Saints on track for Europa League place

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Saints are within touching distance of qualifying for Europe next season via the Fair Play League.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men are third in the latest Premier League Fair Play table, issued this week, the winner of which stands a great chance of making it into next season’s Europa League.

The competition is the second tier of European football behind the Champions League and offers the chance of high profile and lucrative fixtures.

The last time Saints played in Europe was in 2003 following their FA Cup final appearance the previous season.

European football’s governing body, UEFA, hands three nations an extra Europa League place each season for its domestic top-division fair play competition winner.

UEFA’s decision is based on its own league table of Fair Play among its member nations.

England currently sit fourth, behind Norway, Sweden and Finland, and only fractionally off of guaranteeing an extra European place which would be awarded to the winner of the Premier League’s own Fair Play League.

If England does bag the spot then Saints are in an incredible position to get the bonus European placing.

The only teams above them are table toppers Arsenal and Liverpool, and both sides would be exempt if they qualified for Europe through any other means anyway, meaning the slot would go to the next team down.

Saints have the best disciplinary record of any side in the top flight this season in terms of cards issued.

They have received just 26 bookings all season and have not picked up a red card yet.

If it were based on that alone, they would be head and shoulders above the rest with Reading the next best team having also received no red cards but five more yellows.

In contrast, the Fair Play League leaders, Arsenal, have accrued 24 bookings and three red cards.

And second placed Liverpool have an incredible 38 bookings and two sending offs to their name.

However, the league table, the latest version of which takes into account the first 24 fixtures played by each team this season, is also based on marks handed out by an assessor at each top flight game.

They also score criteria based on positive play, respect towards opponents, respect towards referees, behaviour of team officials and behaviour of the public.

Similarly, the UEFA Respect Fair Play assessments are made by the official UEFA delegates, based on very similar criteria.

Fulham were the last English team to bag a bonus European spot as they qualified via the Fair Play League for the 2011 Europa League competition.

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8:16am Thu 14 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

If it was based only on Fair play we would stand a chance, but include biased assessment and we won't get a look in. Not too bothered as it may be a big distraction.
If it was based only on Fair play we would stand a chance, but include biased assessment and we won't get a look in. Not too bothered as it may be a big distraction. OSPREYSAINT
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8:21am Thu 14 Feb 13

jerseysaint says...

not bothered about this m mouse europa league it tends to do more harm than good to teams i.e middlesbourgh and birmingham
not bothered about this m mouse europa league it tends to do more harm than good to teams i.e middlesbourgh and birmingham jerseysaint
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8:33am Thu 14 Feb 13

Block41row0sfc says...

They also score criteria based on positive play, respect towards opponents, respect towards referees, behaviour of team officials and behaviour of the public.

How on earth are Liverpool above us.

Would rather not be in this anyways as the others have already said more harm than good
They also score criteria based on positive play, respect towards opponents, respect towards referees, behaviour of team officials and behaviour of the public. How on earth are Liverpool above us. Would rather not be in this anyways as the others have already said more harm than good Block41row0sfc
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8:52am Thu 14 Feb 13

insane saint says...

how can it harm us more game time, more money and experience in euro competition you never know we might win the bl00dy thing..



COYR

OUT TO WIN EVERYTHING
how can it harm us more game time, more money and experience in euro competition you never know we might win the bl00dy thing.. COYR OUT TO WIN EVERYTHING insane saint
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8:53am Thu 14 Feb 13

Puddletown Saint says...

Well I will buck the trend Would love the Saints to be in this Cup Come on guys what do you really want. Champions league next season!!!

Ambition is playing with the big boys - if you settle for mid table Stoke then that is sad.

Rememer the same guys saying that JPT was a waste but 50000 still went.

Bring it on I say - Our squad is good and strong enough and only three years on of bottom of L1.
Well I will buck the trend Would love the Saints to be in this Cup Come on guys what do you really want. Champions league next season!!! Ambition is playing with the big boys - if you settle for mid table Stoke then that is sad. Rememer the same guys saying that JPT was a waste but 50000 still went. Bring it on I say - Our squad is good and strong enough and only three years on of bottom of L1. Puddletown Saint
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9:05am Thu 14 Feb 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Safety first....
Champions league next year ;-)
Safety first.... Champions league next year ;-) Norwegian Saint
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9:08am Thu 14 Feb 13

saintysaintsaint says...

Nicola's plan, coming in early again





.......and not in the way ftbu does
Nicola's plan, coming in early again .......and not in the way ftbu does saintysaintsaint
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9:26am Thu 14 Feb 13

Folkestone Saint says...

The best preperation to play in Europe is to play in Europe, bring it on I say as I would love to go and watch us, as for the pessimist's remember we have solid ground under us the same can't be said for Middlesborough and Birmingham, but I would like to see Lee Clark do well
The best preperation to play in Europe is to play in Europe, bring it on I say as I would love to go and watch us, as for the pessimist's remember we have solid ground under us the same can't be said for Middlesborough and Birmingham, but I would like to see Lee Clark do well Folkestone Saint
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9:35am Thu 14 Feb 13

rpjcheney says...

Perhaps we need to stop singing "We always get **** refs."

Which would be easier if the subconcious bigger club bias wasn't so flaming evident.
Perhaps we need to stop singing "We always get **** refs." Which would be easier if the subconcious bigger club bias wasn't so flaming evident. rpjcheney
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9:40am Thu 14 Feb 13

Rising_Son says...

I think I'd like us to be in this. The only drawback seems to be that qualification starts in June or July, or something like that, making it a very, very long pre-season..
I think I'd like us to be in this. The only drawback seems to be that qualification starts in June or July, or something like that, making it a very, very long pre-season.. Rising_Son
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9:45am Thu 14 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

I doubt that the Europa fair play league enters a professional footballers mind at all during a game. They get out there, get stuck in and look to win, it's their living after all.

All the boy scout guff about " criteria based on positive play, respect towards opponents, respect towards referees, behaviour of team officials and behaviour of the public". is so far away from the reality I am surprised it ever got this far.

In any event it should be based on numeric criteria i.e.lack of bookings and sendings off and not an airy fairy assessment that is open to bias from some euro official with a clipboard.

I am happy to wait until we qualify for europe based on a good season and high league position. In our case I want that to be entry to the Champions League.. and that is realistic if we continue as we are at the moment.
I doubt that the Europa fair play league enters a professional footballers mind at all during a game. They get out there, get stuck in and look to win, it's their living after all. All the boy scout guff about " criteria based on positive play, respect towards opponents, respect towards referees, behaviour of team officials and behaviour of the public". is so far away from the reality I am surprised it ever got this far. In any event it should be based on numeric criteria i.e.lack of bookings and sendings off and not an airy fairy assessment that is open to bias from some euro official with a clipboard. I am happy to wait until we qualify for europe based on a good season and high league position. In our case I want that to be entry to the Champions League.. and that is realistic if we continue as we are at the moment. Alicesdad
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10:35am Thu 14 Feb 13

Confucious says...

This competition is fine for clubs with big and expensive squads who can rotate a lot and still field competitive teams. Otherwise, the extra fixtures, heavy travelling and inevitable additional injuries all takes it toll on top of the regular league and two cup competitions.

Spiderman is doing his best for us, but we need more players to step up to the mark now, get a few yellow cards and mouth the ref off. We could do our bit by amending "The referee's a w@anker" chant to "The referee's a ******* ***** ***** ** ***** ********* ***** ***** ** ******* ******". Having said that, perhaps we should amend ***** to ******* or even to *******. There's a fine line between what could earn us some valuable Fair Play League penalty points and what could land us in trouble.

It might also help if Punch directs his new goal celebration towards the ref.
This competition is fine for clubs with big and expensive squads who can rotate a lot and still field competitive teams. Otherwise, the extra fixtures, heavy travelling and inevitable additional injuries all takes it toll on top of the regular league and two cup competitions. Spiderman is doing his best for us, but we need more players to step up to the mark now, get a few yellow cards and mouth the ref off. We could do our bit by amending "The referee's a w@anker" chant to "The referee's a ******* ***** ***** ** ***** ********* ***** ***** ** ******* ******". Having said that, perhaps we should amend ***** to ******* or even to *******. There's a fine line between what could earn us some valuable Fair Play League penalty points and what could land us in trouble. It might also help if Punch directs his new goal celebration towards the ref. Confucious
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10:38am Thu 14 Feb 13

Dickosfc says...

Would absolutely love a European tour but my gut instinct is saying we need to walk before we can run. We haven’t secured survival yet! The remainder of the season is gonna be one hell of a fight with every team around us desperate for points. Granted we are looking very good and I am loving it but complacency can give you a big kick up the a$s!
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I’d like to secure Premier league status then next season put together a massive push to a European spot and earn it that way. The squad will be a lot more prepared in my opinion. Ever way, how good is it to even be talking about European Football at St Mary’s. COYRs!!!
Would absolutely love a European tour but my gut instinct is saying we need to walk before we can run. We haven’t secured survival yet! The remainder of the season is gonna be one hell of a fight with every team around us desperate for points. Granted we are looking very good and I am loving it but complacency can give you a big kick up the a$s! . I’d like to secure Premier league status then next season put together a massive push to a European spot and earn it that way. The squad will be a lot more prepared in my opinion. Ever way, how good is it to even be talking about European Football at St Mary’s. COYRs!!! Dickosfc
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10:40am Thu 14 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect.
Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.
The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect. Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us. Mush On The Beach
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10:47am Thu 14 Feb 13

scorpioeyes says...

its a Mickey Mouse tourn\ament anyway,we dont want to be in it.Like the Johnstones Paint-how meaningless is that?
its a Mickey Mouse tourn\ament anyway,we dont want to be in it.Like the Johnstones Paint-how meaningless is that? scorpioeyes
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10:52am Thu 14 Feb 13

milton road says...

Shame about Lee obviously not on MP's radar.
The TV deal was known in January, that was why i was a little surprised we didn't strengthen in the transfer window. But fingers crossed the lads are looking good.
Ground increase if we stay up can be done in two stages one to 43000 the other to 54000 I think that is correct.
Depending on what the owners want to do, if anything.
But we have to stay up first.
Europe would be nice, but not one of the popular clubs and unfortunately think there is a bias towards certain clubs
Shame about Lee obviously not on MP's radar. The TV deal was known in January, that was why i was a little surprised we didn't strengthen in the transfer window. But fingers crossed the lads are looking good. Ground increase if we stay up can be done in two stages one to 43000 the other to 54000 I think that is correct. Depending on what the owners want to do, if anything. But we have to stay up first. Europe would be nice, but not one of the popular clubs and unfortunately think there is a bias towards certain clubs milton road
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10:54am Thu 14 Feb 13

milton road says...

yes I know we bought Forren
yes I know we bought Forren milton road
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10:54am Thu 14 Feb 13

since 1885 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect.
Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.
Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect. Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.[/p][/quote]Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan? since 1885
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10:55am Thu 14 Feb 13

saintmac says...

scorpioeyes - ask the 40,000 who went
to Wembley.
scorpioeyes - ask the 40,000 who went to Wembley. saintmac
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11:01am Thu 14 Feb 13

milton road says...

lol JPT is only meaningless if you are not in it. That was a fantastic feeling after all the pain of admin.
I would never knock that trophy, its a tremendous incentive for the lower divisions.
No European tournament is meaningless,
yet agree with Mush a very long haul and can be distracting.
lol JPT is only meaningless if you are not in it. That was a fantastic feeling after all the pain of admin. I would never knock that trophy, its a tremendous incentive for the lower divisions. No European tournament is meaningless, yet agree with Mush a very long haul and can be distracting. milton road
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11:03am Thu 14 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though.

cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders.

that will disqualify u from entering
would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering Five Trophies Between Us
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11:28am Thu 14 Feb 13

EricMartin'sHat says...

if, if, if blah blah blah; this article might mean something if we were top of the fair play league, and England was in the top three of UEFA's league, and there were only two games remaining!!

Otherwise the DE could make up any old bolleaux just for a story - if Messi and Ronaldo moved to the New Forest because they liked the ponies, and a rich oligarch bought Saints, and Gordon Ramsey started providing match-day burgers, things would be looking up - if, if, if

"When" Saints stay up (not if), then we'll spend next year consolidating, and then, the following season we can qualify for the Europa league on our own playing merit....... now that sounds better!
if, if, if blah blah blah; this article might mean something if we were top of the fair play league, and England was in the top three of UEFA's league, and there were only two games remaining!! Otherwise the DE could make up any old bolleaux just for a story - if Messi and Ronaldo moved to the New Forest because they liked the ponies, and a rich oligarch bought Saints, and Gordon Ramsey started providing match-day burgers, things would be looking up - if, if, if "When" Saints stay up (not if), then we'll spend next year consolidating, and then, the following season we can qualify for the Europa league on our own playing merit....... now that sounds better! EricMartin'sHat
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11:47am Thu 14 Feb 13

Sainty saint saint says...

EricMartin'sHat wrote:
if, if, if blah blah blah; this article might mean something if we were top of the fair play league, and England was in the top three of UEFA's league, and there were only two games remaining!!

Otherwise the DE could make up any old bolleaux just for a story - if Messi and Ronaldo moved to the New Forest because they liked the ponies, and a rich oligarch bought Saints, and Gordon Ramsey started providing match-day burgers, things would be looking up - if, if, if

"When" Saints stay up (not if), then we'll spend next year consolidating, and then, the following season we can qualify for the Europa league on our own playing merit....... now that sounds better!
I agree. It's ridiculous to be talking about Europe when we're only 4 points from relegation.

Let's concentrate on putting distance between ourselves and the bottom three before pie-in-the-sky talk of doing well in a Euro competition!

Positivity is good, but complacency is BAD.
[quote][p][bold]EricMartin'sHat[/bold] wrote: if, if, if blah blah blah; this article might mean something if we were top of the fair play league, and England was in the top three of UEFA's league, and there were only two games remaining!! Otherwise the DE could make up any old bolleaux just for a story - if Messi and Ronaldo moved to the New Forest because they liked the ponies, and a rich oligarch bought Saints, and Gordon Ramsey started providing match-day burgers, things would be looking up - if, if, if "When" Saints stay up (not if), then we'll spend next year consolidating, and then, the following season we can qualify for the Europa league on our own playing merit....... now that sounds better![/p][/quote]I agree. It's ridiculous to be talking about Europe when we're only 4 points from relegation. Let's concentrate on putting distance between ourselves and the bottom three before pie-in-the-sky talk of doing well in a Euro competition! Positivity is good, but complacency is BAD. Sainty saint saint
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11:49am Thu 14 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

milton road wrote:
lol JPT is only meaningless if you are not in it. That was a fantastic feeling after all the pain of admin.
I would never knock that trophy, its a tremendous incentive for the lower divisions.
No European tournament is meaningless,
yet agree with Mush a very long haul and can be distracting.
Be patient boys, our time will come for the big european nights at St Marys to welcome the proper elite.
[quote][p][bold]milton road[/bold] wrote: lol JPT is only meaningless if you are not in it. That was a fantastic feeling after all the pain of admin. I would never knock that trophy, its a tremendous incentive for the lower divisions. No European tournament is meaningless, yet agree with Mush a very long haul and can be distracting.[/p][/quote]Be patient boys, our time will come for the big european nights at St Marys to welcome the proper elite. Mush On The Beach
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11:52am Thu 14 Feb 13

RedArmy1 says...

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

EUROPA FOR THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.

RF/RED ARMY 2013
FLY-FIGHT-WIN.

RED FACTION / RED ARMY - WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED.

WE H8 POMPEY.
WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. EUROPA FOR THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. RF/RED ARMY 2013 FLY-FIGHT-WIN. RED FACTION / RED ARMY - WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED. WE H8 POMPEY. RedArmy1
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11:53am Thu 14 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

since 1885 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect.
Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.
Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?
You may well do fella.
Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more.
Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why.
I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall.
Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie.
Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage.
How about you?
[quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect. Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.[/p][/quote]Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?[/p][/quote]You may well do fella. Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more. Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why. I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall. Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie. Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage. How about you? Mush On The Beach
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12:01pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Licky_Rambert says...

Roses are red, p*mpey are blue. They're financially ruined and off to league 2....
Roses are red, p*mpey are blue. They're financially ruined and off to league 2.... Licky_Rambert
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12:01pm Thu 14 Feb 13

since 1885 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect.
Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.
Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?
You may well do fella.
Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more.
Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why.
I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall.
Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie.
Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage.
How about you?
Do you mind if I take a guess at your initials? I might be mistaken but I think I knew many years ago.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect. Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.[/p][/quote]Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?[/p][/quote]You may well do fella. Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more. Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why. I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall. Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie. Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage. How about you?[/p][/quote]Do you mind if I take a guess at your initials? I might be mistaken but I think I knew many years ago. since 1885
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12:03pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Confucious says...

The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?
The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly? Confucious
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12:08pm Thu 14 Feb 13

since 1885 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect.
Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.
Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?
You may well do fella.
Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more.
Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why.
I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall.
Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie.
Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage.
How about you?
I saw Lewis lose to Oliver McCall in 1994 and Eubank Benn 2. But they were the only big fights I ever saw live.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect. Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.[/p][/quote]Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?[/p][/quote]You may well do fella. Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more. Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why. I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall. Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie. Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage. How about you?[/p][/quote]I saw Lewis lose to Oliver McCall in 1994 and Eubank Benn 2. But they were the only big fights I ever saw live. since 1885
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12:42pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though.

cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders.

that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints saintkenny
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12:46pm Thu 14 Feb 13

milton road says...

Ignore the poop.

last 6 games form guide is Wigan 3 points,
then West Ham and Norwich on 4.
West ham started the season well but have struggled for points over the last 3 months.
Norwich had a very good spell before Christmas but have produced nothing either side of that.
Taking West Ham as realistically being the highest club that could be dragged into the dog fight.
Top mover in that section is Reading, 13 points from 6 games.
Then Saints with 9 points.
In the last 6 games we have played 4 of the top 6 and two near the bottom and only lost to the champions elect. Four of the games were away. We are in the middle of a tough run and standing up for ourselves.
Ignore the poop. last 6 games form guide is Wigan 3 points, then West Ham and Norwich on 4. West ham started the season well but have struggled for points over the last 3 months. Norwich had a very good spell before Christmas but have produced nothing either side of that. Taking West Ham as realistically being the highest club that could be dragged into the dog fight. Top mover in that section is Reading, 13 points from 6 games. Then Saints with 9 points. In the last 6 games we have played 4 of the top 6 and two near the bottom and only lost to the champions elect. Four of the games were away. We are in the middle of a tough run and standing up for ourselves. milton road
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12:52pm Thu 14 Feb 13

CB FRY LIVES says...

If it happens fantastic.but lets secure our premiership status for next season first.anything else will be a bonus.
If it happens fantastic.but lets secure our premiership status for next season first.anything else will be a bonus. CB FRY LIVES
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12:55pm Thu 14 Feb 13

BracknellSaint says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though.

cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders.

that will disqualify u from entering
Oh dear...
Another poor lost soul from fishy ghost town who won't let facts get in the way of a good bit of BS...Yawn...
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]Oh dear... Another poor lost soul from fishy ghost town who won't let facts get in the way of a good bit of BS...Yawn... BracknellSaint
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1:00pm Thu 14 Feb 13

mack chinnon says...

Call me old fashioned but I would rather win the F.A. cup than the Europa thing.
Come on Carlisle. And Hartlepool.
Call me old fashioned but I would rather win the F.A. cup than the Europa thing. Come on Carlisle. And Hartlepool. mack chinnon
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1:04pm Thu 14 Feb 13

st1halo says...

Alicesdad wrote:
I doubt that the Europa fair play league enters a professional footballers mind at all during a game. They get out there, get stuck in and look to win, it's their living after all.

All the boy scout guff about " criteria based on positive play, respect towards opponents, respect towards referees, behaviour of team officials and behaviour of the public". is so far away from the reality I am surprised it ever got this far.

In any event it should be based on numeric criteria i.e.lack of bookings and sendings off and not an airy fairy assessment that is open to bias from some euro official with a clipboard.

I am happy to wait until we qualify for europe based on a good season and high league position. In our case I want that to be entry to the Champions League.. and that is realistic if we continue as we are at the moment.
My thoughts exactly Alice. Assessment is open to individual interpretation, even looking through comments on this forum, two people's 'assessment' of a game can be entirely different and laced with bias so to put it simply...
Fair play league ain't fair!


STID
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: I doubt that the Europa fair play league enters a professional footballers mind at all during a game. They get out there, get stuck in and look to win, it's their living after all. All the boy scout guff about " criteria based on positive play, respect towards opponents, respect towards referees, behaviour of team officials and behaviour of the public". is so far away from the reality I am surprised it ever got this far. In any event it should be based on numeric criteria i.e.lack of bookings and sendings off and not an airy fairy assessment that is open to bias from some euro official with a clipboard. I am happy to wait until we qualify for europe based on a good season and high league position. In our case I want that to be entry to the Champions League.. and that is realistic if we continue as we are at the moment.[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly Alice. Assessment is open to individual interpretation, even looking through comments on this forum, two people's 'assessment' of a game can be entirely different and laced with bias so to put it simply... Fair play league ain't fair! STID st1halo
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1:16pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though.

cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders.

that will disqualify u from entering
He's coming home
He's coming
Orville's coming home
He's coming home
Orville's coming home

You're proper facked now son!
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]He's coming home He's coming Orville's coming home He's coming home Orville's coming home You're proper facked now son! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:16pm Thu 14 Feb 13

2getheras1 says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though.

cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders.

that will disqualify u from entering
Hi 5 Trophies. Word has it around Fratton Park that Sol Campbell and Kanu will miss visiting when you are removed from the Football League; apparently they loved going from Ar5e' to 'Mouth for you.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]Hi 5 Trophies. Word has it around Fratton Park that Sol Campbell and Kanu will miss visiting when you are removed from the Football League; apparently they loved going from Ar5e' to 'Mouth for you. 2getheras1
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1:17pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintshorse101 says...

saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though.

cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders.

that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went.
Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket.
Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years.
so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling.
I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours. saintshorse101
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1:31pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Call me old fashioned but I would rather win the F.A. cup than the Europa thing.
Come on Carlisle. And Hartlepool.
You are old fashioned ..... and quite correct
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Call me old fashioned but I would rather win the F.A. cup than the Europa thing. Come on Carlisle. And Hartlepool.[/p][/quote]You are old fashioned ..... and quite correct Mush On The Beach
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1:33pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

Hello,
Is there anybody in there?
Just pledge if you can hear me
Is there anyone home?

Come on
Now
I hear you're feeling down
I can ease your pain
Get you on your cheat again

Relax
I'll need some note formations first
Just 1000 basic facts
Can you show me where it’s certs?

There is no pledge you are receding
A distant prem clubs's smoke on the horizon
You are only pledging through in waves
Your lips move
But I can't see what you're paying

When I was a skunt child I had a jealous fever
My hands felt just like
99 red balloons
Now I've got that Nena feeling once again
I can't explain
You would not understand
This is not how I am

I... Have become comfortably scum

O.K.
Just a little PST pin pr1ck
There'll be no more PUP aaaaaaaah
But you may feel a little sick

Can you stand up? (court in session)
I do believe it's working
Good
That'll keep you going through the liquidation show
Come on
It's time to go

There is no pledge you are receding
A distant prem club's smoke on the horizon
You are only pledging through in waves
Your lips move
But I can't see what you're paying

When I was a skunt child
I caught a fleeting delusional glimpse
Out of the corner of my eye

I turned to look but it was gone
I cannot put my finger on it now
The debt is grown
The dream is gone
I... Have become comfortably skint blue scum
Hello, Is there anybody in there? Just pledge if you can hear me Is there anyone home? Come on Now I hear you're feeling down I can ease your pain Get you on your cheat again Relax I'll need some note formations first Just 1000 basic facts Can you show me where it’s certs? There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem clubs's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I had a jealous fever My hands felt just like 99 red balloons Now I've got that Nena feeling once again I can't explain You would not understand This is not how I am I... Have become comfortably scum O.K. Just a little PST pin pr1ck There'll be no more PUP aaaaaaaah But you may feel a little sick Can you stand up? (court in session) I do believe it's working Good That'll keep you going through the liquidation show Come on It's time to go There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem club's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I caught a fleeting delusional glimpse Out of the corner of my eye I turned to look but it was gone I cannot put my finger on it now The debt is grown The dream is gone I... Have become comfortably skint blue scum Mush On The Beach
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1:39pm Thu 14 Feb 13

2getheras1 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Hello,
Is there anybody in there?
Just pledge if you can hear me
Is there anyone home?

Come on
Now
I hear you're feeling down
I can ease your pain
Get you on your cheat again

Relax
I'll need some note formations first
Just 1000 basic facts
Can you show me where it’s certs?

There is no pledge you are receding
A distant prem clubs's smoke on the horizon
You are only pledging through in waves
Your lips move
But I can't see what you're paying

When I was a skunt child I had a jealous fever
My hands felt just like
99 red balloons
Now I've got that Nena feeling once again
I can't explain
You would not understand
This is not how I am

I... Have become comfortably scum

O.K.
Just a little PST pin pr1ck
There'll be no more PUP aaaaaaaah
But you may feel a little sick

Can you stand up? (court in session)
I do believe it's working
Good
That'll keep you going through the liquidation show
Come on
It's time to go

There is no pledge you are receding
A distant prem club's smoke on the horizon
You are only pledging through in waves
Your lips move
But I can't see what you're paying

When I was a skunt child
I caught a fleeting delusional glimpse
Out of the corner of my eye

I turned to look but it was gone
I cannot put my finger on it now
The debt is grown
The dream is gone
I... Have become comfortably skint blue scum
When I was just a little lad,
I asked my mother what shall I be;
Shall I be Pompey?
Shall I be Saints?
Here's what she said to me;
Wash your mouth out son,
You don't need your fathers gun,
There are no Pompey scum.
They got liquidated.
Where are Pompey?
Where are Pompey?
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Hello, Is there anybody in there? Just pledge if you can hear me Is there anyone home? Come on Now I hear you're feeling down I can ease your pain Get you on your cheat again Relax I'll need some note formations first Just 1000 basic facts Can you show me where it’s certs? There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem clubs's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I had a jealous fever My hands felt just like 99 red balloons Now I've got that Nena feeling once again I can't explain You would not understand This is not how I am I... Have become comfortably scum O.K. Just a little PST pin pr1ck There'll be no more PUP aaaaaaaah But you may feel a little sick Can you stand up? (court in session) I do believe it's working Good That'll keep you going through the liquidation show Come on It's time to go There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem club's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I caught a fleeting delusional glimpse Out of the corner of my eye I turned to look but it was gone I cannot put my finger on it now The debt is grown The dream is gone I... Have become comfortably skint blue scum[/p][/quote]When I was just a little lad, I asked my mother what shall I be; Shall I be Pompey? Shall I be Saints? Here's what she said to me; Wash your mouth out son, You don't need your fathers gun, There are no Pompey scum. They got liquidated. Where are Pompey? Where are Pompey? 2getheras1
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1:51pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
haha.

he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha


fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha

sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]haha. he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha Five Trophies Between Us
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2:03pm Thu 14 Feb 13

tennisaint says...

Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more
Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more tennisaint
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2:05pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
haha.

he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha


fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha

sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha
yers but then again while your fans knew it was happening and they never protested .without any owners your directors chose to have the wage bill behond your means .then trusted a onwer would lend them the money .and be prepared not to make profit .sorry but it dont dont work like .only if the owner is a fan .like fernandez is at qpr .they cant afford the wages there paying .at least are fans stuck with the club with administration after lowe had gone.24.000 in league one .your lot have walked away 7.000 missing and have only raised 2 million for the cause.and have had to extend to another week to get more cash .this is never going to work .but the blame in the first instance goes to your directors and your club .before you blame any owners .they chose to run the club behond its means .that is the true polictics of the matter
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]haha. he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha[/p][/quote]yers but then again while your fans knew it was happening and they never protested .without any owners your directors chose to have the wage bill behond your means .then trusted a onwer would lend them the money .and be prepared not to make profit .sorry but it dont dont work like .only if the owner is a fan .like fernandez is at qpr .they cant afford the wages there paying .at least are fans stuck with the club with administration after lowe had gone.24.000 in league one .your lot have walked away 7.000 missing and have only raised 2 million for the cause.and have had to extend to another week to get more cash .this is never going to work .but the blame in the first instance goes to your directors and your club .before you blame any owners .they chose to run the club behond its means .that is the true polictics of the matter saintkenny
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2:25pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintshorse101 says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
haha.

he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha


fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha

sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha
5trop you really are as thick as your name suggests aren't you! "he never paid the debt in full, it was never disclosed". so if it was never disclosed how do you know it was never paid in full? all accounts published at companies house. fans stayed away in protest not because of our league position, unlike your lot, but it was the bank that effectively put us in admin by changing the overdraft. the main reason for our financial problems was lowe, he couldn't run a bath! as for your statement "sounds familiar to poopey" well not really our owners didn't spends fortunes on players with huge wages that the club couldn't afford and your fans have yet to come back! crooks didn't start your meltdown, it was started by mandric and redkrapp`s love affair with publicity! spend big look good (on the surface) whilst running the club into the ground and not inveting in the infrastructure! no ground improvements, no training ground, no proper youth setup, no academy just spend it all on mercenaries who just want a big pay day!
you now have a `club` that has huge debts that still have not been paid from your last admin, has little chance of exiting this admin and will most likely be kicked out of the football league and out of existence! you would have been better off shutting it down last summer and starting again, you have stolen cheated and robbed you way through the last 3 years and are an embarrassment to English football, so no we are not familiar to poopey in anyway!
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]haha. he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha[/p][/quote]5trop you really are as thick as your name suggests aren't you! "he never paid the debt in full, it was never disclosed". so if it was never disclosed how do you know it was never paid in full? all accounts published at companies house. fans stayed away in protest not because of our league position, unlike your lot, but it was the bank that effectively put us in admin by changing the overdraft. the main reason for our financial problems was lowe, he couldn't run a bath! as for your statement "sounds familiar to poopey" well not really our owners didn't spends fortunes on players with huge wages that the club couldn't afford and your fans have yet to come back! crooks didn't start your meltdown, it was started by mandric and redkrapp`s love affair with publicity! spend big look good (on the surface) whilst running the club into the ground and not inveting in the infrastructure! no ground improvements, no training ground, no proper youth setup, no academy just spend it all on mercenaries who just want a big pay day! you now have a `club` that has huge debts that still have not been paid from your last admin, has little chance of exiting this admin and will most likely be kicked out of the football league and out of existence! you would have been better off shutting it down last summer and starting again, you have stolen cheated and robbed you way through the last 3 years and are an embarrassment to English football, so no we are not familiar to poopey in anyway! saintshorse101
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2:31pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Golden_Salamander says...

I believe that the Fair Play table is only marked on 5 categories this season.
The marking for "Behaviour of the public." does not come until next season (I believe).

The full table is here :-
http://www.premierle
ague.com/en-gb/match
day/fair-play.html

The marking rules are here :-
http://www.premierle
ague.com/en-gb/match
day/fair-play-calcul
ation.html

The reason that Liverpool are above us is they have been marked EXTREMELY high on the "Positive Play". (imo their score looks "significantly different" from the other teams !!!!! must be marked by pool supporters ?).

As a club we are near the bottom of the "Behaviour of the team officials" section which has the following in the in marking rules "......and how they accept the decisions of the referee. Co-operation with the media will also be taken into account....." !?
.
The UEFA news item is :-
http://www.uefa.com/
uefa/socialresponsib
ility/respect/news/n
ewsid=1911234.html

and the table is here
http://www.uefa.com/
MultimediaFiles/Down
load/uefaorg/Respect
/01/91/16/53/1911653
_DOWNLOAD.pdf
I believe that the Fair Play table is only marked on 5 categories this season. The marking for "Behaviour of the public." does not come until next season (I believe). The full table is here :- http://www.premierle ague.com/en-gb/match day/fair-play.html The marking rules are here :- http://www.premierle ague.com/en-gb/match day/fair-play-calcul ation.html The reason that Liverpool are above us is they have been marked EXTREMELY high on the "Positive Play". (imo their score looks "significantly different" from the other teams !!!!! must be marked by pool supporters ?). As a club we are near the bottom of the "Behaviour of the team officials" section which has the following in the in marking rules "......and how they accept the decisions of the referee. Co-operation with the media will also be taken into account....." !? . The UEFA news item is :- http://www.uefa.com/ uefa/socialresponsib ility/respect/news/n ewsid=1911234.html and the table is here http://www.uefa.com/ MultimediaFiles/Down load/uefaorg/Respect /01/91/16/53/1911653 _DOWNLOAD.pdf Golden_Salamander
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2:33pm Thu 14 Feb 13

cheshireexile says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though.

cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders.

that will disqualify u from entering
stadium was paid for same as any other commercial property, shame yours isn't your isn't it?
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]stadium was paid for same as any other commercial property, shame yours isn't your isn't it? cheshireexile
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2:39pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Mush On The Beach says...

On the first day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
The plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the second day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the third day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the fourth day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the fifth day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the sixth day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying,
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the seventh day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Seven skates a-drowning,
Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying,
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the eighth day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Eight past owners a-milking,
Seven skates a-drowning,
Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying,
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the ninth day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Nine Administrators dancing,
Eight past owners a-milking,
Seven skates a-drowning,
Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying,
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the tenth day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Ten landlords a-leaping,
Nine Administrators dancing,
Eight past owners a-milking,
Seven skates a-drowning,
Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying,
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the eleventh day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Eleven loan diapers piping,
Ten landlords a-leaping,
Nine Administrators dancing,
Eight past owners a-milking,
Seven skates a-drowning,
Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying,
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.

On the twelfth day of Liquidation,
my blue skunt sent to me
Twelve blue scummers scumming,
Eleven loan diapers piping,
Ten landlords a-leaping,
Nine Administrators dancing,
Eight past owners a-milking,
Seven skates a-drowning,
Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying,
Five skint Arab Blings,
Four bawling turrds,
Three Tax men,
Two pledging mugs,
And the plans to Tescos Poopey.
On the first day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me The plans to Tescos Poopey. On the second day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the third day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the fourth day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the fifth day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the sixth day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying, Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the seventh day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Seven skates a-drowning, Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying, Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the eighth day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Eight past owners a-milking, Seven skates a-drowning, Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying, Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the ninth day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Nine Administrators dancing, Eight past owners a-milking, Seven skates a-drowning, Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying, Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the tenth day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Ten landlords a-leaping, Nine Administrators dancing, Eight past owners a-milking, Seven skates a-drowning, Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying, Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the eleventh day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Eleven loan diapers piping, Ten landlords a-leaping, Nine Administrators dancing, Eight past owners a-milking, Seven skates a-drowning, Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying, Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. On the twelfth day of Liquidation, my blue skunt sent to me Twelve blue scummers scumming, Eleven loan diapers piping, Ten landlords a-leaping, Nine Administrators dancing, Eight past owners a-milking, Seven skates a-drowning, Six Poopey Lil’s a-laying, Five skint Arab Blings, Four bawling turrds, Three Tax men, Two pledging mugs, And the plans to Tescos Poopey. Mush On The Beach
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3:00pm Thu 14 Feb 13

mack chinnon says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook"
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook" mack chinnon
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3:18pm Thu 14 Feb 13

SO50 Saint says...

I like it FTBU why don't you start singing it at the next home game? Maybe the bloke in the stand next to you might understand it a bit better than we do
I like it FTBU why don't you start singing it at the next home game? Maybe the bloke in the stand next to you might understand it a bit better than we do SO50 Saint
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3:20pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintshorse101 says...

mack chinnon wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook"
yes as much as I don`t want to `copy and paste` other peoples work, he has done such a good job of producing a concise account of the club at the time that I believe that even a skate will understand it. they will never understand how an owner pays off the clubs debts in full and think that all clubs and owners behave like theirs.
I haven't read `arry the crook yet` haven't found it.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook"[/p][/quote]yes as much as I don`t want to `copy and paste` other peoples work, he has done such a good job of producing a concise account of the club at the time that I believe that even a skate will understand it. they will never understand how an owner pays off the clubs debts in full and think that all clubs and owners behave like theirs. I haven't read `arry the crook yet` haven't found it. saintshorse101
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4:06pm Thu 14 Feb 13

st1halo says...

SO50 Saint wrote:
I like it FTBU why don't you start singing it at the next home game? Maybe the bloke in the stand next to you might understand it a bit better than we do
The bloke stood next to him will be down the other end so won't hear him anyway
HAHAHAHAHAHA


STID
[quote][p][bold]SO50 Saint[/bold] wrote: I like it FTBU why don't you start singing it at the next home game? Maybe the bloke in the stand next to you might understand it a bit better than we do[/p][/quote]The bloke stood next to him will be down the other end so won't hear him anyway HAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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4:14pm Thu 14 Feb 13

st1halo says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
haha.

he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha


fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha

sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha
5trop you really are as thick as your name suggests aren't you! "he never paid the debt in full, it was never disclosed". so if it was never disclosed how do you know it was never paid in full? all accounts published at companies house. fans stayed away in protest not because of our league position, unlike your lot, but it was the bank that effectively put us in admin by changing the overdraft. the main reason for our financial problems was lowe, he couldn't run a bath! as for your statement "sounds familiar to poopey" well not really our owners didn't spends fortunes on players with huge wages that the club couldn't afford and your fans have yet to come back! crooks didn't start your meltdown, it was started by mandric and redkrapp`s love affair with publicity! spend big look good (on the surface) whilst running the club into the ground and not inveting in the infrastructure! no ground improvements, no training ground, no proper youth setup, no academy just spend it all on mercenaries who just want a big pay day!
you now have a `club` that has huge debts that still have not been paid from your last admin, has little chance of exiting this admin and will most likely be kicked out of the football league and out of existence! you would have been better off shutting it down last summer and starting again, you have stolen cheated and robbed you way through the last 3 years and are an embarrassment to English football, so no we are not familiar to poopey in anyway!
It's no use explaining it all to him 101, or kenny, they're all deluded, think they are a big club, think they've been hard done by and it's not their fault, They had their chance to do something about it and chose the glory whereas we thought of our club first, hence where we are and where they are now.
How embarassing for them it must be for even the Premier League to state - We want to avoid doing a Portsmouth.

They will go down in history as the club no-one wants to be like!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA


STID
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]haha. he never paid the bebt in full. it was never disclosed. haha fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. haha sounds familiar to Pompey but the main reason for ur financial problems was started by ur fans. The crooks started our problems. haha[/p][/quote]5trop you really are as thick as your name suggests aren't you! "he never paid the debt in full, it was never disclosed". so if it was never disclosed how do you know it was never paid in full? all accounts published at companies house. fans stayed away in protest not because of our league position, unlike your lot, but it was the bank that effectively put us in admin by changing the overdraft. the main reason for our financial problems was lowe, he couldn't run a bath! as for your statement "sounds familiar to poopey" well not really our owners didn't spends fortunes on players with huge wages that the club couldn't afford and your fans have yet to come back! crooks didn't start your meltdown, it was started by mandric and redkrapp`s love affair with publicity! spend big look good (on the surface) whilst running the club into the ground and not inveting in the infrastructure! no ground improvements, no training ground, no proper youth setup, no academy just spend it all on mercenaries who just want a big pay day! you now have a `club` that has huge debts that still have not been paid from your last admin, has little chance of exiting this admin and will most likely be kicked out of the football league and out of existence! you would have been better off shutting it down last summer and starting again, you have stolen cheated and robbed you way through the last 3 years and are an embarrassment to English football, so no we are not familiar to poopey in anyway![/p][/quote]It's no use explaining it all to him 101, or kenny, they're all deluded, think they are a big club, think they've been hard done by and it's not their fault, They had their chance to do something about it and chose the glory whereas we thought of our club first, hence where we are and where they are now. How embarassing for them it must be for even the Premier League to state - We want to avoid doing a Portsmouth. They will go down in history as the club no-one wants to be like! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA STID st1halo
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4:34pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

'Doing a Portsmouth' will become part of mainstream language. They will live on for ever!
'Doing a Portsmouth' will become part of mainstream language. They will live on for ever! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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4:44pm Thu 14 Feb 13

milton road says...

big turn out for pompey the other night 280 fans at Hartlepool.
the best fans in the world (what a joke)

I think this puts things into perspective.
our first season in div1 after admin
20-934.
portsmouth premier league 18,258
our second div 1 22,261
portsmouth championship 15,719
Our championship season 26,237
portsmouth 14,865
our prem season 30,427
portsmouth 12,092
We are the 12 team in attendances in the premier and our average gate is bigger than any of the highest gates of teams below us.
In div 1 just coming out of admin our gates were bigger than poop who were in premier league.
I think wholly right typical small club jealousy for their big neighbours.
big turn out for pompey the other night 280 fans at Hartlepool. the best fans in the world (what a joke) I think this puts things into perspective. our first season in div1 after admin 20-934. portsmouth premier league 18,258 our second div 1 22,261 portsmouth championship 15,719 Our championship season 26,237 portsmouth 14,865 our prem season 30,427 portsmouth 12,092 We are the 12 team in attendances in the premier and our average gate is bigger than any of the highest gates of teams below us. In div 1 just coming out of admin our gates were bigger than poop who were in premier league. I think wholly right typical small club jealousy for their big neighbours. milton road
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4:47pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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4:50pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

EUROPA FOR THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.

RF/RED ARMY 2013
FLY-FIGHT-WIN.

RED FACTION / RED ARMY - WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED.

WE H8 POMPEY.
I love these posts.
As always a shining beacon of commitment, passion and eloquence.
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. EUROPA FOR THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. RF/RED ARMY 2013 FLY-FIGHT-WIN. RED FACTION / RED ARMY - WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED. WE H8 POMPEY.[/p][/quote]I love these posts. As always a shining beacon of commitment, passion and eloquence. Alicesdad
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4:59pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

Confucious wrote:
The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?
I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9.

By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile.

I predict a riot.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?[/p][/quote]I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9. By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile. I predict a riot. Alicesdad
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5:00pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Salar says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Hello, Is there anybody in there? Just pledge if you can hear me Is there anyone home? Come on Now I hear you're feeling down I can ease your pain Get you on your cheat again Relax I'll need some note formations first Just 1000 basic facts Can you show me where it’s certs? There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem clubs's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I had a jealous fever My hands felt just like 99 red balloons Now I've got that Nena feeling once again I can't explain You would not understand This is not how I am I... Have become comfortably scum O.K. Just a little PST pin pr1ck There'll be no more PUP aaaaaaaah But you may feel a little sick Can you stand up? (court in session) I do believe it's working Good That'll keep you going through the liquidation show Come on It's time to go There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem club's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I caught a fleeting delusional glimpse Out of the corner of my eye I turned to look but it was gone I cannot put my finger on it now The debt is grown The dream is gone I... Have become comfortably skint blue scum
Quality.. ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Hello, Is there anybody in there? Just pledge if you can hear me Is there anyone home? Come on Now I hear you're feeling down I can ease your pain Get you on your cheat again Relax I'll need some note formations first Just 1000 basic facts Can you show me where it’s certs? There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem clubs's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I had a jealous fever My hands felt just like 99 red balloons Now I've got that Nena feeling once again I can't explain You would not understand This is not how I am I... Have become comfortably scum O.K. Just a little PST pin pr1ck There'll be no more PUP aaaaaaaah But you may feel a little sick Can you stand up? (court in session) I do believe it's working Good That'll keep you going through the liquidation show Come on It's time to go There is no pledge you are receding A distant prem club's smoke on the horizon You are only pledging through in waves Your lips move But I can't see what you're paying When I was a skunt child I caught a fleeting delusional glimpse Out of the corner of my eye I turned to look but it was gone I cannot put my finger on it now The debt is grown The dream is gone I... Have become comfortably skint blue scum[/p][/quote]Quality.. ;-) Salar
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5:17pm Thu 14 Feb 13

mack chinnon says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook"
yes as much as I don`t want to `copy and paste` other peoples work, he has done such a good job of producing a concise account of the club at the time that I believe that even a skate will understand it. they will never understand how an owner pays off the clubs debts in full and think that all clubs and owners behave like theirs.
I haven't read `arry the crook yet` haven't found it.
To many long words for them.The other story isnt titled "Arry the crook" but you get my jist
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook"[/p][/quote]yes as much as I don`t want to `copy and paste` other peoples work, he has done such a good job of producing a concise account of the club at the time that I believe that even a skate will understand it. they will never understand how an owner pays off the clubs debts in full and think that all clubs and owners behave like theirs. I haven't read `arry the crook yet` haven't found it.[/p][/quote]To many long words for them.The other story isnt titled "Arry the crook" but you get my jist mack chinnon
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5:18pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
After the first decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All

After the second decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All

After the third decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the fourth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the fifth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the sixth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the seventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the eighth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the ninth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - ONE MASSIVE CUP

After the tenth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the eleventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the twelfth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - a picture of ONE GAY SWAY


After almost thirteen decades of football, my truelove said to me, one little cup and a gaysway at Fratton Park
After the next decade of football my true love said to me "who the fcuk were Poopey?
After the next decade of football to be perfectly blunt there's no need for the name of Skunt..
After the next decade of Football to allay all of our fears the Skates will have been gone for twenty yeas.
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: After the first decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All After the second decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All After the third decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the fourth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the fifth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the sixth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the seventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the eighth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the ninth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - ONE MASSIVE CUP After the tenth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the eleventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the twelfth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - a picture of ONE GAY SWAY After almost thirteen decades of football, my truelove said to me, one little cup and a gaysway at Fratton Park[/p][/quote]After the next decade of football my true love said to me "who the fcuk were Poopey? After the next decade of football to be perfectly blunt there's no need for the name of Skunt.. After the next decade of Football to allay all of our fears the Skates will have been gone for twenty yeas. Clever Dick
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5:34pm Thu 14 Feb 13

100%Saint says...

Did anyone see the half-time relay goal none of the skate players could've done that shot.
COYR!!!
Did anyone see the half-time relay goal none of the skate players could've done that shot. COYR!!! 100%Saint
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5:35pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

Alicesdad wrote:
Confucious wrote:
The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?
I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9.

By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile.

I predict a riot.
If it has anything to do with Uranus I think Jason Puncheon is the man to ask!
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?[/p][/quote]I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9. By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile. I predict a riot.[/p][/quote]If it has anything to do with Uranus I think Jason Puncheon is the man to ask! Clever Dick
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5:41pm Thu 14 Feb 13

BracknellSaint says...

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
After the first decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All

After the second decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All

After the third decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the fourth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the fifth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the sixth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the seventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the eighth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the ninth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - ONE MASSIVE CUP

After the tenth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the eleventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all

After the twelfth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - a picture of ONE GAY SWAY


After almost thirteen decades of football, my truelove said to me, one little cup and a gaysway at Fratton Park
Ah, the old 'history' chestnut...

Which would I prefer...
A couple of league wins back before 90% on here were even born, when the team was made up of pros from all over who ended up playing for a team just because they were still posted locally with the Navy, and a cup 'bought' recently with a team of big names on even bigger wages that anyone with even the thinnest grasp of reality would clearly see as being 'abnormal' based on a tiny ground and fan base, and no clearly identifiable source of income that could cover that cost, that subsequently has finally seen justice be brought as they go through round after round of administration, and becoming not only the laughing stock of the football community, but also the yardstick by which all other corrupt and / or living beyond their means' teams will henceforth be judged......
Or, supporting a team that maintained huge attendances even in the lower leagues, with arguably the best youth set up in the land, which is back where it belongs in the top flight, where it spent 27 seasons last time round, and has,STATISTICALLY been the highest positioned side in Hampshire over all the years you could count, with also a sexy and shining future ahead of us...
Not a hard one to choose after all eh?
Swim on, little whitebait..
[quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: After the first decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All After the second decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - NOTHING at All After the third decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the fourth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the fifth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the sixth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the seventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the eighth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the ninth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - ONE MASSIVE CUP After the tenth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the eleventh decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - nothing at all After the twelfth decade of football, the trophy cabinet showed to me - a picture of ONE GAY SWAY After almost thirteen decades of football, my truelove said to me, one little cup and a gaysway at Fratton Park[/p][/quote]Ah, the old 'history' chestnut... Which would I prefer... A couple of league wins back before 90% on here were even born, when the team was made up of pros from all over who ended up playing for a team just because they were still posted locally with the Navy, and a cup 'bought' recently with a team of big names on even bigger wages that anyone with even the thinnest grasp of reality would clearly see as being 'abnormal' based on a tiny ground and fan base, and no clearly identifiable source of income that could cover that cost, that subsequently has finally seen justice be brought as they go through round after round of administration, and becoming not only the laughing stock of the football community, but also the yardstick by which all other corrupt and / or living beyond their means' teams will henceforth be judged...... Or, supporting a team that maintained huge attendances even in the lower leagues, with arguably the best youth set up in the land, which is back where it belongs in the top flight, where it spent 27 seasons last time round, and has,STATISTICALLY been the highest positioned side in Hampshire over all the years you could count, with also a sexy and shining future ahead of us... Not a hard one to choose after all eh? Swim on, little whitebait.. BracknellSaint
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5:42pm Thu 14 Feb 13

100%Saint says...

tennisaint wrote:
Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more
It's not them making it up, I didn't think it was true but I went on the premier league website and it's true.
COYR!!!
[quote][p][bold]tennisaint[/bold] wrote: Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more[/p][/quote]It's not them making it up, I didn't think it was true but I went on the premier league website and it's true. COYR!!! 100%Saint
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5:43pm Thu 14 Feb 13

angus mc coatup says...

Alicesdad wrote:
Confucious wrote:
The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?
I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9.

By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile.

I predict a riot.
Not sure they would be as high as division 9..........

they must be the only crowd in the country that chants.
who are ya
who are ya
every week, at their own team.
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?[/p][/quote]I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9. By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile. I predict a riot.[/p][/quote]Not sure they would be as high as division 9.......... they must be the only crowd in the country that chants. who are ya who are ya every week, at their own team. angus mc coatup
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5:45pm Thu 14 Feb 13

100%Saint says...

100%Saint wrote:
tennisaint wrote:
Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more
It's not them making it up, I didn't think it was true but I went on the premier league website and it's true.
COYR!!!
Maybe only winning the Europa next season then the season after that the Premier League.
COYR!!!
[quote][p][bold]100%Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tennisaint[/bold] wrote: Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more[/p][/quote]It's not them making it up, I didn't think it was true but I went on the premier league website and it's true. COYR!!![/p][/quote]Maybe only winning the Europa next season then the season after that the Premier League. COYR!!! 100%Saint
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5:57pm Thu 14 Feb 13

mickey01 says...

jerseysaint wrote:
not bothered about this m mouse europa league it tends to do more harm than good to teams i.e middlesbourgh and birmingham
didnt do newcastle much good either
[quote][p][bold]jerseysaint[/bold] wrote: not bothered about this m mouse europa league it tends to do more harm than good to teams i.e middlesbourgh and birmingham[/p][/quote]didnt do newcastle much good either mickey01
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5:59pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

get your qpr ticket selling fast .after they get beat at old trafford .wev can trash them .condemn them to relegation .needing 7 wins out of 10 .2 places left then
get your qpr ticket selling fast .after they get beat at old trafford .wev can trash them .condemn them to relegation .needing 7 wins out of 10 .2 places left then saintkenny
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6:02pm Thu 14 Feb 13

slugger says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
Confucious wrote:
The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?
I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9.

By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile.

I predict a riot.
Not sure they would be as high as division 9..........

they must be the only crowd in the country that chants.
who are ya
who are ya
every week, at their own team.
LOL
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: The next Poopey court case hearing has been scheduled for when the moon crosses the path of Orion during the simultaneous alignment of Saturn, Mars and Venus coinciding with Pluto crossing the sun whilst partially obscured by Uranus. Does anyone know when this is exactly?[/p][/quote]I believe it will be in exactly 201 years and 47 days time, by which time their team will be riding high and glorious in the Commercial Houses Sunday morning league division 9. By then mixed football will be mandatory throughout the world under the global diversity discrimination law and their team will be filled largely by underpaid women afraid to get their hair wet or mud on their legs. As a club who look to the future to save them I can see they are already recruiting players that fit this profile. I predict a riot.[/p][/quote]Not sure they would be as high as division 9.......... they must be the only crowd in the country that chants. who are ya who are ya every week, at their own team.[/p][/quote]LOL slugger
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6:02pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Folkestone Saint says...

100%Saint wrote:
100%Saint wrote:
tennisaint wrote:
Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more
It's not them making it up, I didn't think it was true but I went on the premier league website and it's true.
COYR!!!
Maybe only winning the Europa next season then the season after that the Premier League.
COYR!!!
Also it has to be better playing real football rather than pre-season freindly's
[quote][p][bold]100%Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]100%Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tennisaint[/bold] wrote: Echo making up stories again . Who wants to go to Europe for me a league title means more[/p][/quote]It's not them making it up, I didn't think it was true but I went on the premier league website and it's true. COYR!!![/p][/quote]Maybe only winning the Europa next season then the season after that the Premier League. COYR!!![/p][/quote]Also it has to be better playing real football rather than pre-season freindly's Folkestone Saint
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6:04pm Thu 14 Feb 13

slugger says...

Personally i'd love us to be in the europa league ,I think we should wait a season and qualify properly though ....... COYR !!!
Personally i'd love us to be in the europa league ,I think we should wait a season and qualify properly though ....... COYR !!! slugger
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6:12pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Saintsayer II says...

We may have made it into the europa if NA had stayed because he told players not to play dirty and to show respect to officials Already MoPo has them crowding the ref and questioning decisions I can see us geting mre cards in the last 12 than we did in the first 20
We may have made it into the europa if NA had stayed because he told players not to play dirty and to show respect to officials Already MoPo has them crowding the ref and questioning decisions I can see us geting mre cards in the last 12 than we did in the first 20 Saintsayer II
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6:12pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

we want newc to struggle tonight ,so they have to make a good effort in the 2nd leg ,3 days before saints go newcastle on the sunday
we want newc to struggle tonight ,so they have to make a good effort in the 2nd leg ,3 days before saints go newcastle on the sunday saintkenny
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6:18pm Thu 14 Feb 13

100%Saint says...

saintkenny wrote:
we want newc to struggle tonight ,so they have to make a good effort in the 2nd leg ,3 days before saints go newcastle on the sunday
I want them to get absolutely knackered in both games so they have to field their 2nd team or either extremely tired 1st team.
COYR!!!
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: we want newc to struggle tonight ,so they have to make a good effort in the 2nd leg ,3 days before saints go newcastle on the sunday[/p][/quote]I want them to get absolutely knackered in both games so they have to field their 2nd team or either extremely tired 1st team. COYR!!! 100%Saint
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6:28pm Thu 14 Feb 13

milton road says...

As long as we stay up is what matters for this season.
We have drawn away to the european champions.
beaten the league champions.
Given the champions elect and possible european champions two cracking games.
Lets just go out and make sure we are in this division next season.
COYR
As long as we stay up is what matters for this season. We have drawn away to the european champions. beaten the league champions. Given the champions elect and possible european champions two cracking games. Lets just go out and make sure we are in this division next season. COYR milton road
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8:07pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

I'll be satisfied with another year in the Prem without the distraction of Europe.

Besides, Schneiderlin is top of his game when he ain't worried about picking up the odd yellow.

Stay up...continue to improve...and Europe can wait a year imo COYR!
I'll be satisfied with another year in the Prem without the distraction of Europe. Besides, Schneiderlin is top of his game when he ain't worried about picking up the odd yellow. Stay up...continue to improve...and Europe can wait a year imo COYR! Baddesley Bill
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8:39pm Thu 14 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
We may have made it into the europa if NA had stayed because he told players not to play dirty and to show respect to officials Already MoPo has them crowding the ref and questioning decisions I can see us geting mre cards in the last 12 than we did in the first 20
You...you ..again like we giva fück..we are SOUTHAMPTON we are premier league..now what the crocodile hat, t*at do you think of that!
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: We may have made it into the europa if NA had stayed because he told players not to play dirty and to show respect to officials Already MoPo has them crowding the ref and questioning decisions I can see us geting mre cards in the last 12 than we did in the first 20[/p][/quote]You...you ..again like we giva fück..we are SOUTHAMPTON we are premier league..now what the crocodile hat, t*at do you think of that! warrens 76
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8:40pm Thu 14 Feb 13

2getheras1 says...

saintkenny wrote:
we want newc to struggle tonight ,so they have to make a good effort in the 2nd leg ,3 days before saints go newcastle on the sunday
Good call.

An away goal or two for the Mentalists could do us a favour... maybe??
[quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: we want newc to struggle tonight ,so they have to make a good effort in the 2nd leg ,3 days before saints go newcastle on the sunday[/p][/quote]Good call. An away goal or two for the Mentalists could do us a favour... maybe?? 2getheras1
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8:45pm Thu 14 Feb 13

slugger says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Saintsayer II wrote:
We may have made it into the europa if NA had stayed because he told players not to play dirty and to show respect to officials Already MoPo has them crowding the ref and questioning decisions I can see us geting mre cards in the last 12 than we did in the first 20
You...you ..again like we giva fück..we are SOUTHAMPTON we are premier league..now what the crocodile hat, t*at do you think of that!
Are you the same Warrens 76 that posts on the News site ?
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: We may have made it into the europa if NA had stayed because he told players not to play dirty and to show respect to officials Already MoPo has them crowding the ref and questioning decisions I can see us geting mre cards in the last 12 than we did in the first 20[/p][/quote]You...you ..again like we giva fück..we are SOUTHAMPTON we are premier league..now what the crocodile hat, t*at do you think of that![/p][/quote]Are you the same Warrens 76 that posts on the News site ? slugger
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8:53pm Thu 14 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is...

...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint..

Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit..

UTS.
Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is... ...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint.. Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit.. UTS. warrens 76
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8:53pm Thu 14 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is...

...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint..

Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit..

UTS.
Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is... ...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint.. Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit.. UTS. warrens 76
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8:59pm Thu 14 Feb 13

slugger says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is...

...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint..

Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit..

UTS.
Hmmmmmm , why do you take the mick out of Saints taking the mick ?
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is... ...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint.. Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit.. UTS.[/p][/quote]Hmmmmmm , why do you take the mick out of Saints taking the mick ? slugger
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9:01pm Thu 14 Feb 13

slugger says...

slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is...

...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint..

Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit..

UTS.
Hmmmmmm , why do you take the mick out of Saints taking the mick ?
Saintsayer is deffo a Saint .
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is... ...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint.. Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit.. UTS.[/p][/quote]Hmmmmmm , why do you take the mick out of Saints taking the mick ?[/p][/quote]Saintsayer is deffo a Saint . slugger
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9:17pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Saintsayer II says...

Warren you would never make it as a detective I stated what I think I don't need 100% agreement and I never said if I was bothered about getting into the Europa this way or not There are for's and againsts
If you dont' think we will get harder and more combative under MoPo look at the cards given to Espanyol players when he was there

As for me being a skate .......I can guarantee that no one hates the b*******s more than I do
Warren you would never make it as a detective I stated what I think I don't need 100% agreement and I never said if I was bothered about getting into the Europa this way or not There are for's and againsts If you dont' think we will get harder and more combative under MoPo look at the cards given to Espanyol players when he was there As for me being a skate .......I can guarantee that no one hates the b*******s more than I do Saintsayer II
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9:23pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is...

...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint..

Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit..

UTS.
Wrong there mate...sorry.
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Slugger, it is I, Me ..the problem with Saintsayer 2 or whatever he posts as is... ...Kent and Gloryhole etc are self evident this one is cute..he a'int no Saint.. Velleity and others will show his form however to most posters they will not see the join..after an afternoon in the mountains, couple of sherberts etc, I regrettably bit.. UTS.[/p][/quote]Wrong there mate...sorry. Baddesley Bill
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9:25pm Thu 14 Feb 13

slugger says...

If i'm right , I suspect that Warrens 76 will not be meeting anyone at Newcastle .
If i'm right , I suspect that Warrens 76 will not be meeting anyone at Newcastle . slugger
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9:35pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Saintsayer II says...

Thanks Slugger thanks Bill

I'm back to the Reds on March 17th for a review I will know then if I need to buy a season ticket or not

I'm not up to making the Newcastle trip but I hope to be up that way to see my sister at around the time of the Sunderland game
Thanks Slugger thanks Bill I'm back to the Reds on March 17th for a review I will know then if I need to buy a season ticket or not I'm not up to making the Newcastle trip but I hope to be up that way to see my sister at around the time of the Sunderland game Saintsayer II
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9:44pm Thu 14 Feb 13

slugger says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
Thanks Slugger thanks Bill

I'm back to the Reds on March 17th for a review I will know then if I need to buy a season ticket or not

I'm not up to making the Newcastle trip but I hope to be up that way to see my sister at around the time of the Sunderland game
Get one anyway and show it you mean business ........ stay positive and win !
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: Thanks Slugger thanks Bill I'm back to the Reds on March 17th for a review I will know then if I need to buy a season ticket or not I'm not up to making the Newcastle trip but I hope to be up that way to see my sister at around the time of the Sunderland game[/p][/quote]Get one anyway and show it you mean business ........ stay positive and win ! slugger
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11:12pm Thu 14 Feb 13

saintshorse101 says...

mack chinnon wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering
wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints
its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.
Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook"
yes as much as I don`t want to `copy and paste` other peoples work, he has done such a good job of producing a concise account of the club at the time that I believe that even a skate will understand it. they will never understand how an owner pays off the clubs debts in full and think that all clubs and owners behave like theirs.
I haven't read `arry the crook yet` haven't found it.
To many long words for them.The other story isnt titled "Arry the crook" but you get my jist
just read it and it might as well be called `arry the crook` its a ringing endorsement of our `arry and gives credence to everything saints fans have been saying about him for years! shocking.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintkenny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Five Trophies Between Us[/bold] wrote: would u b allowed to play at ur stadium though. cos that wasnt fair was it, the way u got it for next 2 nothing n robbed the stadium builders. that will disqualify u from entering[/p][/quote]wrong we paid most of it .marcus lieber then paid the rest of the loan up and purchased it .and since he has been paid back with profit .so the stadium still had to be paid .and it was .adminiastration does not clear debts .look at youe own you went into admin 61 million in debt and you still owe 61 million .debts only get cleared if yopu become solvent .which you might be soon .therefore saints got nothing free as it shows on wiki and bbc or any other .recent history column on the saints[/p][/quote]its an urban myth in poopey that we didn't pay for st marys and it was building the stadium that put us into admin. they seem to be very jealous about st marys, which is understandable when you look at the shed they `play` in. the simple truth is, and anyone can look this up, is before our admin we were paying for st marys and it was Barclays reducing the overdraft that sent us into admin, the main reason for our financial problems was that fans `stayed away` because of lowe being in charge, crowds soon returned after he went. Markus Liebherr, whose DMWSL 613 Limited acquired the share capital of the football club (and other group companies) from the administrators of Southampton Leisure Holdings Plc on 8 July 2009. Not only did the new owner save the club, but he also paid the debts in full, as opposed to many new owners who only pay a few pennies in the pound for debts owed, leaving many small business and public authorities out of pocket. Liebherr cleared the debts to the bank, tax authorities and trade creditors as part of the acquisition, replacing them with a £20 million shareholder loan that is not repayable for at least five years. so unlike poopey who only want to pay 2p in the £ we paid everything in full and didn't leave small businesses struggling. I think their problem is that we found an honest decent owner who paid the debts and paid in full, unlike channers who never paid the previous cva and the trust who if they buy the club will reduce the previous cva from 20p in the £ to 2p of that 20p. with owners like theirs its no wonder they openly covert ours.[/p][/quote]Horse, i take it you read the Swiss rambler blog. I liked the one about "Arry the crook"[/p][/quote]yes as much as I don`t want to `copy and paste` other peoples work, he has done such a good job of producing a concise account of the club at the time that I believe that even a skate will understand it. they will never understand how an owner pays off the clubs debts in full and think that all clubs and owners behave like theirs. I haven't read `arry the crook yet` haven't found it.[/p][/quote]To many long words for them.The other story isnt titled "Arry the crook" but you get my jist[/p][/quote]just read it and it might as well be called `arry the crook` its a ringing endorsement of our `arry and gives credence to everything saints fans have been saying about him for years! shocking. saintshorse101
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10:39am Fri 15 Feb 13

Blackwaterblue says...

Watch out for this one. We Pompey) were in it one year (WE won't bother this year) and all it id was give us fixture conjestion and made no money! A few nice games though.
Watch out for this one. We Pompey) were in it one year (WE won't bother this year) and all it id was give us fixture conjestion and made no money! A few nice games though. Blackwaterblue
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11:39am Fri 15 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

saintmac wrote:
scorpioeyes - ask the 40,000 who went
to Wembley.
44.000 plus at least 5.000 who obtained tickets fro other sources, me included.
[quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: scorpioeyes - ask the 40,000 who went to Wembley.[/p][/quote]44.000 plus at least 5.000 who obtained tickets fro other sources, me included. warrens 76
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11:41am Fri 15 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect.
Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.
Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?
You may well do fella.
Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more.
Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why.
I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall.
Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie.
Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage.
How about you?
Loved Benn..went to Old Trafford to see him Eubank..live he won it on TV it looked like a draw..weird.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]since 1885[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: The format of the europa is too long-winded. You have to play around 20 games to get to the final, that’s an extra half of a prem season to endure. It should be turned into a knockout tournament from the start and then clubs may give it more respect. Newcastle’s form took a dip at the start of the season and I fear the same would happen to us.[/p][/quote]Mush on the Beach I think I know you. Were you ever a boxing fan?[/p][/quote]You may well do fella. Am I a boxing fan? That’s a bit random 1885 ... Not any more. Sonny Boy Williams vs Botha fiasco this week tells you why. I was at the Tyson v Bruno screening at the Mayflower, saw Crawford Ashley take out our lad Jimmy Peters at the Guildhall. Sadly I can’t claim to have been at same venue to see local lad Steve McCarthy get battered by Tony Wilson’s Mum’s handbag. Priceless, he was winning and they awarded it to the Brummie. Best English comeback from jaws of defeat – Nigel Benn v Gerald McClellan – savage. How about you?[/p][/quote]Loved Benn..went to Old Trafford to see him Eubank..live he won it on TV it looked like a draw..weird. warrens 76
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11:43am Fri 15 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

Saintsayer II wrote:
Warren you would never make it as a detective I stated what I think I don't need 100% agreement and I never said if I was bothered about getting into the Europa this way or not There are for's and againsts
If you dont' think we will get harder and more combative under MoPo look at the cards given to Espanyol players when he was there

As for me being a skate .......I can guarantee that no one hates the b*******s more than I do
Fairplay ..apologies given and hopefully taken.
[quote][p][bold]Saintsayer II[/bold] wrote: Warren you would never make it as a detective I stated what I think I don't need 100% agreement and I never said if I was bothered about getting into the Europa this way or not There are for's and againsts If you dont' think we will get harder and more combative under MoPo look at the cards given to Espanyol players when he was there As for me being a skate .......I can guarantee that no one hates the b*******s more than I do[/p][/quote]Fairplay ..apologies given and hopefully taken. warrens 76
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11:49am Fri 15 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

slugger wrote:
If i'm right , I suspect that Warrens 76 will not be meeting anyone at Newcastle .
Slugger I am at the Indigo hotel...there is apparantly a false poster Kent almost certainly who is putting nonsense about...

..I did post incorrectly re Saintsayer myself...I read it wrong, that's the problem with the internet what you read may have been written in a completely different spirit to how it is taken..

...plus I had come back from ski-ing after a hell of a lot of sherberts..

And you are more than welcome to share some more sherberts with bro and i at hotel Indigo, in Newcastle, 2/8 fenkle street..theres a name !
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: If i'm right , I suspect that Warrens 76 will not be meeting anyone at Newcastle .[/p][/quote]Slugger I am at the Indigo hotel...there is apparantly a false poster Kent almost certainly who is putting nonsense about... ..I did post incorrectly re Saintsayer myself...I read it wrong, that's the problem with the internet what you read may have been written in a completely different spirit to how it is taken.. ...plus I had come back from ski-ing after a hell of a lot of sherberts.. And you are more than welcome to share some more sherberts with bro and i at hotel Indigo, in Newcastle, 2/8 fenkle street..theres a name ! warrens 76
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