Poch backs injured pair to train

Daily Echo: Luke Shaw battles for a high ball with Bacary Sagna. Luke Shaw battles for a high ball with Bacary Sagna.

Mauricio Pochettino was hopeful that both Dejan Lovren and Luke Shaw would be fit to take part in training today.

Centre-half Lovren, who has been a revelation this season, missed the trip to Arsenal after becoming unwell.

Left-back Shaw was forced off at half-time at the Emirates Stadium following an injury he picked up while making an important tackle on Olivier Giroud.

The 18-year-old, who appeared to be holding his left thigh, required treatment, but was able to carry on playing until the interval.

Pochettino said: “Dejan Lovren had a really bad night. Hopefully he’s going to be back and fit 100 per cent for Monday.

“Also, we will need to analyse how Luke Shaw is doing, because in the first half he received a very strong knock on his leg.

“Hopefully the two of them will be back and ready for Monday.”

The Saints manager also revealed that he substituted captain Adam Lallana early in the second half as the midfielder was suffering from the effects of a knock picked up on international duty.

“Adam played two games with the national side and, after that, he was struggling a little bit physically,” explained Pochettino.

“There was a certain moment in the (first) game against Chile where he opened up his legs and I think that caused him some pain, and he was feeling that pain.

“There’s many games coming up, so we have to be careful with how we use our players – not just him, but a few of our other players we need to be careful how we manage the amount of games that we have ahead.”

Although Lallana suffered the problem in the first of the two England friendly matches that he started, Pochettino waved away any suggestions that he might have been unhappy at Roy Hodgson using the player for the subsequent game against Germany.

“No, I don’t want any type of controversy with anyone,” he said.

“I’m very happy that he was part of the English national side, I’m very happy for him.

“We just thought in the second half he was struggling physically, and that’s why we made the decision to change him.”

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9:27am Mon 25 Nov 13

donni1437 says...

Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy.

Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?
Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy. Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team? donni1437
  • Score: 14

9:40am Mon 25 Nov 13

Egomaniac says...

donni1437 wrote:
Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy.

Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?
Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?
[quote][p][bold]donni1437[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy. Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?[/p][/quote]Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular? Egomaniac
  • Score: 3

10:19am Mon 25 Nov 13

Confucious says...

Egomaniac wrote:
donni1437 wrote:
Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy.

Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?
Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?
They were chanting yesterday for Boas to be sacked and 'arry to be brought back.
[quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]donni1437[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy. Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?[/p][/quote]Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?[/p][/quote]They were chanting yesterday for Boas to be sacked and 'arry to be brought back. Confucious
  • Score: 0

10:45am Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

On Sky the verdict was it was a penalty for a shirt pull but pointed out that at the same time of Fontes shirt pulling, Giroud was doing the same to Hoover!
On Sky the verdict was it was a penalty for a shirt pull but pointed out that at the same time of Fontes shirt pulling, Giroud was doing the same to Hoover! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 7

10:54am Mon 25 Nov 13

terrence77 says...

I was at the Emirats Saturday Boruc made a mistake but he's a very good goal lets focus on the next game and move on ! I usually laugh at fan banter like when we played Swansea and the Saint fans were singing he stole from the skate to Nathan Dyer which is funny because is true ! but Saturday the Arsenal were singing they smell like fish because they live by the sea still funny even my missus laugh ! but then the Saint fans start to sing you smell like couscous and I was like wtf !
I was at the Emirats Saturday Boruc made a mistake but he's a very good goal lets focus on the next game and move on ! I usually laugh at fan banter like when we played Swansea and the Saint fans were singing he stole from the skate to Nathan Dyer which is funny because is true ! but Saturday the Arsenal were singing they smell like fish because they live by the sea still funny even my missus laugh ! but then the Saint fans start to sing you smell like couscous and I was like wtf ! terrence77
  • Score: 0

11:04am Mon 25 Nov 13

Clever Dick says...

Egomaniac wrote:
donni1437 wrote:
Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy.

Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?
Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?
The Skunts are wetting themselves over the prospect of Poch going to the Spuds. Forunately for us the only thing they are good at these days is dreaming.
[quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]donni1437[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy. Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?[/p][/quote]Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?[/p][/quote]The Skunts are wetting themselves over the prospect of Poch going to the Spuds. Forunately for us the only thing they are good at these days is dreaming. Clever Dick
  • Score: 7

3:40pm Mon 25 Nov 13

TIL 7468 says...

Ward Prowse did a great job at right back. I think January should be the time to promote a couple more youth prospects. Chambers in particular.
Ward Prowse did a great job at right back. I think January should be the time to promote a couple more youth prospects. Chambers in particular. TIL 7468
  • Score: 8

3:44pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Egomaniac wrote:
donni1437 wrote:
Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy.

Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?
Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?
The Skunts are wetting themselves over the prospect of Poch going to the Spuds. Forunately for us the only thing they are good at these days is dreaming.
I didn't think they cared! Give one good reason for Poch to move at the moment, only stupid money I guess.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]donni1437[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy. Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?[/p][/quote]Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?[/p][/quote]The Skunts are wetting themselves over the prospect of Poch going to the Spuds. Forunately for us the only thing they are good at these days is dreaming.[/p][/quote]I didn't think they cared! Give one good reason for Poch to move at the moment, only stupid money I guess. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 5

3:44pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Costa Baz says...

Glad Shaw's injury is due to a knock. When it happened. I thought it was a muscle problem. Get him back for Saturday so Chelsea can have a close look at what they missed out on.
Hope Cole plays for them, as he looked decidedly uncomfortable, when being pressed by Chile, last week.
Glad Shaw's injury is due to a knock. When it happened. I thought it was a muscle problem. Get him back for Saturday so Chelsea can have a close look at what they missed out on. Hope Cole plays for them, as he looked decidedly uncomfortable, when being pressed by Chile, last week. Costa Baz
  • Score: 5

4:18pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Buddy SFC says...

MOPO isn't going anywhere unless NC does !
MOPO isn't going anywhere unless NC does ! Buddy SFC
  • Score: 3

4:47pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Buddy SFC says...

Spurs after MoPo and Manc Utd after Wanyama ................
Spurs after MoPo and Manc Utd after Wanyama ................ Buddy SFC
  • Score: 0

4:48pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Malcombe says...

M P is a Argentinian but Spanish Latin thinker, I returned from Spain this year after 12 years and Spanish tradition is they are very loyal and always live as tight knit families hence his imposing philosophy on the Saints Team, he's sold on making Southampton FC a top team along with Nicola Cotese and he will not go anywhere especially as he's only just started his vision, money will not tempt him only falling out with N C would he ever consider leaving, loyalty means everything to M P and that includes all his Players, it's obvious that because he's improved Saints Players other Clubs could be wanting him but he's very intelligent and knows he hasn't achieved anything yet except he's loved by the Chairman, the Staff and the Players and they love him and he'll be at Southampton FC for several years like Sir Alex at Man U
M P is a Argentinian but Spanish Latin thinker, I returned from Spain this year after 12 years and Spanish tradition is they are very loyal and always live as tight knit families hence his imposing philosophy on the Saints Team, he's sold on making Southampton FC a top team along with Nicola Cotese and he will not go anywhere especially as he's only just started his vision, money will not tempt him only falling out with N C would he ever consider leaving, loyalty means everything to M P and that includes all his Players, it's obvious that because he's improved Saints Players other Clubs could be wanting him but he's very intelligent and knows he hasn't achieved anything yet except he's loved by the Chairman, the Staff and the Players and they love him and he'll be at Southampton FC for several years like Sir Alex at Man U Malcombe
  • Score: 7

5:24pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Clever Dick says...

Malcombe wrote:
M P is a Argentinian but Spanish Latin thinker, I returned from Spain this year after 12 years and Spanish tradition is they are very loyal and always live as tight knit families hence his imposing philosophy on the Saints Team, he's sold on making Southampton FC a top team along with Nicola Cotese and he will not go anywhere especially as he's only just started his vision, money will not tempt him only falling out with N C would he ever consider leaving, loyalty means everything to M P and that includes all his Players, it's obvious that because he's improved Saints Players other Clubs could be wanting him but he's very intelligent and knows he hasn't achieved anything yet except he's loved by the Chairman, the Staff and the Players and they love him and he'll be at Southampton FC for several years like Sir Alex at Man U
I agree. Everything he has said so far points to him staying for the long term and I would think he and Nicola are looking long term.
[quote][p][bold]Malcombe[/bold] wrote: M P is a Argentinian but Spanish Latin thinker, I returned from Spain this year after 12 years and Spanish tradition is they are very loyal and always live as tight knit families hence his imposing philosophy on the Saints Team, he's sold on making Southampton FC a top team along with Nicola Cotese and he will not go anywhere especially as he's only just started his vision, money will not tempt him only falling out with N C would he ever consider leaving, loyalty means everything to M P and that includes all his Players, it's obvious that because he's improved Saints Players other Clubs could be wanting him but he's very intelligent and knows he hasn't achieved anything yet except he's loved by the Chairman, the Staff and the Players and they love him and he'll be at Southampton FC for several years like Sir Alex at Man U[/p][/quote]I agree. Everything he has said so far points to him staying for the long term and I would think he and Nicola are looking long term. Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

5:31pm Mon 25 Nov 13

donni1437 says...

Confucious wrote:
Egomaniac wrote:
donni1437 wrote:
Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy.

Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?
Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?
They were chanting yesterday for Boas to be sacked and 'arry to be brought back.
A couple of sites are running a non-story saying spuds are looking to replace AVB with Poch, It'll never happen
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]donni1437[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear both should be back training. We're coming into the stage of the season that'll make or break us and need everyone fit and healthy. Spurs can jog on if they think they can steal Poch from us. Why would he leave for a lesser team?[/p][/quote]Interesting! Have i missed something - has there been mention of Spurs looking for a new manager, and MC in particular?[/p][/quote]They were chanting yesterday for Boas to be sacked and 'arry to be brought back.[/p][/quote]A couple of sites are running a non-story saying spuds are looking to replace AVB with Poch, It'll never happen donni1437
  • Score: 2

5:33pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Clever Dick says...

Buddy SFC wrote:
Spurs after MoPo and Manc Utd after Wanyama ................
Looks like we got a great deal on Victor then. On the unlikely scenario that NC let's him go we can expect a huge fee. Something over 25 mil methinks. Or we could try for a swap deal. What's that Van Persie like? Maybe Victor plus 5 mil plus a sell on clause and Manure might have an outside chance of getting him. Or then again NC might tell them to f-off. That'd be funny but guess we had better strap ourselves in for the expected onslaught for our players in January.
[quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: Spurs after MoPo and Manc Utd after Wanyama ................[/p][/quote]Looks like we got a great deal on Victor then. On the unlikely scenario that NC let's him go we can expect a huge fee. Something over 25 mil methinks. Or we could try for a swap deal. What's that Van Persie like? Maybe Victor plus 5 mil plus a sell on clause and Manure might have an outside chance of getting him. Or then again NC might tell them to f-off. That'd be funny but guess we had better strap ourselves in for the expected onslaught for our players in January. Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

5:44pm Mon 25 Nov 13

angus mc coatup says...

oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him. angus mc coatup
  • Score: 3

6:00pm Mon 25 Nov 13

SFCOLDBOY says...

What it like to be Pompey?
Whats its like to be poor?
You sacked Whitingham.
We got Pochettino,Pochettin
o.

CO the best team in the South of the united kingdom.
What it like to be Pompey? Whats its like to be poor? You sacked Whitingham. We got Pochettino,Pochettin o. CO the best team in the South of the united kingdom. SFCOLDBOY
  • Score: 5

6:11pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Clever Dick says...

That's a bit unfair really. Poor old Guy has got the bullet when he currently has kept a Conference side out of the relegation spot that they deserve to be in. This decision was probably made by every single supporter. After all they do own their own club. Hee hee. What a pathetic little embarrassment of a club they are.
That's a bit unfair really. Poor old Guy has got the bullet when he currently has kept a Conference side out of the relegation spot that they deserve to be in. This decision was probably made by every single supporter. After all they do own their own club. Hee hee. What a pathetic little embarrassment of a club they are. Clever Dick
  • Score: 7

6:30pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Southampton boy says...

As I have said in the past we have not got deepth to our team so we need to be careful with the players we. The next couple of weeks will show just were we are as a Prem side.
I feel if we can stay in top ten and get a couple of new faces in Jan then we may be able to stay in top ten and may be top six.
But not sure wear we need to cover May be a out and out goal scorer would be good.
As I have said in the past we have not got deepth to our team so we need to be careful with the players we. The next couple of weeks will show just were we are as a Prem side. I feel if we can stay in top ten and get a couple of new faces in Jan then we may be able to stay in top ten and may be top six. But not sure wear we need to cover May be a out and out goal scorer would be good. Southampton boy
  • Score: -6

6:32pm Mon 25 Nov 13

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

TOP PLAYERS = TOP RESULTS.

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RED ARMY 2013. FIGHT AND WIN.

WE GO TO CHELSEA FOR A RESULT. MORE STRIKES ON GOAL NEEDED.
(What a fantastic result last Season and a great goal from PUNCH !!)
TOP PLAYERS = TOP RESULTS. WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. RED ARMY 2013. FIGHT AND WIN. WE GO TO CHELSEA FOR A RESULT. MORE STRIKES ON GOAL NEEDED. (What a fantastic result last Season and a great goal from PUNCH !!) REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
  • Score: 2

6:41pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Baddesley Bill says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 5

6:54pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Clever Dick says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
Yeah. I think they should call a meeting of all their owners so they can all decide on the new manager. They could call it "prats in the park". They really need to be realistic though so I've drawn up a shortlist for them to consider.
1. Guardiola
2. Mourinho
3. Wenger
4. Capello
We also need to be very careful that MoPo doesn't go for it. I think we may be able to deflect him away from any interest from the Spuds. But I'm really worried that if a massive club like Poopey come in for him it will be impossibleto hold on to him.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]Yeah. I think they should call a meeting of all their owners so they can all decide on the new manager. They could call it "prats in the park". They really need to be realistic though so I've drawn up a shortlist for them to consider. 1. Guardiola 2. Mourinho 3. Wenger 4. Capello We also need to be very careful that MoPo doesn't go for it. I think we may be able to deflect him away from any interest from the Spuds. But I'm really worried that if a massive club like Poopey come in for him it will be impossibleto hold on to him. Clever Dick
  • Score: 7

7:02pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Pinny for the Guy, he'll be doing the washing up for a while.
Pinny for the Guy, he'll be doing the washing up for a while. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 3

7:23pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Southampton boy wrote:
As I have said in the past we have not got deepth to our team so we need to be careful with the players we. The next couple of weeks will show just were we are as a Prem side.
I feel if we can stay in top ten and get a couple of new faces in Jan then we may be able to stay in top ten and may be top six.
But not sure wear we need to cover May be a out and out goal scorer would be good.
Are the thumbs down for the negative content or the poor quality of the spelling and grammar?

As I see it from the recent posts
1. We have a useless goalkeeper and no suitable cover.
2. We have an injury prone Left Back and no replacement.
3. We are hopeless when our best Centre Back is absent.
4. Wanayama is useless because he cannot pass a ball for the life of him.
5. Our forward line is impotent and cannot score for toffees.
6. Our gaffer is just waiting for a chance to go to Spuds.

How, with all that going so badly, are we fifth in the Premier League, it beggars belief.
[quote][p][bold]Southampton boy[/bold] wrote: As I have said in the past we have not got deepth to our team so we need to be careful with the players we. The next couple of weeks will show just were we are as a Prem side. I feel if we can stay in top ten and get a couple of new faces in Jan then we may be able to stay in top ten and may be top six. But not sure wear we need to cover May be a out and out goal scorer would be good.[/p][/quote]Are the thumbs down for the negative content or the poor quality of the spelling and grammar? As I see it from the recent posts 1. We have a useless goalkeeper and no suitable cover. 2. We have an injury prone Left Back and no replacement. 3. We are hopeless when our best Centre Back is absent. 4. Wanayama is useless because he cannot pass a ball for the life of him. 5. Our forward line is impotent and cannot score for toffees. 6. Our gaffer is just waiting for a chance to go to Spuds. How, with all that going so badly, are we fifth in the Premier League, it beggars belief. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 8

7:42pm Mon 25 Nov 13

miltonnroad76 says...

after the best most bestest loyal fans in the whole wide world booed their team off they sack the manager, the season just gets better and better. im just sorry we cant play em the fa cup ..
after the best most bestest loyal fans in the whole wide world booed their team off they sack the manager, the season just gets better and better. im just sorry we cant play em the fa cup .. miltonnroad76
  • Score: 1

7:49pm Mon 25 Nov 13

miltonnroad76 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
On Sky the verdict was it was a penalty for a shirt pull but pointed out that at the same time of Fontes shirt pulling, Giroud was doing the same to Hoover!
yeah i noticed that at the time ...so forwards can pull a shirt but defenders cant if they are at away except man u can do it all the time ,,and what about rooney swinging an arm and kicking out only a yellow ffs still justice was served when cardiff scored....
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: On Sky the verdict was it was a penalty for a shirt pull but pointed out that at the same time of Fontes shirt pulling, Giroud was doing the same to Hoover![/p][/quote]yeah i noticed that at the time ...so forwards can pull a shirt but defenders cant if they are at away except man u can do it all the time ,,and what about rooney swinging an arm and kicking out only a yellow ffs still justice was served when cardiff scored.... miltonnroad76
  • Score: 1

8:07pm Mon 25 Nov 13

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat.
he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t.
you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park.
which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark.
he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack.
now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack.
he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ".
he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish.
they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek"
he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ".
he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum.
glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat. he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t. you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park. which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark. he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack. now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack. he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ". he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish. they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek" he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ". he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum. glad to see that settled then, conference here they come. angus mc coatup
  • Score: 14

8:14pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Good game on Sky, WBA 2 up against Villa, 2 goals from Long, well worth looking at later if you get the chance. Paul Lambert and his "Villa are the bigger club" remark, has to eat his words at the moment.
Good game on Sky, WBA 2 up against Villa, 2 goals from Long, well worth looking at later if you get the chance. Paul Lambert and his "Villa are the bigger club" remark, has to eat his words at the moment. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

8:26pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Clever Dick says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Good game on Sky, WBA 2 up against Villa, 2 goals from Long, well worth looking at later if you get the chance. Paul Lambert and his "Villa are the bigger club" remark, has to eat his words at the moment.
A nice little 2 week injury for Benteke would be the icing on the cake.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Good game on Sky, WBA 2 up against Villa, 2 goals from Long, well worth looking at later if you get the chance. Paul Lambert and his "Villa are the bigger club" remark, has to eat his words at the moment.[/p][/quote]A nice little 2 week injury for Benteke would be the icing on the cake. Clever Dick
  • Score: 1

8:31pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Clever Dick wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Good game on Sky, WBA 2 up against Villa, 2 goals from Long, well worth looking at later if you get the chance. Paul Lambert and his "Villa are the bigger club" remark, has to eat his words at the moment.
A nice little 2 week injury for Benteke would be the icing on the cake.
lol wishful thinking.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Good game on Sky, WBA 2 up against Villa, 2 goals from Long, well worth looking at later if you get the chance. Paul Lambert and his "Villa are the bigger club" remark, has to eat his words at the moment.[/p][/quote]A nice little 2 week injury for Benteke would be the icing on the cake.[/p][/quote]lol wishful thinking. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 1

8:44pm Mon 25 Nov 13

J7junctionseven says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat.
he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t.
you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park.
which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark.
he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack.
now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack.
he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ".
he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish.
they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek"
he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ".
he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum.
glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.
PMSL Ha ha ha
Brilliant
COYR FOAP
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat. he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t. you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park. which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark. he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack. now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack. he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ". he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish. they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek" he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ". he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum. glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.[/p][/quote]PMSL Ha ha ha Brilliant COYR FOAP J7junctionseven
  • Score: 1

8:48pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Baddesley Bill says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat.
he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t.
you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park.
which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark.
he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack.
now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack.
he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ".
he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish.
they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek"
he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ".
he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum.
glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.
Class :O)
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat. he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t. you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park. which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark. he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack. now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack. he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ". he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish. they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek" he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ". he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum. glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.[/p][/quote]Class :O) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 1

8:50pm Mon 25 Nov 13

angus mc coatup says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat.
he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t.
you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park.
which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark.
he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack.
now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack.
he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ".
he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish.
they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek"
he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ".
he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum.
glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.
PMSL Ha ha ha
Brilliant
COYR FOAP
I can see him now. with his Ronald mcdonald shoes on, riding round the training ground on his bike with the wonky wheels. ringing that dopey bell.

hahaha ..........marvellous
.
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat. he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t. you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park. which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark. he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack. now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack. he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ". he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish. they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek" he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ". he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum. glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.[/p][/quote]PMSL Ha ha ha Brilliant COYR FOAP[/p][/quote]I can see him now. with his Ronald mcdonald shoes on, riding round the training ground on his bike with the wonky wheels. ringing that dopey bell. hahaha ..........marvellous . angus mc coatup
  • Score: 0

8:52pm Mon 25 Nov 13

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay.
The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay. TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 1

8:55pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

TPFKARTSNINZ wrote:
The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay.
Have you noticed the deck chair jokes and stripey references, not exactly up with the news are they?
[quote][p][bold]TPFKARTSNINZ[/bold] wrote: The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay.[/p][/quote]Have you noticed the deck chair jokes and stripey references, not exactly up with the news are they? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

8:57pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat.
he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t.
you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park.
which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark.
he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack.
now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack.
he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ".
he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish.
they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek"
he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ".
he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum.
glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.
PMSL Ha ha ha
Brilliant
COYR FOAP
I can see him now. with his Ronald mcdonald shoes on, riding round the training ground on his bike with the wonky wheels. ringing that dopey bell.

hahaha ..........marvellous

.
The mind boggles at the thought, are we not being a bit OTT, shouldn't mock the afflicted, it ain't Saintly.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat. he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t. you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park. which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark. he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack. now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack. he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ". he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish. they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek" he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ". he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum. glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.[/p][/quote]PMSL Ha ha ha Brilliant COYR FOAP[/p][/quote]I can see him now. with his Ronald mcdonald shoes on, riding round the training ground on his bike with the wonky wheels. ringing that dopey bell. hahaha ..........marvellous .[/p][/quote]The mind boggles at the thought, are we not being a bit OTT, shouldn't mock the afflicted, it ain't Saintly. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

9:23pm Mon 25 Nov 13

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
TPFKARTSNINZ wrote:
The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay.
Have you noticed the deck chair jokes and stripey references, not exactly up with the news are they?
No, they are definitely stuck in the past, living off the memories of their grandparents.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TPFKARTSNINZ[/bold] wrote: The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay.[/p][/quote]Have you noticed the deck chair jokes and stripey references, not exactly up with the news are they?[/p][/quote]No, they are definitely stuck in the past, living off the memories of their grandparents. TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 0

9:24pm Mon 25 Nov 13

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat.
he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t.
you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park.
which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark.
he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack.
now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack.
he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ".
he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish.
they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek"
he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ".
he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum.
glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.
PMSL Ha ha ha
Brilliant
COYR FOAP
I can see him now. with his Ronald mcdonald shoes on, riding round the training ground on his bike with the wonky wheels. ringing that dopey bell.

hahaha ..........marvellous


.
The mind boggles at the thought, are we not being a bit OTT, shouldn't mock the afflicted, it ain't Saintly.
Have you seen TWWTB?

He truly is a bit "special".
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]he wears a chequered waistcoat, and a silly stovepipe hat. he blows a dopey trumpet, and he looks a proper tw@t. you can find him on the terrace, down at fratton park. which looks more like a wasteland, and it's older than the ark. he wants to be the manager, he thinks he has the knack. now that there's a vacancy cos guy has got the sack. he said " I can do a proper job, that is just my wish ". he'll fit in really well there, cos he proper stinks of fish. they said " we can't afford you, someone else we'll have to seek" he said " don't worry, i'll take just twenty quid a week ". he'll take them to a new level, he made a promise to his mum. glad to see that settled then, conference here they come.[/p][/quote]PMSL Ha ha ha Brilliant COYR FOAP[/p][/quote]I can see him now. with his Ronald mcdonald shoes on, riding round the training ground on his bike with the wonky wheels. ringing that dopey bell. hahaha ..........marvellous .[/p][/quote]The mind boggles at the thought, are we not being a bit OTT, shouldn't mock the afflicted, it ain't Saintly.[/p][/quote]Have you seen TWWTB? He truly is a bit "special". TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 0

9:40pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

Oh well, Villa have pulled it back to 2 2, WBA tried to sit on their lead and have paid the price. A draw would suit us I guess, keeps them both further away.
Oh well, Villa have pulled it back to 2 2, WBA tried to sit on their lead and have paid the price. A draw would suit us I guess, keeps them both further away. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

9:53pm Mon 25 Nov 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

2 2 ft. Have you noticed that there is poll about playing Artur or KD against Chelsea? Get your vote in now.
2 2 ft. Have you noticed that there is poll about playing Artur or KD against Chelsea? Get your vote in now. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

10:18pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Strasbourg Saint says...

TPFKARTSNINZ wrote:
The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay.
My money's on Spuds failing to land MP because he'll turn them down in favour of the better offer he's going to get from the skunts. He'll move there and take all the first team with him. The DE will run an interview or ten with each of the new (ex-Saints) Poopey players along the lines of 'Morgan - the lure of Division 2 football was just too great' and 'Artur - It's a new club, a new challenge and a new chance to showboat in front of literally hundreds of adoring fans'. The skunts will storm up Div 2, then Div 1 and the Championship before winning the Premiership and then the Champions League, whilst Saints will slip down the leagues and end up in the Conference.

I reckon I'd get pretty good odds on that. It's just a pity I didn't ask the bookies about it last week when I placed a cheaky tenner on England to win the Ashes 5-0.
[quote][p][bold]TPFKARTSNINZ[/bold] wrote: The in-fighting is ramping up on "The Fews" website. Some of the in-breds want their money back, others still have their heads in the sand imagining that a "top Manager" will want the job, while those few with 2 brain cells are relieved they pledged but didn't pay.[/p][/quote]My money's on Spuds failing to land MP because he'll turn them down in favour of the better offer he's going to get from the skunts. He'll move there and take all the first team with him. The DE will run an interview or ten with each of the new (ex-Saints) Poopey players along the lines of 'Morgan - the lure of Division 2 football was just too great' and 'Artur - It's a new club, a new challenge and a new chance to showboat in front of literally hundreds of adoring fans'. The skunts will storm up Div 2, then Div 1 and the Championship before winning the Premiership and then the Champions League, whilst Saints will slip down the leagues and end up in the Conference. I reckon I'd get pretty good odds on that. It's just a pity I didn't ask the bookies about it last week when I placed a cheaky tenner on England to win the Ashes 5-0. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 2

11:45pm Mon 25 Nov 13

Santa Retfordia says...

Haha! Hang on! Have the stunts really sacked Whittingham? F@ck me, I thought it would take longer for the internecine squabbling to begin. And yet, so begins the trail of total self-destruction. Who in the name of **** sailors do they think they're gonna get? That's it! They're gone from the league forever.

AMAZING.
Haha! Hang on! Have the stunts really sacked Whittingham? F@ck me, I thought it would take longer for the internecine squabbling to begin. And yet, so begins the trail of total self-destruction. Who in the name of **** sailors do they think they're gonna get? That's it! They're gone from the league forever. AMAZING. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 0

6:13am Tue 26 Nov 13

SiamSaint says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.
Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there.

The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)
You mean with Poch, and then go downhill ;)
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: oh dear, the skunts have only gone and sacked him.[/p][/quote]Their expectations for a new manager will no doubt start with Pep.....and go down from there. The manager of my local pub team is rumoured to be applying for the position :O)[/p][/quote]You mean with Poch, and then go downhill ;) SiamSaint
  • Score: 0

10:20pm Tue 26 Nov 13

st1halo says...

Malcombe wrote:
M P is a Argentinian but Spanish Latin thinker, I returned from Spain this year after 12 years and Spanish tradition is they are very loyal and always live as tight knit families hence his imposing philosophy on the Saints Team, he's sold on making Southampton FC a top team along with Nicola Cotese and he will not go anywhere especially as he's only just started his vision, money will not tempt him only falling out with N C would he ever consider leaving, loyalty means everything to M P and that includes all his Players, it's obvious that because he's improved Saints Players other Clubs could be wanting him but he's very intelligent and knows he hasn't achieved anything yet except he's loved by the Chairman, the Staff and the Players and they love him and he'll be at Southampton FC for several years like Sir Alex at Man U
Poch's 'thang' is to bring forward and develop young talent. There is no finer Academy in the UK than ours and this, coupled with the philosophy that he believes and our club shares are the prime reasons why he won't go anywhere. This ideal partnership is something he is unlikely to attain anywhere else. Monetary gain is not the driving force behind this man.

STID
[quote][p][bold]Malcombe[/bold] wrote: M P is a Argentinian but Spanish Latin thinker, I returned from Spain this year after 12 years and Spanish tradition is they are very loyal and always live as tight knit families hence his imposing philosophy on the Saints Team, he's sold on making Southampton FC a top team along with Nicola Cotese and he will not go anywhere especially as he's only just started his vision, money will not tempt him only falling out with N C would he ever consider leaving, loyalty means everything to M P and that includes all his Players, it's obvious that because he's improved Saints Players other Clubs could be wanting him but he's very intelligent and knows he hasn't achieved anything yet except he's loved by the Chairman, the Staff and the Players and they love him and he'll be at Southampton FC for several years like Sir Alex at Man U[/p][/quote]Poch's 'thang' is to bring forward and develop young talent. There is no finer Academy in the UK than ours and this, coupled with the philosophy that he believes and our club shares are the prime reasons why he won't go anywhere. This ideal partnership is something he is unlikely to attain anywhere else. Monetary gain is not the driving force behind this man. STID st1halo
  • Score: 0

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