Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating

Daily Echo: Gaston Ramirez Gaston Ramirez

SAINTS boss Nigel Adkins hailed an “exhilarating” display from club-record signing Gaston Ramirez in the 2-0 win over Newcastle.

The £12m forward, who moved to St Mary’s from Serie A side Bologna in the summer, set up Adam Lallana’s opener before sealing the victory with his side’s second goal of the afternoon at St Mary’s.

Ramirez is yet to enjoy a prolonged run in the team, having only arrived at the club at the very end of August, with his transfer going through on deadline day, and missing over four weeks with a leg injury.

He returned earlier this month, though, and is beginning to display the full range of his abilities.

“Obviously you’ve got to get used to it all,” said Adkins of the transition the Uruguay international is having to make.

“Gaston missed the start of the season as it was before he signed and then he got injured.

“He hasn’t lasted the full game [Adkins substituted him in the 78th minute], but when he was on the field of play he was exhilarating.”

Adkins certainly appears to have struck upon a potent attacking blend, with Ramirez, Lallana and Jason Puncheon playing behind striker Rickie Lambert.

“You’ve got Adam Lallana, Gaston Ramirez, Jason Puncheon and Rickie Lambert there,” he said.

“They all contribute in a massive way and they’re exciting. They get supporters off their seat, there’s a flair about them, a fluidity of movement and there’s goals about them.

“Some of the attacking football was really, really good.”

Saints once again fielded a youthful team, and Adkins believes the energy his players possess is really helping performances.

“We’re a young side, but we’re a fit side,” he said.

“We talk about Morgan Schneiderlin and Jack Cork in the middle of the park, again they’ve got that solid base, but they can go and pass the ball and move the ball around, so all in all it’s a really pleasing victory."

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10:05am Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface. kent141
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10:07am Mon 26 Nov 12

billythesaint says...

Best player we've had since Le Tissier and he's still only 21 (until Sunday). Loved watching him play yesterday. Should put bums on seats and give us some more full houses.
Best player we've had since Le Tissier and he's still only 21 (until Sunday). Loved watching him play yesterday. Should put bums on seats and give us some more full houses. billythesaint
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10:12am Mon 26 Nov 12

kunt141 says...

kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Devastatingly funny. I did a small wee again. x
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Devastatingly funny. I did a small wee again. x kunt141
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10:15am Mon 26 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

He was absolute class yesterday along with 10 others. I also thought both Jay and Davis looked excellent coming off of the bench. Great game and 2-0 didn't do us justice with the 2 turned down penalty claims, hittting the woodwork 3 times and the disallowed goal where he was a good yard onside
He was absolute class yesterday along with 10 others. I also thought both Jay and Davis looked excellent coming off of the bench. Great game and 2-0 didn't do us justice with the 2 turned down penalty claims, hittting the woodwork 3 times and the disallowed goal where he was a good yard onside SO50 Saint
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10:21am Mon 26 Nov 12

Prit says...

It's worth the price of a ticket just to watch him. Real class and getting the very best out of those around him.
It's worth the price of a ticket just to watch him. Real class and getting the very best out of those around him. Prit
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10:23am Mon 26 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

The combination of Ramirez and Cork has made a significant transformation to the whole team.

We could have had four or five.

Fantastic save from Paulo in second half.

Clean sheet.

Out of the bottom three.

There isn't a team in this league that would want to play us right now.

Norwich are a good side, when we beat them the mesage that we are on a roll will reverberate around the league. The next few fixtures are all winnable.

The Saints fans can just sit and smile - we deserve this - this team is awesome. We always knew it and now it's starting to show.
The combination of Ramirez and Cork has made a significant transformation to the whole team. We could have had four or five. Fantastic save from Paulo in second half. Clean sheet. Out of the bottom three. There isn't a team in this league that would want to play us right now. Norwich are a good side, when we beat them the mesage that we are on a roll will reverberate around the league. The next few fixtures are all winnable. The Saints fans can just sit and smile - we deserve this - this team is awesome. We always knew it and now it's starting to show. Alicesdad
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10:25am Mon 26 Nov 12

up saints says...

we got ramirez free all the revenue we got from sky sports something you will never see again kent
we got ramirez free all the revenue we got from sky sports something you will never see again kent up saints
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10:29am Mon 26 Nov 12

milton road says...

Amazing how we get those from down the road on here bleating. Talking about how passionate they are. Their gates are around 50% of what ours were in div 1 and they couldn't even fill their ground for teams like Chelsea in the premiership, only getting 18000.
Lol so much for them being passionate fans.
Gaston looks pure quality and we played some superb football. Bodes well for the future. Maybe a central defender and a midfield player to strenghen our squad would be cool.
But well done guys the bus seems to be rolling.
Amazing how we get those from down the road on here bleating. Talking about how passionate they are. Their gates are around 50% of what ours were in div 1 and they couldn't even fill their ground for teams like Chelsea in the premiership, only getting 18000. Lol so much for them being passionate fans. Gaston looks pure quality and we played some superb football. Bodes well for the future. Maybe a central defender and a midfield player to strenghen our squad would be cool. But well done guys the bus seems to be rolling. milton road
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10:31am Mon 26 Nov 12

insane saint says...

bring on Norwich & Liverpool, i have a good feeling we are going to see another 6 points arrive at sms this week.

i also believe we have lift off in the prem.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON

THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH

WE WILL NOT SURRENDER

WE WILL WIN

AND WIN WELL

COYR
bring on Norwich & Liverpool, i have a good feeling we are going to see another 6 points arrive at sms this week. i also believe we have lift off in the prem. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH WE WILL NOT SURRENDER WE WILL WIN AND WIN WELL COYR insane saint
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10:42am Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton boy says...

Look lets look at the team as a whole not just as one member they all worked very hard from goal keeper to subs, the fans make made the 12th man so it's the whole club we cannot and should not build a team around one man it has to be a team.
Sunday has been the best I have seen so far this season and looking forward to Wed's co COYR's
Look lets look at the team as a whole not just as one member they all worked very hard from goal keeper to subs, the fans make made the 12th man so it's the whole club we cannot and should not build a team around one man it has to be a team. Sunday has been the best I have seen so far this season and looking forward to Wed's co COYR's Southampton boy
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10:43am Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Can't wait for December 14....COYR FOADP
Well done Saints....brilliant football which was a joy to behold
Norwich are no mugs though but may have their first choice keeper out for our game Wednesday. Another 3 points would be very nice indeed and is looking quite possible if he side continue to play as well as they have in the last three games.
It could be worse, we could have only picked up 1 point out of a possible 21 in league 1...wah ha h ah ha
COYR...FOADP
Can't wait for December 14....COYR FOADP Well done Saints....brilliant football which was a joy to behold Norwich are no mugs though but may have their first choice keeper out for our game Wednesday. Another 3 points would be very nice indeed and is looking quite possible if he side continue to play as well as they have in the last three games. It could be worse, we could have only picked up 1 point out of a possible 21 in league 1...wah ha h ah ha COYR...FOADP seventh-junction
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10:43am Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Can't wait for December 14....COYR FOADP
Well done Saints....brilliant football which was a joy to behold
Norwich are no mugs though but may have their first choice keeper out for our game Wednesday. Another 3 points would be very nice indeed and is looking quite possible if the side continue to play as well as they have in the last three games.
It could be worse, we could have only picked up 1 point out of a possible 21 in league 1...wah ha h ah ha
COYR...FOADP
Can't wait for December 14....COYR FOADP Well done Saints....brilliant football which was a joy to behold Norwich are no mugs though but may have their first choice keeper out for our game Wednesday. Another 3 points would be very nice indeed and is looking quite possible if the side continue to play as well as they have in the last three games. It could be worse, we could have only picked up 1 point out of a possible 21 in league 1...wah ha h ah ha COYR...FOADP seventh-junction
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10:47am Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Oh my maths are terrible this morning!
That should be 1point from a possible 24 not 21. Wah ha ha ha ha
It must be all the beer I had yesterday celebrating another great performance ad 3 points !!!
Oh my maths are terrible this morning! That should be 1point from a possible 24 not 21. Wah ha ha ha ha It must be all the beer I had yesterday celebrating another great performance ad 3 points !!! seventh-junction
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10:47am Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Oh my maths are terrible this morning!
That should be 1point from a possible 24 not 21. Wah ha ha ha ha
It must be all the beer I had yesterday celebrating another great performance and 3 points !!!
Oh my maths are terrible this morning! That should be 1point from a possible 24 not 21. Wah ha ha ha ha It must be all the beer I had yesterday celebrating another great performance and 3 points !!! seventh-junction
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10:50am Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Just put address into my sat nav for directiond to nottarf krap and it says it's only on there until December 14....wah ha ha ha ha
Just put address into my sat nav for directiond to nottarf krap and it says it's only on there until December 14....wah ha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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10:51am Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Tesco keeps popping up as well...wah ha ha ha
Tesco keeps popping up as well...wah ha ha ha seventh-junction
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10:52am Mon 26 Nov 12

mustard says...

Gaston and the others were all brilliant yesterday, for me what made the win even more satisfying was that we won DESPITE the ineptitude of the referee and his assistants, they were truly awful, in fact I'd say the ref was probably Newcastles best player !!! Keep it going Saints, 3 more points Wednesday please..........
Gaston and the others were all brilliant yesterday, for me what made the win even more satisfying was that we won DESPITE the ineptitude of the referee and his assistants, they were truly awful, in fact I'd say the ref was probably Newcastles best player !!! Keep it going Saints, 3 more points Wednesday please.......... mustard
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10:53am Mon 26 Nov 12

Puddletown Saint says...

Must confess I was rather worried at NA team selections and formations and subs at the beginning of the season. Having Gaston Cork and Shaw is like having three new signings.
Now playing a formation that works for the players and subs that work (Rickie had taken a knock, Gaston was booked and tired and Luke feeling the pace)

Still need that top defender in the window and a young starlet of a winger. Makuya off to African Cup of Nations and noticed Guly back on the bench !!!!!

But all so positive. Roll on Wednesday 3-1 Rickis brace and Jay

COYR
Must confess I was rather worried at NA team selections and formations and subs at the beginning of the season. Having Gaston Cork and Shaw is like having three new signings. Now playing a formation that works for the players and subs that work (Rickie had taken a knock, Gaston was booked and tired and Luke feeling the pace) Still need that top defender in the window and a young starlet of a winger. Makuya off to African Cup of Nations and noticed Guly back on the bench !!!!! But all so positive. Roll on Wednesday 3-1 Rickis brace and Jay COYR Puddletown Saint
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10:54am Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Wooooah Gaston Ramirez.....Wooooah Gaston Ramirez
Wooooah Gaston Ramirez.....Wooooah Gaston Ramirez seventh-junction
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10:58am Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

kunt141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Devastatingly funny. I did a small wee again. x
cool name... it suits you
[quote][p][bold]kunt141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Devastatingly funny. I did a small wee again. x[/p][/quote]cool name... it suits you kent141
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11:05am Mon 26 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

If a hard up skate WUM offers you a sat nav, it would be wise to decline, they are obviously cheap and nasty, and so are the sat navs .
If a hard up skate WUM offers you a sat nav, it would be wise to decline, they are obviously cheap and nasty, and so are the sat navs . OSPREYSAINT
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11:08am Mon 26 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Your constant orange jokes are quite ironic considering your own manager left you to become a Tangerine.

Oh well.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Your constant orange jokes are quite ironic considering your own manager left you to become a Tangerine. Oh well. SaintJD
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11:12am Mon 26 Nov 12

insane saint says...

don't forget the sssssssssssssshhhhhh
hhhhhhh campaign guys
don't forget the sssssssssssssshhhhhh hhhhhhh campaign guys insane saint
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11:14am Mon 26 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

kent141 wrote:
kunt141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Devastatingly funny. I did a small wee again. x
cool name... it suits you
Ahhhh you are on this thread now as you can't answer my post properly on the last

Such a sad little life, how was Coventry on Sat? have you paid over your funds to the trust being such a keen fan?

please fill us in being such a fan expressing such intelligent thought and banter on here we all want to read your great views on everything
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kunt141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Devastatingly funny. I did a small wee again. x[/p][/quote]cool name... it suits you[/p][/quote]Ahhhh you are on this thread now as you can't answer my post properly on the last Such a sad little life, how was Coventry on Sat? have you paid over your funds to the trust being such a keen fan? please fill us in being such a fan expressing such intelligent thought and banter on here we all want to read your great views on everything Taunton Saint
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11:21am Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

on the ball city never mind the danger wrote:
just put directions into sat nav for directions to st marys its come back with little india
And to think Norwich fans have a reputation for being inbred racist imbeciles. Goodbye!
[quote][p][bold]on the ball city never mind the danger[/bold] wrote: just put directions into sat nav for directions to st marys its come back with little india[/p][/quote]And to think Norwich fans have a reputation for being inbred racist imbeciles. Goodbye! St Retford
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11:24am Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times.

Please remember not to address a skunt directly.

We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:27am Mon 26 Nov 12

Confucious says...

Thank goodness for Sky TV's Football First programme.

I was at the brilliant match yesterday, but I must confess the best bit for me was the final whistle. I thought we could win, but was apprehensive before the kick off. After missing a few early chances I worried we wouldn't get more or it "just might not be our day". After our first goal I worried it was slender lead with a long way to go. After the second goal I worried they might get one back and then we might concede an equaliser in a very nervy injury time spell.

So, despite the fact that we were well on top almost throughout, the most enjoyable moment of all was the final whistle - rather like the "phew that was good" moment when a very scary roller coaster finally stops by the exit.

But thanks to Sky, watching the match again whilst knowing the result, will be an altogether more savoured experience.

And with steely resolve I won't start worrying about the Norwich match until at least tomorrow morning.

I know we can win this one, but er...they've had an extra day's rest....er....hope we're not over confident after yesterday....er....i
s Rickie's injury okay....er...be just typical if Surman scores against us....er....pass the whisky Alice!
Thank goodness for Sky TV's Football First programme. I was at the brilliant match yesterday, but I must confess the best bit for me was the final whistle. I thought we could win, but was apprehensive before the kick off. After missing a few early chances I worried we wouldn't get more or it "just might not be our day". After our first goal I worried it was slender lead with a long way to go. After the second goal I worried they might get one back and then we might concede an equaliser in a very nervy injury time spell. So, despite the fact that we were well on top almost throughout, the most enjoyable moment of all was the final whistle - rather like the "phew that was good" moment when a very scary roller coaster finally stops by the exit. But thanks to Sky, watching the match again whilst knowing the result, will be an altogether more savoured experience. And with steely resolve I won't start worrying about the Norwich match until at least tomorrow morning. I know we can win this one, but er...they've had an extra day's rest....er....hope we're not over confident after yesterday....er....i s Rickie's injury okay....er...be just typical if Surman scores against us....er....pass the whisky Alice! Confucious
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11:29am Mon 26 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times.

Please remember not to address a skunt directly.

We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
Seed as much as I would love to I actually have a policy of not going anywhere near the place. I refuse to spend money with any company associated with the city, to the point where i refused to use Job Serve for a work project as they sponsored them.

By going to that place I would end up indirectly supporting their economy as I know I would buy a drink or a paper and simply i refuse to give them any money!!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]Seed as much as I would love to I actually have a policy of not going anywhere near the place. I refuse to spend money with any company associated with the city, to the point where i refused to use Job Serve for a work project as they sponsored them. By going to that place I would end up indirectly supporting their economy as I know I would buy a drink or a paper and simply i refuse to give them any money!! Taunton Saint
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11:29am Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times.

Please remember not to address a skunt directly.

We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
Innit.

What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible."
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]Innit. What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible." St Retford
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11:33am Mon 26 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

sorry Jobsite not Jobserve, need to correct that incase they (Joserve) sue me for corporate slander, I hereby apologise profusely!
sorry Jobsite not Jobserve, need to correct that incase they (Joserve) sue me for corporate slander, I hereby apologise profusely! Taunton Saint
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11:37am Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times.

Please remember not to address a skunt directly.

We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
Seed as much as I would love to I actually have a policy of not going anywhere near the place. I refuse to spend money with any company associated with the city, to the point where i refused to use Job Serve for a work project as they sponsored them.

By going to that place I would end up indirectly supporting their economy as I know I would buy a drink or a paper and simply i refuse to give them any money!!
Good man.

Fear ye not it's at the High Court in London. We can safely spend our money on ale without supporting them!
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]Seed as much as I would love to I actually have a policy of not going anywhere near the place. I refuse to spend money with any company associated with the city, to the point where i refused to use Job Serve for a work project as they sponsored them. By going to that place I would end up indirectly supporting their economy as I know I would buy a drink or a paper and simply i refuse to give them any money!![/p][/quote]Good man. Fear ye not it's at the High Court in London. We can safely spend our money on ale without supporting them! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:39am Mon 26 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times.

Please remember not to address a skunt directly.

We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
Innit.

What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible."
Furthermore your Honour ...

Our Chartered Sureyor an old lady in a mobile mobilitycart has gone up and down the land many times (Lawyer shows the court the pic the News uses of the old dear) and she has had to replace all suspension and steering on her cart as the land is frankly worse than we een thought, at most it is worth 3p and that is with compunded interest to the defendent
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]Innit. What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible."[/p][/quote]Furthermore your Honour ... Our Chartered Sureyor an old lady in a mobile mobilitycart has gone up and down the land many times (Lawyer shows the court the pic the News uses of the old dear) and she has had to replace all suspension and steering on her cart as the land is frankly worse than we een thought, at most it is worth 3p and that is with compunded interest to the defendent Taunton Saint
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11:43am Mon 26 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

Ramirez WooHoo
Ramirez WooHoo
He comes from Uruguay
He eats Fray Bentos pies.

repeat to fade.........
Ramirez WooHoo Ramirez WooHoo He comes from Uruguay He eats Fray Bentos pies. repeat to fade......... puppy saint
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11:46am Mon 26 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

on the ball city never mind the danger wrote:
just put directions into sat nav for directions to st marys its come back with little india
****

sssssshhhhhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]on the ball city never mind the danger[/bold] wrote: just put directions into sat nav for directions to st marys its come back with little india[/p][/quote]**** sssssshhhhhhhh! puppy saint
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11:46am Mon 26 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Thank goodness for Sky TV's Football First programme. I was at the brilliant match yesterday, but I must confess the best bit for me was the final whistle. I thought we could win, but was apprehensive before the kick off. After missing a few early chances I worried we wouldn't get more or it "just might not be our day". After our first goal I worried it was slender lead with a long way to go. After the second goal I worried they might get one back and then we might concede an equaliser in a very nervy injury time spell. So, despite the fact that we were well on top almost throughout, the most enjoyable moment of all was the final whistle - rather like the "phew that was good" moment when a very scary roller coaster finally stops by the exit. But thanks to Sky, watching the match again whilst knowing the result, will be an altogether more savoured experience. And with steely resolve I won't start worrying about the Norwich match until at least tomorrow morning. I know we can win this one, but er...they've had an extra day's rest....er....hope we're not over confident after yesterday....er....i s Rickie's injury okay....er...be just typical if Surman scores against us....er....pass the whisky Alice!
Very similar feelings for me too. I was counting the minutes and seconds down from about 25 mins to go. I was desperate for the 3rd goal for precisely the reasons you cite. We've seen it too many times before - crosses going into the box with 3 mins + injury time to go left me with my heart in my mouth. If we'd been leading 3-0 it would have been so much more enjoyable simply for the security of the 3 points. Hitting the woodwork 3 times, the denied penalties, Jay's goal - fate and the officials spoiled the back end of the game for me simply because I couldn't relax and enjoy it.

First game shown on MOTD2 shows what the BBC thought of the game.

Hopefully Ruddy won't be right for Wednesday
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Thank goodness for Sky TV's Football First programme. I was at the brilliant match yesterday, but I must confess the best bit for me was the final whistle. I thought we could win, but was apprehensive before the kick off. After missing a few early chances I worried we wouldn't get more or it "just might not be our day". After our first goal I worried it was slender lead with a long way to go. After the second goal I worried they might get one back and then we might concede an equaliser in a very nervy injury time spell. So, despite the fact that we were well on top almost throughout, the most enjoyable moment of all was the final whistle - rather like the "phew that was good" moment when a very scary roller coaster finally stops by the exit. But thanks to Sky, watching the match again whilst knowing the result, will be an altogether more savoured experience. And with steely resolve I won't start worrying about the Norwich match until at least tomorrow morning. I know we can win this one, but er...they've had an extra day's rest....er....hope we're not over confident after yesterday....er....i s Rickie's injury okay....er...be just typical if Surman scores against us....er....pass the whisky Alice![/p][/quote]Very similar feelings for me too. I was counting the minutes and seconds down from about 25 mins to go. I was desperate for the 3rd goal for precisely the reasons you cite. We've seen it too many times before - crosses going into the box with 3 mins + injury time to go left me with my heart in my mouth. If we'd been leading 3-0 it would have been so much more enjoyable simply for the security of the 3 points. Hitting the woodwork 3 times, the denied penalties, Jay's goal - fate and the officials spoiled the back end of the game for me simply because I couldn't relax and enjoy it. First game shown on MOTD2 shows what the BBC thought of the game. Hopefully Ruddy won't be right for Wednesday GX Saint
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12:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!! saintlysoul
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12:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!! saintlysoul
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12:06pm Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
Go back to bed.....and wake up later on the other side. jeez....
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]Go back to bed.....and wake up later on the other side. jeez.... seventh-junction
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12:12pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
So, maybe you're the one mentioned in one of yesterday's threads who couldn't stop moaning during the match about Ramirez then. Or ........???????

We were fantastic yesterday and your opinion (which, of course, you're entitled to) stinks of fish, mush!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]So, maybe you're the one mentioned in one of yesterday's threads who couldn't stop moaning during the match about Ramirez then. Or ........??????? We were fantastic yesterday and your opinion (which, of course, you're entitled to) stinks of fish, mush! Strasbourg Saint
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12:17pm Mon 26 Nov 12

insane saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
are you sure you watched the same game as the rest of us.



sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh
hh comes to mind
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]are you sure you watched the same game as the rest of us. sssssssssshhhhhhhhhh hh comes to mind insane saint
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12:18pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Can't wait for December 14....COYR FOADP
Well done Saints....brilliant football which was a joy to behold
Norwich are no mugs though but may have their first choice keeper out for our game Wednesday. Another 3 points would be very nice indeed and is looking quite possible if the side continue to play as well as they have in the last three games.
It could be worse, we could have only picked up 1 point out of a possible 21 in league 1...wah ha h ah ha
COYR...FOADP
I see you're still on a high from demonstrating your maths prowess last night. What was it again, ten points is better than 7 points. Thanks for that,Carol! Now to today's Countdown Conundrum!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can't wait for December 14....COYR FOADP Well done Saints....brilliant football which was a joy to behold Norwich are no mugs though but may have their first choice keeper out for our game Wednesday. Another 3 points would be very nice indeed and is looking quite possible if the side continue to play as well as they have in the last three games. It could be worse, we could have only picked up 1 point out of a possible 21 in league 1...wah ha h ah ha COYR...FOADP[/p][/quote]I see you're still on a high from demonstrating your maths prowess last night. What was it again, ten points is better than 7 points. Thanks for that,Carol! Now to today's Countdown Conundrum! Bring back Branfoot
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12:20pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Some people are never happy we put in a fantastic display against an under-strength Newcastle side so what the boots been on the other foot already this season. We were excellent it was 2-0 going on 6-0. And as for criticizing the players each one you mentioned probably had their best game of the season yesterday. Lambert lazy that's hilarious he was all over the pitch yesterday and that didn't change when Jay came on
Some people are never happy we put in a fantastic display against an under-strength Newcastle side so what the boots been on the other foot already this season. We were excellent it was 2-0 going on 6-0. And as for criticizing the players each one you mentioned probably had their best game of the season yesterday. Lambert lazy that's hilarious he was all over the pitch yesterday and that didn't change when Jay came on SO50 Saint
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12:21pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Folkestone Saint says...

SaintJD wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Your constant orange jokes are quite ironic considering your own manager left you to become a Tangerine.

Oh well.
F N brill, I really did LOL. As for 14.12 they have had more wind up dates than DFS have had sales, they should have been folded on my birthday in June so I now have to wish for a liquidiser for crimbo instead.
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Your constant orange jokes are quite ironic considering your own manager left you to become a Tangerine. Oh well.[/p][/quote]F N brill, I really did LOL. As for 14.12 they have had more wind up dates than DFS have had sales, they should have been folded on my birthday in June so I now have to wish for a liquidiser for crimbo instead. Folkestone Saint
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12:26pm Mon 26 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
sorry Jobsite not Jobserve, need to correct that incase they (Joserve) sue me for corporate slander, I hereby apologise profusely!
Perkin Warbeck''' .
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: sorry Jobsite not Jobserve, need to correct that incase they (Joserve) sue me for corporate slander, I hereby apologise profusely![/p][/quote]Perkin Warbeck''' . scooter75
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12:27pm Mon 26 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
He was absolute class yesterday along with 10 others. I also thought both Jay and Davis looked excellent coming off of the bench. Great game and 2-0 didn't do us justice with the 2 turned down penalty claims, hittting the woodwork 3 times and the disallowed goal where he was a good yard onside
the referee was rubbish.he would have struggled reffing a dog flea race on the underbelly of rosie redknapp.The best division in the world and the worse officials.Bring back george reader.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: He was absolute class yesterday along with 10 others. I also thought both Jay and Davis looked excellent coming off of the bench. Great game and 2-0 didn't do us justice with the 2 turned down penalty claims, hittting the woodwork 3 times and the disallowed goal where he was a good yard onside[/p][/quote]the referee was rubbish.he would have struggled reffing a dog flea race on the underbelly of rosie redknapp.The best division in the world and the worse officials.Bring back george reader. CB FRY LIVES
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12:29pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
So, maybe you're the one mentioned in one of yesterday's threads who couldn't stop moaning during the match about Ramirez then. Or ........???????

We were fantastic yesterday and your opinion (which, of course, you're entitled to) stinks of fish, mush!
Just wait and see!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]So, maybe you're the one mentioned in one of yesterday's threads who couldn't stop moaning during the match about Ramirez then. Or ........??????? We were fantastic yesterday and your opinion (which, of course, you're entitled to) stinks of fish, mush![/p][/quote]Just wait and see!!!!!!! saintlysoul
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12:30pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
So, maybe you're the one mentioned in one of yesterday's threads who couldn't stop moaning during the match about Ramirez then. Or ........???????

We were fantastic yesterday and your opinion (which, of course, you're entitled to) stinks of fish, mush!
Just wait and see!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]So, maybe you're the one mentioned in one of yesterday's threads who couldn't stop moaning during the match about Ramirez then. Or ........??????? We were fantastic yesterday and your opinion (which, of course, you're entitled to) stinks of fish, mush![/p][/quote]Just wait and see!!!!!!! saintlysoul
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12:35pm Mon 26 Nov 12

DisplacedFan says...

Here's the best part: Even though we dominated, there is still room for improvement. I look forward to us being more fluid in our exchanges much like Arsenal used to be.
COYR
Here's the best part: Even though we dominated, there is still room for improvement. I look forward to us being more fluid in our exchanges much like Arsenal used to be. COYR DisplacedFan
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12:37pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

scooter75 wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
sorry Jobsite not Jobserve, need to correct that incase they (Joserve) sue me for corporate slander, I hereby apologise profusely!
Perkin Warbeck''' .
you know your History I see

I am actually thinking you might be a skate from afar, not one of them i have met has had as much intelligence
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: sorry Jobsite not Jobserve, need to correct that incase they (Joserve) sue me for corporate slander, I hereby apologise profusely![/p][/quote]Perkin Warbeck''' .[/p][/quote]you know your History I see I am actually thinking you might be a skate from afar, not one of them i have met has had as much intelligence Taunton Saint
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12:37pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
If you're not satisfied with that, then go and support Citeh.

SFC were within hours of being wound up just over 3 years ago. We were hoping that a bloke in a council house was going to save us ffs! Then the fairy tale happened. The billionnaire and lovely man with his banker friend stepped in and saved the soul of a city.

The day at Wembley was so special. The skunts laugh because it's a micky mouse trophy, which it is, but that's because they don't understand the significance of that day after so many years of decline.

Then back to back promotions and great times leading to a return to the highest level of football in the world. We broke our transfer record twice, in fact we trebled it on Ramirez and he's beginning to look like a bargain.

If someone gave you a Roller for Christmas you'd moan that it had the wrong colour interior.

You sir are worse than a skunt.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]If you're not satisfied with that, then go and support Citeh. SFC were within hours of being wound up just over 3 years ago. We were hoping that a bloke in a council house was going to save us ffs! Then the fairy tale happened. The billionnaire and lovely man with his banker friend stepped in and saved the soul of a city. The day at Wembley was so special. The skunts laugh because it's a micky mouse trophy, which it is, but that's because they don't understand the significance of that day after so many years of decline. Then back to back promotions and great times leading to a return to the highest level of football in the world. We broke our transfer record twice, in fact we trebled it on Ramirez and he's beginning to look like a bargain. If someone gave you a Roller for Christmas you'd moan that it had the wrong colour interior. You sir are worse than a skunt. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

A great team effort by ALL the boys, the Geordies got away with a 2-0 battering. On another day it could have been 7, someone will get it soon if we keep playing with the same belief.
MOMENTUM is the key.
Stuff the Canaries and then the Scousers will be quaking in their shell suits.
A great team effort by ALL the boys, the Geordies got away with a 2-0 battering. On another day it could have been 7, someone will get it soon if we keep playing with the same belief. MOMENTUM is the key. Stuff the Canaries and then the Scousers will be quaking in their shell suits. Mush On The Beach
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12:42pm Mon 26 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
Quite a lot of contentious views there saintly. But the hardest thing to get my head around is the 1st 6 words which don't ring true.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]Quite a lot of contentious views there saintly. But the hardest thing to get my head around is the 1st 6 words which don't ring true. GX Saint
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12:50pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Swissowned says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
For cripes sake, you are a prize T-W@t aren't you!?

I bet you're a right barrel of laughs to live with!

You are entitled to your opinion but so am I, and yours is wrong. I speak for myself but then so does everyone else and everyone else can't be wrong as well. You're on your own pal!

Yesterday's performance was outstanding. Yes Newcastle were second best but made them look that way. They looked dangerous several times with their pace and deep crosses coming in. The difference was we defended really well yesterday against a European side.

So, wind your neck in and start supporting. Ricky was knackered at the end. Cork sneiderling and puncheon were awesome yesterday. Ramirez had a great game but is still trying to settle in. He will be well worth that 12m come the end of the season.
Even j-rod looked lively when he came on and I am not a big fan of his yet.

You must have been watching a different game! Deluded!!

Some people are just never happy!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]For cripes sake, you are a prize T-W@t aren't you!? I bet you're a right barrel of laughs to live with! You are entitled to your opinion but so am I, and yours is wrong. I speak for myself but then so does everyone else and everyone else can't be wrong as well. You're on your own pal! Yesterday's performance was outstanding. Yes Newcastle were second best but made them look that way. They looked dangerous several times with their pace and deep crosses coming in. The difference was we defended really well yesterday against a European side. So, wind your neck in and start supporting. Ricky was knackered at the end. Cork sneiderling and puncheon were awesome yesterday. Ramirez had a great game but is still trying to settle in. He will be well worth that 12m come the end of the season. Even j-rod looked lively when he came on and I am not a big fan of his yet. You must have been watching a different game! Deluded!! Some people are just never happy! Swissowned
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12:53pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
If you're not satisfied with that, then go and support Citeh.

SFC were within hours of being wound up just over 3 years ago. We were hoping that a bloke in a council house was going to save us ffs! Then the fairy tale happened. The billionnaire and lovely man with his banker friend stepped in and saved the soul of a city.

The day at Wembley was so special. The skunts laugh because it's a micky mouse trophy, which it is, but that's because they don't understand the significance of that day after so many years of decline.

Then back to back promotions and great times leading to a return to the highest level of football in the world. We broke our transfer record twice, in fact we trebled it on Ramirez and he's beginning to look like a bargain.

If someone gave you a Roller for Christmas you'd moan that it had the wrong colour interior.

You sir are worse than a skunt.
There's no need to become so hysterical. I've voiced my opinion. I'm not saying I'm right. I thought one voiced an opnion on this website. Clearly if is going to arouse such hysteria perhaps its better I don't. Sorry!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]If you're not satisfied with that, then go and support Citeh. SFC were within hours of being wound up just over 3 years ago. We were hoping that a bloke in a council house was going to save us ffs! Then the fairy tale happened. The billionnaire and lovely man with his banker friend stepped in and saved the soul of a city. The day at Wembley was so special. The skunts laugh because it's a micky mouse trophy, which it is, but that's because they don't understand the significance of that day after so many years of decline. Then back to back promotions and great times leading to a return to the highest level of football in the world. We broke our transfer record twice, in fact we trebled it on Ramirez and he's beginning to look like a bargain. If someone gave you a Roller for Christmas you'd moan that it had the wrong colour interior. You sir are worse than a skunt.[/p][/quote]There's no need to become so hysterical. I've voiced my opinion. I'm not saying I'm right. I thought one voiced an opnion on this website. Clearly if is going to arouse such hysteria perhaps its better I don't. Sorry! saintlysoul
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12:54pm Mon 26 Nov 12

St.Yorkie says...

I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN? St.Yorkie
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1:01pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
More subtly said than me!
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN?[/p][/quote]More subtly said than me! saintlysoul
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1:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
If you're not satisfied with that, then go and support Citeh.

SFC were within hours of being wound up just over 3 years ago. We were hoping that a bloke in a council house was going to save us ffs! Then the fairy tale happened. The billionnaire and lovely man with his banker friend stepped in and saved the soul of a city.

The day at Wembley was so special. The skunts laugh because it's a micky mouse trophy, which it is, but that's because they don't understand the significance of that day after so many years of decline.

Then back to back promotions and great times leading to a return to the highest level of football in the world. We broke our transfer record twice, in fact we trebled it on Ramirez and he's beginning to look like a bargain.

If someone gave you a Roller for Christmas you'd moan that it had the wrong colour interior.

You sir are worse than a skunt.
There's no need to become so hysterical. I've voiced my opinion. I'm not saying I'm right. I thought one voiced an opnion on this website. Clearly if is going to arouse such hysteria perhaps its better I don't. Sorry!
Harlan Ellison once said said a clever thing: you are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]If you're not satisfied with that, then go and support Citeh. SFC were within hours of being wound up just over 3 years ago. We were hoping that a bloke in a council house was going to save us ffs! Then the fairy tale happened. The billionnaire and lovely man with his banker friend stepped in and saved the soul of a city. The day at Wembley was so special. The skunts laugh because it's a micky mouse trophy, which it is, but that's because they don't understand the significance of that day after so many years of decline. Then back to back promotions and great times leading to a return to the highest level of football in the world. We broke our transfer record twice, in fact we trebled it on Ramirez and he's beginning to look like a bargain. If someone gave you a Roller for Christmas you'd moan that it had the wrong colour interior. You sir are worse than a skunt.[/p][/quote]There's no need to become so hysterical. I've voiced my opinion. I'm not saying I'm right. I thought one voiced an opnion on this website. Clearly if is going to arouse such hysteria perhaps its better I don't. Sorry![/p][/quote]Harlan Ellison once said said a clever thing: you are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant St Retford
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1:05pm Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Btw this is in the Guardian today. It's a good point well made.

Adam Lallana has been widely acclaimed as one of the most talented young midfielders in the land, which is entirely right. Less attention has been paid to his team-mate Jack Cork, who is equally important to Southampton. Since he returned from injury three matches ago the 23-year-old has been integral to his club's improvement (a more benign fixture list has also helped), bringing an intelligence and solidity to midfield that helps to protect the back four and give the likes of Lallana, Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and the rapidly improving Gastón Ramírez a more sturdy platform on which to flourish. And that makes Southampton one of the most entertaining sides in the league.
Btw this is in the Guardian today. It's a good point well made. Adam Lallana has been widely acclaimed as one of the most talented young midfielders in the land, which is entirely right. Less attention has been paid to his team-mate Jack Cork, who is equally important to Southampton. Since he returned from injury three matches ago the 23-year-old has been integral to his club's improvement (a more benign fixture list has also helped), bringing an intelligence and solidity to midfield that helps to protect the back four and give the likes of Lallana, Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and the rapidly improving Gastón Ramírez a more sturdy platform on which to flourish. And that makes Southampton one of the most entertaining sides in the league. St Retford
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1:23pm Mon 26 Nov 12

TopBracket says...

All in all I think we played magnificently. Something that Dave Merrington was talking about on radio solent was that every player after that performance was getting credited, and rightly so. I believe NA has found his perfect formation now and Ramirez, Puncheon, Lambert and Lallana all worked really well together. Another great partnership is Puncheon and Clyne on that right hand side.

Looking forward to Wednesday night and looking forward to another glowing performance from all the lads. COYR!
All in all I think we played magnificently. Something that Dave Merrington was talking about on radio solent was that every player after that performance was getting credited, and rightly so. I believe NA has found his perfect formation now and Ramirez, Puncheon, Lambert and Lallana all worked really well together. Another great partnership is Puncheon and Clyne on that right hand side. Looking forward to Wednesday night and looking forward to another glowing performance from all the lads. COYR! TopBracket
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1:24pm Mon 26 Nov 12

right back in the bar says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN?[/p][/quote]Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table. right back in the bar
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1:49pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

St Retford wrote:
Btw this is in the Guardian today. It's a good point well made.

Adam Lallana has been widely acclaimed as one of the most talented young midfielders in the land, which is entirely right. Less attention has been paid to his team-mate Jack Cork, who is equally important to Southampton. Since he returned from injury three matches ago the 23-year-old has been integral to his club's improvement (a more benign fixture list has also helped), bringing an intelligence and solidity to midfield that helps to protect the back four and give the likes of Lallana, Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and the rapidly improving Gastón Ramírez a more sturdy platform on which to flourish. And that makes Southampton one of the most entertaining sides in the league.
Now I know you're havin a laugh!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Btw this is in the Guardian today. It's a good point well made. Adam Lallana has been widely acclaimed as one of the most talented young midfielders in the land, which is entirely right. Less attention has been paid to his team-mate Jack Cork, who is equally important to Southampton. Since he returned from injury three matches ago the 23-year-old has been integral to his club's improvement (a more benign fixture list has also helped), bringing an intelligence and solidity to midfield that helps to protect the back four and give the likes of Lallana, Jason Puncheon, Rickie Lambert and the rapidly improving Gastón Ramírez a more sturdy platform on which to flourish. And that makes Southampton one of the most entertaining sides in the league.[/p][/quote]Now I know you're havin a laugh! saintlysoul
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1:53pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

right back in the bar wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.
I hope you're right!
[quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN?[/p][/quote]Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.[/p][/quote]I hope you're right! saintlysoul
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1:53pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

right back in the bar wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.
I hope you're right!
[quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN?[/p][/quote]Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.[/p][/quote]I hope you're right! saintlysoul
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1:54pm Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Shhhhhhhh.
Shhhhhhhh. St Retford
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1:58pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

saintlysoul wrote:
right back in the bar wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.
I hope you're right!
where was hansen does he look like alan shearer and peter smicheal on mod2 ????????????
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN?[/p][/quote]Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.[/p][/quote]I hope you're right![/p][/quote]where was hansen does he look like alan shearer and peter smicheal on mod2 ???????????? saintkenny
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2:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho
me .
what do you think YES or NO
ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one !
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one ! bluewhiteandred
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2:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
You thought Spider was poor? I disagree, but maybe the fact he is on four bookings meant that he had to be a little bit more conservative with his tackling, so didn't appear so dynamic, he also got a dead leg around the hour mark, but played on with it. You forget that Ramirez has just got back from a serious injury, be patient, there is a lot more to come from that department, Luke can only play against what he is dealt on the pitch, for a novice he ain't done bad and is learning more each game. Perspective is in the eye of the beholder, we are far from being the finished article and if the fixture list had been kinder early doors, we could have been so much better off than we are. Also don't expect an easy game against Norwich, on paper they are still a better team than us, we will have to work hard to better them.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]You thought Spider was poor? I disagree, but maybe the fact he is on four bookings meant that he had to be a little bit more conservative with his tackling, so didn't appear so dynamic, he also got a dead leg around the hour mark, but played on with it. You forget that Ramirez has just got back from a serious injury, be patient, there is a lot more to come from that department, Luke can only play against what he is dealt on the pitch, for a novice he ain't done bad and is learning more each game. Perspective is in the eye of the beholder, we are far from being the finished article and if the fixture list had been kinder early doors, we could have been so much better off than we are. Also don't expect an easy game against Norwich, on paper they are still a better team than us, we will have to work hard to better them. OSPREYSAINT
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2:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

lowe esteem says...

right back in the bar wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.
May have been at the game, but not watching on telly later then Back In?
Shearer, Schmeichel and that Colin Irish bloke all gave us due credit from what I saw and heard, Capt Scarlett was not in the building. Due credit to our defence too, and BOTH goalkeepers! both managers agreed that the outcome wasn't depending on an official's decision-thank Le God. You can only beat what's put in front of you too, so let's move on.
[quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN?[/p][/quote]Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.[/p][/quote]May have been at the game, but not watching on telly later then Back In? Shearer, Schmeichel and that Colin Irish bloke all gave us due credit from what I saw and heard, Capt Scarlett was not in the building. Due credit to our defence too, and BOTH goalkeepers! both managers agreed that the outcome wasn't depending on an official's decision-thank Le God. You can only beat what's put in front of you too, so let's move on. lowe esteem
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2:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

lowe esteem says...

right back in the bar wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were.
Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout.
We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season.
"Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side.
Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two!
Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games!
Sha la la la la - WTFILN?
Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.
May have been at the game, but not watching on telly later then Back In?
Shearer, Schmeichel and that Colin Irish bloke all gave us due credit from what I saw and heard, Capt Scarlett was not in the building. Due credit to our defence too, and BOTH goalkeepers! both managers agreed that the outcome wasn't depending on an official's decision-thank Le God. You can only beat what's put in front of you too, so let's move on.
[quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I think MOTD 2 highlighted Newcastle did give us a lot of space, and didn't close us down - but to be fair that shouldn't take away how effective we were. Ramirez may get a reputation for diving - the first I don't think was a penalty, but the second was worth a shout. We are a young team - and whilst we are all drooling over the display yesterday - it's a long season. "Tango"man got it right again - but to be honest I think the team picks itself. It is easily the best defensively, solid in midfield and a single striker. Not playing Jay Rod and Lambert at the same time combined with having Jack Cork and a left back has shored up the left side. Rodrigues will show his value later in the season when Rickie gets a knock or two! Norwich will be tough, which Liverpool will turn up will decide how many points from the next 2-games! Sha la la la la - WTFILN?[/p][/quote]Typical of hansen and that other lot of smug overpaid has beens to focus on the big team's failings and ignoring the reason why Newcastle appeared to give us space. They were caught out of position time and again because Cork and Spider never let them settle; we kept nicking the ball off them and with the quick passing and movement up front they could not cope. There was a real intensity about our performance yesterday which bodes well. We do that again on Wednesday and we'll be too much fo Norwich and have 14 points. Wins against Reading and Sunderland will put us on 20 before Christmas - a good platform to go on and finish mid table.[/p][/quote]May have been at the game, but not watching on telly later then Back In? Shearer, Schmeichel and that Colin Irish bloke all gave us due credit from what I saw and heard, Capt Scarlett was not in the building. Due credit to our defence too, and BOTH goalkeepers! both managers agreed that the outcome wasn't depending on an official's decision-thank Le God. You can only beat what's put in front of you too, so let's move on. lowe esteem
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2:05pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

I note the inherent nervousness in some posts where we are finding it difficult to accept just how good we are and how good we have played over the past three weeks.

Understandable caution given our start to the season. I am truly hoping that this team can show its mettle in the next four weeks. Then we can stop worrying about "the drop zone" and start looking at just how high in the table we can get.

You have to be positive.

And now.. a message for the less fortunate ....

It is always a little sad to see the waifs and strays from other clubs putting their bile on our threads. Many have stopped, presumably they are running out of things to say. Those that remain are really struggling and mainly just calling people names. Soon they will have no point of reference, no club to support, nothing but memories, fading whispers of bygone years and a life of unfulfilled dreams..headlines from papers on their demise and probably a documentary fronted by Fred Dinenage with the full story of how the club sank without trace.

Don't you just love Christmas !!!!
I note the inherent nervousness in some posts where we are finding it difficult to accept just how good we are and how good we have played over the past three weeks. Understandable caution given our start to the season. I am truly hoping that this team can show its mettle in the next four weeks. Then we can stop worrying about "the drop zone" and start looking at just how high in the table we can get. You have to be positive. And now.. a message for the less fortunate .... It is always a little sad to see the waifs and strays from other clubs putting their bile on our threads. Many have stopped, presumably they are running out of things to say. Those that remain are really struggling and mainly just calling people names. Soon they will have no point of reference, no club to support, nothing but memories, fading whispers of bygone years and a life of unfulfilled dreams..headlines from papers on their demise and probably a documentary fronted by Fred Dinenage with the full story of how the club sank without trace. Don't you just love Christmas !!!! Alicesdad
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2:06pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

Very proud to be a Saints supporter at the moment - not just because results have improved (although that helps), but because we kept our heads despite pressure from many areas trying to make us turn on our manager and team.

The style of football we are playing and our focus on young players is a credit to the league and Nigel's decision making has, overall, been hard to argue with - when the players were available or ready, he's picked the best starting XI and learned quickly.

I'd suggest that the England manager takes a break from watching Chelsea or Man City and runs the rule over the likes of Lallana and Puncheon for now and Shaw, Cork and Clyne for the future.

Brilliant effort by the boys, the fans and particularly Nigel, who has maintained that same level of calm and positivity after every single game, win or lose. Please, please, please NC, don't even consider the idea of changing anything on the management side, even if our form dips.

I'm concerned that my expectations are maybe a bit too high for Norwich, which is historically never a good thing for a Saints fan, but a win would be unbelievable for us and probably reflect where we should be, but for silly defensive mistakes.

We still need to strengthen the defence in January, but whatever the final outcome, we've got a lot to smile about.
Very proud to be a Saints supporter at the moment - not just because results have improved (although that helps), but because we kept our heads despite pressure from many areas trying to make us turn on our manager and team. The style of football we are playing and our focus on young players is a credit to the league and Nigel's decision making has, overall, been hard to argue with - when the players were available or ready, he's picked the best starting XI and learned quickly. I'd suggest that the England manager takes a break from watching Chelsea or Man City and runs the rule over the likes of Lallana and Puncheon for now and Shaw, Cork and Clyne for the future. Brilliant effort by the boys, the fans and particularly Nigel, who has maintained that same level of calm and positivity after every single game, win or lose. Please, please, please NC, don't even consider the idea of changing anything on the management side, even if our form dips. I'm concerned that my expectations are maybe a bit too high for Norwich, which is historically never a good thing for a Saints fan, but a win would be unbelievable for us and probably reflect where we should be, but for silly defensive mistakes. We still need to strengthen the defence in January, but whatever the final outcome, we've got a lot to smile about. SaintJD
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2:06pm Mon 26 Nov 12

likewatchingbrazil says...

St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
Innit. What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible."
the roof is pre tin and is actually made from asbestos which is nice.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]Innit. What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible."[/p][/quote]the roof is pre tin and is actually made from asbestos which is nice. likewatchingbrazil
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2:08pm Mon 26 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhh.
What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar! OSPREYSAINT
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2:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

likewatchingbrazil says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
kent141 wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one !
you never hit 10000 when you did your pack the park so H+W will more than do the job.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one ![/p][/quote]you never hit 10000 when you did your pack the park so H+W will more than do the job. likewatchingbrazil
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2:12pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Jesus_02 says...

saintlysoul: I agree that Norwich might be a different kettle of Fish but we didnt just beat "a poor Newcastle side" we completely outclassed them. Aside from some pretty waistful finishing I cant see how we could have played much better.

IMO the best thing about Shaw and Cork is that they go largly unoticed but get the basics right.

RE Ramerez , no player is worth 12m and I would much rather we still had the Ox but we havent and 12m was what it took to get a player of his quality in
saintlysoul: I agree that Norwich might be a different kettle of Fish but we didnt just beat "a poor Newcastle side" we completely outclassed them. Aside from some pretty waistful finishing I cant see how we could have played much better. IMO the best thing about Shaw and Cork is that they go largly unoticed but get the basics right. RE Ramerez , no player is worth 12m and I would much rather we still had the Ox but we havent and 12m was what it took to get a player of his quality in Jesus_02
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2:13pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho
me .
what do you think YES or NO
ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one !
on this one no because your lot **** on the seats.and when it came to saluting a true saint for 64 years .your lot could not keep quiet for a minute.it was after this saints next home the first minutes clapping came into force ,and a few other clubs have followed pursuit,saints also did this for a mark of respect for the brilliant late gary speed .we get big enough gates .we sold chamberlain for 12 million pompey lad .so you have helped already thankyou se he cost us nothing.having answered this must now go back to normal mode /shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuus
h
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one ![/p][/quote]on this one no because your lot **** on the seats.and when it came to saluting a true saint for 64 years .your lot could not keep quiet for a minute.it was after this saints next home the first minutes clapping came into force ,and a few other clubs have followed pursuit,saints also did this for a mark of respect for the brilliant late gary speed .we get big enough gates .we sold chamberlain for 12 million pompey lad .so you have helped already thankyou se he cost us nothing.having answered this must now go back to normal mode /shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuus h saintkenny
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2:14pm Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhh.
What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar!
Definite skunt. He was nowhere near St Mary's yesterday.

(Which is good.)
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar![/p][/quote]Definite skunt. He was nowhere near St Mary's yesterday. (Which is good.) St Retford
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2:21pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Norwich keeper John Ruddy is a doubt for Wednesday after being subbed late in Everton game with a thigh strain.
Norwich keeper John Ruddy is a doubt for Wednesday after being subbed late in Everton game with a thigh strain. Mush On The Beach
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2:38pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

likewatchingbrazil wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
Innit. What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible."
the roof is pre tin and is actually made from asbestos which is nice.
Superb, it should be removed at 3pm on a Saturday.

I'm really busy at the moment with a couple of new acquisitions but I'm so tempted to put in a late bid for the dump, just to upset their applecart.
[quote][p][bold]likewatchingbrazil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]Innit. What will be funny will be the sight of a load of skunt lawyers trying to convince the judge of what an absolute shitehole Fratton Park is. "Your honour, the team is a shambles and the ground is worse. The 10 people that regularly turn up sit in squalor under a tin roof. The surrounding area is a cackhole that would be ruled unfit to keep cattle in, let alone people. Portpin's valuation of £8m for 3 acres of real estate in the centre of our city is absurd. Just look at it - it's terrible."[/p][/quote]the roof is pre tin and is actually made from asbestos which is nice.[/p][/quote]Superb, it should be removed at 3pm on a Saturday. I'm really busy at the moment with a couple of new acquisitions but I'm so tempted to put in a late bid for the dump, just to upset their applecart. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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2:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Linesman says...

"Adkins: Ramirez was exhilearating."

At £12m he should be - every match.
"Adkins: Ramirez was exhilearating." At £12m he should be - every match. Linesman
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2:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Linesman says...

"Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating."

At £12m he should be - every match.
"Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match. Linesman
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2:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Linesman says...

"Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating."

At £12m he should be - every match.
"Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match. Linesman
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2:43pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Thank you Linesman so important you posted it 4 times I must say he had a far better game than you did yesterday regardless of which side the linesman was both shocking
Thank you Linesman so important you posted it 4 times I must say he had a far better game than you did yesterday regardless of which side the linesman was both shocking SO50 Saint
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2:44pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Confucious says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times.

Please remember not to address a skunt directly.

We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
It will be nice if the judge shouts: "Sssshuuuuuuush in court!"
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]It will be nice if the judge shouts: "Sssshuuuuuuush in court!" Confucious
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2:48pm Mon 26 Nov 12

up saints says...

the plain fact is we got 3 points out of the bottom 3 and i thought played well.if we won 6-0 some people would still moan
the plain fact is we got 3 points out of the bottom 3 and i thought played well.if we won 6-0 some people would still moan up saints
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2:56pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho
me .
what do you think YES or NO
ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one !
on this one no because your lot **** on the seats.and when it came to saluting a true saint for 64 years .your lot could not keep quiet for a minute.it was after this saints next home the first minutes clapping came into force ,and a few other clubs have followed pursuit,saints also did this for a mark of respect for the brilliant late gary speed .we get big enough gates .we sold chamberlain for 12 million pompey lad .so you have helped already thankyou se he cost us nothing.having answered this must now go back to normal mode /shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuus

h
7 for no
0 for yes

ok if Saint Marys was only option and it was up to cortesse and you fans and you all said no what would the other 90 clubs think of Saints finishing us off ?
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one ![/p][/quote]on this one no because your lot **** on the seats.and when it came to saluting a true saint for 64 years .your lot could not keep quiet for a minute.it was after this saints next home the first minutes clapping came into force ,and a few other clubs have followed pursuit,saints also did this for a mark of respect for the brilliant late gary speed .we get big enough gates .we sold chamberlain for 12 million pompey lad .so you have helped already thankyou se he cost us nothing.having answered this must now go back to normal mode /shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuus h[/p][/quote]7 for no 0 for yes ok if Saint Marys was only option and it was up to cortesse and you fans and you all said no what would the other 90 clubs think of Saints finishing us off ? bluewhiteandred
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3:06pm Mon 26 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

FOADP
FOADP seventh-junction
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3:09pm Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid?

If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over?
This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid? If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over? St Retford
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3:15pm Mon 26 Nov 12

noodlesnewman says...

kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
ooo you jelous **** skunt xxx
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]ooo you jelous **** skunt xxx noodlesnewman
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3:15pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho
me .
what do you think YES or NO
ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one !
on this one no because your lot **** on the seats.and when it came to saluting a true saint for 64 years .your lot could not keep quiet for a minute.it was after this saints next home the first minutes clapping came into force ,and a few other clubs have followed pursuit,saints also did this for a mark of respect for the brilliant late gary speed .we get big enough gates .we sold chamberlain for 12 million pompey lad .so you have helped already thankyou se he cost us nothing.having answered this must now go back to normal mode /shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuus


h
7 for no
0 for yes

ok if Saint Marys was only option and it was up to cortesse and you fans and you all said no what would the other 90 clubs think of Saints finishing us off ?
they would salute us .simple
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one ![/p][/quote]on this one no because your lot **** on the seats.and when it came to saluting a true saint for 64 years .your lot could not keep quiet for a minute.it was after this saints next home the first minutes clapping came into force ,and a few other clubs have followed pursuit,saints also did this for a mark of respect for the brilliant late gary speed .we get big enough gates .we sold chamberlain for 12 million pompey lad .so you have helped already thankyou se he cost us nothing.having answered this must now go back to normal mode /shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuus h[/p][/quote]7 for no 0 for yes ok if Saint Marys was only option and it was up to cortesse and you fans and you all said no what would the other 90 clubs think of Saints finishing us off ?[/p][/quote]they would salute us .simple saintkenny
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3:20pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

Linesman wrote:
"Askins: Ramirez was exhilearating."

At £12m he should be - every match.
but is that a lot .how about van persie .torres 50 million.take account he was unjured and does not speak english yet .once he settles .you can see how good he is going to be .and last the full 90 mins
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Askins: Ramirez was exhilearating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]but is that a lot .how about van persie .torres 50 million.take account he was unjured and does not speak english yet .once he settles .you can see how good he is going to be .and last the full 90 mins saintkenny
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3:27pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

saintkenny wrote:
Linesman wrote:
"Askins: Ramirez was exhilearating."

At £12m he should be - every match.
but is that a lot .how about van persie .torres 50 million.take account he was unjured and does not speak english yet .once he settles .you can see how good he is going to be .and last the full 90 mins
lol
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Askins: Ramirez was exhilearating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]but is that a lot .how about van persie .torres 50 million.take account he was unjured and does not speak english yet .once he settles .you can see how good he is going to be .and last the full 90 mins[/p][/quote]lol kent141
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3:30pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho
me .
what do you think YES or NO
ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one !
oh dear...lol
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one ![/p][/quote]oh dear...lol kent141
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3:43pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

noodlesnewman wrote:
kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
ooo you jelous **** skunt xxx
i know someone nicknamed noodles, a little bit simple and could be the same person.
[quote][p][bold]noodlesnewman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]ooo you jelous **** skunt xxx[/p][/quote]i know someone nicknamed noodles, a little bit simple and could be the same person. kent141
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3:47pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

St Retford wrote:
This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid?

If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over?
I don't know. I guess every extra penny the ground is valued at is one less penny for them to spend on transfer fees, wages or infrastructure.

Their value of £2.75m does sound rather low to me as does £11m sound high.

The ideal outcome would be a value at the very, very top of their ability to buy it thereby leaving them over stretched and struggling. Yes, that would be nice. Although a high value leading straight to liquidisation has it merits too. It's a hard one to know which would bring maximum joy!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid? If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over?[/p][/quote]I don't know. I guess every extra penny the ground is valued at is one less penny for them to spend on transfer fees, wages or infrastructure. Their value of £2.75m does sound rather low to me as does £11m sound high. The ideal outcome would be a value at the very, very top of their ability to buy it thereby leaving them over stretched and struggling. Yes, that would be nice. Although a high value leading straight to liquidisation has it merits too. It's a hard one to know which would bring maximum joy! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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4:24pm Mon 26 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

Chris Hughton has tried to steal a march by welcoming Mark Clattenburg back into the fold after a month out. NA will doubtles say something too. The game's not on TV live and Clattenburg's going to want a very low key occasion with no contentious decisions or massive talking point incidents.
He will want to slip into town, ref the game, slip away. And the best way to ensure a quiet evening is not to be anti-the home side. So I expect him to be a refreshing contrast to the muppets we had officiating on Sunday.
He'll probably think 2-1's got a nice ring to it. I'd take that now, so long as it's a decent goal against Gazza. The more times I see that save from yesterday the more it reminds me of Banks in 1970 - he had no right to get over and down so quickly.
So I'd happily sacrifice a 2nd clean sheet for the 3 points. OK Mark?
Chris Hughton has tried to steal a march by welcoming Mark Clattenburg back into the fold after a month out. NA will doubtles say something too. The game's not on TV live and Clattenburg's going to want a very low key occasion with no contentious decisions or massive talking point incidents. He will want to slip into town, ref the game, slip away. And the best way to ensure a quiet evening is not to be anti-the home side. So I expect him to be a refreshing contrast to the muppets we had officiating on Sunday. He'll probably think 2-1's got a nice ring to it. I'd take that now, so long as it's a decent goal against Gazza. The more times I see that save from yesterday the more it reminds me of Banks in 1970 - he had no right to get over and down so quickly. So I'd happily sacrifice a 2nd clean sheet for the 3 points. OK Mark? GX Saint
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4:27pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

Linesman wrote:
"Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating."

At £12m he should be - every match.
What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable.

That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line.

It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim.

Does that make sense?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense? SaintJD
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4:29pm Mon 26 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

SaintJD wrote:
Linesman wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.
What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?
Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim?
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?[/p][/quote]Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim? GX Saint
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4:34pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

GX Saint wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
Linesman wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.
What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?
Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim?
Good point, but what about Sol Campbell? Old man, extortionate wages and he'll sue you for image rights later. He was good.
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?[/p][/quote]Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim?[/p][/quote]Good point, but what about Sol Campbell? Old man, extortionate wages and he'll sue you for image rights later. He was good. SaintJD
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4:43pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

GX Saint wrote:
Chris Hughton has tried to steal a march by welcoming Mark Clattenburg back into the fold after a month out. NA will doubtles say something too. The game's not on TV live and Clattenburg's going to want a very low key occasion with no contentious decisions or massive talking point incidents.
He will want to slip into town, ref the game, slip away. And the best way to ensure a quiet evening is not to be anti-the home side. So I expect him to be a refreshing contrast to the muppets we had officiating on Sunday.
He'll probably think 2-1's got a nice ring to it. I'd take that now, so long as it's a decent goal against Gazza. The more times I see that save from yesterday the more it reminds me of Banks in 1970 - he had no right to get over and down so quickly.
So I'd happily sacrifice a 2nd clean sheet for the 3 points. OK Mark?
I agree, the save is probably the best I have ever seen.
I also agree with your view on the Banks save.
Saw that one on telly, yesterdays was in the flesh and incredible.
The whole of the Chapel were on their feet with that one.
What confidence that will give the keeper and his defence.
Yesterday the referee was appaling so were his little helpers.
They were waving their flags in any direction the ref wanted it.
They were like demented railway signallers.
Lets hope the ref on Wednesday manages to leave his cards in the dressing room,the colours on them are fading because of the the amount of time he puts them into the daylight.
COYS
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: Chris Hughton has tried to steal a march by welcoming Mark Clattenburg back into the fold after a month out. NA will doubtles say something too. The game's not on TV live and Clattenburg's going to want a very low key occasion with no contentious decisions or massive talking point incidents. He will want to slip into town, ref the game, slip away. And the best way to ensure a quiet evening is not to be anti-the home side. So I expect him to be a refreshing contrast to the muppets we had officiating on Sunday. He'll probably think 2-1's got a nice ring to it. I'd take that now, so long as it's a decent goal against Gazza. The more times I see that save from yesterday the more it reminds me of Banks in 1970 - he had no right to get over and down so quickly. So I'd happily sacrifice a 2nd clean sheet for the 3 points. OK Mark?[/p][/quote]I agree, the save is probably the best I have ever seen. I also agree with your view on the Banks save. Saw that one on telly, yesterdays was in the flesh and incredible. The whole of the Chapel were on their feet with that one. What confidence that will give the keeper and his defence. Yesterday the referee was appaling so were his little helpers. They were waving their flags in any direction the ref wanted it. They were like demented railway signallers. Lets hope the ref on Wednesday manages to leave his cards in the dressing room,the colours on them are fading because of the the amount of time he puts them into the daylight. COYS SFCOLDBOY
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4:44pm Mon 26 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
St Retford wrote:
This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid?

If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over?
I don't know. I guess every extra penny the ground is valued at is one less penny for them to spend on transfer fees, wages or infrastructure.

Their value of £2.75m does sound rather low to me as does £11m sound high.

The ideal outcome would be a value at the very, very top of their ability to buy it thereby leaving them over stretched and struggling. Yes, that would be nice. Although a high value leading straight to liquidisation has it merits too. It's a hard one to know which would bring maximum joy!
Aye, you could buy all of Portsmouth for £11m. Still, I imagine Chinny will have much better lawyers than the trust so who knows?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid? If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over?[/p][/quote]I don't know. I guess every extra penny the ground is valued at is one less penny for them to spend on transfer fees, wages or infrastructure. Their value of £2.75m does sound rather low to me as does £11m sound high. The ideal outcome would be a value at the very, very top of their ability to buy it thereby leaving them over stretched and struggling. Yes, that would be nice. Although a high value leading straight to liquidisation has it merits too. It's a hard one to know which would bring maximum joy![/p][/quote]Aye, you could buy all of Portsmouth for £11m. Still, I imagine Chinny will have much better lawyers than the trust so who knows? St Retford
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4:55pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
St Retford wrote:
This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid?

If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over?
I don't know. I guess every extra penny the ground is valued at is one less penny for them to spend on transfer fees, wages or infrastructure.

Their value of £2.75m does sound rather low to me as does £11m sound high.

The ideal outcome would be a value at the very, very top of their ability to buy it thereby leaving them over stretched and struggling. Yes, that would be nice. Although a high value leading straight to liquidisation has it merits too. It's a hard one to know which would bring maximum joy!
Aye, you could buy all of Portsmouth for £11m. Still, I imagine Chinny will have much better lawyers than the trust so who knows?
In Chinny we Trust.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: This Pompey court case thing, then: what are the numbers involved? What's the figure that the judge has to say the ground is worth in order for the trust to proceed with its bid? If the ground is valued at, say, £3m, will that be an instant game over?[/p][/quote]I don't know. I guess every extra penny the ground is valued at is one less penny for them to spend on transfer fees, wages or infrastructure. Their value of £2.75m does sound rather low to me as does £11m sound high. The ideal outcome would be a value at the very, very top of their ability to buy it thereby leaving them over stretched and struggling. Yes, that would be nice. Although a high value leading straight to liquidisation has it merits too. It's a hard one to know which would bring maximum joy![/p][/quote]Aye, you could buy all of Portsmouth for £11m. Still, I imagine Chinny will have much better lawyers than the trust so who knows?[/p][/quote]In Chinny we Trust. SaintJD
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4:57pm Mon 26 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

St Retford wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhh.
What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar!
Definite skunt. He was nowhere near St Mary's yesterday.

(Which is good.)
Should replace "saintly" with "r" then?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar![/p][/quote]Definite skunt. He was nowhere near St Mary's yesterday. (Which is good.)[/p][/quote]Should replace "saintly" with "r" then? OSPREYSAINT
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5:07pm Mon 26 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

Is it true that Balram Chainrai is the new favourite for BBC Sport's Personality of the Year?

The best price you'll get from the bookies is 2/100 (or 2p in the pound).
Is it true that Balram Chainrai is the new favourite for BBC Sport's Personality of the Year? The best price you'll get from the bookies is 2/100 (or 2p in the pound). SaintJD
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5:07pm Mon 26 Nov 12

likewatchingbrazil says...

kent141 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Linesman wrote: "Askins: Ramirez was exhilearating." At £12m he should be - every match.
but is that a lot .how about van persie .torres 50 million.take account he was unjured and does not speak english yet .once he settles .you can see how good he is going to be .and last the full 90 mins
lol
school finishes at 3 then nipper
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Askins: Ramirez was exhilearating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]but is that a lot .how about van persie .torres 50 million.take account he was unjured and does not speak english yet .once he settles .you can see how good he is going to be .and last the full 90 mins[/p][/quote]lol[/p][/quote]school finishes at 3 then nipper likewatchingbrazil
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5:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

see that dopey tw@t bluewhiteandred
is dribbling on about some load of old sh!te again.has anyone ever had a feckin scooby at what the fcuk he's ever on about.I reckon he's about 10 years old the way he posts.
see that dopey tw@t bluewhiteandred is dribbling on about some load of old sh!te again.has anyone ever had a feckin scooby at what the fcuk he's ever on about.I reckon he's about 10 years old the way he posts. angus mc coatup
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5:15pm Mon 26 Nov 12

up saints says...

find it baffling to see more post about the worries of portsmouth on this site than the fact we are on the way up.oh well at least iam happy
find it baffling to see more post about the worries of portsmouth on this site than the fact we are on the way up.oh well at least iam happy up saints
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5:19pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O) Baddesley Bill
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5:20pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SaintJD wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
Linesman wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.
What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?
Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim?
Good point, but what about Sol Campbell? Old man, extortionate wages and he'll sue you for image rights later. He was good.
My vote's for Kanu. Didn't even turn up for training, in fact he wasn't even in the country. Still on £20k a week despite having retired three years previous when he hit 65. Yep top chap Kanu.
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?[/p][/quote]Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim?[/p][/quote]Good point, but what about Sol Campbell? Old man, extortionate wages and he'll sue you for image rights later. He was good.[/p][/quote]My vote's for Kanu. Didn't even turn up for training, in fact he wasn't even in the country. Still on £20k a week despite having retired three years previous when he hit 65. Yep top chap Kanu. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:26pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St Retford wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St Retford wrote: Shhhhhhhh.
What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar!
Definite skunt. He was nowhere near St Mary's yesterday. (Which is good.)
Should replace "saintly" with "r" then?
i dont think the reporter for the sun was at the game either, if he was then he must have been absent for lallas goal because according to him clynes cross was headed away weakly and "found ramirez whos SHOT rebounded for lalla to score"! i wasnt at the game but even i know that gaston passed the ball to lalla to score! but then he alao said that papiss cisse was taken out by fonte who was lucky to pick up just a yellow card! it was a good tackle in which he clearly won the ball, the pundits and commentators on motd 2 said he shouldnt have even been booked. the whole story was based on pards anyway, its not as if he`s the first manager to go backed to a club he was sacked from, and it was over 2 years ago. ask most saints fans who they would rather have as manager from those 2 and adkins would be the answer!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]What do you reckon Ret. another tiresome impersonator? Has all of the hall marks and the style is familiar![/p][/quote]Definite skunt. He was nowhere near St Mary's yesterday. (Which is good.)[/p][/quote]Should replace "saintly" with "r" then?[/p][/quote]i dont think the reporter for the sun was at the game either, if he was then he must have been absent for lallas goal because according to him clynes cross was headed away weakly and "found ramirez whos SHOT rebounded for lalla to score"! i wasnt at the game but even i know that gaston passed the ball to lalla to score! but then he alao said that papiss cisse was taken out by fonte who was lucky to pick up just a yellow card! it was a good tackle in which he clearly won the ball, the pundits and commentators on motd 2 said he shouldnt have even been booked. the whole story was based on pards anyway, its not as if he`s the first manager to go backed to a club he was sacked from, and it was over 2 years ago. ask most saints fans who they would rather have as manager from those 2 and adkins would be the answer! saintshorse101
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5:35pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Yes. I don't even remember getting home.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Yes. I don't even remember getting home. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:40pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

up saints wrote:
find it baffling to see more post about the worries of portsmouth on this site than the fact we are on the way up.oh well at least iam happy
So are we all. On the way up with a bright future from a young squad AND the skunts in full melt down. It's the delicious combination of the two, like port and cheese or a brandy and Cuban cigar, they compliment each other.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: find it baffling to see more post about the worries of portsmouth on this site than the fact we are on the way up.oh well at least iam happy[/p][/quote]So are we all. On the way up with a bright future from a young squad AND the skunts in full melt down. It's the delicious combination of the two, like port and cheese or a brandy and Cuban cigar, they compliment each other. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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5:49pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
Linesman wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.
What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?
Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim?
Good point, but what about Sol Campbell? Old man, extortionate wages and he'll sue you for image rights later. He was good.
My vote's for Kanu. Didn't even turn up for training, in fact he wasn't even in the country. Still on £20k a week despite having retired three years previous when he hit 65. Yep top chap Kanu.
hahaha old kanu,he properly robbed em blind.and I think they still owe him the deferred wages from last season.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: "Adkins: Ramirez was exhilarating." At £12m he should be - every match.[/p][/quote]What you'll notice about all of Saints' signings is that, while the upfront fee may be high, the type of player we're buying means the ongoing wage costs are manageable. That's why the likes of QPR, and Pompey for example, seem to be spending less initially, but pay for it further down the line. It is also why Gaston Ramirez, with the promise of a hefty sell-on fee further down the line, is likely to be better value than, say, a Kanu, Lawrence or Ben Haim. Does that make sense?[/p][/quote]Who can possibly be better value than Ben Haim?[/p][/quote]Good point, but what about Sol Campbell? Old man, extortionate wages and he'll sue you for image rights later. He was good.[/p][/quote]My vote's for Kanu. Didn't even turn up for training, in fact he wasn't even in the country. Still on £20k a week despite having retired three years previous when he hit 65. Yep top chap Kanu.[/p][/quote]hahaha old kanu,he properly robbed em blind.and I think they still owe him the deferred wages from last season. angus mc coatup
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5:50pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Yes. I don't even remember getting home.
Looking on the bright side....the skunts hangover seems to be everlasting and incurable....

....never mind :O)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Yes. I don't even remember getting home.[/p][/quote]Looking on the bright side....the skunts hangover seems to be everlasting and incurable.... ....never mind :O) Baddesley Bill
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5:50pm Mon 26 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing.
Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more.
1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing. Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more. 1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers? ghk230473
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6:03pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Tebourba will be pleased - I have more bad news to report about how that dreadful man Nicola Cortese is wasting the Club's money;

I went to the ticket office earlier to buy my brother a ticket for the Reading game, but they accidentally sold me a Norwich ticket. Spotting the error on my way back to the car, I returned to the ticket office, got the correct ticket, an apology & they waived the £5.00 upgrade as this is a higher category game, without me even asking.

This is yet another shameful example of how our Club is being bled dry & squandering money!

I blame Fox & Guly, as well as NC.

RYRIHF!
Tebourba will be pleased - I have more bad news to report about how that dreadful man Nicola Cortese is wasting the Club's money; I went to the ticket office earlier to buy my brother a ticket for the Reading game, but they accidentally sold me a Norwich ticket. Spotting the error on my way back to the car, I returned to the ticket office, got the correct ticket, an apology & they waived the £5.00 upgrade as this is a higher category game, without me even asking. This is yet another shameful example of how our Club is being bled dry & squandering money! I blame Fox & Guly, as well as NC. RYRIHF! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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6:04pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing.
Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more.
1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?
Chappers is injured.
Yes...Wedneday will be a tougher task...but we have a pretty good record against Norwich in recent years and I fancy our chances to make it three on the bounce.
My bet was looking dodgy for a while...but seems ok right now! :O)
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing. Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more. 1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?[/p][/quote]Chappers is injured. Yes...Wedneday will be a tougher task...but we have a pretty good record against Norwich in recent years and I fancy our chances to make it three on the bounce. My bet was looking dodgy for a while...but seems ok right now! :O) Baddesley Bill
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6:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
Tebourba will be pleased - I have more bad news to report about how that dreadful man Nicola Cortese is wasting the Club's money;

I went to the ticket office earlier to buy my brother a ticket for the Reading game, but they accidentally sold me a Norwich ticket. Spotting the error on my way back to the car, I returned to the ticket office, got the correct ticket, an apology & they waived the £5.00 upgrade as this is a higher category game, without me even asking.

This is yet another shameful example of how our Club is being bled dry & squandering money!

I blame Fox & Guly, as well as NC.

RYRIHF!
you thieving git,give It back.
you know wer'e skint and on the bones of our arse.If cortese finds out, heads will roll.
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: Tebourba will be pleased - I have more bad news to report about how that dreadful man Nicola Cortese is wasting the Club's money; I went to the ticket office earlier to buy my brother a ticket for the Reading game, but they accidentally sold me a Norwich ticket. Spotting the error on my way back to the car, I returned to the ticket office, got the correct ticket, an apology & they waived the £5.00 upgrade as this is a higher category game, without me even asking. This is yet another shameful example of how our Club is being bled dry & squandering money! I blame Fox & Guly, as well as NC. RYRIHF![/p][/quote]you thieving git,give It back. you know wer'e skint and on the bones of our arse.If cortese finds out, heads will roll. angus mc coatup
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6:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

likewatchingbrazil says...

kent141 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Yes. I don't even remember getting home.
Thats because you dident go out in the first place kunty.
does your mummy/sister know you use such language nipper
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Yes. I don't even remember getting home.[/p][/quote]Thats because you dident go out in the first place kunty.[/p][/quote]does your mummy/sister know you use such language nipper likewatchingbrazil
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6:16pm Mon 26 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing.
Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more.
1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?
Chappers is injured.
Yes...Wedneday will be a tougher task...but we have a pretty good record against Norwich in recent years and I fancy our chances to make it three on the bounce.
My bet was looking dodgy for a while...but seems ok right now! :O)
Your bet is looking better than saints! For me the bet was win win.
I was seriously concerned that na may have lost the dressing room, especially after the Leeds result. Na impressed me after the Albion defeat and protected the players which he is getting back now. Hopefully we can stay injury free and go on a good run........ Heart says 2-1 to us Wednesday, head draw.
Coyr
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing. Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more. 1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?[/p][/quote]Chappers is injured. Yes...Wedneday will be a tougher task...but we have a pretty good record against Norwich in recent years and I fancy our chances to make it three on the bounce. My bet was looking dodgy for a while...but seems ok right now! :O)[/p][/quote]Your bet is looking better than saints! For me the bet was win win. I was seriously concerned that na may have lost the dressing room, especially after the Leeds result. Na impressed me after the Albion defeat and protected the players which he is getting back now. Hopefully we can stay injury free and go on a good run........ Heart says 2-1 to us Wednesday, head draw. Coyr ghk230473
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6:24pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

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6:29pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

according to a report in footylatest.com
saints are lining up a january move for
blackpool's matt phillips.do we really need another midfielder/winger.or is this part of another spending splurge.or just another rumour.
according to a report in footylatest.com saints are lining up a january move for blackpool's matt phillips.do we really need another midfielder/winger.or is this part of another spending splurge.or just another rumour. angus mc coatup
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6:33pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing.
Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more.
1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?
Chappers is injured.
Yes...Wedneday will be a tougher task...but we have a pretty good record against Norwich in recent years and I fancy our chances to make it three on the bounce.
My bet was looking dodgy for a while...but seems ok right now! :O)
Your bet is looking better than saints! For me the bet was win win.
I was seriously concerned that na may have lost the dressing room, especially after the Leeds result. Na impressed me after the Albion defeat and protected the players which he is getting back now. Hopefully we can stay injury free and go on a good run........ Heart says 2-1 to us Wednesday, head draw.
Coyr
I find it easier to listen to my heart...it eases the pressure on the brain...and helps create the positivity on which our team thrives on. 2-0 COYR
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing. Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more. 1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?[/p][/quote]Chappers is injured. Yes...Wedneday will be a tougher task...but we have a pretty good record against Norwich in recent years and I fancy our chances to make it three on the bounce. My bet was looking dodgy for a while...but seems ok right now! :O)[/p][/quote]Your bet is looking better than saints! For me the bet was win win. I was seriously concerned that na may have lost the dressing room, especially after the Leeds result. Na impressed me after the Albion defeat and protected the players which he is getting back now. Hopefully we can stay injury free and go on a good run........ Heart says 2-1 to us Wednesday, head draw. Coyr[/p][/quote]I find it easier to listen to my heart...it eases the pressure on the brain...and helps create the positivity on which our team thrives on. 2-0 COYR Baddesley Bill
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6:34pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

tickets for the norwich end are being made to avaliable to saints fans block 43 ,its not to late if you want tom cheer on the souths finest team
tickets for the norwich end are being made to avaliable to saints fans block 43 ,its not to late if you want tom cheer on the souths finest team saintkenny
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6:35pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....
Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment..... kent141
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6:37pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

kent141 wrote:
Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....
little things please little minds delinquent
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....[/p][/quote]little things please little minds delinquent saintkenny
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6:43pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....
little things please little minds delinquent
Says the dimmest tw*t on here
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....[/p][/quote]little things please little minds delinquent[/p][/quote]Says the dimmest tw*t on here kent141
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6:47pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

kent141 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....
little things please little minds delinquent
Says the dimmest tw*t on here
Sssshhhhhh!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....[/p][/quote]little things please little minds delinquent[/p][/quote]Says the dimmest tw*t on here[/p][/quote]Sssshhhhhh!!!!!!! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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6:48pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

poor old kenty, desperate for attention. me me me me i`m here look i`ve got a funny joke about adkins looking orange in a poorly produced photo and i am not going to stop going on about it because i am so lonely and have such a sad life, its the only thing i have to look forward too. please talk to me i have no other friends and i need your acknowledgm....... oh dear just wet myself again, still not the first time today. please please talk to me. yours kenty141
poor old kenty, desperate for attention. me me me me i`m here look i`ve got a funny joke about adkins looking orange in a poorly produced photo and i am not going to stop going on about it because i am so lonely and have such a sad life, its the only thing i have to look forward too. please talk to me i have no other friends and i need your acknowledgm....... oh dear just wet myself again, still not the first time today. please please talk to me. yours kenty141 saintshorse101
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6:48pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Kunt is getting desperate for responses....shhhhhh
hhhhhh
Kunt is getting desperate for responses....shhhhhh hhhhhh Baddesley Bill
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6:50pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

kent141 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....
little things please little minds delinquent
Says the dimmest tw*t on here
shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
ush kunt141 .ptyd 14.12.2012
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....[/p][/quote]little things please little minds delinquent[/p][/quote]Says the dimmest tw*t on here[/p][/quote]shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu ush kunt141 .ptyd 14.12.2012 saintkenny
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6:53pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead
Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead kent141
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6:55pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....
little things please little minds delinquent
Says the dimmest tw*t on here
shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

ush kunt141 .ptyd 14.12.2012
Bring on the party !!!
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....[/p][/quote]little things please little minds delinquent[/p][/quote]Says the dimmest tw*t on here[/p][/quote]shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu ush kunt141 .ptyd 14.12.2012[/p][/quote]Bring on the party !!! kent141
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6:58pm Mon 26 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

kent141 wrote:
Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead
What r u then Kent? I wouldn't say you are a football fan which is why posters take you as Pompey!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead[/p][/quote]What r u then Kent? I wouldn't say you are a football fan which is why posters take you as Pompey! ghk230473
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6:58pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Who is the scottish bloke with the Rangers badges that goes in the Joshua tree ....he was entertaining..
Who is the scottish bloke with the Rangers badges that goes in the Joshua tree ....he was entertaining.. kent141
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7:03pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that
lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that.

LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!!
well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that. LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!! angus mc coatup
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7:04pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

SaintJD wrote:
Is it true that Balram Chainrai is the new favourite for BBC Sport's Personality of the Year?

The best price you'll get from the bookies is 2/100 (or 2p in the pound).
i didnt laugh honest
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: Is it true that Balram Chainrai is the new favourite for BBC Sport's Personality of the Year? The best price you'll get from the bookies is 2/100 (or 2p in the pound).[/p][/quote]i didnt laugh honest bluewhiteandred
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7:06pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Yes. I don't even remember getting home.
Looking on the bright side....the skunts hangover seems to be everlasting and incurable....

....never mind :O)
big bad bill you are so nassty did you vote for a ground share then ?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Yes. I don't even remember getting home.[/p][/quote]Looking on the bright side....the skunts hangover seems to be everlasting and incurable.... ....never mind :O)[/p][/quote]big bad bill you are so nassty did you vote for a ground share then ? bluewhiteandred
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7:06pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Nice touch by the PA announcer at the end of the game yesterday, playing "Sha la la"!

14.12.2012.

COYR!
Nice touch by the PA announcer at the end of the game yesterday, playing "Sha la la"! 14.12.2012. COYR! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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7:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
Nice touch by the PA announcer at the end of the game yesterday, playing "Sha la la"!

14.12.2012.

COYR!
It was noted....TUUUUUNE! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: Nice touch by the PA announcer at the end of the game yesterday, playing "Sha la la"! 14.12.2012. COYR![/p][/quote]It was noted....TUUUUUNE! :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

ghk230473 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead
What r u then Kent? I wouldn't say you are a football fan which is why posters take you as Pompey!
we will have you kenti you can follow pompey only if you pledge a £1000
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead[/p][/quote]What r u then Kent? I wouldn't say you are a football fan which is why posters take you as Pompey![/p][/quote]we will have you kenti you can follow pompey only if you pledge a £1000 bluewhiteandred
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7:13pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

I'm popping over to the News site for a chat with Bluewhiteanddead...

...he might turn up this time.
I'm popping over to the News site for a chat with Bluewhiteanddead... ...he might turn up this time. Baddesley Bill
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7:15pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that
lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that.

LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!!
as is will campion drummer with coldplay twice voted britians best band 30 million record sales ,concerts packed out around the world .and a number 1 song in uk and america at the same time .even a song on coldpays latest album a song as the words when the saints go marching in
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that. LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!![/p][/quote]as is will campion drummer with coldplay twice voted britians best band 30 million record sales ,concerts packed out around the world .and a number 1 song in uk and america at the same time .even a song on coldpays latest album a song as the words when the saints go marching in saintkenny
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7:16pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table .
dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse .
I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table . dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse . bluewhiteandred
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7:17pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead
What r u then Kent? I wouldn't say you are a football fan which is why posters take you as Pompey!
we will have you kenti you can follow pompey only if you pledge a £1000
jog on....so who is the Rangers fan in the Joshua tree then ??
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Poor old horse is getting himself at it as usual and Bill...well its just Bill isent it...what a schmuckhead[/p][/quote]What r u then Kent? I wouldn't say you are a football fan which is why posters take you as Pompey![/p][/quote]we will have you kenti you can follow pompey only if you pledge a £1000[/p][/quote]jog on....so who is the Rangers fan in the Joshua tree then ?? kent141
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7:18pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
according to a report in footylatest.com
saints are lining up a january move for
blackpool's matt phillips.do we really need another midfielder/winger.or is this part of another spending splurge.or just another rumour.
No we need a left back a centre back and a striker!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: according to a report in footylatest.com saints are lining up a january move for blackpool's matt phillips.do we really need another midfielder/winger.or is this part of another spending splurge.or just another rumour.[/p][/quote]No we need a left back a centre back and a striker!!!!!!! saintlysoul
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7:18pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I'm popping over to the News site for a chat with Bluewhiteanddead...

...he might turn up this time.
don't forget to tell him, he's a kunt!! bill.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I'm popping over to the News site for a chat with Bluewhiteanddead... ...he might turn up this time.[/p][/quote]don't forget to tell him, he's a kunt!! bill. angus mc coatup
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7:19pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times.

Please remember not to address a skunt directly.

We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.
Breathtaking? Are you on something?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'm still a little stunned by how good we were. We were breathtaking at times. Please remember not to address a skunt directly. We are getting a posse up to go and sit in the public gallery on 14th December and cheer Portpin and the judge on for what will hopefully be the last time ever. Come and join us.[/p][/quote]Breathtaking? Are you on something? saintlysoul
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7:20pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

seventh-junction wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
Go back to bed.....and wake up later on the other side. jeez....
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new left back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]Go back to bed.....and wake up later on the other side. jeez....[/p][/quote]Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzz saintlysoul
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7:22pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing.
Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more.
1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?
Champagne football what?
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing. Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more. 1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?[/p][/quote]Champagne football what? saintlysoul
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7:22pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing.
Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more.
1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?
Champagne football what?
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Going forward was champagne' football! I've just watched motd which I feel didn't do us justice just proved Jay rod goal was on side. Gazza's saves were excellent although I felt he had a shaky start, will prove a good signing. Norwich will prove a different game, they will not allow us time and space in important areas. Newcastle were without 3 important players and played mid week, they looked jaded. That said you can only play what's put in front of you and we could have scored more. 1 swallow doesn't make a summer. An entertaining game with great pass and flow football, but we are still short of quality players in certain areas. January will be important, I would like to see a keeper, left back, and centre half. We need to offload players too, what is happening with chappers?[/p][/quote]Champagne football what? saintlysoul
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7:22pm Mon 26 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that
lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that.

LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!!
She was cover girl on The Beautiful South a few years ago. My mate who wrote it was nearly coming in his pants.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that. LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!![/p][/quote]She was cover girl on The Beautiful South a few years ago. My mate who wrote it was nearly coming in his pants. mack chinnon
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7:22pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table .
dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse .
try the amex not that far as it /and same colour scheme .they can change it as well .they need the money more than us
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table . dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse .[/p][/quote]try the amex not that far as it /and same colour scheme .they can change it as well .they need the money more than us saintkenny
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7:23pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that
lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that.

LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!!
as is will campion drummer with coldplay twice voted britians best band 30 million record sales ,concerts packed out around the world .and a number 1 song in uk and america at the same time .even a song on coldpays latest album a song as the words when the saints go marching in
Just looked her up a saints fan then ? well you have to get a seat next to her at norwich game , she looks a nice lady and please can you ask her to donate some money to pompey before you get her phone number . Thats a plan
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that. LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!![/p][/quote]as is will campion drummer with coldplay twice voted britians best band 30 million record sales ,concerts packed out around the world .and a number 1 song in uk and america at the same time .even a song on coldpays latest album a song as the words when the saints go marching in[/p][/quote]Just looked her up a saints fan then ? well you have to get a seat next to her at norwich game , she looks a nice lady and please can you ask her to donate some money to pompey before you get her phone number . Thats a plan bluewhiteandred
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7:27pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

I didnt know cold play lead singer chris martin followed saints well all them cds and downloads removed . Mike oldfield is better !
I didnt know cold play lead singer chris martin followed saints well all them cds and downloads removed . Mike oldfield is better ! bluewhiteandred
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7:30pm Mon 26 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

saintkenny wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that
lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that.

LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!!
as is will campion drummer with coldplay twice voted britians best band 30 million record sales ,concerts packed out around the world .and a number 1 song in uk and america at the same time .even a song on coldpays latest album a song as the words when the saints go marching in
I would rather stick wasp up my a$$ than listen to Coldplay.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: well the skunts can bang on about fa cups and league titles from about two hundred years ago.but we can beat all of that loada bo!!ox.I've just found out that lucy pinder is in fact a life long saints fan.there ya go ya skunters beat that. LUCY PINDER ( well I would ) a saints fan !!!!!![/p][/quote]as is will campion drummer with coldplay twice voted britians best band 30 million record sales ,concerts packed out around the world .and a number 1 song in uk and america at the same time .even a song on coldpays latest album a song as the words when the saints go marching in[/p][/quote]I would rather stick wasp up my a$$ than listen to Coldplay. mack chinnon
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7:30pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
I didnt know cold play lead singer chris martin followed saints well all them cds and downloads removed . Mike oldfield is better !
can you read will campion the drummer.chris is a chlsea fan i think cockney lad
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I didnt know cold play lead singer chris martin followed saints well all them cds and downloads removed . Mike oldfield is better ![/p][/quote]can you read will campion the drummer.chris is a chlsea fan i think cockney lad saintkenny
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7:32pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

....still waiting for the name of the scottish bloke in the Joshua Tree,not difficult if you all go in there...
....still waiting for the name of the scottish bloke in the Joshua Tree,not difficult if you all go in there... kent141
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7:33pm Mon 26 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table .
dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse .
try the amex not that far as it /and same colour scheme .they can change it as well .they need the money more than us
Pink suits them Kenny.
Come on Tranmere.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table . dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse .[/p][/quote]try the amex not that far as it /and same colour scheme .they can change it as well .they need the money more than us[/p][/quote]Pink suits them Kenny. Come on Tranmere. mack chinnon
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7:36pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table .
dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse .
try the amex not that far as it /and same colour scheme .they can change it as well .they need the money more than us
Thanks but no thanks i know one of our team strips was salmon pink Fact . Dont want to be sent to the wrong end of sussex ! Andrex ground no no no.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I think you will win agaist NORWICH as the players have got their confidence back . You soon will be mid table . dont foget to vote for ground share i will have to email cortesse .[/p][/quote]try the amex not that far as it /and same colour scheme .they can change it as well .they need the money more than us[/p][/quote]Thanks but no thanks i know one of our team strips was salmon pink Fact . Dont want to be sent to the wrong end of sussex ! Andrex ground no no no. bluewhiteandred
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7:38pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
I didnt know cold play lead singer chris martin followed saints well all them cds and downloads removed . Mike oldfield is better !
can you read will campion the drummer.chris is a chlsea fan i think cockney lad
sh.,t just destroyed cds
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: I didnt know cold play lead singer chris martin followed saints well all them cds and downloads removed . Mike oldfield is better ![/p][/quote]can you read will campion the drummer.chris is a chlsea fan i think cockney lad[/p][/quote]sh.,t just destroyed cds bluewhiteandred
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7:38pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Yes. I don't even remember getting home.
Thanks to you I made arrangements with some customers today whom I don't even recall talking to last night. One of them said I sounded "rather happy".
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Yes. I don't even remember getting home.[/p][/quote]Thanks to you I made arrangements with some customers today whom I don't even recall talking to last night. One of them said I sounded "rather happy". Velleity
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7:39pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

stop encouraging the dribbling feckin idiot.ffs
stop encouraging the dribbling feckin idiot.ffs angus mc coatup
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7:44pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Velleity says...

saintkenny wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....
little things please little minds delinquent
Oh, shhhh, for heaven's sake.

What's happened to the shhh campaign. It worked and kept the tosspots quiet for a few days.

Just ignore them and they drift away.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Something even funnier than that photo of Tangohead is the interview with Joey Barton talking in a french/scouse accent on yahoo at the moment.....[/p][/quote]little things please little minds delinquent[/p][/quote]Oh, shhhh, for heaven's sake. What's happened to the shhh campaign. It worked and kept the tosspots quiet for a few days. Just ignore them and they drift away. Velleity
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7:44pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Yes. I don't even remember getting home.
Thanks to you I made arrangements with some customers today whom I don't even recall talking to last night. One of them said I sounded "rather happy".
big bad bill you were round my place dressed as Gimp i was not impressed i had to put you in a taxi to Hilsea and he put you on a train to BRIGHTON you got back then .
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Yes. I don't even remember getting home.[/p][/quote]Thanks to you I made arrangements with some customers today whom I don't even recall talking to last night. One of them said I sounded "rather happy".[/p][/quote]big bad bill you were round my place dressed as Gimp i was not impressed i had to put you in a taxi to Hilsea and he put you on a train to BRIGHTON you got back then . bluewhiteandred
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7:52pm Mon 26 Nov 12

teddrake says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault! teddrake
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7:59pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

kent141 wrote:
....still waiting for the name of the scottish bloke in the Joshua Tree,not difficult if you all go in there...
.....still waiting, what is on display on the wall or the main feature in there....
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: ....still waiting for the name of the scottish bloke in the Joshua Tree,not difficult if you all go in there...[/p][/quote].....still waiting, what is on display on the wall or the main feature in there.... kent141
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8:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Velleity wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us.
Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality.
Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet.
All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember....
....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)
Yes. I don't even remember getting home.
Thanks to you I made arrangements with some customers today whom I don't even recall talking to last night. One of them said I sounded "rather happy".
I do remember coaching your son to victory over you at pool :)

We went on from there. Mistake :(
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: The way I see it is that our performance yesterday could be ground breaking for us. Albeit against a weakened toon, we battled and hassled them in their own half. Cork may well be the difference in midfield...but some of the moves Puncheon made were nothing less than top Prem quality. Our backline will draw more confidence from the clean sheet. All in all, we put in a real team shift...a performance to remember.... ....I'm rather hoping to put this morning's hangover behind me though. :O)[/p][/quote]Yes. I don't even remember getting home.[/p][/quote]Thanks to you I made arrangements with some customers today whom I don't even recall talking to last night. One of them said I sounded "rather happy".[/p][/quote]I do remember coaching your son to victory over you at pool :) We went on from there. Mistake :( Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:03pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault!
Im off teddrake has put the wind up me you have some doom gloomer fans i was having a bit of banter now its the end of the world . big bad bill a bit of fun no offence , velliity a bit of fun .
your fans on pompey site! free speech .
[quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault![/p][/quote]Im off teddrake has put the wind up me you have some doom gloomer fans i was having a bit of banter now its the end of the world . big bad bill a bit of fun no offence , velliity a bit of fun . your fans on pompey site! free speech . bluewhiteandred
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8:05pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O) Baddesley Bill
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8:08pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
stop encouraging the dribbling feckin idiot.ffs
And who's talking to you, boy! Sit in the corner and speak when spoken to!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: stop encouraging the dribbling feckin idiot.ffs[/p][/quote]And who's talking to you, boy! Sit in the corner and speak when spoken to! Southampton Dominance
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8:09pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
Bill, finally calmed down from Saturday night? Quite the little domestic you all had! One too many Breezers? I fear I touched a few nerves, dearie!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]Bill, finally calmed down from Saturday night? Quite the little domestic you all had! One too many Breezers? I fear I touched a few nerves, dearie! Southampton Dominance
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8:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
What time was in in there ?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]What time was in in there ? kent141
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8:12pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:15pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Dominatrix is between customers I guess.

...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.
Dominatrix is between customers I guess. ...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money. Baddesley Bill
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8:15pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
......before or after the game ?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]......before or after the game ? kent141
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8:17pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
I call it a pound....2p in the pound.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]I call it a pound....2p in the pound. Baddesley Bill
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8:17pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Dominatrix is between customers I guess.

...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.
Delightful! I’ve seen Nytol in the tablet form, but never in the human form! Whatever will they think of next!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Dominatrix is between customers I guess. ...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.[/p][/quote]Delightful! I’ve seen Nytol in the tablet form, but never in the human form! Whatever will they think of next! Southampton Dominance
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8:20pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
I call it a pound....2p in the pound.
Quality.

You on for the 14th still?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]I call it a pound....2p in the pound.[/p][/quote]Quality. You on for the 14th still? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:20pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Let’s take a look at the sad ensemble, seated, for tonight’s Chimps tea party! They are all in tonight! The crème de la crème. How exciting!
Let’s take a look at the sad ensemble, seated, for tonight’s Chimps tea party! They are all in tonight! The crème de la crème. How exciting! Southampton Dominance
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8:21pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Tell me, at these get-togethers, do you all actually drink PG tips? Or are you to busy tossing cake at each other?
Tell me, at these get-togethers, do you all actually drink PG tips? Or are you to busy tossing cake at each other? Southampton Dominance
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8:23pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Come on Bill! Are you unable to come up with anything? Even mildly amusing? Come on, put the Shoot! magazine down!
Come on Bill! Are you unable to come up with anything? Even mildly amusing? Come on, put the Shoot! magazine down! Southampton Dominance
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8:23pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Dominatrix is between customers I guess.

...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.
how the hell can she type while someones rifling her arris Is a complete
mystery to me.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Dominatrix is between customers I guess. ...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.[/p][/quote]how the hell can she type while someones rifling her arris Is a complete mystery to me. angus mc coatup
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8:24pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Big bad bill you purchased your tickets i saw your posts and having a moan on the booking fee so you are not a season ticket holder so you have not pledged your hard earned cash on Saints then ! just a little at a time and the rest you piiissed up until you dont know where you are. big boy !
Do you work for Portsmouth news or do you know someone as some of our login details are compromised ? naughty naughty
Big bad bill you purchased your tickets i saw your posts and having a moan on the booking fee so you are not a season ticket holder so you have not pledged your hard earned cash on Saints then ! just a little at a time and the rest you piiissed up until you dont know where you are. big boy ! Do you work for Portsmouth news or do you know someone as some of our login details are compromised ? naughty naughty bluewhiteandred
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8:26pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Dominatrix is between customers I guess.

...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.
how the hell can she type while someones rifling her arris Is a complete
mystery to me.
One of Bill’s little yap dogs, ay! Down boy, down! If I throw a stick, will you leave?
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Dominatrix is between customers I guess. ...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.[/p][/quote]how the hell can she type while someones rifling her arris Is a complete mystery to me.[/p][/quote]One of Bill’s little yap dogs, ay! Down boy, down! If I throw a stick, will you leave? Southampton Dominance
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8:26pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

sssssshhhhhh !!!
sssssshhhhhh !!! angus mc coatup
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8:27pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Dominatrix is between customers I guess.

...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.
how the hell can she type while someones rifling her arris Is a complete
mystery to me.
One of Bill’s little yap dogs, ay! Down boy, down! If I throw a stick, will you leave?
Tell me Bill, does he always sniff your backside like that? How peculiar!
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Dominatrix is between customers I guess. ...another 20 tonight and she might have her pledge money.[/p][/quote]how the hell can she type while someones rifling her arris Is a complete mystery to me.[/p][/quote]One of Bill’s little yap dogs, ay! Down boy, down! If I throw a stick, will you leave?[/p][/quote]Tell me Bill, does he always sniff your backside like that? How peculiar! Southampton Dominance
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8:28pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Oh Bill! Another evening, another drubbing! How unfortunate!
Oh Bill! Another evening, another drubbing! How unfortunate! Southampton Dominance
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8:29pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.
What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for. kent141
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8:30pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Not so feisty now, ay Bill! These little taps on your snout with my rolled up newspaper, seem to be working! Sit!
Not so feisty now, ay Bill! These little taps on your snout with my rolled up newspaper, seem to be working! Sit! Southampton Dominance
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8:31pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

I love it when she replies to her own post...

...it shows how desperate she is for attention.
I love it when she replies to her own post... ...it shows how desperate she is for attention. Baddesley Bill
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8:32pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

she's making a right pr!ck of herself.

fluttering her eyelashes at me now.

no shame in em is there!!!!
she's making a right pr!ck of herself. fluttering her eyelashes at me now. no shame in em is there!!!! angus mc coatup
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8:32pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault!
Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault![/p][/quote]Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!! saintlysoul
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8:32pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

its all a bit sad really aint it! got nothing better to do in her life than to think she will try to wind up the fans of her bigger and much better local rivals. still if thats how she gets off then let her keep posting, i couldnt care less! still come the glorious 14th she wont have a team of her own any more!
its all a bit sad really aint it! got nothing better to do in her life than to think she will try to wind up the fans of her bigger and much better local rivals. still if thats how she gets off then let her keep posting, i couldnt care less! still come the glorious 14th she wont have a team of her own any more! saintshorse101
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8:33pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I love it when she replies to her own post...

...it shows how desperate she is for attention.
Oh Bill! Why do you bother? You’ll never get the better of me, dearie! Why, I’m your Mount Everest!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I love it when she replies to her own post... ...it shows how desperate she is for attention.[/p][/quote]Oh Bill! Why do you bother? You’ll never get the better of me, dearie! Why, I’m your Mount Everest! Southampton Dominance
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8:35pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
glad i don't sit next to you !
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]glad i don't sit next to you ! slugger
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8:35pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
its all a bit sad really aint it! got nothing better to do in her life than to think she will try to wind up the fans of her bigger and much better local rivals. still if thats how she gets off then let her keep posting, i couldnt care less! still come the glorious 14th she wont have a team of her own any more!
That's sweet! Bill has a security username blanket! Which he’s named Saintshorse! How adorable!
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: its all a bit sad really aint it! got nothing better to do in her life than to think she will try to wind up the fans of her bigger and much better local rivals. still if thats how she gets off then let her keep posting, i couldnt care less! still come the glorious 14th she wont have a team of her own any more![/p][/quote]That's sweet! Bill has a security username blanket! Which he’s named Saintshorse! How adorable! Southampton Dominance
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8:36pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
I call it a pound....2p in the pound.
Quality.

You on for the 14th still?
Count me in :O)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]I call it a pound....2p in the pound.[/p][/quote]Quality. You on for the 14th still?[/p][/quote]Count me in :O) Baddesley Bill
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8:37pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

kent141 wrote:
What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.
.........
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.[/p][/quote]......... kent141
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8:37pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
glad i don't sit next to you !
So am I!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]glad i don't sit next to you ![/p][/quote]So am I!!!!! saintlysoul
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8:37pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Bill, as ever you have nothing. Only the odd weak glib comment! I'll mug you off here or on the skate site, as I did so brilliantly at the weekend!
Bill, as ever you have nothing. Only the odd weak glib comment! I'll mug you off here or on the skate site, as I did so brilliantly at the weekend! Southampton Dominance
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8:39pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
its all a bit sad really aint it! got nothing better to do in her life than to think she will try to wind up the fans of her bigger and much better local rivals. still if thats how she gets off then let her keep posting, i couldnt care less! still come the glorious 14th she wont have a team of her own any more!
The differance our teams have won things over the years and with the help of a pompey boy in 1976 your teams have won nowt. Two wins in premier does not get you any silverware and no guarantees !
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: its all a bit sad really aint it! got nothing better to do in her life than to think she will try to wind up the fans of her bigger and much better local rivals. still if thats how she gets off then let her keep posting, i couldnt care less! still come the glorious 14th she wont have a team of her own any more![/p][/quote]The differance our teams have won things over the years and with the help of a pompey boy in 1976 your teams have won nowt. Two wins in premier does not get you any silverware and no guarantees ! bluewhiteandred
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8:39pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
glad i don't sit next to you !
So am I!!!!!
all that supporting would be hard to take i s'pose ?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]glad i don't sit next to you ![/p][/quote]So am I!!!!![/p][/quote]all that supporting would be hard to take i s'pose ? slugger
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8:40pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

fcuk me she's full herself aint she.
fcuk me she's full herself aint she. angus mc coatup
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8:40pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

I think I have a stalker....but I think she should add somekind of evil sounding laugh to the end of her posts to add effect.

...that would work.
I think I have a stalker....but I think she should add somekind of evil sounding laugh to the end of her posts to add effect. ...that would work. Baddesley Bill
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8:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
I call it a pound....2p in the pound.
Quality.

You on for the 14th still?
Count me in :O)
I wonder if Channers will be there in person or just leave it to his lawyers?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]I call it a pound....2p in the pound.[/p][/quote]Quality. You on for the 14th still?[/p][/quote]Count me in :O)[/p][/quote]I wonder if Channers will be there in person or just leave it to his lawyers? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

bill you seem to have picked up some sort of disease there mate, dont worry a good dose of sssssshhhhhhhhh medicine will soon clear that up!
bill you seem to have picked up some sort of disease there mate, dont worry a good dose of sssssshhhhhhhhh medicine will soon clear that up! saintshorse101
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8:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

teddrake says...

saintlysoul wrote:
teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault!
Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!!
Now that's more like it! :)
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault![/p][/quote]Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!![/p][/quote]Now that's more like it! :) teddrake
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8:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Yes common the 14th December better than 25th
Yes common the 14th December better than 25th bluewhiteandred
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8:41pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Yes common the 14th December better than 25th
Yes common the 14th December better than 25th bluewhiteandred
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8:42pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
I call it a pound....2p in the pound.
Quality.

You on for the 14th still?
Count me in :O)
Ok Bill! I'll leave you alone! Another first round defeat! Next time take greater care as to who you gob off to! There’s a good boy!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]I call it a pound....2p in the pound.[/p][/quote]Quality. You on for the 14th still?[/p][/quote]Count me in :O)[/p][/quote]Ok Bill! I'll leave you alone! Another first round defeat! Next time take greater care as to who you gob off to! There’s a good boy! Southampton Dominance
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8:43pm Mon 26 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.
.........
I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.[/p][/quote].........[/p][/quote]I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there scooter75
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8:43pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintsupnorth says...

Think now things are coming together, it was not a case of giving NA the time to get results. but giving the squad time to adjust to changes. NA said he would not bow down to pressure and start playing differently and even i admit i was not 100% confident with that. But boy he is proving everyone wrong now. Big difference for me is Shaw who has really come in with passion and fight, Cork making the difference we needed in Midfield. And Remirez who is just outstanding for us, not only as an individual but how he slots in with the team. My only worry, come next season think alot of our players will have bids for them. Puncheon, Lallana, Cork, Shaw, Lambert, schneiderlin, Lambert, Remirez Think teams will be coming for them soon, just hope we can get them to commit to Saints long term. Remirez worries me more, cause he came to Saints for the money, so if a big team come in and offer him more is he gonna be loyal and stay or go because of the money?.
Think now things are coming together, it was not a case of giving NA the time to get results. but giving the squad time to adjust to changes. NA said he would not bow down to pressure and start playing differently and even i admit i was not 100% confident with that. But boy he is proving everyone wrong now. Big difference for me is Shaw who has really come in with passion and fight, Cork making the difference we needed in Midfield. And Remirez who is just outstanding for us, not only as an individual but how he slots in with the team. My only worry, come next season think alot of our players will have bids for them. Puncheon, Lallana, Cork, Shaw, Lambert, schneiderlin, Lambert, Remirez Think teams will be coming for them soon, just hope we can get them to commit to Saints long term. Remirez worries me more, cause he came to Saints for the money, so if a big team come in and offer him more is he gonna be loyal and stay or go because of the money?. saintsupnorth
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8:44pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault!
Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!!
Now that's more like it! :)
its not the end of the world then ?
[quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault![/p][/quote]Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!![/p][/quote]Now that's more like it! :)[/p][/quote]its not the end of the world then ? bluewhiteandred
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8:45pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

be afraid , be very afraid ! ........... lol !
be afraid , be very afraid ! ........... lol ! slugger
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8:46pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Im off now Gents and big bad bill !
Im off now Gents and big bad bill ! bluewhiteandred
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8:47pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Velleity says...

saintlysoul wrote:
teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault!
Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!!
Get over yourself. Can't you see that it was a pretty good performance?

Ref Ramirez: When you get a BBC commentator during the game using the word "sublime" several times about a player, it's hard to justify a claim that someone wasn't worth the money paid.

Ref "Rodriguez a total waste of space", he scored a goal that was incorrectly judged offside. What do you want from him?

Ref "Lambert lazy again". Were you facing the pitch? He ran himself ragged.

It's OK saying you "want to see how we fair (sic)" against better teams (in which you include Stoke with the worst pass completion in the league) yet you sound like you're expecting disaster rather than waiting to see. Yes, we'll struggle against "the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham" but we're not only playing them this season. It might have felt like that at he start of the season but now we're playing a few teams who have smaller second strings than Man U and who can't have threeplayers injured and still put out a world-class team, i.e. the teams on the bottom half of the table.

It wasn't perfect, I'll accept, but it was a great deal better for most of the fans there than your pen-portrait would suggest.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault![/p][/quote]Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!![/p][/quote]Get over yourself. Can't you see that it was a pretty good performance? Ref Ramirez: When you get a BBC commentator during the game using the word "sublime" several times about a player, it's hard to justify a claim that someone wasn't worth the money paid. Ref "Rodriguez a total waste of space", he scored a goal that was incorrectly judged offside. What do you want from him? Ref "Lambert lazy again". Were you facing the pitch? He ran himself ragged. It's OK saying you "want to see how we fair (sic)" against better teams (in which you include Stoke with the worst pass completion in the league) yet you sound like you're expecting disaster rather than waiting to see. Yes, we'll struggle against "the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham" but we're not only playing them this season. It might have felt like that at he start of the season but now we're playing a few teams who have smaller second strings than Man U and who can't have threeplayers injured and still put out a world-class team, i.e. the teams on the bottom half of the table. It wasn't perfect, I'll accept, but it was a great deal better for most of the fans there than your pen-portrait would suggest. Velleity
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8:48pm Mon 26 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

scooter75 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.
.........
I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there
.................
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.[/p][/quote].........[/p][/quote]I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there[/p][/quote]................. scooter75
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8:49pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Wow...I got owned there. Glad she has gone now ;O)
Wow...I got owned there. Glad she has gone now ;O) Baddesley Bill
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8:52pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
I call it a pound....2p in the pound.
Quality.

You on for the 14th still?
Count me in :O)
I wonder if Channers will be there in person or just leave it to his lawyers?
I hope he is...I'd like to get his autograph.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]I call it a pound....2p in the pound.[/p][/quote]Quality. You on for the 14th still?[/p][/quote]Count me in :O)[/p][/quote]I wonder if Channers will be there in person or just leave it to his lawyers?[/p][/quote]I hope he is...I'd like to get his autograph. Baddesley Bill
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8:52pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

one of these dribbling tw@ts thinks
that "dident" is a real word.the stupidity is endless.and they think that they're being clever.
one of these dribbling tw@ts thinks that "dident" is a real word.the stupidity is endless.and they think that they're being clever. angus mc coatup
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8:54pm Mon 26 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Wow...I got owned there. Glad she has gone now ;O)
No sh1t! What the fcuk was that? You got to fight back m8. He did u over big style
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Wow...I got owned there. Glad she has gone now ;O)[/p][/quote]No sh1t! What the fcuk was that? You got to fight back m8. He did u over big style redandy10
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8:56pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Wow...I got owned there. Glad she has gone now ;O)
suggest a total non-response , she'll only type another scarey post ....... i'm now convinced that she's the hardest girl in the world and would be terrified at the prospect of her next attempt to get noticed . .
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Wow...I got owned there. Glad she has gone now ;O)[/p][/quote]suggest a total non-response , she'll only type another scarey post ....... i'm now convinced that she's the hardest girl in the world and would be terrified at the prospect of her next attempt to get noticed . . slugger
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8:56pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

scooter75 wrote:
scooter75 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.
.........
I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there
.................
it certainly was... funny that not one single person on here went, although im sure all of them will remember next time ...lol
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.[/p][/quote].........[/p][/quote]I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there[/p][/quote].................[/p][/quote]it certainly was... funny that not one single person on here went, although im sure all of them will remember next time ...lol kent141
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8:56pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:58pm Mon 26 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
Sush.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]Sush. mack chinnon
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8:59pm Mon 26 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
So what time was this then seed ?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]So what time was this then seed ? kent141
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9:00pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Ssssssssssssshhhhhhe
r of the day award goes to Bill. Top sssssshhhhing mate.

Anyway, I think we should have a flutter on what value the judge will put on Nottarf Krap. I'm going for £6m.
Ssssssssssssshhhhhhe r of the day award goes to Bill. Top sssssshhhhing mate. Anyway, I think we should have a flutter on what value the judge will put on Nottarf Krap. I'm going for £6m. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:01pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
the clean sheet was most pleasing , and nigel seems to agree with me ........ where's tebourba ?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]the clean sheet was most pleasing , and nigel seems to agree with me ........ where's tebourba ? slugger
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9:03pm Mon 26 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

saintsupnorth wrote:
Think now things are coming together, it was not a case of giving NA the time to get results. but giving the squad time to adjust to changes. NA said he would not bow down to pressure and start playing differently and even i admit i was not 100% confident with that. But boy he is proving everyone wrong now. Big difference for me is Shaw who has really come in with passion and fight, Cork making the difference we needed in Midfield. And Remirez who is just outstanding for us, not only as an individual but how he slots in with the team. My only worry, come next season think alot of our players will have bids for them. Puncheon, Lallana, Cork, Shaw, Lambert, schneiderlin, Lambert, Remirez Think teams will be coming for them soon, just hope we can get them to commit to Saints long term. Remirez worries me more, cause he came to Saints for the money, so if a big team come in and offer him more is he gonna be loyal and stay or go because of the money?.
I dont think he is proving everyone wrong.I think loads of us knew he was on the right track it just needed a bit of time and faith.
[quote][p][bold]saintsupnorth[/bold] wrote: Think now things are coming together, it was not a case of giving NA the time to get results. but giving the squad time to adjust to changes. NA said he would not bow down to pressure and start playing differently and even i admit i was not 100% confident with that. But boy he is proving everyone wrong now. Big difference for me is Shaw who has really come in with passion and fight, Cork making the difference we needed in Midfield. And Remirez who is just outstanding for us, not only as an individual but how he slots in with the team. My only worry, come next season think alot of our players will have bids for them. Puncheon, Lallana, Cork, Shaw, Lambert, schneiderlin, Lambert, Remirez Think teams will be coming for them soon, just hope we can get them to commit to Saints long term. Remirez worries me more, cause he came to Saints for the money, so if a big team come in and offer him more is he gonna be loyal and stay or go because of the money?.[/p][/quote]I dont think he is proving everyone wrong.I think loads of us knew he was on the right track it just needed a bit of time and faith. mack chinnon
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9:05pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant? saintshorse101
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9:09pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

at the end of the day that was the best performance iv'e seen from saints this season , if a few can still find negatives than that's their problem !
at the end of the day that was the best performance iv'e seen from saints this season , if a few can still find negatives than that's their problem ! slugger
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9:09pm Mon 26 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner.

I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat.

...now that's charity! :O)
As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard!
I call it a pound....2p in the pound.
Quality.

You on for the 14th still?
Count me in :O)
I wonder if Channers will be there in person or just leave it to his lawyers?
I hope he is...I'd like to get his autograph.
Im wondering if its worth supporting Preston next week. They might have no-one to play.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: shhhh...I did notice a little snivelling blimp wetting himself in the corner. I took him to be a pompey fan so put a coin in his hat. ...now that's charity! :O)[/p][/quote]As there was a queue for the bog and he was already wet I p!ssed on him. And took his coin. 2p you tight b@stard![/p][/quote]I call it a pound....2p in the pound.[/p][/quote]Quality. You on for the 14th still?[/p][/quote]Count me in :O)[/p][/quote]I wonder if Channers will be there in person or just leave it to his lawyers?[/p][/quote]I hope he is...I'd like to get his autograph.[/p][/quote]Im wondering if its worth supporting Preston next week. They might have no-one to play. mack chinnon
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9:09pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ssssssssssssshhhhhhe

r of the day award goes to Bill. Top sssssshhhhing mate.

Anyway, I think we should have a flutter on what value the judge will put on Nottarf Krap. I'm going for £6m.
To be fair...as a parent, I'm sure you know that shusshing comes naturally when dealing with children or skuntlets.

I'll raise you...£6.1m.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ssssssssssssshhhhhhe r of the day award goes to Bill. Top sssssshhhhing mate. Anyway, I think we should have a flutter on what value the judge will put on Nottarf Krap. I'm going for £6m.[/p][/quote]To be fair...as a parent, I'm sure you know that shusshing comes naturally when dealing with children or skuntlets. I'll raise you...£6.1m. Baddesley Bill
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9:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

*then that's their problem !
*then that's their problem ! slugger
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9:13pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

was especially pleased with fonte , his best game by far imo .
was especially pleased with fonte , his best game by far imo . slugger
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9:13pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintlysoul says...

teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
teddrake wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league.

I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor.
It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham?

Lets keep things in perspective!!!!
I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault!
Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!!
Now that's more like it! :)
I'm going to be positive from now on! I like the banter! I'd love to see the saints continue turning things around and do well. One thing I forgot to say Nigel Adkins is a really decent bloke and I'm pleased we have him as a manager!!!!
[quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]teddrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was at the game yesterday and having read some of the posts this morning I'm wondering whether I was watching the same game. The team did well bt against a poor Newcastle side. Lets not get carried away. I still want to see how we fair against sides like Norwich, Liverpool, Stoke and the 'better' teams in the league. I thouht Spider was poor yesterday. Ramirez had spells of positivity but no way is he worth £12 million, Cork wasn't bad but not as good as his previous two games, Lambert lazy again, Rodrigueuz a total waste of space, Davis - poor. It will be interesting to see what happens in January - the first buy no dobt will be a new let back. Shaw has done well but ha not really been tested yet - do people think he's ready to defend against the likes of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham? Lets keep things in perspective!!!![/p][/quote]I was also at the game yesterday and like saintlysoul I thought that Newcastle were a poor team, Ramirez is not worth £12 million, Cork, Schneider-Trophy, Truncheon and Lallana flattered to deceive, if the woodwork hadn't been so thick, we wouldn't have hit it, the stadium was cold, my coat didn't keep out the rain, my cold drink at half-time was hot and my hot pie was cold, we could well lose all of our matches against the top teams, a meteor may hit St Mary's and decimate the surrounding area, Christmas is coming but it's not going to be a white one; it's going to be BLACK, BLACK, BLACK as soot. Davis was poor as was Shaw as was Fonte ...oh woe is me the future is bleak - I foresee nothing but bleakness... we'll be relegated and lose every game and then relegated again and then, even if we win some matches those wins won't really count because of some reason that I'll think up when I have time. By the way, the people around me were having a wonderful time - but that's their own fault![/p][/quote]Teddrake it's ok I've taken what it seems most people have taken who contribute to this site it's all clear now. Yes the game yesterday was fantastic the team outstanding and on the back of their performances they'll all get international call ups - Lalana will captain England and lift the World Cup in Brazil! Saints will smash Norwich on Wednesday thump Liverpool Saturday and beat all who are to come finishing in the top four - champions league next season. They'll win the fa cup and will win the victory shield at the beginning of next season. It doesn't end there. The under 18s are going to win the youth cup and the under 21s their league. How great it is to be a Saints supporter!!!!![/p][/quote]Now that's more like it! :)[/p][/quote]I'm going to be positive from now on! I like the banter! I'd love to see the saints continue turning things around and do well. One thing I forgot to say Nigel Adkins is a really decent bloke and I'm pleased we have him as a manager!!!! saintlysoul
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9:14pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?
Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back!

Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?[/p][/quote]Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back! Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:21pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Velleity says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?
Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back!

Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.
I certainly wasn't there and I definitely didn't get "that look" from Mrs Velleity when I got home an hour late for my dinner. Oh no.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?[/p][/quote]Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back! Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.[/p][/quote]I certainly wasn't there and I definitely didn't get "that look" from Mrs Velleity when I got home an hour late for my dinner. Oh no. Velleity
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9:22pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?
Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back!

Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.
I was there in body....not necessarily in mind.

...I seem to have somekind of recurring nightmare about jaeger bombs and vodka redbull.

...the pounding in my head this morning tells me reality was involved.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?[/p][/quote]Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back! Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.[/p][/quote]I was there in body....not necessarily in mind. ...I seem to have somekind of recurring nightmare about jaeger bombs and vodka redbull. ...the pounding in my head this morning tells me reality was involved. Baddesley Bill
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9:25pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?
Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back!

Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.
I was there in body....not necessarily in mind.

...I seem to have somekind of recurring nightmare about jaeger bombs and vodka redbull.

...the pounding in my head this morning tells me reality was involved.
i deffo wasn't there for shots ......... i wasn't that drunk !
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?[/p][/quote]Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back! Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.[/p][/quote]I was there in body....not necessarily in mind. ...I seem to have somekind of recurring nightmare about jaeger bombs and vodka redbull. ...the pounding in my head this morning tells me reality was involved.[/p][/quote]i deffo wasn't there for shots ......... i wasn't that drunk ! slugger
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9:25pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Ssssssssssssshhhhhhe


r of the day award goes to Bill. Top sssssshhhhing mate.

Anyway, I think we should have a flutter on what value the judge will put on Nottarf Krap. I'm going for £6m.
To be fair...as a parent, I'm sure you know that shusshing comes naturally when dealing with children or skuntlets.

I'll raise you...£6.1m.
Big bad bill Top sssssshhhhing .
I have £150 for SAINTS to go down (fact) part of my pledge money ! .
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Ssssssssssssshhhhhhe r of the day award goes to Bill. Top sssssshhhhing mate. Anyway, I think we should have a flutter on what value the judge will put on Nottarf Krap. I'm going for £6m.[/p][/quote]To be fair...as a parent, I'm sure you know that shusshing comes naturally when dealing with children or skuntlets. I'll raise you...£6.1m.[/p][/quote]Big bad bill Top sssssshhhhing . I have £150 for SAINTS to go down (fact) part of my pledge money ! . bluewhiteandred
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9:28pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

SAINTS DONT GET LEFT BEHIND !

Blackburn Rovers fans who have joined forces to try to buy the club have unveiled their campaign strategy at a supporters' meeting.

The Rovers Trust was officially launched at the event at Blackburn Cathedral earlier.

Its plans to buy the club from owner Venky's, who bought Rovers for £43m two years ago, have been supported by MPs and former players.

The trust has already raised almost £3m from fans buying shares.
SAINTS DONT GET LEFT BEHIND ! Blackburn Rovers fans who have joined forces to try to buy the club have unveiled their campaign strategy at a supporters' meeting. The Rovers Trust was officially launched at the event at Blackburn Cathedral earlier. Its plans to buy the club from owner Venky's, who bought Rovers for £43m two years ago, have been supported by MPs and former players. The trust has already raised almost £3m from fans buying shares. bluewhiteandred
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9:32pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I see Blackburns Trust has already raised twice as much as Poopeys. Their Trust was only formed a few days ago whilst the Fews was formed a couple of years ago.

This is going to pan out so beautifully.

I raise your £6.1m to £6.5m Bill.
I see Blackburns Trust has already raised twice as much as Poopeys. Their Trust was only formed a few days ago whilst the Fews was formed a couple of years ago. This is going to pan out so beautifully. I raise your £6.1m to £6.5m Bill. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:36pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see Blackburns Trust has already raised twice as much as Poopeys. Their Trust was only formed a few days ago whilst the Fews was formed a couple of years ago.

This is going to pan out so beautifully.

I raise your £6.1m to £6.5m Bill.
Too steep or me Seed...sold to you mate.

Hard luck.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I see Blackburns Trust has already raised twice as much as Poopeys. Their Trust was only formed a few days ago whilst the Fews was formed a couple of years ago. This is going to pan out so beautifully. I raise your £6.1m to £6.5m Bill.[/p][/quote]Too steep or me Seed...sold to you mate. Hard luck. Baddesley Bill
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9:37pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

but we built infrstructure for the future .instead paying high wages /what ever frattons worth not much ,stmarys will be worth around 90 million more once the stadium is increased to 48.000 .light years ahead .in this century
but we built infrstructure for the future .instead paying high wages /what ever frattons worth not much ,stmarys will be worth around 90 million more once the stadium is increased to 48.000 .light years ahead .in this century saintkenny
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9:38pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see Blackburns Trust has already raised twice as much as Poopeys. Their Trust was only formed a few days ago whilst the Fews was formed a couple of years ago.

This is going to pan out so beautifully.

I raise your £6.1m to £6.5m Bill.
Too steep or me Seed...sold to you mate.

Hard luck.
he could keep his fishing tackle in it ...... it'll need waterproofing mind .
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I see Blackburns Trust has already raised twice as much as Poopeys. Their Trust was only formed a few days ago whilst the Fews was formed a couple of years ago. This is going to pan out so beautifully. I raise your £6.1m to £6.5m Bill.[/p][/quote]Too steep or me Seed...sold to you mate. Hard luck.[/p][/quote]he could keep his fishing tackle in it ...... it'll need waterproofing mind . slugger
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9:38pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.
seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?
Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back!

Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.
I was there in body....not necessarily in mind.

...I seem to have somekind of recurring nightmare about jaeger bombs and vodka redbull.

...the pounding in my head this morning tells me reality was involved.
Another home game Wednesday guys - de-tox in order before it all starts again!

Red Army!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Just watched the match again, good old sky. As slugger asked in the Joshua Tree who was our worst player? You simply cannot pick one. Sublime team performance. For a team that was in league 1 the season before last it really is story book stuff.[/p][/quote]seed you never went to the joshua tree did you! you have been found out by the mighty kenty! she knows all she sees all. come to think of it are you really unrepentant?[/p][/quote]Indeed. I was not there with Slugger, Bill, Velleity and Velleity Jnr. Nor did I have my Saints shirt on with Seedhouse printed on the back! Nor have I just watched the game again having recorded it on sky where you can pick any of yesterdays Prem matches.[/p][/quote]I was there in body....not necessarily in mind. ...I seem to have somekind of recurring nightmare about jaeger bombs and vodka redbull. ...the pounding in my head this morning tells me reality was involved.[/p][/quote]Another home game Wednesday guys - de-tox in order before it all starts again! Red Army! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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9:39pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

I'm not to sure that advice on football club finances, from a skint skate could be taken seriously.especially advice from a 10year old skint skate.
I'm not to sure that advice on football club finances, from a skint skate could be taken seriously.especially advice from a 10year old skint skate. angus mc coatup
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9:40pm Mon 26 Nov 12

TEBOURBA says...

Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT.
Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win!
Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT. Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win! TEBOURBA
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9:44pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT.
Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win!
Ssssshhhhh!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT. Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win![/p][/quote]Ssssshhhhh!!!!!! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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9:45pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT.
Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win!
just ignore tebourba he ghis a gosport skate ,we regulars have a ingnor skunt policy include him in it
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT. Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win![/p][/quote]just ignore tebourba he ghis a gosport skate ,we regulars have a ingnor skunt policy include him in it saintkenny
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9:45pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT.
Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win!
When was the last time you got anything right?
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT. Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win![/p][/quote]When was the last time you got anything right? Baddesley Bill
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9:47pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)
Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O) Baddesley Bill
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9:50pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT.
Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win!
here he is ! ........... why put a lid on praise oh superior one (lol) ....... credit where credit is due or just inane contempt for saints supporters who are realistic ?.......... i know what the vast majority of saints fans think .
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Let's put a lid on the praise and wait until he has played as well and as long as true Saints legends Terry Paine and MLT. Another completely OTT comment by the happy clappers who will soon want an open top coach tour of the City every time Saints manage a win![/p][/quote]here he is ! ........... why put a lid on praise oh superior one (lol) ....... credit where credit is due or just inane contempt for saints supporters who are realistic ?.......... i know what the vast majority of saints fans think . slugger
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9:51pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)
me too ........ sorry everyone .
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)[/p][/quote]me too ........ sorry everyone . slugger
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10:01pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

slugger wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)
me too ........ sorry everyone .
Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One!

Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case.

As for Gaston - superb.

On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1.

COYR!

14.12.2012
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)[/p][/quote]me too ........ sorry everyone .[/p][/quote]Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One! Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case. As for Gaston - superb. On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1. COYR! 14.12.2012 Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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10:01pm Mon 26 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

kent141 wrote:
scooter75 wrote:
scooter75 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.
.........
I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there
.................
it certainly was... funny that not one single person on here went, although im sure all of them will remember next time ...lol
i doubt it ....
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: What did the geordies do in the josh after the game that was a tribute to someone that had died and had everyone in fits and who was the minor celebrity who it was for.[/p][/quote].........[/p][/quote]I think all 30 of them stayed in and dident go. Shame it was brilliant in there[/p][/quote].................[/p][/quote]it certainly was... funny that not one single person on here went, although im sure all of them will remember next time ...lol[/p][/quote]i doubt it .... scooter75
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10:10pm Mon 26 Nov 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

smelly fissssssssssssssssss
sssssssshhh
smelly fissssssssssssssssss sssssssshhh worried of n e hampshire
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10:14pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

What acock!

We were struggling, some were questioning the managers position, then we win two on the trot in such style the pundits rave about it.

I think it's a good reason to clap.

As will be the glorious 14th.
What acock! We were struggling, some were questioning the managers position, then we win two on the trot in such style the pundits rave about it. I think it's a good reason to clap. As will be the glorious 14th. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:15pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
slugger wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)
me too ........ sorry everyone .
Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One!

Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case.

As for Gaston - superb.

On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1.

COYR!

14.12.2012
Big bad bill and slugwith a pigeon also all together as one ! Inbreeding again yuck !
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)[/p][/quote]me too ........ sorry everyone .[/p][/quote]Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One! Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case. As for Gaston - superb. On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1. COYR! 14.12.2012[/p][/quote]Big bad bill and slugwith a pigeon also all together as one ! Inbreeding again yuck ! bluewhiteandred
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10:18pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
slugger wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)
me too ........ sorry everyone .
Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One!

Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case.

As for Gaston - superb.

On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1.

COYR!

14.12.2012
Gonna have a few quid on 2-0... I am liking the idea of another clean sheet (which is something that Kunt hasn't woken up on in a long long time).
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)[/p][/quote]me too ........ sorry everyone .[/p][/quote]Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One! Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case. As for Gaston - superb. On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1. COYR! 14.12.2012[/p][/quote]Gonna have a few quid on 2-0... I am liking the idea of another clean sheet (which is something that Kunt hasn't woken up on in a long long time). Baddesley Bill
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10:21pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

worried of n e hampshire wrote:
smelly fissssssssssssssssss

sssssssshhh
In the oil slick itchen and fishing off the banks the aroma of southampton !
[quote][p][bold]worried of n e hampshire[/bold] wrote: smelly fissssssssssssssssss sssssssshhh[/p][/quote]In the oil slick itchen and fishing off the banks the aroma of southampton ! bluewhiteandred
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10:23pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
slugger wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)
me too ........ sorry everyone .
Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One!

Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case.

As for Gaston - superb.

On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1.

COYR!

14.12.2012
Gonna have a few quid on 2-0... I am liking the idea of another clean sheet (which is something that Kunt hasn't woken up on in a long long time).
Lambert to score first, 2-0 win; 20 to 1!

Worth a few quid (unlike Poopee).
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)[/p][/quote]me too ........ sorry everyone .[/p][/quote]Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One! Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case. As for Gaston - superb. On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1. COYR! 14.12.2012[/p][/quote]Gonna have a few quid on 2-0... I am liking the idea of another clean sheet (which is something that Kunt hasn't woken up on in a long long time).[/p][/quote]Lambert to score first, 2-0 win; 20 to 1! Worth a few quid (unlike Poopee). Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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10:25pm Mon 26 Nov 12

slugger says...

anyone who can't bring themselves to find even a tiny bit of positivity out of yesterdays game cannot possibly be a saints fan ........
anyone who can't bring themselves to find even a tiny bit of positivity out of yesterdays game cannot possibly be a saints fan ........ slugger
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10:29pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
slugger wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)
me too ........ sorry everyone .
Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One!

Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case.

As for Gaston - superb.

On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1.

COYR!

14.12.2012
Gonna have a few quid on 2-0... I am liking the idea of another clean sheet (which is something that Kunt hasn't woken up on in a long long time).
Lambert to score first, 2-0 win; 20 to 1!

Worth a few quid (unlike Poopee).
If Punch continues to take on (and beat) defenders the way he is....I think he may be worth a few of my hard earned coins.
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Correct...shhhhhhh (I might have off loaded a comment there...sorry) :O)[/p][/quote]me too ........ sorry everyone .[/p][/quote]Naughty, naughty - remember; Together As One! Careful, or you'll have the Dominatrix on your case. As for Gaston - superb. On Wednesday we will sneak past Norwich 2-1. COYR! 14.12.2012[/p][/quote]Gonna have a few quid on 2-0... I am liking the idea of another clean sheet (which is something that Kunt hasn't woken up on in a long long time).[/p][/quote]Lambert to score first, 2-0 win; 20 to 1! Worth a few quid (unlike Poopee).[/p][/quote]If Punch continues to take on (and beat) defenders the way he is....I think he may be worth a few of my hard earned coins. Baddesley Bill
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10:29pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

does bluewhitenotrightint
hehead write in some sort of cryptic code.cos I aint got a clue what he's on about
does bluewhitenotrightint hehead write in some sort of cryptic code.cos I aint got a clue what he's on about angus mc coatup
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10:30pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

well if you were there seed with all of your witnesses;) then that would mean the wise old kunt was wrong! now i know that thebooooooooooorer was wrong once, it was about the qpr game, she said that saints would lose by 2 clear goals or she would not post again! i am glad she stuck to her word as i have not seen her post since.
so you are saying that not only was theboooooorer wrong but kenty is as well? next you will be telling me that dominatrix hasnt been stalking bad bill and poopey fans havent raised the money they need to save their club.
well if you were there seed with all of your witnesses;) then that would mean the wise old kunt was wrong! now i know that thebooooooooooorer was wrong once, it was about the qpr game, she said that saints would lose by 2 clear goals or she would not post again! i am glad she stuck to her word as i have not seen her post since. so you are saying that not only was theboooooorer wrong but kenty is as well? next you will be telling me that dominatrix hasnt been stalking bad bill and poopey fans havent raised the money they need to save their club. saintshorse101
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10:34pm Mon 26 Nov 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

now they are closing the shipyard in skatesville, what a sad depressing plaice! (O thats a fish!)
now they are closing the shipyard in skatesville, what a sad depressing plaice! (O thats a fish!) worried of n e hampshire
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10:39pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
does bluewhitenotrightint

hehead write in some sort of cryptic code.cos I aint got a clue what he's on about
Baddesley Bill

10:23 PM on 26/11/2012

Nawww...happy to talk to you here...everyone ignores you over there....can't think why.

NO they dont !

Glad i never chose Saints to support as a team.
Attending FOOTBALL since 1978 Saints have won nothing
And Pompey
well you know i have the flags , shirts , pictures with Fa cup , books in black and white programmes of glory and Europe .

ssssssssshhhhhhhhhhh
hhh
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: does bluewhitenotrightint hehead write in some sort of cryptic code.cos I aint got a clue what he's on about[/p][/quote]Baddesley Bill 10:23 PM on 26/11/2012 Nawww...happy to talk to you here...everyone ignores you over there....can't think why. NO they dont ! Glad i never chose Saints to support as a team. Attending FOOTBALL since 1978 Saints have won nothing And Pompey well you know i have the flags , shirts , pictures with Fa cup , books in black and white programmes of glory and Europe . ssssssssshhhhhhhhhhh hhh bluewhiteandred
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10:42pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
well if you were there seed with all of your witnesses;) then that would mean the wise old kunt was wrong! now i know that thebooooooooooorer was wrong once, it was about the qpr game, she said that saints would lose by 2 clear goals or she would not post again! i am glad she stuck to her word as i have not seen her post since.
so you are saying that not only was theboooooorer wrong but kenty is as well? next you will be telling me that dominatrix hasnt been stalking bad bill and poopey fans havent raised the money they need to save their club.
How very dare you...they have an honest club turned bad by evil bond-like-baddies. They are totally innocent in all this and would never ever ever tell porkies.

I truely believe they are the bestest bestest fans (tm) in the world...all 9000 of them...(especially the 1800 who have pledged).
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: well if you were there seed with all of your witnesses;) then that would mean the wise old kunt was wrong! now i know that thebooooooooooorer was wrong once, it was about the qpr game, she said that saints would lose by 2 clear goals or she would not post again! i am glad she stuck to her word as i have not seen her post since. so you are saying that not only was theboooooorer wrong but kenty is as well? next you will be telling me that dominatrix hasnt been stalking bad bill and poopey fans havent raised the money they need to save their club.[/p][/quote]How very dare you...they have an honest club turned bad by evil bond-like-baddies. They are totally innocent in all this and would never ever ever tell porkies. I truely believe they are the bestest bestest fans (tm) in the world...all 9000 of them...(especially the 1800 who have pledged). Baddesley Bill
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10:44pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o
wn up! :O)
Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o wn up! :O) Baddesley Bill
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10:50pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o

wn up! :O)
tut tut
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o wn up! :O)[/p][/quote]tut tut angus mc coatup
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10:53pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

In years to come the glorious 14th will be marked with partying and merriment. Street carnivals and people dressed as skunts.

And Bill and I will say 'we were there on that glorious day'.
In years to come the glorious 14th will be marked with partying and merriment. Street carnivals and people dressed as skunts. And Bill and I will say 'we were there on that glorious day'. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:55pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o

wn up! :O)
Osprey?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o wn up! :O)[/p][/quote]Osprey? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:58pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

big bad bill
You really hate us you really do you cant stand us after you broke your tv when we beat cardiff in cup final 2008 you hated it when we got to final again ! you shitt your self when we got a penalty v Chelsea 2010 and you ran out in the street when we lost you never stopped cheering . you dont remember the saints v pompey game you passed out on our fourth goal we have given you hell ! with our success . Norris last year and more and more and more.
Saints have done nothing for me to get upset you are the big Failure in Football from day 1 The dell and st marys.
big bad bill You really hate us you really do you cant stand us after you broke your tv when we beat cardiff in cup final 2008 you hated it when we got to final again ! you shitt your self when we got a penalty v Chelsea 2010 and you ran out in the street when we lost you never stopped cheering . you dont remember the saints v pompey game you passed out on our fourth goal we have given you hell ! with our success . Norris last year and more and more and more. Saints have done nothing for me to get upset you are the big Failure in Football from day 1 The dell and st marys. bluewhiteandred
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11:01pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

SOUTHAMPTON DO THE TALK ON AND OFF THE FIELD .
ALAS
AND HAVE NOTHING TO SHOW FOR IT !
SOUTHAMPTON DO THE TALK ON AND OFF THE FIELD . ALAS AND HAVE NOTHING TO SHOW FOR IT ! bluewhiteandred
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11:02pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess.

14.12.12
It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess. 14.12.12 Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:03pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Could someone decipher bluewhiteanddeads post for me again please...

...my translater doesn't do skuntish rantish. Cheers.
Could someone decipher bluewhiteanddeads post for me again please... ...my translater doesn't do skuntish rantish. Cheers. Baddesley Bill
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11:08pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

yes
SOUTHAMPTON FC ARE ARMITIGE SHANKS YOUR LADIES TEAM HAVE WON MORE HONOURS THAN YOU !
FACT .
yes SOUTHAMPTON FC ARE ARMITIGE SHANKS YOUR LADIES TEAM HAVE WON MORE HONOURS THAN YOU ! FACT . bluewhiteandred
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11:10pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

...he's really gone off on one hasn't he :O)
...he's really gone off on one hasn't he :O) Baddesley Bill
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11:10pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Could someone decipher bluewhiteanddeads post for me again please...

...my translater doesn't do skuntish rantish. Cheers.
I think It's called talkoutmearseish he's trying to speak,even translated It's a complete load of bo!!ox.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Could someone decipher bluewhiteanddeads post for me again please... ...my translater doesn't do skuntish rantish. Cheers.[/p][/quote]I think It's called talkoutmearseish he's trying to speak,even translated It's a complete load of bo!!ox. angus mc coatup
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11:10pm Mon 26 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

league
Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup
Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup
Runners-up 1979.
Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha
league Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup Runners-up 1979. Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha saintkenny
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11:11pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess.

14.12.12
Yes, it really is rather satisfying to be a fan of a team that hasn't cheated to the tune of many, many millions & is about to be liquidated

I am also really content to support a team that is admired by all football folk for the quality of our play.

I would really not care to be associated with any club that has been in administration 3 times & has still not re-paid a penny & is dropping like a stone through the leagues & has disloyal fans who don't before supporting them in their hour of need.

Oh well, c'est la vie!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess. 14.12.12[/p][/quote]Yes, it really is rather satisfying to be a fan of a team that hasn't cheated to the tune of many, many millions & is about to be liquidated I am also really content to support a team that is admired by all football folk for the quality of our play. I would really not care to be associated with any club that has been in administration 3 times & has still not re-paid a penny & is dropping like a stone through the leagues & has disloyal fans who don't before supporting them in their hour of need. Oh well, c'est la vie! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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11:12pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
...he's really gone off on one hasn't he :O)
Should we call an ambulance?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: ...he's really gone off on one hasn't he :O)[/p][/quote]Should we call an ambulance? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:18pm Mon 26 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

we need a name for the glorious 14th
a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012
my favourite at the moment is


who the fcuk were pompey day
we need a name for the glorious 14th a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012 my favourite at the moment is who the fcuk were pompey day circa 66 saint
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11:21pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
...he's really gone off on one hasn't he :O)
Should we call an ambulance?
Nawww...he'll be ok...Dominatrix is due round to give him some poopey therepy.....ouch! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: ...he's really gone off on one hasn't he :O)[/p][/quote]Should we call an ambulance?[/p][/quote]Nawww...he'll be ok...Dominatrix is due round to give him some poopey therepy.....ouch! :O) Baddesley Bill
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11:22pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
we need a name for the glorious 14th
a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012
my favourite at the moment is


who the fcuk were pompey day
Yep. Nice ring to it.

Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously.



14.12.12
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: we need a name for the glorious 14th a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012 my favourite at the moment is who the fcuk were pompey day[/p][/quote]Yep. Nice ring to it. Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously. 14.12.12 Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:22pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess.

14.12.12
14.12.12 means ?

oh yes
13 days to xmas ? yes that song again

On the 13 day of xmas my true love said to me 2 league championships 2 fa cups And a TRUST just for you and me !
New Fratton End song thanks Saints .
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess. 14.12.12[/p][/quote]14.12.12 means ? oh yes 13 days to xmas ? yes that song again On the 13 day of xmas my true love said to me 2 league championships 2 fa cups And a TRUST just for you and me ! New Fratton End song thanks Saints . bluewhiteandred
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11:24pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

All this is all well and good but .......

....... Lucy Pinder! well I never did (but would).

I know we already have enough up front but if she ever wanted to pull on the red and (pinstriped) white shirt (or take it off, for that matter), I'd be happy for NC to broker a deal.

And with that thought fixed firmly in my trousers, I'm off to bed. Night all.
All this is all well and good but ....... ....... Lucy Pinder! well I never did (but would). I know we already have enough up front but if she ever wanted to pull on the red and (pinstriped) white shirt (or take it off, for that matter), I'd be happy for NC to broker a deal. And with that thought fixed firmly in my trousers, I'm off to bed. Night all. Strasbourg Saint
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11:25pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess.

14.12.12
14.12.12 means ?

oh yes
13 days to xmas ? yes that song again

On the 13 day of xmas my true love said to me 2 league championships 2 fa cups And a TRUST just for you and me !
New Fratton End song thanks Saints .
14.12.12 means ?

oh yes
on the 11 th day to xmas ? yes that song again

On the 11th day of xmas my true love said to me 2 league championships 2 fa cups And a TRUST just for you and me !
New Fratton End song thanks Saints .”
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's nice to be back in the top flight. It's where we belong and have been for the greater part of my life. All teams ulitmately end up where they belong - apart from ex teams of course. Well, even them I guess. 14.12.12[/p][/quote]14.12.12 means ? oh yes 13 days to xmas ? yes that song again On the 13 day of xmas my true love said to me 2 league championships 2 fa cups And a TRUST just for you and me ! New Fratton End song thanks Saints .[/p][/quote]14.12.12 means ? oh yes on the 11 th day to xmas ? yes that song again On the 11th day of xmas my true love said to me 2 league championships 2 fa cups And a TRUST just for you and me ! New Fratton End song thanks Saints .” bluewhiteandred
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11:28pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

And gentlemen in England, now a-bed
Shall think themselves accursed they were not there,
And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
That fought with us upon who thefuck were Pompey day


14.12.12
And gentlemen in England, now a-bed Shall think themselves accursed they were not there, And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks That fought with us upon who thefuck were Pompey day 14.12.12 Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:29pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

he started talking to himself now.
he started talking to himself now. angus mc coatup
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11:31pm Mon 26 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

not seed the dinlo
not seed the dinlo angus mc coatup
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11:32pm Mon 26 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

saintkenny wrote:
league
Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup
Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup
Runners-up 1979.
Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha
nice to see the early successes in the F.A. cups mentioned although at the time SAINTS were a top amateur side yo reach the finals in the early years was no mean feat
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: league Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup Runners-up 1979. Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]nice to see the early successes in the F.A. cups mentioned although at the time SAINTS were a top amateur side yo reach the finals in the early years was no mean feat circa 66 saint
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11:33pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
he started talking to himself now.
He's truly mental.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: he started talking to himself now.[/p][/quote]He's truly mental. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:45pm Mon 26 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

saintkenny wrote:
league
Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup
Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup
Runners-up 1979.
Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha
Only honours that count like pompey

FA CUP WINNERS
1939
1976 POMPEY BOY
2008

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

1948
1949

2010 SAINTS BACK YARD 4-1
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: league Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup Runners-up 1979. Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Only honours that count like pompey FA CUP WINNERS 1939 1976 POMPEY BOY 2008 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1948 1949 2010 SAINTS BACK YARD 4-1 bluewhiteandred
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11:46pm Mon 26 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
we need a name for the glorious 14th
a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012
my favourite at the moment is


who the fcuk were pompey day
Yep. Nice ring to it.

Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously.



14.12.12
yes a terrific bronze bell with a skunt brain as the clapper ( it wouldn't make a lot of noise and would disappear before the end)


oops sorry didn't really think this through
" skunt brain" silly me!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: we need a name for the glorious 14th a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012 my favourite at the moment is who the fcuk were pompey day[/p][/quote]Yep. Nice ring to it. Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously. 14.12.12[/p][/quote]yes a terrific bronze bell with a skunt brain as the clapper ( it wouldn't make a lot of noise and would disappear before the end) oops sorry didn't really think this through " skunt brain" silly me!!!!!!!!!! circa 66 saint
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11:48pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
he started talking to himself now.
He's truly mental.
One of their finest...without doubt.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: he started talking to himself now.[/p][/quote]He's truly mental.[/p][/quote]One of their finest...without doubt. Baddesley Bill
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11:51pm Mon 26 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

st kenny you left out our early tears as the top amateur side and the 6 southern league titles we won from 1897 to 1922
st kenny you left out our early tears as the top amateur side and the 6 southern league titles we won from 1897 to 1922 circa 66 saint
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11:55pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
we need a name for the glorious 14th
a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012
my favourite at the moment is


who the fcuk were pompey day
Yep. Nice ring to it.

Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously.



14.12.12
yes a terrific bronze bell with a skunt brain as the clapper ( it wouldn't make a lot of noise and would disappear before the end)


oops sorry didn't really think this through
" skunt brain" silly me!!!!!!!!!!
Does it boo when you ring it?
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: we need a name for the glorious 14th a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012 my favourite at the moment is who the fcuk were pompey day[/p][/quote]Yep. Nice ring to it. Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously. 14.12.12[/p][/quote]yes a terrific bronze bell with a skunt brain as the clapper ( it wouldn't make a lot of noise and would disappear before the end) oops sorry didn't really think this through " skunt brain" silly me!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Does it boo when you ring it? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:00am Tue 27 Nov 12

circa 66 saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
we need a name for the glorious 14th
a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012
my favourite at the moment is


who the fcuk were pompey day
Yep. Nice ring to it.

Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously.



14.12.12
yes a terrific bronze bell with a skunt brain as the clapper ( it wouldn't make a lot of noise and would disappear before the end)


oops sorry didn't really think this through
" skunt brain" silly me!!!!!!!!!!
Does it boo when you ring it?
mr seed this is the bestest of the bestest T.M.of course it boo's
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: we need a name for the glorious 14th a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012 my favourite at the moment is who the fcuk were pompey day[/p][/quote]Yep. Nice ring to it. Can I have the bell as a souvenir? Without the skunt. Obviously. 14.12.12[/p][/quote]yes a terrific bronze bell with a skunt brain as the clapper ( it wouldn't make a lot of noise and would disappear before the end) oops sorry didn't really think this through " skunt brain" silly me!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Does it boo when you ring it?[/p][/quote]mr seed this is the bestest of the bestest T.M.of course it boo's circa 66 saint
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12:19am Tue 27 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
st kenny you left out our early tears as the top amateur side and the 6 southern league titles we won from 1897 to 1922
thankyou for pointing that out of course
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: st kenny you left out our early tears as the top amateur side and the 6 southern league titles we won from 1897 to 1922[/p][/quote]thankyou for pointing that out of course saintkenny
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12:27am Tue 27 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
league
Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup
Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup
Runners-up 1979.
Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha
Only honours that count like pompey

FA CUP WINNERS
1939
1976 POMPEY BOY
2008

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

1948
1949

2010 SAINTS BACK YARD 4-1
the 2008 you bought 7 years premier you bought .and your still paying admin under 1 under mandaric after facup win 2008 64 million in debt 2nd admin premier league 64 million in debt 3rd admin 61 million in debt .all this counts robbing charities local companys .a tarnished corrupt history nothing to be proud of .and getting its deserved punishment.brought to the fore in 14/12/2012 finished
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: league Division 1 - Runners-up 1983-84; Division 2 - Runners-up 1965-66, 1977-78; Division 3 (S) - Champions 1921-22; Runners-up 1920-21; Division 3 - Champions 1959-60. facup Winners 1976; Runners-up 1900, 1902, 2003.league cup Runners-up 1979. Zenith Data Systems Cup: Runners-up 1992.uefa cup 1971 1972 1982 1983 1984 2003 cup winners cup 1977 jpt winners 2010 1st div 1978 to 1991 premier league founder members to 2005 2012 and more to come .loads of success and memories all achieved without cheating status ,have we won nothing .ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Only honours that count like pompey FA CUP WINNERS 1939 1976 POMPEY BOY 2008 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1948 1949 2010 SAINTS BACK YARD 4-1[/p][/quote]the 2008 you bought 7 years premier you bought .and your still paying admin under 1 under mandaric after facup win 2008 64 million in debt 2nd admin premier league 64 million in debt 3rd admin 61 million in debt .all this counts robbing charities local companys .a tarnished corrupt history nothing to be proud of .and getting its deserved punishment.brought to the fore in 14/12/2012 finished saintkenny
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1:30am Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Oh dear, bluewhiteand inbred is a bit selective with his history, how about largest victories between the two sides
Saints 5 - Pompey 1
(FA Cup, 13 Jan 1906)
Saints 5 - Pompey 1
(11 Sept 1920)
Saints 5 - Pompey 1
(27 Aug 1960)
Saints 4 - Pompey 0
(17 April 1975)

Ooops! seems we have all top four spots


STID
Oh dear, bluewhiteand inbred is a bit selective with his history, how about largest victories between the two sides Saints 5 - Pompey 1 (FA Cup, 13 Jan 1906) Saints 5 - Pompey 1 (11 Sept 1920) Saints 5 - Pompey 1 (27 Aug 1960) Saints 4 - Pompey 0 (17 April 1975) Ooops! seems we have all top four spots STID st1halo
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1:47am Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

slugger wrote:
at the end of the day that was the best performance iv'e seen from saints this season , if a few can still find negatives than that's their problem !
I second that, I don't see how anyone could fail to be impressed.
The lads (let's not forget the youngest team in the PL) took the game by the scruff of the neck and dominated (just like at QPR), they showed no sign of letting up until the final whistle. Nobody (not even NA) is suggesting this is the finished article but who can doubt they are rising to the challenge. I for one am very proud of that performance.

STID
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: at the end of the day that was the best performance iv'e seen from saints this season , if a few can still find negatives than that's their problem ![/p][/quote]I second that, I don't see how anyone could fail to be impressed. The lads (let's not forget the youngest team in the PL) took the game by the scruff of the neck and dominated (just like at QPR), they showed no sign of letting up until the final whistle. Nobody (not even NA) is suggesting this is the finished article but who can doubt they are rising to the challenge. I for one am very proud of that performance. STID st1halo
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2:16am Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
we need a name for the glorious 14th
a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012
my favourite at the moment is


who the fcuk were pompey day
I loike it!!!!

How about
Blueaway day
Black'n'blue day
Pompey D-Day (as in Death day)

We should speak to the council and have a street named after it - Skates End, stick a load of inbred chavs in there and make a tv soap called Skates enders!

We could have something flamboyant like The Great Wednesday or something hard hitting like Flatten Fratton Day.

One thing is for sure, just as we light bonfires on Nov 5 as a tribute to Guy Fawkes, on Dec 14 we must fry fish!

We need to find out who the judges are and if they make the right decision, recommend them for the Freedom of Southampton, knighthoods, if not future royalty!

Oh... there's a knock at the door ................ there's some guys standing outside dressed in red with pike staffs and EIIR across their chests... I'd better go and see what they want!

STID
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: we need a name for the glorious 14th a name that will go down in history, a name that sums up the momentous event that will happen on 14/12/2012 my favourite at the moment is who the fcuk were pompey day[/p][/quote]I loike it!!!! How about Blueaway day Black'n'blue day Pompey D-Day (as in Death day) We should speak to the council and have a street named after it - Skates End, stick a load of inbred chavs in there and make a tv soap called Skates enders! We could have something flamboyant like The Great Wednesday or something hard hitting like Flatten Fratton Day. One thing is for sure, just as we light bonfires on Nov 5 as a tribute to Guy Fawkes, on Dec 14 we must fry fish! We need to find out who the judges are and if they make the right decision, recommend them for the Freedom of Southampton, knighthoods, if not future royalty! Oh... there's a knock at the door ................ there's some guys standing outside dressed in red with pike staffs and EIIR across their chests... I'd better go and see what they want! STID st1halo
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2:21am Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

And God Save the Queen!


Sorry ma'am


STID
And God Save the Queen! Sorry ma'am STID st1halo
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4:41am Tue 27 Nov 12

Tirau Dan says...

The Saints of old were always a bit rough and physical at the back quick on the flanks and relied on a regimental cross and bang. Then came some magical midfield holding and creating. I honestly believe we are in for a treat in the new era.. The lads are passing the ball quickly, with fluidity and deft skill. They are young, fit and full of promise. As the lads get even more confident and accurate they will become devastating as their silky one touch moves end only with the ball in the back of the net.

The Saints are coming.
The Saints of old were always a bit rough and physical at the back quick on the flanks and relied on a regimental cross and bang. Then came some magical midfield holding and creating. I honestly believe we are in for a treat in the new era.. The lads are passing the ball quickly, with fluidity and deft skill. They are young, fit and full of promise. As the lads get even more confident and accurate they will become devastating as their silky one touch moves end only with the ball in the back of the net. The Saints are coming. Tirau Dan
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8:14am Tue 27 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o


wn up! :O)
Osprey?
Not me guv. try St Kenny or likewatchingbrazil, st1halo e.t.c.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o wn up! :O)[/p][/quote]Osprey?[/p][/quote]Not me guv. try St Kenny or likewatchingbrazil, st1halo e.t.c. OSPREYSAINT
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8:28am Tue 27 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

I predict that we will be back in to the bottom three after tonights games.
I predict that we will be back in to the bottom three after tonights games. OSPREYSAINT
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8:30am Tue 27 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Best results would be Villa v Reading a draw, and QPR a win at Sunderland.
Best results would be Villa v Reading a draw, and QPR a win at Sunderland. OSPREYSAINT
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8:54am Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Best results would be Villa v Reading a draw, and QPR a win at Sunderland.
No matter, Osprey, we will be 14th just 24 hours later.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Best results would be Villa v Reading a draw, and QPR a win at Sunderland.[/p][/quote]No matter, Osprey, we will be 14th just 24 hours later. Strasbourg Saint
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11:50am Tue 27 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

worried of n e hampshire wrote:
now they are closing the shipyard in skatesville, what a sad depressing plaice! (O thats a fish!)
The only thing you'll see docked at Portsmouth in future is another 10 points.
[quote][p][bold]worried of n e hampshire[/bold] wrote: now they are closing the shipyard in skatesville, what a sad depressing plaice! (O thats a fish!)[/p][/quote]The only thing you'll see docked at Portsmouth in future is another 10 points. SaintJD
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12:44pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o



wn up! :O)
Osprey?
Not me guv. try St Kenny or likewatchingbrazil, st1halo e.t.c.
Certainly not moi!
I've stuck to the 'never quote them' principle since it came into being. Only indirect retorts from me

STID
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o wn up! :O)[/p][/quote]Osprey?[/p][/quote]Not me guv. try St Kenny or likewatchingbrazil, st1halo e.t.c.[/p][/quote]Certainly not moi! I've stuck to the 'never quote them' principle since it came into being. Only indirect retorts from me STID st1halo
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12:45pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o



wn up! :O)
Osprey?
Not me guv. try St Kenny or likewatchingbrazil, st1halo e.t.c.
Certainly not moi!
I've stuck to the 'never quote them' principle since it came into being. Only indirect retorts from me

STID
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Ok...who was the last person to respond to bluewhiteanddead...o wn up! :O)[/p][/quote]Osprey?[/p][/quote]Not me guv. try St Kenny or likewatchingbrazil, st1halo e.t.c.[/p][/quote]Certainly not moi! I've stuck to the 'never quote them' principle since it came into being. Only indirect retorts from me STID st1halo
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2:54pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Beer Monster says...

st1halo wrote:
slugger wrote:
at the end of the day that was the best performance iv'e seen from saints this season , if a few can still find negatives than that's their problem !
I second that, I don't see how anyone could fail to be impressed.
The lads (let's not forget the youngest team in the PL) took the game by the scruff of the neck and dominated (just like at QPR), they showed no sign of letting up until the final whistle. Nobody (not even NA) is suggesting this is the finished article but who can doubt they are rising to the challenge. I for one am very proud of that performance.

STID
Third, streamed it at home and could see that every player put tremendous effort in...

Proud to be a Saints fan in Edinburgh :-)
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: at the end of the day that was the best performance iv'e seen from saints this season , if a few can still find negatives than that's their problem ![/p][/quote]I second that, I don't see how anyone could fail to be impressed. The lads (let's not forget the youngest team in the PL) took the game by the scruff of the neck and dominated (just like at QPR), they showed no sign of letting up until the final whistle. Nobody (not even NA) is suggesting this is the finished article but who can doubt they are rising to the challenge. I for one am very proud of that performance. STID[/p][/quote]Third, streamed it at home and could see that every player put tremendous effort in... Proud to be a Saints fan in Edinburgh :-) Beer Monster
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4:01pm Tue 27 Nov 12

WalthamSaint says...

kent141 wrote:
£12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Haha - what would you Skates give for £12m eh ? Especially now you're all £1000 worse off (all 5 of you that is) and you're going to lose your money when you still go bust. Sha la la la la
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Haha - what would you Skates give for £12m eh ? Especially now you're all £1000 worse off (all 5 of you that is) and you're going to lose your money when you still go bust. Sha la la la la WalthamSaint
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4:50pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Clever Dick says...

I find it quite amusing reading some of our own fans comments about players. Why do some people go to games when they clearly don't have a clue? I was at the Newcastle game (STH) and EVERYBODY had a good game. Gaston is a different class and is clearly worth 12 times the amount of POOPEY. He laid on one very unselfishly and was in the right spot to take the second. On other threads I have read that Maya and Clyne are not up to Prem. standards. Both have been outstanding for us and are continuing to improve. Clyne in particular must be one of the buys of the season. Solid in defence and great going forward. Spiderman and Cork have come in for some criticism too. They are doing the job they were put there to do. Sometimes that can go unnoticed. Considering Cork has had a layoff he has been totally outstanding in every game. Fonte has stepped up to the plate and so has Punch too. And I never thought I would say that. All in all we are definitely much better than our league position and points tally would suggest. Roll on Wednesday and another great performance.
PS Thinking about it every one of our players individually are worth more than SKUNTSmouth FC.
I find it quite amusing reading some of our own fans comments about players. Why do some people go to games when they clearly don't have a clue? I was at the Newcastle game (STH) and EVERYBODY had a good game. Gaston is a different class and is clearly worth 12 times the amount of POOPEY. He laid on one very unselfishly and was in the right spot to take the second. On other threads I have read that Maya and Clyne are not up to Prem. standards. Both have been outstanding for us and are continuing to improve. Clyne in particular must be one of the buys of the season. Solid in defence and great going forward. Spiderman and Cork have come in for some criticism too. They are doing the job they were put there to do. Sometimes that can go unnoticed. Considering Cork has had a layoff he has been totally outstanding in every game. Fonte has stepped up to the plate and so has Punch too. And I never thought I would say that. All in all we are definitely much better than our league position and points tally would suggest. Roll on Wednesday and another great performance. PS Thinking about it every one of our players individually are worth more than SKUNTSmouth FC. Clever Dick
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6:53pm Tue 27 Nov 12

City Saint says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
kent141 wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.
Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one !
If it was up to me: yes.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: £12m for that.......you are having a laugh Tangoface.[/p][/quote]Hello Saints FANS well done to your team and nigel for a great win , i have changed my tune i come in peace i was thinking last night about the great derby games we have had and also would it be possible if we lose the court case could we rent Saint marys for our home games as i live nearer to st marys it would be quite more convinient to me and the money from pompey games would help you sign more ramirez s and help us until we sort out a new ho me . what do you think YES or NO ps HAVANT AND WATERLOOVILLE fc does not hold 10000 + just save you from that one ![/p][/quote]If it was up to me: yes. City Saint
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7:05pm Tue 27 Nov 12

City Saint says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
GX Saint wrote: Chris Hughton has tried to steal a march by welcoming Mark Clattenburg back into the fold after a month out. NA will doubtles say something too. The game's not on TV live and Clattenburg's going to want a very low key occasion with no contentious decisions or massive talking point incidents. He will want to slip into town, ref the game, slip away. And the best way to ensure a quiet evening is not to be anti-the home side. So I expect him to be a refreshing contrast to the muppets we had officiating on Sunday. He'll probably think 2-1's got a nice ring to it. I'd take that now, so long as it's a decent goal against Gazza. The more times I see that save from yesterday the more it reminds me of Banks in 1970 - he had no right to get over and down so quickly. So I'd happily sacrifice a 2nd clean sheet for the 3 points. OK Mark?
I agree, the save is probably the best I have ever seen. I also agree with your view on the Banks save. Saw that one on telly, yesterdays was in the flesh and incredible. The whole of the Chapel were on their feet with that one. What confidence that will give the keeper and his defence. Yesterday the referee was appaling so were his little helpers. They were waving their flags in any direction the ref wanted it. They were like demented railway signallers. Lets hope the ref on Wednesday manages to leave his cards in the dressing room,the colours on them are fading because of the the amount of time he puts them into the daylight. COYS
Many of us in the kingsland gave that save a standing ovation. And you know it takes a lot for us oldies to get out of our seats.
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: Chris Hughton has tried to steal a march by welcoming Mark Clattenburg back into the fold after a month out. NA will doubtles say something too. The game's not on TV live and Clattenburg's going to want a very low key occasion with no contentious decisions or massive talking point incidents. He will want to slip into town, ref the game, slip away. And the best way to ensure a quiet evening is not to be anti-the home side. So I expect him to be a refreshing contrast to the muppets we had officiating on Sunday. He'll probably think 2-1's got a nice ring to it. I'd take that now, so long as it's a decent goal against Gazza. The more times I see that save from yesterday the more it reminds me of Banks in 1970 - he had no right to get over and down so quickly. So I'd happily sacrifice a 2nd clean sheet for the 3 points. OK Mark?[/p][/quote]I agree, the save is probably the best I have ever seen. I also agree with your view on the Banks save. Saw that one on telly, yesterdays was in the flesh and incredible. The whole of the Chapel were on their feet with that one. What confidence that will give the keeper and his defence. Yesterday the referee was appaling so were his little helpers. They were waving their flags in any direction the ref wanted it. They were like demented railway signallers. Lets hope the ref on Wednesday manages to leave his cards in the dressing room,the colours on them are fading because of the the amount of time he puts them into the daylight. COYS[/p][/quote]Many of us in the kingsland gave that save a standing ovation. And you know it takes a lot for us oldies to get out of our seats. City Saint
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7:18pm Tue 27 Nov 12

City Saint says...

saintsupnorth wrote:
Think now things are coming together, it was not a case of giving NA the time to get results. but giving the squad time to adjust to changes. NA said he would not bow down to pressure and start playing differently and even i admit i was not 100% confident with that. But boy he is proving everyone wrong now. Big difference for me is Shaw who has really come in with passion and fight, Cork making the difference we needed in Midfield. And Remirez who is just outstanding for us, not only as an individual but how he slots in with the team. My only worry, come next season think alot of our players will have bids for them. Puncheon, Lallana, Cork, Shaw, Lambert, schneiderlin, Lambert, Remirez Think teams will be coming for them soon, just hope we can get them to commit to Saints long term. Remirez worries me more, cause he came to Saints for the money, so if a big team come in and offer him more is he gonna be loyal and stay or go because of the money?.
The only bid to worry about next season, if we survive, is Adkins.
[quote][p][bold]saintsupnorth[/bold] wrote: Think now things are coming together, it was not a case of giving NA the time to get results. but giving the squad time to adjust to changes. NA said he would not bow down to pressure and start playing differently and even i admit i was not 100% confident with that. But boy he is proving everyone wrong now. Big difference for me is Shaw who has really come in with passion and fight, Cork making the difference we needed in Midfield. And Remirez who is just outstanding for us, not only as an individual but how he slots in with the team. My only worry, come next season think alot of our players will have bids for them. Puncheon, Lallana, Cork, Shaw, Lambert, schneiderlin, Lambert, Remirez Think teams will be coming for them soon, just hope we can get them to commit to Saints long term. Remirez worries me more, cause he came to Saints for the money, so if a big team come in and offer him more is he gonna be loyal and stay or go because of the money?.[/p][/quote]The only bid to worry about next season, if we survive, is Adkins. City Saint
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7:25pm Tue 27 Nov 12

City Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
I predict that we will be back in to the bottom three after tonights games.
You, sir, are well dodgy.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: I predict that we will be back in to the bottom three after tonights games.[/p][/quote]You, sir, are well dodgy. City Saint
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8:28pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Clever Dick wrote:
I find it quite amusing reading some of our own fans comments about players. Why do some people go to games when they clearly don't have a clue? I was at the Newcastle game (STH) and EVERYBODY had a good game. Gaston is a different class and is clearly worth 12 times the amount of POOPEY. He laid on one very unselfishly and was in the right spot to take the second. On other threads I have read that Maya and Clyne are not up to Prem. standards. Both have been outstanding for us and are continuing to improve. Clyne in particular must be one of the buys of the season. Solid in defence and great going forward. Spiderman and Cork have come in for some criticism too. They are doing the job they were put there to do. Sometimes that can go unnoticed. Considering Cork has had a layoff he has been totally outstanding in every game. Fonte has stepped up to the plate and so has Punch too. And I never thought I would say that. All in all we are definitely much better than our league position and points tally would suggest. Roll on Wednesday and another great performance.
PS Thinking about it every one of our players individually are worth more than SKUNTSmouth FC.
Great comments - Couldn't agree more!
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: I find it quite amusing reading some of our own fans comments about players. Why do some people go to games when they clearly don't have a clue? I was at the Newcastle game (STH) and EVERYBODY had a good game. Gaston is a different class and is clearly worth 12 times the amount of POOPEY. He laid on one very unselfishly and was in the right spot to take the second. On other threads I have read that Maya and Clyne are not up to Prem. standards. Both have been outstanding for us and are continuing to improve. Clyne in particular must be one of the buys of the season. Solid in defence and great going forward. Spiderman and Cork have come in for some criticism too. They are doing the job they were put there to do. Sometimes that can go unnoticed. Considering Cork has had a layoff he has been totally outstanding in every game. Fonte has stepped up to the plate and so has Punch too. And I never thought I would say that. All in all we are definitely much better than our league position and points tally would suggest. Roll on Wednesday and another great performance. PS Thinking about it every one of our players individually are worth more than SKUNTSmouth FC.[/p][/quote]Great comments - Couldn't agree more! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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11:44pm Tue 27 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
I find it quite amusing reading some of our own fans comments about players. Why do some people go to games when they clearly don't have a clue? I was at the Newcastle game (STH) and EVERYBODY had a good game. Gaston is a different class and is clearly worth 12 times the amount of POOPEY. He laid on one very unselfishly and was in the right spot to take the second. On other threads I have read that Maya and Clyne are not up to Prem. standards. Both have been outstanding for us and are continuing to improve. Clyne in particular must be one of the buys of the season. Solid in defence and great going forward. Spiderman and Cork have come in for some criticism too. They are doing the job they were put there to do. Sometimes that can go unnoticed. Considering Cork has had a layoff he has been totally outstanding in every game. Fonte has stepped up to the plate and so has Punch too. And I never thought I would say that. All in all we are definitely much better than our league position and points tally would suggest. Roll on Wednesday and another great performance.
PS Thinking about it every one of our players individually are worth more than SKUNTSmouth FC.
Great comments - Couldn't agree more!
your players only hold their value in premiersip you will lose all of them when you get relegated two wins and still in bottom three ! well done villa
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: I find it quite amusing reading some of our own fans comments about players. Why do some people go to games when they clearly don't have a clue? I was at the Newcastle game (STH) and EVERYBODY had a good game. Gaston is a different class and is clearly worth 12 times the amount of POOPEY. He laid on one very unselfishly and was in the right spot to take the second. On other threads I have read that Maya and Clyne are not up to Prem. standards. Both have been outstanding for us and are continuing to improve. Clyne in particular must be one of the buys of the season. Solid in defence and great going forward. Spiderman and Cork have come in for some criticism too. They are doing the job they were put there to do. Sometimes that can go unnoticed. Considering Cork has had a layoff he has been totally outstanding in every game. Fonte has stepped up to the plate and so has Punch too. And I never thought I would say that. All in all we are definitely much better than our league position and points tally would suggest. Roll on Wednesday and another great performance. PS Thinking about it every one of our players individually are worth more than SKUNTSmouth FC.[/p][/quote]Great comments - Couldn't agree more![/p][/quote]your players only hold their value in premiersip you will lose all of them when you get relegated two wins and still in bottom three ! well done villa bluewhiteandred
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11:51pm Tue 27 Nov 12

bluewhiteandred says...

st1halo wrote:
Oh dear, bluewhiteand inbred is a bit selective with his history, how about largest victories between the two sides
Saints 5 - Pompey 1
(FA Cup, 13 Jan 1906)
Saints 5 - Pompey 1
(11 Sept 1920)
Saints 5 - Pompey 1
(27 Aug 1960)
Saints 4 - Pompey 0
(17 April 1975)

Ooops! seems we have all top four spots


STID
Never went to these bit before my time ! you must have letter from queen .
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: Oh dear, bluewhiteand inbred is a bit selective with his history, how about largest victories between the two sides Saints 5 - Pompey 1 (FA Cup, 13 Jan 1906) Saints 5 - Pompey 1 (11 Sept 1920) Saints 5 - Pompey 1 (27 Aug 1960) Saints 4 - Pompey 0 (17 April 1975) Ooops! seems we have all top four spots STID[/p][/quote]Never went to these bit before my time ! you must have letter from queen . bluewhiteandred
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8:15am Wed 28 Nov 12

Clever Dick says...

Skunt alert!!! It's so easy this fishing lark isn't it. Just dangle a worm and a SKUNT takes the bait. Best to kill them and throw them back as they taste so disgusting.
Skunt alert!!! It's so easy this fishing lark isn't it. Just dangle a worm and a SKUNT takes the bait. Best to kill them and throw them back as they taste so disgusting. Clever Dick
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