Morgan's sure Saints will beat the drop

Schneiderlin, right, celebrates his goal with James Ward-Prose

Schneiderlin, right, celebrates his goal with James Ward-Prose

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

Morgan Schneiderlin has no doubts that Saints will avoid relegation with the way they are playing.

There was acute disappointment as the team left Wigan on Saturday with only a 2-2 draw after a dominant display.

But, following the latest in a long line of impressive performances, Schneiderlin is confident the club will have no concerns about a bottom-three finish.

“The first thing is to be sure we are safe as quick as is possible and make sure we win some games,” said the Frenchman, who had fired Saints into a late 2-1 lead before Shaun Maloney’s last-minute equaliser.

“But we are very confident we can do something very good this season.

“I am sure we are going to avoid relegation with the way we play. “We don’t deserve anything else.

“But we just want to push on as high as possible.

“The manager and everyone in this club wants to push this club as far as possible and that’s what we want to do on the pitch.”

For all of Saints’ good work at Wigan, it was largely undone by two poor pieces of defending from corners.

Schneiderlin expressed the frustration of the team at giving away two soft goals.

“It is the worst thing in football. When you know from deep that you deserved to win that game to concede a goal like that is just the worst thing that can happen to you,” he said.

Full story in today's Daily Echo

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7:38am Mon 4 Feb 13

Velleity says...

Me too, Morgan, me too.
Me too, Morgan, me too. Velleity
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7:40am Mon 4 Feb 13

mack chinnon says...

I am also sure we will avoid the drop.
I am also sure we will avoid the drop. mack chinnon
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8:38am Mon 4 Feb 13

simon templar experience says...

Great goal just a shame Yoshi lost his marker for the equalliser really need to start turning these draws into wins still keeping the faith
Great goal just a shame Yoshi lost his marker for the equalliser really need to start turning these draws into wins still keeping the faith simon templar experience
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8:42am Mon 4 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Spider could have been in the French International Team by now if he played for someone else, no one likes our Players, it's traditional to overlook them.
Spider could have been in the French International Team by now if he played for someone else, no one likes our Players, it's traditional to overlook them. OSPREYSAINT
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8:47am Mon 4 Feb 13

Puddletown Saint says...

Morgan is player of the Season. What a run for his goal. Again if that was a Gerrard or Cleverly or Barry everybody would be drooling. By the way credit to Jay - great run and the vertue of getting to the bye line.
Morgan is player of the Season. What a run for his goal. Again if that was a Gerrard or Cleverly or Barry everybody would be drooling. By the way credit to Jay - great run and the vertue of getting to the bye line. Puddletown Saint
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8:50am Mon 4 Feb 13

rpjcheney says...

Fantastic player. He and Cork are fantastic together. To run as he did from one penalty area to the other in the 85th minute proves again what a great engine he has.

The play from the team has deserved 7 from 9 points. Frustrating that we only have 2. Need to tighten up on the defence a little again, and start converting a greater percentage of the huge number of chances we are making.

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Fantastic player. He and Cork are fantastic together. To run as he did from one penalty area to the other in the 85th minute proves again what a great engine he has. The play from the team has deserved 7 from 9 points. Frustrating that we only have 2. Need to tighten up on the defence a little again, and start converting a greater percentage of the huge number of chances we are making. http://www.eplindex. com/25668/premier-le ague-players-week-to p-passers-creators-g oalscorers.html/5 rpjcheney
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8:57am Mon 4 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Spider could have been in the French International Team by now if he played for someone else, no one likes our Players, it's traditional to overlook them.
Including some of the morons on this site that purport to be fans...

Absolutely agree, Morgan is better than most other players in the division that play that role including - Carrick, Anderson, Arteta, huddlestone, Barry, Obi Mikel, Sandro, Allen - think that's the top six sides.....
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Spider could have been in the French International Team by now if he played for someone else, no one likes our Players, it's traditional to overlook them.[/p][/quote]Including some of the morons on this site that purport to be fans... Absolutely agree, Morgan is better than most other players in the division that play that role including - Carrick, Anderson, Arteta, huddlestone, Barry, Obi Mikel, Sandro, Allen - think that's the top six sides..... St.Winch70
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9:48am Mon 4 Feb 13

magnette says...

Set piece defending: Put a player on each post and Schniederlein and Cork patrol the area between the spot and the "D"; four players on the 6 yard box; one player as a wild card; one up front in the circle. Where ever the ball comes the 2 nearest players attack it, the rest hold position.
If they did that then they would have four more points out of the last 3 matches.
Set piece defending: Put a player on each post and Schniederlein and Cork patrol the area between the spot and the "D"; four players on the 6 yard box; one player as a wild card; one up front in the circle. Where ever the ball comes the 2 nearest players attack it, the rest hold position. If they did that then they would have four more points out of the last 3 matches. magnette
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10:05am Mon 4 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

Sixteen points from 13 matches should do it. Five wins .. not going to be easy but it's definitely achievable.

The simple fact is that with this squad we should get around 43-45 points by the end of the season. However that relies on us stopping the silly giveaway goals that undermine our strong attacking policy. Enough said on that - plenty has been said on other threads.

It really is about time that we beat one of the top five sides sides. We have come close before but maybe Man City are going to get a surprise. I would love that !!! There is no doubt we have the team that can do it. It's all about talent, belief and not making late errors.
Sixteen points from 13 matches should do it. Five wins .. not going to be easy but it's definitely achievable. The simple fact is that with this squad we should get around 43-45 points by the end of the season. However that relies on us stopping the silly giveaway goals that undermine our strong attacking policy. Enough said on that - plenty has been said on other threads. It really is about time that we beat one of the top five sides sides. We have come close before but maybe Man City are going to get a surprise. I would love that !!! There is no doubt we have the team that can do it. It's all about talent, belief and not making late errors. Alicesdad
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10:37am Mon 4 Feb 13

batesieboy says...

I think we will win on Saturday and have my pocket money on at 6-1, as I like to put my money where my big mouth is! (Unlike some on here who are all gas!!) Next Saturday night is going to be great!!
I think we will win on Saturday and have my pocket money on at 6-1, as I like to put my money where my big mouth is! (Unlike some on here who are all gas!!) Next Saturday night is going to be great!! batesieboy
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12:47pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SFCSaint says...

id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins? SFCSaint
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1:08pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Rising_Son says...

SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
On football pitches.
[quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]On football pitches. Rising_Son
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1:12pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SFCSaint says...

Rising_Son wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
On football pitches.
**** off you **** you know what i meant! who against exactly? we cant even hold on against wigan!
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]On football pitches.[/p][/quote]**** off you **** you know what i meant! who against exactly? we cant even hold on against wigan! SFCSaint
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1:49pm Mon 4 Feb 13

St.Winch70 says...

SFCSaint wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
On football pitches.
**** off you **** you know what i meant! who against exactly? we cant even hold on against wigan!
You seriously can't see how we are going to win games as this style of play develops?

Time for you to start watching Rugby....
[quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]On football pitches.[/p][/quote]**** off you **** you know what i meant! who against exactly? we cant even hold on against wigan![/p][/quote]You seriously can't see how we are going to win games as this style of play develops? Time for you to start watching Rugby.... St.Winch70
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2:20pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

St.Winch70 wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
On football pitches.
**** off you **** you know what i meant! who against exactly? we cant even hold on against wigan!
You seriously can't see how we are going to win games as this style of play develops?

Time for you to start watching Rugby....
Stop it children or you'll get no tea !!
[quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]On football pitches.[/p][/quote]**** off you **** you know what i meant! who against exactly? we cant even hold on against wigan![/p][/quote]You seriously can't see how we are going to win games as this style of play develops? Time for you to start watching Rugby....[/p][/quote]Stop it children or you'll get no tea !! Alicesdad
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2:38pm Mon 4 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
we defended well apart from the set peices but lambert set up 2 good chances a sitter gaston missed and another for jay .i say bring back billy sharp .that will keep us up .like last season he came in late ,and his 12 goals helped insure promotion .that is how we would get the wins .but do some work on defending set pieces.but maya is to short .now hoo has found his feet bring fonte back ,more height will help ,fonte was great prior to injury got adapted to the premier league,but lets remember last 13 games we picked up 16 points ,just average this again and we will stay up .we only have that consistancy ,that wiil insure survival
[quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]we defended well apart from the set peices but lambert set up 2 good chances a sitter gaston missed and another for jay .i say bring back billy sharp .that will keep us up .like last season he came in late ,and his 12 goals helped insure promotion .that is how we would get the wins .but do some work on defending set pieces.but maya is to short .now hoo has found his feet bring fonte back ,more height will help ,fonte was great prior to injury got adapted to the premier league,but lets remember last 13 games we picked up 16 points ,just average this again and we will stay up .we only have that consistancy ,that wiil insure survival saintkenny
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2:52pm Mon 4 Feb 13

CB FRY LIVES says...

I reckon if SPIDER was english even Wroy Hodgson couldn't ignore him.Ditto if he was a kraut he would get in the deutchland team.At the moment it sems the french footie team don't want him.mind you he might get a call up for their rugger team after they gotwalloped by italy.
ALLEZ LES ROUGES
I reckon if SPIDER was english even Wroy Hodgson couldn't ignore him.Ditto if he was a kraut he would get in the deutchland team.At the moment it sems the french footie team don't want him.mind you he might get a call up for their rugger team after they gotwalloped by italy. ALLEZ LES ROUGES CB FRY LIVES
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3:20pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Velleity says...

SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games?

My offer was:

"If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead.

If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."
[quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games? My offer was: "If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead. If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day." Velleity
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5:09pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SFCSaint says...

saintkenny wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
we defended well apart from the set peices but lambert set up 2 good chances a sitter gaston missed and another for jay .i say bring back billy sharp .that will keep us up .like last season he came in late ,and his 12 goals helped insure promotion .that is how we would get the wins .but do some work on defending set pieces.but maya is to short .now hoo has found his feet bring fonte back ,more height will help ,fonte was great prior to injury got adapted to the premier league,but lets remember last 13 games we picked up 16 points ,just average this again and we will stay up .we only have that consistancy ,that wiil insure survival
yeah but that means winning at least 3 more game sand we cant hold onto leads! 24 points lost from winning positions proves that!
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]we defended well apart from the set peices but lambert set up 2 good chances a sitter gaston missed and another for jay .i say bring back billy sharp .that will keep us up .like last season he came in late ,and his 12 goals helped insure promotion .that is how we would get the wins .but do some work on defending set pieces.but maya is to short .now hoo has found his feet bring fonte back ,more height will help ,fonte was great prior to injury got adapted to the premier league,but lets remember last 13 games we picked up 16 points ,just average this again and we will stay up .we only have that consistancy ,that wiil insure survival[/p][/quote]yeah but that means winning at least 3 more game sand we cant hold onto leads! 24 points lost from winning positions proves that! SFCSaint
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5:21pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

Are you including all games against the Manchester clubs in that SFC? Because thats kinda 9 you can take away there especially the 6 Vs United we are not the only ones to do that this season
Are you including all games against the Manchester clubs in that SFC? Because thats kinda 9 you can take away there especially the 6 Vs United we are not the only ones to do that this season SO50 Saint
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5:27pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SFCSaint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Are you including all games against the Manchester clubs in that SFC? Because thats kinda 9 you can take away there especially the 6 Vs United we are not the only ones to do that this season
yeah obviously we werent going to pick all of them up i recognise that but thats the figure as a whole and really we should have had at least 6 of them which would then give us 30! and of that we are the only ones!
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Are you including all games against the Manchester clubs in that SFC? Because thats kinda 9 you can take away there especially the 6 Vs United we are not the only ones to do that this season[/p][/quote]yeah obviously we werent going to pick all of them up i recognise that but thats the figure as a whole and really we should have had at least 6 of them which would then give us 30! and of that we are the only ones! SFCSaint
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5:30pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

Seriously fella stop getting yourself depressed by it all the club is going forwards. At the end of the day we could have lost Saturday which would have been a disaster. BTW the big games that were bad for dropping the points are Swansea and Norwich at home imo that would be another 4.
Seriously fella stop getting yourself depressed by it all the club is going forwards. At the end of the day we could have lost Saturday which would have been a disaster. BTW the big games that were bad for dropping the points are Swansea and Norwich at home imo that would be another 4. SO50 Saint
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5:41pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SFCSaint says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
Seriously fella stop getting yourself depressed by it all the club is going forwards. At the end of the day we could have lost Saturday which would have been a disaster. BTW the big games that were bad for dropping the points are Swansea and Norwich at home imo that would be another 4.
Exactly and thats down to one man- Gazzaniga god knows why we even signed him!?!
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: Seriously fella stop getting yourself depressed by it all the club is going forwards. At the end of the day we could have lost Saturday which would have been a disaster. BTW the big games that were bad for dropping the points are Swansea and Norwich at home imo that would be another 4.[/p][/quote]Exactly and thats down to one man- Gazzaniga god knows why we even signed him!?! SFCSaint
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5:57pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Velleity says...

Velleity wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games?

My offer was:

"If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead.

If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."
I hear only the sound of tumbleweed.

Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games? My offer was: "If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead. If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."[/p][/quote]I hear only the sound of tumbleweed. Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery. Velleity
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8:22pm Mon 4 Feb 13

gr8saint says...

I know that a lot of people will not like my saying this, but I really don't think Billy Sharp is the answer. He did a great job for us last season, but this is a whole different game in the PL.
Mayuka is more likely to be an impact at this level and has experience at International level and also playing in European cup competitions. He also has some amazing pace, which could cause untold problems for tiring defences if he's brought on as a sub whilst they're tiring.
I know that a lot of people will not like my saying this, but I really don't think Billy Sharp is the answer. He did a great job for us last season, but this is a whole different game in the PL. Mayuka is more likely to be an impact at this level and has experience at International level and also playing in European cup competitions. He also has some amazing pace, which could cause untold problems for tiring defences if he's brought on as a sub whilst they're tiring. gr8saint
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8:36pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SFCSaint says...

Velleity wrote:
Velleity wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games?

My offer was:

"If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead.

If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."
I hear only the sound of tumbleweed.

Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery.
Not interested in charity ill take the money in my back pocket go towards my championship season ticket next year;)
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games? My offer was: "If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead. If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."[/p][/quote]I hear only the sound of tumbleweed. Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery.[/p][/quote]Not interested in charity ill take the money in my back pocket go towards my championship season ticket next year;) SFCSaint
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8:42pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Percys like you chumps he likes his nuts!
Percys like you chumps he likes his nuts! Fatty x Ford Worker
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9:26pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Velleity says...

SFCSaint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Velleity wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games?

My offer was:

"If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead.

If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."
I hear only the sound of tumbleweed.

Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery.
Not interested in charity ill take the money in my back pocket go towards my championship season ticket next year;)
Forget it then.
[quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games? My offer was: "If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead. If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."[/p][/quote]I hear only the sound of tumbleweed. Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery.[/p][/quote]Not interested in charity ill take the money in my back pocket go towards my championship season ticket next year;)[/p][/quote]Forget it then. Velleity
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9:43pm Mon 4 Feb 13

SFCSaint says...

Velleity wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Velleity wrote:
SFCSaint wrote:
id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?
So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games?

My offer was:

"If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead.

If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."
I hear only the sound of tumbleweed.

Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery.
Not interested in charity ill take the money in my back pocket go towards my championship season ticket next year;)
Forget it then.
thats what i thought **** off
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCSaint[/bold] wrote: id like to think so but where are we going to get the wins?[/p][/quote]So, SFC, are you taking on the charity bet I proposed when you said we'd be in the bottom three after the next two games? My offer was: "If we're in the bottom three on the evening of Sunday 24th February (i.e. after the Newcastle game), I'll pay £25 to the charity of your choice, proof to be provided at the Joshua Tree after the QPR game (winner to buy the loser a pint). If we're not, you pay £25 to Age UK and bring proof instead. If either of us loses and fails to pay up, the other is allowed to take the p*ss forever and a day."[/p][/quote]I hear only the sound of tumbleweed. Obviously, your lack of belief is not deep enough to back with money yet it's strong enough for you to spread misery.[/p][/quote]Not interested in charity ill take the money in my back pocket go towards my championship season ticket next year;)[/p][/quote]Forget it then.[/p][/quote]thats what i thought **** off SFCSaint
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10:35pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Velleity says...

You're telling me to **** off because I wanted to see some money from one or other of us go to charity?

It's interesting what makes a person's true colours come out, isn't it.
You're telling me to **** off because I wanted to see some money from one or other of us go to charity? It's interesting what makes a person's true colours come out, isn't it. Velleity
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