Schneiderlin signs new Saints deal

Morgan Schneiderlin

Morgan Schneiderlin

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Saints midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has signed a new contract at the club that runs until the summer of 2017.

The 23-year-old told the club's website: “I am a very happy man. To commit my future to Southampton is a big thing because this club has big ambitions – and I have big ambitions as well."

Schneiderlin joined Saints in 2008 from RC Strasbourg in a deal worth up to £1.2m.

The French player has made 185 appearances for the club, and is currently enjoying an impressive first season in the Premier League.

Saints manager Mauricio Pochettino added: "I am delighted that the club has been able to extend Morgan’s contract.

“During my short time with Southampton, Morgan has shown what a capable player he is and has demonstrated his potential to become one of the Premier League’s most complete midfielders."

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8:08pm Mon 25 Feb 13

anderoo says...

Fantastic news.....now for SRL, Adam Lallana, Luke Shaw, and a few others to commit long term. COYR's
Fantastic news.....now for SRL, Adam Lallana, Luke Shaw, and a few others to commit long term. COYR's anderoo
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8:09pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Good news.
Good news. OSPREYSAINT
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8:09pm Mon 25 Feb 13

saintkenny says...

great news one of the most consistant players in the premier league .not got much time for gary neville .but he said the same on sky .ht at the everton sky match
great news one of the most consistant players in the premier league .not got much time for gary neville .but he said the same on sky .ht at the everton sky match saintkenny
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8:10pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SaintMax says...

He would cost us £10m+ on the open market now and has improved immensely this season, especially the last 10 games. Hands off Wenger!!
He would cost us £10m+ on the open market now and has improved immensely this season, especially the last 10 games. Hands off Wenger!! SaintMax
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8:10pm Mon 25 Feb 13

letshaveabeer says...

Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon. letshaveabeer
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8:14pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Confucious says...

Very pleasing for fans - hope we let him know it on Saturday.
Very pleasing for fans - hope we let him know it on Saturday. Confucious
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8:24pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

I don't suppose we could have offered him a month by month contract, we could have saved a bob or two?
I don't suppose we could have offered him a month by month contract, we could have saved a bob or two? OSPREYSAINT
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8:24pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Puddletown Saint says...

Best signing yet. Now for the rest:

SRL an extra two years
Luke 5 year deal
Adam 5 year deal
Jack 5 year deal
Nath up his wages with a new deal

These will be the back bone of our squad on our march into Europe.

COYR and Spurs tonight !!!!!! Well done Bale
Best signing yet. Now for the rest: SRL an extra two years Luke 5 year deal Adam 5 year deal Jack 5 year deal Nath up his wages with a new deal These will be the back bone of our squad on our march into Europe. COYR and Spurs tonight !!!!!! Well done Bale Puddletown Saint
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8:24pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Puddletown Saint says...

Best signing yet. Now for the rest:

SRL an extra two years
Luke 5 year deal
Adam 5 year deal
Jack 5 year deal
Nath up his wages with a new deal

These will be the back bone of our squad on our march into Europe.

COYR and Spurs tonight !!!!!! Well done Bale
Best signing yet. Now for the rest: SRL an extra two years Luke 5 year deal Adam 5 year deal Jack 5 year deal Nath up his wages with a new deal These will be the back bone of our squad on our march into Europe. COYR and Spurs tonight !!!!!! Well done Bale Puddletown Saint
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8:25pm Mon 25 Feb 13

lambo83 says...

Excellent news, he has been outstanding this season a superb alround centre midfielder, even chipping in with some goals now.
Excellent news, he has been outstanding this season a superb alround centre midfielder, even chipping in with some goals now. lambo83
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8:25pm Mon 25 Feb 13

St Retford says...

Massive, massive news. Well done everyone!
Massive, massive news. Well done everyone! St Retford
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8:27pm Mon 25 Feb 13

SaintMax says...

Has anyone seen the fixtures this weekend? 3 points for us could be massive!
Has anyone seen the fixtures this weekend? 3 points for us could be massive! SaintMax
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8:50pm Mon 25 Feb 13

tonifitz says...

Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way!
Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way! tonifitz
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9:02pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Saint. says...

tonifitz wrote:
Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way!
AGREE!

Midfield maestro!!
[quote][p][bold]tonifitz[/bold] wrote: Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way![/p][/quote]AGREE! Midfield maestro!! Saint.
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9:03pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Confucious says...

letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
Heard Bundesliga side Runfuhr Toiletten are after him.
[quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]Heard Bundesliga side Runfuhr Toiletten are after him. Confucious
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9:15pm Mon 25 Feb 13

St Retford says...

He can be for us what Stevie G has been for Liverpool. Only he'll be doing it for a team on the up rather than papering over the cracks of one on their way down. I kind of forgot he doesn't have a song. Leave it with me!
He can be for us what Stevie G has been for Liverpool. Only he'll be doing it for a team on the up rather than papering over the cracks of one on their way down. I kind of forgot he doesn't have a song. Leave it with me! St Retford
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9:20pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill says...

tonifitz wrote:
Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way!
Simple is best (for I am very simple)

To the tune of the Pet Shop Boys - Go West

"Morgaaaan Morgan Schneiderlin....Morg
aaaan Morgan Schneiderlin..."

...and repeat and repeat etc.
[quote][p][bold]tonifitz[/bold] wrote: Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way![/p][/quote]Simple is best (for I am very simple) To the tune of the Pet Shop Boys - Go West "Morgaaaan Morgan Schneiderlin....Morg aaaan Morgan Schneiderlin..." ...and repeat and repeat etc. Baddesley Bill
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9:20pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Spuds are playing rubbish tonight Adebayor missed a sitter and WHU went up the other end and Joe Cole scored 2 1
Spuds are playing rubbish tonight Adebayor missed a sitter and WHU went up the other end and Joe Cole scored 2 1 OSPREYSAINT
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9:31pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Confucious wrote:
letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
Heard Bundesliga side Runfuhr Toiletten are after him.
They were after Danny Shittu too.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]Heard Bundesliga side Runfuhr Toiletten are after him.[/p][/quote]They were after Danny Shittu too. OSPREYSAINT
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9:34pm Mon 25 Feb 13

business-guru says...

letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
he will be off. wearing black and white next season.
[quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]he will be off. wearing black and white next season. business-guru
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9:36pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

2 2 a scrambled effort from sub Sigurdsson
2 2 a scrambled effort from sub Sigurdsson OSPREYSAINT
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9:40pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

business-guru wrote:
letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
he will be off. wearing black and white next season.
Fact?
[quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]he will be off. wearing black and white next season.[/p][/quote]Fact? OSPREYSAINT
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9:49pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bale again 3 2 a beauty.
Bale again 3 2 a beauty. OSPREYSAINT
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9:50pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Abbey Saint says...

Wet Spam fukt - and that's a fact
Wet Spam fukt - and that's a fact Abbey Saint
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9:53pm Mon 25 Feb 13

business-guru says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
business-guru wrote:
letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
he will be off. wearing black and white next season.
Fact?
how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign....
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]he will be off. wearing black and white next season.[/p][/quote]Fact?[/p][/quote]how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign.... business-guru
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9:59pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

3 2 FT we could catch WHU on Saturday if results go our way.
3 2 FT we could catch WHU on Saturday if results go our way. OSPREYSAINT
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10:03pm Mon 25 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

business-guru wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
business-guru wrote:
letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
he will be off. wearing black and white next season.
Fact?
how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign....
In that case we will have to get someone better.
[quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]he will be off. wearing black and white next season.[/p][/quote]Fact?[/p][/quote]how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign....[/p][/quote]In that case we will have to get someone better. OSPREYSAINT
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10:05pm Mon 25 Feb 13

business-guru says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
business-guru wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
business-guru wrote:
letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
he will be off. wearing black and white next season.
Fact?
how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign....
In that case we will have to get someone better.
thats the spirit ! indeed we shall !
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]he will be off. wearing black and white next season.[/p][/quote]Fact?[/p][/quote]how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign....[/p][/quote]In that case we will have to get someone better.[/p][/quote]thats the spirit ! indeed we shall ! business-guru
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10:09pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Saint 2701 says...

Absolutely fantastic news!

Player of the season by a country mile!

Wouldn't be surprised for him to get a French call up soon! Well done Morgan, you deserve it!!

COYR!!!
Absolutely fantastic news! Player of the season by a country mile! Wouldn't be surprised for him to get a French call up soon! Well done Morgan, you deserve it!! COYR!!! Saint 2701
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10:12pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Clever Dick says...

Great news on Spider. He's worth a fortune now (Around ten times the value of Skuntmouth) and I think he's getting forward more under MoPo so we can expect a few goals from him as well.Don't think there will be much news on Punch till we know where we will be next season. Be a shame for him to go for nothing but at least we've had value from him this season. He's had a very up and down career and he would be better of staying with us, but he's also a bit of a glory hunter and doesn't have the same team ethic that the rest of the side have.
Great news on Spider. He's worth a fortune now (Around ten times the value of Skuntmouth) and I think he's getting forward more under MoPo so we can expect a few goals from him as well.Don't think there will be much news on Punch till we know where we will be next season. Be a shame for him to go for nothing but at least we've had value from him this season. He's had a very up and down career and he would be better of staying with us, but he's also a bit of a glory hunter and doesn't have the same team ethic that the rest of the side have. Clever Dick
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10:28pm Mon 25 Feb 13

slugger says...

Nice one Morgan , you know it makes sense !
Nice one Morgan , you know it makes sense ! slugger
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10:28pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Lehman Bros Banker says...

At last the news we've all been waiting for. Morgan has really proved himself, so much so that I was getting concerned that Fergie would see him as a natural replacement for Michael Carrick. NC and MP can now work on identifying players to strengthen the squad for next season.
At last the news we've all been waiting for. Morgan has really proved himself, so much so that I was getting concerned that Fergie would see him as a natural replacement for Michael Carrick. NC and MP can now work on identifying players to strengthen the squad for next season. Lehman Bros Banker
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10:30pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Tony in Liberia says...

How about (to the tune of Spiderpig)

Schneiderlin Schneiderlin
Il est Francais Numbre Un*
Told the skates to fu(k their mum
Because he plays for Southampton
Morgan Schneiderlin

I expect royalties

*he is France's number one.

Or possibly it doesn't mean this; my French is as competent as Pompey's money-management skills :-)
How about (to the tune of Spiderpig) Schneiderlin Schneiderlin Il est Francais Numbre Un* Told the skates to fu(k their mum Because he plays for Southampton Morgan Schneiderlin I expect royalties *he is France's number one. Or possibly it doesn't mean this; my French is as competent as Pompey's money-management skills :-) Tony in Liberia
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10:50pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Next season we will have a sound team of international players.
Boruc, Clyne, Maya, Forren, Shaw, Lallana, Spider, Cork, Bale or Puncheon, Lambert and Gastón.
Loving being a Saints fan!
Next season we will have a sound team of international players. Boruc, Clyne, Maya, Forren, Shaw, Lallana, Spider, Cork, Bale or Puncheon, Lambert and Gastón. Loving being a Saints fan! Norwegian Saint
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11:06pm Mon 25 Feb 13

mustard says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
tonifitz wrote:
Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way!
Simple is best (for I am very simple)

To the tune of the Pet Shop Boys - Go West

"Morgaaaan Morgan Schneiderlin....Morg

aaaan Morgan Schneiderlin..."

...and repeat and repeat etc.
keeping it simple, to the tune of "nigel give us a wave"

Morgan Schneiderlin, Morgan Morgan Schneiderlin...etc.

Also, I think we should buy Bale back now !!!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tonifitz[/bold] wrote: Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way![/p][/quote]Simple is best (for I am very simple) To the tune of the Pet Shop Boys - Go West "Morgaaaan Morgan Schneiderlin....Morg aaaan Morgan Schneiderlin..." ...and repeat and repeat etc.[/p][/quote]keeping it simple, to the tune of "nigel give us a wave" Morgan Schneiderlin, Morgan Morgan Schneiderlin...etc. Also, I think we should buy Bale back now !!! mustard
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11:22pm Mon 25 Feb 13

slugger says...

mustard wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
tonifitz wrote:
Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way!
Simple is best (for I am very simple)

To the tune of the Pet Shop Boys - Go West

"Morgaaaan Morgan Schneiderlin....Morg


aaaan Morgan Schneiderlin..."

...and repeat and repeat etc.
keeping it simple, to the tune of "nigel give us a wave"

Morgan Schneiderlin, Morgan Morgan Schneiderlin...etc.

Also, I think we should buy Bale back now !!!
To the tune of "my old man's a dustman"............
Morgan is a Frenchman,he fcucking hates Pompey,
he saw the shirt of red and white and said"that's the one for me",
If pardew comes a knocking this is what he'll say,
I love it here in Southampton so you can keep your wayayay !
[quote][p][bold]mustard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tonifitz[/bold] wrote: Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way![/p][/quote]Simple is best (for I am very simple) To the tune of the Pet Shop Boys - Go West "Morgaaaan Morgan Schneiderlin....Morg aaaan Morgan Schneiderlin..." ...and repeat and repeat etc.[/p][/quote]keeping it simple, to the tune of "nigel give us a wave" Morgan Schneiderlin, Morgan Morgan Schneiderlin...etc. Also, I think we should buy Bale back now !!![/p][/quote]To the tune of "my old man's a dustman"............ Morgan is a Frenchman,he fcucking hates Pompey, he saw the shirt of red and white and said"that's the one for me", If pardew comes a knocking this is what he'll say, I love it here in Southampton so you can keep your wayayay ! slugger
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11:34pm Mon 25 Feb 13

forever a saint says...

to the tune of spiderman


spiderman spiderman
we love morgan schneiderlin
with his feet or his head
he leaves midfielders for dead
oh yeah we love schneiderlinnnnnnnnn


COYS
to the tune of spiderman spiderman spiderman we love morgan schneiderlin with his feet or his head he leaves midfielders for dead oh yeah we love schneiderlinnnnnnnnn COYS forever a saint
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1:07am Tue 26 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Great news. The odd thing is, outside of Alsace, most French footy fans haven't heard of him; and the ones I've spoken to all reckon they have plenty of world class centre midfield players already.

It's the same with wine (No, French wine ISN'T necessarily better than all the others), it's the same with cheese (No, France isn't the only place in the world that makes good cheese) and it's the same with Spiderman (No, you don't have any centre mids who are better than Morgan). I've tried putting them right, but once a Frenchman gets an idea in his head, he's too stubborn to change his mind.

How long before he's eligible for England?
Great news. The odd thing is, outside of Alsace, most French footy fans haven't heard of him; and the ones I've spoken to all reckon they have plenty of world class centre midfield players already. It's the same with wine (No, French wine ISN'T necessarily better than all the others), it's the same with cheese (No, France isn't the only place in the world that makes good cheese) and it's the same with Spiderman (No, you don't have any centre mids who are better than Morgan). I've tried putting them right, but once a Frenchman gets an idea in his head, he's too stubborn to change his mind. How long before he's eligible for England? Strasbourg Saint
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1:23am Tue 26 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Songs? We need something French.

Either to the tune of:
1. Je t'aime (Of course you know it - Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin) or
2. Je regrette rein (Edith Piaf).

1. (as though you're as drunk as Gainsbourg always was)
La, la, la, la, laaaaa, la, la, la, la, laaaaa
La, la, la, la, laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
(same tune) Mor-GAN Schnei-der-LIN, Mor-GAN Schnei-der-LIN, Mor-GAN Schnei-der-LIN (etc.)

2. (with ridiculous Piafesque French accent)

Nooooooooooon, Spiderman,
Nooooooooooon, we love Spiderman,
(higher) Nooooooooon, Spiderman,
(higher still) Noooooooooooon, Spiderman.

Breathe ....... and again!

C'est très simple, non?
Songs? We need something French. Either to the tune of: 1. Je t'aime (Of course you know it - Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin) or 2. Je regrette rein (Edith Piaf). 1. (as though you're as drunk as Gainsbourg always was) La, la, la, la, laaaaa, la, la, la, la, laaaaa La, la, la, la, laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa (same tune) Mor-GAN Schnei-der-LIN, Mor-GAN Schnei-der-LIN, Mor-GAN Schnei-der-LIN (etc.) 2. (with ridiculous Piafesque French accent) Nooooooooooon, Spiderman, Nooooooooooon, we love Spiderman, (higher) Nooooooooon, Spiderman, (higher still) Noooooooooooon, Spiderman. Breathe ....... and again! C'est très simple, non? Strasbourg Saint
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4:30am Tue 26 Feb 13

Galapagos Saint says...

To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring":

Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la
He plays for the greatest football team
To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring": Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la He plays for the greatest football team Galapagos Saint
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4:33am Tue 26 Feb 13

Galapagos Saint says...

To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring":

Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la
He plays for the greatest football team
To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring": Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la He plays for the greatest football team Galapagos Saint
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7:04am Tue 26 Feb 13

Velleity says...

Galapagos Saint wrote:
To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring":

Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la
He plays for the greatest football team
Nooooooo! Utterly unoriginal, and I've been disappointed to hear it. Footy songs shouldn't be stolen from other teams and just the name changed.

No, to the tune of "Spiderman"

Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin,
Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin,
Look out! Here comes the Schneiderlin.
[quote][p][bold]Galapagos Saint[/bold] wrote: To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring": Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la He plays for the greatest football team[/p][/quote]Nooooooo! Utterly unoriginal, and I've been disappointed to hear it. Footy songs shouldn't be stolen from other teams and just the name changed. No, to the tune of "Spiderman" Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin, Look out! Here comes the Schneiderlin. Velleity
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7:06am Tue 26 Feb 13

Velleity says...

And back on the story, I actually had goose bumps when I read the headline. GREAT news!
And back on the story, I actually had goose bumps when I read the headline. GREAT news! Velleity
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8:03am Tue 26 Feb 13

Dubai-saints89 says...

Tony in Liberia wrote:
How about (to the tune of Spiderpig)

Schneiderlin Schneiderlin
Il est Francais Numbre Un*
Told the skates to fu(k their mum
Because he plays for Southampton
Morgan Schneiderlin

I expect royalties

*he is France's number one.

Or possibly it doesn't mean this; my French is as competent as Pompey's money-management skills :-)
hahah brilliant! i like it..
[quote][p][bold]Tony in Liberia[/bold] wrote: How about (to the tune of Spiderpig) Schneiderlin Schneiderlin Il est Francais Numbre Un* Told the skates to fu(k their mum Because he plays for Southampton Morgan Schneiderlin I expect royalties *he is France's number one. Or possibly it doesn't mean this; my French is as competent as Pompey's money-management skills :-)[/p][/quote]hahah brilliant! i like it.. Dubai-saints89
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8:03am Tue 26 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Velleity wrote:
Galapagos Saint wrote:
To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring":

Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la
He plays for the greatest football team
Nooooooo! Utterly unoriginal, and I've been disappointed to hear it. Footy songs shouldn't be stolen from other teams and just the name changed.

No, to the tune of "Spiderman"

Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin,
Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin,
Look out! Here comes the Schneiderlin.
Or, keeping it French (et simple), to Les Marseillaise:

La, la, la, la, la. Morgan Schneiderlin
La, la, la, la, laaaaa, Spiderman etc.....
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Galapagos Saint[/bold] wrote: To the tune of Boney M's "Brown girl in the ring": Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la Morgan Schneiderlin oooh la la la la He plays for the greatest football team[/p][/quote]Nooooooo! Utterly unoriginal, and I've been disappointed to hear it. Footy songs shouldn't be stolen from other teams and just the name changed. No, to the tune of "Spiderman" Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, Schneiderlin, his name is Morgan Schneiderlin, Look out! Here comes the Schneiderlin.[/p][/quote]Or, keeping it French (et simple), to Les Marseillaise: La, la, la, la, la. Morgan Schneiderlin La, la, la, la, laaaaa, Spiderman etc..... Strasbourg Saint
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8:08am Tue 26 Feb 13

Dubai-saints89 says...

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=H7rhMqTQ4
WI

this is the most popular song is France right now and its bloody catchy, could play around with the chorus. its sung by a French Algerian called..... 'khaled -c'est la vie'
http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=H7rhMqTQ4 WI this is the most popular song is France right now and its bloody catchy, could play around with the chorus. its sung by a French Algerian called..... 'khaled -c'est la vie' Dubai-saints89
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8:26am Tue 26 Feb 13

Sally Hamilton Original says...

Great news! Now stop scoring do we can win games Morgan! ;0)
Great news! Now stop scoring do we can win games Morgan! ;0) Sally Hamilton Original
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8:40am Tue 26 Feb 13

Sainty saint saint says...

tonifitz wrote:
Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way!
Give me an 'S'..........
[quote][p][bold]tonifitz[/bold] wrote: Fantastic news, so rare for him to have an off game, we need some clever person to come up with a song for him now, reckon he deserves to hear his name sung from the terraces after 4 years great service with another 4 on the way![/p][/quote]Give me an 'S'.......... Sainty saint saint
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8:41am Tue 26 Feb 13

Sainty saint saint says...

business-guru wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
business-guru wrote:
letshaveabeer wrote:
Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.
he will be off. wearing black and white next season.
Fact?
how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign....
This from the fella who, when the rumour came out about NA being sacked, stated it was categorically not true and NA won't be going anywhere? I think I'll take your statements with a lovely big old pinch of salt!
[quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]letshaveabeer[/bold] wrote: Good news. Interesting still nothing for puncheon.[/p][/quote]he will be off. wearing black and white next season.[/p][/quote]Fact?[/p][/quote]how can it be ? the transfer window is closed ! All that is allowed at the moment are "informal" agreements between 3rd parties that would lead to a player not signing a new contract. But it does not take a rocket scientist to work out what it going on with JP and his "contract talks".He can walk away and his new club can thus afford to offer him a fantastic 2-4 year deal. The chatter I am hearing suggests the obvious is indeed about to unfold. A shame, I rate him highly. I would love him to stay but I don't think he will sign....[/p][/quote]This from the fella who, when the rumour came out about NA being sacked, stated it was categorically not true and NA won't be going anywhere? I think I'll take your statements with a lovely big old pinch of salt! Sainty saint saint
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8:50am Tue 26 Feb 13

under the tap says...

Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole
Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole under the tap
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9:01am Tue 26 Feb 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

So where are the EXPERTS who said that this lad wouldn't be able to do it at prem level, now?
I seem to recall a number of these existed last season.
I said that he will become a force for us, this has come to fruition now, certainly aided by the fantastic help from Corky since his return from injury.
This and Pochettino's attacking game allows him to get further forward.
This now improving his goal scorring.
Future France player,future Saints captain.
COYS
So where are the EXPERTS who said that this lad wouldn't be able to do it at prem level, now? I seem to recall a number of these existed last season. I said that he will become a force for us, this has come to fruition now, certainly aided by the fantastic help from Corky since his return from injury. This and Pochettino's attacking game allows him to get further forward. This now improving his goal scorring. Future France player,future Saints captain. COYS SFCOLDBOY
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9:04am Tue 26 Feb 13

george chivers says...

under the tap wrote:
Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole
The Mail frequently says, the government, under the leadership of Cameron is doing a good job.
[quote][p][bold]under the tap[/bold] wrote: Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole[/p][/quote]The Mail frequently says, the government, under the leadership of Cameron is doing a good job. george chivers
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9:06am Tue 26 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

Dubai-saints89 wrote:
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=H7rhMqTQ4

WI

this is the most popular song is France right now and its bloody catchy, could play around with the chorus. its sung by a French Algerian called..... 'khaled -c'est la vie'
Ah yes, Khaled. He's been around for years and done stuff with many of the top stars in France (U2 as well, I think).

He must be in his 50s by now and this could well be his biggest hit ever.

Living proof that there's hope for all of us.
[quote][p][bold]Dubai-saints89[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=H7rhMqTQ4 WI this is the most popular song is France right now and its bloody catchy, could play around with the chorus. its sung by a French Algerian called..... 'khaled -c'est la vie'[/p][/quote]Ah yes, Khaled. He's been around for years and done stuff with many of the top stars in France (U2 as well, I think). He must be in his 50s by now and this could well be his biggest hit ever. Living proof that there's hope for all of us. Strasbourg Saint
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9:07am Tue 26 Feb 13

St.Yorkie says...

This is great news Morgan is really adapting to life at the top level!
One of our most consistent players for the past couple of seasons. Almost the best deal this season.
This is great news Morgan is really adapting to life at the top level! One of our most consistent players for the past couple of seasons. Almost the best deal this season. St.Yorkie
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9:15am Tue 26 Feb 13

TheSaintsMan says...

This is truly fantastic as Morgan is one of our best players. He and Jack Cork are one of the best midfield partnerships in the Premier League.
This is truly fantastic as Morgan is one of our best players. He and Jack Cork are one of the best midfield partnerships in the Premier League. TheSaintsMan
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9:39am Tue 26 Feb 13

St Retford says...

george chivers wrote:
under the tap wrote:
Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole
The Mail frequently says, the government, under the leadership of Cameron is doing a good job.
Good point well made.
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]under the tap[/bold] wrote: Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole[/p][/quote]The Mail frequently says, the government, under the leadership of Cameron is doing a good job.[/p][/quote]Good point well made. St Retford
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9:55am Tue 26 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

This is significant, firstly because he is an absolute foundation stone in the team. Secondly it shows that Cortese is on the ball and that the club is capable of keeping it's key players.

Now it makes me wonder why Puncheon hasn't been sorted out. I'm thinking Punch (or some greedy agents) may be asking for too much, he's valuable but not irreplaceable.

Anyway getting back to the story, Schneiderlin will see great success with this club. It was a good decision.
This is significant, firstly because he is an absolute foundation stone in the team. Secondly it shows that Cortese is on the ball and that the club is capable of keeping it's key players. Now it makes me wonder why Puncheon hasn't been sorted out. I'm thinking Punch (or some greedy agents) may be asking for too much, he's valuable but not irreplaceable. Anyway getting back to the story, Schneiderlin will see great success with this club. It was a good decision. Alicesdad
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12:08pm Tue 26 Feb 13

right back in the bar says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
So where are the EXPERTS who said that this lad wouldn't be able to do it at prem level, now?
I seem to recall a number of these existed last season.
I said that he will become a force for us, this has come to fruition now, certainly aided by the fantastic help from Corky since his return from injury.
This and Pochettino's attacking game allows him to get further forward.
This now improving his goal scorring.
Future France player,future Saints captain.
COYS
Not me I was on here when there was a period under NA in L1 and the Championship when Spider was contesting the place with Chaplow to play alongside Hammond. I said then that the gulf in class was huge and so it proved (in fairness to NA he ended up never leaving him out). Spider is real quality, first name on the team sheet, player of the season, and Saints legend in the making.
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: So where are the EXPERTS who said that this lad wouldn't be able to do it at prem level, now? I seem to recall a number of these existed last season. I said that he will become a force for us, this has come to fruition now, certainly aided by the fantastic help from Corky since his return from injury. This and Pochettino's attacking game allows him to get further forward. This now improving his goal scorring. Future France player,future Saints captain. COYS[/p][/quote]Not me I was on here when there was a period under NA in L1 and the Championship when Spider was contesting the place with Chaplow to play alongside Hammond. I said then that the gulf in class was huge and so it proved (in fairness to NA he ended up never leaving him out). Spider is real quality, first name on the team sheet, player of the season, and Saints legend in the making. right back in the bar
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12:47pm Tue 26 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

St Retford wrote:
george chivers wrote:
under the tap wrote:
Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole
The Mail frequently says, the government, under the leadership of Cameron is doing a good job.
Good point well made.
The government are spineless....one should not confuse the failure of conservatives to 'get a grip' with Labour being the solution..

..they caused this blöödy mess...

..in effect they did a portsmouthwith future generations money, to win votes and load the country with state dependant voters...

...bit like paying to win the fa cup with no regard for tomorrow!

Nonetheless Shaw will not be going anywhere IMO.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]under the tap[/bold] wrote: Mail today says Chelsea confident on getting Luke Shaw to carry on from Cole[/p][/quote]The Mail frequently says, the government, under the leadership of Cameron is doing a good job.[/p][/quote]Good point well made.[/p][/quote]The government are spineless....one should not confuse the failure of conservatives to 'get a grip' with Labour being the solution.. ..they caused this blöödy mess... ..in effect they did a portsmouthwith future generations money, to win votes and load the country with state dependant voters... ...bit like paying to win the fa cup with no regard for tomorrow! Nonetheless Shaw will not be going anywhere IMO. warrens 76
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12:57pm Tue 26 Feb 13

Ben Durutti says...

Great news. Morgan has got better as we have climbed the football pyramid anf yes his own song would be superb!
Great news. Morgan has got better as we have climbed the football pyramid anf yes his own song would be superb! Ben Durutti
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12:59pm Tue 26 Feb 13

Ben Durutti says...

And I keep forgetting he is still only 23!
And I keep forgetting he is still only 23! Ben Durutti
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1:10pm Tue 26 Feb 13

mushrooms says...

I think that Morgan is nearly as good a footballer as Bale.
I think that Morgan is nearly as good a footballer as Bale. mushrooms
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3:45pm Tue 26 Feb 13

CB FRY LIVES says...

Alicesdad wrote:
This is significant, firstly because he is an absolute foundation stone in the team. Secondly it shows that Cortese is on the ball and that the club is capable of keeping it's key players.

Now it makes me wonder why Puncheon hasn't been sorted out. I'm thinking Punch (or some greedy agents) may be asking for too much, he's valuable but not irreplaceable.

Anyway getting back to the story, Schneiderlin will see great success with this club. It was a good decision.
GOOD POST.MORGAN HAS BEEN A GREAT SERVANT OF THE CLUB AND HE HAS BEEN BRILLIANT THIS SEASON.wENGER HAS BEEN A LONG TIME ADMIRER SO IT IS REALLY GOOD NEWS THAT THE PLAYER HAS COMMITTED HIMSELF TO SOUTHAMPTON.
the puncheon scenario is puzzling either the club or the player or as you say probably a greedy agent are holding out. .puncheon has been at his best and should be kept on if possible but as you say he is not irreplacable like say rickie,luke ,adam or corky.
I know you can't turn back the clock but it would have been great if we could have held on to nathan dyer.we got next to nothing for him from swansea and he was brilliant at wembley on sunday.dave merrington who is a good judge of a player always reckoned that he was as good as walcott during their time at the club.Dyer would be a great replacement for punch if he decides he wants off.i know the swans are in europe next season but who knows.Nicola C put in a cheeky bid for Theo last summer and maybe he will do the same for dyer this summer.at the end of the day SOUTHAMPTON are a bigger club than swansea.
COYR
[quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: This is significant, firstly because he is an absolute foundation stone in the team. Secondly it shows that Cortese is on the ball and that the club is capable of keeping it's key players. Now it makes me wonder why Puncheon hasn't been sorted out. I'm thinking Punch (or some greedy agents) may be asking for too much, he's valuable but not irreplaceable. Anyway getting back to the story, Schneiderlin will see great success with this club. It was a good decision.[/p][/quote]GOOD POST.MORGAN HAS BEEN A GREAT SERVANT OF THE CLUB AND HE HAS BEEN BRILLIANT THIS SEASON.wENGER HAS BEEN A LONG TIME ADMIRER SO IT IS REALLY GOOD NEWS THAT THE PLAYER HAS COMMITTED HIMSELF TO SOUTHAMPTON. the puncheon scenario is puzzling either the club or the player or as you say probably a greedy agent are holding out. .puncheon has been at his best and should be kept on if possible but as you say he is not irreplacable like say rickie,luke ,adam or corky. I know you can't turn back the clock but it would have been great if we could have held on to nathan dyer.we got next to nothing for him from swansea and he was brilliant at wembley on sunday.dave merrington who is a good judge of a player always reckoned that he was as good as walcott during their time at the club.Dyer would be a great replacement for punch if he decides he wants off.i know the swans are in europe next season but who knows.Nicola C put in a cheeky bid for Theo last summer and maybe he will do the same for dyer this summer.at the end of the day SOUTHAMPTON are a bigger club than swansea. COYR CB FRY LIVES
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4:42pm Tue 26 Feb 13

warrens 76 says...

mushrooms wrote:
I think that Morgan is nearly as good a footballer as Bale.
Mushrooms are fun-guys...Bale has done absolutely amazing..what a shame we had the dark lord instead of NC and co...imagine if we could have kept Walcott and Bale...added to our squad..woo woo.

..the Ox had too much skunt dna for my liking...

Stll the future is a foreign land...and we have those as well.
[quote][p][bold]mushrooms[/bold] wrote: I think that Morgan is nearly as good a footballer as Bale.[/p][/quote]Mushrooms are fun-guys...Bale has done absolutely amazing..what a shame we had the dark lord instead of NC and co...imagine if we could have kept Walcott and Bale...added to our squad..woo woo. ..the Ox had too much skunt dna for my liking... Stll the future is a foreign land...and we have those as well. warrens 76
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4:52pm Tue 26 Feb 13

right back in the bar says...

CB FRY LIVES wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
This is significant, firstly because he is an absolute foundation stone in the team. Secondly it shows that Cortese is on the ball and that the club is capable of keeping it's key players.

Now it makes me wonder why Puncheon hasn't been sorted out. I'm thinking Punch (or some greedy agents) may be asking for too much, he's valuable but not irreplaceable.

Anyway getting back to the story, Schneiderlin will see great success with this club. It was a good decision.
GOOD POST.MORGAN HAS BEEN A GREAT SERVANT OF THE CLUB AND HE HAS BEEN BRILLIANT THIS SEASON.wENGER HAS BEEN A LONG TIME ADMIRER SO IT IS REALLY GOOD NEWS THAT THE PLAYER HAS COMMITTED HIMSELF TO SOUTHAMPTON.
the puncheon scenario is puzzling either the club or the player or as you say probably a greedy agent are holding out. .puncheon has been at his best and should be kept on if possible but as you say he is not irreplacable like say rickie,luke ,adam or corky.
I know you can't turn back the clock but it would have been great if we could have held on to nathan dyer.we got next to nothing for him from swansea and he was brilliant at wembley on sunday.dave merrington who is a good judge of a player always reckoned that he was as good as walcott during their time at the club.Dyer would be a great replacement for punch if he decides he wants off.i know the swans are in europe next season but who knows.Nicola C put in a cheeky bid for Theo last summer and maybe he will do the same for dyer this summer.at the end of the day SOUTHAMPTON are a bigger club than swansea.
COYR
would not be keen on having Dyer back at the football club - too many character flaws in my opinion
[quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alicesdad[/bold] wrote: This is significant, firstly because he is an absolute foundation stone in the team. Secondly it shows that Cortese is on the ball and that the club is capable of keeping it's key players. Now it makes me wonder why Puncheon hasn't been sorted out. I'm thinking Punch (or some greedy agents) may be asking for too much, he's valuable but not irreplaceable. Anyway getting back to the story, Schneiderlin will see great success with this club. It was a good decision.[/p][/quote]GOOD POST.MORGAN HAS BEEN A GREAT SERVANT OF THE CLUB AND HE HAS BEEN BRILLIANT THIS SEASON.wENGER HAS BEEN A LONG TIME ADMIRER SO IT IS REALLY GOOD NEWS THAT THE PLAYER HAS COMMITTED HIMSELF TO SOUTHAMPTON. the puncheon scenario is puzzling either the club or the player or as you say probably a greedy agent are holding out. .puncheon has been at his best and should be kept on if possible but as you say he is not irreplacable like say rickie,luke ,adam or corky. I know you can't turn back the clock but it would have been great if we could have held on to nathan dyer.we got next to nothing for him from swansea and he was brilliant at wembley on sunday.dave merrington who is a good judge of a player always reckoned that he was as good as walcott during their time at the club.Dyer would be a great replacement for punch if he decides he wants off.i know the swans are in europe next season but who knows.Nicola C put in a cheeky bid for Theo last summer and maybe he will do the same for dyer this summer.at the end of the day SOUTHAMPTON are a bigger club than swansea. COYR[/p][/quote]would not be keen on having Dyer back at the football club - too many character flaws in my opinion right back in the bar
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5:17pm Tue 26 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

I wonder if any other Premier or major foreign Club has ever approached SFC with an enquiry about a possible transfer for Spider?
I wonder if any other Premier or major foreign Club has ever approached SFC with an enquiry about a possible transfer for Spider? OSPREYSAINT
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9:27am Wed 27 Feb 13

Alicesdad says...

NIGEL ADKINS
NIGEL ADKINS Alicesdad
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