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    Outside of the Box wrote:
    OSPREYSAINT wrote:
    devonsaint2 wrote:
    Outside of the Box wrote:
    Jesus has become a Saint,,,,not a bad signing,,,not only do we have god or should I say thinks he's god as our Chairman,,,we also have his son as assistant coach.

    On a positive note,,can't wait for tonight's game,,,,no white hankies protest,,,but a verse or two One Nigel Adkins,,,then get on with the job in hand of beating Everton,,,lets show the world we are Southampton FC and we are made of strong stuff down South,100% support for the team as we move forward
    I think whiter hankies is better than singing about NA.
    Singing about NA rubs the new guys nose in it a bit and he has done nothing wrong.

    Ithink the white hanky will just show NC how many people think he is not that clever.
    He has been out in a privilidged position by Marcus L and his is abusing it.

    Lawrie Mac usually talks sense and he has again
    No white flags, NO SURRENDER, we are Southampton FC COYRs
    There will be no white flag or hankies from me,,,,,the supporter who called for this white hankie protest (Perry McMillan) won't even at the game,,,as funnily enough he is neither a season ticket holder or does he attend games.

    This ill-thought out idea is just plain crazy, on the face of it it read like this to me,,,,An Italian sacks an Englishman and replaces him with a Argentine,,,,so I know lets do a Spanish style protest,,,,,where's the Spaniard?
    ...and it's sooooo gay...ooops I mean effeminate!"
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Saints confirm backroom staff

Saints confirm backroom staff

Saints confirm backroom staff

Saints confirm backroom staff

First published in Saints News
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Saints have confirmed the appointments of new manager Mauricio Pochettino's backroom staff.

Jesús Pérez, who worked as a technical coach under Pochettino at Espanyol, is the assistant boss.

The 41-year-old started at the Spanish side as a first-team analyst in 2010, before working his way up.

Miguel D'Agostino, 41, takes over as a first-team coach, while former Spanish international Toni Jiménez, 42, is the goalkeeping coach.

Like Pérez, they also worked under Pochettino at Espanyol, with Jiménez having served as his number two at the Spanish club.

The trio will be assisted by technical support coach Fran Alonso.

Nigel Adkins' backroom staff - Andy Crosby, Dean Wilkins and Jim Stannard - had all been relieved of their duties following the dismissal of the previous boss last week.

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