Saints secure massive Villa win

Saints secure massive Villa win

Saints secure massive Villa win

First published in Saints News

Saints gave their survival hopes a massive boost as they won only their second away game of the season in the Premier League at relegation rivals Aston Villa in controversial circumstances.

The 1-0 victory at Villa Park was secured by Rickie Lambert’s first half penalty but the home team were furious about the award of the spot kick with suggestions that Jay Rodriguez went down without any contact.

The only bad news of the day was a Luke Shaw being carried off with a serious looking knee injury.

The harsh reality for Villa is that they have now taken only one point from their last five league games and look set for a season-long battle to stay up.

It completed a miserable week after the Capital One Cup semi-final, first leg setback at Bradford.

The defeat further emphasised the need for Paul Lambert to bring in reinforcements during January although he indicated yesterday that there will not be major funding available.

Although the penalty award was highly debatable, Villa were well below par in the opening 45 minutes and looked vulnerable on the counter-attack.

They improved during the second half with Christian Benteke and Andreas Weimann posing a threat.

But a combination of the woodwork, poor finishing and fine saves from Artur Boruc meant they could not pierce the Saints rearguard.

Saints have now collected 17 points from their last 11 games - a sharp contrast to losing eight of their initial 10 games back in the top flight.

They were well organised at the back and went forward with purpose with Rodriguez a threat with his pace.

Benteke looked sharp in the early stages and had a shot on the turn blocked by Jos Hooiveld at the expense of a corner.

The Belgium international was then only just too high with a dipping effort from the edge of the Saints box.

But Villa were almost caught-out on the counter-attack after Lambert's first time pass found Rodriguez in yards of space.

He cut into the box and slid the ball across Brad Guzan but Villa skipper Ciaran Clark was on hand to clear.

Southampton were looking dangerous and Rodriguez glanced a header just wide of the far post from Jason Puncheon's cross.

Saints left-back Luke Shaw ventured forward and his low shot had Guzan scrambling across his line but was inches off target.

Puncheon created space for himself inside the Villa box after a a neat turn and shot over when he should have at least tested Guzan.

But then came the hotly-contested spot-kick which put the Saints ahead.

Stevens appeared to make no contact on Rodriguez before he went to ground just inside the box.

Villa protested in vain and Lambert sent Guzan the wrong way from the spot for his ninth goal of the season.

Shaw was finding plenty of space to venture forward and Guzan blocked his shot from a narrow angle.

Lambert brought on Barry Bannan for Holman at the start of the second period and his side showed more purpose.

Artur Boruc parried Andreas Weimann's left-footed effort and then Benteke hooked the ball over the bar after Artur had denied Stevens.

But Saints still threatened danger and Clark again had to be alert to halt Rodriguez's surge forward.

Guzan was relieved when Puncheon crashed a fierce low drive against the post.

Villa staged a late rally and Boruc kept out Benteke's header.

But he was powerless to stop Nathan Baker's header which crashed against the bar from substitute Barry Bannan's corner.

Benteke then shot wide after Boruc had bravely saved at the feet of Gabriel Agbonlahor as the Saints survived to seal their second away win of the season.

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5:25pm Sat 12 Jan 13

AmsterdamSaint says...

Brilliant win! COYS!
Brilliant win! COYS! AmsterdamSaint
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5:26pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Matt Le God says...

In contrast to last two weeks - well done Boruc - great performance!!
In contrast to last two weeks - well done Boruc - great performance!! Matt Le God
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5:28pm Sat 12 Jan 13

SnapperSaint says...

Up to 15th in table...what a great win that was today!
Up to 15th in table...what a great win that was today! SnapperSaint
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5:31pm Sat 12 Jan 13

kent141 says...

Bring on Chelsea :0)
Bring on Chelsea :0) kent141
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5:31pm Sat 12 Jan 13

skiptonsaint says...

Just got on train after match
Massive win. Alot of fight and maybe slightly lucky day but deserved after plenty of unlucky days earlier in season

Borus my mom and clear goalkeeper for the time being

Shaw injury a big worry though.

Deffo a six team scrap now and thats much better for us than 3 from 4

And lambert creeps even further up the prem goalscorers chart.

All round good day.

Is it wrong to dream of a draw at chelsea ?
Just got on train after match Massive win. Alot of fight and maybe slightly lucky day but deserved after plenty of unlucky days earlier in season Borus my mom and clear goalkeeper for the time being Shaw injury a big worry though. Deffo a six team scrap now and thats much better for us than 3 from 4 And lambert creeps even further up the prem goalscorers chart. All round good day. Is it wrong to dream of a draw at chelsea ? skiptonsaint
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5:34pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Ross123 says...

boruc amazing today!

great win!!

defense was winning all the drop downs! jos had a good game, they all did,

rodriquez and lambert were classy up front!

enjoy match of the day tonight!

bring on chelsea! also, bring in 2-3 more players asap to secure survival!
boruc amazing today! great win!! defense was winning all the drop downs! jos had a good game, they all did, rodriquez and lambert were classy up front! enjoy match of the day tonight! bring on chelsea! also, bring in 2-3 more players asap to secure survival! Ross123
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5:43pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Tirau Dan says...

Always up in the early hours to follow Saints down here in NZ.. love em and never more so than after a match like that where Saints dominated for ages, weathered their resolute flurries and came away with a controversial but well deserved win.

Well deserved because we worked hard, played as a team and never stopped trying for a moment.

Artur pulled the sword from the stone.

Jay earned his spurs today - a delight to watch.. best yet to come for sure!

Punch is divorced from Judy and is loose on the town... look out.

The real Spiderman is alive and well playing for Southampton FC.

Good Luck at the hospital Luke..

Well done Nigel... "great character from the team"

Well done to the best away fans in the country... I heard you down here - Magic!!
Always up in the early hours to follow Saints down here in NZ.. love em and never more so than after a match like that where Saints dominated for ages, weathered their resolute flurries and came away with a controversial but well deserved win. Well deserved because we worked hard, played as a team and never stopped trying for a moment. Artur pulled the sword from the stone. Jay earned his spurs today - a delight to watch.. best yet to come for sure! Punch is divorced from Judy and is loose on the town... look out. The real Spiderman is alive and well playing for Southampton FC. Good Luck at the hospital Luke.. Well done Nigel... "great character from the team" Well done to the best away fans in the country... I heard you down here - Magic!! Tirau Dan
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5:43pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach says...

It’s just like watching Brazil
It’s just like watching Brazil Mush On The Beach
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5:44pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Velleity says...

Sounded very much like Boruc rose to the occasion. I hoped he might (and more than that I hope he keeps it up).

It didn't sound like we had a poor player on the pitch, though comments from people watching streams weren't happy with the Hoover. Anyone who was there care to comment?
Sounded very much like Boruc rose to the occasion. I hoped he might (and more than that I hope he keeps it up). It didn't sound like we had a poor player on the pitch, though comments from people watching streams weren't happy with the Hoover. Anyone who was there care to comment? Velleity
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5:45pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

skiptonsaint wrote:
Just got on train after match
Massive win. Alot of fight and maybe slightly lucky day but deserved after plenty of unlucky days earlier in season

Borus my mom and clear goalkeeper for the time being

Shaw injury a big worry though.

Deffo a six team scrap now and thats much better for us than 3 from 4

And lambert creeps even further up the prem goalscorers chart.

All round good day.

Is it wrong to dream of a draw at chelsea ?
Heard you loud and clear here in Strasbourg. Enjoy the trip home, and wear your colours with pride - you deserve it.
[quote][p][bold]skiptonsaint[/bold] wrote: Just got on train after match Massive win. Alot of fight and maybe slightly lucky day but deserved after plenty of unlucky days earlier in season Borus my mom and clear goalkeeper for the time being Shaw injury a big worry though. Deffo a six team scrap now and thats much better for us than 3 from 4 And lambert creeps even further up the prem goalscorers chart. All round good day. Is it wrong to dream of a draw at chelsea ?[/p][/quote]Heard you loud and clear here in Strasbourg. Enjoy the trip home, and wear your colours with pride - you deserve it. Strasbourg Saint
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5:45pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Ozmosis says...

The travelling fans were great again. Barely heard the Villa crown at all.
The travelling fans were great again. Barely heard the Villa crown at all. Ozmosis
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5:47pm Sat 12 Jan 13

rocketone says...

So patience has won the day, not panic buying!
We do need to make additions, we all knew that certain transfer targets didn't materialise at the pre-season.
Now we can purchase from a position of doing well, instead of hoping to do ok!
The 2nd round of games has started and we get second bite at the teams who beat us before and Arsenal have already seen the improvement.
CFC away is not a must win, just a see what we can get. Everton is a game I would like to win, but they are still doing well.
After those we need to start climbing up and away, good to see NUFC joining in the scrap after last seasons trip to nosebleed land!
There is a gap above us and it would be good to get say 4 points from the next 2 games and keep those teams below us.
BUT......we are Saints and I don't expect us to do it the easy way.
So patience has won the day, not panic buying! We do need to make additions, we all knew that certain transfer targets didn't materialise at the pre-season. Now we can purchase from a position of doing well, instead of hoping to do ok! The 2nd round of games has started and we get second bite at the teams who beat us before and Arsenal have already seen the improvement. CFC away is not a must win, just a see what we can get. Everton is a game I would like to win, but they are still doing well. After those we need to start climbing up and away, good to see NUFC joining in the scrap after last seasons trip to nosebleed land! There is a gap above us and it would be good to get say 4 points from the next 2 games and keep those teams below us. BUT......we are Saints and I don't expect us to do it the easy way. rocketone
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5:51pm Sat 12 Jan 13

MGRA says...

Our away fans sound like home fans on the radio... absolutely the best support in the division....
Our away fans sound like home fans on the radio... absolutely the best support in the division.... MGRA
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5:52pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Velleity wrote:
Sounded very much like Boruc rose to the occasion. I hoped he might (and more than that I hope he keeps it up).

It didn't sound like we had a poor player on the pitch, though comments from people watching streams weren't happy with the Hoover. Anyone who was there care to comment?
Just heard Nigel's comments.

1. He said that Jos had a tough game. I agree, but he stuck to his task. Can't fault him too much for having to mark a player who never stopped running. He'll find it harder at Chelsea!

2. Nigel said he thinks Shaw's injury might not be too bad - mainly gashes to the leg (should have been given as a foul). Let's hope it's not too bad.

3. Nigel didn't think it was a pen but may have been given for an earlier 'foul' on Punch. Nigel didn't think that was a foul either. However, as I said earlier, Nigel also said that, if Jay hadn't moved his leg, he would have been caught and could have been injured.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Sounded very much like Boruc rose to the occasion. I hoped he might (and more than that I hope he keeps it up). It didn't sound like we had a poor player on the pitch, though comments from people watching streams weren't happy with the Hoover. Anyone who was there care to comment?[/p][/quote]Just heard Nigel's comments. 1. He said that Jos had a tough game. I agree, but he stuck to his task. Can't fault him too much for having to mark a player who never stopped running. He'll find it harder at Chelsea! 2. Nigel said he thinks Shaw's injury might not be too bad - mainly gashes to the leg (should have been given as a foul). Let's hope it's not too bad. 3. Nigel didn't think it was a pen but may have been given for an earlier 'foul' on Punch. Nigel didn't think that was a foul either. However, as I said earlier, Nigel also said that, if Jay hadn't moved his leg, he would have been caught and could have been injured. Strasbourg Saint
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5:54pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Rising_Son says...

We had it on tv. No one played badly. Although, Ramirez was not as effective as usual. It was good to have Clyne back, he not only played well but brought out the best in Puncheon. Rodriguez ran and ran, but seemed to lack confidence with his shooting. Schneiderlin and Cork were everywhere, and Yoshida played perhaps his best match so far. Rickie was, Rickie at his best.
We had it on tv. No one played badly. Although, Ramirez was not as effective as usual. It was good to have Clyne back, he not only played well but brought out the best in Puncheon. Rodriguez ran and ran, but seemed to lack confidence with his shooting. Schneiderlin and Cork were everywhere, and Yoshida played perhaps his best match so far. Rickie was, Rickie at his best. Rising_Son
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5:56pm Sat 12 Jan 13

saintkenny says...

you remember all the skunts on here at the end of last season saying we wont make the top 2 or lose in the playoffs .the comments from tebeourba are only what you expect from portsmouth fans .none came on here when we were in league one just bha fans ,and they did not in the championship only near the derby days december and april .and later as we stayed in the top 2 all season .they come on here in numbers now .because were in the premier league now .and they just dont like that.and whats going on with there club,there is nothing for them anymore so there just spending there time on here ,some with various logins .as the end comes near you can feel there desperation ,as the fear of disapearing away while there close rivals is .allowed to do with its own means which they just could not afford .what sad blew few ,and the few is getting fewer all the time .even some go to stmarys .more will, later once it folds ,not long now
you remember all the skunts on here at the end of last season saying we wont make the top 2 or lose in the playoffs .the comments from tebeourba are only what you expect from portsmouth fans .none came on here when we were in league one just bha fans ,and they did not in the championship only near the derby days december and april .and later as we stayed in the top 2 all season .they come on here in numbers now .because were in the premier league now .and they just dont like that.and whats going on with there club,there is nothing for them anymore so there just spending there time on here ,some with various logins .as the end comes near you can feel there desperation ,as the fear of disapearing away while there close rivals is .allowed to do with its own means which they just could not afford .what sad blew few ,and the few is getting fewer all the time .even some go to stmarys .more will, later once it folds ,not long now saintkenny
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6:05pm Sat 12 Jan 13

S Pance says...

AND I believe we have a game in hand.
AND I believe we have a game in hand. S Pance
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6:06pm Sat 12 Jan 13

kent141 says...

saintkenny wrote:
you remember all the skunts on here at the end of last season saying we wont make the top 2 or lose in the playoffs .the comments from tebeourba are only what you expect from portsmouth fans .none came on here when we were in league one just bha fans ,and they did not in the championship only near the derby days december and april .and later as we stayed in the top 2 all season .they come on here in numbers now .because were in the premier league now .and they just dont like that.and whats going on with there club,there is nothing for them anymore so there just spending there time on here ,some with various logins .as the end comes near you can feel there desperation ,as the fear of disapearing away while there close rivals is .allowed to do with its own means which they just could not afford .what sad blew few ,and the few is getting fewer all the time .even some go to stmarys .more will, later once it folds ,not long now
Just ignore the jealous skunts kenny and celebrate Nigels masterclass today and the incredible support, we are back in the car now , thanks to Bill for driving and look forward to seeing you all in the Josh later.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: you remember all the skunts on here at the end of last season saying we wont make the top 2 or lose in the playoffs .the comments from tebeourba are only what you expect from portsmouth fans .none came on here when we were in league one just bha fans ,and they did not in the championship only near the derby days december and april .and later as we stayed in the top 2 all season .they come on here in numbers now .because were in the premier league now .and they just dont like that.and whats going on with there club,there is nothing for them anymore so there just spending there time on here ,some with various logins .as the end comes near you can feel there desperation ,as the fear of disapearing away while there close rivals is .allowed to do with its own means which they just could not afford .what sad blew few ,and the few is getting fewer all the time .even some go to stmarys .more will, later once it folds ,not long now[/p][/quote]Just ignore the jealous skunts kenny and celebrate Nigels masterclass today and the incredible support, we are back in the car now , thanks to Bill for driving and look forward to seeing you all in the Josh later. kent141
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6:11pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Tirau Dan says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Sounded very much like Boruc rose to the occasion. I hoped he might (and more than that I hope he keeps it up).

It didn't sound like we had a poor player on the pitch, though comments from people watching streams weren't happy with the Hoover. Anyone who was there care to comment?
Just heard Nigel's comments.

1. He said that Jos had a tough game. I agree, but he stuck to his task. Can't fault him too much for having to mark a player who never stopped running. He'll find it harder at Chelsea!

2. Nigel said he thinks Shaw's injury might not be too bad - mainly gashes to the leg (should have been given as a foul). Let's hope it's not too bad.

3. Nigel didn't think it was a pen but may have been given for an earlier 'foul' on Punch. Nigel didn't think that was a foul either. However, as I said earlier, Nigel also said that, if Jay hadn't moved his leg, he would have been caught and could have been injured.
It begs the question.. for years as a kids coach the refs always did a stud inspection and a file was always there to ensure no sharp bits could gash legs. You'd think they could manage it in the prem.

Watching all the replays of the Jayrod fall.. I'd agree he was avoiding a blatant late attempt to kick him.. the ball was well past the defender. The media though will milk it for all it's worth as the latest in the anti-diving campaign..

Saints deserved the win.. good hard earned effort lads
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Sounded very much like Boruc rose to the occasion. I hoped he might (and more than that I hope he keeps it up). It didn't sound like we had a poor player on the pitch, though comments from people watching streams weren't happy with the Hoover. Anyone who was there care to comment?[/p][/quote]Just heard Nigel's comments. 1. He said that Jos had a tough game. I agree, but he stuck to his task. Can't fault him too much for having to mark a player who never stopped running. He'll find it harder at Chelsea! 2. Nigel said he thinks Shaw's injury might not be too bad - mainly gashes to the leg (should have been given as a foul). Let's hope it's not too bad. 3. Nigel didn't think it was a pen but may have been given for an earlier 'foul' on Punch. Nigel didn't think that was a foul either. However, as I said earlier, Nigel also said that, if Jay hadn't moved his leg, he would have been caught and could have been injured.[/p][/quote]It begs the question.. for years as a kids coach the refs always did a stud inspection and a file was always there to ensure no sharp bits could gash legs. You'd think they could manage it in the prem. Watching all the replays of the Jayrod fall.. I'd agree he was avoiding a blatant late attempt to kick him.. the ball was well past the defender. The media though will milk it for all it's worth as the latest in the anti-diving campaign.. Saints deserved the win.. good hard earned effort lads Tirau Dan
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6:11pm Sat 12 Jan 13

legod7 says...

S Pance wrote:
AND I believe we have a game in hand.
Yes it is away to Chelsea on Wednesday
[quote][p][bold]S Pance[/bold] wrote: AND I believe we have a game in hand.[/p][/quote]Yes it is away to Chelsea on Wednesday legod7
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6:14pm Sat 12 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

Rising_Son wrote:
We had it on tv. No one played badly. Although, Ramirez was not as effective as usual. It was good to have Clyne back, he not only played well but brought out the best in Puncheon. Rodriguez ran and ran, but seemed to lack confidence with his shooting. Schneiderlin and Cork were everywhere, and Yoshida played perhaps his best match so far. Rickie was, Rickie at his best.
Honest assesment now blood pressure has dropped.

Ramirez was a bit lightweight and gave a lot away and Jos gave it all but defends a bit first divisionish..ball goes anywere and everywere except to us a lot of the time...but they all tried..

"If Boruc keeps that up our goalkeeping case is sol-ved chief Inspector Dreyfuss"

Lambert what a pleasure to watch some of his passing...stunning.

Puncheon....I am not sure what your wages are but ffs are the club only paying you half because you only use one foot!!! if you could pass or cross accurately you would supply a shedload of goals.

Rodriguez..it's coming ..but please hit the bloödy thing, feel free to break the net if you do we can afford to buy a new one!...we have neighbours who cannot i know!
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: We had it on tv. No one played badly. Although, Ramirez was not as effective as usual. It was good to have Clyne back, he not only played well but brought out the best in Puncheon. Rodriguez ran and ran, but seemed to lack confidence with his shooting. Schneiderlin and Cork were everywhere, and Yoshida played perhaps his best match so far. Rickie was, Rickie at his best.[/p][/quote]Honest assesment now blood pressure has dropped. Ramirez was a bit lightweight and gave a lot away and Jos gave it all but defends a bit first divisionish..ball goes anywere and everywere except to us a lot of the time...but they all tried.. "If Boruc keeps that up our goalkeeping case is sol-ved chief Inspector Dreyfuss" Lambert what a pleasure to watch some of his passing...stunning. Puncheon....I am not sure what your wages are but ffs are the club only paying you half because you only use one foot!!! if you could pass or cross accurately you would supply a shedload of goals. Rodriguez..it's coming ..but please hit the bloödy thing, feel free to break the net if you do we can afford to buy a new one!...we have neighbours who cannot i know! warrens 76
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6:18pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Clemster says...

Back from the game. Great support! Thought team worked very hard and overall we deserved to win if for no other reason that we played more football.

First time seen Shaw if the flesh and he looked outstanding. Yoshida looked good but him and Jos didn't look secure at all at the back.

Rodriguez worked tirelessly up front and always a threat.

Boruc was outstanding too I thought and noone had a bad game. Desperately need another centre back though. Don't think we won a header all day in defence.

All in all a great result but in context have to admit that this Villa side are very very poor.
Back from the game. Great support! Thought team worked very hard and overall we deserved to win if for no other reason that we played more football. First time seen Shaw if the flesh and he looked outstanding. Yoshida looked good but him and Jos didn't look secure at all at the back. Rodriguez worked tirelessly up front and always a threat. Boruc was outstanding too I thought and noone had a bad game. Desperately need another centre back though. Don't think we won a header all day in defence. All in all a great result but in context have to admit that this Villa side are very very poor. Clemster
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6:35pm Sat 12 Jan 13

warrens 76 says...

Clemster wrote:
Back from the game. Great support! Thought team worked very hard and overall we deserved to win if for no other reason that we played more football.

First time seen Shaw if the flesh and he looked outstanding. Yoshida looked good but him and Jos didn't look secure at all at the back.

Rodriguez worked tirelessly up front and always a threat.

Boruc was outstanding too I thought and noone had a bad game. Desperately need another centre back though. Don't think we won a header all day in defence.

All in all a great result but in context have to admit that this Villa side are very very poor.
Which team was noone playing for, i must say he seemed quite all game..
joshing aside hope you had a good day..
[quote][p][bold]Clemster[/bold] wrote: Back from the game. Great support! Thought team worked very hard and overall we deserved to win if for no other reason that we played more football. First time seen Shaw if the flesh and he looked outstanding. Yoshida looked good but him and Jos didn't look secure at all at the back. Rodriguez worked tirelessly up front and always a threat. Boruc was outstanding too I thought and noone had a bad game. Desperately need another centre back though. Don't think we won a header all day in defence. All in all a great result but in context have to admit that this Villa side are very very poor.[/p][/quote]Which team was noone playing for, i must say he seemed quite all game.. joshing aside hope you had a good day.. warrens 76
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6:41pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Thornhill Saint says...

It has been commented that J Rod and Lambert should not play together. Sounds like it worked well together today.

I hope Hooiveldt used up all his bad jos in the first few games and he goes on to do well.

I am a bit worried about Fox coming back in for shaw, but if he has to I hope he has been taking notes from the youngster and working hard on the training ground!

Good to hear that Boruc not only made those saves, but by all accounts had a good game.

Fantastic win. Can't expect much change from Chelsea away. One to enjoy from a fan of football perspective maybe, but you never know!!!

Onwards and upwards. COYS!!!
It has been commented that J Rod and Lambert should not play together. Sounds like it worked well together today. I hope Hooiveldt used up all his bad jos in the first few games and he goes on to do well. I am a bit worried about Fox coming back in for shaw, but if he has to I hope he has been taking notes from the youngster and working hard on the training ground! Good to hear that Boruc not only made those saves, but by all accounts had a good game. Fantastic win. Can't expect much change from Chelsea away. One to enjoy from a fan of football perspective maybe, but you never know!!! Onwards and upwards. COYS!!! Thornhill Saint
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7:35pm Sat 12 Jan 13

redsnapper says...

I sometimes think some of our so called supporters get a bit negative but check out the Villains ///they are suicidal

http://www.thevillab
log.co.uk/aston-vill
a-blog/avfc-live/a-g
ame-changer-aston-vi
lla-v-southampton/
I sometimes think some of our so called supporters get a bit negative but check out the Villains ///they are suicidal http://www.thevillab log.co.uk/aston-vill a-blog/avfc-live/a-g ame-changer-aston-vi lla-v-southampton/ redsnapper
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7:41pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Norwegian Saint says...

TO ALL MY FELLOW SAINTS FANS....
Sorry for the delay... in a cabin somewhere in Norway with very crap tinternet.... here goes....

HRH Prince William
PM David Cameron
Tom Hanks
Martin Shaw (actor)
Mark Williams (actor - you might have seen him in Harry Potter! and comedian from the Fast Show)
Brendan Gleeson, (actor, appeared in Braveheart, Troy, Kingdom of Heaven, 28 Days Later, Gangs of New York, Harry Potter films, AI...)
David Bradley (actor, Harry Potter, other films, tv and stage)
Oliver Phelps (actor, twin from Harry Potter)
Pauline McLynn (actress. Played Mrs. Doyle in 'Father Ted')
Ian Lavender (actor, best know as Private Pike in Dads Army)
Chris Marshall - My Family (the tall one), BT ads etc
Jim Hacker, best known as the Prime Minister in TV and Radio Series; Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister.
David Moran, ex-Crossroads actor.
Nessa (Ruth Jones) from Gavin & Stacey!!!!!! (Yes we know Nessa was a fictional character!)
If we're going to go with fictional characters, Lenny Godber from Porridge!
Black Sabbath members Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler, Tony Iomi
Brian Travers (UB40)
Several members of bands Duran Duran
Several members of Ocean Colour Scene
Nigel Kennedy (violinist)
Chris Storr (plays trumpet in the Jools Holland Band)
Several members of Napalm Death including lead singer Barney
Scott Gorham original Thin Lizzy guitarist
Amy Winehouse (was seen with Villa badges on a necklace, not sure if that makes her a fan or...?)
Dr Carl Chinn MBE (local historian, tv and radio presenter)
Jonny Gould, (media radio/tv broadcaster and commentator)
Emma B (radio1 presenter)
Professor and guardian columnist Marcel Berlins.
Vassos Alexander and Phil Williams (both radio 5 live announcers)
Matthew Bannister (radio 5 live?)
Emma Willis (was Griffiths), MTV presenter and model
Pete Colley - Sky Sports reporter
Floella Benjamin 80's TV Presenter
Radio Highveld DJ Brad Brown
Ian Bell (Warwickshire and England cricketer)
Joe Calzaghe - former World boxing Champ
Jim Lewis (owner of the late great Villa fan Best Mate)
Lee Sharpe (?) ex Man Utd
Jane Sixsmith (England Olympic hockey player)
Justin Rose - Golfer
Tom Parsons - high jumper
Craig Kieswetter, Somerset/England cricketer
Howard Hodgson (presenter, author, including best seller Six Feet Under)
Benjamin Zepphaniah (poet)
Mervyn King, (Governor of Bank of England )
Jacqui Smith former MP for Redditch and former Home Secretary
Trade Union leader Bill Morris
Lord John Taylor (once briefly in the news when controversially deselected as a black Tory election candidate (Cheltenham, IIRC), also had a brief TV career as a 'legal eagle')
Sir Digby Jones, ex head of the CBI
Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England
Lee Child. (Author of books in the Pulp Fiction genre specifically know for his series of Jack Reacher books)


YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELL OF A BEATING... ANOTHER HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!
TO ALL MY FELLOW SAINTS FANS.... Sorry for the delay... in a cabin somewhere in Norway with very crap tinternet.... here goes.... HRH Prince William PM David Cameron Tom Hanks Martin Shaw (actor) Mark Williams (actor - you might have seen him in Harry Potter! and comedian from the Fast Show) Brendan Gleeson, (actor, appeared in Braveheart, Troy, Kingdom of Heaven, 28 Days Later, Gangs of New York, Harry Potter films, AI...) David Bradley (actor, Harry Potter, other films, tv and stage) Oliver Phelps (actor, twin from Harry Potter) Pauline McLynn (actress. Played Mrs. Doyle in 'Father Ted') Ian Lavender (actor, best know as Private Pike in Dads Army) Chris Marshall - My Family (the tall one), BT ads etc Jim Hacker, best known as the Prime Minister in TV and Radio Series; Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister. David Moran, ex-Crossroads actor. Nessa (Ruth Jones) from Gavin & Stacey!!!!!! (Yes we know Nessa was a fictional character!) If we're going to go with fictional characters, Lenny Godber from Porridge! Black Sabbath members Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler, Tony Iomi Brian Travers (UB40) Several members of bands Duran Duran Several members of Ocean Colour Scene Nigel Kennedy (violinist) Chris Storr (plays trumpet in the Jools Holland Band) Several members of Napalm Death including lead singer Barney Scott Gorham original Thin Lizzy guitarist Amy Winehouse (was seen with Villa badges on a necklace, not sure if that makes her a fan or...?) Dr Carl Chinn MBE (local historian, tv and radio presenter) Jonny Gould, (media radio/tv broadcaster and commentator) Emma B (radio1 presenter) Professor and guardian columnist Marcel Berlins. Vassos Alexander and Phil Williams (both radio 5 live announcers) Matthew Bannister (radio 5 live?) Emma Willis (was Griffiths), MTV presenter and model Pete Colley - Sky Sports reporter Floella Benjamin 80's TV Presenter Radio Highveld DJ Brad Brown Ian Bell (Warwickshire and England cricketer) Joe Calzaghe - former World boxing Champ Jim Lewis (owner of the late great Villa fan Best Mate) Lee Sharpe (?) ex Man Utd Jane Sixsmith (England Olympic hockey player) Justin Rose - Golfer Tom Parsons - high jumper Craig Kieswetter, Somerset/England cricketer Howard Hodgson (presenter, author, including best seller Six Feet Under) Benjamin Zepphaniah (poet) Mervyn King, (Governor of Bank of England ) Jacqui Smith former MP for Redditch and former Home Secretary Trade Union leader Bill Morris Lord John Taylor (once briefly in the news when controversially deselected as a black Tory election candidate (Cheltenham, IIRC), also had a brief TV career as a 'legal eagle') Sir Digby Jones, ex head of the CBI Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England Lee Child. (Author of books in the Pulp Fiction genre specifically know for his series of Jack Reacher books) YOUR BOYS TOOK ONE HELL OF A BEATING... ANOTHER HELLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!! Norwegian Saint
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7:46pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Ted Rogers says...

I think Nigel deserves credit for sticking to his guns with Boruc. He knew with a couple of games under his belt he'd prove he should be the first choice keeper.
I said months ago that we will be better than at least six teams in this division come May. I'll stick to that.

Important win - COYS
I think Nigel deserves credit for sticking to his guns with Boruc. He knew with a couple of games under his belt he'd prove he should be the first choice keeper. I said months ago that we will be better than at least six teams in this division come May. I'll stick to that. Important win - COYS Ted Rogers
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7:57pm Sat 12 Jan 13

skiptonsaint says...

We are improving

One Top notch central defender and we could really have a decent defence

Cork and morgan are settling so well

But it was a poor villa
We are improving One Top notch central defender and we could really have a decent defence Cork and morgan are settling so well But it was a poor villa skiptonsaint
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8:05pm Sat 12 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Clemster wrote:
Back from the game. Great support! Thought team worked very hard and overall we deserved to win if for no other reason that we played more football.

First time seen Shaw if the flesh and he looked outstanding. Yoshida looked good but him and Jos didn't look secure at all at the back.

Rodriguez worked tirelessly up front and always a threat.

Boruc was outstanding too I thought and noone had a bad game. Desperately need another centre back though. Don't think we won a header all day in defence.

All in all a great result but in context have to admit that this Villa side are very very poor.
Which team was noone playing for, i must say he seemed quite all game..
joshing aside hope you had a good day..
Craig Noone played for Cardiff was subbed off 68th minute so was probably having a mare.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clemster[/bold] wrote: Back from the game. Great support! Thought team worked very hard and overall we deserved to win if for no other reason that we played more football. First time seen Shaw if the flesh and he looked outstanding. Yoshida looked good but him and Jos didn't look secure at all at the back. Rodriguez worked tirelessly up front and always a threat. Boruc was outstanding too I thought and noone had a bad game. Desperately need another centre back though. Don't think we won a header all day in defence. All in all a great result but in context have to admit that this Villa side are very very poor.[/p][/quote]Which team was noone playing for, i must say he seemed quite all game.. joshing aside hope you had a good day..[/p][/quote]Craig Noone played for Cardiff was subbed off 68th minute so was probably having a mare. OSPREYSAINT
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8:23pm Sat 12 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...

Shaw's injury will no doubt pave a way for Fox to return. This will be his chance to regain left back position. Should be interesting!
Shaw's injury will no doubt pave a way for Fox to return. This will be his chance to regain left back position. Should be interesting! saintlysoul
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8:46pm Sat 12 Jan 13

sarfhamton says...

Where have all the plastics gone? No one calling for Nigel's head anymore?

Goodo
Where have all the plastics gone? No one calling for Nigel's head anymore? Goodo sarfhamton
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9:48pm Sat 12 Jan 13

bakeyboy says...

Plastic Bakeyboy here, good to see we got a win and moved up the table slightly.See I can be positive when I try but some of us are born realists and some are born with their head stuck up their arses, I know which camp I'm in. Don't forget the team we beat today are the worst in the prem on current form so lets no get too carried away, we desperately need to buy some quality this January and everyone knows the areas, a defender and someone who can create and give us another option when going forward. When Puncheon gets tired and subbed we lose our threat down the right and without Adam we dont have much threat down the left, anyway staying positive and like I said to people who dont see my point of view, "In Nicola I trust"
Plastic Bakeyboy here, good to see we got a win and moved up the table slightly.See I can be positive when I try but some of us are born realists and some are born with their head stuck up their arses, I know which camp I'm in. Don't forget the team we beat today are the worst in the prem on current form so lets no get too carried away, we desperately need to buy some quality this January and everyone knows the areas, a defender and someone who can create and give us another option when going forward. When Puncheon gets tired and subbed we lose our threat down the right and without Adam we dont have much threat down the left, anyway staying positive and like I said to people who dont see my point of view, "In Nicola I trust" bakeyboy
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11:00pm Sat 12 Jan 13

TEBOURBA says...

A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday.
Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper.
Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender.
What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.
A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday. Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper. Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender. What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL. TEBOURBA
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11:36pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Ted Rogers says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday.
Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper.
Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender.
What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.
No you're wrong. The players will have the biggest say in whether Saints stay up or not.
Fact is Saints got three points, with a clean sheet away from home, you can only beat what's put in front of you.
So whilst you may try and put a negative slant on it, the table will show that we got three points.
I'll take the positives and remain upbeat.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday. Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper. Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender. What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.[/p][/quote]No you're wrong. The players will have the biggest say in whether Saints stay up or not. Fact is Saints got three points, with a clean sheet away from home, you can only beat what's put in front of you. So whilst you may try and put a negative slant on it, the table will show that we got three points. I'll take the positives and remain upbeat. Ted Rogers
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10:30am Sun 13 Jan 13

JohnItaly says...

Just wondering if any of you supporters at the game spotted NC. Hope not as he should be out there looking for reinforcements.
Just wondering if any of you supporters at the game spotted NC. Hope not as he should be out there looking for reinforcements. JohnItaly
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11:14am Sun 13 Jan 13

bullsbags says...

Ted Rogers wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday.
Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper.
Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender.
What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.
No you're wrong. The players will have the biggest say in whether Saints stay up or not.
Fact is Saints got three points, with a clean sheet away from home, you can only beat what's put in front of you.
So whilst you may try and put a negative slant on it, the table will show that we got three points.
I'll take the positives and remain upbeat.
No he should not,that's NA and the scouts job.NC just signs the cheques.Great day out,great 3 points
Do agree with other posters re Jay Rod,someone needs to tell him that he is allowed to shoot now and then,
[quote][p][bold]Ted Rogers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday. Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper. Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender. What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.[/p][/quote]No you're wrong. The players will have the biggest say in whether Saints stay up or not. Fact is Saints got three points, with a clean sheet away from home, you can only beat what's put in front of you. So whilst you may try and put a negative slant on it, the table will show that we got three points. I'll take the positives and remain upbeat.[/p][/quote]No he should not,that's NA and the scouts job.NC just signs the cheques.Great day out,great 3 points Do agree with other posters re Jay Rod,someone needs to tell him that he is allowed to shoot now and then, bullsbags
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12:11pm Sun 13 Jan 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday.
Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper.
Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender.
What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.
I reckon if we beat Chelsea 15 zip on Wednesday you would find a negative slant on it.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday. Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper. Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender. What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.[/p][/quote]I reckon if we beat Chelsea 15 zip on Wednesday you would find a negative slant on it. OSPREYSAINT
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2:39pm Sun 13 Jan 13

CHARLIE TAYLOR says...

Oh ! What a shame, P-orts-muff didn"t lose yesterday !!
Oh ! What a shame, P-orts-muff didn"t lose yesterday !! CHARLIE TAYLOR
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2:47pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Beer Monster says...

sarfhamton wrote:
Where have all the plastics gone? No one calling for Nigel's head anymore?

Goodo
Well said :-) B0llocks to the doom mongerers, skunts and WUMs. We're fooking getting there :-)
[quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: Where have all the plastics gone? No one calling for Nigel's head anymore? Goodo[/p][/quote]Well said :-) B0llocks to the doom mongerers, skunts and WUMs. We're fooking getting there :-) Beer Monster
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4:18pm Sun 13 Jan 13

batesieboy says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday.
Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper.
Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender.
What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.
I reckon if we beat Chelsea 15 zip on Wednesday you would find a negative slant on it.
...zip? Are you from the USA? Please don't bring their drivel...you'll be calling it "soccer" next.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: A good result for Saints, takes some of the pressure off NA, at least until Wednesday. Let's not get carried away, one good performance, in 21 games, by one of the three Saints goalkeepers, doesn't alter the fact that Saints need to sign a class keeper. Three points won away to a very poor Aston Villa side, by virtue of a disputed penalty, also doesn't alter the fact that Saints desperately need a class central defender. What NC and NA do in this January transfer window will play the biggest part in Saints staying in the PL.[/p][/quote]I reckon if we beat Chelsea 15 zip on Wednesday you would find a negative slant on it.[/p][/quote]...zip? Are you from the USA? Please don't bring their drivel...you'll be calling it "soccer" next. batesieboy
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4:19pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Gary Clark says...

Great win for Saint's at Aston Villa yesterday, I don't know about the pen tbh with you but Ramires had a perfect goal against Arsenal ruled out and we have had some other rather dubious decisions in games this season with goals ruled out that were onside and pen appeals that haven't been given so get over it? I am rather worried still about our defence really and would like to see Left back, right back (good replacements)and at least one or maybe two top class players in cental defence, top goalkeeper if possible but I guess securing our premier league status is the key to good signings. we still have far to many players we need to off load as well, Hammond, Barnard Fox, Butterfield, Richardson, Chaplow, De Ridder, Do Prado, Dickson, Seaborne, who I thank very much in getting us to the Premier League but are simply not good enough for Premier League football? Coyr Coyr
Great win for Saint's at Aston Villa yesterday, I don't know about the pen tbh with you but Ramires had a perfect goal against Arsenal ruled out and we have had some other rather dubious decisions in games this season with goals ruled out that were onside and pen appeals that haven't been given so get over it? I am rather worried still about our defence really and would like to see Left back, right back (good replacements)and at least one or maybe two top class players in cental defence, top goalkeeper if possible but I guess securing our premier league status is the key to good signings. we still have far to many players we need to off load as well, Hammond, Barnard Fox, Butterfield, Richardson, Chaplow, De Ridder, Do Prado, Dickson, Seaborne, who I thank very much in getting us to the Premier League but are simply not good enough for Premier League football? Coyr Coyr Gary Clark
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4:55pm Sun 13 Jan 13

hedge end bob says...

Gary Clark wrote:
Great win for Saint's at Aston Villa yesterday, I don't know about the pen tbh with you but Ramires had a perfect goal against Arsenal ruled out and we have had some other rather dubious decisions in games this season with goals ruled out that were onside and pen appeals that haven't been given so get over it? I am rather worried still about our defence really and would like to see Left back, right back (good replacements)and at least one or maybe two top class players in cental defence, top goalkeeper if possible but I guess securing our premier league status is the key to good signings. we still have far to many players we need to off load as well, Hammond, Barnard Fox, Butterfield, Richardson, Chaplow, De Ridder, Do Prado, Dickson, Seaborne, who I thank very much in getting us to the Premier League but are simply not good enough for Premier League football? Coyr Coyr
Penalty awarded for goalies tackle on PUNCHEON NOT GASTON.
Sorry but CHRISTMAS has been and gone, lucky to get two new players.

A great backs to the wall performance for the last 20 minutes, but overall we deserved the win. The drive back went very quick. WIGAN dont seem quite so far now. Another game plan like that Nigel and we will be happy.
[quote][p][bold]Gary Clark[/bold] wrote: Great win for Saint's at Aston Villa yesterday, I don't know about the pen tbh with you but Ramires had a perfect goal against Arsenal ruled out and we have had some other rather dubious decisions in games this season with goals ruled out that were onside and pen appeals that haven't been given so get over it? I am rather worried still about our defence really and would like to see Left back, right back (good replacements)and at least one or maybe two top class players in cental defence, top goalkeeper if possible but I guess securing our premier league status is the key to good signings. we still have far to many players we need to off load as well, Hammond, Barnard Fox, Butterfield, Richardson, Chaplow, De Ridder, Do Prado, Dickson, Seaborne, who I thank very much in getting us to the Premier League but are simply not good enough for Premier League football? Coyr Coyr[/p][/quote]Penalty awarded for goalies tackle on PUNCHEON NOT GASTON. Sorry but CHRISTMAS has been and gone, lucky to get two new players. A great backs to the wall performance for the last 20 minutes, but overall we deserved the win. The drive back went very quick. WIGAN dont seem quite so far now. Another game plan like that Nigel and we will be happy. hedge end bob
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5:35pm Sun 13 Jan 13

SAINTStevie61163 says...

kent141 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
you remember all the skunts on here at the end of last season saying we wont make the top 2 or lose in the playoffs .the comments from tebeourba are only what you expect from portsmouth fans .none came on here when we were in league one just bha fans ,and they did not in the championship only near the derby days december and april .and later as we stayed in the top 2 all season .they come on here in numbers now .because were in the premier league now .and they just dont like that.and whats going on with there club,there is nothing for them anymore so there just spending there time on here ,some with various logins .as the end comes near you can feel there desperation ,as the fear of disapearing away while there close rivals is .allowed to do with its own means which they just could not afford .what sad blew few ,and the few is getting fewer all the time .even some go to stmarys .more will, later once it folds ,not long now
Just ignore the jealous skunts kenny and celebrate Nigels masterclass today and the incredible support, we are back in the car now , thanks to Bill for driving and look forward to seeing you all in the Josh later.
does this quote prove that kunt 141 and seed are the same person........is it just a case of seed not changing his log on before responding to saint kenny
[quote][p][bold]kent141[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: you remember all the skunts on here at the end of last season saying we wont make the top 2 or lose in the playoffs .the comments from tebeourba are only what you expect from portsmouth fans .none came on here when we were in league one just bha fans ,and they did not in the championship only near the derby days december and april .and later as we stayed in the top 2 all season .they come on here in numbers now .because were in the premier league now .and they just dont like that.and whats going on with there club,there is nothing for them anymore so there just spending there time on here ,some with various logins .as the end comes near you can feel there desperation ,as the fear of disapearing away while there close rivals is .allowed to do with its own means which they just could not afford .what sad blew few ,and the few is getting fewer all the time .even some go to stmarys .more will, later once it folds ,not long now[/p][/quote]Just ignore the jealous skunts kenny and celebrate Nigels masterclass today and the incredible support, we are back in the car now , thanks to Bill for driving and look forward to seeing you all in the Josh later.[/p][/quote]does this quote prove that kunt 141 and seed are the same person........is it just a case of seed not changing his log on before responding to saint kenny SAINTStevie61163
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