Fonte: Saints can handle Reading pressure

Daily Echo: Jose Fonte Jose Fonte

Jose Fonte insists Saints can handle the pressure of this afternoon’s crunch clash with Reading.

Both teams won automatic promotion from the Championship last season but find themselves in the Premier League’s bottom three going into the game at St Mary’s.

It’s a huge match for both clubs but Portuguese centre half Fonte, left, is in upbeat mood.

“It is a massive game for both of us. We are aware of the pressure.

“It is going to be an energetic game, tough for both of us, but we look forward to it.

“We have been preparing ourselves very well this week and we have our game plan and we will try and win the game on Saturday.

“It is a lot of pressure [in these kind of games]. You have to try and stay calm and know your game plan well, know your job.

“You know what you have to do and as a team, work hard to get the better of them. It is as simple as that.”

Sometimes the quality of football can be sacrificed in such high-pressured matches, but that is not something Fonte expects from Saints.

“The attitude has to be 100 percent but our philosophy is to play attractive football, to play a passing game,” he said.

“That’s what we've been doing for the last three years. We have to do continue that. That’s what we train every week to do.

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7:54am Sat 8 Dec 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

SIX
SIX Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:11am Sat 8 Dec 12

Little Hitler says...

Come on the mighty Saints, let's do the business today!

Come on Tranmere, give Fishington a good old fashioned hammering.
Come on the mighty Saints, let's do the business today! Come on Tranmere, give Fishington a good old fashioned hammering. Little Hitler
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8:17am Sat 8 Dec 12

Southampton boy says...

These couple of weeks will tell us what we need to do in 2013! Reading will give us a good game and it wil not be a roll over for us.
If we do not win the next two games then it will be a hard job to get us out of the bottom 3 if we can get the results and and other go are way we could be some 5 points clear of the bottom 3 so come lets get behind the team and manager today and sing our hearts out COYR's 3:1 to saints
These couple of weeks will tell us what we need to do in 2013! Reading will give us a good game and it wil not be a roll over for us. If we do not win the next two games then it will be a hard job to get us out of the bottom 3 if we can get the results and and other go are way we could be some 5 points clear of the bottom 3 so come lets get behind the team and manager today and sing our hearts out COYR's 3:1 to saints Southampton boy
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8:38am Sat 8 Dec 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

It's a defining few games. Fellow strugglers Reading and Sunderland at home followed by Fulham away who we played off the park at home without taking the points.

We are a young and exciting side but for all that we need the points on the board. I think DWD is a minimum. More than that will see us rising out of it. Less than that is likely to end in relegation.

Today is massive but is more of a mustn't lose game. Sunderland is the must win game.
It's a defining few games. Fellow strugglers Reading and Sunderland at home followed by Fulham away who we played off the park at home without taking the points. We are a young and exciting side but for all that we need the points on the board. I think DWD is a minimum. More than that will see us rising out of it. Less than that is likely to end in relegation. Today is massive but is more of a mustn't lose game. Sunderland is the must win game. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:41am Sat 8 Dec 12

Nemesisaint says...

I have a feeling that these two sides will cancel each other out, cannot imagine us featuring in a nil - nil but it is going to happen one day! I just hope our crowd are up for it, never was a twelth man needed than in these next tw critical games. Perhaps Steve De Ridder could be our secret weapon on the bench, his 80th minute equalising goal last season was vital.
I have a feeling that these two sides will cancel each other out, cannot imagine us featuring in a nil - nil but it is going to happen one day! I just hope our crowd are up for it, never was a twelth man needed than in these next tw critical games. Perhaps Steve De Ridder could be our secret weapon on the bench, his 80th minute equalising goal last season was vital. Nemesisaint
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8:45am Sat 8 Dec 12

RedArmy1 says...

NO FEAR

NO SURRENDER

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY
FIGHT AND WIN. COYR.
NO FEAR NO SURRENDER RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY FIGHT AND WIN. COYR. RedArmy1
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8:59am Sat 8 Dec 12

Dickosfc says...

Let's hope so Fonte baby!! We need you to grab us the 3 points today mate. won't be an easy game at all so we don't care how pretty, just win!!!! COYRs
Let's hope so Fonte baby!! We need you to grab us the 3 points today mate. won't be an easy game at all so we don't care how pretty, just win!!!! COYRs Dickosfc
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9:06am Sat 8 Dec 12

TheSaintsMan says...

Southampton are the better side and with the home advantage should win at least 3-0 today, as long as we can stop their 'supersub' Adam Le Fondre from creating counter attacks.

We will win today and then will beat Sunderland and move out of the relegation zone, and once confidence rises then we shall win more.
Southampton are the better side and with the home advantage should win at least 3-0 today, as long as we can stop their 'supersub' Adam Le Fondre from creating counter attacks. We will win today and then will beat Sunderland and move out of the relegation zone, and once confidence rises then we shall win more. TheSaintsMan
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9:08am Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Fonte has been big on praising Ramirez, I just hope he is able to make a big contribution today, if not a full 90 minutes. I am an admirer of Adam Le Fondre too, hope we can keep him quiet today. If nothing else there should be goals, just hope the majority of them are in the right end! COYRs
Fonte has been big on praising Ramirez, I just hope he is able to make a big contribution today, if not a full 90 minutes. I am an admirer of Adam Le Fondre too, hope we can keep him quiet today. If nothing else there should be goals, just hope the majority of them are in the right end! COYRs OSPREYSAINT
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9:19am Sat 8 Dec 12

redsnapper says...

DOOMED

"Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park."

Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters.

Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.
DOOMED "Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park." Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters. Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site. redsnapper
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9:47am Sat 8 Dec 12

Sammy2sheds says...

Watched readings tactics with corners vs man utd.roberts stands in front of the goalie so he cant come out,then 2or 3 runners into the edge of the six yard box.it worked for them and they will work it again today.gazza needs to be commanding from set pieces.
Saints 3 reading 0
Watched readings tactics with corners vs man utd.roberts stands in front of the goalie so he cant come out,then 2or 3 runners into the edge of the six yard box.it worked for them and they will work it again today.gazza needs to be commanding from set pieces. Saints 3 reading 0 Sammy2sheds
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9:54am Sat 8 Dec 12

scooter75 says...

sammy2heads getting herself at it.....lol
sammy2heads getting herself at it.....lol scooter75
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10:02am Sat 8 Dec 12

scooter75 says...

redsnapper wrote:
DOOMED

"Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park."

Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters.

Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.
redsnapper...sounds a bit fishy

14.12.12
[quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: DOOMED "Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park." Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters. Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.[/p][/quote]redsnapper...sounds a bit fishy 14.12.12 scooter75
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10:03am Sat 8 Dec 12

Folkestone Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Fonte has been big on praising Ramirez, I just hope he is able to make a big contribution today, if not a full 90 minutes. I am an admirer of Adam Le Fondre too, hope we can keep him quiet today. If nothing else there should be goals, just hope the majority of them are in the right end! COYRs
I think he should start and come off whe tired, that way we get the most out of him rather than he come up short towards the end of the game
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Fonte has been big on praising Ramirez, I just hope he is able to make a big contribution today, if not a full 90 minutes. I am an admirer of Adam Le Fondre too, hope we can keep him quiet today. If nothing else there should be goals, just hope the majority of them are in the right end! COYRs[/p][/quote]I think he should start and come off whe tired, that way we get the most out of him rather than he come up short towards the end of the game Folkestone Saint
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10:05am Sat 8 Dec 12

Folkestone Saint says...

Sammy2sheds wrote:
Watched readings tactics with corners vs man utd.roberts stands in front of the goalie so he cant come out,then 2or 3 runners into the edge of the six yard box.it worked for them and they will work it again today.gazza needs to be commanding from set pieces.
Saints 3 reading 0
Good spot, give our Nige a call and make sure he know's
[quote][p][bold]Sammy2sheds[/bold] wrote: Watched readings tactics with corners vs man utd.roberts stands in front of the goalie so he cant come out,then 2or 3 runners into the edge of the six yard box.it worked for them and they will work it again today.gazza needs to be commanding from set pieces. Saints 3 reading 0[/p][/quote]Good spot, give our Nige a call and make sure he know's Folkestone Saint
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10:06am Sat 8 Dec 12

scooter75 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's a defining few games. Fellow strugglers Reading and Sunderland at home followed by Fulham away who we played off the park at home without taking the points.

We are a young and exciting side but for all that we need the points on the board. I think DWD is a minimum. More than that will see us rising out of it. Less than that is likely to end in relegation.

Today is massive but is more of a mustn't lose game. Sunderland is the must win game.
That sounds like one of Tangoheads stupid statements...
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's a defining few games. Fellow strugglers Reading and Sunderland at home followed by Fulham away who we played off the park at home without taking the points. We are a young and exciting side but for all that we need the points on the board. I think DWD is a minimum. More than that will see us rising out of it. Less than that is likely to end in relegation. Today is massive but is more of a mustn't lose game. Sunderland is the must win game.[/p][/quote]That sounds like one of Tangoheads stupid statements... scooter75
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10:11am Sat 8 Dec 12

scooter75 says...

See all you guys in the Josh before the game for a pint and a laugh...

14.12.12
See all you guys in the Josh before the game for a pint and a laugh... 14.12.12 scooter75
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10:23am Sat 8 Dec 12

JohnItaly says...

However difficult it is to dismiss "bogey" teams as just "old wives tales" a disturbing fact quoted by the BBC in their match preview states that Reading have not lost at Southampton since 1960! One cannot forget last season when Saints played Reading off the park and still lost 1-3. Time to put that stat to bed. COYR.
However difficult it is to dismiss "bogey" teams as just "old wives tales" a disturbing fact quoted by the BBC in their match preview states that Reading have not lost at Southampton since 1960! One cannot forget last season when Saints played Reading off the park and still lost 1-3. Time to put that stat to bed. COYR. JohnItaly
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10:26am Sat 8 Dec 12

Corkonian Saint says...

UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust.

'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?..

"We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done.

"Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."
UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.." Corkonian Saint
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10:28am Sat 8 Dec 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SIX
Blue bottles hanging on the wall
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SIX[/p][/quote]Blue bottles hanging on the wall Mush On The Beach
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10:29am Sat 8 Dec 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Plenty of goals in this game, I don’t think their defence will be up to the job ..... Saints win 4-1
Plenty of goals in this game, I don’t think their defence will be up to the job ..... Saints win 4-1 Mush On The Beach
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10:32am Sat 8 Dec 12

Stroppy_gramps says...

Come on then lads, lets get this one in the bag today.
I don't care how you win - score one and then park the bus for all I care.
Southampton expects.
Come on then lads, lets get this one in the bag today. I don't care how you win - score one and then park the bus for all I care. Southampton expects. Stroppy_gramps
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10:44am Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Corkonian Saint wrote:
UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."
The historic dockyard was the 13th most visited site in the UK a couple of years ago, just behind but very similar to Blenheim Palace and Hampton Court Palace.

Couldn't see your town on the list.

HAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHA


Beaulieu was there though, and has got good connections from the M27.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
[quote][p][bold]Corkonian Saint[/bold] wrote: UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."[/p][/quote]The historic dockyard was the 13th most visited site in the UK a couple of years ago, just behind but very similar to Blenheim Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Couldn't see your town on the list. HAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHA Beaulieu was there though, and has got good connections from the M27. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH More Glory
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10:49am Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SIX
Count Dooku has spoken,


He was gonna give the Josh a miss today, but decided not to as he is losing too much control.


"What if I told you that the Republic was now under the control of a dark lord of the Sith"?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SIX[/p][/quote]Count Dooku has spoken, He was gonna give the Josh a miss today, but decided not to as he is losing too much control. "What if I told you that the Republic was now under the control of a dark lord of the Sith"? More Glory
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10:52am Sat 8 Dec 12

forever a saint says...

I would take a scrappy one nil to us,I think we( Saints ) will be bang up for it & we will win comfortably,the defence has looked more solid & with the attacking flair from midfield & quality distribution to the forwards the game should be ours,Maybe even a Lambo hat-trick.

COYR

the points are ours to take
I would take a scrappy one nil to us,I think we( Saints ) will be bang up for it & we will win comfortably,the defence has looked more solid & with the attacking flair from midfield & quality distribution to the forwards the game should be ours,Maybe even a Lambo hat-trick. COYR the points are ours to take forever a saint
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10:57am Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Baddesley Bill
on the pompey news site as usual !

12:59 AM on 08/12/2012
Can you see any similarity between this video and PFC?
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=yAcqVH7h8
Rs

ANSWER NO but

Can i have a second guess its southampton fc st marys stadium in the future ! when the planned super tankers... dredging goes wrong they dredge in the wrong place st marys is flooded under the Itchen and the salt water destroys the arable land it becomes impossible to grow grass not the smoking kind dope heads to play football. Dead arable land turns to desert st mary is knocked down and the tumbleweed is the only thing that blows around st marys .
Baddesley Bill on the pompey news site as usual ! 12:59 AM on 08/12/2012 Can you see any similarity between this video and PFC? http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=yAcqVH7h8 Rs ANSWER NO but Can i have a second guess its southampton fc st marys stadium in the future ! when the planned super tankers... dredging goes wrong they dredge in the wrong place st marys is flooded under the Itchen and the salt water destroys the arable land it becomes impossible to grow grass not the smoking kind dope heads to play football. Dead arable land turns to desert st mary is knocked down and the tumbleweed is the only thing that blows around st marys . bluewhiteandred
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11:07am Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Corkonian Saint wrote:
UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust.

'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?..

"We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done.

"Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."
Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago !

will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today
[quote][p][bold]Corkonian Saint[/bold] wrote: UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."[/p][/quote]Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today bluewhiteandred
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11:08am Sat 8 Dec 12

insane saint says...

let all leave the Skunts alone today is a saints day and we need to be in full voice for the team.

so come on

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH

TOGETHER AS ONE

COYR.

then we can go back and give the Skunts the **** they need
let all leave the Skunts alone today is a saints day and we need to be in full voice for the team. so come on WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH TOGETHER AS ONE COYR. then we can go back and give the Skunts the **** they need insane saint
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11:09am Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

QUOTE: "Dead arable land turns to desert st mary is knocked down and the tumbleweed is the only thing that blows around st marys". In your freams? That may well be the case when NC builds his new 60,000+ Stadium, but otherwise it's just in one of your nightmares, it was probably Nottarf Krap that was the real vision, it doesn't look much different now.
QUOTE: "Dead arable land turns to desert st mary is knocked down and the tumbleweed is the only thing that blows around st marys". In your freams? That may well be the case when NC builds his new 60,000+ Stadium, but otherwise it's just in one of your nightmares, it was probably Nottarf Krap that was the real vision, it doesn't look much different now. OSPREYSAINT
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11:10am Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
QUOTE: "Dead arable land turns to desert st mary is knocked down and the tumbleweed is the only thing that blows around st marys". In your freams? That may well be the case when NC builds his new 60,000+ Stadium, but otherwise it's just in one of your nightmares, it was probably Nottarf Krap that was the real vision, it doesn't look much different now.
freams? = dreams fat finger syndrome strikes again.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: QUOTE: "Dead arable land turns to desert st mary is knocked down and the tumbleweed is the only thing that blows around st marys". In your freams? That may well be the case when NC builds his new 60,000+ Stadium, but otherwise it's just in one of your nightmares, it was probably Nottarf Krap that was the real vision, it doesn't look much different now.[/p][/quote]freams? = dreams fat finger syndrome strikes again. OSPREYSAINT
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11:12am Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

insane saint wrote:
let all leave the Skunts alone today is a saints day and we need to be in full voice for the team.

so come on

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH

TOGETHER AS ONE

COYR.

then we can go back and give the Skunts the **** they need
Too late! OK I will resist, All Saints Day it is from now.
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: let all leave the Skunts alone today is a saints day and we need to be in full voice for the team. so come on WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH TOGETHER AS ONE COYR. then we can go back and give the Skunts the **** they need[/p][/quote]Too late! OK I will resist, All Saints Day it is from now. OSPREYSAINT
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11:14am Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

"Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago !

will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today"

There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
"Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this. OSPREYSAINT
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11:14am Sat 8 Dec 12

promised land says...

More Glory wrote:
Corkonian Saint wrote:
UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."
The historic dockyard was the 13th most visited site in the UK a couple of years ago, just behind but very similar to Blenheim Palace and Hampton Court Palace.

Couldn't see your town on the list.

HAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHA



Beaulieu was there though, and has got good connections from the M27.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
Don't see your club in the list of most supported club in Europe.
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Corkonian Saint[/bold] wrote: UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."[/p][/quote]The historic dockyard was the 13th most visited site in the UK a couple of years ago, just behind but very similar to Blenheim Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Couldn't see your town on the list. HAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHA Beaulieu was there though, and has got good connections from the M27. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH[/p][/quote]Don't see your club in the list of most supported club in Europe. promised land
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11:21am Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
"Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago !

will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today"

There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.[/p][/quote]Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers! Bring back Branfoot
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11:21am Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
"Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago !

will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today"

There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.[/p][/quote]Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers! Bring back Branfoot
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11:30am Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers!
"Why is i then the super liners"

Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates.

Shame.

Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess?
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.[/p][/quote]Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers![/p][/quote]"Why is i then the super liners" Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates. Shame. Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess? More Glory
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11:32am Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

PORTSMOUTH

TOURISM increasing

TABLE 4: TOURISM DAY VISITS
Trips Spend
2010 7,828,000 spent £269,990,000
2008 7,423,000 spent £250,045,000
% Change 5.5% 8.0%
PORTSMOUTH TOURISM increasing TABLE 4: TOURISM DAY VISITS Trips Spend 2010 7,828,000 spent £269,990,000 2008 7,423,000 spent £250,045,000 % Change 5.5% 8.0% bluewhiteandred
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11:43am Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Morning Ian,

Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together.

Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day.

Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below).

Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years.

Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who?

Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites.

He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger.

The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance.

He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives.

To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime.

My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate. More Glory
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11:53am Sat 8 Dec 12

Block 34 says...

So Jose, is it "Font-ey" or "Font"???
So Jose, is it "Font-ey" or "Font"??? Block 34
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12:00pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Block 34 says...

btw just read the above posts!
wtf are u lot on????!!!!!
I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!!
For F's sake grow up the lot of u...
and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!!
btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!! Block 34
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12:01pm Sat 8 Dec 12

owen thesaints... says...

scooter75 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's a defining few games. Fellow strugglers Reading and Sunderland at home followed by Fulham away who we played off the park at home without taking the points.

We are a young and exciting side but for all that we need the points on the board. I think DWD is a minimum. More than that will see us rising out of it. Less than that is likely to end in relegation.

Today is massive but is more of a mustn't lose game. Sunderland is the must win game.
That sounds like one of Tangoheads stupid statements...
sshhhhhhhhhhhh FOP COYR!!!
[quote][p][bold]scooter75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's a defining few games. Fellow strugglers Reading and Sunderland at home followed by Fulham away who we played off the park at home without taking the points. We are a young and exciting side but for all that we need the points on the board. I think DWD is a minimum. More than that will see us rising out of it. Less than that is likely to end in relegation. Today is massive but is more of a mustn't lose game. Sunderland is the must win game.[/p][/quote]That sounds like one of Tangoheads stupid statements...[/p][/quote]sshhhhhhhhhhhh FOP COYR!!! owen thesaints...
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12:03pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier
bottom of tourism
just bottom of every thing !

More people go to Portsmouth
than the new forest !
Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out.

It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city.

Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits.

The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips.

Any way back to football now
SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now bluewhiteandred
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12:07pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

More Glory wrote:
Morning Ian,

Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together.

Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day.

Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below).

Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years.

Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who?

Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites.

He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger.

The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance.

He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives.

To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime.

My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.[/p][/quote]Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem! Bring back Branfoot
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12:09pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

Home, sorry I meant seed. They're brainwashing me! Telling me to stay in my house. Evil droids!
Home, sorry I meant seed. They're brainwashing me! Telling me to stay in my house. Evil droids! Bring back Branfoot
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12:13pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
"Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago !

will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today"

There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers!
Corkonian Saint started it ! just because you have a hap hazzard football team in premier you think your better than portsmouth all round
Your Not
Portsmouth fc has more winning history
portsmouth city has more history
hense more tourists
portsmouth is scenic all round the whole area as tourist numbers higher numbers as shown on previous post .

Southampton scenic my Arse-nal







Corkonian Saint wrote:


UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.."
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.[/p][/quote]Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers![/p][/quote]Corkonian Saint started it ! just because you have a hap hazzard football team in premier you think your better than portsmouth all round Your Not Portsmouth fc has more winning history portsmouth city has more history hense more tourists portsmouth is scenic all round the whole area as tourist numbers higher numbers as shown on previous post . Southampton scenic my Arse-nal Corkonian Saint wrote: UEFA's controversial plans to stage the 2020 European Championship Finals across a host of different countries has been met with an enthusiastic reaction by the Portsmouth Supporters Trust. 'We're definitely up for it' parped a PST spokesperson. 'We think by 2020 we'll have the facilities to host a group stage match, or even a quarter final, who knows?.. "We'll certainly be contacting UEFA to register our interest. We had a UEFA cup game here years ago. It was dead good! Afterwards we got a lovely letter from Mr Platini saying what a super job we had done. "Hosting 2020 would be a wonderful opportunity to sell the Portsmouth area to an international audience. We don't get many tourists in Portsmouth, I don't know why, but we want people to come and see the attractions of our delightful city. Watch this space.." bluewhiteandred
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12:16pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Velleity says...

sssshhhhhh.

We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs.

Keep it up and we can talk football!
sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football! Velleity
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12:19pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Velleity says...

I reckon it'll be a scrappy 2-1 for us.

Last time we had 14 on target shots and one went in. They had three chances and three went in. Federici played a blinder.

We will create plenty of chances against them today - we just need to get them in. It's easy to think the pressure applies only to us but they are worse off.

We need to be the 12th man - if I don't come home hoarse from shouting I'll be sorely disappointed in myself.
I reckon it'll be a scrappy 2-1 for us. Last time we had 14 on target shots and one went in. They had three chances and three went in. Federici played a blinder. We will create plenty of chances against them today - we just need to get them in. It's easy to think the pressure applies only to us but they are worse off. We need to be the 12th man - if I don't come home hoarse from shouting I'll be sorely disappointed in myself. Velleity
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12:24pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Anyway let off steam let
Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ?
Anyway let off steam let Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ? bluewhiteandred
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12:26pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem!
I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others.

I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4

I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub.

Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped.

On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though).


There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub.

So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five!

When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI).

As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

Cost Baz, You are a gem
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.[/p][/quote]Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem![/p][/quote]I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem More Glory
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12:27pm Sat 8 Dec 12

promised land says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier
bottom of tourism
just bottom of every thing !

More people go to Portsmouth
than the new forest !
Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out.

It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city.

Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits.

The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips.

Any way back to football now
So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors !
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now[/p][/quote]So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors ! promised land
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12:29pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Tranmerev pompey well 13/14 December in mind ! so more interested in your game did i say that local radio between both games today
Tranmerev pompey well 13/14 December in mind ! so more interested in your game did i say that local radio between both games today bluewhiteandred
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12:29pm Sat 8 Dec 12

kent141 says...

The orange faced clueless gimp has just been live on football focus, what a chuckle he is.
The orange faced clueless gimp has just been live on football focus, what a chuckle he is. kent141
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12:30pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Home, sorry I meant seed. They're brainwashing me! Telling me to stay in my house. Evil droids!
See, you're being poisoned slightly by cyber association.

Get your gas mask on

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


BTW - When Dooku says "FIVE" tomorrow, it will have so many different meanings

HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: Home, sorry I meant seed. They're brainwashing me! Telling me to stay in my house. Evil droids![/p][/quote]See, you're being poisoned slightly by cyber association. Get your gas mask on HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA BTW - When Dooku says "FIVE" tomorrow, it will have so many different meanings HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA More Glory
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12:33pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

promised land wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier
bottom of tourism
just bottom of every thing !

More people go to Portsmouth
than the new forest !
Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out.

It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city.

Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits.

The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips.

Any way back to football now
So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors !
Talkling football now not tourism as your fellow fan failed tAnyway let off steam
Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ?”o do
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now[/p][/quote]So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors ![/p][/quote]Talkling football now not tourism as your fellow fan failed tAnyway let off steam Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ?”o do bluewhiteandred
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12:36pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now
Good stuff Blue.

Not really a corker by Corkonian was it?

A bit of an own goal really, Not seen him since. Has he been substituted

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now[/p][/quote]Good stuff Blue. Not really a corker by Corkonian was it? A bit of an own goal really, Not seen him since. Has he been substituted HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH More Glory
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12:39pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
promised land wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier
bottom of tourism
just bottom of every thing !

More people go to Portsmouth
than the new forest !
Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out.

It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city.

Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits.

The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips.

Any way back to football now
So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors !
Talkling football now not tourism as your fellow fan failed tAnyway let off steam
Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ?”o do
Promised land risky user name will be in the championship
"broken promise "
"The land beyond"
"The low lands"
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now[/p][/quote]So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors ![/p][/quote]Talkling football now not tourism as your fellow fan failed tAnyway let off steam Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ?”o do[/p][/quote]Promised land risky user name will be in the championship "broken promise " "The land beyond" "The low lands" bluewhiteandred
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12:42pm Sat 8 Dec 12

kent141 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
SIX
SIX - the number of laptops seed uses at any one time for his hilarious array of imaginary mates.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: SIX[/p][/quote]SIX - the number of laptops seed uses at any one time for his hilarious array of imaginary mates. kent141
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12:47pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem!
I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others.

I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4

I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub.

Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped.

On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though).


There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub.

So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five!

When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI).

As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

Cost Baz, You are a gem
I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.[/p][/quote]Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem![/p][/quote]I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem[/p][/quote]I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz! Bring back Branfoot
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12:54pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Velleity says...

Are there any Saints fans on this thread?

Oh,hang on, we have a PREMIERSHIP football game to attend, don't we?

Signing off and leaving for the ground.
Are there any Saints fans on this thread? Oh,hang on, we have a PREMIERSHIP football game to attend, don't we? Signing off and leaving for the ground. Velleity
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12:56pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Corkonian Saint says...

Seemed to have touched a raw nerve there with my fishy mates, but I stand corrected. I'm booking the first fortnight next july in a portsmouth caravan park. Sweet.
Seemed to have touched a raw nerve there with my fishy mates, but I stand corrected. I'm booking the first fortnight next july in a portsmouth caravan park. Sweet. Corkonian Saint
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12:58pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

commodation? Something to do with portable toilets? Or was that meant to be commendation?
commodation? Something to do with portable toilets? Or was that meant to be commendation? OSPREYSAINT
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1:01pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem!
I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem
I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz!
Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights.

He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights"

Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look!

What a gent!
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.[/p][/quote]Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem![/p][/quote]I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem[/p][/quote]I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz![/p][/quote]Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights. He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights" Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look! What a gent! More Glory
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1:01pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

More Glory wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now
Good stuff Blue.

Not really a corker by Corkonian was it?

A bit of an own goal really, Not seen him since. Has he been substituted

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
Sad alot of people in southampton are brained washed everything in portsmouth is bad ? funny more people in uk visit portsmouth than southampton
in large numbers theirs more than the new forest in the east you know dont get blinkered by prediduce views we dont bite in portsmouth we are not all concrete and towers and nasty people,
come and visit us you will be
suprised happy xmas you saintly people .
p.s been to southampton a few times i didnt get brained washed !
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now[/p][/quote]Good stuff Blue. Not really a corker by Corkonian was it? A bit of an own goal really, Not seen him since. Has he been substituted HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH[/p][/quote]Sad alot of people in southampton are brained washed everything in portsmouth is bad ? funny more people in uk visit portsmouth than southampton in large numbers theirs more than the new forest in the east you know dont get blinkered by prediduce views we dont bite in portsmouth we are not all concrete and towers and nasty people, come and visit us you will be suprised happy xmas you saintly people . p.s been to southampton a few times i didnt get brained washed ! bluewhiteandred
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1:03pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
Home, sorry I meant seed. They're brainwashing me! Telling me to stay in my house. Evil droids!
brain washing? Fat chance.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: Home, sorry I meant seed. They're brainwashing me! Telling me to stay in my house. Evil droids![/p][/quote]brain washing? Fat chance. OSPREYSAINT
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1:04pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem!
I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem
I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz!
Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights.

He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights"

Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look!

What a gent!
How dare Dooku do such a thing! Costa Baz is off limits! Rosa Parks, the perfect analogy! Lol
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.[/p][/quote]Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem![/p][/quote]I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem[/p][/quote]I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz![/p][/quote]Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights. He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights" Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look! What a gent![/p][/quote]How dare Dooku do such a thing! Costa Baz is off limits! Rosa Parks, the perfect analogy! Lol Bring back Branfoot
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1:05pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers!
"Why is i then the super liners"

Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates.

Shame.

Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess?
More Independence of the Seas, but without the tummy bugs!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.[/p][/quote]Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers![/p][/quote]"Why is i then the super liners" Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates. Shame. Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess?[/p][/quote]More Independence of the Seas, but without the tummy bugs! OSPREYSAINT
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1:07pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
PORTSMOUTH

TOURISM increasing

TABLE 4: TOURISM DAY VISITS
Trips Spend
2010 7,828,000 spent £269,990,000
2008 7,423,000 spent £250,045,000
% Change 5.5% 8.0%
But absolutely useless when it comes to 21st Century football.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: PORTSMOUTH TOURISM increasing TABLE 4: TOURISM DAY VISITS Trips Spend 2010 7,828,000 spent £269,990,000 2008 7,423,000 spent £250,045,000 % Change 5.5% 8.0%[/p][/quote]But absolutely useless when it comes to 21st Century football. OSPREYSAINT
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1:08pm Sat 8 Dec 12

promised land says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
promised land wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier
bottom of tourism
just bottom of every thing !

More people go to Portsmouth
than the new forest !
Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out.

It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city.

Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits.

The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips.

Any way back to football now
So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors !
Talkling football now not tourism as your fellow fan failed tAnyway let off steam
Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ?”o do
Good point made. But in recent weeks our defence has tightened up albeit lapses by a novice keeper. Today it will be about nerves and If the QPR game is anything to go by they were like rabbits in headlights. Unlike Saints who were up for the challenge. 2-1 Saints and Atkins removes another monkey off our back (not beaten Reading at home since...whenever)
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: SOUTHAMPTON bottom of premier bottom of tourism just bottom of every thing ! More people go to Portsmouth than the new forest ! Around 725,000 overnight trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004 with 87% by UK residents and 13% by overseas residents. It is estimated that around 6.8 million tourism day trips were made to Portsmouth in 2004. Around 3.8 million day trips involved visits to attractions and the beach. The remaining 3 million day trips involved visits to Gunwharf Quays for speciality shopping and general days out. It is estimated that 615,000 overnight trips are made to Southampton each year. Based on 2002 data it is estimated that approximately 2.82 million day trips from home go to the city. Surveys in Chichester in 2003 identified 3 million day visits from home and 327,000 overnight visits. The New Forest Visitor Survey 1998 identified there were 4.7 million day trips of which 564,000 (12%) were to the coast. There were 636,000 overnight trips. Any way back to football now[/p][/quote]So concerning matters on football which this site represents. (you being on here because you like football). What's your excuse for more going to St Mary's compared to fratton ? That must really be upsetting as your superiors ![/p][/quote]Talkling football now not tourism as your fellow fan failed tAnyway let off steam Saints vs Reading want Reading to win but ? looking at both teams Man utd results and both teams do score a few goals and leak goals got to be a draw shiiitttee ! mind you revenge after Reading beat you and won the championship and the next three games for you make and break sorry got to be draw ! if ramirez plays may be diffarent any news ?”o do[/p][/quote]Good point made. But in recent weeks our defence has tightened up albeit lapses by a novice keeper. Today it will be about nerves and If the QPR game is anything to go by they were like rabbits in headlights. Unlike Saints who were up for the challenge. 2-1 Saints and Atkins removes another monkey off our back (not beaten Reading at home since...whenever) promised land
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1:09pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
commodation? Something to do with portable toilets? Or was that meant to be commendation?
No, it was a commodation! Don't get me wrong, he's a genius, but he didn't invent Penicillin! Admit it OSPers, even you can, Baz's line was a gift from the gods!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: commodation? Something to do with portable toilets? Or was that meant to be commendation?[/p][/quote]No, it was a commodation! Don't get me wrong, he's a genius, but he didn't invent Penicillin! Admit it OSPers, even you can, Baz's line was a gift from the gods! Bring back Branfoot
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1:11pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Velleity wrote:
sssshhhhhh.

We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs.

Keep it up and we can talk football!
Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football![/p][/quote]Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't. OSPREYSAINT
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1:14pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
commodation? Something to do with portable toilets? Or was that meant to be commendation?
No, it was a commodation! Don't get me wrong, he's a genius, but he didn't invent Penicillin! Admit it OSPers, even you can, Baz's line was a gift from the gods!
Not a gift from the bogs then?
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: commodation? Something to do with portable toilets? Or was that meant to be commendation?[/p][/quote]No, it was a commodation! Don't get me wrong, he's a genius, but he didn't invent Penicillin! Admit it OSPers, even you can, Baz's line was a gift from the gods![/p][/quote]Not a gift from the bogs then? OSPREYSAINT
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1:15pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers!
"Why is i then the super liners" Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates. Shame. Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess?
More Independence of the Seas, but without the tummy bugs!
Great, that's the spirit. Independence. I do like you Osprey, even though you called me a smeghead yesterday. I am human after all.

Did you enjoy my independence poem?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.[/p][/quote]Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers![/p][/quote]"Why is i then the super liners" Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates. Shame. Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess?[/p][/quote]More Independence of the Seas, but without the tummy bugs![/p][/quote]Great, that's the spirit. Independence. I do like you Osprey, even though you called me a smeghead yesterday. I am human after all. Did you enjoy my independence poem? More Glory
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1:16pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Nasty tweets being posted that Luke as tweaked an ankle and may not be risked. Hope they wrong.
Nasty tweets being posted that Luke as tweaked an ankle and may not be risked. Hope they wrong. OSPREYSAINT
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1:17pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

More Glory wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.
Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers!
"Why is i then the super liners" Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates. Shame. Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess?
More Independence of the Seas, but without the tummy bugs!
Great, that's the spirit. Independence. I do like you Osprey, even though you called me a smeghead yesterday. I am human after all.

Did you enjoy my independence poem?
I didn't call you a smeghead, did you not see the question mark?
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: "Why is i then the super liners that leave Southampton and the paying tourists passengers dont spend much money in souhampton city ? as seen on local news a few months ago ! will look at tourists to portsmouth and southampton i like the facts you do have a large number from Berkshire today" There is a good reason for not responding to incomprehensible twaddle like this.[/p][/quote]Souhampton? Never heard of it OSPers![/p][/quote]"Why is i then the super liners" Oh dear, the heat of the battle is getting to poor Ospers, either that or he is downgrading his grammar for his associates. Shame. Osprey, If you want to be a Superliner, that is fine by me. How about the Sea Princess?[/p][/quote]More Independence of the Seas, but without the tummy bugs![/p][/quote]Great, that's the spirit. Independence. I do like you Osprey, even though you called me a smeghead yesterday. I am human after all. Did you enjoy my independence poem?[/p][/quote]I didn't call you a smeghead, did you not see the question mark? OSPREYSAINT
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1:17pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

Back to football
Are Saints safe under adkins ?
Their is still time but will cortese spend ?
Can Saints fans intervene inpending religation .
Are the fans happy so far.
Back to football Are Saints safe under adkins ? Their is still time but will cortese spend ? Can Saints fans intervene inpending religation . Are the fans happy so far. bluewhiteandred
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1:23pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem!
I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem
I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz!
Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights. He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights" Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look! What a gent!
How dare Dooku do such a thing! Costa Baz is off limits! Rosa Parks, the perfect analogy! Lol
Classic! That's also a keeper! HAHA


Here is the Dooku attack

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:32pm Fri 7 Dec 12

costa gaz wrote:

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment.
Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter.

I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets.
Says the bloke who started the whole stepford wives thing leading to skunt pandemonium on here.

You've got a massive chip mate. Need to sort it or it'll ruin your life.”
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.[/p][/quote]Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem![/p][/quote]I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem[/p][/quote]I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz![/p][/quote]Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights. He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights" Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look! What a gent![/p][/quote]How dare Dooku do such a thing! Costa Baz is off limits! Rosa Parks, the perfect analogy! Lol[/p][/quote]Classic! That's also a keeper! HAHA Here is the Dooku attack Seedhouse the Unrepentant says... 8:32pm Fri 7 Dec 12 costa gaz wrote: OSPREYSAINT wrote: It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment. Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter. I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets. Says the bloke who started the whole stepford wives thing leading to skunt pandemonium on here. You've got a massive chip mate. Need to sort it or it'll ruin your life.” More Glory
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1:25pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Got a game to go to, have fun people.
Got a game to go to, have fun people. OSPREYSAINT
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1:32pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

redsnapper wrote:
DOOMED

"Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park."

Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters.

Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.
SINCE 2010 the pompey fans have endured more than any other football fan in football league history .
We dont change our colours and through thick and thin loyalty is our name a portsmouth supporter yes a lot less few if it was saints or another football club supporters would be fewer.
[quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: DOOMED "Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park." Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters. Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.[/p][/quote]SINCE 2010 the pompey fans have endured more than any other football fan in football league history . We dont change our colours and through thick and thin loyalty is our name a portsmouth supporter yes a lot less few if it was saints or another football club supporters would be fewer. bluewhiteandred
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1:34pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Velleity wrote:
sssshhhhhh.

We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs.

Keep it up and we can talk football!
Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.
OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football![/p][/quote]Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.[/p][/quote]OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we? Bring back Branfoot
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1:38pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.
Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem!
I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem
I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz!
Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights. He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights" Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look! What a gent!
How dare Dooku do such a thing! Costa Baz is off limits! Rosa Parks, the perfect analogy! Lol
Classic! That's also a keeper! HAHA


Here is the Dooku attack

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:32pm Fri 7 Dec 12

costa gaz wrote:

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment.
Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter.

I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets.
Says the bloke who started the whole stepford wives thing leading to skunt pandemonium on here.

You've got a massive chip mate. Need to sort it or it'll ruin your life.”
Ruin your life! Who is Baz, Zammo from Grange Hill? Stone me! I love the pandemonium nonsense. They are annoying, but you gotta love em!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: Morning Ian, Quite a revealing day yesterday. Lots of things came out, which should be aired on ths forum. Who knows, it could help bring the two clubs closer together. Here is some background information. The whale refers to a made up story by Seed and Strazzie earlier in the day. Now, Seed sometimes talks to a few of the posters who will talk to him on the news site about fishing. I honestly think the Whale story actually goes back to a little lake in East Hampshire when he was set upon by his life nemesis (see below). Now, I have background information on Seed’s upbringing. Did you know that Seed has a twin brother? Now Seed’s twin brother and him both had disturbed childhoods, but were separated early in life, but had some communication for a few years. Seed’s brother dealt with his by getting away from his day job, and following his nearest footy team, and dressing up in mad apparel, getting drunk and becoming somewhat famous or infamous. His day job is looking after books. Guess who? Seed, being a bit more driven and secretive (a typical behavioural trait for his upbringing), put all his energy into his little businesses to forgey his bad start, and as he has got older started getting into footy and then started getting into footy websites. He found his inner calling, somewhere he could be secretive by having multi-logons, and could then try to dominate others as Johnny had done to him when he was younger. The ultimate inner payback to Johnny was when he and a couple of his willing accomplices would sit on the Pompey News site, and he could again adopt more multi-personalities whilst retaining the nicer Seed persona – see Bagman, and Bizman for instance. He is now in the process of ultimate control by luring more now willing accomplices to his new chosen control room (the Joshua Tree pub), and poisoning them ala The Stepford Wives. To all genuine independent fans here. We may be Blues fans, but we are really concerned about you. Please start fighting this regime. My message to Seed is to go and make it up with Johnny, and move on with his life. They might find in each other their ultimate soul mate.[/p][/quote]Good morning MG! So Johnny is responsible for home being a control freak! You are good at this investigating caper. I wonder what the story is with the other jealous and demented Stepford wives. It never gets old. Lots more mileage left it in this gem![/p][/quote]I'm just a humanitarian really Ian. Just trying to help others. I think Poppy ie Puppy may be Seed Junior. We need to work on him really soon. SW No4 I also think Dona is considering his association, perhaps not in cyber space, but certainly down the pub. Therefore, step up SW No 5 - Kennethia, or Kendra. Certainly on the outside but definitely one who can be helped. On Agnetha, or Agnus as Dom called her (it does make more sense). Is she a stand-alone? I do know that she is also Stroppy Gramps, and almost certainly a well known poster on the News (we'll keep it quiet for a bit longer though). There are a few wannabe wives - ie like Strassie. We don't need to worry about her though as she can't get poisoned down the pub. So guess, we are looking at an inner and an outer Stepford Five! When being attacked by a clone, it's actually Count Dooku who is behind it, but when its a wife - its just Dr Know (from AI). As you say, Its gonna run and run this one, a bit like the Saville case really. PUP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Cost Baz, You are a gem[/p][/quote]I must second that! Costa baz, the fact that you've been so cruely overlooked, as far as some commodation is concerned, disgusts me! The Stepford Wives concept of yours, will truly change the dynamics of this thread for the better! I salute you you Baz![/p][/quote]Agree with "you you". It could be the "Rosa Parks" moment, when one individual stood up for their human rights. He could end up being the "First Saint of Echo rights" Dooku actually wrongly attacked "Costa Gaz" yesterday, and Costa Baz apologized on his behalf. It's worth a look! What a gent![/p][/quote]How dare Dooku do such a thing! Costa Baz is off limits! Rosa Parks, the perfect analogy! Lol[/p][/quote]Classic! That's also a keeper! HAHA Here is the Dooku attack Seedhouse the Unrepentant says... 8:32pm Fri 7 Dec 12 costa gaz wrote: OSPREYSAINT wrote: It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment. Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter. I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets. Says the bloke who started the whole stepford wives thing leading to skunt pandemonium on here. You've got a massive chip mate. Need to sort it or it'll ruin your life.”[/p][/quote]Ruin your life! Who is Baz, Zammo from Grange Hill? Stone me! I love the pandemonium nonsense. They are annoying, but you gotta love em! Bring back Branfoot
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1:38pm Sat 8 Dec 12

costa gaz says...

Block 34 wrote:
btw just read the above posts!
wtf are u lot on????!!!!!
I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!!
For F's sake grow up the lot of u...
and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!!
Said something similar yesterday Block.
They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same.
They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones.......
Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter.

KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY.


P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.
[quote][p][bold]Block 34[/bold] wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!![/p][/quote]Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast. costa gaz
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1:38pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
redsnapper wrote:
DOOMED

"Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park."

Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters.

Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.
SINCE 2010 the pompey fans have endured more than any other football fan in football league history .
We dont change our colours and through thick and thin loyalty is our name a portsmouth supporter yes a lot less few if it was saints or another football club supporters would be fewer.
You wonder why we are on here with comments like this regually and the constant mocking we the fan did not do the crimes but have to pay for them

bluewhiteandred a football fan
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: DOOMED "Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park." Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters. Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.[/p][/quote]SINCE 2010 the pompey fans have endured more than any other football fan in football league history . We dont change our colours and through thick and thin loyalty is our name a portsmouth supporter yes a lot less few if it was saints or another football club supporters would be fewer.[/p][/quote]You wonder why we are on here with comments like this regually and the constant mocking we the fan did not do the crimes but have to pay for them bluewhiteandred a football fan bluewhiteandred
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1:40pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Velleity wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football!
Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.
OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?
Ian,

He has been down the Josh hasn't he? That is where the control is at it's worst.

We have to make allowances!

Here is Dooku's second attack (or is it an attack by Dr Know - the hologram?

seventh-junction says...
8:42pm Fri 7 Dec 12

costa gaz wrote:

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment.
Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter.

I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets.
F@ck off up the pub or something then.
Just stop whinging and whining like a spoilt brat ffs”
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football![/p][/quote]Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.[/p][/quote]OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?[/p][/quote]Ian, He has been down the Josh hasn't he? That is where the control is at it's worst. We have to make allowances! Here is Dooku's second attack (or is it an attack by Dr Know - the hologram? seventh-junction says... 8:42pm Fri 7 Dec 12 costa gaz wrote: OSPREYSAINT wrote: It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment. Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter. I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets. F@ck off up the pub or something then. Just stop whinging and whining like a spoilt brat ffs” More Glory
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1:51pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Velleity wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football!
Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.
OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?
Ian,

He has been down the Josh hasn't he? That is where the control is at it's worst.

We have to make allowances!

Here is Dooku's second attack (or is it an attack by Dr Know - the hologram?

seventh-junction says...
8:42pm Fri 7 Dec 12

costa gaz wrote:

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment.
Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter.

I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets.
F@ck off up the pub or something then.
Just stop whinging and whining like a spoilt brat ffs”
Well, you see, that's typical Junction, throwing his Eton & Oxford education in our faces. The man is a wordsmith!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football![/p][/quote]Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.[/p][/quote]OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?[/p][/quote]Ian, He has been down the Josh hasn't he? That is where the control is at it's worst. We have to make allowances! Here is Dooku's second attack (or is it an attack by Dr Know - the hologram? seventh-junction says... 8:42pm Fri 7 Dec 12 costa gaz wrote: OSPREYSAINT wrote: It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment. Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter. I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets. F@ck off up the pub or something then. Just stop whinging and whining like a spoilt brat ffs”[/p][/quote]Well, you see, that's typical Junction, throwing his Eton & Oxford education in our faces. The man is a wordsmith! Bring back Branfoot
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1:53pm Sat 8 Dec 12

bluewhiteandred says...

My theory both Saints and pompey are not having a good season so the football talk is non existent accept for the odd win by both clubs.
Sadly both clubs are not the force or respected clubs as they were previous pompey sadly the more... and at the fans loss an cost ! .

We both are crapppp because of diffarent reasons lack of investment and no investment .
My theory both Saints and pompey are not having a good season so the football talk is non existent accept for the odd win by both clubs. Sadly both clubs are not the force or respected clubs as they were previous pompey sadly the more... and at the fans loss an cost ! . We both are crapppp because of diffarent reasons lack of investment and no investment . bluewhiteandred
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1:53pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

costa gaz wrote:
Block 34 wrote:
btw just read the above posts!
wtf are u lot on????!!!!!
I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!!
For F's sake grow up the lot of u...
and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!!
Said something similar yesterday Block.
They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same.
They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones.......
Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter.

KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY.


P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.
No, no! Do the the Stepford Wives bit again. Go on! Pleeeeeease!
[quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 34[/bold] wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!![/p][/quote]Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.[/p][/quote]No, no! Do the the Stepford Wives bit again. Go on! Pleeeeeease! Bring back Branfoot
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1:58pm Sat 8 Dec 12

costa gaz says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
costa gaz wrote:
Block 34 wrote:
btw just read the above posts!
wtf are u lot on????!!!!!
I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!!
For F's sake grow up the lot of u...
and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!!
Said something similar yesterday Block.
They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same.
They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones.......
Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter.

KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY.


P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.
No, no! Do the the Stepford Wives bit again. Go on! Pleeeeeease!
wtf are you on about?
You'll have to explain this to me.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 34[/bold] wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!![/p][/quote]Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.[/p][/quote]No, no! Do the the Stepford Wives bit again. Go on! Pleeeeeease![/p][/quote]wtf are you on about? You'll have to explain this to me. costa gaz
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2:00pm Sat 8 Dec 12

up saints says...

has the match against reading been cancelled not much talk about it here today
has the match against reading been cancelled not much talk about it here today up saints
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2:12pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

costa gaz wrote:
Block 34 wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!!
Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.
Block 34 cheers. A true fan.

You guys need to take back ownership of this site. If more of you can stand up and be counted, they will wilt away, and so will we. They are a pack animal though.

Maybe 2-1 to you guys, maybe a 1-1 or a 2-2 draw though
[quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 34[/bold] wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!![/p][/quote]Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.[/p][/quote]Block 34 cheers. A true fan. You guys need to take back ownership of this site. If more of you can stand up and be counted, they will wilt away, and so will we. They are a pack animal though. Maybe 2-1 to you guys, maybe a 1-1 or a 2-2 draw though More Glory
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2:14pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Velleity wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football!
Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.
OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?
Ian, He has been down the Josh hasn't he? That is where the control is at it's worst. We have to make allowances! Here is Dooku's second attack (or is it an attack by Dr Know - the hologram? seventh-junction says... 8:42pm Fri 7 Dec 12 costa gaz wrote: OSPREYSAINT wrote: It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment. Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter. I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets. F@ck off up the pub or something then. Just stop whinging and whining like a spoilt brat ffs”
Well, you see, that's typical Junction, throwing his Eton & Oxford education in our faces. The man is a wordsmith!
You mean Seed of course.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football![/p][/quote]Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.[/p][/quote]OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?[/p][/quote]Ian, He has been down the Josh hasn't he? That is where the control is at it's worst. We have to make allowances! Here is Dooku's second attack (or is it an attack by Dr Know - the hologram? seventh-junction says... 8:42pm Fri 7 Dec 12 costa gaz wrote: OSPREYSAINT wrote: It would appear that the Skate/Skunt Trolls and WUMs have the monopoly of stupidity on here today, no further comment. Don't blame them Osprey, there are more than enough of our own (usual suspects) ruining virtually every thread with this incredibly hilarious banter. I'm sure there are message boards around that they can take their silliness, because it is as tedious as it gets. F@ck off up the pub or something then. Just stop whinging and whining like a spoilt brat ffs”[/p][/quote]Well, you see, that's typical Junction, throwing his Eton & Oxford education in our faces. The man is a wordsmith![/p][/quote]You mean Seed of course. More Glory
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2:33pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

See! Get me help! I tell you, they've got to me! Am I a droid? Could I in fact be malfunctioning?
See! Get me help! I tell you, they've got to me! Am I a droid? Could I in fact be malfunctioning? Bring back Branfoot
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2:37pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

up saints wrote:
has the match against reading been cancelled not much talk about it here today
Sir, you want football talk? More chance of finding it on the Loose Women site then this vipers nest. Go now before, you get bitten!
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: has the match against reading been cancelled not much talk about it here today[/p][/quote]Sir, you want football talk? More chance of finding it on the Loose Women site then this vipers nest. Go now before, you get bitten! Bring back Branfoot
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2:41pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Bring back Branfoot says...

More Glory wrote:
costa gaz wrote:
Block 34 wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!!
Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.
Block 34 cheers. A true fan.

You guys need to take back ownership of this site. If more of you can stand up and be counted, they will wilt away, and so will we. They are a pack animal though.

Maybe 2-1 to you guys, maybe a 1-1 or a 2-2 draw though
Well said! They like the 5 against 1 scenario, but when they have more opposition, they sh1t their panties and run. Yesterday the dominatrix had a pop at all of them and they all disappeared!
[quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 34[/bold] wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!![/p][/quote]Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.[/p][/quote]Block 34 cheers. A true fan. You guys need to take back ownership of this site. If more of you can stand up and be counted, they will wilt away, and so will we. They are a pack animal though. Maybe 2-1 to you guys, maybe a 1-1 or a 2-2 draw though[/p][/quote]Well said! They like the 5 against 1 scenario, but when they have more opposition, they sh1t their panties and run. Yesterday the dominatrix had a pop at all of them and they all disappeared! Bring back Branfoot
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2:43pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
See! Get me help! I tell you, they've got to me! Am I a droid? Could I in fact be malfunctioning?
HA. That is why he is also Dr Know. Never mind, I honestly don't understand why more posters here don't mention all these multi-logons.

BTW, that was Gaz you were speaking to, and not Baz. He is a reasonable chap. Read my cut n pasted Dooku attacks. He was being wrongly got at by Seed.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: See! Get me help! I tell you, they've got to me! Am I a droid? Could I in fact be malfunctioning?[/p][/quote]HA. That is why he is also Dr Know. Never mind, I honestly don't understand why more posters here don't mention all these multi-logons. BTW, that was Gaz you were speaking to, and not Baz. He is a reasonable chap. Read my cut n pasted Dooku attacks. He was being wrongly got at by Seed. More Glory
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2:54pm Sat 8 Dec 12

Mush On The Beach says...

What’s this a skunt chimp tea party.
Grape Ape!!!
Do you all sit in the same caravan grooming for nits.

Enjoy the Premiership game, we will

p.s. get a life you sad lonely mongs
What’s this a skunt chimp tea party. Grape Ape!!! Do you all sit in the same caravan grooming for nits. Enjoy the Premiership game, we will p.s. get a life you sad lonely mongs Mush On The Beach
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3:03pm Sat 8 Dec 12

More Glory says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
More Glory wrote:
costa gaz wrote:
Block 34 wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!!
Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.
Block 34 cheers. A true fan. You guys need to take back ownership of this site. If more of you can stand up and be counted, they will wilt away, and so will we. They are a pack animal though. Maybe 2-1 to you guys, maybe a 1-1 or a 2-2 draw though
Well said! They like the 5 against 1 scenario, but when they have more opposition, they sh1t their panties and run. Yesterday the dominatrix had a pop at all of them and they all disappeared!
Yep. We need to organise it. Sounds like a plan?
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Glory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 34[/bold] wrote: btw just read the above posts! wtf are u lot on????!!!!! I thought this was a football forum, not a forum for tossers with hangups over a 40 mile stretch of distance?!!! For F's sake grow up the lot of u... and from all genuine Saints fans, best of luck PFC for your future!![/p][/quote]Said something similar yesterday Block. They have hijacked this board and until the echo step in and sort it out it'll stay the same. They all think they're hilarious, sort of Perter Kaye clones....... Why dont you all go on facebook to continue your side splitting banter. KEEP THESE SAINTS THREADS FOOTBALL ONLY. P.s... tough game today and a narrow win is my forecast.[/p][/quote]Block 34 cheers. A true fan. You guys need to take back ownership of this site. If more of you can stand up and be counted, they will wilt away, and so will we. They are a pack animal though. Maybe 2-1 to you guys, maybe a 1-1 or a 2-2 draw though[/p][/quote]Well said! They like the 5 against 1 scenario, but when they have more opposition, they sh1t their panties and run. Yesterday the dominatrix had a pop at all of them and they all disappeared![/p][/quote]Yep. We need to organise it. Sounds like a plan? More Glory
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5:57pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Nasty tweets being posted that Luke as tweaked an ankle and may not be risked. Hope they wrong.
I am glad the tweets were wrong, the player that had picked up a knock was Gazza. Fortune favours the bold.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Nasty tweets being posted that Luke as tweaked an ankle and may not be risked. Hope they wrong.[/p][/quote]I am glad the tweets were wrong, the player that had picked up a knock was Gazza. Fortune favours the bold. OSPREYSAINT
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6:01pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back Branfoot wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Velleity wrote:
sssshhhhhh.

We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs.

Keep it up and we can talk football!
Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.
OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?
Nonsense post, you make no sense at all, with friends like you I would have no need for enemies.
[quote][p][bold]Bring back Branfoot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: sssshhhhhh. We have managed to far (with a blip from Osprey) to ignore the WUMs. Keep it up and we can talk football![/p][/quote]Sorry, I am getting OCD myself, Doctor Doctor, please help, I am being corrupted by Blue Few parasites. The only cure will be the complete demise of the shower down the end of the M27. Will it happen? Watch this space. Time to go get enthralled/ bored/ depressed at St. Marys. May the best team win. Or Southampton if they aren't.[/p][/quote]OSPers, who is Billeity, your keeper? Who you talk to is your business! I thought we were muckers? I might give you the odd jab, which you give back, but we get on, don't we?[/p][/quote]Nonsense post, you make no sense at all, with friends like you I would have no need for enemies. OSPREYSAINT
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6:07pm Sat 8 Dec 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
redsnapper wrote:
DOOMED

"Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park."

Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters.

Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.
SINCE 2010 the pompey fans have endured more than any other football fan in football league history .
We dont change our colours and through thick and thin loyalty is our name a portsmouth supporter yes a lot less few if it was saints or another football club supporters would be fewer.
You wonder why we are on here with comments like this regually and the constant mocking we the fan did not do the crimes but have to pay for them

bluewhiteandred a football fan
We said the same about your lot when we had our little problem and were getting sh1te big time from your own WUMs, it is they who deserve what they get, not the decent fans who were sympathetic at the time, don't tar everyone with the same brush, there is good and bad on both sides. You are welcome to talk sensible football on here as our guest, leave out the dross and you will get a decent response and may be in good time a bit of respect, a meritable result at Tranmere today, go on The News site and shout about it, celebrate with your own, they need more cheering up than we do, on here we are not interested, having had a good win ourselves, but the again that doesn't interest you..
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]redsnapper[/bold] wrote: DOOMED "Birch can sell Pompey to the PST - even though former owner Balram Chainrai still has a mortgage on the stadium - provided there is a court ruling over the true value of the ramshackle Fratton Park." Ramshackle ground LOL and even more ramshackle supporters. Sad but true and no wonder the blue few who can write keep crawling on to this site.[/p][/quote]SINCE 2010 the pompey fans have endured more than any other football fan in football league history . We dont change our colours and through thick and thin loyalty is our name a portsmouth supporter yes a lot less few if it was saints or another football club supporters would be fewer.[/p][/quote]You wonder why we are on here with comments like this regually and the constant mocking we the fan did not do the crimes but have to pay for them bluewhiteandred a football fan[/p][/quote]We said the same about your lot when we had our little problem and were getting sh1te big time from your own WUMs, it is they who deserve what they get, not the decent fans who were sympathetic at the time, don't tar everyone with the same brush, there is good and bad on both sides. You are welcome to talk sensible football on here as our guest, leave out the dross and you will get a decent response and may be in good time a bit of respect, a meritable result at Tranmere today, go on The News site and shout about it, celebrate with your own, they need more cheering up than we do, on here we are not interested, having had a good win ourselves, but the again that doesn't interest you.. OSPREYSAINT
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