Strike duo to be reunited at St Mary's

Strike duo to be reunited at St Mary's

Rickie Lambert

Grant Holt

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

They were once teammates in League Two, but Rickie Lambert and Grant Holt will be up against each other in the Premier League tomorrow night when Norwich visit Saints.

Lambert and Holt struck up a memorable partnership earlier in their careers when they were together at Rochdale.

Steve Parkin was their manager at the time, bringing the forwards to Spotland for a combined total of £30,000.

The Bradford assistant boss will look on with pride tomorrow as Lambert and Holt, whose respective values have rocketed since their days together in the fourth tier, face each other for the first time in the top flight.

“No one is prouder than me to see what they have accomplished, and the way in which they have done it,” said Parkin.

“I am really pleased for them both, and they are really good lads as well.

“Sometimes they have dragged teams along with the ability they have got, and it is really nice for them to have made it to the top. They both deserve it.”

Parkin signed Holt in January 2004, then added Lambert just over a year later.

The pair were teammates for only 11 months, but scored 36 times between them in that period, before Nottingham Forest moved for Holt and Bristol Rovers signed Lambert.

“Grant had been in and out of the Sheffield Wednesday team. I had seen him in a couple of reserve games and thought he was a handful, to say the least,” said Parkin, recalling how he came across the two centre forwards that are expected to lead the lines for Norwich and Saints tomorrow.

“A little bit later, there was a change of manager at Stockport. Chris Turner went in there and Rickie was available.

“He had been playing as a midfielder most of his career, but I saw him as an ideal partner to Grant.”

Lambert, who had just turned 23 when he joined Rochdale, has previously credit Parkin for having “transformed” his career, as a result of converting him from a midfield player into a striker.

The 47-year-old added: “I’m very proud I had the opportunity to work with both of them, and also proud that I shoved Rickie up top, rather than playing him as a midfielder.”

As well as altering his position on the pitch, Parkin encouraged Lambert to make important changes off it.

“He wasn’t lazy, but he was such a gifted footballer that he found the physical side – the running side – quite difficult,” he said.

“We had to get the message across that, while he was never going to be a box-to-box player, the game was changing and players were getting fitter, and that’s what he had to do.

“He had to restrain himself from having a beer or two too often, and make sure that he ate properly. He also had to bring his physical stature up to speed, and he did exactly that.

“He changed his mentality, in terms of how he looked after himself.”

Parkin described both players as being “very different” when he had them at Rochdale, with Holt being more powerful and direct, while Lambert was a better technical player.

They were also opposite characters in terms of personality.

“Grant is obviously very outgoing and can be very loud on and off the pitch,” he said.

“Rickie, on the other hand, was quiet and unassuming for a man of his size.

“But both of them were really nice lads. They were good mates, and they developed a friendship. Even though they were different personalities, they got on very well on and off the pitch.”

There was one thing, however, that they had very much in common.

“They both have an unbelievable desire to score goals,” said Parkin.

“That’s given them the edge to get every ounce of ability out of their careers.

“As a manager or a coach, you are always looking for players to fulfil their potential, and squeeze every ounce out that they have got.

“They have both done that, and got right to the very top because of it.

“I would be lying if I said I thought they would both definitely play in the Premier League.

“I thought the Championship definitely was within the realms of their ability.

“But for those two to push themselves and their clubs – which they have done with their goals – to that level is absolutely fantastic.”

Holt, now 31, scored 15 Premier League goals for the Canaries last season and has converted three this term, while 30-year-old Lambert is Saints’ top scorer with five.

Parkin is proud of the role he played in the journeys of both players to the top flight, but insists it is the two players themselves who really deserve the credit for elevating themselves to that level.

“I’m delighted that I played a little part in their careers, and thrilled that they fulfilled their potential,” he said. “I’m sure they know I’m really delighted for them.

“They might have had a little help from me and a lot of other managers and coaches, but it is their own determination that has got them where they are now.”

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8:16am Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt
I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt GX Saint
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8:16am Tue 27 Nov 12

Matt Allen says...

Come on Ricky you can get some more goals to your name!
Come on Ricky you can get some more goals to your name! Matt Allen
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8:20am Tue 27 Nov 12

justaSaintsfan says...

Congratulations for showing what they are capable of to both Rickie Lambert and Grant Holt.

The potential of Rickie Lambert and of Saints is now starting to show. Things will most definitely get better. Have faith and keep right on supporting them!
Congratulations for showing what they are capable of to both Rickie Lambert and Grant Holt. The potential of Rickie Lambert and of Saints is now starting to show. Things will most definitely get better. Have faith and keep right on supporting them! justaSaintsfan
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8:22am Tue 27 Nov 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Assuming that Rickie is fit of course, he took quite a nasty knock on Sunday, they may keep him out to be fit for Saturday. JRod can do a good job if needed.
Assuming that Rickie is fit of course, he took quite a nasty knock on Sunday, they may keep him out to be fit for Saturday. JRod can do a good job if needed. OSPREYSAINT
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8:45am Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Tough decision for Nigel. Do you stick with the old adage don't change a winning side or do you say three games in six days is why we have a squad?
Tough decision for Nigel. Do you stick with the old adage don't change a winning side or do you say three games in six days is why we have a squad? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:52am Tue 27 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

I think Nigel's tendency is to stick with a winning team, unless he's got 'key' players coming back from injury or suspension.
I think Nigel's tendency is to stick with a winning team, unless he's got 'key' players coming back from injury or suspension. Rising_Son
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9:16am Tue 27 Nov 12

up saints says...

i expect same starting line up if all fit norwich have had an extra 24hrs to recover but 2 away trips think i would take the less traveling any day off he week.
i expect same starting line up if all fit norwich have had an extra 24hrs to recover but 2 away trips think i would take the less traveling any day off he week. up saints
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9:19am Tue 27 Nov 12

City Saint says...

Tricky choice here. But I wouldn't be surprised to see jay rod get the nod ahead of lambert, to rest him for the weekend when we will need him to get anything from liverpool.

Also I'd expect to see jwp get picked ahead of spiderman, and maybe even fox ahead of shaw, for the same reasons.
Tricky choice here. But I wouldn't be surprised to see jay rod get the nod ahead of lambert, to rest him for the weekend when we will need him to get anything from liverpool. Also I'd expect to see jwp get picked ahead of spiderman, and maybe even fox ahead of shaw, for the same reasons. City Saint
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9:20am Tue 27 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..
Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys.. kent141
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9:21am Tue 27 Nov 12

Puddletown Saint says...

Think Jay will start - Rickie wont be risked before the Liverpool game. 3-1 to the Saints Jay Adam Punch

Roll on Wednesday
Think Jay will start - Rickie wont be risked before the Liverpool game. 3-1 to the Saints Jay Adam Punch Roll on Wednesday Puddletown Saint
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9:29am Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Tough decision for Nigel. Do you stick with the old adage don't change a winning side or do you say three games in six days is why we have a squad?
Or do you stop typing nonsense, put the keyboard down,and get on with some actual work! Quite the dilemma!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Tough decision for Nigel. Do you stick with the old adage don't change a winning side or do you say three games in six days is why we have a squad?[/p][/quote]Or do you stop typing nonsense, put the keyboard down,and get on with some actual work! Quite the dilemma! Bring back Branfoot
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9:29am Tue 27 Nov 12

billythesaint says...

Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday. billythesaint
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9:29am Tue 27 Nov 12

billythesaint says...

Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday. billythesaint
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9:31am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Southampton

On 10 August 2009, with a total of 155 appearances and 59 goals for Bristol Rovers, Lambert completed a move worth in excess of £1 million to recently-relegated League One club Southampton. The striker scored on his debut for The Saints against Northampton Town on 11 August 2009, and went on to become the club's top scorer for that season with 36 in all competitions. Other notable goals scored by Lambert during the season include one against local rivals Portsmouth in the FA Cup Fifth Round South Coast derby on 13 February 2010, a hat-trick against Milton Keynes Dons in the league on 20 March 2010, and a penalty against Carlisle United in the 4–1 League Trophy Final win at Wembley on 28 March 2010. Following a season in which he performed statistically similarly to his last with Bristol Rovers, Lambert was again named in the PFA Team of the Year for League One, as well as winning the PFA Fans' Player of the Year award for the division.

He finished his debut season with Southampton with a total of 36 goals in all competitions, in addition to the goal he scored for Bristol Rovers in the opening match of the season. With 31 League goals, Lambert was the top scorer in English football's top four divisions for the second season in succession.

He scored his 50th goal for Southampton in a 1–0 victory over Carlisle United on 12 February 2011. He finished the 2010–11 season as the club's top scorer with 21 goals, as they finished second in the league. On 1 July 2011, Lambert signed a new deal to keep him at the club until 2014.

He scored his first goal of the 2011–12 season with a 25-yard free kick in a 4–1 victory over Torquay United in the League Cup on 9 August. He followed this with a brace in a 5–2 victory at Ipswich Town. He scored a hat-trick against Nottingham Forest which Southampton won the match 3-2. His 100th league appearance came in a 4–0 victory over Watford, with Lambert netting two penalties. He scored another hat-trick in a 3–0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion, two of which came from the penalty spot. His 15th and 16th goals of the season came in a 2–2 draw at home to Blackpool, the opener and a late leveller. He scored in a 1–1 draw with south coast rivals Portsmouth. After sitting out for 3 games after receiving a red card, he made his comeback with a goal in a 1–1 draw at Millwall in the FA Cup. His first league goal after his suspension was in the very next match and came from the penalty spot in a 1-1 draw against promotion hopefuls Cardiff City. His 20th goal of the season came in the FA Cup replay against Millwall. He scored his third hat-trick of the season in a 3-0 victory at Watford on 25 February. He continued his impressive first season in the second tier with a thunderous volley against Leeds United at Elland Road on 3 March, which took his tally for the 2011–12 season to 24 in all competitions.

On 13 March 2012, Lambert was named the Championship Player of the Year for 2011. He scored his fourth hat-trick of the season in a 3–2 victory at Millwall. While at Southampton, Lambert has not yet missed a penalty; giving him a 100% conversion rate. He scored both goals in a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace to bring his goal tally to 30 for the season. He was then named in the 2011-12 PFA Championship Team of the Year, along with team mates Adam Lallana and Kelvin Davis. He finished the season with 31 goals, 27 in the league, as Saints clinched promotion to the Premier League, earning him the Southampton Fans' Player of the Season award for the second time in three years.

He scored on his first ever Premier League appearance, scoring just minutes after replacing Jay Rodriguez as a substitute against Manchester City. This goal meant that Lambert joined a select group of players who have scored in all 4 League divisions.

He followed this up with the opening goal in a game against Manchester United.

He later grabbed two goals in Southampton's first league win of the season, a 4-1 victory over Aston Villa.
He's currently on 5 goals in the PL.......not bad for a lumbering lump....Ssshhhuuusss
hhh
Southampton On 10 August 2009, with a total of 155 appearances and 59 goals for Bristol Rovers, Lambert completed a move worth in excess of £1 million to recently-relegated League One club Southampton.[36] The striker scored on his debut for The Saints against Northampton Town on 11 August 2009,[37] and went on to become the club's top scorer for that season with 36 in all competitions.[38] Other notable goals scored by Lambert during the season include one against local rivals Portsmouth in the FA Cup Fifth Round South Coast derby on 13 February 2010,[39] a hat-trick against Milton Keynes Dons in the league on 20 March 2010,[40] and a penalty against Carlisle United in the 4–1 League Trophy Final win at Wembley on 28 March 2010.[41] Following a season in which he performed statistically similarly to his last with Bristol Rovers, Lambert was again named in the PFA Team of the Year for League One, as well as winning the PFA Fans' Player of the Year award for the division.[42] He finished his debut season with Southampton with a total of 36 goals in all competitions, in addition to the goal he scored for Bristol Rovers in the opening match of the season.[43] With 31 League goals, Lambert was the top scorer in English football's top four divisions for the second season in succession.[citation needed] He scored his 50th goal for Southampton in a 1–0 victory over Carlisle United on 12 February 2011.[44] He finished the 2010–11 season as the club's top scorer with 21 goals, as they finished second in the league. On 1 July 2011, Lambert signed a new deal to keep him at the club until 2014.[45] He scored his first goal of the 2011–12 season with a 25-yard free kick in a 4–1 victory over Torquay United in the League Cup on 9 August.[46] He followed this with a brace in a 5–2 victory at Ipswich Town. He scored a hat-trick against Nottingham Forest which Southampton won the match 3-2.[47] His 100th league appearance came in a 4–0 victory over Watford, with Lambert netting two penalties. He scored another hat-trick in a 3–0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion, two of which came from the penalty spot. His 15th and 16th goals of the season came in a 2–2 draw at home to Blackpool, the opener and a late leveller. He scored in a 1–1 draw with south coast rivals Portsmouth. After sitting out for 3 games after receiving a red card, he made his comeback with a goal in a 1–1 draw at Millwall in the FA Cup. His first league goal after his suspension was in the very next match and came from the penalty spot in a 1-1 draw against promotion hopefuls Cardiff City. His 20th goal of the season came in the FA Cup replay against Millwall. He scored his third hat-trick of the season in a 3-0 victory at Watford on 25 February.[48] He continued his impressive first season in the second tier with a thunderous volley against Leeds United at Elland Road on 3 March,[49] which took his tally for the 2011–12 season to 24 in all competitions.[50] On 13 March 2012, Lambert was named the Championship Player of the Year for 2011.[51] He scored his fourth hat-trick of the season in a 3–2 victory at Millwall. While at Southampton, Lambert has not yet missed a penalty; giving him a 100% conversion rate. He scored both goals in a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace to bring his goal tally to 30 for the season. He was then named in the 2011-12 PFA Championship Team of the Year, along with team mates Adam Lallana and Kelvin Davis. He finished the season with 31 goals, 27 in the league, as Saints clinched promotion to the Premier League, earning him the Southampton Fans' Player of the Season award for the second time in three years.[52] He scored on his first ever Premier League appearance, scoring just minutes after replacing Jay Rodriguez as a substitute against Manchester City. This goal meant that Lambert joined a select group of players who have scored in all 4 League divisions. He followed this up with the opening goal in a game against Manchester United. He later grabbed two goals in Southampton's first league win of the season, a 4-1 victory over Aston Villa. He's currently on 5 goals in the PL.......not bad for a lumbering lump....Ssshhhuuusss hhh seventh-junction
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9:33am Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Well fcuk my hat, I didn't know that.

That was actually a genuinely interesting article. WELL DONE EVERYBODY.
Well fcuk my hat, I didn't know that. That was actually a genuinely interesting article. WELL DONE EVERYBODY. St Retford
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9:37am Tue 27 Nov 12

kent141 says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
Jog on silly billy...
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]Jog on silly billy... kent141
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9:39am Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I think yesterday your language was drifting towards the arena of homophobia, which is why some people might have taken offence.

Agree with you 100% about Markus and Nicola though.

O, and I'm glad to see that racist Norwich fan hasn't come back. If you've banned him, Echo, then double well done.
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I think yesterday your language was drifting towards the arena of homophobia, which is why some people might have taken offence. Agree with you 100% about Markus and Nicola though. O, and I'm glad to see that racist Norwich fan hasn't come back. If you've banned him, Echo, then double well done. St Retford
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9:44am Tue 27 Nov 12

scooter75 says...

Great article, very refreshing to read about two players of limited ability making a decent living.
Great article, very refreshing to read about two players of limited ability making a decent living. scooter75
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9:45am Tue 27 Nov 12

costa gaz says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I take it you are the 1%....... 2hat.
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I take it you are the 1%....... 2hat. costa gaz
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10:12am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu
uussshhh
Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh seventh-junction
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10:13am Tue 27 Nov 12

kent141 says...

scooter75 wrote:
Great article, very refreshing to read about two players of limited ability making a decent living.
They have managed to work their way up from very small clubs to slightly bigger clubs so good on them.
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: Great article, very refreshing to read about two players of limited ability making a decent living.[/p][/quote]They have managed to work their way up from very small clubs to slightly bigger clubs so good on them. kent141
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10:13am Tue 27 Nov 12

Confucious says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I must protest on behalf of the 75% who write nonsense. We are very sensitive people with ears acute enough to hear even one hand clapping and eyes so good that we can even see nothing.

And but for us, you would not know the square root of Thursday or that the difference between a duck is that one of its legs is the same.

As for spellinge, I hav to admitt I enterered a competitition once and came in salt.

But back to the main thread...

When Rickie's on the bus
And scores again for us
The puddley skobbit lurgars
And buddley spat the spuss!
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I must protest on behalf of the 75% who write nonsense. We are very sensitive people with ears acute enough to hear even one hand clapping and eyes so good that we can even see nothing. And but for us, you would not know the square root of Thursday or that the difference between a duck is that one of its legs is the same. As for spellinge, I hav to admitt I enterered a competitition once and came in salt. But back to the main thread... When Rickie's on the bus And scores again for us The puddley skobbit lurgars And buddley spat the spuss! Confucious
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10:15am Tue 27 Nov 12

Confucious says...

Confucious wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I must protest on behalf of the 75% who write nonsense. We are very sensitive people with ears acute enough to hear even one hand clapping and eyes so good that we can even see nothing.

And but for us, you would not know the square root of Thursday or that the difference between a duck is that one of its legs is the same.

As for spellinge, I hav to admitt I enterered a competitition once and came in salt.

But back to the main thread...

When Rickie's on the bus
And scores again for us
The puddley skobbit lurgars
And buddley spat the spuss!
Oops - sorry. There's only one b in skobit.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I must protest on behalf of the 75% who write nonsense. We are very sensitive people with ears acute enough to hear even one hand clapping and eyes so good that we can even see nothing. And but for us, you would not know the square root of Thursday or that the difference between a duck is that one of its legs is the same. As for spellinge, I hav to admitt I enterered a competitition once and came in salt. But back to the main thread... When Rickie's on the bus And scores again for us The puddley skobbit lurgars And buddley spat the spuss![/p][/quote]Oops - sorry. There's only one b in skobit. Confucious
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10:21am Tue 27 Nov 12

kent141 says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu

uussshhh
Nope, you seem to be the only person to mention him
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh[/p][/quote]Nope, you seem to be the only person to mention him kent141
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10:21am Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu

uussshhh
That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh[/p][/quote]That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper. St Retford
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10:23am Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy.

Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey!

As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed!
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy. Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey! As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed! Strasbourg Saint
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10:26am Tue 27 Nov 12

Rising_Son says...

St Retford wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu


uussshhh
That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper.
But that would newsworthy!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh[/p][/quote]That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper.[/p][/quote]But that would newsworthy! Rising_Son
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10:39am Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
Oh no! Another case of verbal diarrhoea! Quick! Call an ambulance, he's chocking on his own guff!
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]Oh no! Another case of verbal diarrhoea! Quick! Call an ambulance, he's chocking on his own guff! Southampton Dominance
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10:41am Tue 27 Nov 12

up saints says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27. up saints
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10:43am Tue 27 Nov 12

Ted Rogers says...

I hope Nigel starts with the same starting eleven. Stability is key, especially for our defence. RL can be told to run his nuts off for the 1st half, safe in the knowledge that we have an ever increasingly confident JRod to replace him for the second half.

I predict a 3-1 home win as we grow in confidence and start marching up the table. Loving Nigel, the team and this league!
Just imagine if we were skint, no manager, no true fans, cesspit for a ground, no ability in the squad and no future! What a life?
I hope Nigel starts with the same starting eleven. Stability is key, especially for our defence. RL can be told to run his nuts off for the 1st half, safe in the knowledge that we have an ever increasingly confident JRod to replace him for the second half. I predict a 3-1 home win as we grow in confidence and start marching up the table. Loving Nigel, the team and this league! Just imagine if we were skint, no manager, no true fans, cesspit for a ground, no ability in the squad and no future! What a life? Ted Rogers
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10:50am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu

uussshhh
Some tw@t did mention about players of limited ability so I assumed they meant anyone in the Football League Representatives X1 down the road...and McLeod is probably the biggest donkey out of the lot......wah ha ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh[/p][/quote]Some tw@t did mention about players of limited ability so I assumed they meant anyone in the Football League Representatives X1 down the road...and McLeod is probably the biggest donkey out of the lot......wah ha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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10:55am Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
Spot on! That's why I wind the happy clappers up! And they're so foolish, they fall for it. Which begs the question, if they're that naive, how much can they really know about football!
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]Spot on! That's why I wind the happy clappers up! And they're so foolish, they fall for it. Which begs the question, if they're that naive, how much can they really know about football! Bring back Branfoot
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10:59am Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Shhhhhhhhhh.
Shhhhhhhhhh. St Retford
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11:07am Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhhhh.
Need I say more! Fool!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]Need I say more! Fool! Bring back Branfoot
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11:08am Tue 27 Nov 12

legod7 says...

kent141 wrote:
Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..
2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..

They must be the same ones who scored the goals to get their teams from League 1 to the Premiership.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..[/p][/quote]2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys.. They must be the same ones who scored the goals to get their teams from League 1 to the Premiership. legod7
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11:09am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhhhh.
Don't be foolish and fall for it. What "it" is I'm not sure but don't fall for it anyway.....keep up the ssshhhuuussshhhing..
..FOADP
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]Don't be foolish and fall for it. What "it" is I'm not sure but don't fall for it anyway.....keep up the ssshhhuuussshhhing.. ..FOADP seventh-junction
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11:10am Tue 27 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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11:10am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

legod7 wrote:
kent141 wrote:
Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..
2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..

They must be the same ones who scored the goals to get their teams from League 1 to the Premiership.
Ssshhhuuussshhh
[quote][p][bold]legod7[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..[/p][/quote]2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys.. They must be the same ones who scored the goals to get their teams from League 1 to the Premiership.[/p][/quote]Ssshhhuuussshhh seventh-junction
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11:12am Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy.

Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey!

As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed!
Strasbourg, judging by the amount of time you spend on this oasis of stupidity, would I be correct in thinking that the unemployment levels in France, are quite high?
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy. Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey! As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed![/p][/quote]Strasbourg, judging by the amount of time you spend on this oasis of stupidity, would I be correct in thinking that the unemployment levels in France, are quite high? Southampton Dominance
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11:13am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhhhh.
Looks like someone's getting all b1tchy......Don't fall for it!! wah ha ha ha...ssshhhuuussshhh
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]Looks like someone's getting all b1tchy......Don't fall for it!! wah ha ha ha...ssshhhuuussshhh seventh-junction
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11:15am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
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”
All Saints Day! WTFWBLT
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: 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”[/p][/quote]All Saints Day! WTFWBLT seventh-junction
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11:17am Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry? Strasbourg Saint
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11:17am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
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”
It's my birthday that weekend......what present that will be!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: 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”[/p][/quote]It's my birthday that weekend......what present that will be! seventh-junction
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11:18am Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

seventh-junction wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhhhh.
Looks like someone's getting all b1tchy......Don't fall for it!! wah ha ha ha...ssshhhuuussshhh
Calm down Carol! What was it again, oh yes, 10 points is better than 7 points. Putting that GCSE maths to good use I see! lol, shhhhhhhhhh!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]Looks like someone's getting all b1tchy......Don't fall for it!! wah ha ha ha...ssshhhuuussshhh[/p][/quote]Calm down Carol! What was it again, oh yes, 10 points is better than 7 points. Putting that GCSE maths to good use I see! lol, shhhhhhhhhh! Bring back Branfoot
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11:20am Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhhhh.
Why? Did someone say something?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]Why? Did someone say something? Strasbourg Saint
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11:21am Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
Yes, thems the rules , people!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]Yes, thems the rules , people! Bring back Branfoot
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11:21am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Mmmmeeooooowwwww....
wah ha ha ha
Mmmmeeooooowwwww.... wah ha ha ha seventh-junction
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11:22am Tue 27 Nov 12

up saints says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
Spot on! That's why I wind the happy clappers up! And they're so foolish, they fall for it. Which begs the question, if they're that naive, how much can they really know about football!
i agree with bring back branfoot and kent for that matter you wind up so many here it is laughable.ready for the ssshhuuuussshhh now
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]Spot on! That's why I wind the happy clappers up! And they're so foolish, they fall for it. Which begs the question, if they're that naive, how much can they really know about football![/p][/quote]i agree with bring back branfoot and kent for that matter you wind up so many here it is laughable.ready for the ssshhuuuussshhh now up saints
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11:23am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know
until you give it a go
December 14 is coming
Yo ho ho ho
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho seventh-junction
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11:25am Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhhhh.
Why? Did someone say something?
Remind me. What’s the French for, I opened my Christmas crackers early this year?
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]Why? Did someone say something?[/p][/quote]Remind me. What’s the French for, I opened my Christmas crackers early this year? Southampton Dominance
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11:26am Tue 27 Nov 12

puppy saint says...

It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS!

Sssshhhuuussshhhhh!
It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS! Sssshhhuuussshhhhh! puppy saint
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11:31am Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
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”
It's my birthday that weekend......what present that will be!
No one cares, dearie! Your posts are the equivalent to a television commercial break. We all go to the kitchen to put the kettle on! Go away! Now there's a good boy!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: 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”[/p][/quote]It's my birthday that weekend......what present that will be![/p][/quote]No one cares, dearie! Your posts are the equivalent to a television commercial break. We all go to the kitchen to put the kettle on! Go away! Now there's a good boy! Southampton Dominance
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11:31am Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Shhhhhhhhhh.
Why? Did someone say something?
Nope.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Shhhhhhhhhh.[/p][/quote]Why? Did someone say something?[/p][/quote]Nope. St Retford
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11:32am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

puppy saint wrote:
It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS!

Sssshhhuuussshhhhh!
Same initials.....could be right. Scrappy Doo = Small, yappy and thick.... Ssshhhuuussshhh
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS! Sssshhhuuussshhhhh![/p][/quote]Same initials.....could be right. Scrappy Doo = Small, yappy and thick.... Ssshhhuuussshhh seventh-junction
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11:32am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

puppy saint wrote:
It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS!

Sssshhhuuussshhhhh!
Same initials.....could be right. Scrappy Doo = Small, yappy and thick.... Ssshhhuuussshhh
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS! Sssshhhuuussshhhhh![/p][/quote]Same initials.....could be right. Scrappy Doo = Small, yappy and thick.... Ssshhhuuussshhh seventh-junction
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11:36am Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

puppy saint wrote:
It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS!

Sssshhhuuussshhhhh!
You're the little pup who's sniffing Strasbourg's backside! No offense Srappy, but I'd rather speak to Scobby! If it's all the same to you!
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS! Sssshhhuuussshhhhh![/p][/quote]You're the little pup who's sniffing Strasbourg's backside! No offense Srappy, but I'd rather speak to Scobby! If it's all the same to you! Southampton Dominance
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11:36am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

puppy saint wrote:
It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS!

Sssshhhuuussshhhhh!
...or Jimmy Saville
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS! Sssshhhuuussshhhhh![/p][/quote]...or Jimmy Saville seventh-junction
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11:36am Tue 27 Nov 12

on the ball city never mind the danger says...

GX Saint wrote:
I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt
just hope for southamptons sake mate that fatty holt does not score i think your backline will have a torrid time he will bully chase EXPECT A HARD GAME

CAN LAMBERT MATCH HIS 15 GOALS LAST I THINK NOT GOOD LUCK YOU WILL NEED IT ON THE BALL CITY
& UP THE POMPEY BOYS 6.57 THAT WILL BE THERE WEDNESDAY
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt[/p][/quote]just hope for southamptons sake mate that fatty holt does not score i think your backline will have a torrid time he will bully chase EXPECT A HARD GAME CAN LAMBERT MATCH HIS 15 GOALS LAST I THINK NOT GOOD LUCK YOU WILL NEED IT ON THE BALL CITY & UP THE POMPEY BOYS 6.57 THAT WILL BE THERE WEDNESDAY on the ball city never mind the danger
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11:38am Tue 27 Nov 12

mack chinnon says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy.

Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey!

As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed!
What part of Lesbia does she come from.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy. Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey! As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed![/p][/quote]What part of Lesbia does she come from. mack chinnon
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11:41am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Can I have "C" please Bob.......or a dictionary...... Anyone know what a scobby is?
Can I have "C" please Bob.......or a dictionary...... Anyone know what a scobby is? seventh-junction
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11:46am Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Can I have "C" please Bob.......or a dictionary...... Anyone know what a scobby is?
Uh oh! A battle of wits with seventh! I better put on my ‘thinking cap”! Junction I see you’re sporting your Dunce one! How amusing!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can I have "C" please Bob.......or a dictionary...... Anyone know what a scobby is?[/p][/quote]Uh oh! A battle of wits with seventh! I better put on my ‘thinking cap”! Junction I see you’re sporting your Dunce one! How amusing! Southampton Dominance
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11:47am Tue 27 Nov 12

on the ball city never mind the danger says...

on the ball city never mind the danger wrote:
GX Saint wrote: I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt
just hope for southamptons sake mate that fatty holt does not score i think your backline will have a torrid time he will bully chase EXPECT A HARD GAME CAN LAMBERT MATCH HIS 15 GOALS LAST I THINK NOT GOOD LUCK YOU WILL NEED IT ON THE BALL CITY & UP THE POMPEY BOYS 6.57 THAT WILL BE THERE WEDNESDAY
TRY TO AVOID SOUTHAMPTONS LIFEBOAT CREW BOYS ITS FULL OF WOMEN & KIDS who chuck stones & bottles at you behind a protected line very brave ?? less polution in the east of hampshire
[quote][p][bold]on the ball city never mind the danger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt[/p][/quote]just hope for southamptons sake mate that fatty holt does not score i think your backline will have a torrid time he will bully chase EXPECT A HARD GAME CAN LAMBERT MATCH HIS 15 GOALS LAST I THINK NOT GOOD LUCK YOU WILL NEED IT ON THE BALL CITY & UP THE POMPEY BOYS 6.57 THAT WILL BE THERE WEDNESDAY[/p][/quote]TRY TO AVOID SOUTHAMPTONS LIFEBOAT CREW BOYS ITS FULL OF WOMEN & KIDS who chuck stones & bottles at you behind a protected line very brave ?? less polution in the east of hampshire on the ball city never mind the danger
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11:49am Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

He's no dunce! He was on here the other day showing off his two times table! He also claims to do joined up handwriting! So put that in your pipe and smoke it!
He's no dunce! He was on here the other day showing off his two times table! He also claims to do joined up handwriting! So put that in your pipe and smoke it! Bring back Branfoot
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11:52am Tue 27 Nov 12

Dickosfc says...

I think he’ll start with the same team. In my opinion this is a more winnable game than Liverpool away (depending on which Liverpool turn up). I may be wrong but I think whatever happens tonight, we’ll be back in the bottom 3. Nigel will want to quickly get back out and a home game against a team likely to be around us will take precedence.
I think he’ll start with the same team. In my opinion this is a more winnable game than Liverpool away (depending on which Liverpool turn up). I may be wrong but I think whatever happens tonight, we’ll be back in the bottom 3. Nigel will want to quickly get back out and a home game against a team likely to be around us will take precedence. Dickosfc
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11:53am Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Can I have "C" please Bob.......or a dictionary...... Anyone know what a scobby is?
Carol! Come out and dazzle us with your great wit, you twit!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can I have "C" please Bob.......or a dictionary...... Anyone know what a scobby is?[/p][/quote]Carol! Come out and dazzle us with your great wit, you twit! Bring back Branfoot
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11:53am Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

You know that Nietzsche quote about Christianity, when he said that belief in it has been shaken to its deepest roots yet belief in the sickness that it taught and propagated continues to exist? I kind of think that applies to Portsmouth too. It’s like they have an empty shell of club which is there in name only, which no one thinks will ever win and no one goes to watch, and yet all the anger, jealousy and sense of inferiority lives on, hence why there are more Pompey fans on here than at Fratton Park. It does make you wonder how long this prejudice will live on once the club finally goes. Maybe a generation? And then there will just be a vague sense that football used to happen in Portsmouth; that there used to be ‘an enemy’, but not enough people cared for it to survive. It will be like being in a former church that has been converted into a Wetherspoons - where once there was faith there are now only losers and cheap booze. Poor buggers.
You know that Nietzsche quote about Christianity, when he said that belief in it has been shaken to its deepest roots yet belief in the sickness that it taught and propagated continues to exist? I kind of think that applies to Portsmouth too. It’s like they have an empty shell of club which is there in name only, which no one thinks will ever win and no one goes to watch, and yet all the anger, jealousy and sense of inferiority lives on, hence why there are more Pompey fans on here than at Fratton Park. It does make you wonder how long this prejudice will live on once the club finally goes. Maybe a generation? And then there will just be a vague sense that football used to happen in Portsmouth; that there used to be ‘an enemy’, but not enough people cared for it to survive. It will be like being in a former church that has been converted into a Wetherspoons - where once there was faith there are now only losers and cheap booze. Poor buggers. St Retford
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11:55am Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

He's run off! Tail, well and truly planted between legs! It's fun to come on here and put a bit of stick about! They all run off and hide like Smurfs! Poor things!
He's run off! Tail, well and truly planted between legs! It's fun to come on here and put a bit of stick about! They all run off and hide like Smurfs! Poor things! Southampton Dominance
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11:56am Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant
eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss
shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha
Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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11:58am Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know
until you give it a go
December 14 is coming
Yo ho ho ho
Neither the trust nor that Chanrai will budge,
so the shed's valuation’s to be ruled by a judge,
some say it's worth millions, I disagree,
I wouldn't pay for it more than 20p.

(including the pre-sale evaluation fee,
and taking account of the small VAT,
and throwing in Scooter, Kunt and BBB ....
and a couple of cloths to remove all that pee!)

So when the skunts find themselves in times of trouble,
having long since heard 'POP!' from their 'proud history' (SIC) bubble,
I hope Mother Mary will then come to me,
and utter those famous words, 'skunts? Let ‘em be.’
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho[/p][/quote]Neither the trust nor that Chanrai will budge, so the shed's valuation’s to be ruled by a judge, some say it's worth millions, I disagree, I wouldn't pay for it more than 20p. (including the pre-sale evaluation fee, and taking account of the small VAT, and throwing in Scooter, Kunt and BBB .... and a couple of cloths to remove all that pee!) So when the skunts find themselves in times of trouble, having long since heard 'POP!' from their 'proud history' (SIC) bubble, I hope Mother Mary will then come to me, and utter those famous words, 'skunts? Let ‘em be.’ Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

11:59am Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh
That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper.
Is there a regional accent that this best said in? I know you're Manchester side but to me it sounds Yorkshire
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh[/p][/quote]That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper.[/p][/quote]Is there a regional accent that this best said in? I know you're Manchester side but to me it sounds Yorkshire GX Saint
  • Score: 0

12:00pm Tue 27 Nov 12

up saints says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know
until you give it a go
December 14 is coming
Yo ho ho ho
yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho[/p][/quote]yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night up saints
  • Score: 0

12:01pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant

eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss

shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha
It took you twenty minutes for you to come up with that! Talk about mugging yourself off! Muppet!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]It took you twenty minutes for you to come up with that! Talk about mugging yourself off! Muppet! Bring back Branfoot
  • Score: 0

12:03pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know
until you give it a go
December 14 is coming
Yo ho ho ho
Neither the trust nor that Chanrai will budge,
so the shed's valuation’s to be ruled by a judge,
some say it's worth millions, I disagree,
I wouldn't pay for it more than 20p.

(including the pre-sale evaluation fee,
and taking account of the small VAT,
and throwing in Scooter, Kunt and BBB ....
and a couple of cloths to remove all that pee!)

So when the skunts find themselves in times of trouble,
having long since heard 'POP!' from their 'proud history' (SIC) bubble,
I hope Mother Mary will then come to me,
and utter those famous words, 'skunts? Let ‘em be.’
There you go! You could end up as a poet laureate at this rate!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho[/p][/quote]Neither the trust nor that Chanrai will budge, so the shed's valuation’s to be ruled by a judge, some say it's worth millions, I disagree, I wouldn't pay for it more than 20p. (including the pre-sale evaluation fee, and taking account of the small VAT, and throwing in Scooter, Kunt and BBB .... and a couple of cloths to remove all that pee!) So when the skunts find themselves in times of trouble, having long since heard 'POP!' from their 'proud history' (SIC) bubble, I hope Mother Mary will then come to me, and utter those famous words, 'skunts? Let ‘em be.’[/p][/quote]There you go! You could end up as a poet laureate at this rate! seventh-junction
  • Score: 0

12:03pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant


eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss


shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha
It took you twenty minutes for you to come up with that! Talk about mugging yourself off! Muppet!
I think he needs another slap on the snout with my rolled up newspaper! I can’t help myself! I feel like a cat, playing with a ball of yarn! Simpleton Junction, you are my muse, dearie!
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]It took you twenty minutes for you to come up with that! Talk about mugging yourself off! Muppet![/p][/quote]I think he needs another slap on the snout with my rolled up newspaper! I can’t help myself! I feel like a cat, playing with a ball of yarn! Simpleton Junction, you are my muse, dearie! Southampton Dominance
  • Score: 0

12:04pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant


eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss


shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha
It took you twenty minutes for you to come up with that! Talk about mugging yourself off! Muppet!
Stick to Primary school maths! That's where you get most of your laughs!
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Skunt Fishing by J7 Hartley......guarant eed a bite or two......Ssshhhuuuss shhh.., or should that be ...Mmmmeeeooowww! wah ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]It took you twenty minutes for you to come up with that! Talk about mugging yourself off! Muppet![/p][/quote]Stick to Primary school maths! That's where you get most of your laughs! Bring back Branfoot
  • Score: 0

12:05pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Mmmmeeeooowwww....
Mmmmeeeooowwww.... seventh-junction
  • Score: 0

12:06pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

puppy saint wrote:
It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS!

Sssshhhuuussshhhhh!
Bill did well to last so long yesterday evening, but finally cracked.

You've got to be strong, Puppy. It's a matter of honour!

Just close your eyes, lay down and think about Lucy Pinder!
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: It's like a being stalked by Scrappy Doo. FFS! Sssshhhuuussshhhhh![/p][/quote]Bill did well to last so long yesterday evening, but finally cracked. You've got to be strong, Puppy. It's a matter of honour! Just close your eyes, lay down and think about Lucy Pinder! Strasbourg Saint
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12:07pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Southampton Dominance says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Mmmmeeeooowwww....
And up goes the white flag! Good boy! Know your place!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Mmmmeeeooowwww....[/p][/quote]And up goes the white flag! Good boy! Know your place! Southampton Dominance
  • Score: 0

12:08pm Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

GX Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh
That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper.
Is there a regional accent that this best said in? I know you're Manchester side but to me it sounds Yorkshire
Heh - I know what you mean.

I think it sounds quite good in Geordie.
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Can anyone see Izale McLeod mentioned anywhere in this thread...wah ha ha ha ha ..............Ssshhu uussshhh[/p][/quote]That's because he couldn't hit his own c0ck with a slipper.[/p][/quote]Is there a regional accent that this best said in? I know you're Manchester side but to me it sounds Yorkshire[/p][/quote]Heh - I know what you mean. I think it sounds quite good in Geordie. St Retford
  • Score: 0

12:09pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

up saints wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know
until you give it a go
December 14 is coming
Yo ho ho ho
yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night
Spot on, Up Saints.

Wish I could be there tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho[/p][/quote]yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night[/p][/quote]Spot on, Up Saints. Wish I could be there tomorrow. Strasbourg Saint
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12:09pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Taoboy says...

It's still lost on me why skates might wish to antagonize saints. As for the requirement that you need to understand football to appreciate it, it would only apply only if you could say that you could not appreciate skilled artistry and consummate performance where ever it appears.
Real talent makes us stick our necks up like a certain bunch of credulous meerkats. I firmly expect to be in my seat tomorrow night meerkat like enjoying every minute.COYS
It's still lost on me why skates might wish to antagonize saints. As for the requirement that you need to understand football to appreciate it, it would only apply only if you could say that you could not appreciate skilled artistry and consummate performance where ever it appears. Real talent makes us stick our necks up like a certain bunch of credulous meerkats. I firmly expect to be in my seat tomorrow night meerkat like enjoying every minute.COYS Taoboy
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12:12pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

up saints wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho
yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night
The blue end of the M25 is an interesting concept.
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho[/p][/quote]yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night[/p][/quote]The blue end of the M25 is an interesting concept. GX Saint
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12:12pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
He's run off! Tail, well and truly planted between legs! It's fun to come on here and put a bit of stick about! They all run off and hide like Smurfs! Poor things!
probably beacuse unlike you mate people have lives, its called, work, families, general living. Still I am sure it makes you feel good for a few minutes a rush in the day bewteen Jeremy Kyle and seeing who of your family are on it this week and I am a Celebrity where u spend ya Giro on a top-up so you can vote to keep some worthless celeb in and give light to ya rubbish life

Still I am sure you will be off to Pack the Park with the other 8,500 hard core of the best supporters in the land TM lmao
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: He's run off! Tail, well and truly planted between legs! It's fun to come on here and put a bit of stick about! They all run off and hide like Smurfs! Poor things![/p][/quote]probably beacuse unlike you mate people have lives, its called, work, families, general living. Still I am sure it makes you feel good for a few minutes a rush in the day bewteen Jeremy Kyle and seeing who of your family are on it this week and I am a Celebrity where u spend ya Giro on a top-up so you can vote to keep some worthless celeb in and give light to ya rubbish life Still I am sure you will be off to Pack the Park with the other 8,500 hard core of the best supporters in the land TM lmao Taunton Saint
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12:13pm Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman. St Retford
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12:14pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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12:17pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol! Bring back Branfoot
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12:20pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius, Taunton Saint
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12:20pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.”

Whenever that moron OTBC posts on here I always think back to that time she was on the pitch at one of their games absolutely priceless. Never really had a problem with Norwich tho a couple of my Uni mates supported them and I remember a really decent away day there when we reached the play-offs. But like you say cannot stand that woman
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.” Whenever that moron OTBC posts on here I always think back to that time she was on the pitch at one of their games absolutely priceless. Never really had a problem with Norwich tho a couple of my Uni mates supported them and I remember a really decent away day there when we reached the play-offs. But like you say cannot stand that woman SO50 Saint
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12:21pm Tue 27 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

St Retford wrote:
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.
they have delia and we have lucy pinder
no contest.

two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.[/p][/quote]they have delia and we have lucy pinder no contest. two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned. angus mc coatup
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12:21pm Tue 27 Nov 12

up saints says...

GX Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho
yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night
The blue end of the M25 is an interesting concept.
oh yes blue end of the m25 slight typing error how long would it take to find the end better ask kent
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho[/p][/quote]yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night[/p][/quote]The blue end of the M25 is an interesting concept.[/p][/quote]oh yes blue end of the m25 slight typing error how long would it take to find the end better ask kent up saints
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12:23pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Anyone know what the time is?...Anyone that can tell the time that is...wha ha ha ha
Anyone know what the time is?...Anyone that can tell the time that is...wha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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12:26pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel! Bring back Branfoot
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12:30pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.
Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder. seventh-junction
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12:33pm Tue 27 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.
and wtf is carol borderman?
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.[/p][/quote]and wtf is carol borderman? angus mc coatup
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12:36pm Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.
they have delia and we have lucy pinder
no contest.

two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.
Haha - actual lols.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.[/p][/quote]they have delia and we have lucy pinder no contest. two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.[/p][/quote]Haha - actual lols. St Retford
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12:37pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort)

I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans.

Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February

On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them)

That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity.

I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive Taunton Saint
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12:39pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

BBC reckon we'll be unchanged. I hope so. All this stuff about saving players for the trip to Liverpool is nonsense - both games are worth 3 points and I think Norwich are a more important opponent to send away empty handed than Liverpool. Having said that, we can go above Liverpool if we beat Narg and Spurs beat Liverpool.
Lawro and Goran Ivanisovic both go 2-0 Saints. Can't argue with the result but I did a deal with fate for a 2-1 win yesterday so have to honour that.
BBC reckon we'll be unchanged. I hope so. All this stuff about saving players for the trip to Liverpool is nonsense - both games are worth 3 points and I think Norwich are a more important opponent to send away empty handed than Liverpool. Having said that, we can go above Liverpool if we beat Narg and Spurs beat Liverpool. Lawro and Goran Ivanisovic both go 2-0 Saints. Can't argue with the result but I did a deal with fate for a 2-1 win yesterday so have to honour that. GX Saint
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12:40pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.
and wtf is carol borderman?
Is it a woman that lives between two counties?
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.[/p][/quote]and wtf is carol borderman?[/p][/quote]Is it a woman that lives between two counties? seventh-junction
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12:45pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort)

I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans.

Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February

On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them)

That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity.

I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
...in a nutshell.
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]...in a nutshell. seventh-junction
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12:46pm Tue 27 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.
and wtf is carol borderman?
Is it a woman that lives between two counties?
and these idiots actually believe that they're winding us up.dribbling tw@ts.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.[/p][/quote]and wtf is carol borderman?[/p][/quote]Is it a woman that lives between two counties?[/p][/quote]and these idiots actually believe that they're winding us up.dribbling tw@ts. angus mc coatup
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12:47pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record.
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record. GX Saint
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12:49pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record.
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record. GX Saint
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12:49pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Cheapshot says...

Jesus! Skunts are out in force today!
Seventh-junction, they seem to have it in for you. Sssssssshhhhhhhhhh!

What would be great is if you had to put your Saints membership/season ticket number in to create an account....then you would know that you are only dealing with real Saints fans...
Jesus! Skunts are out in force today! Seventh-junction, they seem to have it in for you. Sssssssshhhhhhhhhh! What would be great is if you had to put your Saints membership/season ticket number in to create an account....then you would know that you are only dealing with real Saints fans... Cheapshot
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12:50pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record.
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record. GX Saint
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12:51pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.
and wtf is carol borderman?
Is it a woman that lives between two counties?
and these idiots actually believe that they're winding us up.dribbling tw@ts.
Other way round. They get more and more desperate and pathetic with each comment. It's obvious they are getting rattled. Time to unleash the Sssuuussshes again I think just to compound their inabilities and highlight their stupidity....which isn't that difficult by all accounts.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.[/p][/quote]and wtf is carol borderman?[/p][/quote]Is it a woman that lives between two counties?[/p][/quote]and these idiots actually believe that they're winding us up.dribbling tw@ts.[/p][/quote]Other way round. They get more and more desperate and pathetic with each comment. It's obvious they are getting rattled. Time to unleash the Sssuuussshes again I think just to compound their inabilities and highlight their stupidity....which isn't that difficult by all accounts. seventh-junction
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12:52pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

GX Saint wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record.
Jeez, sorry for the multiple posts. Feel free to Sssssshhhhhhhh me.
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record.[/p][/quote]Jeez, sorry for the multiple posts. Feel free to Sssssshhhhhhhh me. GX Saint
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12:53pm Tue 27 Nov 12

seventh-junction says...

Cheapshot wrote:
Jesus! Skunts are out in force today!
Seventh-junction, they seem to have it in for you. Sssssssshhhhhhhhhh!

What would be great is if you had to put your Saints membership/season ticket number in to create an account....then you would know that you are only dealing with real Saints fans...
Rattled aren't they.....wah ha ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]Cheapshot[/bold] wrote: Jesus! Skunts are out in force today! Seventh-junction, they seem to have it in for you. Sssssssshhhhhhhhhh! What would be great is if you had to put your Saints membership/season ticket number in to create an account....then you would know that you are only dealing with real Saints fans...[/p][/quote]Rattled aren't they.....wah ha ha ha ha seventh-junction
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12:58pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Dickosfc says...

So much drivel on this forum. I remember when it was a good place to come to debate Saints now its full of sh!t. Full of clowns where some Saints fans are helping them ruin this forum by constantly biting and commenting on their posts. It’s really pathetic!!
So much drivel on this forum. I remember when it was a good place to come to debate Saints now its full of sh!t. Full of clowns where some Saints fans are helping them ruin this forum by constantly biting and commenting on their posts. It’s really pathetic!! Dickosfc
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1:06pm Tue 27 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.
and wtf is carol borderman?
Is it a woman that lives between two counties?
and these idiots actually believe that they're winding us up.dribbling tw@ts.
Other way round. They get more and more desperate and pathetic with each comment. It's obvious they are getting rattled. Time to unleash the Sssuuussshes again I think just to compound their inabilities and highlight their stupidity....which isn't that difficult by all accounts.
did carol vorderman marry stan boardman and do that new combine surnames bit? strange.

i know that some saints fans are going on a away trip on the glorious 14th to see poopey vs poopey deathmatch, but can we all agree to have a second away trip to the opening of the new tescos notarf krap. it would be a new and wonderful sight to see so many people together in that place at the same time, a sight not seen since the last time we went there, sold out our tickets did they? nope thought not.

i think we might see changes tomorrow night, lets be honest norwich will be a tough game but its a more winable game than scouse away. i dont fear scouse away just think norwich is the game to target the points.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.[/p][/quote]and wtf is carol borderman?[/p][/quote]Is it a woman that lives between two counties?[/p][/quote]and these idiots actually believe that they're winding us up.dribbling tw@ts.[/p][/quote]Other way round. They get more and more desperate and pathetic with each comment. It's obvious they are getting rattled. Time to unleash the Sssuuussshes again I think just to compound their inabilities and highlight their stupidity....which isn't that difficult by all accounts.[/p][/quote]did carol vorderman marry stan boardman and do that new combine surnames bit? strange. i know that some saints fans are going on a away trip on the glorious 14th to see poopey vs poopey deathmatch, but can we all agree to have a second away trip to the opening of the new tescos notarf krap. it would be a new and wonderful sight to see so many people together in that place at the same time, a sight not seen since the last time we went there, sold out our tickets did they? nope thought not. i think we might see changes tomorrow night, lets be honest norwich will be a tough game but its a more winable game than scouse away. i dont fear scouse away just think norwich is the game to target the points. saintshorse101
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1:07pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SaintJD says...

City Saint wrote:
Tricky choice here. But I wouldn't be surprised to see jay rod get the nod ahead of lambert, to rest him for the weekend when we will need him to get anything from liverpool.

Also I'd expect to see jwp get picked ahead of spiderman, and maybe even fox ahead of shaw, for the same reasons.
My preference, and I hope Nigel's, will be to prioritise the Norwich game and play my best team from the start. I agree that two games in four days with travelling is tough, but two home games takes less out of you.

If someone looks knackered, fine. But I'd say the chance to win three in a row should energise the team and I'm sure nobody will want to miss out on Wednesday, which is a great thing.

If we need to rest anyone, let's do it at the weekend when any point will be a bonus. Nigel has tended to rest Ricky in tough away fixtures anyway in favour of players with more energy. For Liverpool, I'd expect a similar set up, with the odd different player, to our team at Man City.

Whatever he goes with, fine, but that's my preference.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: Tricky choice here. But I wouldn't be surprised to see jay rod get the nod ahead of lambert, to rest him for the weekend when we will need him to get anything from liverpool. Also I'd expect to see jwp get picked ahead of spiderman, and maybe even fox ahead of shaw, for the same reasons.[/p][/quote]My preference, and I hope Nigel's, will be to prioritise the Norwich game and play my best team from the start. I agree that two games in four days with travelling is tough, but two home games takes less out of you. If someone looks knackered, fine. But I'd say the chance to win three in a row should energise the team and I'm sure nobody will want to miss out on Wednesday, which is a great thing. If we need to rest anyone, let's do it at the weekend when any point will be a bonus. Nigel has tended to rest Ricky in tough away fixtures anyway in favour of players with more energy. For Liverpool, I'd expect a similar set up, with the odd different player, to our team at Man City. Whatever he goes with, fine, but that's my preference. SaintJD
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1:07pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.
they have delia and we have lucy pinder
no contest.

two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.
Does this make you two 'Delia Smith's pair of k.......'?


(You already knew where that was going, didn't you? I had better leave it there.)
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.[/p][/quote]they have delia and we have lucy pinder no contest. two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.[/p][/quote]Does this make you two 'Delia Smith's pair of k.......'? (You already knew where that was going, didn't you? I had better leave it there.) Strasbourg Saint
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1:11pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Taoboy says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.
What of it....if language was your bag you would understand it evolves!
FYI question marks usually denote a question and not the maturity or otherwise of the writer.anyway as we were saying
SSSSSSSHhhhhhhhhhh!!
!!!!?
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know why some children feel the need to include so many question marks and exclamation marks in their dross posts?. Could it be due to a poor education or immaturity I wonder.[/p][/quote]What of it....if language was your bag you would understand it evolves! FYI question marks usually denote a question and not the maturity or otherwise of the writer.anyway as we were saying SSSSSSSHhhhhhhhhhh!! !!!!? Taoboy
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1:12pm Tue 27 Nov 12

oldsaintsfan says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I assume you think you are part of the 1% - logically it would seem there is no need for you to continue wasting your time reading these posts and therefore I won't have to waste my time reading yours!
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I assume you think you are part of the 1% - logically it would seem there is no need for you to continue wasting your time reading these posts and therefore I won't have to waste my time reading yours! oldsaintsfan
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1:15pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Southampton

On 10 August 2009, with a total of 155 appearances and 59 goals for Bristol Rovers, Lambert completed a move worth in excess of £1 million to recently-relegated League One club Southampton. The striker scored on his debut for The Saints against Northampton Town on 11 August 2009, and went on to become the club's top scorer for that season with 36 in all competitions. Other notable goals scored by Lambert during the season include one against local rivals Portsmouth in the FA Cup Fifth Round South Coast derby on 13 February 2010, a hat-trick against Milton Keynes Dons in the league on 20 March 2010, and a penalty against Carlisle United in the 4–1 League Trophy Final win at Wembley on 28 March 2010. Following a season in which he performed statistically similarly to his last with Bristol Rovers, Lambert was again named in the PFA Team of the Year for League One, as well as winning the PFA Fans' Player of the Year award for the division.

He finished his debut season with Southampton with a total of 36 goals in all competitions, in addition to the goal he scored for Bristol Rovers in the opening match of the season. With 31 League goals, Lambert was the top scorer in English football's top four divisions for the second season in succession.

He scored his 50th goal for Southampton in a 1–0 victory over Carlisle United on 12 February 2011. He finished the 2010–11 season as the club's top scorer with 21 goals, as they finished second in the league. On 1 July 2011, Lambert signed a new deal to keep him at the club until 2014.

He scored his first goal of the 2011–12 season with a 25-yard free kick in a 4–1 victory over Torquay United in the League Cup on 9 August. He followed this with a brace in a 5–2 victory at Ipswich Town. He scored a hat-trick against Nottingham Forest which Southampton won the match 3-2. His 100th league appearance came in a 4–0 victory over Watford, with Lambert netting two penalties. He scored another hat-trick in a 3–0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion, two of which came from the penalty spot. His 15th and 16th goals of the season came in a 2–2 draw at home to Blackpool, the opener and a late leveller. He scored in a 1–1 draw with south coast rivals Portsmouth. After sitting out for 3 games after receiving a red card, he made his comeback with a goal in a 1–1 draw at Millwall in the FA Cup. His first league goal after his suspension was in the very next match and came from the penalty spot in a 1-1 draw against promotion hopefuls Cardiff City. His 20th goal of the season came in the FA Cup replay against Millwall. He scored his third hat-trick of the season in a 3-0 victory at Watford on 25 February. He continued his impressive first season in the second tier with a thunderous volley against Leeds United at Elland Road on 3 March, which took his tally for the 2011–12 season to 24 in all competitions.

On 13 March 2012, Lambert was named the Championship Player of the Year for 2011. He scored his fourth hat-trick of the season in a 3–2 victory at Millwall. While at Southampton, Lambert has not yet missed a penalty; giving him a 100% conversion rate. He scored both goals in a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace to bring his goal tally to 30 for the season. He was then named in the 2011-12 PFA Championship Team of the Year, along with team mates Adam Lallana and Kelvin Davis. He finished the season with 31 goals, 27 in the league, as Saints clinched promotion to the Premier League, earning him the Southampton Fans' Player of the Season award for the second time in three years.

He scored on his first ever Premier League appearance, scoring just minutes after replacing Jay Rodriguez as a substitute against Manchester City. This goal meant that Lambert joined a select group of players who have scored in all 4 League divisions.

He followed this up with the opening goal in a game against Manchester United.

He later grabbed two goals in Southampton's first league win of the season, a 4-1 victory over Aston Villa.
He's currently on 5 goals in the PL.......not bad for a lumbering lump....Ssshhhuuusss

hhh
Like very much! Top post!
We have to remember that the skates are best at shooting off their mouths with no substance and know nothing about football!

STID
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Southampton On 10 August 2009, with a total of 155 appearances and 59 goals for Bristol Rovers, Lambert completed a move worth in excess of £1 million to recently-relegated League One club Southampton.[36] The striker scored on his debut for The Saints against Northampton Town on 11 August 2009,[37] and went on to become the club's top scorer for that season with 36 in all competitions.[38] Other notable goals scored by Lambert during the season include one against local rivals Portsmouth in the FA Cup Fifth Round South Coast derby on 13 February 2010,[39] a hat-trick against Milton Keynes Dons in the league on 20 March 2010,[40] and a penalty against Carlisle United in the 4–1 League Trophy Final win at Wembley on 28 March 2010.[41] Following a season in which he performed statistically similarly to his last with Bristol Rovers, Lambert was again named in the PFA Team of the Year for League One, as well as winning the PFA Fans' Player of the Year award for the division.[42] He finished his debut season with Southampton with a total of 36 goals in all competitions, in addition to the goal he scored for Bristol Rovers in the opening match of the season.[43] With 31 League goals, Lambert was the top scorer in English football's top four divisions for the second season in succession.[citation needed] He scored his 50th goal for Southampton in a 1–0 victory over Carlisle United on 12 February 2011.[44] He finished the 2010–11 season as the club's top scorer with 21 goals, as they finished second in the league. On 1 July 2011, Lambert signed a new deal to keep him at the club until 2014.[45] He scored his first goal of the 2011–12 season with a 25-yard free kick in a 4–1 victory over Torquay United in the League Cup on 9 August.[46] He followed this with a brace in a 5–2 victory at Ipswich Town. He scored a hat-trick against Nottingham Forest which Southampton won the match 3-2.[47] His 100th league appearance came in a 4–0 victory over Watford, with Lambert netting two penalties. He scored another hat-trick in a 3–0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion, two of which came from the penalty spot. His 15th and 16th goals of the season came in a 2–2 draw at home to Blackpool, the opener and a late leveller. He scored in a 1–1 draw with south coast rivals Portsmouth. After sitting out for 3 games after receiving a red card, he made his comeback with a goal in a 1–1 draw at Millwall in the FA Cup. His first league goal after his suspension was in the very next match and came from the penalty spot in a 1-1 draw against promotion hopefuls Cardiff City. His 20th goal of the season came in the FA Cup replay against Millwall. He scored his third hat-trick of the season in a 3-0 victory at Watford on 25 February.[48] He continued his impressive first season in the second tier with a thunderous volley against Leeds United at Elland Road on 3 March,[49] which took his tally for the 2011–12 season to 24 in all competitions.[50] On 13 March 2012, Lambert was named the Championship Player of the Year for 2011.[51] He scored his fourth hat-trick of the season in a 3–2 victory at Millwall. While at Southampton, Lambert has not yet missed a penalty; giving him a 100% conversion rate. He scored both goals in a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace to bring his goal tally to 30 for the season. He was then named in the 2011-12 PFA Championship Team of the Year, along with team mates Adam Lallana and Kelvin Davis. He finished the season with 31 goals, 27 in the league, as Saints clinched promotion to the Premier League, earning him the Southampton Fans' Player of the Season award for the second time in three years.[52] He scored on his first ever Premier League appearance, scoring just minutes after replacing Jay Rodriguez as a substitute against Manchester City. This goal meant that Lambert joined a select group of players who have scored in all 4 League divisions. He followed this up with the opening goal in a game against Manchester United. He later grabbed two goals in Southampton's first league win of the season, a 4-1 victory over Aston Villa. He's currently on 5 goals in the PL.......not bad for a lumbering lump....Ssshhhuuusss hhh[/p][/quote]Like very much! Top post! We have to remember that the skates are best at shooting off their mouths with no substance and know nothing about football! STID st1halo
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1:26pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort)

I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans.

Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February

On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them)

That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity.

I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
Blah blah blah! Tuned out after the first sentence! Nice try at being interesting!
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]Blah blah blah! Tuned out after the first sentence! Nice try at being interesting! Bring back Branfoot
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1:26pm Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.
they have delia and we have lucy pinder
no contest.

two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.
Does this make you two 'Delia Smith's pair of k.......'?


(You already knew where that was going, didn't you? I had better leave it there.)
The status of cooks in society is actually outrageous. These are people that are paid to heat food up. It literally isn’t rocket science. And yet we put them on a pedestal higher than the one we reserve for really important people like firemen or doctors or rock stars. In a sane world, Delia would be working in a Little Chef in Kettering churning out omelettes for hungry motorists. She certainly wouldn’t have published a best-selling book about how to boil a f***ing egg and own a football club.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.[/p][/quote]they have delia and we have lucy pinder no contest. two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.[/p][/quote]Does this make you two 'Delia Smith's pair of k.......'? (You already knew where that was going, didn't you? I had better leave it there.)[/p][/quote]The status of cooks in society is actually outrageous. These are people that are paid to heat food up. It literally isn’t rocket science. And yet we put them on a pedestal higher than the one we reserve for really important people like firemen or doctors or rock stars. In a sane world, Delia would be working in a Little Chef in Kettering churning out omelettes for hungry motorists. She certainly wouldn’t have published a best-selling book about how to boil a f***ing egg and own a football club. St Retford
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1:26pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich.
I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort)

I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans.

Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February

On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them)

That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity.

I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
Blah blah blah! Tuned out after the first sentence! Nice try at being interesting!
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]Blah blah blah! Tuned out after the first sentence! Nice try at being interesting! Bring back Branfoot
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1:27pm Tue 27 Nov 12

right back in the bar says...

GX Saint wrote:
BBC reckon we'll be unchanged. I hope so. All this stuff about saving players for the trip to Liverpool is nonsense - both games are worth 3 points and I think Norwich are a more important opponent to send away empty handed than Liverpool. Having said that, we can go above Liverpool if we beat Narg and Spurs beat Liverpool.
Lawro and Goran Ivanisovic both go 2-0 Saints. Can't argue with the result but I did a deal with fate for a 2-1 win yesterday so have to honour that.
If we play like Sunday and Spider and Jack Cork are on it, Norwich will be feeding off scraps. What can they do? If they play open we will cut them to ribbons. They will have to be organised and some to play tight against us when we have four attack minded players players who are all equally likely to score.
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: BBC reckon we'll be unchanged. I hope so. All this stuff about saving players for the trip to Liverpool is nonsense - both games are worth 3 points and I think Norwich are a more important opponent to send away empty handed than Liverpool. Having said that, we can go above Liverpool if we beat Narg and Spurs beat Liverpool. Lawro and Goran Ivanisovic both go 2-0 Saints. Can't argue with the result but I did a deal with fate for a 2-1 win yesterday so have to honour that.[/p][/quote]If we play like Sunday and Spider and Jack Cork are on it, Norwich will be feeding off scraps. What can they do? If they play open we will cut them to ribbons. They will have to be organised and some to play tight against us when we have four attack minded players players who are all equally likely to score. right back in the bar
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1:33pm Tue 27 Nov 12

saintkenny says...

on the ball city never mind the danger wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt
just hope for southamptons sake mate that fatty holt does not score i think your backline will have a torrid time he will bully chase EXPECT A HARD GAME

CAN LAMBERT MATCH HIS 15 GOALS LAST I THINK NOT GOOD LUCK YOU WILL NEED IT ON THE BALL CITY
& UP THE POMPEY BOYS 6.57 THAT WILL BE THERE WEDNESDAY
lets see how you cope with are front four ,everton **** all over you we will to but take are chances chelsea 4 norwich 1 .norwich 2 liverpool 5 .fulham 5 norwich 0 .that was a hard game for these 3 14 goals in 3 games ,not very good .coming to us at a good time .be a point behind you after
[quote][p][bold]on the ball city never mind the danger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: I know which one I'd rather have playing for us and the answer is not fatty Holt[/p][/quote]just hope for southamptons sake mate that fatty holt does not score i think your backline will have a torrid time he will bully chase EXPECT A HARD GAME CAN LAMBERT MATCH HIS 15 GOALS LAST I THINK NOT GOOD LUCK YOU WILL NEED IT ON THE BALL CITY & UP THE POMPEY BOYS 6.57 THAT WILL BE THERE WEDNESDAY[/p][/quote]lets see how you cope with are front four ,everton **** all over you we will to but take are chances chelsea 4 norwich 1 .norwich 2 liverpool 5 .fulham 5 norwich 0 .that was a hard game for these 3 14 goals in 3 games ,not very good .coming to us at a good time .be a point behind you after saintkenny
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1:33pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Taoboy wrote:
It's still lost on me why skates might wish to antagonize saints. As for the requirement that you need to understand football to appreciate it, it would only apply only if you could say that you could not appreciate skilled artistry and consummate performance where ever it appears.
Real talent makes us stick our necks up like a certain bunch of credulous meerkats. I firmly expect to be in my seat tomorrow night meerkat like enjoying every minute.COYS
Samae as that!

STID
[quote][p][bold]Taoboy[/bold] wrote: It's still lost on me why skates might wish to antagonize saints. As for the requirement that you need to understand football to appreciate it, it would only apply only if you could say that you could not appreciate skilled artistry and consummate performance where ever it appears. Real talent makes us stick our necks up like a certain bunch of credulous meerkats. I firmly expect to be in my seat tomorrow night meerkat like enjoying every minute.COYS[/p][/quote]Samae as that! STID st1halo
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1:34pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

st1halo wrote:
Taoboy wrote:
It's still lost on me why skates might wish to antagonize saints. As for the requirement that you need to understand football to appreciate it, it would only apply only if you could say that you could not appreciate skilled artistry and consummate performance where ever it appears.
Real talent makes us stick our necks up like a certain bunch of credulous meerkats. I firmly expect to be in my seat tomorrow night meerkat like enjoying every minute.COYS
Samae as that!

STID
Sorry ,same as that!!!
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taoboy[/bold] wrote: It's still lost on me why skates might wish to antagonize saints. As for the requirement that you need to understand football to appreciate it, it would only apply only if you could say that you could not appreciate skilled artistry and consummate performance where ever it appears. Real talent makes us stick our necks up like a certain bunch of credulous meerkats. I firmly expect to be in my seat tomorrow night meerkat like enjoying every minute.COYS[/p][/quote]Samae as that! STID[/p][/quote]Sorry ,same as that!!! st1halo
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1:37pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

I am declaring this thread to be off limits to Saints posters, and open house for the rest of you, starting from now.
I am declaring this thread to be off limits to Saints posters, and open house for the rest of you, starting from now. SaintDon13
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1:42pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.
they have delia and we have lucy pinder
no contest.

two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.
Does this make you two 'Delia Smith's pair of k.......'?


(You already knew where that was going, didn't you? I had better leave it there.)
The status of cooks in society is actually outrageous. These are people that are paid to heat food up. It literally isn’t rocket science. And yet we put them on a pedestal higher than the one we reserve for really important people like firemen or doctors or rock stars. In a sane world, Delia would be working in a Little Chef in Kettering churning out omelettes for hungry motorists. She certainly wouldn’t have published a best-selling book about how to boil a f***ing egg and own a football club.
Yep, with you on that.

Fireman Sam, Doctor House and David St. Hubbins are all superior beings to Delia, yet none has written a book about eggs nor owns a football club.

That's precisely why we all have to keep fighting against social injustice, capitalism and classism.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.[/p][/quote]they have delia and we have lucy pinder no contest. two up front looks good, and tackling from behind is legal again as far as i'm concerned.[/p][/quote]Does this make you two 'Delia Smith's pair of k.......'? (You already knew where that was going, didn't you? I had better leave it there.)[/p][/quote]The status of cooks in society is actually outrageous. These are people that are paid to heat food up. It literally isn’t rocket science. And yet we put them on a pedestal higher than the one we reserve for really important people like firemen or doctors or rock stars. In a sane world, Delia would be working in a Little Chef in Kettering churning out omelettes for hungry motorists. She certainly wouldn’t have published a best-selling book about how to boil a f***ing egg and own a football club.[/p][/quote]Yep, with you on that. Fireman Sam, Doctor House and David St. Hubbins are all superior beings to Delia, yet none has written a book about eggs nor owns a football club. That's precisely why we all have to keep fighting against social injustice, capitalism and classism. Strasbourg Saint
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1:47pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.”

Whenever that moron OTBC posts on here I always think back to that time she was on the pitch at one of their games absolutely priceless. Never really had a problem with Norwich tho a couple of my Uni mates supported them and I remember a really decent away day there when we reached the play-offs. But like you say cannot stand that woman
Was that the 'Les be avin u' Day!
She's an embarrasment!
We'll have to make up a song for her at SMS!
Does she go to away games!?


STID
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.” Whenever that moron OTBC posts on here I always think back to that time she was on the pitch at one of their games absolutely priceless. Never really had a problem with Norwich tho a couple of my Uni mates supported them and I remember a really decent away day there when we reached the play-offs. But like you say cannot stand that woman[/p][/quote]Was that the 'Les be avin u' Day! She's an embarrasment! We'll have to make up a song for her at SMS! Does she go to away games!? STID st1halo
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1:52pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

That's the one can't remember who they were playing tho. No need for a song about her tho. I was disapointed that on Sat there was no song along the lines of ' How 5hit must you be, we've kept a clean sheet'. Tried getting it going at the back of the Northam when waiting to go out but nobody joined in :(
That's the one can't remember who they were playing tho. No need for a song about her tho. I was disapointed that on Sat there was no song along the lines of ' How 5hit must you be, we've kept a clean sheet'. Tried getting it going at the back of the Northam when waiting to go out but nobody joined in :( SO50 Saint
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1:54pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

Cheapshot wrote:
Jesus! Skunts are out in force today!
Seventh-junction, they seem to have it in for you. Sssssssshhhhhhhhhh!

What would be great is if you had to put your Saints membership/season ticket number in to create an account....then you would know that you are only dealing with real Saints fans...
Now THAT'S an idea!


STID
[quote][p][bold]Cheapshot[/bold] wrote: Jesus! Skunts are out in force today! Seventh-junction, they seem to have it in for you. Sssssssshhhhhhhhhh! What would be great is if you had to put your Saints membership/season ticket number in to create an account....then you would know that you are only dealing with real Saints fans...[/p][/quote]Now THAT'S an idea! STID st1halo
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1:56pm Tue 27 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks!
I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks! redandy10
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2:08pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Cheapshot says...

redandy10 wrote:
I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks!
The problem with that is the 3 mentioned above are skates, and intent on starting arguments and nothing else....they haven't got an opinion to give...that's why they get abuse! And by the sounds of it you receive the same treatment...must be the way you bring your opinion across?

Just my opinion!

COYR...I also love boobs.
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks![/p][/quote]The problem with that is the 3 mentioned above are skates, and intent on starting arguments and nothing else....they haven't got an opinion to give...that's why they get abuse! And by the sounds of it you receive the same treatment...must be the way you bring your opinion across? Just my opinion! COYR...I also love boobs. Cheapshot
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2:13pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

redandy10 wrote:
I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks!
?????

Please remind us which posts above are rude and which posters above are rude. It's been a long day and I'm only half way through checking a legal document for errors.

Moreover, why are you defending the three people who are the chief antagonists and, when replied to, deserve all they get from those who don't observe the shhhhhhhhhhhhh campaign?
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks![/p][/quote]????? Please remind us which posts above are rude and which posters above are rude. It's been a long day and I'm only half way through checking a legal document for errors. Moreover, why are you defending the three people who are the chief antagonists and, when replied to, deserve all they get from those who don't observe the shhhhhhhhhhhhh campaign? Strasbourg Saint
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2:17pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

I would say that those people you have mentioned red ruin this website by posting so much rubbish that the proper Saints fans have to scroll through it before being able to comment.
I would say that those people you have mentioned red ruin this website by posting so much rubbish that the proper Saints fans have to scroll through it before being able to comment. SO50 Saint
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2:21pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

redandy10 wrote:
I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks!
I'd agree with your sentiment "This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints"
Unfortunately, if you check through the last months worth of posts from Kent, BBB and SoDom they are just name calling!
Myself, I am not a happy clapper, or a doomngloomer and make it clear that for me the club comes first, not the personalities there. I have voiced my opinions about Guly (I dont think he's good enough at this level) and NA (I worry about his tactics) and (apart from Tbourba really) have never been rude to anyone. I don't put people down for their opinion or call them skates when clearly they are not. I had some good banter going with the skate 'Nomore glory' and even a bit with bluewhiteand inbred but I don't think the others are skates, just wums. If it WAS football banter I would enjoy it but it's just playground dross!!!


STID
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks![/p][/quote]I'd agree with your sentiment "This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints" Unfortunately, if you check through the last months worth of posts from Kent, BBB and SoDom they are just name calling! Myself, I am not a happy clapper, or a doomngloomer and make it clear that for me the club comes first, not the personalities there. I have voiced my opinions about Guly (I dont think he's good enough at this level) and NA (I worry about his tactics) and (apart from Tbourba really) have never been rude to anyone. I don't put people down for their opinion or call them skates when clearly they are not. I had some good banter going with the skate 'Nomore glory' and even a bit with bluewhiteand inbred but I don't think the others are skates, just wums. If it WAS football banter I would enjoy it but it's just playground dross!!! STID st1halo
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2:24pm Tue 27 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

kent141 wrote:
Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..
a bit like micky quinn.who ate all the pies then.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..[/p][/quote]a bit like micky quinn.who ate all the pies then. CB FRY LIVES
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2:25pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

I had some good banter going with the skate 'Nomore glory' and even a bit with bluewhiteand inbred but I don't think the others are skates, just wums. If it WAS football banter I would enjoy it but it's just playground dross!!!

Nail on Head well said I also agree with your statement about Adkins he really amazes me at times with subs etc although the last 3 games have all been excellent imo.
I had some good banter going with the skate 'Nomore glory' and even a bit with bluewhiteand inbred but I don't think the others are skates, just wums. If it WAS football banter I would enjoy it but it's just playground dross!!! Nail on Head well said I also agree with your statement about Adkins he really amazes me at times with subs etc although the last 3 games have all been excellent imo. SO50 Saint
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2:27pm Tue 27 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
NC isn't ruthless enough.he would be better off running the bank of england and we would be better off with that canadian geezer just appointed to said job running us.COYR
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]NC isn't ruthless enough.he would be better off running the bank of england and we would be better off with that canadian geezer just appointed to said job running us.COYR CB FRY LIVES
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2:32pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Didnt that Turkey Mush come from that neck of the Woods!
Didnt that Turkey Mush come from that neck of the Woods! Fatty x Ford Worker
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2:32pm Tue 27 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

redandy10 wrote:
I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks!
trouble is the ones you mention are definitely not saints fans,and some pose as saints fans and think they're very clever don't they. ;o)
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: I defy anybody with an IQ in the three digits, to visit this site and not immediatly adopt an air superiority over the prats who regurly post on here! The so called 'happy clappers' are a joke and should be treated as such! I for one enjoy watching them get brought down a peg or two by Kent, BBB and dominatrix. This should be an open forum for anybody to voice their opinion on Saints. Not for a select few to go round being rude to people they don,t agree with! A taste of your own medicine, me thinks![/p][/quote]trouble is the ones you mention are definitely not saints fans,and some pose as saints fans and think they're very clever don't they. ;o) angus mc coatup
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2:35pm Tue 27 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

Southampton Dominance wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy.

Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey!

As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed!
Strasbourg, judging by the amount of time you spend on this oasis of stupidity, would I be correct in thinking that the unemployment levels in France, are quite high?
There will be one more unemployed french footballer when our very own MORGAN SPYDERMAN is picked for LES BLEUS.ALLEZ VOUS LES ROUGES.
[quote][p][bold]Southampton Dominance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]I hope that has got that off of your chest, Billy. Regarding the use of English, 'proofreading' is all one word, but hey! As an aside (with no offence intended to anyone), when I worked in London, I once asked a colleague if they could poofread (error intended) one of my documents. It happened that she was a lesbian. How we laughed![/p][/quote]Strasbourg, judging by the amount of time you spend on this oasis of stupidity, would I be correct in thinking that the unemployment levels in France, are quite high?[/p][/quote]There will be one more unemployed french footballer when our very own MORGAN SPYDERMAN is picked for LES BLEUS.ALLEZ VOUS LES ROUGES. CB FRY LIVES
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2:41pm Tue 27 Nov 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

Dickosfc wrote:
I think he’ll start with the same team. In my opinion this is a more winnable game than Liverpool away (depending on which Liverpool turn up). I may be wrong but I think whatever happens tonight, we’ll be back in the bottom 3. Nigel will want to quickly get back out and a home game against a team likely to be around us will take precedence.
Bang on.Norwich will be there for the taking but having said that we must not be complacent like we were against Wigan.In Alan Pardew's first season at ST MARYS we played some cracking football in our games against them and got the upper hand.We must win tomorrow to keep the momentum going.I wonder if ANDREW SURMAN will get a run out for the CANARIES.Yet another great product from the southampton youth set up.Mind you lets hope his team goes back to east anglia empty handed.COYR
[quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: I think he’ll start with the same team. In my opinion this is a more winnable game than Liverpool away (depending on which Liverpool turn up). I may be wrong but I think whatever happens tonight, we’ll be back in the bottom 3. Nigel will want to quickly get back out and a home game against a team likely to be around us will take precedence.[/p][/quote]Bang on.Norwich will be there for the taking but having said that we must not be complacent like we were against Wigan.In Alan Pardew's first season at ST MARYS we played some cracking football in our games against them and got the upper hand.We must win tomorrow to keep the momentum going.I wonder if ANDREW SURMAN will get a run out for the CANARIES.Yet another great product from the southampton youth set up.Mind you lets hope his team goes back to east anglia empty handed.COYR CB FRY LIVES
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2:41pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
I had some good banter going with the skate 'Nomore glory' and even a bit with bluewhiteand inbred but I don't think the others are skates, just wums. If it WAS football banter I would enjoy it but it's just playground dross!!!

Nail on Head well said I also agree with your statement about Adkins he really amazes me at times with subs etc although the last 3 games have all been excellent imo.
I really like Adkins, he is so professional, he doesn't get drawn into criticising decisions when in interview, or blame people, he takes the flak and gets on with the job, he protects the players and remains positive. He needs and we owe him time to find his feet, he certainly seems to have realised (over the last 3 games) that stability at the back is essential and that like for like subs is best particularly when in the ascendancy and you have a stranglehold on the game!
I would love for him to become our SAF but I would not stick with him regardless as some have said as, for me, the club comes first.


STID
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I had some good banter going with the skate 'Nomore glory' and even a bit with bluewhiteand inbred but I don't think the others are skates, just wums. If it WAS football banter I would enjoy it but it's just playground dross!!! Nail on Head well said I also agree with your statement about Adkins he really amazes me at times with subs etc although the last 3 games have all been excellent imo.[/p][/quote]I really like Adkins, he is so professional, he doesn't get drawn into criticising decisions when in interview, or blame people, he takes the flak and gets on with the job, he protects the players and remains positive. He needs and we owe him time to find his feet, he certainly seems to have realised (over the last 3 games) that stability at the back is essential and that like for like subs is best particularly when in the ascendancy and you have a stranglehold on the game! I would love for him to become our SAF but I would not stick with him regardless as some have said as, for me, the club comes first. STID st1halo
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2:48pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Completely agree and I get the feeling Di Matteo may just be waiting for our next downturn in fortunes before coming in but at the moment the football is fantastic and we are doing it in the best league in the world long my that continue
Completely agree and I get the feeling Di Matteo may just be waiting for our next downturn in fortunes before coming in but at the moment the football is fantastic and we are doing it in the best league in the world long my that continue SO50 Saint
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3:01pm Tue 27 Nov 12

St Retford says...

I think Di Matteo might have his sights set slightly higher than Saints. Which is fine as I don't want anyone but Nigel.
I think Di Matteo might have his sights set slightly higher than Saints. Which is fine as I don't want anyone but Nigel. St Retford
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3:02pm Tue 27 Nov 12

st1halo says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Completely agree and I get the feeling Di Matteo may just be waiting for our next downturn in fortunes before coming in but at the moment the football is fantastic and we are doing it in the best league in the world long my that continue
The football is definitely top draw, it's the best I have ever seen Saints play, real flair and purpose about it. I'm surprised they didn't all get drug tested after Sunday!! Maybe If NA had been a bit more experienced we would have secured other results too. Even the press are saying we play the most entertaining football in the league! When have we ever heard that!
I like the positivity coming from both the club and the fans and the atmosphere at SMS but what really excites me is.... the best is yet to come!!!

STID
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Completely agree and I get the feeling Di Matteo may just be waiting for our next downturn in fortunes before coming in but at the moment the football is fantastic and we are doing it in the best league in the world long my that continue[/p][/quote]The football is definitely top draw, it's the best I have ever seen Saints play, real flair and purpose about it. I'm surprised they didn't all get drug tested after Sunday!! Maybe If NA had been a bit more experienced we would have secured other results too. Even the press are saying we play the most entertaining football in the league! When have we ever heard that! I like the positivity coming from both the club and the fans and the atmosphere at SMS but what really excites me is.... the best is yet to come!!! STID st1halo
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3:03pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Quite possibly Retford but it's just a case of if something actually becomes available
Quite possibly Retford but it's just a case of if something actually becomes available SO50 Saint
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3:04pm Tue 27 Nov 12

costa gaz says...

Once again a story gets hijacked by the usual suspects attempting to out-funny each other.
Very boring.. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
Stick to the football please or go to facebook and carry on with this hilarious banter between yourselves.
Once again a story gets hijacked by the usual suspects attempting to out-funny each other. Very boring.. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Stick to the football please or go to facebook and carry on with this hilarious banter between yourselves. costa gaz
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3:08pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Just been having a look at the league table and IF we can win all 3 home games from now til christmas we should be in a very decent position in the league. Just hope we can deliver on that because the 2 away games after Christmas will both be very difficult
Just been having a look at the league table and IF we can win all 3 home games from now til christmas we should be in a very decent position in the league. Just hope we can deliver on that because the 2 away games after Christmas will both be very difficult SO50 Saint
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3:22pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Alicesdad says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.”

Whenever that moron OTBC posts on here I always think back to that time she was on the pitch at one of their games absolutely priceless. Never really had a problem with Norwich tho a couple of my Uni mates supported them and I remember a really decent away day there when we reached the play-offs. But like you say cannot stand that woman
I used to love gin soaked Mums at school nativity plays. Until the teachers realised my daughter had left the school seven years earlier.
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Anyway, let's cut to the chase: does anyone else get really, really irritated by the sight of Delia Smith at the football? She's always on telly, clapping along like a gin-soaked mum at a school nativity play every time Grant Holt scrambles one over the line. She so 'jolly hockey sticks' about the whole thing, isn't she? Dreadful woman.” Whenever that moron OTBC posts on here I always think back to that time she was on the pitch at one of their games absolutely priceless. Never really had a problem with Norwich tho a couple of my Uni mates supported them and I remember a really decent away day there when we reached the play-offs. But like you say cannot stand that woman[/p][/quote]I used to love gin soaked Mums at school nativity plays. Until the teachers realised my daughter had left the school seven years earlier. Alicesdad
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3:30pm Tue 27 Nov 12

up saints says...

St Retford wrote:
I think Di Matteo might have his sights set slightly higher than Saints. Which is fine as I don't want anyone but Nigel.
i hope and think your right but i have a slight worry with the italian connection
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I think Di Matteo might have his sights set slightly higher than Saints. Which is fine as I don't want anyone but Nigel.[/p][/quote]i hope and think your right but i have a slight worry with the italian connection up saints
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3:31pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Dickosfc says...

CB FRY LIVES wrote:
Dickosfc wrote: I think he’ll start with the same team. In my opinion this is a more winnable game than Liverpool away (depending on which Liverpool turn up). I may be wrong but I think whatever happens tonight, we’ll be back in the bottom 3. Nigel will want to quickly get back out and a home game against a team likely to be around us will take precedence.
Bang on.Norwich will be there for the taking but having said that we must not be complacent like we were against Wigan.In Alan Pardew's first season at ST MARYS we played some cracking football in our games against them and got the upper hand.We must win tomorrow to keep the momentum going.I wonder if ANDREW SURMAN will get a run out for the CANARIES.Yet another great product from the southampton youth set up.Mind you lets hope his team goes back to east anglia empty handed.COYR
Thats a good point about Surman. His circumstances for leaving were unfortunate. He loved playing for Saints but we obviously needed the money at the time. The pessimist in me would say he’s bound to score if he plays – Walcott , Bale and Dyer all have
[quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: I think he’ll start with the same team. In my opinion this is a more winnable game than Liverpool away (depending on which Liverpool turn up). I may be wrong but I think whatever happens tonight, we’ll be back in the bottom 3. Nigel will want to quickly get back out and a home game against a team likely to be around us will take precedence.[/p][/quote]Bang on.Norwich will be there for the taking but having said that we must not be complacent like we were against Wigan.In Alan Pardew's first season at ST MARYS we played some cracking football in our games against them and got the upper hand.We must win tomorrow to keep the momentum going.I wonder if ANDREW SURMAN will get a run out for the CANARIES.Yet another great product from the southampton youth set up.Mind you lets hope his team goes back to east anglia empty handed.COYR[/p][/quote]Thats a good point about Surman. His circumstances for leaving were unfortunate. He loved playing for Saints but we obviously needed the money at the time. The pessimist in me would say he’s bound to score if he plays – Walcott , Bale and Dyer all have Dickosfc
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3:34pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SO50 Saint says...

Should be quite decent odds for first goalscorer though should Surman if he starts. I can't ever back an opposition player tho
Should be quite decent odds for first goalscorer though should Surman if he starts. I can't ever back an opposition player tho SO50 Saint
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3:45pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

up saints wrote:
St Retford wrote: I think Di Matteo might have his sights set slightly higher than Saints. Which is fine as I don't want anyone but Nigel.
i hope and think your right but i have a slight worry with the italian connection
He's on £60k a week for the rest of his 2 year contract unless he lands a new job. No severance package. Quite clever of Chelsea but I guess they are old hands at this now.

Anyway, my point is Robby is in a dilemma as it means he has to take a pay cut if he gets anything but the most well paid job. But sitting at home for 2 years isn't going to keep him fresh in chairmen's minds.

If Chelsea win the world club championship with what is effectively di matteo's team his professional pride may take over and he'll take a job.

But there won't be one on offer down here. Next seat to get vacated could be Sunderland. Otherwise, perhaps Italy or the former CCCP
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I think Di Matteo might have his sights set slightly higher than Saints. Which is fine as I don't want anyone but Nigel.[/p][/quote]i hope and think your right but i have a slight worry with the italian connection[/p][/quote]He's on £60k a week for the rest of his 2 year contract unless he lands a new job. No severance package. Quite clever of Chelsea but I guess they are old hands at this now. Anyway, my point is Robby is in a dilemma as it means he has to take a pay cut if he gets anything but the most well paid job. But sitting at home for 2 years isn't going to keep him fresh in chairmen's minds. If Chelsea win the world club championship with what is effectively di matteo's team his professional pride may take over and he'll take a job. But there won't be one on offer down here. Next seat to get vacated could be Sunderland. Otherwise, perhaps Italy or the former CCCP GX Saint
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3:53pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Velleity says...

GX Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho
yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night
The blue end of the M25 is an interesting concept.
Surely it should be "The Bell end of the M27"
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]You won't know until you give it a go December 14 is coming Yo ho ho ho[/p][/quote]yes strasbourg i agree with part of your post but if i say something that is my opinion people here have the right to question it not jump and say if you don't like it support the blue end of the m25.i do like you get board with the saying taxi for adkins and orange but as i said before if saints fans take the bait it is laughable in my opinoin.if i was a portsmouth fan i would be to embarrassed to come on here.as for guly better not go down that road save that for tomorrow as he will be in the squad. the only fact can come up that all saints fans will agree is 3 points please wednesday night[/p][/quote]The blue end of the M25 is an interesting concept.[/p][/quote]Surely it should be "The Bell end of the M27" Velleity
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4:28pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Taunton Saint says...

yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12)

Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool.

Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points

Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!!
yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12) Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool. Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!! Taunton Saint
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5:33pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Beer Monster says...

GX Saint wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
seventh-junction wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha
Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol!
oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,
With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel!
No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive
Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record.
Like this, it's our office Xmas meal that day too :-)

Used to like drinking with the Sheff Wed fans when they came to visit - always good banter with them
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Anyone know how many minutes there are between 11.41 and 11.56? I make it 15 minutes, enough time to make a lovely cup of tea and a sandwich. I can't believe there are still children out there that can't tell the time. wha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]Well! How’s your snout after that? Hurting? Like your pride is! lol shhhhhhhhhh! lol Bye! Carol![/p][/quote]oh and here he is on his other log in, very clever to have two and post away, genius,[/p][/quote]With that logic you must me seventh junction! Or should I say Carol Borderman! If not, sorry junction, you just caught some more shrapnel![/p][/quote]No mate, quite seperate. However you and ya mate Southampton Dominance Posts are very similar in both tone, logic and inane rubbish, so my view is entirely logical (I can't wait for the "hilarious" retort) I have posted before that I have no isssue debating Football with anyone, I went to QPR with a QPR supporting mate and sat in the home end as we had sold out, had a good day with the QPR fans. Likewise I had a Newcastle mate at St Mary's who will host me at the return game in February On the way down to the Swansea home game my train was from Cardiff full of Swansea fans had a beer, a chat and met up with them again on the way home (theycouldn't beleive the reaction that the Saints fans gave to Adkins before that game nor could QPR before we even started smashing them) That is football, that is debate, and fun, you and your ilk are pathetic, no ability to put an argument together instead just end up pathetic name calling at every oppertunity. I won't even wish you well on the 14.12 people like you seriously make me hope you don't survive[/p][/quote]Good stuff Taunton. Ironic if skates and Saints both finish on 14.12.12 - for them it's a date, for us it's our closing WDL record.[/p][/quote]Like this, it's our office Xmas meal that day too :-) Used to like drinking with the Sheff Wed fans when they came to visit - always good banter with them Beer Monster
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5:34pm Tue 27 Nov 12

kent141 says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12)

Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool.

Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points

Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!!
Lots of tickets still available for the big game tomorrow ....
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12) Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool. Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!![/p][/quote]Lots of tickets still available for the big game tomorrow .... kent141
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5:36pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Meribelsaint says...

Taunton Saint wrote:
yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12)

Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool.

Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points

Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!!
I agree that we should field our best team tomorrow. Norwich are well organised and will be tough to break down. Lets try and get this game won first and then worry about Liverpool. If we do beat Norwich then maybe with the confidence of winning 3 on the spin we'll be able to nick something at the weekend.
COYR
[quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12) Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool. Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!![/p][/quote]I agree that we should field our best team tomorrow. Norwich are well organised and will be tough to break down. Lets try and get this game won first and then worry about Liverpool. If we do beat Norwich then maybe with the confidence of winning 3 on the spin we'll be able to nick something at the weekend. COYR Meribelsaint
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5:52pm Tue 27 Nov 12

slugger says...

no disrespect to grant holt (he's done terrific imo) but rickie is a for more complete player who will score two goals tomorrow night along with another clean sheet .
no disrespect to grant holt (he's done terrific imo) but rickie is a for more complete player who will score two goals tomorrow night along with another clean sheet . slugger
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6:00pm Tue 27 Nov 12

GX Saint says...

slugger wrote:
no disrespect to grant holt (he's done terrific imo) but rickie is a for more complete player who will score two goals tomorrow night along with another clean sheet .
Kent dreams of a clean sheet, but then he wakes up and ... it's happened again
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: no disrespect to grant holt (he's done terrific imo) but rickie is a for more complete player who will score two goals tomorrow night along with another clean sheet .[/p][/quote]Kent dreams of a clean sheet, but then he wakes up and ... it's happened again GX Saint
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6:02pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Confucious says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
up saints wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.
i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.
"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion."

Not true! (imo!)

The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment.

For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........


....... a few things you need to remember.

Others are entitled to:
1. challenge your point of view.
2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better.
3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.)
4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it.
5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc......

Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?
I agree with everything you said here apart from the bit about my "dreadful poem" which is astonishingly ill informed. Reminded me of a very thick London cabbie who told me "Sartre's plays are much better than his philosophy mate. That existentialism is just massive b*llocks."

Also, you have obviously not read my poem "Ajar at Last!" - acclaimed as unique in the history of verse as it is the only ode ever known to be written about a tin opener.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: Apparently I've been warned that some of my comments have upset fellow users! I presume calling you a **** Kent or telling everyone the blindingly obvious didn't go down well. My humblest apologies! What a joke. This site is full of 75% nonsense, 1% logical and informative posts and 24%WUM skunts. And don't get me started on the fact none of you can actually spell, use a full stop properly or have any grasp of punctuation and grammar. The Echo journalists are just as bad. Whoever does the proof reading then allows an article to appear about some bloke called Waclott of Arsenal needs to grab their P45. Liebherr and Cortese are the best thing to happen to this club in all eternity. Those who are scared of the big time and have no concept of ruthless business practice please keep moaning about NC. Those with half a brain cell should support him and whatever he does. See you Wednesday.[/p][/quote]i can't comment on what you said yesterday and not going to scrool through 300 plus posts to find out.the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion.if you have one you automatically support the blue end of the m27.[/p][/quote]"the problem here is that everyone is right and no one is allowed a negative opinion." Not true! (imo!) The problem arises when people post over and over again the same FACTLESS NEGATIVE (stress intended) comment. For example, you and a number of others have a problem with Guly. Fine, you're entitled to believe he's rubbish, not worthy of selection. Heck, you're even entitled to suggest he gets selected because of some strange NC team-selection policy if you wish. BUT ........ ....... a few things you need to remember. Others are entitled to: 1. challenge your point of view. 2. suggest you might not be seeing the whole picture and your criticism is disproportionate alongside any lack of criticism of other 'favourites' who might have played no better. 3. question whether it's right to moan about (and more specifically AT) a Saints player who is playing for the team. (I accept a player who disrespects the shirt or says he doesn't want to play for the team doesn't have the right to expect support from the terraces/stands.) 4. tell you that, having made your point, you don't need to go on and on about it. 5. point out that, in fact, his contributions in most Prem games this season have so far been okay. His endless running at Man City tired their defence sufficiently to enable Rickie to come on and (for a time) change the game etc...... Like most of us on here, you are clearly passionate about The Saints and fully behind the team. So let's just agree that we are allowed to hold different views as well as similar ones. For example, I think Confucious’s poem earlier was dreadful; lacking charm, imagination and structure. Then again, what do I know about poetry?[/p][/quote]I agree with everything you said here apart from the bit about my "dreadful poem" which is astonishingly ill informed. Reminded me of a very thick London cabbie who told me "Sartre's plays are much better than his philosophy mate. That existentialism is just massive b*llocks." Also, you have obviously not read my poem "Ajar at Last!" - acclaimed as unique in the history of verse as it is the only ode ever known to be written about a tin opener. Confucious
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6:07pm Tue 27 Nov 12

slugger says...

GX Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
no disrespect to grant holt (he's done terrific imo) but rickie is a for more complete player who will score two goals tomorrow night along with another clean sheet .
Kent dreams of a clean sheet, but then he wakes up and ... it's happened again
lol , can mummy not afford pull-ups i wonder ? ............ after trawling through some of the dross on here again i'm inclined to agree with a comment above ......... can we please not respond in any way to the wums directly or indirectly ...... i know i'm to blame also but if we all starve them of the oxygen they crave then they'll sod off .... cheers .
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: no disrespect to grant holt (he's done terrific imo) but rickie is a for more complete player who will score two goals tomorrow night along with another clean sheet .[/p][/quote]Kent dreams of a clean sheet, but then he wakes up and ... it's happened again[/p][/quote]lol , can mummy not afford pull-ups i wonder ? ............ after trawling through some of the dross on here again i'm inclined to agree with a comment above ......... can we please not respond in any way to the wums directly or indirectly ...... i know i'm to blame also but if we all starve them of the oxygen they crave then they'll sod off .... cheers . slugger
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6:58pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign.

2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace.

Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers).
Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign. 2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace. Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers). Baddesley Bill
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7:01pm Tue 27 Nov 12

slugger says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign.

2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace.

Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers).
directly nor indirectly ?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign. 2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace. Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers).[/p][/quote]directly nor indirectly ? slugger
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7:06pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SaintinCanada says...

kent141 wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote: yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12) Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool. Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!!
Lots of tickets still available for the big game tomorrow ....
A) Pompey aren't playing tomorrow, idiot.

B)There would be lots of tickets available if they were.
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taunton Saint[/bold] wrote: yeah sorry all for biting earlier but well, sometimes I just like to put them down (as I hope the high court does on the 14.12) Anyway, I think tomorrow is tough, personallypck the best and fittest team, get 3 points and then worry about Liverpool. Its a cliche but one game at atime, till we get enough points Can't make it down tomorrow night o cheer em on for me and Ill be there for Reading!![/p][/quote]Lots of tickets still available for the big game tomorrow ....[/p][/quote]A) Pompey aren't playing tomorrow, idiot. B)There would be lots of tickets available if they were. SaintinCanada
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7:23pm Tue 27 Nov 12

memush says...

Never mind the football--Delia may be comming---is the chef on the ball??
Never mind the football--Delia may be comming---is the chef on the ball?? memush
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7:35pm Tue 27 Nov 12

redandy10 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign.

2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace.

Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers).
Come off it Bill. I've seen those skates go after you a few times & you are never able to compete with them. So don't give it the big'un now! The hold me back routine doesn't really wash m8.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign. 2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace. Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers).[/p][/quote]Come off it Bill. I've seen those skates go after you a few times & you are never able to compete with them. So don't give it the big'un now! The hold me back routine doesn't really wash m8. redandy10
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7:39pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Velleity says...

redandy10 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign.

2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace.

Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers).
Come off it Bill. I've seen those skates go after you a few times & you are never able to compete with them. So don't give it the big'un now! The hold me back routine doesn't really wash m8.
Ssssshhhh. Redandy has form as a WUM, too.
[quote][p][bold]redandy10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: Despite the overwhelming smell of fish heads on here earlier...I will continue to abide by the shhhhhhh campaign. 2-0 Saints with a Lambo brace. Let's show Mr Clattenburg that we are the best fans in the league (assuming he doesn't make a serious bloopers).[/p][/quote]Come off it Bill. I've seen those skates go after you a few times & you are never able to compete with them. So don't give it the big'un now! The hold me back routine doesn't really wash m8.[/p][/quote]Ssssshhhh. Redandy has form as a WUM, too. Velleity
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7:52pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Velleity says...

And in case you doubt his WUMness, his form stretches to:

"The Saints fans who keep singing his name are a joke! I think they do it so they can get some attention from the national press, who usually mention that he has the backing of the fans. "

"My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. "

And the clincher:

"By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds."

WUM ALERT!

DO NOT RESPOND!

Ssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh
hhh.
And in case you doubt his WUMness, his form stretches to: "The Saints fans who keep singing his name are a joke! I think they do it so they can get some attention from the national press, who usually mention that he has the backing of the fans. " "My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. " And the clincher: "By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds." WUM ALERT! DO NOT RESPOND! Ssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh hhh. Velleity
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8:44pm Tue 27 Nov 12

SaintinCanada says...

Just watching Sunderland & QPR. With what I have seen so far, there's two teams I wouldn't worry about. HT 0-0

Saggy Chops will no doubt pad his pension though!
Just watching Sunderland & QPR. With what I have seen so far, there's two teams I wouldn't worry about. HT 0-0 Saggy Chops will no doubt pad his pension though! SaintinCanada
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9:02pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

SaintinCanada wrote:
Just watching Sunderland & QPR. With what I have seen so far, there's two teams I wouldn't worry about. HT 0-0

Saggy Chops will no doubt pad his pension though!
I'd be happy with two draws tonight. Fact is though...neither result will matter a fig if we can keep our recent form up.
[quote][p][bold]SaintinCanada[/bold] wrote: Just watching Sunderland & QPR. With what I have seen so far, there's two teams I wouldn't worry about. HT 0-0 Saggy Chops will no doubt pad his pension though![/p][/quote]I'd be happy with two draws tonight. Fact is though...neither result will matter a fig if we can keep our recent form up. Baddesley Bill
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9:06pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Taoboy says...

I would like to see mayuka or tadanari lee if RL needs to be rested. Both unknown quantities, so I would expect short exposure perhaps coz points are the real aim.
JWP too perhaps.
Luke Shaw is very reassuring to watch.
All together as one, COYS.
I would like to see mayuka or tadanari lee if RL needs to be rested. Both unknown quantities, so I would expect short exposure perhaps coz points are the real aim. JWP too perhaps. Luke Shaw is very reassuring to watch. All together as one, COYS. Taoboy
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9:06pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Velleity wrote:
And in case you doubt his WUMness, his form stretches to:

"The Saints fans who keep singing his name are a joke! I think they do it so they can get some attention from the national press, who usually mention that he has the backing of the fans. "

"My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. "

And the clincher:

"By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds."

WUM ALERT!

DO NOT RESPOND!

Ssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh

hhh.
I remember what you said in the Joshua Tree. Keep them honest mate, you are our eyes and ears.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: And in case you doubt his WUMness, his form stretches to: "The Saints fans who keep singing his name are a joke! I think they do it so they can get some attention from the national press, who usually mention that he has the backing of the fans. " "My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. " And the clincher: "By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds." WUM ALERT! DO NOT RESPOND! Ssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh hhh.[/p][/quote]I remember what you said in the Joshua Tree. Keep them honest mate, you are our eyes and ears. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:23pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

st1halo wrote:
SO50 Saint wrote:
Completely agree and I get the feeling Di Matteo may just be waiting for our next downturn in fortunes before coming in but at the moment the football is fantastic and we are doing it in the best league in the world long my that continue
The football is definitely top draw, it's the best I have ever seen Saints play, real flair and purpose about it. I'm surprised they didn't all get drug tested after Sunday!! Maybe If NA had been a bit more experienced we would have secured other results too. Even the press are saying we play the most entertaining football in the league! When have we ever heard that!
I like the positivity coming from both the club and the fans and the atmosphere at SMS but what really excites me is.... the best is yet to come!!!

STID
And therein lies the reason we want to keep NA. He has built a team and style that is some of the most entertaining football we've ever seen. Some of the inter play between Gaston and Adam was worthy of any team.
[quote][p][bold]st1halo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Completely agree and I get the feeling Di Matteo may just be waiting for our next downturn in fortunes before coming in but at the moment the football is fantastic and we are doing it in the best league in the world long my that continue[/p][/quote]The football is definitely top draw, it's the best I have ever seen Saints play, real flair and purpose about it. I'm surprised they didn't all get drug tested after Sunday!! Maybe If NA had been a bit more experienced we would have secured other results too. Even the press are saying we play the most entertaining football in the league! When have we ever heard that! I like the positivity coming from both the club and the fans and the atmosphere at SMS but what really excites me is.... the best is yet to come!!! STID[/p][/quote]And therein lies the reason we want to keep NA. He has built a team and style that is some of the most entertaining football we've ever seen. Some of the inter play between Gaston and Adam was worthy of any team. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:27pm Tue 27 Nov 12

slugger says...

watching villa/reading .... poor game .
watching villa/reading .... poor game . slugger
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9:34pm Tue 27 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link. dadofmy3sons
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9:37pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Bum, Villa score. Come on Reading square it up!
Bum, Villa score. Come on Reading square it up! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:46pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
[quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:01pm Tue 27 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Draws would have been best result tonight but it could have been worse. Tough game tomorrow night but winnable, players need to keep their belief for the full 90 mins and we should get the win............ Got to admit to a bit of pmt.
Coyr!
Draws would have been best result tonight but it could have been worse. Tough game tomorrow night but winnable, players need to keep their belief for the full 90 mins and we should get the win............ Got to admit to a bit of pmt. Coyr! ghk230473
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10:04pm Tue 27 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

A win tomorrow will take us up to 16th on 14 points.
Liverpool are away to Tottenham and a tricky game that they could easily lose.
Saturdays game will then become a bit more difficult for them as we would only be two points behind them and on a good run.
Funny old game football.
At the beginning of the season all Saints fans were saying we needed to buy back four players, Liverpool fans were saying they needed to buy strikers.
All the experts say build from the back.
Liverpool can not pull away because thay are not winning, just drawing.
They have won 3, the same as us.
We have scored 6 more goals than them, and we always look likely to score.
If we cut out the silly mistakes then we have a team to give anyone a good game.
I was really looking forward to this season and so far I have enjoyed the football we play.
Support the Saints, I know I do.
A win tomorrow will take us up to 16th on 14 points. Liverpool are away to Tottenham and a tricky game that they could easily lose. Saturdays game will then become a bit more difficult for them as we would only be two points behind them and on a good run. Funny old game football. At the beginning of the season all Saints fans were saying we needed to buy back four players, Liverpool fans were saying they needed to buy strikers. All the experts say build from the back. Liverpool can not pull away because thay are not winning, just drawing. They have won 3, the same as us. We have scored 6 more goals than them, and we always look likely to score. If we cut out the silly mistakes then we have a team to give anyone a good game. I was really looking forward to this season and so far I have enjoyed the football we play. Support the Saints, I know I do. dadofmy3sons
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10:09pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Saintsteve7 says...

I think we might see a new CB and possibly RB to cover for Clyne (Fraser suffered a set back I believe). A lot will depend on our form between now and the window opening as I do remember Nige saying in Aug he didn't envisage very much movement in Jan. I would be very surprised if that was still the case but you never know!

Only time will tell I guess but the players appear to be determined to show everyone they can hack it in the prem and don't want to be replaced. They are now beginning to show those fighting qualities we have all seen in the last couple of seasons.

Big game tomorrow night, 3 more points please gents! Coyr
I think we might see a new CB and possibly RB to cover for Clyne (Fraser suffered a set back I believe). A lot will depend on our form between now and the window opening as I do remember Nige saying in Aug he didn't envisage very much movement in Jan. I would be very surprised if that was still the case but you never know! Only time will tell I guess but the players appear to be determined to show everyone they can hack it in the prem and don't want to be replaced. They are now beginning to show those fighting qualities we have all seen in the last couple of seasons. Big game tomorrow night, 3 more points please gents! Coyr Saintsteve7
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10:09pm Tue 27 Nov 12

dadofmy3sons says...

Wrong!!!!
If we win by three clear goals we could go even higher than 16th.
I was just not being greedy.
Have to remember Wigan.
No complacency.
Norwich have a seasons more experience than us at this level and everyone knows how important that is

(yeah?).
Wrong!!!! If we win by three clear goals we could go even higher than 16th. I was just not being greedy. Have to remember Wigan. No complacency. Norwich have a seasons more experience than us at this level and everyone knows how important that is (yeah?). dadofmy3sons
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10:09pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Draws would have been best result tonight but it could have been worse. Tough game tomorrow night but winnable, players need to keep their belief for the full 90 mins and we should get the win............ Got to admit to a bit of pmt.
Coyr!
I forgive you some of your earlier rants ghk....
...the former Mrs Bill gave me grief when when the old pmt kicked in too! :O)
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: Draws would have been best result tonight but it could have been worse. Tough game tomorrow night but winnable, players need to keep their belief for the full 90 mins and we should get the win............ Got to admit to a bit of pmt. Coyr![/p][/quote]I forgive you some of your earlier rants ghk.... ...the former Mrs Bill gave me grief when when the old pmt kicked in too! :O) Baddesley Bill
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10:12pm Tue 27 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time. ghk230473
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10:20pm Tue 27 Nov 12

slugger says...

what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants !
what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants ! slugger
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10:22pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that?

Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that? Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:23pm Tue 27 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Draws would have been best result tonight but it could have been worse. Tough game tomorrow night but winnable, players need to keep their belief for the full 90 mins and we should get the win............ Got to admit to a bit of pmt.
Coyr!
I forgive you some of your earlier rants ghk....
...the former Mrs Bill gave me grief when when the old pmt kicked in too! :O)
If we play like Sunday rants are over!
What was the big deal about programme sellers? They looked fit to me.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: Draws would have been best result tonight but it could have been worse. Tough game tomorrow night but winnable, players need to keep their belief for the full 90 mins and we should get the win............ Got to admit to a bit of pmt. Coyr![/p][/quote]I forgive you some of your earlier rants ghk.... ...the former Mrs Bill gave me grief when when the old pmt kicked in too! :O)[/p][/quote]If we play like Sunday rants are over! What was the big deal about programme sellers? They looked fit to me. ghk230473
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10:31pm Tue 27 Nov 12

angus mc coatup says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
a few rumours about us and matt philips
saying saints lining up a 5 mill move in january.do we really need another
winger/midfielder.pr
obably rubbish but we did try for him in the last window.cos old holloway got his knickers in a twist over it.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]a few rumours about us and matt philips saying saints lining up a 5 mill move in january.do we really need another winger/midfielder.pr obably rubbish but we did try for him in the last window.cos old holloway got his knickers in a twist over it. angus mc coatup
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10:32pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Velleity wrote:
And in case you doubt his WUMness, his form stretches to:

"The Saints fans who keep singing his name are a joke! I think they do it so they can get some attention from the national press, who usually mention that he has the backing of the fans. "

"My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. "

And the clincher:

"By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds."

WUM ALERT!

DO NOT RESPOND!

Ssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh

hhh.
Thanks for the confirmation. I must admit I had wondered but don't have the 'keen as mustard' eyes that you have.

It struck me earlier this evening that, now it's impossible for the WUMs to have a go about the manager, formation, substitutions, players or, for that matter, the Don, their last opportunity is to have a go at the posters on here who have been (more or less) solidly behind NA, NC and the players.

So, I take the earlier comments moaning about the 'happy clappers' and the humour on here as something of a compliment.

Mind you, Confucious's poetry ........ I can see why people get upset!
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: And in case you doubt his WUMness, his form stretches to: "The Saints fans who keep singing his name are a joke! I think they do it so they can get some attention from the national press, who usually mention that he has the backing of the fans. " "My train of thought is that Nigel, a capable football league manager, isn't ready for the Premiership, yet. " And the clincher: "By the way, there's a little rumour doing the rounds that Nigel Adkins replaced all the massage tables in the changing room with sunbeds." WUM ALERT! DO NOT RESPOND! Ssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh hhh.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the confirmation. I must admit I had wondered but don't have the 'keen as mustard' eyes that you have. It struck me earlier this evening that, now it's impossible for the WUMs to have a go about the manager, formation, substitutions, players or, for that matter, the Don, their last opportunity is to have a go at the posters on here who have been (more or less) solidly behind NA, NC and the players. So, I take the earlier comments moaning about the 'happy clappers' and the humour on here as something of a compliment. Mind you, Confucious's poetry ........ I can see why people get upset! Strasbourg Saint
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10:38pm Tue 27 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that?

Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.
If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level.
I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward.
Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that? Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.[/p][/quote]If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level. I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward. Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity. ghk230473
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10:40pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

slugger wrote:
what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants !
Why is there a little, insy, winsy, tiny bit of me that hopes one of those four puts a decent run together?

Meanwhile, St Etienne have just dumped PSG (Zlatan et al) out of the French League Cup on penalties.

Throwing silly money at new signings beyond a sensible budget can't always buy lasting success but it can all end in tears.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants ![/p][/quote]Why is there a little, insy, winsy, tiny bit of me that hopes one of those four puts a decent run together? Meanwhile, St Etienne have just dumped PSG (Zlatan et al) out of the French League Cup on penalties. Throwing silly money at new signings beyond a sensible budget can't always buy lasting success but it can all end in tears. Strasbourg Saint
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10:40pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

slugger wrote:
what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants !
If we don't...you can eat mine too! :O)
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants ![/p][/quote]If we don't...you can eat mine too! :O) Baddesley Bill
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10:46pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that?

Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.
If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level.
I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward.
Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.
I'm not sure about Sharp.

I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that? Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.[/p][/quote]If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level. I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward. Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure about Sharp. I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:52pm Tue 27 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that?

Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.
If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level.
I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward.
Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.
I'm not sure about Sharp.

I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.
Forgot about steveeeeee, he's gotta go.
I want to like sharp and he is good but is he premier class? (all right footed) Also I think he's a confidence player and can't handle a lengthy time on the bench
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that? Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.[/p][/quote]If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level. I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward. Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure about Sharp. I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.[/p][/quote]Forgot about steveeeeee, he's gotta go. I want to like sharp and he is good but is he premier class? (all right footed) Also I think he's a confidence player and can't handle a lengthy time on the bench ghk230473
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10:53pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
slugger wrote:
what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants !
If we don't...you can eat mine too! :O)
He'll pop!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants ![/p][/quote]If we don't...you can eat mine too! :O)[/p][/quote]He'll pop! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:56pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that?

Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.
If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level.
I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward.
Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.
I'm not sure about Sharp.

I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.
Real shame about Steeeeeve. When I first saw him play in a pre-season game (Baggies I think), he twisted and turned their defence all over the place. Alas...I agree he stuggles to make an impression at this level.
Agree that Sharp could still have a place in the squad....natural poacher.
Off on a tangent...Good to see that Deano is making his mark at Brighton...big respect for him.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that? Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.[/p][/quote]If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level. I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward. Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure about Sharp. I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.[/p][/quote]Real shame about Steeeeeve. When I first saw him play in a pre-season game (Baggies I think), he twisted and turned their defence all over the place. Alas...I agree he stuggles to make an impression at this level. Agree that Sharp could still have a place in the squad....natural poacher. Off on a tangent...Good to see that Deano is making his mark at Brighton...big respect for him. Baddesley Bill
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10:57pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
slugger wrote:
what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants !
If we don't...you can eat mine too! :O)
He'll pop!
He'll already be dead before it gets to that stage.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants ![/p][/quote]If we don't...you can eat mine too! :O)[/p][/quote]He'll pop![/p][/quote]He'll already be dead before it gets to that stage. Baddesley Bill
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11:12pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that?

Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.
If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level.
I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward.
Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.
I'm not sure about Sharp.

I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.
Forgot about steveeeeee, he's gotta go.
I want to like sharp and he is good but is he premier class? (all right footed) Also I think he's a confidence player and can't handle a lengthy time on the bench
It depends how much we want to spend. We had a few deals fall through in the summer so they obviously were prepared to spend even more than they did.

For me if it's only one player I get a top centre half.
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that? Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.[/p][/quote]If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level. I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward. Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure about Sharp. I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.[/p][/quote]Forgot about steveeeeee, he's gotta go. I want to like sharp and he is good but is he premier class? (all right footed) Also I think he's a confidence player and can't handle a lengthy time on the bench[/p][/quote]It depends how much we want to spend. We had a few deals fall through in the summer so they obviously were prepared to spend even more than they did. For me if it's only one player I get a top centre half. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:17pm Tue 27 Nov 12

saintshorse101 says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
a few rumours about us and matt philips saying saints lining up a 5 mill move in january.do we really need another winger/midfielder.pr obably rubbish but we did try for him in the last window.cos old holloway got his knickers in a twist over it.
could they think that punch might be leaving? isn`t his contract up in the summer and so can talk to other clubs in jan? would phillips be a good replacement for punch if he did go?

i think its most important to get cover for cork, and then a good quality cb.
steeeeeve should go boruc should never have come and sharp or hammond might have their loan turned into a permanent move.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]a few rumours about us and matt philips saying saints lining up a 5 mill move in january.do we really need another winger/midfielder.pr obably rubbish but we did try for him in the last window.cos old holloway got his knickers in a twist over it.[/p][/quote]could they think that punch might be leaving? isn`t his contract up in the summer and so can talk to other clubs in jan? would phillips be a good replacement for punch if he did go? i think its most important to get cover for cork, and then a good quality cb. steeeeeve should go boruc should never have come and sharp or hammond might have their loan turned into a permanent move. saintshorse101
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11:40pm Tue 27 Nov 12

ghk230473 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
dadofmy3sons wrote:
posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced.
That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had.
Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation.
Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half!
Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit.
Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more.
Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note.
All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little.
If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out?
I haven't seen a weak link.
A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.
Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in.
Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.
I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that?

Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.
If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level.
I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward.
Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.
I'm not sure about Sharp.

I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.
Forgot about steveeeeee, he's gotta go.
I want to like sharp and he is good but is he premier class? (all right footed) Also I think he's a confidence player and can't handle a lengthy time on the bench
It depends how much we want to spend. We had a few deals fall through in the summer so they obviously were prepared to spend even more than they did.

For me if it's only one player I get a top centre half.
Agree, Center half is priority. If we can shift dead wood' and bring in some class its a bonus.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: posted previously that I felt that the Norwich game will be harder than the Liverpool game, and having watched the Swansea Liverpool highlights again I am even more convinced. That was a whole load of tippytappy and I couldn't stand the negativity of passing that both teams had. Saints kept the ball against Newcastle but not just for the sake of keeping the ball.Occasionally a long ball from defence as a pass to a forward player will catch out the opposition. That is not route one, it is variation. Some of our counter attacking football was quite brilliant, but the fact is that a counter attack requires the opposition to be in our half! Norwich are similar to us in that they do not have prima donnas and they all work back and cover each other. This has been more apparent with Cork in the team and it has meant that Lallana and Puncheon have seen what Cork does and have followed to suit. Saints have become a more cohesive unit with Cork cementing the team together and allowing Scneiderlin to roam more. Bringing on Davis as a substitute is tightening the defensive aspect late in the game, I hope that Ward-Prowse is able to learn from the sides watching and taking note. All of us supporters were posting that we needed reinforcements in January when we lost a few games, now we have won a couple that call has quietened a little. If we were to purchase new players, who would drop out? I haven't seen a weak link.[/p][/quote]A top centre half would give us the depth we need in that position.[/p][/quote]Credit where it's due, Sunday's performance was very good but what's better is I believe we can improve. Attacking wise I wouldn't change but who is available if we have injuries? In that area we need to improve the quality, IMO we need to sell in that area and get 1 quality in. Plus out kelvin and boruc with a premier keeper in, but give gazza playing time too. At least 1 premier experienced Center half and left back, fox out. Again bring in premier league left back but still give shaw his playing time.[/p][/quote]I remember many saying last season about bringing in a first eleven player or two every transfer window and not making wholesale changes which would disrupt the teams unity. Maybe we saw a bit of that? Constant strengthening will lead to long-term success. Today's best player maybe looking over his shoulder in a couple of years time.[/p][/quote]If you are being replaced like fox and kelvin are by younger in- experienced players it's time to move to your correct level. I would sell sharp, gully and Barnard and bring in 1 class forward. Once we get to a certain level we can gently tinker, but IMO we need to off load a few and raise quality not quantity.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure about Sharp. I would let the very fringe players go like Butters and Steeeeeeve.[/p][/quote]Forgot about steveeeeee, he's gotta go. I want to like sharp and he is good but is he premier class? (all right footed) Also I think he's a confidence player and can't handle a lengthy time on the bench[/p][/quote]It depends how much we want to spend. We had a few deals fall through in the summer so they obviously were prepared to spend even more than they did. For me if it's only one player I get a top centre half.[/p][/quote]Agree, Center half is priority. If we can shift dead wood' and bring in some class its a bonus. ghk230473
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8:54am Wed 28 Nov 12

SaintDon13 says...

SaintDon13 wrote:
I am declaring this thread to be off limits to Saints posters, and open house for the rest of you, starting from now.
A case of reverse psychology, after I posted this it appears that with one positive exception, who was ignored, and one dubious one, only Saints posters have been on this thread since, nothing stranger than folk!
[quote][p][bold]SaintDon13[/bold] wrote: I am declaring this thread to be off limits to Saints posters, and open house for the rest of you, starting from now.[/p][/quote]A case of reverse psychology, after I posted this it appears that with one positive exception, who was ignored, and one dubious one, only Saints posters have been on this thread since, nothing stranger than folk! SaintDon13
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9:21am Wed 28 Nov 12

Bwana23 says...

kent141 wrote:
Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..
Yeah doubt they are good enough to get into the current Pompey team!!!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..[/p][/quote]Yeah doubt they are good enough to get into the current Pompey team!!! Bwana23
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9:21am Wed 28 Nov 12

Bwana23 says...

kent141 wrote:
Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..
Yeah doubt they are good enough to get into the current Pompey team!!!
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: Lambert and Holt...alias the chuckle brothers... 2 lumbering lumps who waddle around like giant jellys..[/p][/quote]Yeah doubt they are good enough to get into the current Pompey team!!! Bwana23
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1:29pm Wed 28 Nov 12

Beer Monster says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants !
Why is there a little, insy, winsy, tiny bit of me that hopes one of those four puts a decent run together?

Meanwhile, St Etienne have just dumped PSG (Zlatan et al) out of the French League Cup on penalties.

Throwing silly money at new signings beyond a sensible budget can't always buy lasting success but it can all end in tears.
I like St Etienne, they made some great records :-)

Nearly fell asleep watching the Villa game...
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: what a poor couple of prem games tonight , if we can't finish above all four of those teams i'll eat my pants ![/p][/quote]Why is there a little, insy, winsy, tiny bit of me that hopes one of those four puts a decent run together? Meanwhile, St Etienne have just dumped PSG (Zlatan et al) out of the French League Cup on penalties. Throwing silly money at new signings beyond a sensible budget can't always buy lasting success but it can all end in tears.[/p][/quote]I like St Etienne, they made some great records :-) Nearly fell asleep watching the Villa game... Beer Monster
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