Sheffield Wednesday 0 Saints 1

Lee Barnard celebrates his goal

Lee Barnard celebrates his goal

First published in Saints News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Writer

Saints broke their winless streak, their scoring duck and secured Nigel Adkins’ first victory in charge with a 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday.

Adkins’ team were full value for their Hillsborough victory, which ended a run of five games without a win, as Lee Barnard struck on the hour mark.

That brought the scoreless streak to an end on 510 minutes with the win lifting Saints out of the League One drop zone and looking upwards once again.

Nicky Weaver was forced into some early action as Alex Chamberlain fired towards goal at his near post after picking up a cross-field ball from Rickie Lambert and cutting in from the right.

He made that save fairly comfortably but was extended much more on five minutes.

Dean Hammond threaded the ball through the centre of the Sheffield Wednesday defence to Lee Barnard who was one-on-one with the keeper.

His first shot was saved by the sprawling Weaver at his feet, as was the follow up before the ball rolled harmlessly behind.

Saints were only denied by Darren Purse two minutes later as their bright start continued.

A free kick on the right by-line was rolled back to Barnard who in turn laid it off to Jason Puncheon.

His first time curling shot appeared destined for the top corner before Purse threw himself at the ball and took a real whack in the head to deflect it behind.

Saints had started excellently.

They were really putting Wednesday on the back foot and with the Hillsborough fans quickly getting restless the pressure seemed to lead to a few misplaced passes and nervy touches which only helped the cause of Adkins’ men.

Wednesday had their first real effort on 22 minutes when Darren Potter curled a 25-yard free kick over the wall but just wide of the goal with Kelvin Davis diving full length to his right just in case.

They followed that up two minutes later with James O’Connor heading a corner goalwards. It was firm but straight down the middle and Davis reached just under his bar to catch.

Saints came so close on 27 minutes when Rickie Lambert reached a ball on the left by-line and crossed it low across the face of goal. Barnard stretched to try and reach it to turn it into an empty from two yards but couldn’t quite get there.

They got another good opening six minutes later as Lambert slipped the ball through to Chamberlain who shot first time from just inside the area but over the bar.

David had to make his first meaningful save on 37 minutes when Neil Mellor seized on a slip by Radhi Jaidi to curl a loose ball towards the bottom corner before Davis dived to his left to turn it wide.

Moments later he was back at his near post to turn behind a mishit cross.

Hammond became the first man in the book for a late tackle. Morgan Schneiderlin followed shortly afterwards.

Lambert so nearly gave Saints the lead in first-half stoppage time with a diving header from Chamberlain’s right-wing cross but Weaver reacted quickly to dive and save and when the half-time whistle went the game was goalless.

Wednesday made a half-time change with former Saint Jon Otsemobor replacing Purse. Otsemobor went to right back with Lewis Buxton moving to centre half.

Saints tested Weaver six minutes into the second period in slightly strange circumstances.

Schneiderlin tried to volley from 25 yards but the ball skewed off his knee but fell to Barnard whose near post effort took a deflection and needed to be pushed behind.

Moments later Barnard had a glorious opportunity when Schneiderlin’s right-wing cross picked him out at the far post but he put his header wide from six yards out.

Up the other end Giles Coke fired in a long range effort but it was down the middle and Davis saved.

Saints finally broke their scoring duck on the hour mark to take the lead.

Schneiderlin seized on a loose Wednesday pass and broke forward.

He passed into the path of Barnard who took one touch to put the ball in front of him and then another to lift it past the advancing Weaver and into the net for 1-0.

Wednesday responded with a change five minutes later with Clinton Morrison replacing Potter.

Saints had reacted well to their goal, taking the sting out of any potential rearguard action from the Owls.

They had dropped a little deeper but were defending very solidly and with determination to see the job through and grab three points.

Danny Butterfield went into the book for time wasting before both sides made a change on 72 minutes.

For Saints Adam Lallana came on for Barnard while for Wednesday Tommy Miller replaced Gary Teale. Lallana played off of Lambert.

Saints somehow survived a Wednesday onslaught on 76 minutes as Tudgay’s header from a corner was blocked by the chest of Harding on the line before Davis threw himself at Mellor to brilliantly stop the follow up from eight yards out.

Adkins made a second change on 84 minutes with Ryan Dickson coming on for Chamberlain. Dickson went on the left wing with Puncheon switching to the right.

Lallana produced a bit of magic moments later to cut inside and buy himself a yard before curling a shot just over the bar.

Lallana had another opening with three minutes remaining but headed wide from eight yards after being picked out by Dickson’s cross from the left.

Saints looked a little nervous but they were being settled by Wednesday’s ineptitude. The Owls were all over the place and making it easy for Saints to see out the remaining time.

However, Davis still had two saves left to make, diving to his left to keep out Daniel Jones’ 30-yard free kick before Saints killed a few more seconds with Lee Holmes coming on for Puncheon.

Moments later Morrison’s half volley was brilliantly tipped wide by the keeper, again diving to his left.

That was the last kick of the game and it was three points for Saints and some much needed momentum.

For more Saints news and match reaction, don't miss Monday's Daily Echo.

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6:30pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Baddesley dave says...

About time well done to the team
please please saints let get another striker and 2 fast wide men ....
About time well done to the team please please saints let get another striker and 2 fast wide men .... Baddesley dave
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6:33pm Sat 25 Sep 10

KCAJRETSOF says...

A pleasant weekend at last! Here's to Tuesday.
A pleasant weekend at last! Here's to Tuesday. KCAJRETSOF
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6:37pm Sat 25 Sep 10

RedArmy1 says...

Barney is on his way to being Saints Top Scorer this season.

Well Done the Saints.

Another couple on Tuesday ..please.
Barney is on his way to being Saints Top Scorer this season. Well Done the Saints. Another couple on Tuesday ..please. RedArmy1
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6:38pm Sat 25 Sep 10

tugboat says...

Well done boys................
Well done boys................ tugboat
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6:42pm Sat 25 Sep 10

comicool says...

Onwards! and upwards! now lads!
Onwards! and upwards! now lads! comicool
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6:44pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Condor Man says...

what's happened to Lambert, seems a shadow of the goal machine we saw last season.
what's happened to Lambert, seems a shadow of the goal machine we saw last season. Condor Man
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6:52pm Sat 25 Sep 10

saints4eva12 says...

Condor Man wrote:
what's happened to Lambert, seems a shadow of the goal machine we saw last season.
dont panic Condor Man hes just getting warmed up to fire on all fours main thing weve started to win . Keep the faith
[quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: what's happened to Lambert, seems a shadow of the goal machine we saw last season.[/p][/quote]dont panic Condor Man hes just getting warmed up to fire on all fours main thing weve started to win . Keep the faith saints4eva12
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6:53pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Southampton boy says...

Yes Yes Yes now bring on Yoevil on Tuesday and lets get another win and again on Sat! that should make them look and take note Saints are coming to get you all Well done hoping to be at Yoevil
Yes Yes Yes now bring on Yoevil on Tuesday and lets get another win and again on Sat! that should make them look and take note Saints are coming to get you all Well done hoping to be at Yoevil Southampton boy
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7:09pm Sat 25 Sep 10

ali dia says...

we also broke the curse of the sash
we also broke the curse of the sash ali dia
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7:21pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges.
The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful.
Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better.
A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end.
The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager.
Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last.
Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right.
Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now?
WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.
Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together. St.Yorkie
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7:26pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.
...and so say all of us! :O)
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.[/p][/quote]...and so say all of us! :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:45pm Sat 25 Sep 10

slugger says...

just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o)
just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o) slugger
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7:53pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

slugger wrote:
just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o)
Bro...I thought you'd have learned by now...Puppy can only be trusted for an accurate pie report! :O)
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o)[/p][/quote]Bro...I thought you'd have learned by now...Puppy can only be trusted for an accurate pie report! :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:56pm Sat 25 Sep 10

One Micky Channon, there's..... says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges.
The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful.
Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better.
A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end.
The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager.
Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last.
Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right.
Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now?
WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.
Great result, just what we needed, must admit I wasn't too confident of a win today, thought we'd be good for a point though. Yorkie, sounds like Kelv had a good'un, in your opinion how did Punchy, Deano, Spiders and Jaidi do?
S/W keep-wish.....keep on winning is my wish!
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.[/p][/quote]Great result, just what we needed, must admit I wasn't too confident of a win today, thought we'd be good for a point though. Yorkie, sounds like Kelv had a good'un, in your opinion how did Punchy, Deano, Spiders and Jaidi do? S/W keep-wish.....keep on winning is my wish! One Micky Channon, there's.....
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8:04pm Sat 25 Sep 10

slugger says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.
how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved !
excellent win,champions anyone ?
got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words !
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.[/p][/quote]how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words ! slugger
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8:06pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

Puncheon offered width but always cut in - got caught in possession sometimes too - did OK, but drifts in and out of the game. Hammond & Spiderman had good command of the midfield even after their bookings (a bit unfair on Hammond). Jaidi did what he was best at - winning most things in the air and kicking it into touch when required.
A good all round tream performance although I can't wait to see Richardson at RB. Butterfield was OK but he aint no RB.
Lambo worked his socks off today - he may not have scored but he did a lot right through the 90-mins. It won't be long until he scores - goalkeepers just will have to stop pulling off great saves. A nice move from a free kick - and some of the passing excellent. Adkins is beginning to get the balance right - not too much hoofball, and plenty of one touch. Confidence on the ball is high but more shooting practice required.
Puncheon offered width but always cut in - got caught in possession sometimes too - did OK, but drifts in and out of the game. Hammond & Spiderman had good command of the midfield even after their bookings (a bit unfair on Hammond). Jaidi did what he was best at - winning most things in the air and kicking it into touch when required. A good all round tream performance although I can't wait to see Richardson at RB. Butterfield was OK but he aint no RB. Lambo worked his socks off today - he may not have scored but he did a lot right through the 90-mins. It won't be long until he scores - goalkeepers just will have to stop pulling off great saves. A nice move from a free kick - and some of the passing excellent. Adkins is beginning to get the balance right - not too much hoofball, and plenty of one touch. Confidence on the ball is high but more shooting practice required. St.Yorkie
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8:12pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

Gossie was Gossie - and which one is Puppy (chris or Tim)? Big moan about pies - 4-people serving about 600-people at HT so no pies sampled...looked right tasty too - even with mushy peas!
Gossie was Gossie - and which one is Puppy (chris or Tim)? Big moan about pies - 4-people serving about 600-people at HT so no pies sampled...looked right tasty too - even with mushy peas! St.Yorkie
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8:16pm Sat 25 Sep 10

slugger says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Gossie was Gossie - and which one is Puppy (chris or Tim)? Big moan about pies - 4-people serving about 600-people at HT so no pies sampled...looked right tasty too - even with mushy peas!
puppy is chris....i owe him one !;o)
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Gossie was Gossie - and which one is Puppy (chris or Tim)? Big moan about pies - 4-people serving about 600-people at HT so no pies sampled...looked right tasty too - even with mushy peas![/p][/quote]puppy is chris....i owe him one !;o) slugger
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8:18pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Rammy Saint says...

Just back from the game. Thought Wednesday were a poor side. We created more clear cut chances than against Colchester and Barnard took his goal well. I thought he looked lively throughout. We deserved the win and defended well when we needed to. I felt that Seaborne and Jaidi had good a good game, as did Davis. The whole team looked relieved at the end of the game and Adkins was on the pitch with the players looking very pleased. Nice to see Lallana come on towards the end. He had a couple of chances and might have scored on another day. Hopefully this is the start of a good run!
Just back from the game. Thought Wednesday were a poor side. We created more clear cut chances than against Colchester and Barnard took his goal well. I thought he looked lively throughout. We deserved the win and defended well when we needed to. I felt that Seaborne and Jaidi had good a good game, as did Davis. The whole team looked relieved at the end of the game and Adkins was on the pitch with the players looking very pleased. Nice to see Lallana come on towards the end. He had a couple of chances and might have scored on another day. Hopefully this is the start of a good run! Rammy Saint
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8:27pm Sat 25 Sep 10

chappers73 says...

Great result today. Roll on Tuesday goals galore against the team with the worst goal difference in league 1, Yeovil -8. Rickie to score for sure!
Great result today. Roll on Tuesday goals galore against the team with the worst goal difference in league 1, Yeovil -8. Rickie to score for sure! chappers73
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8:27pm Sat 25 Sep 10

One Micky Channon, there's..... says...

Cheers for the heads-up Yorkie, good to hear we are starting to boss the midfield again, thats what won us a lot of our points last season and has been lacking this, roll-on tuesday and then saturday when we pick-off the Cherries!
S/W = wall-east.....good idea build a wall to keep out the fish-fiddlin' eastside caravan dwellers!
Cheers for the heads-up Yorkie, good to hear we are starting to boss the midfield again, thats what won us a lot of our points last season and has been lacking this, roll-on tuesday and then saturday when we pick-off the Cherries! S/W = wall-east.....good idea build a wall to keep out the fish-fiddlin' eastside caravan dwellers! One Micky Channon, there's.....
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8:28pm Sat 25 Sep 10

bpsaint says...

Rammy Saint wrote:
Just back from the game. Thought Wednesday were a poor side. We created more clear cut chances than against Colchester and Barnard took his goal well. I thought he looked lively throughout. We deserved the win and defended well when we needed to. I felt that Seaborne and Jaidi had good a good game, as did Davis. The whole team looked relieved at the end of the game and Adkins was on the pitch with the players looking very pleased. Nice to see Lallana come on towards the end. He had a couple of chances and might have scored on another day. Hopefully this is the start of a good run!
Well said Rammy Saint. Couldn't have put it better myself
[quote][p][bold]Rammy Saint[/bold] wrote: Just back from the game. Thought Wednesday were a poor side. We created more clear cut chances than against Colchester and Barnard took his goal well. I thought he looked lively throughout. We deserved the win and defended well when we needed to. I felt that Seaborne and Jaidi had good a good game, as did Davis. The whole team looked relieved at the end of the game and Adkins was on the pitch with the players looking very pleased. Nice to see Lallana come on towards the end. He had a couple of chances and might have scored on another day. Hopefully this is the start of a good run![/p][/quote]Well said Rammy Saint. Couldn't have put it better myself bpsaint
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8:35pm Sat 25 Sep 10

chappers73 says...

Whats the rumour about Jose?
Whats the rumour about Jose? chappers73
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8:41pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

chappers73 wrote:
Whats the rumour about Jose?
He wants to join Pardew at his next club!
[quote][p][bold]chappers73[/bold] wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?[/p][/quote]He wants to join Pardew at his next club! St.Yorkie
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8:45pm Sat 25 Sep 10

slugger says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
chappers73 wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?
He wants to join Pardew at his next club!
lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked !
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chappers73[/bold] wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?[/p][/quote]He wants to join Pardew at his next club![/p][/quote]lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked ! slugger
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8:47pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
chappers73 wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?
He wants to join Pardew at his next club!
lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked !
Brotherley love?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chappers73[/bold] wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?[/p][/quote]He wants to join Pardew at his next club![/p][/quote]lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked ![/p][/quote]Brotherley love? St.Yorkie
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8:49pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Clem Hardy says...

Just back from the game also and would agree with Rammy Saint on most points.

We looked strong across the middle of the park but Davies had to make several crucial saves at the end (including the last kick of the game which looked to be going in!).

Lallana looked sharp when he came on and made a difference. Lambert is still not his old self but agree that his link up play was excellent at times.

Thought the Seabourne looked really good and though Butterfield looks comfortable on the ball he looks anything but a rb and I can't wait for Richardson to come back.
Just back from the game also and would agree with Rammy Saint on most points. We looked strong across the middle of the park but Davies had to make several crucial saves at the end (including the last kick of the game which looked to be going in!). Lallana looked sharp when he came on and made a difference. Lambert is still not his old self but agree that his link up play was excellent at times. Thought the Seabourne looked really good and though Butterfield looks comfortable on the ball he looks anything but a rb and I can't wait for Richardson to come back. Clem Hardy
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8:53pm Sat 25 Sep 10

slugger says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
chappers73 wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?
He wants to join Pardew at his next club!
lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked !
Brotherley love?
nope....you had a beer with the culprit earlier !
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chappers73[/bold] wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?[/p][/quote]He wants to join Pardew at his next club![/p][/quote]lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked ![/p][/quote]Brotherley love?[/p][/quote]nope....you had a beer with the culprit earlier ! slugger
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8:56pm Sat 25 Sep 10

mummsie says...

At long last, someone on the team knows where the back of the net is! Now don't forget for the next match lads!
At long last, someone on the team knows where the back of the net is! Now don't forget for the next match lads! mummsie
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8:57pm Sat 25 Sep 10

mummsie says...

At long last, someone on the team knows where the back of the net is! Now don't forget for the next match lads!
At long last, someone on the team knows where the back of the net is! Now don't forget for the next match lads! mummsie
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8:59pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Enrico Palazzo says...

Get in!!!!!
Get in!!!!! Enrico Palazzo
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9:06pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Harleysaint says...

Nice posts!!...Looks like the Ship is back on track.....Love the positive vibe...Did 3-1 us...Slugger!!..u owe!!
Bit of pos works wonders..:-))
Nice posts!!...Looks like the Ship is back on track.....Love the positive vibe...Did 3-1 us...Slugger!!..u owe!! Bit of pos works wonders..:-)) Harleysaint
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9:20pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
chappers73 wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?
He wants to join Pardew at his next club!
lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked !
Brotherley love?
nope....you had a beer with the culprit earlier !
Quite a choice but I can guess...
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chappers73[/bold] wrote: Whats the rumour about Jose?[/p][/quote]He wants to join Pardew at his next club![/p][/quote]lol....the rumour was started by someone i know who has now admitted he made it up to see if he could get a reaction.....don't worry....his card is marked ![/p][/quote]Brotherley love?[/p][/quote]nope....you had a beer with the culprit earlier ![/p][/quote]Quite a choice but I can guess... St.Yorkie
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9:44pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Bearsaint says...

i'm a happy saint, its been a while.
Seems to have stopped the squabbling (for now). To all those that travelled, you done us proud!
Keep the faith guys and gals.

COYS!
i'm a happy saint, its been a while. Seems to have stopped the squabbling (for now). To all those that travelled, you done us proud! Keep the faith guys and gals. COYS! Bearsaint
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9:53pm Sat 25 Sep 10

brockiron says...

Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job.
He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. brockiron
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9:59pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

brockiron wrote:
Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Good on you brockiron...and good to see that your boys are still doing ok since NA's departure...see you next season mate! COYR!!!!
[quote][p][bold]brockiron[/bold] wrote: Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.[/p][/quote]Good on you brockiron...and good to see that your boys are still doing ok since NA's departure...see you next season mate! COYR!!!! Baddesley Bill
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10:04pm Sat 25 Sep 10

freeroamer says...

brockiron wrote:
Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job.
He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Fair play brociron! All the best for this coming season too! I think ours has just properly started :-)
Southampton till I die!!!!
[quote][p][bold]brockiron[/bold] wrote: Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.[/p][/quote]Fair play brociron! All the best for this coming season too! I think ours has just properly started :-) Southampton till I die!!!! freeroamer
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10:11pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Bronson69 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
brockiron wrote:
Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Good on you brockiron...and good to see that your boys are still doing ok since NA's departure...see you next season mate! COYR!!!!
Thanks brockiron , wow what a nice bloke !
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brockiron[/bold] wrote: Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.[/p][/quote]Good on you brockiron...and good to see that your boys are still doing ok since NA's departure...see you next season mate! COYR!!!![/p][/quote]Thanks brockiron , wow what a nice bloke ! Bronson69
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10:12pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St dai says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
brockiron wrote: Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Good on you brockiron...and good to see that your boys are still doing ok since NA's departure...see you next season mate! COYR!!!!
After listning to his after match interview today, i can see what you are saying is spot on,.
your comments seem to be from the heart .
May i wish your club all the best,and hopfully we can all have a disco at Glanford park next season.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brockiron[/bold] wrote: Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.[/p][/quote]Good on you brockiron...and good to see that your boys are still doing ok since NA's departure...see you next season mate! COYR!!!![/p][/quote]After listning to his after match interview today, i can see what you are saying is spot on,. your comments seem to be from the heart . May i wish your club all the best,and hopfully we can all have a disco at Glanford park next season. St dai
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10:14pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St Retford says...

I'm still in Sheffield on the lash with some Wednesday fans. Man, they're depressed. They remind me of us about a week ago. We were great today, especially Kelvin - he really is the beating heart and soul of our team, on field and off it. I think Nige was right about the importance of that save last week - we'll sail into the stratosphere from that second on, you mark my words.
I'm still in Sheffield on the lash with some Wednesday fans. Man, they're depressed. They remind me of us about a week ago. We were great today, especially Kelvin - he really is the beating heart and soul of our team, on field and off it. I think Nige was right about the importance of that save last week - we'll sail into the stratosphere from that second on, you mark my words. St Retford
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10:33pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Bronson69 says...

St Retford wrote:
I'm still in Sheffield on the lash with some Wednesday fans. Man, they're depressed. They remind me of us about a week ago. We were great today, especially Kelvin - he really is the beating heart and soul of our team, on field and off it. I think Nige was right about the importance of that save last week - we'll sail into the stratosphere from that second on, you mark my words.
i wish i could punctuate and spell as good as you whilst on the lash !
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I'm still in Sheffield on the lash with some Wednesday fans. Man, they're depressed. They remind me of us about a week ago. We were great today, especially Kelvin - he really is the beating heart and soul of our team, on field and off it. I think Nige was right about the importance of that save last week - we'll sail into the stratosphere from that second on, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]i wish i could punctuate and spell as good as you whilst on the lash ! Bronson69
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10:38pm Sat 25 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

Good three points thanks to KELVIN DAVIES, THE EFORT FROM THE WHOLE TEAMS PERFORMANCE was not far behind KELVIN'S saves. WE were strong at the back, busy in midfield and buzzing up front and that is only after one weeks full training. You could see and feel the joy from both the team and the coaching staff. well done evrybody and that includes the away fans. that was the very best 500 mile drive in a very long time. Even kiss the mother in law when i got in!!!!!
Good three points thanks to KELVIN DAVIES, THE EFORT FROM THE WHOLE TEAMS PERFORMANCE was not far behind KELVIN'S saves. WE were strong at the back, busy in midfield and buzzing up front and that is only after one weeks full training. You could see and feel the joy from both the team and the coaching staff. well done evrybody and that includes the away fans. that was the very best 500 mile drive in a very long time. Even kiss the mother in law when i got in!!!!! hedge end bob
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10:42pm Sat 25 Sep 10

saints_alive says...

A question to the 800 or so who went:
1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level.
2) How was Puncheon's performance
3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky
4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks
5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life.
Point 5 is a statement
A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement saints_alive
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10:45pm Sat 25 Sep 10

sedanun says...

brockiron wrote:
Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved !
excellent win,champions anyone ?
got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words !

your landlords tel no. i'd like a ton on that bet
[quote][p][bold]brockiron[/bold] wrote: Well done at last. you have the best manager for the job. He will make you believe he is a true insperation. He had the makings of a good team when he took over for us 4 years ago, but he gave it belief and encouragement and we went on to the best times we have had in 40 years. He left us in a good state, both financially and the type of players we have and the football we play. He is not a big time Charlie but an honest individual who wears his heart on his sleeve.Good look to you Nigel and thanks for all you did for us at Scunthorpe we have some great memories and hopes for the future as Bara is in the same mould. Give this man a chance and get behind him. We are waiting to welcome you all at glanford park next season in the championship not the League 1 so get your bloody fingers out!!! BEST OF LUCK. UP THE IRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.[/p][/quote]how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words ! your landlords tel no. i'd like a ton on that bet sedanun
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11:07pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

Super Super Kelv,
Super Super Kelv,
Super Super Kelv,
Super Kelvin Davis

The man is a hero.
Great game, great team, Great fans.
We are on our way.
Super Super Kelv, Super Super Kelv, Super Super Kelv, Super Kelvin Davis The man is a hero. Great game, great team, Great fans. We are on our way. Gossie.
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11:18pm Sat 25 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

saints_alive wrote:
A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement
1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine
[quote][p][bold]saints_alive[/bold] wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement[/p][/quote]1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine hedge end bob
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11:27pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

hedge end bob wrote:
saints_alive wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement
1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine
Bob,
How did you get up there today
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saints_alive[/bold] wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement[/p][/quote]1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine[/p][/quote]Bob, How did you get up there today Gossie.
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11:35pm Sat 25 Sep 10

St Retford says...

Bronson69 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I'm still in Sheffield on the lash with some Wednesday fans. Man, they're depressed. They remind me of us about a week ago. We were great today, especially Kelvin - he really is the beating heart and soul of our team, on field and off it. I think Nige was right about the importance of that save last week - we'll sail into the stratosphere from that second on, you mark my words.
i wish i could punctuate and spell as good as you whilst on the lash !
I'm a journalist - being able to type whilst drunk is the only moral code we observe.
[quote][p][bold]Bronson69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: I'm still in Sheffield on the lash with some Wednesday fans. Man, they're depressed. They remind me of us about a week ago. We were great today, especially Kelvin - he really is the beating heart and soul of our team, on field and off it. I think Nige was right about the importance of that save last week - we'll sail into the stratosphere from that second on, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]i wish i could punctuate and spell as good as you whilst on the lash ![/p][/quote]I'm a journalist - being able to type whilst drunk is the only moral code we observe. St Retford
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11:42pm Sat 25 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
saints_alive wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement
1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine
Bob, How did you get up there today
three maps... two A A route planners and one sat nav that kept telling me to turn at the next roundabout..........
..... no i just wanted to know if it was more direct to leave the M1 at junction 33 or 36. left at 36 and only 8 miles from ground on a direct route in. THANKS.
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saints_alive[/bold] wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement[/p][/quote]1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine[/p][/quote]Bob, How did you get up there today[/p][/quote]three maps... two A A route planners and one sat nav that kept telling me to turn at the next roundabout.......... ..... no i just wanted to know if it was more direct to leave the M1 at junction 33 or 36. left at 36 and only 8 miles from ground on a direct route in. THANKS. hedge end bob
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11:53pm Sat 25 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

hedge end bob wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
saints_alive wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement
1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine
Bob, How did you get up there today
three maps... two A A route planners and one sat nav that kept telling me to turn at the next roundabout.......... ..... no i just wanted to know if it was more direct to leave the M1 at junction 33 or 36. left at 36 and only 8 miles from ground on a direct route in. THANKS.
I live in Hedge End, you could have given me a lift. Had to sit next to Puppy saint and his bloody Radiogram on the coach
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saints_alive[/bold] wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement[/p][/quote]1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine[/p][/quote]Bob, How did you get up there today[/p][/quote]three maps... two A A route planners and one sat nav that kept telling me to turn at the next roundabout.......... ..... no i just wanted to know if it was more direct to leave the M1 at junction 33 or 36. left at 36 and only 8 miles from ground on a direct route in. THANKS.[/p][/quote]I live in Hedge End, you could have given me a lift. Had to sit next to Puppy saint and his bloody Radiogram on the coach Gossie.
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12:06am Sun 26 Sep 10

puppy saint says...

slugger wrote:
just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o)
Gossie made me do it!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o)[/p][/quote]Gossie made me do it! puppy saint
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12:14am Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

puppy saint wrote:
slugger wrote: just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o)
Gossie made me do it!
You snitch, and to think I offered you a toffee apple
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: just to put the fonte rumour to bed....it was puppy saint,desparate to start one......if it takes for the rest of my life i'll get him back......git ! :o)[/p][/quote]Gossie made me do it![/p][/quote]You snitch, and to think I offered you a toffee apple Gossie.
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8:01am Sun 26 Sep 10

saints-fanathotmail.co.uk says...

first good nights sleep since the opening game of the season!!!...now COYR six more points by this time next week...sw=full-loss.
..not anymore!!
first good nights sleep since the opening game of the season!!!...now COYR six more points by this time next week...sw=full-loss. ..not anymore!! saints-fanathotmail.co.uk
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8:47am Sun 26 Sep 10

puppy saint says...

Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
saints_alive wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement
1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine
Bob, How did you get up there today
three maps... two A A route planners and one sat nav that kept telling me to turn at the next roundabout.......... ..... no i just wanted to know if it was more direct to leave the M1 at junction 33 or 36. left at 36 and only 8 miles from ground on a direct route in. THANKS.
I live in Hedge End, you could have given me a lift. Had to sit next to Puppy saint and his bloody Radiogram on the coach
Nothing wrong with a wireless that needs it's own support vehicle. Big is the new small when it comes to state of the art, cutting edge technology.
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saints_alive[/bold] wrote: A question to the 800 or so who went: 1) How are Butterfield and Chamberlain doing at first team level. 2) How was Puncheon's performance 3) Was Lambo lazy or unlucky 4) What was Harding doing giving away foul throws and freekicks 5) We are lost without Lallana. His flair sparks other players into life. Point 5 is a statement[/p][/quote]1/ BUTTERFIELD IS NOT A R/B BUT DID GIVE THE TEAM SOMETHING TODAY, OXO IS GOING TO BE AS GOOD AS THEO WALCOT IF NOT BETTER ONLY 16 BUT STANDING UP TO THE MEN, STILL HAS A LOT TO LEARN BUT WILL ONLY LEARN ON THE PITCH.2/ HE WAS BETTER TODAY BUT STILL TENDS TO DRIFT IN OF THE WING BUT MORE DIRECT. 3/ LAMBO WAS UNLUCKY WITH ONE HEADER BUT GOOD LINK UP PLAY, NOT HIMSELF YET BUT LOOKED INTERESTED TODAY.4/ MUST READ THE RULE ON THROW INS BUT TODAY LATE ON HIS CHEST WAS AS BIG AS THE ARK ROYAL, BUT IF IM HONEST FROM WHERE I WAS THE BALL LOOKED OVER THE LINE.5/ WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A STATEMENT????...... s/w... form-flat...not today sunshine[/p][/quote]Bob, How did you get up there today[/p][/quote]three maps... two A A route planners and one sat nav that kept telling me to turn at the next roundabout.......... ..... no i just wanted to know if it was more direct to leave the M1 at junction 33 or 36. left at 36 and only 8 miles from ground on a direct route in. THANKS.[/p][/quote]I live in Hedge End, you could have given me a lift. Had to sit next to Puppy saint and his bloody Radiogram on the coach[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with a wireless that needs it's own support vehicle. Big is the new small when it comes to state of the art, cutting edge technology. puppy saint
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9:33am Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

Poster on 606 wrote a very good match report, but the bit I liked was right at the end. He said that Adkins had instilled team spirit and the lads were celebrating together long after the final whistle. Also did you see Adkins dad-dancing to the music at Hillsborough before the match on the League Show?
Poster on 606 wrote a very good match report, but the bit I liked was right at the end. He said that Adkins had instilled team spirit and the lads were celebrating together long after the final whistle. Also did you see Adkins dad-dancing to the music at Hillsborough before the match on the League Show? franiow
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9:36am Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

franiow wrote:
Poster on 606 wrote a very good match report, but the bit I liked was right at the end. He said that Adkins had instilled team spirit and the lads were celebrating together long after the final whistle. Also did you see Adkins dad-dancing to the music at Hillsborough before the match on the League Show?
sorry, dancing may have been on sky.
[quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Poster on 606 wrote a very good match report, but the bit I liked was right at the end. He said that Adkins had instilled team spirit and the lads were celebrating together long after the final whistle. Also did you see Adkins dad-dancing to the music at Hillsborough before the match on the League Show?[/p][/quote]sorry, dancing may have been on sky. franiow
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9:42am Sun 26 Sep 10

RedArmy1 says...

Have no illusion - the result yesterday with Sheff Wed was immense.

Saints are on the UP.

Next game is Yeovil. Already looking forward to it and travelling to the ground.


As Saints now believe what is achieveable I predict they can go on and win well at Yeovil- with a bit of luck they could win BIG. Although Saints are the Away side - Yeovil will try defending deep and spoiling for a 0-0.

Nigel has done well with the players and substitutions - he knows he has inherited a good group of players.


He must also know he could have even more options (bit like Brighton with their loan Striker sitting top of the league) with the addition of more players. Guly is only going to be limited use - but with the right help from Nigel and the Team - he could make a good contribution.

With Nigel's help David Connolly may re-discover his scoring form although he is always going to be injury prone.

The games are coming fast and furious with only days remaining to Bournemouth at St Mary's.

Let's get a few wins behind the Team and like Swindon (who I predict will be there or there about at the end of the season) start sitting in the top half of the table.

Well done to Kelvin Davis yesterday - stepped up to the plate like the professional he is - Let's get Rickie back to his best and with Adam in the frame - Saints will start re creating the form of last season.

COYR
Have no illusion - the result yesterday with Sheff Wed was immense. Saints are on the UP. Next game is Yeovil. Already looking forward to it and travelling to the ground. As Saints now believe what is achieveable I predict they can go on and win well at Yeovil- with a bit of luck they could win BIG. Although Saints are the Away side - Yeovil will try defending deep and spoiling for a 0-0. Nigel has done well with the players and substitutions - he knows he has inherited a good group of players. He must also know he could have even more options (bit like Brighton with their loan Striker sitting top of the league) with the addition of more players. Guly is only going to be limited use - but with the right help from Nigel and the Team - he could make a good contribution. With Nigel's help David Connolly may re-discover his scoring form although he is always going to be injury prone. The games are coming fast and furious with only days remaining to Bournemouth at St Mary's. Let's get a few wins behind the Team and like Swindon (who I predict will be there or there about at the end of the season) start sitting in the top half of the table. Well done to Kelvin Davis yesterday - stepped up to the plate like the professional he is - Let's get Rickie back to his best and with Adam in the frame - Saints will start re creating the form of last season. COYR RedArmy1
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9:45am Sun 26 Sep 10

seedhouse says...

The weight that we've all been carrying around has finally gone! Bad head though...
The weight that we've all been carrying around has finally gone! Bad head though... seedhouse
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9:49am Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

Important to keep momentum going against Yeovil because the Bournemouth match is going to be bigger than we thought at the start of the season. We all looked forward to it, but we didn't know that they would have such a great start whilst we struggled. Added pressure because the Cherries manager said that Howe turned us down! Spicy!
Important to keep momentum going against Yeovil because the Bournemouth match is going to be bigger than we thought at the start of the season. We all looked forward to it, but we didn't know that they would have such a great start whilst we struggled. Added pressure because the Cherries manager said that Howe turned us down! Spicy! franiow
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9:51am Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

franiow wrote:
Important to keep momentum going against Yeovil because the Bournemouth match is going to be bigger than we thought at the start of the season. We all looked forward to it, but we didn't know that they would have such a great start whilst we struggled. Added pressure because the Cherries manager said that Howe turned us down! Spicy!
Should read Cherries chairman. Note to Fran..reread before you print doh!
[quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Important to keep momentum going against Yeovil because the Bournemouth match is going to be bigger than we thought at the start of the season. We all looked forward to it, but we didn't know that they would have such a great start whilst we struggled. Added pressure because the Cherries manager said that Howe turned us down! Spicy![/p][/quote]Should read Cherries chairman. Note to Fran..reread before you print doh! franiow
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10:03am Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

excellent news......i woke up and it wasn't a dream !
roll on tuesday.
excellent news......i woke up and it wasn't a dream ! roll on tuesday. slugger
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10:09am Sun 26 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

Just looked at SW - hang-lose! Well that's what I intend to do all day after a great day out yesterday.
Tuesday night will be a test, and the Bournemouth game clashes with Poctoberfest...beer or football? Both beer in Pocklington and football on line! Part timer I know - but cherries are not the same as skates! It's their biggest game of the season...just make sure we send them home with a flea in their ear!
Just looked at SW - hang-lose! Well that's what I intend to do all day after a great day out yesterday. Tuesday night will be a test, and the Bournemouth game clashes with Poctoberfest...beer or football? Both beer in Pocklington and football on line! Part timer I know - but cherries are not the same as skates! It's their biggest game of the season...just make sure we send them home with a flea in their ear! St.Yorkie
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10:15am Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning !
i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning ! slugger
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10:21am Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

As long as we go up I'm quite prepared for Brighton and Bournemouth to go up as well...see how magnanimous I am. I think Brighton will fade, but the Cherries may stay the course. As for Pompey, they are as slippery as oiled racing snakes. I would not be suprised to see them come out of administration and finish one above the drop zone. Remember it's not just about how good they are, it's how bad the opposition are.
As long as we go up I'm quite prepared for Brighton and Bournemouth to go up as well...see how magnanimous I am. I think Brighton will fade, but the Cherries may stay the course. As for Pompey, they are as slippery as oiled racing snakes. I would not be suprised to see them come out of administration and finish one above the drop zone. Remember it's not just about how good they are, it's how bad the opposition are. franiow
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10:30am Sun 26 Sep 10

ssherbie28 says...

Kelvin Davis awesome along with the Saints fans .Showed the home home fans how to get behind their team ..
Kelvin Davis awesome along with the Saints fans .Showed the home home fans how to get behind their team .. ssherbie28
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10:39am Sun 26 Sep 10

tawani says...

BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??
BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo?? tawani
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10:46am Sun 26 Sep 10

North Wales Saint says...

Really enjoyed our trip home over the Pennines after that win. There are three of us Saints supporters here in Prestatyn and two thirds of us made the trip yesterday. Thought the team played well and team spirit really good as could be seen from the celebrations at the end. Kelvin kept us in the game and I must make a special mention of Dan Seaborne who I thought was tremendous.
Really enjoyed our trip home over the Pennines after that win. There are three of us Saints supporters here in Prestatyn and two thirds of us made the trip yesterday. Thought the team played well and team spirit really good as could be seen from the celebrations at the end. Kelvin kept us in the game and I must make a special mention of Dan Seaborne who I thought was tremendous. North Wales Saint
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10:48am Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

slugger wrote:
i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning !
I dare you to put that bet on in Corals in Fratton
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning ![/p][/quote]I dare you to put that bet on in Corals in Fratton Gossie.
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10:55am Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

Gossie. wrote:
slugger wrote: i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning !
I dare you to put that bet on in Corals in Fratton
lol....picking up the winnings would be interesting too.
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning ![/p][/quote]I dare you to put that bet on in Corals in Fratton[/p][/quote]lol....picking up the winnings would be interesting too. slugger
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11:00am Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

slugger wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
slugger wrote: i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning !
I dare you to put that bet on in Corals in Fratton
lol....picking up the winnings would be interesting too.
Somehow don't think you would be in the best of health to spend it, but at least you would be able to afford to go private
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: i wonder what odds you'd get on saints,brighton and bournemouth to go up and pompey to come down ?...just one of my happy thoughts this morning ![/p][/quote]I dare you to put that bet on in Corals in Fratton[/p][/quote]lol....picking up the winnings would be interesting too.[/p][/quote]Somehow don't think you would be in the best of health to spend it, but at least you would be able to afford to go private Gossie.
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11:06am Sun 26 Sep 10

Barcelona Saint says...

Well done lads. Let this be the first of many under NA. After all, that is what you're paid for!

Get in you Saints!
Well done lads. Let this be the first of many under NA. After all, that is what you're paid for! Get in you Saints! Barcelona Saint
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11:15am Sun 26 Sep 10

Baguette says...

slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.
how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words !
Yeah you'll be champions. I can't believe the arrogance of some of your fans. You've had a desperate start. Yesterday could have gone either way between you and Wednesday.

In answer to the other goon who was saying Brighton will fade we'll see. As for Bournemouth getting promoted why not. Would be good to see 2 south coast clubs promoted together. 2 clubs who run their finances in the correct manner.

Up the Albion! Top of the tree!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.[/p][/quote]how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words ![/p][/quote]Yeah you'll be champions. I can't believe the arrogance of some of your fans. You've had a desperate start. Yesterday could have gone either way between you and Wednesday. In answer to the other goon who was saying Brighton will fade we'll see. As for Bournemouth getting promoted why not. Would be good to see 2 south coast clubs promoted together. 2 clubs who run their finances in the correct manner. Up the Albion! Top of the tree! Baguette
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11:25am Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

Baguette wrote:
slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.
how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words !
Yeah you'll be champions. I can't believe the arrogance of some of your fans. You've had a desperate start. Yesterday could have gone either way between you and Wednesday. In answer to the other goon who was saying Brighton will fade we'll see. As for Bournemouth getting promoted why not. Would be good to see 2 south coast clubs promoted together. 2 clubs who run their finances in the correct manner. Up the Albion! Top of the tree!
I think Brighton have every chance this season. The new ground is looking good, and what better incentive to make the Chapionship.
It's not arrogance, our team is a big club, the structure is a prem structure, as such expectations are aways going to be high. Even our crappiest size crowds are going to be twice the size of most teams best in this league
[quote][p][bold]Baguette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.[/p][/quote]how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words ![/p][/quote]Yeah you'll be champions. I can't believe the arrogance of some of your fans. You've had a desperate start. Yesterday could have gone either way between you and Wednesday. In answer to the other goon who was saying Brighton will fade we'll see. As for Bournemouth getting promoted why not. Would be good to see 2 south coast clubs promoted together. 2 clubs who run their finances in the correct manner. Up the Albion! Top of the tree![/p][/quote]I think Brighton have every chance this season. The new ground is looking good, and what better incentive to make the Chapionship. It's not arrogance, our team is a big club, the structure is a prem structure, as such expectations are aways going to be high. Even our crappiest size crowds are going to be twice the size of most teams best in this league Gossie.
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11:31am Sun 26 Sep 10

OSPREYSAINT says...

Chelsea 2 Saints 4 Ok it was the Under 18's but looks like the winning mentality is spreading. Sam Hoskins bagged a brace and is looking to be a good prospect.
Chelsea 2 Saints 4 Ok it was the Under 18's but looks like the winning mentality is spreading. Sam Hoskins bagged a brace and is looking to be a good prospect. OSPREYSAINT
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12:05pm Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

Oy, that bloke who called me a goon. I am a gooness...why can't people get it right!
Oy, that bloke who called me a goon. I am a gooness...why can't people get it right! franiow
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12:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Chelsea 2 Saints 4 Ok it was the Under 18's but looks like the winning mentality is spreading. Sam Hoskins bagged a brace and is looking to be a good prospect.
Also mathew reece (triallist) scored. He played with the reserves recently. So they are having a good look at him.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Chelsea 2 Saints 4 Ok it was the Under 18's but looks like the winning mentality is spreading. Sam Hoskins bagged a brace and is looking to be a good prospect.[/p][/quote]Also mathew reece (triallist) scored. He played with the reserves recently. So they are having a good look at him. franiow
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12:28pm Sun 26 Sep 10

RedArmy1 says...

Saints are up and running and now must be consistent for the rest of the season and keep winning.


When Nigel has his regular chats with the Chairman and the subject of money and players come up - think of this :


Crowds are 5.6% down - the poor start to the season has seen their home league attendances take a slight nosedive. Last season Saints averaged 20,982. Average is down to 19,805.

Saints average however is much higher then the majority of Clubs in the Championship which is where the Club is heading. Make no mistake the step up to the Championship is a huge one.

A call to every Saints Supporter out there - If you are gonna go to one game this season - make it next Saturday Bournemouth at St Mary's.

Unless we get Pompey in the FA Cup - this is the game (as well as Brighton) that every Saints supporter wants blood sweat and tears from the Players and the right result.

Red Army. COYR
Saints are up and running and now must be consistent for the rest of the season and keep winning. When Nigel has his regular chats with the Chairman and the subject of money and players come up - think of this : Crowds are 5.6% down - the poor start to the season has seen their home league attendances take a slight nosedive. Last season Saints averaged 20,982. Average is down to 19,805. Saints average however is much higher then the majority of Clubs in the Championship which is where the Club is heading. Make no mistake the step up to the Championship is a huge one. A call to every Saints Supporter out there - If you are gonna go to one game this season - make it next Saturday Bournemouth at St Mary's. Unless we get Pompey in the FA Cup - this is the game (as well as Brighton) that every Saints supporter wants blood sweat and tears from the Players and the right result. Red Army. COYR RedArmy1
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12:37pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

tawani wrote:
BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??
correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?
[quote][p][bold]tawani[/bold] wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??[/p][/quote]correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you? hedge end bob
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12:43pm Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.
Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR. franiow
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12:53pm Sun 26 Sep 10

BaddeselyBob says...

We would love to give you another thrashing in the FA cup, its good for our morale and just in case you didn't notice we won 6-1 on Friday.
I reckon if Nigel done that you would sack him the next day.
You lot will be lucky to make top half of ther table.
We would love to give you another thrashing in the FA cup, its good for our morale and just in case you didn't notice we won 6-1 on Friday. I reckon if Nigel done that you would sack him the next day. You lot will be lucky to make top half of ther table. BaddeselyBob
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1:01pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

hedge end bob wrote:
tawani wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??
correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?
Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tawani[/bold] wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??[/p][/quote]correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?[/p][/quote]Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside. Gossie.
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1:01pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

BaddeselyBob wrote:
We would love to give you another thrashing in the FA cup, its good for our morale and just in case you didn't notice we won 6-1 on Friday. I reckon if Nigel done that you would sack him the next day. You lot will be lucky to make top half of ther table.
GO AWAY SKATE. YOU ARE ONLY TRYING TO WIND PEOPLE UP. YOU CHOSE THE WRONG TIME, WRONG PLACE AS ALWAYS. ONLY ONE TEAM IN HAMPSHIRE.
[quote][p][bold]BaddeselyBob[/bold] wrote: We would love to give you another thrashing in the FA cup, its good for our morale and just in case you didn't notice we won 6-1 on Friday. I reckon if Nigel done that you would sack him the next day. You lot will be lucky to make top half of ther table.[/p][/quote]GO AWAY SKATE. YOU ARE ONLY TRYING TO WIND PEOPLE UP. YOU CHOSE THE WRONG TIME, WRONG PLACE AS ALWAYS. ONLY ONE TEAM IN HAMPSHIRE. hedge end bob
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1:05pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
tawani wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??
correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?
Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside.
GOSSIE hears a laugh after my post to BADSLEYBOB, my s/w word for this post is PAGE-FISH. NOTTS COUNTY there might be a spot in the car?
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tawani[/bold] wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??[/p][/quote]correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?[/p][/quote]Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside.[/p][/quote]GOSSIE hears a laugh after my post to BADSLEYBOB, my s/w word for this post is PAGE-FISH. NOTTS COUNTY there might be a spot in the car? hedge end bob
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1:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

Most of the goals come from home games : home for. 13.. ag.4.. away for 6..ag..5..so not quite so much to fear away from their shed!!!
Most of the goals come from home games : home for. 13.. ag.4.. away for 6..ag..5..so not quite so much to fear away from their shed!!! hedge end bob
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1:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.
Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it. Bada Bing
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1:16pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

hedge end bob wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
tawani wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??
correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?
Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside.
GOSSIE hears a laugh after my post to BADSLEYBOB, my s/w word for this post is PAGE-FISH. NOTTS COUNTY there might be a spot in the car?
Oh and before you ask, i've just printed off a route map. Me i'm a recycled teenager.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tawani[/bold] wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??[/p][/quote]correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?[/p][/quote]Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside.[/p][/quote]GOSSIE hears a laugh after my post to BADSLEYBOB, my s/w word for this post is PAGE-FISH. NOTTS COUNTY there might be a spot in the car?[/p][/quote]Oh and before you ask, i've just printed off a route map. Me i'm a recycled teenager. hedge end bob
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1:22pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

Bada Bing wrote:
Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.
Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around.
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.[/p][/quote]Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around. hedge end bob
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1:27pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

hedge end bob wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
tawani wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??
correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?
Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside.
GOSSIE hears a laugh after my post to BADSLEYBOB, my s/w word for this post is PAGE-FISH. NOTTS COUNTY there might be a spot in the car?
Oh and before you ask, i've just printed off a route map. Me i'm a recycled teenager.
It beats Sat Nav.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tawani[/bold] wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??[/p][/quote]correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?[/p][/quote]Knocking the half century Bob on the outside, 21 on the inside.[/p][/quote]GOSSIE hears a laugh after my post to BADSLEYBOB, my s/w word for this post is PAGE-FISH. NOTTS COUNTY there might be a spot in the car?[/p][/quote]Oh and before you ask, i've just printed off a route map. Me i'm a recycled teenager.[/p][/quote]It beats Sat Nav. Gossie.
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1:28pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

franiow wrote:
Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.
franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!!
[quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.[/p][/quote]franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!! hedge end bob
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1:29pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

hedge end bob wrote:
Bada Bing wrote: Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.
Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around.
I didn't realise so many people lived in Baddersley. I thought it was only Bill. Now he's got Dave and Bob to play with, that should keep him happy
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.[/p][/quote]Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around.[/p][/quote]I didn't realise so many people lived in Baddersley. I thought it was only Bill. Now he's got Dave and Bob to play with, that should keep him happy Gossie.
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1:39pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

hedge end bob wrote:
Bada Bing wrote: Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.
Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around.
Seems a bit paranoid have you seen a doctor about your problem?
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.[/p][/quote]Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around.[/p][/quote]Seems a bit paranoid have you seen a doctor about your problem? Bada Bing
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1:50pm Sun 26 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

I must smile at the 6-1 jibe - against 10-men when the player sent off was a completely wrong decision!
I like debate with the rest, but we have enough doom bringers on here without the spectre of Portsmouth FC looming on these pages!
All are welcome obviously - but please let's try to avoid the "P" word in future and concentrate on the south coast club, with super fickle fans, born with a tinge of optimism (which sometimes boils over into enthusiasm), and a bank balance to envy by nearly every other club in the football league.
The Markus Liebherr Express is now on track - don't miss it as it is going to be the ride of a lifetime!
I must smile at the 6-1 jibe - against 10-men when the player sent off was a completely wrong decision! I like debate with the rest, but we have enough doom bringers on here without the spectre of Portsmouth FC looming on these pages! All are welcome obviously - but please let's try to avoid the "P" word in future and concentrate on the south coast club, with super fickle fans, born with a tinge of optimism (which sometimes boils over into enthusiasm), and a bank balance to envy by nearly every other club in the football league. The Markus Liebherr Express is now on track - don't miss it as it is going to be the ride of a lifetime! St.Yorkie
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2:08pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
I must smile at the 6-1 jibe - against 10-men when the player sent off was a completely wrong decision! I like debate with the rest, but we have enough doom bringers on here without the spectre of Portsmouth FC looming on these pages! All are welcome obviously - but please let's try to avoid the "P" word in future and concentrate on the south coast club, with super fickle fans, born with a tinge of optimism (which sometimes boils over into enthusiasm), and a bank balance to envy by nearly every other club in the football league. The Markus Liebherr Express is now on track - don't miss it as it is going to be the ride of a lifetime!
agree with you yorkie. Wil just ignore all from down the road, they only do it because they have just come to where we are going.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: I must smile at the 6-1 jibe - against 10-men when the player sent off was a completely wrong decision! I like debate with the rest, but we have enough doom bringers on here without the spectre of Portsmouth FC looming on these pages! All are welcome obviously - but please let's try to avoid the "P" word in future and concentrate on the south coast club, with super fickle fans, born with a tinge of optimism (which sometimes boils over into enthusiasm), and a bank balance to envy by nearly every other club in the football league. The Markus Liebherr Express is now on track - don't miss it as it is going to be the ride of a lifetime![/p][/quote]agree with you yorkie. Wil just ignore all from down the road, they only do it because they have just come to where we are going. hedge end bob
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2:26pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
Bada Bing wrote: Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.
Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around.
I didn't realise so many people lived in Baddersley. I thought it was only Bill. Now he's got Dave and Bob to play with, that should keep him happy
There is only one Bob in Baddesley, and he frequents the goldfish bowl on my kitchen window sill. I knew there was something fishy about him....do I flush him or what? :O)
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Not very nice from Hedge Row Bob, no need to shout but all are welcome to express a view so get use to it.[/p][/quote]Are you baddesley bob? like a little fly keeps buzzing around.[/p][/quote]I didn't realise so many people lived in Baddersley. I thought it was only Bill. Now he's got Dave and Bob to play with, that should keep him happy[/p][/quote]There is only one Bob in Baddesley, and he frequents the goldfish bowl on my kitchen window sill. I knew there was something fishy about him....do I flush him or what? :O) Baddesley Bill
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2:33pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

You saints fans are so deluded, couple of more years in the third divsion for you. You can't live on your past glory for ever, what was it a FA Cup win in 1976? Thats 34 years ago.
With so much money in the bank you would have thought you could have bought some decent players in the last transfer window or even a top manager, you were hoping for O'Neill you got Adkins thats like thinking about buying something from Harrods then ending up in Poundland. Mind you probably spent all your money on Mr pardew's compensation package.
Exactly how much money do you have?
You saints fans are so deluded, couple of more years in the third divsion for you. You can't live on your past glory for ever, what was it a FA Cup win in 1976? Thats 34 years ago. With so much money in the bank you would have thought you could have bought some decent players in the last transfer window or even a top manager, you were hoping for O'Neill you got Adkins thats like thinking about buying something from Harrods then ending up in Poundland. Mind you probably spent all your money on Mr pardew's compensation package. Exactly how much money do you have? Bada Bing
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2:43pm Sun 26 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

Bada Bing wrote:
You saints fans are so deluded, couple of more years in the third divsion for you. You can't live on your past glory for ever, what was it a FA Cup win in 1976? Thats 34 years ago. With so much money in the bank you would have thought you could have bought some decent players in the last transfer window or even a top manager, you were hoping for O'Neill you got Adkins thats like thinking about buying something from Harrods then ending up in Poundland. Mind you probably spent all your money on Mr pardew's compensation package. Exactly how much money do you have?
We haven't had time to count it all yet!
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: You saints fans are so deluded, couple of more years in the third divsion for you. You can't live on your past glory for ever, what was it a FA Cup win in 1976? Thats 34 years ago. With so much money in the bank you would have thought you could have bought some decent players in the last transfer window or even a top manager, you were hoping for O'Neill you got Adkins thats like thinking about buying something from Harrods then ending up in Poundland. Mind you probably spent all your money on Mr pardew's compensation package. Exactly how much money do you have?[/p][/quote]We haven't had time to count it all yet! St.Yorkie
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3:06pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Bada Bing wrote: You saints fans are so deluded, couple of more years in the third divsion for you. You can't live on your past glory for ever, what was it a FA Cup win in 1976? Thats 34 years ago. With so much money in the bank you would have thought you could have bought some decent players in the last transfer window or even a top manager, you were hoping for O'Neill you got Adkins thats like thinking about buying something from Harrods then ending up in Poundland. Mind you probably spent all your money on Mr pardew's compensation package. Exactly how much money do you have?
We haven't had time to count it all yet!
Potlessmuff are still shaking out the guidedog charity box on the empty social club bar before they state their current financial state of play...a couple of seasons bought success comes at a price, it would seem...What odds on us to take their place in the Championship?....tod
ay, I feel lucky! :O)
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: You saints fans are so deluded, couple of more years in the third divsion for you. You can't live on your past glory for ever, what was it a FA Cup win in 1976? Thats 34 years ago. With so much money in the bank you would have thought you could have bought some decent players in the last transfer window or even a top manager, you were hoping for O'Neill you got Adkins thats like thinking about buying something from Harrods then ending up in Poundland. Mind you probably spent all your money on Mr pardew's compensation package. Exactly how much money do you have?[/p][/quote]We haven't had time to count it all yet![/p][/quote]Potlessmuff are still shaking out the guidedog charity box on the empty social club bar before they state their current financial state of play...a couple of seasons bought success comes at a price, it would seem...What odds on us to take their place in the Championship?....tod ay, I feel lucky! :O) Baddesley Bill
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3:18pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Costa Baz says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
Saints are up and running and now must be consistent for the rest of the season and keep winning.


When Nigel has his regular chats with the Chairman and the subject of money and players come up - think of this :


Crowds are 5.6% down - the poor start to the season has seen their home league attendances take a slight nosedive. Last season Saints averaged 20,982. Average is down to 19,805.

Saints average however is much higher then the majority of Clubs in the Championship which is where the Club is heading. Make no mistake the step up to the Championship is a huge one.

A call to every Saints Supporter out there - If you are gonna go to one game this season - make it next Saturday Bournemouth at St Mary's.

Unless we get Pompey in the FA Cup - this is the game (as well as Brighton) that every Saints supporter wants blood sweat and tears from the Players and the right result.

Red Army. COYR
Although crowds may be down on average, I think it's a bit too early to worry about it.
August and September are holiday months, when crowds have a tendency to dip, plus we have had such a poor start it is only natural that the less committed won't turn up to watch a poor performance, that doesn't result in a win.

Get a few good results strung together and I think the crowd figure will move in the right direction.
Incidentally, how does our average compare with the fish fiddlers?
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Saints are up and running and now must be consistent for the rest of the season and keep winning. When Nigel has his regular chats with the Chairman and the subject of money and players come up - think of this : Crowds are 5.6% down - the poor start to the season has seen their home league attendances take a slight nosedive. Last season Saints averaged 20,982. Average is down to 19,805. Saints average however is much higher then the majority of Clubs in the Championship which is where the Club is heading. Make no mistake the step up to the Championship is a huge one. A call to every Saints Supporter out there - If you are gonna go to one game this season - make it next Saturday Bournemouth at St Mary's. Unless we get Pompey in the FA Cup - this is the game (as well as Brighton) that every Saints supporter wants blood sweat and tears from the Players and the right result. Red Army. COYR[/p][/quote]Although crowds may be down on average, I think it's a bit too early to worry about it. August and September are holiday months, when crowds have a tendency to dip, plus we have had such a poor start it is only natural that the less committed won't turn up to watch a poor performance, that doesn't result in a win. Get a few good results strung together and I think the crowd figure will move in the right direction. Incidentally, how does our average compare with the fish fiddlers? Costa Baz
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3:23pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Footso says...

hedge end bob wrote:
tawani wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??
correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?
Yes Bob, he scored a "perfect" hat-trick against Wolves, (when he was playing for Palace, I think). He can play in pretty much any position, and could prove to be a great asset!
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tawani[/bold] wrote: BUTTERFIELD if butterfield is good on the ball but not a rb then where should he play,,,is he fast enough for the wing or is he cover for the centre mid duo??[/p][/quote]correct me if i'm wrong, but did he not score three goals in a game,? you never know. look at KEVIN PHILLIPS he was a right back at first. gossie dont get me wrong but how old are you?[/p][/quote]Yes Bob, he scored a "perfect" hat-trick against Wolves, (when he was playing for Palace, I think). He can play in pretty much any position, and could prove to be a great asset! Footso
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3:41pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

Baguette wrote:
slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.
how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words !
Yeah you'll be champions. I can't believe the arrogance of some of your fans. You've had a desperate start. Yesterday could have gone either way between you and Wednesday. In answer to the other goon who was saying Brighton will fade we'll see. As for Bournemouth getting promoted why not. Would be good to see 2 south coast clubs promoted together. 2 clubs who run their finances in the correct manner. Up the Albion! Top of the tree!
it's confidence not arrogance.....if however i went onto brighton's local rag comments section and gobbed off.....well THAT WOULD be arrogant !(got a mirror handy ?).....ps...does your boyfriend mind you talking to men on the internet ?
[quote][p][bold]Baguette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Back from the game with some of the forum. Good value for the win - at times we kept possession really well. Created plenty of chances - but the officials were blind - booking Hammo & Spiderman for what I thought were fair challenges. The away fans were excellent again - Wednesday were woeful. Rickie still out of sorts but linking play was much better. A big mention for Kelvin - two world class saves at the end. The celebrations at the end were all there to be seen - it meant a lot to the squad and the manager. Onwards and upwards - we're on the march at last. Wednesday are a good team - but they seem to be hiting the sort of bad patch we were having - nothing going right. Not sure what to make the win so special...I was there for one minus the sash shirt. I drove there in the Mazda and met up with some new commrades in arms...all coincidences, can I go every week now? WELL DONE LADS - the weekend is always so much better when WE win together.[/p][/quote]how were gossie and puppy ?....hope they behaved ! excellent win,champions anyone ? got a bet (£50 with the landlord of my local,brighton fan and full of it !)that saints will finish above brighton.....i believe my money is safe....we'll win this league...mark my words ![/p][/quote]Yeah you'll be champions. I can't believe the arrogance of some of your fans. You've had a desperate start. Yesterday could have gone either way between you and Wednesday. In answer to the other goon who was saying Brighton will fade we'll see. As for Bournemouth getting promoted why not. Would be good to see 2 south coast clubs promoted together. 2 clubs who run their finances in the correct manner. Up the Albion! Top of the tree![/p][/quote]it's confidence not arrogance.....if however i went onto brighton's local rag comments section and gobbed off.....well THAT WOULD be arrogant !(got a mirror handy ?).....ps...does your boyfriend mind you talking to men on the internet ? slugger
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4:09pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

I am on a mercy mission, we use to have this poster on our message boards called "apardewseadandwhite
army". How his witty remarks kept us amused, but now nothing, has he topped himself? has he been caught shoplifting at Poundland? In hospital a case of the pox?
Please let us know whats happened to him we are a caring bunch and always ready to laugh at those less fortunate.
I am on a mercy mission, we use to have this poster on our message boards called "apardewseadandwhite army". How his witty remarks kept us amused, but now nothing, has he topped himself? has he been caught shoplifting at Poundland? In hospital a case of the pox? Please let us know whats happened to him we are a caring bunch and always ready to laugh at those less fortunate. Bada Bing
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4:14pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

Bada Bing wrote:
I am on a mercy mission, we use to have this poster on our message boards called "apardewseadandwhite army". How his witty remarks kept us amused, but now nothing, has he topped himself? has he been caught shoplifting at Poundland? In hospital a case of the pox? Please let us know whats happened to him we are a caring bunch and always ready to laugh at those less fortunate.
never herd of him,but admire the concern......i assume you mean the news site.....may come back my-self for some friendly banter,some of you are really ok !
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: I am on a mercy mission, we use to have this poster on our message boards called "apardewseadandwhite army". How his witty remarks kept us amused, but now nothing, has he topped himself? has he been caught shoplifting at Poundland? In hospital a case of the pox? Please let us know whats happened to him we are a caring bunch and always ready to laugh at those less fortunate.[/p][/quote]never herd of him,but admire the concern......i assume you mean the news site.....may come back my-self for some friendly banter,some of you are really ok ! slugger
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4:17pm Sun 26 Sep 10

seedhouse says...

Bada Bing wrote:
I am on a mercy mission, we use to have this poster on our message boards called "apardewseadandwhite army". How his witty remarks kept us amused, but now nothing, has he topped himself? has he been caught shoplifting at Poundland? In hospital a case of the pox? Please let us know whats happened to him we are a caring bunch and always ready to laugh at those less fortunate.
Trouble is there isn't anyone less fortunate than you lot!
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: I am on a mercy mission, we use to have this poster on our message boards called "apardewseadandwhite army". How his witty remarks kept us amused, but now nothing, has he topped himself? has he been caught shoplifting at Poundland? In hospital a case of the pox? Please let us know whats happened to him we are a caring bunch and always ready to laugh at those less fortunate.[/p][/quote]Trouble is there isn't anyone less fortunate than you lot! seedhouse
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4:30pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

Now a couple of months you were dead certs for automatic promotion as champions, a quick look at the third division table see's you where? 18th you have scored one goal in six games (by the way we scored six goals in one game on Friday).
In my book thats makes you less fortunate than us, anyway best of luck in the JPT next season.
Now a couple of months you were dead certs for automatic promotion as champions, a quick look at the third division table see's you where? 18th you have scored one goal in six games (by the way we scored six goals in one game on Friday). In my book thats makes you less fortunate than us, anyway best of luck in the JPT next season. Bada Bing
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4:31pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

i assume sound ranger has been terminated after coming out as a closet saint ?
i assume sound ranger has been terminated after coming out as a closet saint ? slugger
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4:34pm Sun 26 Sep 10

seedhouse says...

Bada Bing wrote:
Now a couple of months you were dead certs for automatic promotion as champions, a quick look at the third division table see's you where? 18th you have scored one goal in six games (by the way we scored six goals in one game on Friday). In my book thats makes you less fortunate than us, anyway best of luck in the JPT next season.
It's good you come on here. It gives us someone to laugh at and your sister gets a little respite from your fiddling ways.
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Now a couple of months you were dead certs for automatic promotion as champions, a quick look at the third division table see's you where? 18th you have scored one goal in six games (by the way we scored six goals in one game on Friday). In my book thats makes you less fortunate than us, anyway best of luck in the JPT next season.[/p][/quote]It's good you come on here. It gives us someone to laugh at and your sister gets a little respite from your fiddling ways. seedhouse
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4:41pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

I just remembered who the other top team in the third division, Brighton top of the league well done to the Seagulls.
What is it about you lot and sisters? you need to think beyond your own families.
I just remembered who the other top team in the third division, Brighton top of the league well done to the Seagulls. What is it about you lot and sisters? you need to think beyond your own families. Bada Bing
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4:44pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Q: What does a Pompey supporter use as a contraceptive?
A: His personality :O)
Q: What does a Pompey supporter use as a contraceptive? A: His personality :O) Baddesley Bill
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4:46pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Enrico Palazzo says...

Bada Bing wrote:
I just remembered who the other top team in the third division, Brighton top of the league well done to the Seagulls. What is it about you lot and sisters? you need to think beyond your own families.
Yawn - time to find something else to do with your life.
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: I just remembered who the other top team in the third division, Brighton top of the league well done to the Seagulls. What is it about you lot and sisters? you need to think beyond your own families.[/p][/quote]Yawn - time to find something else to do with your life. Enrico Palazzo
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4:49pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

This one is better

Q. Two saints supporters jump off a cliff. Who wins?

A. Society.
This one is better Q. Two saints supporters jump off a cliff. Who wins? A. Society. Bada Bing
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4:51pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Enrico Palazzo says...

Bada Bing wrote:
This one is better Q. Two saints supporters jump off a cliff. Who wins? A. Society.
Hushhhhhhhhhhhhh...
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: This one is better Q. Two saints supporters jump off a cliff. Who wins? A. Society.[/p][/quote]Hushhhhhhhhhhhhh... Enrico Palazzo
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4:56pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

Bada Bing wrote:
This one is better Q. Two saints supporters jump off a cliff. Who wins? A. Society.
two pompey supporters jump off a cliff.........andron
ako (or whatever the crook's name is)say's..."that's it then,50% of the fan-base gone,i'm off with my big fat fee!"
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: This one is better Q. Two saints supporters jump off a cliff. Who wins? A. Society.[/p][/quote]two pompey supporters jump off a cliff.........andron ako (or whatever the crook's name is)say's..."that's it then,50% of the fan-base gone,i'm off with my big fat fee!" slugger
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4:58pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

You know you're a Pompey supporter when your halloween pumpkin has more teeth than yer missis! :O)
You know you're a Pompey supporter when your halloween pumpkin has more teeth than yer missis! :O) Baddesley Bill
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5:01pm Sun 26 Sep 10

seedhouse says...

Two jewish men turn up at the Portsmuff ticket office and ask the fat cow for two season tickets. The fat cow says "are you circumcised?" They say "of course". "Sorry" she says, "You have to be a complete knobb to support Portsmouth"
Two jewish men turn up at the Portsmuff ticket office and ask the fat cow for two season tickets. The fat cow says "are you circumcised?" They say "of course". "Sorry" she says, "You have to be a complete knobb to support Portsmouth" seedhouse
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5:07pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

Talking of teeth.
Did you know a saints supporter invented the toothbrush don't you? Otherwise it would have been called a teethbrush.
Talking of teeth. Did you know a saints supporter invented the toothbrush don't you? Otherwise it would have been called a teethbrush. Bada Bing
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5:12pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

How do you know someone is from Southampton?
They have been married three times and still have the same in-laws.
How do you know someone is from Southampton? They have been married three times and still have the same in-laws. Bada Bing
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5:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

What a lovely day, the sun is shining, the car has been cleaned, the skates are quiet, still trying to work out what number comes after 5, and we get three points and that awful rumour that Slugger started is just that. Jose's going nowhere.
Question for Balders, where are all the woodworm going to go when that old ark finally falls down
What a lovely day, the sun is shining, the car has been cleaned, the skates are quiet, still trying to work out what number comes after 5, and we get three points and that awful rumour that Slugger started is just that. Jose's going nowhere. Question for Balders, where are all the woodworm going to go when that old ark finally falls down Gossie.
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5:14pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

Bada Bing wrote:
How do you know someone is from Southampton? They have been married three times and still have the same in-laws.
You know mine then
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: How do you know someone is from Southampton? They have been married three times and still have the same in-laws.[/p][/quote]You know mine then Gossie.
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5:19pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

You know you're a pompey supporter when your caravan collapses and kills more than five dogs :O)
You know you're a pompey supporter when your caravan collapses and kills more than five dogs :O) Baddesley Bill
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5:21pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

Gossie. wrote:
What a lovely day, the sun is shining, the car has been cleaned, the skates are quiet, still trying to work out what number comes after 5, and we get three points and that awful rumour that Slugger started is just that. Jose's going nowhere. Question for Balders, where are all the woodworm going to go when that old ark finally falls down
watch it gossie.....you don't want to incur the wrath of slugger !......i can feel the quaking from sholing ;o)
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: What a lovely day, the sun is shining, the car has been cleaned, the skates are quiet, still trying to work out what number comes after 5, and we get three points and that awful rumour that Slugger started is just that. Jose's going nowhere. Question for Balders, where are all the woodworm going to go when that old ark finally falls down[/p][/quote]watch it gossie.....you don't want to incur the wrath of slugger !......i can feel the quaking from sholing ;o) slugger
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5:27pm Sun 26 Sep 10

RedArmy1 says...

Costa Baz wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Saints are up and running and now must be consistent for the rest of the season and keep winning.


When Nigel has his regular chats with the Chairman and the subject of money and players come up - think of this :


Crowds are 5.6% down - the poor start to the season has seen their home league attendances take a slight nosedive. Last season Saints averaged 20,982. Average is down to 19,805.

Saints average however is much higher then the majority of Clubs in the Championship which is where the Club is heading. Make no mistake the step up to the Championship is a huge one.

A call to every Saints Supporter out there - If you are gonna go to one game this season - make it next Saturday Bournemouth at St Mary's.

Unless we get Pompey in the FA Cup - this is the game (as well as Brighton) that every Saints supporter wants blood sweat and tears from the Players and the right result.

Red Army. COYR
Although crowds may be down on average, I think it's a bit too early to worry about it.
August and September are holiday months, when crowds have a tendency to dip, plus we have had such a poor start it is only natural that the less committed won't turn up to watch a poor performance, that doesn't result in a win.

Get a few good results strung together and I think the crowd figure will move in the right direction.
Incidentally, how does our average compare with the fish fiddlers?
Not surprisingly... Pompey were averaging 4,000 less than Saints prior to their home game against Leicester on Friday Night.

Down the road at Cherries their average crowds are up but not by much following promotion.

Eddie Howe's men were backed by an average home crowd of 5,719 during their 2009/10 promotion winning campaign.

This season they were averaging 5,965 ahead of this weekend's game against Carlisle.

Key Dates for all Saints Fans 2010.

Calling All Fans for Maximum attendance. Everyone will be UP for these games and in the pubs before the game.

Saturday Oct 2 Home against Bournemouth

Tuesday Nov 23 Home against Brighton & Hove Albion.


Saints made the mistake last season of not being bothered by Brighton. They were up for it - we weren't.

Saints then lost at Home and then Away although I could not see the game too well due to the cr*p ground - Saints clawed it back thanks to the crowd calling for Barney and getting a last minute equaliser and almost going on to win 3-2. It was a great night though and the crowd and chants were brilliant.

Even if on limited finance Key Dates 2011 :

Sat 12 Mar Bournemouth Away

Sat 23 Apr Brighton Away.

Never again - will Saints make the mistakes of last season. Winning Key games and getting the points in the bag will ensure promotion this season.

COYR
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Saints are up and running and now must be consistent for the rest of the season and keep winning. When Nigel has his regular chats with the Chairman and the subject of money and players come up - think of this : Crowds are 5.6% down - the poor start to the season has seen their home league attendances take a slight nosedive. Last season Saints averaged 20,982. Average is down to 19,805. Saints average however is much higher then the majority of Clubs in the Championship which is where the Club is heading. Make no mistake the step up to the Championship is a huge one. A call to every Saints Supporter out there - If you are gonna go to one game this season - make it next Saturday Bournemouth at St Mary's. Unless we get Pompey in the FA Cup - this is the game (as well as Brighton) that every Saints supporter wants blood sweat and tears from the Players and the right result. Red Army. COYR[/p][/quote]Although crowds may be down on average, I think it's a bit too early to worry about it. August and September are holiday months, when crowds have a tendency to dip, plus we have had such a poor start it is only natural that the less committed won't turn up to watch a poor performance, that doesn't result in a win. Get a few good results strung together and I think the crowd figure will move in the right direction. Incidentally, how does our average compare with the fish fiddlers?[/p][/quote]Not surprisingly... Pompey were averaging 4,000 less than Saints prior to their home game against Leicester on Friday Night. Down the road at Cherries their average crowds are up but not by much following promotion. Eddie Howe's men were backed by an average home crowd of 5,719 during their 2009/10 promotion winning campaign. This season they were averaging 5,965 ahead of this weekend's game against Carlisle. Key Dates for all Saints Fans 2010. Calling All Fans for Maximum attendance. Everyone will be UP for these games and in the pubs before the game. Saturday Oct 2 Home against Bournemouth Tuesday Nov 23 Home against Brighton & Hove Albion. Saints made the mistake last season of not being bothered by Brighton. They were up for it - we weren't. Saints then lost at Home and then Away although I could not see the game too well due to the cr*p ground - Saints clawed it back thanks to the crowd calling for Barney and getting a last minute equaliser and almost going on to win 3-2. It was a great night though and the crowd and chants were brilliant. Even if on limited finance Key Dates 2011 : Sat 12 Mar Bournemouth Away Sat 23 Apr Brighton Away. Never again - will Saints make the mistakes of last season. Winning Key games and getting the points in the bag will ensure promotion this season. COYR RedArmy1
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5:41pm Sun 26 Sep 10

franiow says...

Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect.
Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect. franiow
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5:58pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

RA1, don't forget the big Boxing day game at Charlton, and New Years Day game against Exeter.
Be nice to think that every game is a key game and will be well supported.
RA1, don't forget the big Boxing day game at Charlton, and New Years Day game against Exeter. Be nice to think that every game is a key game and will be well supported. Gossie.
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6:06pm Sun 26 Sep 10

freeroamer says...

Win our next two games and watch our home attendance suddenly head towards 23 or 24,000 average!
The players will react positively to the bigger crowds, and renewed success will snowball!
In the words of NA, "It really is as simple as that" :-)
Southampton till I die!!!!
Win our next two games and watch our home attendance suddenly head towards 23 or 24,000 average! The players will react positively to the bigger crowds, and renewed success will snowball! In the words of NA, "It really is as simple as that" :-) Southampton till I die!!!! freeroamer
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6:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

franiow wrote:
Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect.
Fran if you really wish to treat every team with respect I suggest that first of all you spell there name correctly, its Yeovil.
Do you think its such a good idea that every game is a cup game considering how many cup games you have won this year?
Apart from that your post is OK which makes a nice change for this forum.
[quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect.[/p][/quote]Fran if you really wish to treat every team with respect I suggest that first of all you spell there name correctly, its Yeovil. Do you think its such a good idea that every game is a cup game considering how many cup games you have won this year? Apart from that your post is OK which makes a nice change for this forum. Bada Bing
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6:25pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Bada Bing wrote:
franiow wrote: Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect.
Fran if you really wish to treat every team with respect I suggest that first of all you spell there name correctly, its Yeovil. Do you think its such a good idea that every game is a cup game considering how many cup games you have won this year? Apart from that your post is OK which makes a nice change for this forum.
"spell 'there' name correctly"....pricel
ess...a proper "doh!" moment! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect.[/p][/quote]Fran if you really wish to treat every team with respect I suggest that first of all you spell there name correctly, its Yeovil. Do you think its such a good idea that every game is a cup game considering how many cup games you have won this year? Apart from that your post is OK which makes a nice change for this forum.[/p][/quote]"spell 'there' name correctly"....pricel ess...a proper "doh!" moment! :O) Baddesley Bill
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6:28pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Footso says...

Bada Bing wrote:
franiow wrote: Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect.
Fran if you really wish to treat every team with respect I suggest that first of all you spell there name correctly, its Yeovil. Do you think its such a good idea that every game is a cup game considering how many cup games you have won this year? Apart from that your post is OK which makes a nice change for this forum.
Bada, if you are going to pick people up on their spelling, it is advisable to know the difference between "there" and "their". There's a good fellow.
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Agree every game is a cup game from now on. We don't want to miss out this year. The trouble is that with a thin squad NA has to keep them motivated. None of this: its only Yoevil (insert other team name). No good beating top teams and losing valuable points in matches we should win. Treat every team with respect.[/p][/quote]Fran if you really wish to treat every team with respect I suggest that first of all you spell there name correctly, its Yeovil. Do you think its such a good idea that every game is a cup game considering how many cup games you have won this year? Apart from that your post is OK which makes a nice change for this forum.[/p][/quote]Bada, if you are going to pick people up on their spelling, it is advisable to know the difference between "there" and "their". There's a good fellow. Footso
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6:30pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Footso says...

You beat me to it, Billy, you swine! :->
You beat me to it, Billy, you swine! :-> Footso
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6:33pm Sun 26 Sep 10

RedArmy1 says...

Gossie. wrote:
RA1, don't forget the big Boxing day game at Charlton, and New Years Day game against Exeter.
Be nice to think that every game is a key game and will be well supported.
The season is underway and Saints have had quite a season already -sorrow with Saint Markus and disruption and freefall (meltdown) with the sacking of Manager Alan Pardew.

In comes Nigel and the win on Saturday.

Saints are back in business - it's official.

The Team is well supported and taking it game by game I will be at the Yeovil game and then Bournemouth.

Also marked in the Calendar is the Big Boxing Day Game and New Years Day Game etc

The issue with Brighton and Bournemouth is where lots of local fans flood St Mary's - out shout - out muscle (and although minnows) take on the Saints - give it 150% - get some sort of result and have bragging rights.

2010 - the call is for the fans to take up the challenge -and WIN.

All games from now on are very important - all need to be well supported.

The local games which mean everything to the supporters need even more from - the Club - the Manager -Players and the Fans and the Daily Echo.

Enough about the Fans - the Players need to be motivated and prepared by Nigel and believe that this season is their year for promotion.

The Manager needs to continue to work hard but also get those vital players in to give the Team even more than they have already. Gotta know when to spend.

(Take Arsenal - too tight to buy a Keeper.... see yesterday's fiasco vs WBA ... no League Title or Champions League Cup for them.)

Hopefully Nigel can give the Chairman a reality check from time to time and if we need to get in more resources - then we do.

Red Army. COYR
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: RA1, don't forget the big Boxing day game at Charlton, and New Years Day game against Exeter. Be nice to think that every game is a key game and will be well supported.[/p][/quote]The season is underway and Saints have had quite a season already -sorrow with Saint Markus and disruption and freefall (meltdown) with the sacking of Manager Alan Pardew. In comes Nigel and the win on Saturday. Saints are back in business - it's official. The Team is well supported and taking it game by game I will be at the Yeovil game and then Bournemouth. Also marked in the Calendar is the Big Boxing Day Game and New Years Day Game etc The issue with Brighton and Bournemouth is where lots of local fans flood St Mary's - out shout - out muscle (and although minnows) take on the Saints - give it 150% - get some sort of result and have bragging rights. 2010 - the call is for the fans to take up the challenge -and WIN. All games from now on are very important - all need to be well supported. The local games which mean everything to the supporters need even more from - the Club - the Manager -Players and the Fans and the Daily Echo. Enough about the Fans - the Players need to be motivated and prepared by Nigel and believe that this season is their year for promotion. The Manager needs to continue to work hard but also get those vital players in to give the Team even more than they have already. Gotta know when to spend. (Take Arsenal - too tight to buy a Keeper.... see yesterday's fiasco vs WBA ... no League Title or Champions League Cup for them.) Hopefully Nigel can give the Chairman a reality check from time to time and if we need to get in more resources - then we do. Red Army. COYR RedArmy1
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6:34pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bada Bing says...

Thats poor grammar not poor spelling
Thats poor grammar not poor spelling Bada Bing
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6:35pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Footso wrote:
You beat me to it, Billy, you swine! :->
Sorry mate...stole "you're" thunder! lol
[quote][p][bold]Footso[/bold] wrote: You beat me to it, Billy, you swine! :->[/p][/quote]Sorry mate...stole "you're" thunder! lol Baddesley Bill
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6:40pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Bada Bing wrote:
Thats poor grammar not poor spelling
Bally hell Balders....is it you?...I hear your guys made some ground on Friday night...is the war won yet?
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling[/p][/quote]Bally hell Balders....is it you?...I hear your guys made some ground on Friday night...is the war won yet? Baddesley Bill
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6:45pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

Bada Bing wrote:
Thats poor grammar not poor spelling
it's poor spelling baldrick....i should know,i'm an expert.
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling[/p][/quote]it's poor spelling baldrick....i should know,i'm an expert. slugger
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7:03pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

slugger wrote:
Bada Bing wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling
it's poor spelling baldrick....i should know,i'm an expert.
He's changed his name bro....but he knows his future....it is bright...and it is red n white! COYR!!!! :O)
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling[/p][/quote]it's poor spelling baldrick....i should know,i'm an expert.[/p][/quote]He's changed his name bro....but he knows his future....it is bright...and it is red n white! COYR!!!! :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bronson69 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
slugger wrote:
Bada Bing wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling
it's poor spelling baldrick....i should know,i'm an expert.
He's changed his name bro....but he knows his future....it is bright...and it is red n white! COYR!!!! :O)
I thought his future was blue and white which = Total shi@e. :)
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling[/p][/quote]it's poor spelling baldrick....i should know,i'm an expert.[/p][/quote]He's changed his name bro....but he knows his future....it is bright...and it is red n white! COYR!!!! :O)[/p][/quote]I thought his future was blue and white which = Total shi@e. :) Bronson69
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7:20pm Sun 26 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

He plays on the left
He plays on the right
Adam Lallana
Makes Messi look sh*te

Rang around Hillsborough a number of times
He plays on the left He plays on the right Adam Lallana Makes Messi look sh*te Rang around Hillsborough a number of times St.Yorkie
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7:28pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bronson69 says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
He plays on the left
He plays on the right
Adam Lallana
Makes Messi look sh*te

Rang around Hillsborough a number of times
Quality !
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: He plays on the left He plays on the right Adam Lallana Makes Messi look sh*te Rang around Hillsborough a number of times[/p][/quote]Quality ! Bronson69
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7:45pm Sun 26 Sep 10

JGSaint says...

Bada Bing wrote:
Talking of teeth. Did you know a saints supporter invented the toothbrush don't you? Otherwise it would have been called a teethbrush.
If it were invented by a pompey supporter it would have been called a gumbrush ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Talking of teeth. Did you know a saints supporter invented the toothbrush don't you? Otherwise it would have been called a teethbrush.[/p][/quote]If it were invented by a pompey supporter it would have been called a gumbrush ;-) JGSaint
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7:45pm Sun 26 Sep 10

The Foot Soldier says...

Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not.
Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though. The Foot Soldier
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7:48pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

The Foot Soldier wrote:
Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Did you walk home? :O)
[quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Did you walk home? :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:53pm Sun 26 Sep 10

AFCB1970 says...

hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday.
hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday. AFCB1970
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7:57pm Sun 26 Sep 10

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bada Bing wrote:
Thats poor grammar not poor spelling
Thats wrong, that's or that is, Correct.
Pedant.
[quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling[/p][/quote]Thats wrong, that's or that is, Correct. Pedant. OSPREYSAINT
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8:09pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

Aint you gone to bed yet your sister's been in for two hours. Believe me i know, i saw the R.S.P.C.A. van drop her off!!
Aint you gone to bed yet your sister's been in for two hours. Believe me i know, i saw the R.S.P.C.A. van drop her off!! hedge end bob
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8:09pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

AFCB1970 wrote:
hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday.
MacDonald's or Costa Coffee
[quote][p][bold]AFCB1970[/bold] wrote: hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday.[/p][/quote]MacDonald's or Costa Coffee Gossie.
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8:10pm Sun 26 Sep 10

JGSaint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Bada Bing wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling
Thats wrong, that's or that is, Correct. Pedant.
wears the dikshunery gon? ;-)
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bada Bing[/bold] wrote: Thats poor grammar not poor spelling[/p][/quote]Thats wrong, that's or that is, Correct. Pedant.[/p][/quote]wears the dikshunery gon? ;-) JGSaint
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8:14pm Sun 26 Sep 10

AFCB1970 says...

well what a helpfull lot you are.
well what a helpfull lot you are. AFCB1970
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8:14pm Sun 26 Sep 10

travelling saint says...

Hopefully our season starts now, we have given every body a head start and now its time 2 play catch up !! lets hope we dont drop silly points and we get into an automatic promotion spot !!!! come on saints onwards and upwards....
Hopefully our season starts now, we have given every body a head start and now its time 2 play catch up !! lets hope we dont drop silly points and we get into an automatic promotion spot !!!! come on saints onwards and upwards.... travelling saint
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8:19pm Sun 26 Sep 10

travelling saint says...

Gossie. wrote:
AFCB1970 wrote:
hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday.
MacDonald's or Costa Coffee
Take no notice of him, he`s a skate in a wheelchair, he`s got nothing else to do !
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AFCB1970[/bold] wrote: hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday.[/p][/quote]MacDonald's or Costa Coffee[/p][/quote]Take no notice of him, he`s a skate in a wheelchair, he`s got nothing else to do ! travelling saint
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8:19pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bronson69 says...

I would reccomend the box in st marys street or the london arms in oxford street . Both pubs have really friendly punters i hear
I would reccomend the box in st marys street or the london arms in oxford street . Both pubs have really friendly punters i hear Bronson69
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8:21pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

AFCB1970 wrote:
well what a helpfull lot you are.
Head for the Bargate...loads of bars that decent away fans can chill with a beer...a word of warning...they don't allow flip-flops! :O)
[quote][p][bold]AFCB1970[/bold] wrote: well what a helpfull lot you are.[/p][/quote]Head for the Bargate...loads of bars that decent away fans can chill with a beer...a word of warning...they don't allow flip-flops! :O) Baddesley Bill
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8:22pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

The Foot Soldier wrote:
Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
[quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan. hedge end bob
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8:27pm Sun 26 Sep 10

AFCB1970 says...

cheers guys look forward to a great game on saturday.and just for the record,i know some dick head cherries fans have been bad mouthing saints.believe me we have nothing against you boys what so ever.and on a personal note im looking forward to watching a away game in a quality stadium for once.with good vocal home support with some banter.
cheers guys look forward to a great game on saturday.and just for the record,i know some dick head cherries fans have been bad mouthing saints.believe me we have nothing against you boys what so ever.and on a personal note im looking forward to watching a away game in a quality stadium for once.with good vocal home support with some banter. AFCB1970
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8:34pm Sun 26 Sep 10

seedhouse says...

hedge end bob wrote:
Aint you gone to bed yet your sister's been in for two hours. Believe me i know, i saw the R.S.P.C.A. van drop her off!!
Quality!
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: Aint you gone to bed yet your sister's been in for two hours. Believe me i know, i saw the R.S.P.C.A. van drop her off!![/p][/quote]Quality! seedhouse
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8:35pm Sun 26 Sep 10

seedhouse says...

Bronson69 wrote:
I would reccomend the box in st marys street or the london arms in oxford street . Both pubs have really friendly punters i hear
More quality!
[quote][p][bold]Bronson69[/bold] wrote: I would reccomend the box in st marys street or the london arms in oxford street . Both pubs have really friendly punters i hear[/p][/quote]More quality! seedhouse
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8:47pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
Well said Senior Bob, he's just a WUM from the dark side of Hampshire. He wouldn't know a football even if it bounced of his head.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]Well said Senior Bob, he's just a WUM from the dark side of Hampshire. He wouldn't know a football even if it bounced of his head. Gossie.
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8:49pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

travelling saint wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
AFCB1970 wrote: hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday.
MacDonald's or Costa Coffee
Take no notice of him, he`s a skate in a wheelchair, he`s got nothing else to do !
Ah, it's the three wheeled taxi driver who supports on the cheap. Your mum still howling on the moors
[quote][p][bold]travelling saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AFCB1970[/bold] wrote: hello to all you saints fans.well done on a good result at sheff wed.i hope you get a good result at yeovil on tuesday night.please can you tell me cherries fans can go for a drink in southampton before the game on saturday.[/p][/quote]MacDonald's or Costa Coffee[/p][/quote]Take no notice of him, he`s a skate in a wheelchair, he`s got nothing else to do ![/p][/quote]Ah, it's the three wheeled taxi driver who supports on the cheap. Your mum still howling on the moors Gossie.
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8:53pm Sun 26 Sep 10

The Foot Soldier says...

hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment. The Foot Soldier
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8:55pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

The Foot Soldier wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
never 'erd of ya !
[quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.[/p][/quote]never 'erd of ya ! slugger
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8:55pm Sun 26 Sep 10

The Foot Soldier says...

Gossie. wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
Well said Senior Bob, he's just a WUM from the dark side of Hampshire. He wouldn't know a football even if it bounced of his head.
And low and behold heres an example for you Bob. Pathetic.
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]Well said Senior Bob, he's just a WUM from the dark side of Hampshire. He wouldn't know a football even if it bounced of his head.[/p][/quote]And low and behold heres an example for you Bob. Pathetic. The Foot Soldier
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8:57pm Sun 26 Sep 10

hedge end bob says...

THANKS FOOTIE, now i can go to bed with my coco and sleep sound.
THANKS FOOTIE, now i can go to bed with my coco and sleep sound. hedge end bob
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8:58pm Sun 26 Sep 10

slugger says...

i'm off before i get intimidated.....nigh
t night
i'm off before i get intimidated.....nigh t night slugger
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8:59pm Sun 26 Sep 10

The Foot Soldier says...

slugger wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
never 'erd of ya !
Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.[/p][/quote]never 'erd of ya ![/p][/quote]Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club. The Foot Soldier
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9:09pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

The Foot Soldier wrote:
slugger wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
never 'erd of ya !
Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.
How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble.
You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up.
Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers.
[quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.[/p][/quote]never 'erd of ya ![/p][/quote]Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.[/p][/quote]How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble. You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up. Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers. Gossie.
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9:10pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

The Foot Soldier wrote:
slugger wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
never 'erd of ya !
Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.
Tell you what...I have a harmless challenge for you. How about you just support your team and quit with the slagging. Let's see how you get on....I won't hold me breath! :O)
[quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.[/p][/quote]never 'erd of ya ![/p][/quote]Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.[/p][/quote]Tell you what...I have a harmless challenge for you. How about you just support your team and quit with the slagging. Let's see how you get on....I won't hold me breath! :O) Baddesley Bill
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9:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Bronson69 says...

seedhouse wrote:
Bronson69 wrote:
I would reccomend the box in st marys street or the london arms in oxford street . Both pubs have really friendly punters i hear
More quality!
Thanks ! We aim to please

:)
[quote][p][bold]seedhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bronson69[/bold] wrote: I would reccomend the box in st marys street or the london arms in oxford street . Both pubs have really friendly punters i hear[/p][/quote]More quality![/p][/quote]Thanks ! We aim to please :) Bronson69
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9:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

The Foot Soldier says...

Gossie. wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
slugger wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
never 'erd of ya !
Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.
How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble. You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up. Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers.
I have been in the Middle East for the past 6 months mate. Think you have the wrong person here. See its just the detritus left, your welcolme to the deserted board you have caused. Mug.
[quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.[/p][/quote]never 'erd of ya ![/p][/quote]Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.[/p][/quote]How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble. You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up. Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers.[/p][/quote]I have been in the Middle East for the past 6 months mate. Think you have the wrong person here. See its just the detritus left, your welcolme to the deserted board you have caused. Mug. The Foot Soldier
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9:19pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

The Foot Soldier wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
slugger wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
never 'erd of ya !
Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.
How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble. You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up. Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers.
I have been in the Middle East for the past 6 months mate. Think you have the wrong person here. See its just the detritus left, your welcolme to the deserted board you have caused. Mug.
Evenin Legend/Cult/Sluggar (spelt with an "a")....yawn
[quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.[/p][/quote]never 'erd of ya ![/p][/quote]Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.[/p][/quote]How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble. You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up. Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers.[/p][/quote]I have been in the Middle East for the past 6 months mate. Think you have the wrong person here. See its just the detritus left, your welcolme to the deserted board you have caused. Mug.[/p][/quote]Evenin Legend/Cult/Sluggar (spelt with an "a")....yawn Baddesley Bill
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9:23pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Gossie. says...

The Foot Soldier wrote:
Gossie. wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
slugger wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
The Foot Soldier wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.
Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.
I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.
never 'erd of ya !
Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.
How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble. You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up. Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers.
I have been in the Middle East for the past 6 months mate. Think you have the wrong person here. See its just the detritus left, your welcolme to the deserted board you have caused. Mug.
Don't think so mate, If you have been overseas and this is the first time you have been on the site for 6 months, then you won't know my username, as I only changed it 6 weeks ago.
Thank you and bye bye
[quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gossie.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Foot Soldier[/bold] wrote: Just returned back and looks like the circus is still in town on this bored. Was hoping the losers on here would found something else to distract them but obviously not. Anyway heres hoping there are still some proper saints fans on here under the age of 60. Good result yesterday, lets not get carried away though.[/p][/quote]Hang on FOOT SOLDIER, i'm sixty seven and i enjoyed the game at sheffield. I drove myself and three others up there, made more noise than most around us and was back in home by nine o'clock. Today i have printed off four routes to huddersfield, notts county, exeter and peterborough. I HAVE A SEASON TICKET and been to both the cup games this year. Please tell me what i must do to become a proper saints fan.[/p][/quote]I'm sure you are Bob, I was referring to the detritus on here that are just here to bring people down and bully. Its a shame having been away for 6 months and they are still present. Anyway good on you Bob, thats commitment.[/p][/quote]never 'erd of ya ![/p][/quote]Seem to remember you posting the same dribble when I was last on. What have you achieved in that 8 months? Your intelligence clearly hasn't improved. Why don't you go back to your swamp. Last time I checked this was for fans talking about saints football club.[/p][/quote]How many names have you had now. I seem to remember you were on just the other night causing trouble. You are fun though, it's nice having when you wums think you can wind us all up. Love to know how many games you have been to over the last 10 years. Bet we could count them on our little fingers.[/p][/quote]I have been in the Middle East for the past 6 months mate. Think you have the wrong person here. See its just the detritus left, your welcolme to the deserted board you have caused. Mug.[/p][/quote]Don't think so mate, If you have been overseas and this is the first time you have been on the site for 6 months, then you won't know my username, as I only changed it 6 weeks ago. Thank you and bye bye Gossie.
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10:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Excluding our little WUM friend....it's been quite a weekend. There's no reason why we can't make the next week a telling one. I can't wait till Saturday...pint at the Station, march to SMS...up the table....and to infinity and beyond!!!!!! :O)
Excluding our little WUM friend....it's been quite a weekend. There's no reason why we can't make the next week a telling one. I can't wait till Saturday...pint at the Station, march to SMS...up the table....and to infinity and beyond!!!!!! :O) Baddesley Bill
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5:18am Mon 27 Sep 10

Moods says...

Get in there saints!!! Im afraid I was one of the ones who was questioning Nigels appointment at the start but I seen all his interviews so far and Ive gotta say I really like the guy, the boys look like they do too.
Good on ya NC great appointment!!
Get in there saints!!! Im afraid I was one of the ones who was questioning Nigels appointment at the start but I seen all his interviews so far and Ive gotta say I really like the guy, the boys look like they do too. Good on ya NC great appointment!! Moods
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6:37am Mon 27 Sep 10

puppy saint says...

Moods wrote:
Get in there saints!!! Im afraid I was one of the ones who was questioning Nigels appointment at the start but I seen all his interviews so far and Ive gotta say I really like the guy, the boys look like they do too.
Good on ya NC great appointment!!
Moods, fair play to for your honesty. You could see the team working for each other on Saturday. The players are definitely responding to Adkins and his methods. The celebrations at the end said it all! Yeovil and The Cherries next, 6 points would do us no harm whatsoever.
[quote][p][bold]Moods[/bold] wrote: Get in there saints!!! Im afraid I was one of the ones who was questioning Nigels appointment at the start but I seen all his interviews so far and Ive gotta say I really like the guy, the boys look like they do too. Good on ya NC great appointment!![/p][/quote]Moods, fair play to for your honesty. You could see the team working for each other on Saturday. The players are definitely responding to Adkins and his methods. The celebrations at the end said it all! Yeovil and The Cherries next, 6 points would do us no harm whatsoever. puppy saint
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8:01am Mon 27 Sep 10

St.Yorkie says...

AFCB1970 wrote:
well what a helpfull lot you are.
Most bars in Southampton will accept fans mixing...there are a few not recommended.
Most Saints fans are a friendly bunch before the game - sometimes there are a few idiots around afterwards depending on the score!
Have a good day in our fair City - not too good you'll understand as the Markus Liebherr Express has left Platform 1 bound for The Championship after a bit of engine trouble!
October and Cherries ripe for the picking - and there was me thinking it wwas a summer fruit!
[quote][p][bold]AFCB1970[/bold] wrote: well what a helpfull lot you are.[/p][/quote]Most bars in Southampton will accept fans mixing...there are a few not recommended. Most Saints fans are a friendly bunch before the game - sometimes there are a few idiots around afterwards depending on the score! Have a good day in our fair City - not too good you'll understand as the Markus Liebherr Express has left Platform 1 bound for The Championship after a bit of engine trouble! October and Cherries ripe for the picking - and there was me thinking it wwas a summer fruit! St.Yorkie
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8:20am Mon 27 Sep 10

franiow says...

Back to work after a week off so no more daytime annoying you or imparting wisdom (delete as necessary). COYR
Back to work after a week off so no more daytime annoying you or imparting wisdom (delete as necessary). COYR franiow
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9:49am Mon 27 Sep 10

Piston_Broke says...

hedge end bob wrote:
franiow wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.
franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!!
Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved)
Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable)
Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won)
Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!).
Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup.
UTCIAD.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.[/p][/quote]franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!![/p][/quote]Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved) Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable) Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won) Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!). Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup. UTCIAD. Piston_Broke
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4:18pm Mon 27 Sep 10

RedArmy1 says...

Piston_Broke wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
franiow wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.
franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!!
Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved)
Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable)
Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won)
Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!).
Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup.
UTCIAD.
All Saints Supporters are looking forward to the Battle with Bournemouth this Saturday.

Lots of enjoyment at the pubs before the game - Bridge and Chapel.


No opposition should and is ever to be underestimated - especially one from down the road desperate for the win.

(Bit like Brighton last Season)


Let's have a full house at St Mary's and a game worthy of the event and Saints to win.

Red Army. COYR
[quote][p][bold]Piston_Broke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.[/p][/quote]franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!![/p][/quote]Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved) Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable) Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won) Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!). Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup. UTCIAD.[/p][/quote]All Saints Supporters are looking forward to the Battle with Bournemouth this Saturday. Lots of enjoyment at the pubs before the game - Bridge and Chapel. No opposition should and is ever to be underestimated - especially one from down the road desperate for the win. (Bit like Brighton last Season) Let's have a full house at St Mary's and a game worthy of the event and Saints to win. Red Army. COYR RedArmy1
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5:31pm Mon 27 Sep 10

Bungy53 says...

Piston_Broke wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
franiow wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.
franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!!
Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved) Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable) Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won) Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!). Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup. UTCIAD.
My dear old Piston, we can all cite the games that we loose or draw and state what you have--our previous run of games so far this season are testomy to that, when Saints have had all the play, been on top and then lost.
Fair play to Cherries so far this season they have done well, rest assured, under our new manager your lot will definitely not be under-estimated on Saturday.
Our lack of results so far this season, in my opinion, have been down to our opponents having sussed-out our play from last season and simply predicted what we would do.
It will be a great game at the week-end and should be a near capacity crowd, you will see what real support is like in a decent stadium.
My boss, a Cherries supporter, could not get a ticket, so it would appear you'll be filling up the Northam corner like you did in the cup game previously when there were 4000+ reported to be at the game.
It should be a great atomosphere and I believe you Cherries will find a totally different side to the one that beat them last time and I'm optimistic that the score line will be similiar even taking into account your sides improving performances so far this season.
[quote][p][bold]Piston_Broke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.[/p][/quote]franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!![/p][/quote]Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved) Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable) Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won) Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!). Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup. UTCIAD.[/p][/quote]My dear old Piston, we can all cite the games that we loose or draw and state what you have--our previous run of games so far this season are testomy to that, when Saints have had all the play, been on top and then lost. Fair play to Cherries so far this season they have done well, rest assured, under our new manager your lot will definitely not be under-estimated on Saturday. Our lack of results so far this season, in my opinion, have been down to our opponents having sussed-out our play from last season and simply predicted what we would do. It will be a great game at the week-end and should be a near capacity crowd, you will see what real support is like in a decent stadium. My boss, a Cherries supporter, could not get a ticket, so it would appear you'll be filling up the Northam corner like you did in the cup game previously when there were 4000+ reported to be at the game. It should be a great atomosphere and I believe you Cherries will find a totally different side to the one that beat them last time and I'm optimistic that the score line will be similiar even taking into account your sides improving performances so far this season. Bungy53
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7:11pm Mon 27 Sep 10

Harleysaint says...

Bungy53 wrote:
Piston_Broke wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
franiow wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.
franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!!
Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved) Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable) Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won) Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!). Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup. UTCIAD.
My dear old Piston, we can all cite the games that we loose or draw and state what you have--our previous run of games so far this season are testomy to that, when Saints have had all the play, been on top and then lost. Fair play to Cherries so far this season they have done well, rest assured, under our new manager your lot will definitely not be under-estimated on Saturday. Our lack of results so far this season, in my opinion, have been down to our opponents having sussed-out our play from last season and simply predicted what we would do. It will be a great game at the week-end and should be a near capacity crowd, you will see what real support is like in a decent stadium. My boss, a Cherries supporter, could not get a ticket, so it would appear you'll be filling up the Northam corner like you did in the cup game previously when there were 4000+ reported to be at the game. It should be a great atomosphere and I believe you Cherries will find a totally different side to the one that beat them last time and I'm optimistic that the score line will be similiar even taking into account your sides improving performances so far this season.
Quaity post without a hint of alchohol!!
So!!..will We win this league???
[quote][p][bold]Bungy53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Piston_Broke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: Apart from Bournemouth's good league position, the warning for us is their goal difference of +10. Not just winning but free scoring. That's what we used to be so COYR.[/p][/quote]franiow please look at my reply to your post on gaol difference and you will see its only +1 on the road. I think we will manage!![/p][/quote]Cherries on the road- so far played at Charlton, lost 1-0 (undeserved) Tranmere, won 3-0 (comfortable) Huddersfield, drew 2-2 (should have won) Oldham, lost 2-1 (sometimes you don't get what you deserve!). Four tough away fixtures for AFCB out of the way already, and if it wasn't for a couple of defensive lapses (at Oldham, and home to Notts County), Cherries could easily be top of this league. AFCB should not be under-estimated, and will be looking to put right the result from the League Cup. UTCIAD.[/p][/quote]My dear old Piston, we can all cite the games that we loose or draw and state what you have--our previous run of games so far this season are testomy to that, when Saints have had all the play, been on top and then lost. Fair play to Cherries so far this season they have done well, rest assured, under our new manager your lot will definitely not be under-estimated on Saturday. Our lack of results so far this season, in my opinion, have been down to our opponents having sussed-out our play from last season and simply predicted what we would do. It will be a great game at the week-end and should be a near capacity crowd, you will see what real support is like in a decent stadium. My boss, a Cherries supporter, could not get a ticket, so it would appear you'll be filling up the Northam corner like you did in the cup game previously when there were 4000+ reported to be at the game. It should be a great atomosphere and I believe you Cherries will find a totally different side to the one that beat them last time and I'm optimistic that the score line will be similiar even taking into account your sides improving performances so far this season.[/p][/quote]Quaity post without a hint of alchohol!! So!!..will We win this league??? Harleysaint
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