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    Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
    I know Slugger and I can tell you he's a skate. (His brother openly admits to being born there.) I mean, would you? He says he works with skates, I bet he does! He's wormed his way on here over time and is now abusing his position to tear in to proper Saints fans like GHK and his other login ThomasUpton. He has belittled him far beyond any reasonable or acceptable level.
    sorry !
    The 2 of you are a right pair of pr1cks. Go onto the Pompey site as you frequently brag about and make yourself feel better over their demise.
    ghk I have put up with your cr@p long enough but no more, you are a cucking funt and if it was not for my scroll button i would no longer use this site ALL BECAUSE OF YOU, why can't we have an opinion without some moronic response from you moron as you seem to think you are the only person who is allowed one on this forum, you may or may not respond to this but let me assure you I wont read it.
    Fack off and grow a pair
    I agree with Folkestone Saint.. can't be arsed to us the site when ghk stuffs up every thread with rubbish. for goodness sake ignore him completely or report him to the Echo."
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Lambert treble fires Saints back to top spot

Lambert treble fires Saints back to top spot

Lambert treble fires Saints back to top spot

First published in Saints News

Rickie Lambert bagged his third hat-trick of the season to fire Saints back to the top of the Championship table.

The prolific striker scored twice in the space of ten first half minutes before rounding off a 3-0 win at Watford from the penalty spot.

With West Ham only drawing at home to Crystal Palace, the result saw Saints climb back to the league summit on a day when Birmingham also lost at home to relegation threatened Nottingham Forest.

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