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  • "
    slugger wrote:
    gordongull wrote:
    Would it actually make a difference?
    Where would the money end up?
    The Treasury?
    Portpin?
    I can't speak for others, but I would be more willing to part with my hard earned money if there was some evidence that it would go some way towards saving the club.
    Or even pay stadium staff and small creditors, but of course the rules of administration don't allow preferences of that nature.
    I'd feel happier giving my money to John Westwood than Trevor Birch.
    you're right , it would make no difference financially , but would show some kind of solidarity between decent fans .
    Nice point slug! I'm proud of u lot! But I can still sympathise with those that are dead against it.."
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Daily Echo: NIGEL ADKINS NIGEL ADKINS

Saints can turn up the heat on their promotion rivals by storming back to the top of the Championship table this weekend.

Nigel Adkins’ men are in buoyant mood after coming through a tough run of fixtures unscathed and now have the chance to leapfrog West Ham to return to the Championship summit.

Saints host Derby at St Mary’s tomorrow and, though the Rams still have an eye on a play-off spot, they are mired in mid-table and could provide ideal opponents.

With West Ham, Blackpool, Birmingham, Hull and Middlesbrough all either in FA Cup action or kicking their heels this weekend, it is the perfect chance for Saints to crank up the pressure by sticking another three points on the board.

Though the teams around them will have games in hand, with several playing in midweek while Saints have free time before travelling to Watford a week on Saturday, every manager would prefer points on the board.

For full story and more Saints v Derby preview news, don't miss today's Daily Echo.

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