could not be guessed accurately at the start of the season.

You never ever heard of the owners of the clubs, they were rich old boys tucked away somewhere and hardly anybody knew their names. There were no directors of football and no chief executives. The manager was the manager and the coach was either the bloke in a tracksuit in the team photo or the means to get to away matches.

Big Mac was also on the very first TV Panel along with the likes of Paddy Crerand, Derek Dougan and Malcolm Allison. Great days.

Long time ago. Well done that man. Big Mac you are a true icon representing a time that football was still a preserve of the local community and not the vehicle for corporate greed that it is now.
Well deserved. Congratulations. Big Mac was a manager of the old school, before clubs became corporate and when working men could stand on the terraces and have a pint and not have to take out a mortgage for a season ticket. Those were days when the top four or five clubs could not be guessed accurately at the start of the season. You never ever heard of the owners of the clubs, they were rich old boys tucked away somewhere and hardly anybody knew their names. There were no directors of football and no chief executives. The manager was the manager and the coach was either the bloke in a tracksuit in the team photo or the means to get to away matches. Big Mac was also on the very first TV Panel along with the likes of Paddy Crerand, Derek Dougan and Malcolm Allison. Great days. Long time ago. Well done that man. Big Mac you are a true icon representing a time that football was still a preserve of the local community and not the vehicle for corporate greed that it is now. Alicesdad
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9:07am Thu 22 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

Well deserved. Congratulations.

Big Mac was a manager of the old school, before clubs became corporate and when working men could stand on the terraces and have a pint and not have to take out a mortgage for a season ticket.

Those were days when the top four or five clubs could not be guessed accurately at the start of the season.

You never ever heard of the owners of the clubs, they were rich old boys tucked away somewhere and hardly anybody knew their names. There were no directors of football and no chief executives. The manager was the manager and the coach was either the bloke in a tracksuit in the team photo or the means to get to away matches.

Big Mac was also on the very first TV Panel along with the likes of Paddy Crerand, Derek Dougan and Malcolm Allison. Great days.

Long time ago. Well done that man. Big Mac you are a true icon representing a time that football was still a preserve of the local community and not the vehicle for corporate greed that it is now.
Well deserved. Congratulations. Big Mac was a manager of the old school, before clubs became corporate and when working men could stand on the terraces and have a pint and not have to take out a mortgage for a season ticket. Those were days when the top four or five clubs could not be guessed accurately at the start of the season. You never ever heard of the owners of the clubs, they were rich old boys tucked away somewhere and hardly anybody knew their names. There were no directors of football and no chief executives. The manager was the manager and the coach was either the bloke in a tracksuit in the team photo or the means to get to away matches. Big Mac was also on the very first TV Panel along with the likes of Paddy Crerand, Derek Dougan and Malcolm Allison. Great days. Long time ago. Well done that man. Big Mac you are a true icon representing a time that football was still a preserve of the local community and not the vehicle for corporate greed that it is now. Alicesdad
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9:28am Thu 22 Nov 12

Confucious says...

Delighted for Mac - and I hope in all due time Nigel (who has already captured the affection of fans) will be able to follow him into the Saints legend book.

Well done on the shhhhhhhhhh campaign and sticking to it. Silence really is the most perfect expression of scorn.
Delighted for Mac - and I hope in all due time Nigel (who has already captured the affection of fans) will be able to follow him into the Saints legend book. Well done on the shhhhhhhhhh campaign and sticking to it. Silence really is the most perfect expression of scorn. Confucious
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9:31am Thu 22 Nov 12

Beer Monster says...

Nice one Mac, top bloke :-)
Nice one Mac, top bloke :-) Beer Monster
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9:34am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
We had some great days under LM and the last couple of years under NA have re-created that great ''to-gether as one'' atmosphere

can we start a ssshhhh er's hall of fame cos some days its bloody hard to do
Innit! Strength in unity and all that.

When I first read the headline, I thought NC (out of character, I know) had decided to create a Saints hall of fame at SMS ..... now there's an idea which would recognise the past without the need to intrude on the present or VERY BRIGHT future ..... and Lawrie Mac was going to be the first to be inducted.

I gather they already have one at Fratton. The criterion is simple: unsullied legends only.

It's not such a long list (of course) because the 'unsullied' bit somewhat reduced the list.

Still, it's just as well because they don't have a wall long enough for the huge number of (sullied) heroes who have over the years helped to create a club at which the bestest (blah blah blah) fans in the world have literally in their tens of hundreds watched (and booed) the bestest football in world (for about 80 minutes per match, at least).

It’s a pity, it would be a tourist attraction to rival the Mary Rose, Warrior and Victory -also great Skateville relics of the past - and would help the world to better know the people behind the club which, unrivalled by any other club in the world, has become famous for its proud history of buying trophies, packing parks, ringing annoying little bells, not paying charities and disappearing into the footballing abyss (aka the Rymans League).

Alas, it’s such a wasted opportunity!
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: We had some great days under LM and the last couple of years under NA have re-created that great ''to-gether as one'' atmosphere can we start a ssshhhh er's hall of fame cos some days its bloody hard to do[/p][/quote]Innit! Strength in unity and all that. When I first read the headline, I thought NC (out of character, I know) had decided to create a Saints hall of fame at SMS ..... now there's an idea which would recognise the past without the need to intrude on the present or VERY BRIGHT future ..... and Lawrie Mac was going to be the first to be inducted. I gather they already have one at Fratton. The criterion is simple: unsullied legends only. It's not such a long list (of course) because the 'unsullied' bit somewhat reduced the list. Still, it's just as well because they don't have a wall long enough for the huge number of (sullied) heroes who have over the years helped to create a club at which the bestest (blah blah blah) fans in the world have literally in their tens of hundreds watched (and booed) the bestest football in world (for about 80 minutes per match, at least). It’s a pity, it would be a tourist attraction to rival the Mary Rose, Warrior and Victory -also great Skateville relics of the past - and would help the world to better know the people behind the club which, unrivalled by any other club in the world, has become famous for its proud history of buying trophies, packing parks, ringing annoying little bells, not paying charities and disappearing into the footballing abyss (aka the Rymans League). Alas, it’s such a wasted opportunity! Strasbourg Saint
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9:39am Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Stroppy_gramps wrote:
Score another one for Saints,
how delightful.

haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it.

so um.... 'ssshhhh'
You'll get the hang of it when the mongloids from the east keep infesting this site. Watch out for a certain one who is trying to pretend he is now a Saints fan.....hes a complete knobwand!
007....Skuntfall...S

ssssshhhhhhh...
You go girl! ssssshhhhhhh
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: Score another one for Saints, how delightful. haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it. so um.... 'ssshhhh'[/p][/quote]You'll get the hang of it when the mongloids from the east keep infesting this site. Watch out for a certain one who is trying to pretend he is now a Saints fan.....hes a complete knobwand! 007....Skuntfall...S ssssshhhhhhh...[/p][/quote]You go girl! ssssshhhhhhh Southampton Dominance
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9:41am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Alicesdad wrote:
Well deserved. Congratulations.

Big Mac was a manager of the old school, before clubs became corporate and when working men could stand on the terraces and have a pint and not have to take out a mortgage for a season ticket.

Those were days when the top four or five clubs could not be guessed accurately at the start of the season.

You never ever heard of the owners of the clubs, they were rich old boys tucked away somewhere and hardly anybody knew their names. There were no directors of football and no chief executives. The manager was the manager and the coach was either the bloke in a tracksuit in the team photo or the means to get to away matches.

Big Mac was also on the very first TV Panel along with the likes of Paddy Crerand, Derek Dougan and Malcolm Allison. Great days.

Long time ago. Well done that man. Big Mac you are a true icon representing a time that football was still a preserve of the local community and not the vehicle for corporate greed that it is now.
Oh, the good ol' days.

PC, DD, MA and Big Mac (not to forget Mick Channon, of course). On Sky, you find a panel of expertly manicured sideburns like that.
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: Well deserved. Congratulations. Big Mac was a manager of the old school, before clubs became corporate and when working men could stand on the terraces and have a pint and not have to take out a mortgage for a season ticket. Those were days when the top four or five clubs could not be guessed accurately at the start of the season. You never ever heard of the owners of the clubs, they were rich old boys tucked away somewhere and hardly anybody knew their names. There were no directors of football and no chief executives. The manager was the manager and the coach was either the bloke in a tracksuit in the team photo or the means to get to away matches. Big Mac was also on the very first TV Panel along with the likes of Paddy Crerand, Derek Dougan and Malcolm Allison. Great days. Long time ago. Well done that man. Big Mac you are a true icon representing a time that football was still a preserve of the local community and not the vehicle for corporate greed that it is now.[/p][/quote]Oh, the good ol' days. PC, DD, MA and Big Mac (not to forget Mick Channon, of course). On Sky, you find a panel of expertly manicured sideburns like that. Strasbourg Saint
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9:43am Thu 22 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Southampton Dominance such a decent name such a shame about the person writing the garbage.

ssshhhhh

Too young to remember Lawrie Mac but he did a fantastic job for the club and from what I can gather very few people in the footballing world have a bad word to say about him
Southampton Dominance such a decent name such a shame about the person writing the garbage. ssshhhhh Too young to remember Lawrie Mac but he did a fantastic job for the club and from what I can gather very few people in the footballing world have a bad word to say about him SO50 Saint
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9:44am Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Stroppy_gramps wrote:
Score another one for Saints,
how delightful.

haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it.

so um.... 'ssshhhh'
You'll get the hang of it when the mongloids from the east keep infesting this site. Watch out for a certain one who is trying to pretend he is now a Saints fan.....hes a complete knobwand!
007....Skuntfall...S

ssssshhhhhhh...
Oh I get it! Skyfall, Skuntfall! Going by the amount of times you use it, you're obviously very proud of it! How many hours were spent, racking your peanut size brain, for that gem?
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: Score another one for Saints, how delightful. haven't been on for a bit - busy at work so I have no clue what the 'sshhhh' campaign is but I have a fairly good idea about it. so um.... 'ssshhhh'[/p][/quote]You'll get the hang of it when the mongloids from the east keep infesting this site. Watch out for a certain one who is trying to pretend he is now a Saints fan.....hes a complete knobwand! 007....Skuntfall...S ssssshhhhhhh...[/p][/quote]Oh I get it! Skyfall, Skuntfall! Going by the amount of times you use it, you're obviously very proud of it! How many hours were spent, racking your peanut size brain, for that gem? Southampton Dominance
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9:46am Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Southampton Dominance such a decent name such a shame about the person writing the garbage.

ssshhhhh

Too young to remember Lawrie Mac but he did a fantastic job for the club and from what I can gather very few people in the footballing world have a bad word to say about him
Woah Woah Woah! Honey, put your claws back in!
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Southampton Dominance such a decent name such a shame about the person writing the garbage. ssshhhhh Too young to remember Lawrie Mac but he did a fantastic job for the club and from what I can gather very few people in the footballing world have a bad word to say about him[/p][/quote]Woah Woah Woah! Honey, put your claws back in! Southampton Dominance
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9:59am Thu 22 Nov 12

Nemesisaint says...

In the mid '70's we, the loyal fans had a similar battle to recent events, where we fought to retain Lawrie Mac as manager, we succeeded and the rest they say is history. Any awards he gets will have been earned, it is just a pity some people still have no respect. Please just continue to ignor the nonsense posted by those that chose to behave like idiots.
In the mid '70's we, the loyal fans had a similar battle to recent events, where we fought to retain Lawrie Mac as manager, we succeeded and the rest they say is history. Any awards he gets will have been earned, it is just a pity some people still have no respect. Please just continue to ignor the nonsense posted by those that chose to behave like idiots. Nemesisaint
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10:02am Thu 22 Nov 12

SaintAsh1964 says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.
What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh!
Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t
Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred.
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.[/p][/quote]What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh![/p][/quote]Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred. SaintAsh1964
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10:03am Thu 22 Nov 12

St Retford says...

LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically:

GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there."
Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."
GT: "Where's Gazza?"
PN: "GAZZA!"
GT: "He's f***ed."
PN: "Gazza? F***ed."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."

Amazing scenes.
LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically: GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there." Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." GT: "Where's Gazza?" PN: "GAZZA!" GT: "He's f***ed." PN: "Gazza? F***ed." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." Amazing scenes. St Retford
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10:07am Thu 22 Nov 12

St Retford says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Southampton Dominance wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.
What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh!
Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t
Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred.
Shhhhhhhhhhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.[/p][/quote]What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh![/p][/quote]Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred.[/p][/quote]Shhhhhhhhhhhhh! St Retford
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10:12am Thu 22 Nov 12

Bobby1976 says...

Absolute legend!
First became a Saints fan watchIng the
FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans.
I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR.....
Absolute legend! First became a Saints fan watchIng the FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans. I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR..... Bobby1976
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10:17am Thu 22 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Southampton Dominance wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.
What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh!
Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t
Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred.
Really! You a**w1pe!
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.[/p][/quote]What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh![/p][/quote]Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred.[/p][/quote]Really! You a**w1pe! Southampton Dominance
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10:21am Thu 22 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

Echo please correct your story, it should read. Lawrie McMenemy MBE! big mac was awarded the MBE in 2006 and so righfully deserves to have it printed along with his name. i am not one for knocking the echo but when they print a story about someone being honoured they should get his previous honours right. whilst talking about honours is it not about time that big mac is made Sir big mac? should be given for his charity work alone. you see it can be done, people in the football community can give to charities! not everyone just keeps the monies promised to them.
sssssssshhhhhhhhhhhh
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i loved Eighth Wonder always were my favs!
Echo please correct your story, it should read. Lawrie McMenemy MBE! big mac was awarded the MBE in 2006 and so righfully deserves to have it printed along with his name. i am not one for knocking the echo but when they print a story about someone being honoured they should get his previous honours right. whilst talking about honours is it not about time that big mac is made Sir big mac? should be given for his charity work alone. you see it can be done, people in the football community can give to charities! not everyone just keeps the monies promised to them. sssssssshhhhhhhhhhhh h i loved Eighth Wonder always were my favs! saintshorse101
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10:31am Thu 22 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

St Retford wrote:
LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically:

GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there."
Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."
GT: "Where's Gazza?"
PN: "GAZZA!"
GT: "He's f***ed."
PN: "Gazza? F***ed."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."

Amazing scenes.
I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!).

"F%kin' Des!"

Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh
h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically: GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there." Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." GT: "Where's Gazza?" PN: "GAZZA!" GT: "He's f***ed." PN: "Gazza? F***ed." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." Amazing scenes.[/p][/quote]I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!). "F%kin' Des!" Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh h! It's sad to see such attention seeking. puppy saint
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10:33am Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Bobby1976 wrote:
Absolute legend!
First became a Saints fan watchIng the
FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans.
I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR.....
Lawrie was the master of signing great old pros moved on from top teams who still had something to give and mixing the pot with hot young talent.

I think our current model of packing the squad full with rising young potential is great too, but think we could do with a couple of extra old heads for leadership in key positions.
[quote][p][bold]Bobby1976[/bold] wrote: Absolute legend! First became a Saints fan watchIng the FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans. I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR.....[/p][/quote]Lawrie was the master of signing great old pros moved on from top teams who still had something to give and mixing the pot with hot young talent. I think our current model of packing the squad full with rising young potential is great too, but think we could do with a couple of extra old heads for leadership in key positions. Mush On The Beach
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10:42am Thu 22 Nov 12

St Retford says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically:

GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there."
Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."
GT: "Where's Gazza?"
PN: "GAZZA!"
GT: "He's f***ed."
PN: "Gazza? F***ed."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."

Amazing scenes.
I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!).

"F%kin' Des!"

Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh

h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.
The bit when he sends Nige on is amazing. I've never seen a man look so confused upon receiving a set of instructions.

I watched it fairly recently and despite his rank ineptitude you do feel a little bit sorry for Graham Taylor.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically: GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there." Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." GT: "Where's Gazza?" PN: "GAZZA!" GT: "He's f***ed." PN: "Gazza? F***ed." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." Amazing scenes.[/p][/quote]I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!). "F%kin' Des!" Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.[/p][/quote]The bit when he sends Nige on is amazing. I've never seen a man look so confused upon receiving a set of instructions. I watched it fairly recently and despite his rank ineptitude you do feel a little bit sorry for Graham Taylor. St Retford
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10:47am Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SaintAsh1964 whilst your sentiments are totally correct, he is a thickcunt, the whole point of the ssssssssssshhhh campaign is not to lower ourselves to direct conversation with the inbred skunts. You might catch something unpleasant.

Well done Big Mac it was you that got me to spend a fortune following the Saints through thick and thin these last 40 years. On second thoughts - youbastard!
SaintAsh1964 whilst your sentiments are totally correct, he is a thickcunt, the whole point of the ssssssssssshhhh campaign is not to lower ourselves to direct conversation with the inbred skunts. You might catch something unpleasant. Well done Big Mac it was you that got me to spend a fortune following the Saints through thick and thin these last 40 years. On second thoughts - youbastard! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:52am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically:

GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there."
Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."
GT: "Where's Gazza?"
PN: "GAZZA!"
GT: "He's f***ed."
PN: "Gazza? F***ed."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."

Amazing scenes.
I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!).

"F%kin' Des!"

Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh

h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.
What attention seeking?

I haven't noticed it.

Must have missed something!
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically: GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there." Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." GT: "Where's Gazza?" PN: "GAZZA!" GT: "He's f***ed." PN: "Gazza? F***ed." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." Amazing scenes.[/p][/quote]I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!). "F%kin' Des!" Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.[/p][/quote]What attention seeking? I haven't noticed it. Must have missed something! Strasbourg Saint
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10:56am Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically:

GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there."
Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."
GT: "Where's Gazza?"
PN: "GAZZA!"
GT: "He's f***ed."
PN: "Gazza? F***ed."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."

Amazing scenes.
I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!).

"F%kin' Des!"

Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh


h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.
What attention seeking?

I haven't noticed it.

Must have missed something!
The runt skunt of the litter always has to gasp for attention
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically: GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there." Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." GT: "Where's Gazza?" PN: "GAZZA!" GT: "He's f***ed." PN: "Gazza? F***ed." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." Amazing scenes.[/p][/quote]I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!). "F%kin' Des!" Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.[/p][/quote]What attention seeking? I haven't noticed it. Must have missed something![/p][/quote]The runt skunt of the litter always has to gasp for attention Mush On The Beach
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10:57am Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Bobby1976 wrote:
Absolute legend!
First became a Saints fan watchIng the
FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans.
I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR.....
Lawrie was the master of signing great old pros moved on from top teams who still had something to give and mixing the pot with hot young talent.

I think our current model of packing the squad full with rising young potential is great too, but think we could do with a couple of extra old heads for leadership in key positions.
Trouble is they earn so much now they don't need to play on. For yesterdays Keegan, George, Worthington, Ball etc you could read todays Scholes, Giggs etc but they will go from Man U straight into retirement.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bobby1976[/bold] wrote: Absolute legend! First became a Saints fan watchIng the FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans. I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR.....[/p][/quote]Lawrie was the master of signing great old pros moved on from top teams who still had something to give and mixing the pot with hot young talent. I think our current model of packing the squad full with rising young potential is great too, but think we could do with a couple of extra old heads for leadership in key positions.[/p][/quote]Trouble is they earn so much now they don't need to play on. For yesterdays Keegan, George, Worthington, Ball etc you could read todays Scholes, Giggs etc but they will go from Man U straight into retirement. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:59am Thu 22 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

St Retford wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically:

GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there."
Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."
GT: "Where's Gazza?"
PN: "GAZZA!"
GT: "He's f***ed."
PN: "Gazza? F***ed."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."

Amazing scenes.
I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!).

"F%kin' Des!"

Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh


h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.
The bit when he sends Nige on is amazing. I've never seen a man look so confused upon receiving a set of instructions.

I watched it fairly recently and despite his rank ineptitude you do feel a little bit sorry for Graham Taylor.
He doesn't do himself any favours but he is also victim of some rather dubious decisions, especially against t'Dutchies in Rotterdam.

"I'm a metre."
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically: GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there." Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." GT: "Where's Gazza?" PN: "GAZZA!" GT: "He's f***ed." PN: "Gazza? F***ed." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." Amazing scenes.[/p][/quote]I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!). "F%kin' Des!" Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.[/p][/quote]The bit when he sends Nige on is amazing. I've never seen a man look so confused upon receiving a set of instructions. I watched it fairly recently and despite his rank ineptitude you do feel a little bit sorry for Graham Taylor.[/p][/quote]He doesn't do himself any favours but he is also victim of some rather dubious decisions, especially against t'Dutchies in Rotterdam. "I'm a metre." puppy saint
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11:02am Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image.

Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.
The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image. Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:06am Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

the big man is ledge for me,can still remember the open bus tour round the city after the cup final.how good was that,scarves an flags everywhere.

happy days !!

an anagram of dominance is
" a dim nonce "
say no more.

sssshhhhhh !!
the big man is ledge for me,can still remember the open bus tour round the city after the cup final.how good was that,scarves an flags everywhere. happy days !! an anagram of dominance is " a dim nonce " say no more. sssshhhhhh !! angus mc coatup
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11:06am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but .....

I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was.

You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time .....

..... '1976 and all that, we were there.'

(Vomit first …..

..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’

..... then vomit again ……
Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but ..... I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was. You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time ..... ..... '1976 and all that, we were there.' (Vomit first ….. ..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’ ..... then vomit again …… Strasbourg Saint
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11:08am Thu 22 Nov 12

SaintAsh1964 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SaintAsh1964 whilst your sentiments are totally correct, he is a thickcunt, the whole point of the ssssssssssshhhh campaign is not to lower ourselves to direct conversation with the inbred skunts. You might catch something unpleasant.

Well done Big Mac it was you that got me to spend a fortune following the Saints through thick and thin these last 40 years. On second thoughts - youbastard!
Apologies seed, but that was a punch to low!
ssssssssssssssshhhhh
hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SaintAsh1964 whilst your sentiments are totally correct, he is a thickcunt, the whole point of the ssssssssssshhhh campaign is not to lower ourselves to direct conversation with the inbred skunts. You might catch something unpleasant. Well done Big Mac it was you that got me to spend a fortune following the Saints through thick and thin these last 40 years. On second thoughts - youbastard![/p][/quote]Apologies seed, but that was a punch to low! ssssssssssssssshhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :) SaintAsh1964
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11:08am Thu 22 Nov 12

TheSaintsMan says...

Congrats Big Mac, I have had a chat with him a few times around St Mary's, a stand-up guy and a great manager, fully deservant of this award.

COYR!!!
Congrats Big Mac, I have had a chat with him a few times around St Mary's, a stand-up guy and a great manager, fully deservant of this award. COYR!!! TheSaintsMan
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11:16am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically:

GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there."
Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."
GT: "Where's Gazza?"
PN: "GAZZA!"
GT: "He's f***ed."
PN: "Gazza? F***ed."
LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it."

Amazing scenes.
I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!).

"F%kin' Des!"

Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh



h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.
What attention seeking?

I haven't noticed it.

Must have missed something!
The runt skunt of the litter always has to gasp for attention
Trouble is, Mush, in a normal litter, there's one runt and the rest are fine.

Not so in a little of skunts, which probably explains why so many are on here gasping for attention.

As for Seed's description, I think the Kreacher comparison works. Maybe there's a bit of Golom about them, too.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: LM as a Saints boss was a little before my time, which is a shame as by all accounts we were very good in those days. The first time I became aware of him was when he was Graham Taylor's assistant, playing his part in the greatest football documentary of all time. The people actually in charge of the England squad were basically: GT: "He's done him. He's done him from over there." Phil Neal: "He's f***in' done him. He's f***in' done 'im from over there." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." GT: "Where's Gazza?" PN: "GAZZA!" GT: "He's f***ed." PN: "Gazza? F***ed." LM: "I don't belaaaaayve it." Amazing scenes.[/p][/quote]I try and watch 'The Impossible Job' at least once a year. LM is the only one to emerge with any credibility intact. Phil Neal is so far up Taylor's rectum that I'm surprised you can hear anything he says. Taylor is comedy gold all the way through but his attempt at instructing Nigel Clough how to play 'in the hole' never ceases to amuse, amaze and baffle me (and young Clough!). "F%kin' Des!" Ssssskuntssshhhhhhhh h! It's sad to see such attention seeking.[/p][/quote]What attention seeking? I haven't noticed it. Must have missed something![/p][/quote]The runt skunt of the litter always has to gasp for attention[/p][/quote]Trouble is, Mush, in a normal litter, there's one runt and the rest are fine. Not so in a little of skunts, which probably explains why so many are on here gasping for attention. As for Seed's description, I think the Kreacher comparison works. Maybe there's a bit of Golom about them, too. Strasbourg Saint
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11:16am Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
the big man is ledge for me,can still remember the open bus tour round the city after the cup final.how good was that,scarves an flags everywhere.

happy days !!

an anagram of dominance is
" a dim nonce "
say no more.

sssshhhhhh !!
come to think of it, an anagram of
southampton dominance is
" thomas upton a dim nonce "
haha................
says it all
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: the big man is ledge for me,can still remember the open bus tour round the city after the cup final.how good was that,scarves an flags everywhere. happy days !! an anagram of dominance is " a dim nonce " say no more. sssshhhhhh !![/p][/quote]come to think of it, an anagram of southampton dominance is " thomas upton a dim nonce " haha................ says it all angus mc coatup
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11:18am Thu 22 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

I see PC Seedy is on the beat again.
I see PC Seedy is on the beat again. puppy saint
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11:18am Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SaintAsh1964 whilst your sentiments are totally correct, he is a thickcunt, the whole point of the ssssssssssshhhh campaign is not to lower ourselves to direct conversation with the inbred skunts. You might catch something unpleasant.

Well done Big Mac it was you that got me to spend a fortune following the Saints through thick and thin these last 40 years. On second thoughts - youbastard!
Apologies seed, but that was a punch to low!
ssssssssssssssshhhhh

hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :)
No worries.

sssssssssssssssshhhh
hhhhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SaintAsh1964 whilst your sentiments are totally correct, he is a thickcunt, the whole point of the ssssssssssshhhh campaign is not to lower ourselves to direct conversation with the inbred skunts. You might catch something unpleasant. Well done Big Mac it was you that got me to spend a fortune following the Saints through thick and thin these last 40 years. On second thoughts - youbastard![/p][/quote]Apologies seed, but that was a punch to low! ssssssssssssssshhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :)[/p][/quote]No worries. sssssssssssssssshhhh hhhhhhh! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:18am Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but .....

I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was.

You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time .....

..... '1976 and all that, we were there.'

(Vomit first …..

..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’

..... then vomit again ……
I can't think why you brought that up!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but ..... I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was. You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time ..... ..... '1976 and all that, we were there.' (Vomit first ….. ..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’ ..... then vomit again ……[/p][/quote]I can't think why you brought that up! OSPREYSAINT
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11:20am Thu 22 Nov 12

Abbey Saint says...

saint61 wrote:
a complete fraud
Troll
[quote][p][bold]saint61[/bold] wrote: a complete fraud[/p][/quote]Troll Abbey Saint
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11:23am Thu 22 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
the big man is ledge for me,can still remember the open bus tour round the city after the cup final.how good was that,scarves an flags everywhere.

happy days !!

an anagram of dominance is
" a dim nonce "
say no more.

sssshhhhhh !!
come to think of it, an anagram of
southampton dominance is
" thomas upton a dim nonce "
haha................
says it all
Very good Angus.
Come on Coventry.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: the big man is ledge for me,can still remember the open bus tour round the city after the cup final.how good was that,scarves an flags everywhere. happy days !! an anagram of dominance is " a dim nonce " say no more. sssshhhhhh !![/p][/quote]come to think of it, an anagram of southampton dominance is " thomas upton a dim nonce " haha................ says it all[/p][/quote]Very good Angus. Come on Coventry. mack chinnon
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11:35am Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but .....

I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was.

You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time .....

..... '1976 and all that, we were there.'

(Vomit first …..

..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’

..... then vomit again ……
I can't think why you brought that up!
It's amazing what these threads throw up, Osprey!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but ..... I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was. You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time ..... ..... '1976 and all that, we were there.' (Vomit first ….. ..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’ ..... then vomit again ……[/p][/quote]I can't think why you brought that up![/p][/quote]It's amazing what these threads throw up, Osprey! Strasbourg Saint
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11:37am Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Bobby1976 wrote:
Absolute legend!
First became a Saints fan watchIng the
FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans.
I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR.....
Lawrie was the master of signing great old pros moved on from top teams who still had something to give and mixing the pot with hot young talent.

I think our current model of packing the squad full with rising young potential is great too, but think we could do with a couple of extra old heads for leadership in key positions.
Trouble is they earn so much now they don't need to play on. For yesterdays Keegan, George, Worthington, Ball etc you could read todays Scholes, Giggs etc but they will go from Man U straight into retirement.
Sadly , I think you are right as the money in the game now has certainly changed it all, even average players now are millionaires FFS.
Hopefully, there are always exceptions to the rule in the recent era, I mean some players that will go on forever for the love of the game and swap clubs e.g. Teddie Sheringham, Brad Friedal, Robbie Fowler, David Beckham, Craig Bellamy, surely they didn’t need the money.

I still play on Sundays and am left footed if you need me Nigel.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bobby1976[/bold] wrote: Absolute legend! First became a Saints fan watchIng the FA cup on 1976, stayed up until 3am local time as a kid, loving watching the underdog win! Lawrie is an absolute legend, bringing KK and a host of other talent to the Dell. I see Nigel in the same way, committed to the club, looking at the longer term picture and with the the backing of the fans. I don't post very often but been a Saints fan for over 35 years and on my first trip to the UK can boast that within 2 hours of touching down was being shown around St Mary's by Herbie. Great Stadium and looking forward to seeing Saints hold on to their EPL status and prosper. COYR.....[/p][/quote]Lawrie was the master of signing great old pros moved on from top teams who still had something to give and mixing the pot with hot young talent. I think our current model of packing the squad full with rising young potential is great too, but think we could do with a couple of extra old heads for leadership in key positions.[/p][/quote]Trouble is they earn so much now they don't need to play on. For yesterdays Keegan, George, Worthington, Ball etc you could read todays Scholes, Giggs etc but they will go from Man U straight into retirement.[/p][/quote]Sadly , I think you are right as the money in the game now has certainly changed it all, even average players now are millionaires FFS. Hopefully, there are always exceptions to the rule in the recent era, I mean some players that will go on forever for the love of the game and swap clubs e.g. Teddie Sheringham, Brad Friedal, Robbie Fowler, David Beckham, Craig Bellamy, surely they didn’t need the money. I still play on Sundays and am left footed if you need me Nigel. Mush On The Beach
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11:44am Thu 22 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but .....

I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was.

You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time .....

..... '1976 and all that, we were there.'

(Vomit first …..

..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’

..... then vomit again ……
I can't think why you brought that up!
It's amazing what these threads throw up, Osprey!
we're all getting sick of these regurgitated posts. ;0)
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but ..... I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was. You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time ..... ..... '1976 and all that, we were there.' (Vomit first ….. ..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’ ..... then vomit again ……[/p][/quote]I can't think why you brought that up![/p][/quote]It's amazing what these threads throw up, Osprey![/p][/quote]we're all getting sick of these regurgitated posts. ;0) angus mc coatup
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12:01pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image.

Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.
Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image. Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.[/p][/quote]Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers Mush On The Beach
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12:09pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but .....

I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was.

You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time .....

..... '1976 and all that, we were there.'

(Vomit first …..

..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’

..... then vomit again ……
I can't think why you brought that up!
It's amazing what these threads throw up, Osprey!
we're all getting sick of these regurgitated posts. ;0)
Sorry, I just thought I'd CHUCK it in to the conversation. Maybe we could HEAVE it removed before too many others click the quote button and REGURGITATE it.

Anyway, I say, I say, I say, what's the best vegetable for preventing sickness?

(I don't know, what is the best vegetable for preventing sickness?)

Puke-umber!

I better stop now; I'm beginning to REPEAT myself.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile, regarding Mac, sorry for indulging in an old tale but ..... I was at SMS with the little Strassies a season or two ago and we were collecting autographs after a match. I have no memory of the team we were playing - once I scroll down the tables below QPR, I sort of forget those other 72 teams. Anyway, along came Mac. He was immediately surrounded by fans, including me and I explained to the little Strassies who this big feller was. You know that look you get when someone from your past meets your eyes and sort of recognises you? Well, Mac and I had one of those moments (no, not in a BHA sort of way). It felt as if he and I both had the same thought at the same time ..... ..... '1976 and all that, we were there.' (Vomit first ….. ..... then cue Bryan Adams ….. ‘those were the best days of our lives …..’ ..... then vomit again ……[/p][/quote]I can't think why you brought that up![/p][/quote]It's amazing what these threads throw up, Osprey![/p][/quote]we're all getting sick of these regurgitated posts. ;0)[/p][/quote]Sorry, I just thought I'd CHUCK it in to the conversation. Maybe we could HEAVE it removed before too many others click the quote button and REGURGITATE it. Anyway, I say, I say, I say, what's the best vegetable for preventing sickness? (I don't know, what is the best vegetable for preventing sickness?) Puke-umber! I better stop now; I'm beginning to REPEAT myself. Strasbourg Saint
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12:16pm Thu 22 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Another thread goes down the pan.
Another thread goes down the pan. OSPREYSAINT
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12:24pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
I see PC Seedy is on the beat again.
Stop loitering sonny.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: I see PC Seedy is on the beat again.[/p][/quote]Stop loitering sonny. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:16pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image.

Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.
Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers
I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image. Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.[/p][/quote]Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers[/p][/quote]I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying! STID *Cue the Bond theme* st1halo
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1:20pm Thu 22 Nov 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

Been imformative and also a giggle today so far.
Off to work now keep the SHHhkhhhhhhhhhhhhshh
h campaign going.
Bye all
COYS
Been imformative and also a giggle today so far. Off to work now keep the SHHhkhhhhhhhhhhhhshh h campaign going. Bye all COYS SFCOLDBOY
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1:30pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Big Mac - met him at the FACup reunion dinner - what a legend! A brilliant manager, great storyteller/public speaker and nice bloke! Deserves all the accolades he gets in my book.
Hopefully he'll get a statue at SMS one day (though I can't see it while NC is there!.... No... I'm not Tebourba!!!)

STID
Big Mac - met him at the FACup reunion dinner - what a legend! A brilliant manager, great storyteller/public speaker and nice bloke! Deserves all the accolades he gets in my book. Hopefully he'll get a statue at SMS one day (though I can't see it while NC is there!.... No... I'm not Tebourba!!!) STID st1halo
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1:38pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

st1halo wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image.

Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.
Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers
I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
Runt Skunt (TM Mush OTB)!!!!
That’s it, I believe you equate to the Gimp Mong (age 52+) with the funny hat, cowbell and fat gut that apparently lives with his Mum. PUP (Hardcore!!!)

Children, come out play!!!!
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image. Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.[/p][/quote]Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers[/p][/quote]I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]Runt Skunt (TM Mush OTB)!!!! That’s it, I believe you equate to the Gimp Mong (age 52+) with the funny hat, cowbell and fat gut that apparently lives with his Mum. PUP (Hardcore!!!) Children, come out play!!!! Mush On The Beach
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1:57pm Thu 22 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image.

Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.
Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers
I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
Runt Skunt (TM Mush OTB)!!!!
That’s it, I believe you equate to the Gimp Mong (age 52+) with the funny hat, cowbell and fat gut that apparently lives with his Mum. PUP (Hardcore!!!)

Children, come out play!!!!
Need to place an entry into the Concise Oxford dictionary---
'Runt Skunt' (TM MushOTB)
Definition - noun - Westwood

Look no further!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image. Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.[/p][/quote]Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers[/p][/quote]I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]Runt Skunt (TM Mush OTB)!!!! That’s it, I believe you equate to the Gimp Mong (age 52+) with the funny hat, cowbell and fat gut that apparently lives with his Mum. PUP (Hardcore!!!) Children, come out play!!!![/p][/quote]Need to place an entry into the Concise Oxford dictionary--- 'Runt Skunt' (TM MushOTB) Definition - noun - Westwood Look no further! STID *Cue the Bond theme* st1halo
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1:58pm Thu 22 Nov 12

More Glory says...

Fair play to big Lawrie, and he was always generous to Pompey unlike Merrington.

I always liked his quote about Violins

"An ideal team consists of 4 violinists and 7 road-sweepers" - and I guess he ahieved that somewhat with his oldies n young'ns

From your point of view - Shame about the documentary he was in with Graham Taylor. It was funny though - you have to admit that.
Fair play to big Lawrie, and he was always generous to Pompey unlike Merrington. I always liked his quote about Violins "An ideal team consists of 4 violinists and 7 road-sweepers" - and I guess he ahieved that somewhat with his oldies n young'ns From your point of view - Shame about the documentary he was in with Graham Taylor. It was funny though - you have to admit that. More Glory
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1:59pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

the one thing we do know about the skunts is that no matter how they look, Lotney "Sloth" Fratelli from the goonies for me, they all have very pale skin. they have been living in the shadow of the mighty saints for so long that their skin is almost transparent.
sssssssshhhhhhhhhh
the one thing we do know about the skunts is that no matter how they look, Lotney "Sloth" Fratelli from the goonies for me, they all have very pale skin. they have been living in the shadow of the mighty saints for so long that their skin is almost transparent. sssssssshhhhhhhhhh saintshorse101
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2:11pm Thu 22 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

one of saints finest managers never lost to the skunts one of te reasons why the saints lead by 34 wins to 17 ,a life time of bragging rights .and his help with the engand setup .not to mention the things he has done for charities .much deserved
one of saints finest managers never lost to the skunts one of te reasons why the saints lead by 34 wins to 17 ,a life time of bragging rights .and his help with the engand setup .not to mention the things he has done for charities .much deserved saintkenny
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2:20pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

saintkenny wrote:
one of saints finest managers never lost to the skunts one of te reasons why the saints lead by 34 wins to 17 ,a life time of bragging rights .and his help with the engand setup .not to mention the things he has done for charities .much deserved
Kenny, stop distorting the skunts history with FACTS, it makes them tetchy
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: one of saints finest managers never lost to the skunts one of te reasons why the saints lead by 34 wins to 17 ,a life time of bragging rights .and his help with the engand setup .not to mention the things he has done for charities .much deserved[/p][/quote]Kenny, stop distorting the skunts history with FACTS, it makes them tetchy Mush On The Beach
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2:29pm Thu 22 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Southampton Dominance wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.
What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh!
Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t
Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred.
oh dear...
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: Well deserved, a true Saints legend, shame his services are not used more by the club.[/p][/quote]What, is this your attempt at sarcasm! He's 76 years old! What should he be doing, keepy uppies with the youth team? Another skunt, up bright & early! shhhhhhhhhhh![/p][/quote]Pr1ck, we should use him more as an Ambassador for the club you thick tw@t Call me a skunt dopey, Southampton born and bred.[/p][/quote]oh dear... scooter75
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2:34pm Thu 22 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
st1halo wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image.

Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.
Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers
I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying!

STID

*Cue the Bond theme*
Runt Skunt (TM Mush OTB)!!!!
That’s it, I believe you equate to the Gimp Mong (age 52+) with the funny hat, cowbell and fat gut that apparently lives with his Mum. PUP (Hardcore!!!)

Children, come out play!!!!
oh dear.....
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: The 'runt skunt'. I like that, has a certain ring to it and creates an amazing mental image. Talking of mental images what do others picture in their minds when talking about the skunts? My image is a sort of cross between the meerkat and kreacher from Harry Potter.[/p][/quote]Fred Sewage Dinage wannabees in blue and white crappy nappies crying that it’s not fair that those up the road in Red and White are so blessed when we have been permanently cursed as life’s eternal losers[/p][/quote]I imagine a runt skunt to be like a cross between the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / Fagin and Simon Cowell - a wierd, ugly, creepy creature who loves himself and is really fookn annoying! STID *Cue the Bond theme*[/p][/quote]Runt Skunt (TM Mush OTB)!!!! That’s it, I believe you equate to the Gimp Mong (age 52+) with the funny hat, cowbell and fat gut that apparently lives with his Mum. PUP (Hardcore!!!) Children, come out play!!!![/p][/quote]oh dear..... scooter75
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2:34pm Thu 22 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

kent141 wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club.
I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps.
Ditto.
Lol, great sense of humour.
What is this then.you expect Nigel Adkins to go on to manage SUNDERLAND and get them relegated LIKE lawrie mac did.It would be great if the mackems went down this season with qpr and either wigan or villa. COYR
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Congratulations Lawrie, an all time great at our club. I hope Nigel is able to follow in the same footsteps.[/p][/quote]Ditto.[/p][/quote]Lol, great sense of humour.[/p][/quote]What is this then.you expect Nigel Adkins to go on to manage SUNDERLAND and get them relegated LIKE lawrie mac did.It would be great if the mackems went down this season with qpr and either wigan or villa. COYR CB FRY LIVES
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2:35pm Thu 22 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
saint61 wrote:
a complete fraud
Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh
I think harry ratknapp deserves that accolade more than BIG MAC.
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint61[/bold] wrote: a complete fraud[/p][/quote]Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh[/p][/quote]I think harry ratknapp deserves that accolade more than BIG MAC. CB FRY LIVES
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2:43pm Thu 22 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

Well done LAWRIE.The halycon days for saints were the times of TED BATES and his successor LAWRIE MAC.OK the BIG MAC may have got us relegated from the top flight in his first season in charge.And it took him a few seasons to get us back to the top flight where we still deserve to be-MOOT POINT WILL THE CURRENT POWERS THAT BE AT ST MARYS be as patient with NA as the old regime were with Lawrie.
SHILTON,KEEGAN,BALL,
WATSON,WORTHINGTON,O
SGOOD,MCCALLIOG,RODR
IGUES the list could be endless of all the fantastic players that Lawrie brought to the south coast.WELL DONE BIG MAN.
Well done LAWRIE.The halycon days for saints were the times of TED BATES and his successor LAWRIE MAC.OK the BIG MAC may have got us relegated from the top flight in his first season in charge.And it took him a few seasons to get us back to the top flight where we still deserve to be-MOOT POINT WILL THE CURRENT POWERS THAT BE AT ST MARYS be as patient with NA as the old regime were with Lawrie. SHILTON,KEEGAN,BALL, WATSON,WORTHINGTON,O SGOOD,MCCALLIOG,RODR IGUES the list could be endless of all the fantastic players that Lawrie brought to the south coast.WELL DONE BIG MAN. CB FRY LIVES
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3:26pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

I think Lawrie Mac's record shows the long term benefits that sticking with a young, talented manager can bring.
I think Lawrie Mac's record shows the long term benefits that sticking with a young, talented manager can bring. Rising_Son
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3:40pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Scarborosaint says...

When he first came he made the brave decision to let Terry Paine go , who as we know was a true saints legend , but the board backed him even through relegation and he came good, we are unlikely to see a team the size of Southampton finish second in the league for a long time unless we get a rich sugar daddy and can't imagine us being able to sign Wayne Rooney or stevie g like big mac did with kk ,
we had a team of experienced players then but we have a young team now who will grow as they find there feet in the premiership
When he first came he made the brave decision to let Terry Paine go , who as we know was a true saints legend , but the board backed him even through relegation and he came good, we are unlikely to see a team the size of Southampton finish second in the league for a long time unless we get a rich sugar daddy and can't imagine us being able to sign Wayne Rooney or stevie g like big mac did with kk , we had a team of experienced players then but we have a young team now who will grow as they find there feet in the premiership Scarborosaint
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7:14pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Scarborosaint wrote:
When he first came he made the brave decision to let Terry Paine go , who as we know was a true saints legend , but the board backed him even through relegation and he came good, we are unlikely to see a team the size of Southampton finish second in the league for a long time unless we get a rich sugar daddy and can't imagine us being able to sign Wayne Rooney or stevie g like big mac did with kk ,
we had a team of experienced players then but we have a young team now who will grow as they find there feet in the premiership
I'll never forget walking home from school and being told that KK had signed....had to see it confirmed on the TV before I believed it.
They were good times...football has changed beyond recognition since...still love it though... and I still love my Club COYR
[quote][p][bold]Scarborosaint[/bold] wrote: When he first came he made the brave decision to let Terry Paine go , who as we know was a true saints legend , but the board backed him even through relegation and he came good, we are unlikely to see a team the size of Southampton finish second in the league for a long time unless we get a rich sugar daddy and can't imagine us being able to sign Wayne Rooney or stevie g like big mac did with kk , we had a team of experienced players then but we have a young team now who will grow as they find there feet in the premiership[/p][/quote]I'll never forget walking home from school and being told that KK had signed....had to see it confirmed on the TV before I believed it. They were good times...football has changed beyond recognition since...still love it though... and I still love my Club COYR Baddesley Bill
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7:57pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Linesman says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
saint61 wrote:
a complete fraud
Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh
and cleared off to Sunderland when the grass looked greener there.
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint61[/bold] wrote: a complete fraud[/p][/quote]Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh[/p][/quote]and cleared off to Sunderland when the grass looked greener there. Linesman
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8:09pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Linesman wrote:
Southampton Dominance wrote:
saint61 wrote:
a complete fraud
Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh
and cleared off to Sunderland when the grass looked greener there.
ssssshhhhh
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint61[/bold] wrote: a complete fraud[/p][/quote]Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh[/p][/quote]and cleared off to Sunderland when the grass looked greener there.[/p][/quote]ssssshhhhh Baddesley Bill
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11:17pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Meribelsaint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Scarborosaint wrote:
When he first came he made the brave decision to let Terry Paine go , who as we know was a true saints legend , but the board backed him even through relegation and he came good, we are unlikely to see a team the size of Southampton finish second in the league for a long time unless we get a rich sugar daddy and can't imagine us being able to sign Wayne Rooney or stevie g like big mac did with kk ,
we had a team of experienced players then but we have a young team now who will grow as they find there feet in the premiership
I'll never forget walking home from school and being told that KK had signed....had to see it confirmed on the TV before I believed it.
They were good times...football has changed beyond recognition since...still love it though... and I still love my Club COYR
Exactly my memories Bill. LM was my first manager (and will always be a legend).Don't know how many we've seen come and go since(20+?) , lets hope NA is here to stay, great things are on the horizon
COYR
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scarborosaint[/bold] wrote: When he first came he made the brave decision to let Terry Paine go , who as we know was a true saints legend , but the board backed him even through relegation and he came good, we are unlikely to see a team the size of Southampton finish second in the league for a long time unless we get a rich sugar daddy and can't imagine us being able to sign Wayne Rooney or stevie g like big mac did with kk , we had a team of experienced players then but we have a young team now who will grow as they find there feet in the premiership[/p][/quote]I'll never forget walking home from school and being told that KK had signed....had to see it confirmed on the TV before I believed it. They were good times...football has changed beyond recognition since...still love it though... and I still love my Club COYR[/p][/quote]Exactly my memories Bill. LM was my first manager (and will always be a legend).Don't know how many we've seen come and go since(20+?) , lets hope NA is here to stay, great things are on the horizon COYR Meribelsaint
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9:08am Fri 23 Nov 12

Nemesisaint says...

Linesman wrote:
Southampton Dominance wrote:
saint61 wrote:
a complete fraud
Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh
and cleared off to Sunderland when the grass looked greener there.
It is difficult to tell whether Lawrie Mac left Southampton initially to go to Sunderland, although the wages he earned there were substantial, we were 5th in the League in 1985 and I guess he didn't think he could do any more with us. Sunderland were already a dying duck when he went there and even his expertise couldn't save them that time. Remember that in 1981 he turned down Manchester United, and Ron Atkinson took that job. It easy to criticise if you don't take in all of the facts.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint61[/bold] wrote: a complete fraud[/p][/quote]Yes, a complete fraud, who helped us win the FA Cup, was responsible for getting Keegan in a Saints shirt & managed the team that finished runners up in the old first division. Typical! The skunts are out & about again! How sad! sssssshhhhhh[/p][/quote]and cleared off to Sunderland when the grass looked greener there.[/p][/quote]It is difficult to tell whether Lawrie Mac left Southampton initially to go to Sunderland, although the wages he earned there were substantial, we were 5th in the League in 1985 and I guess he didn't think he could do any more with us. Sunderland were already a dying duck when he went there and even his expertise couldn't save them that time. Remember that in 1981 he turned down Manchester United, and Ron Atkinson took that job. It easy to criticise if you don't take in all of the facts. Nemesisaint
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1:54pm Fri 23 Nov 12

lowe esteem says...

LAWRIE MAC MBE
Big man with grace and integrity who took up the reins with and from the immortal Ted Bates. You diss him, you deny your heritage. As a Manager and Director could still teach a lot on how to engage with the fans and unify our club...Quote: "It's great mun!"
Yes, a Saints Hall of Fame would be something...why not start off in the soulless Saints Megastore at the ground?
Schhh! Lawrie and Ted would have called that being sent to Coventry.

Oh! and Saints Man (speaking in whispers above the heads of our intellectually challenged fishlikes)-like your new word for the Oxford English-deservant- brilliant!
LAWRIE MAC MBE Big man with grace and integrity who took up the reins with and from the immortal Ted Bates. You diss him, you deny your heritage. As a Manager and Director could still teach a lot on how to engage with the fans and unify our club...Quote: "It's great mun!" Yes, a Saints Hall of Fame would be something...why not start off in the soulless Saints Megastore at the ground? Schhh! Lawrie and Ted would have called that being sent to Coventry. Oh! and Saints Man (speaking in whispers above the heads of our intellectually challenged fishlikes)-like your new word for the Oxford English-deservant- brilliant! lowe esteem
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10:58pm Sun 25 Nov 12

TEBOURBA says...

To this very day the Sunderland supporters still say --- there were two things that should never have left Southampon ----- Lawrie Mac and the Titanic!
To this very day the Sunderland supporters still say --- there were two things that should never have left Southampon ----- Lawrie Mac and the Titanic! TEBOURBA
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