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    Costa Baz wrote:
    RedArmy1 wrote:
    Alty Saint wrote:
    RedArmy1 wrote:
    Off Subject :

    Where SAINTS need to strengthen to be more formidable and also increase the depth of the Squad is Goalkeeping ...

    Super Kelv - exactly that - loyal - good in the dressing room - gives his all and inspires confidence ...

    8/10

    Bart - has his fans and did well in JPT. Not cut the mustard in the Championship - but good stand in for Cup Games.

    6/10


    Tommy Forecast - deadwood and a waste of space ...

    3/10


    When you look at other Clubs - you soon realise this is an area that must improve ..

    Kelvin needs a serious contender for that Number 1 Jersey.

    RED ARMY. FIGHT FOR PREMIERSHIP GLORY.
    The transfer window is closed we have to do it with the players we have and I think they are good enough
    Alty - agree window is closed and Super Kelv will deliver ... (certainly until the end of this Season and beyond ? )

    Jus' looking ahead to how this Team can get EVEN BETTER !!!

    WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.

    RED ARMY- Red Army-RED ARMY.
    Bart was superb when he first arrived, until he did his cruciate ligament.
    He is still only 24 and has every chance of becoming a very good goalie, if given an extended run in the first team.
    Give Bart his due, he isn't on the bench but he was there on the pitch helping KD with his match preparation and seemed to be enjoying doing it, a true squad player, one of a strong back up team."
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Lee left out of Japan squad

Daily Echo: Tadanari Lee Tadanari Lee

SAINTS striker Tadanari Lee has been left out of the Japan squad for next week’s friendly against Iceland.

Coach Alberto Zaccheroni has selected an experimental group of only J.League players for the game in Osaka on Friday.

That means Europe-based stars such as Saints’ new signing Lee have been given a rest.

Zaccheroni is instead intending to use the match as a chance to look at some of Japan’s fringe players.

However, he could still call on the likes of Lee for the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan, in Toyota, on Wednesday, February 29.

How Japan's decision affects Saints - see today's Daily Echo.

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